Updated: U.S. Navy Evacuates The Gulf, NOAA Blacks Out North America From Tsunami Warning System, Drug Cartels in Heavy Artillery Buildup at Border

Update 9:51pm CT — Research indicates problems and apparent  solutions concerning the NOAA mystery sited below.  Their cite’s information about tsunamis seemed to have a technical problem for a period of time, causing it not to appear. They updated the site at NOAA and that update resulted in a broken link. The link is now working.

It has also come to our attention that the article about The Navy is cited at Sorcha Faal’s website (h/t CanadaFreePress). This website has a reputation for publishing disinformation. After close examination, I have decided that the disinformation site took a bit of truth and added their deceptive spin. This story,  in a Costa Rican paper is translated here. So, the story is still true, the questions are still relevant, but less threatening the way they tell the story.

These events still bear scrutiny.

Let’s go down a pig path/rumor trail.

I first saw this story yesterday at WeLoveCoastaRica.com:
46 US Warships Plus 7,000 US Marines On Route To Costa Rica?

The author states:

On the 2nd July 2010 the Costa Rica Congress authorized the entry of 46 U.S. warships capable of carrying 200 helicopters and warplanes, plus 7,000 U.S. Marines “who may circulate the country in uniform without any restrictions,” plus submarine killer ships to the Costa Rican coast for “anti-narcotics operations and humanitarian missions’ between 1st July 2010 until 31st December 2010.

Then he made a few points and asked some questions that would not leave me:

1. To my knowledge at the present time, Costa Rica is not suffering from any “humanitarian” crisis.
2. The article did not make it clear what sort of “humanitarian missions” might take place.
3. The article did not mention where any “humanitarian mission” might take place.
4. Based on the truly horrific, drug crime related slaughters we have witnessed in Mexico, wouldn’t it be better conducting these kinds of heavy weapon “anti-narcotics operations” in northern Mexico?
5. With what is probably the world’s worst environmental disaster going on right now in the Gulf of Mexico, surely it would be more appropriate to conduct “humanitarian missions” in the Gulf?
6. Or, could these crucial warships and the 7,000 US Marines be fleeing from something far more dangerous that is about to happen in the Gulf of Mexico?
7. The article did not make it clear whether these vessels would be patrolling off the Pacific or Atlantic coast but either way, is it possible they are on their way to Venezuela? Either as a show of force or something more serious?
8. Does anyone know if any of these ships carry nuclear weapons?

I had shared the above post last night with my friend JeanWTPUSA and she sent me this:
U.S. Navy Evacuates Gulf

Under the guise of the “war on drugs” the U.S. Military is evacuating its ships and hardware from the Gulf of Mexico to safety off the sheltered coast of Costa Rica.

The “war on drugs” cover story is laughable being that we can’t even get that level of engagement on our border with Mexico where all the drugs come through.

The Navy is obviously worried about either poison from the methane/corexit 9500 mix or a massive methane explosion/tsunami. A tsunami fits with the NOAA blackout of the U.S. tsunami warning system [see above update]. It also explains why BP is not actively cleaning up the oil on the beaches. Why clean them up if they are going to be gone.

Pacific Tsunami Warning System (see above update)

Video put up July 4th, 2010

Then I get an email alert from my subscription to my good friend, Anthony G. Martin, The Conservative Examiner. Anthony has written an article titled: Invasion! Mexican Drug Cartels in Heavy Artillery Buildup at Border.

New information concerning the growing problem along the southern border may indicate that an invasion of the U.S. is imminent by Mexican drug cartels.

Anthony G. Martin quotes one source as saying:

“I truly believe many extremists are already within our borders and it’s a matter of when and time, they attack. You can keep your heads in the sand as long as you like, but this country is being set up for an attack, and this O’bama [sic] Administration could care less about it’s southern borders. Politics has taken the place of truth. These pictures are worth a thousand words and all who wish to stay blind to what’s coming to our country and what is already here, may God have mercy on our souls. Arrogance and denial doesn’t affect only our leaders. Americans have much of both.”

See for yourself. There are more pictures and much more information in Anthony’s Article

Now wasn’t this on of the questions Scott Oliver asked? Oh yes!

4. Based on the truly horrific, drug crime related slaughters we have witnessed in Mexico, wouldn’t it be better conducting these kinds of heavy weapon “anti-narcotics operations” in northern Mexico?

Last but not least, Jim O’Neil Asks: Is The Oil Spill Staged?

Let me say up front that, personally, I don’t believe that the oil spill disaster was staged (although I believe that much of the clean-up may well be). So why do I bring up the possibility? Because we are being lied to by both the federal government and BP, and at this point all possible explanations for the oil spill need to remain on the table.

Of special note in Jim’s article is the question asked about the CIA being to ones spraying the toxic dispersant.

Add to this a media blackout

Let me know if I am off base here. I ask the question: Is the Obama Administration totally incompetent or are they that evil? Based on what I have seen so far, I have no reason to trust Obama and his cabal of crooks. He has not told the American people the truth. He was elected on lies and continues to deceive.

I am frightened and concerned. I am speaking out. Hell, I am starting to scream! Watch for a letter coming out later tonight titled: Governors Jindal, Barbour, Crist, Riley, and Perry: I CALL YOU OUT.


  1. Hi,

    Just wanted to comment on the NOAA Tsunami Activity site. When you clicked on the mainland of the United States, the error message came up. But did you try clicking on the Gulf of Mexico area? If so, did you get the same warning?

    Maybe this is nothing, but it could be that when you click on the center of mainland anywhere you might get no tsunami warning because a tsunami could not go that far inland. Just a thought. I’ll go see if I can find that site myself and try it.


    Pastor C. Covert

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