Garrow: Pentagon Stopped Obama From Nuking America


Jim Garrow, the incredibly obvious fraud who claims that Obama had Andrew Breitbart, Tom Clancy and Michael Hastings killed, is now pushing his version of the “Obama was going to nuke South Carolina” story. And of course, Erik Rush is helping promote his cockamamie story.

Three individuals have just saved 300 million lives in the past 2 weeks. They saved the 90% of the population that would be dead if Bathhouse Barry had not been stopped from using 3 nuclear devices against the American populace. 2 Army Generals and 1 Navy Admiral, whose duties included the safeguarding and oversight of the nuclear arsenal. Obama ordered that 3 nukes be transported in a major breach of protocol and safety regulations of long standing. He wanted it NOW, and these officers were made aware of what the intention was. The admiral had the one Navy nuke taken 200 miles off South Carolina and detonated deep in the ocean. The other 2 nukes disappeared thanks to the handiwork of the 2 Generals, the numbers 1 and 2 men in charge of the Army ordinance. These three men are heroes of the highest order. Look up the events of 2 Generals and 1 Admiral being dismissed in the past two weeks and you will find their names. They saved your lives and the lives of 300 million of your fellow citizens.

Mr. Obama’s intention was to set off the three nukes to devastate all computer related systems on the continent thus taking America back 200 years and guaranteeing a total breakdown in society and with in one year the death of 300 million Americans. To see how this would be possible read, “One Second After”. You can get it on Amazon.

We peered over the edge of the precipice of the death of our civilization and have lived to tell the tale. 3 heroes stood tall for America and the mad man in the white house was stopped for the first time in his life. He is unsure of what to do just now and he does not possess the keys to the nuclear submarines nor the two nukes that are now hidden. For the first time in his life someone said no, meant it, and stopped him from murder and devastation. The next few days are critical. Be afraid and go to prepper sites to find out how to save your family, if you can. – Dr. Jim Garrow, Nov. 18, 2013

In the condominium complex in Casa Grande, Arizona, where I have a unit, a visit was made yesterday by a group of 4 men in a black Suburban with lots of antenna’s on the roof. The management of our large group of condo’s was asked to open the door of my unit. The badges were a combination of many different alphabet agencies including my former one. Interesting because after I posted about EMP’s and missing nukes my phone rang late in the evening and I was requested to cease and desist. My posts have been removed. I am not however repentant, nor cowed. If anything like this happens again I have instructed people to begin the release of documents and information as per prepared plans in the hands of these people. Obama is known for overplaying his hand, and now should be known far and wide as a dangerous amateur. He may have gotten Breitbart, Hastings and Clancy, but they were just writers. I hope that he enjoys the protests today in DC. – Dr. Jim Garrow, Nov. 19, 2013

Notice there isn’t even an iota of evidence offered. None at all. And I’m sure he did enjoy those protests. All 80 or 90 people pretending to be “millions.”

Comments

  1. brucemartin says

    Mr. Obama’s intention was to set off the three nukes to devastate all computer related systems on the continent thus taking America back 200 years …

    What? Because 200 years ago was so great for black people in South Carolina? Wait until Colbert hears about this!

  2. says

    Notice there isn’t even an iota of evidence offered. None at all.”

    There is. But Obama took it. Now they can only talk about the evidence they have as though it ever existed at all and wasn’t made up because for some reason they can’t be mad at any of Obama’s actual glaring problems so that leaves only lunatic conspiracy theories like this left.

  3. a_ray_in_dilbert_space says

    I wonder if it ever occurs to these jokers that embracing the absolutely idiotic makes you look like an idiot.

  4. raven says

    Jim Garrow, the incredibly obvious fraud

    Good point.

    I never believe this type of theory until the real journalists report them. You know, Alex Jones and Prisonplanet. com, Fox News, Pat Robertson, Cindy Jacobs, or Trinity Broadcasting.

  5. Randomfactor says

    That was Bush, not Obama. He’s the one with the demonstrated history of attacking the wrong country.

    Prove me wrong, Garrow.

  6. Reginald Selkirk says

    Mr. Obama’s intention was to set off the three nukes to devastate all computer related systems on the continent thus taking America back 200 years…

    This bozo doesn’t even know how long computers have been around.

  7. Melvosh says

    If anything like this happens again I have instructed people to begin the release of documents and information as per prepared plans in the hands of these people.

    Translation: None of this actually happened, but I have proof that I will only reveal if none of this happens again.

    Obama is known for overplaying his hand, and now should be known far and wide as a dangerous amateur. He may have gotten Breitbart, Hastings and Clancy, but they were just writers.

    Either he’s unbelievably incompetent, and could not have pulled off this massive conspiracy without leaving any evidence, or he’s a brilliant evil mastermind that manages to kill any and all who speak against him, not to mention run nuclear military operations at will. Pick one or the other, you can’t have both.

  8. says

    and with in one year the death of 300 million Americans

    …Three nukes and a loss of computers (and electricity?) would not be nearly enough to kill 96% of the American public in so short a time span.

  9. says

    Reginald, it always gives me a laugh when conspiracy theorists go on and on about how knocking out computers will bring the country to a grinding halt. There was much the same sort of salivating over our inevitable stone age future during the Y2K scare, despite the fact that every system they envisioned failing 1) has backups 2) and manual overrides 3) not to mention current or employees or recently retired employees who remember how they ran things before it was all computerized in the first place.

  10. Al Dente says

    The admiral had the one Navy nuke taken 200 miles off South Carolina and detonated deep in the ocean.

    Garrow has gone from wacko to stupifyingly wacko. If a nuclear weapon was detonated in the ocean then lots of people would know about it. Nuclear explosions have a distinct signature on seismographs which can be detected world-wide. People, many of them not located in the US, would start asking questions about a nuclear explosion. An explosion at sea would violate several treaties to which the US is a signatory. Plus why detonate the weapon at all? Just keep it in storage.

  11. howardhershey says

    There has been a number of firings or demotions (around 9) of high-ranking military officers recently. For a variety of reasons, including incompetence in protecting troops in Afghanistan — two Marine generals). Here is the least biased explanation related to generals/admirals involved in nuclear matters (about the only one not part of the right-wing conspiracy theory network that I could find).

    http://usnews.nbcnews.com/_news/2013/10/11/20922413-air-force-general-in-charge-of-nuclear-weapons-removed-for-lack-of-trust-defense-officials

    One admiral was dismissed in part for racially insensitive statements. To put the number of firings in perspective, the total number of active duty general officers is limited by law to 230 in the Army, 208 in the Air Force, 60 in the Marines, and 216 admirals in the Navy (adds up to 714). And sequestration and the reduction in forces as we get out of active combat in actual war zones means that there will be a reduction in the number of top level military (which is decidedly top heavy — for example, there are more admirals than ships).

    An example of a firing for disrespecting the chain of command is the firing of General McCrystal for his comments in Rolling Stone. Such firings are important because we do need the concept of civilian control to have teeth to dissuade the military from even thinking about coups.

  12. Pierce R. Butler says

    … claims that Obama had Andrew Breitbart, Tom Clancy and Michael Hastings killed…

    Yet even Garrow dares not mention the suspicious deaths of Frederik Pohl, Iain M. Banks, and Maurice Sendak!

  13. Pierce R. Butler says

    neadodson @ # 10: … current or employees or recently retired employees who remember how they ran things before it was all computerized in the first place.

    Yeah? And where are these old-timers going to get the typewriters and carbon paper they useta use?

  14. Loqi says

    It’s true! I’ve seen Garrow’s documents. Both of them. One is a Chinese takeout menu, the other is a finger painting of a dinosaur on orange construction paper. What more proof do you sheeple need!?

  15. magistramarla says

    Pierce – I still have the old manual typewriter that I took to college back in ’74.
    My hubby could keep right on working with it – whoo hoo!

  16. says

    Pierce @14 — Out of the storage closet, probably, considering that manual typewriters, ribbons, carbon & carbonless paper, pencils, pens, non-electronic scales, etc. are still being made. Manual typewriters are apparently becoming downright chic according to the New York Times; makes me wish I’d kept the Royal that put both myself and my father through college.

  17. Chiroptera says

    neadodson, #17: …makes me wish I’d kept the Royal that put both myself and my father through college.

    Heh. I don’t. If I didn’t have the capabilities of a modern computerized word processor (or actually a text editor is my real preference, but anyway), then I’d much prefer handwriting over typing on a manual typewriter.

    I also think I might remember how to use a hand-crank mimeograph machine.

  18. daved says

    Yet even Garrow dares not mention the suspicious deaths of Frederik Pohl, Iain M. Banks, and Maurice Sendak!

    Oh, no! They got to Garrow too!

  19. timpayne says

    While nuking South Carolina probably wouldn’t wipe out all American civilization, it probably would put an end to miniature golf as we know it.

  20. says

    Melvosh @8:

    Pick one or the other, you can’t have both.

    Sometimes it amazes me that people who so easily get stuck in black-xor-white thinking can conveniently achieve blackwhite thinking when it’s rhetorically convenient.

  21. twincats says

    I wonder if it ever occurs to these jokers that embracing the absolutely idiotic makes you look like an idiot.

    I doubt it; if they did, they might have to start editing their screeds to use apostrophes correctly.

    neadodson @ # 10: … current or employees or recently retired employees who remember how they ran things before it was all computerized in the first place.

    Yeah? And where are these old-timers going to get the typewriters and carbon paper they useta use?

    There’s a stockpile of teletypes, IBM Selectric III’s and reams of carbon paper housed at Cheyenne Mountain. DO NOT ask me how I know this…

  22. Nentuaby says

    Man, people have SUCH a boogeyman-like picture of EMP in their heads. Not only will it fry all the running delicate electronics EVERYWHERE, it’ll also fry the hardened electronics, and the shutdown backup hardened electronics, and the neurons in our engineers’ brains that know how to build NEW electronics… Over the 197 of Earth’s surface, no matter how limited the detonation. Yep, one nuke means back to the stone age for us all.

  23. imst says

    I love the “Bathhouse Barry” comment. Remember kids, being gay is so bad that it’s worth accusing someone of it while you’re accusing them of planning 300,000,000 murders.

  24. Lofty says

    Marketing opportinity: make some tinfoil hats for these guys to put over their computers. Bound to stop the Obamacalypse from happening.

  25. says

    So, If I get this right, our highly computerized society, which began in 1813, will be completely taken down by just 3 nuclear weapons detonated in the right places, and this will lead to the starvation of nearly every single person in the country within 1 year, because apparently farms and food stores won’t work without the computers.

  26. dogmeat says

    this will lead to the starvation of nearly every single person in the country within 1 year, because apparently farms and food stores won’t work without the computers.

    Of course! No one will be able to run the scanners at the supermarket. Not to mention the ATMs wont be able to let them pay for it. No one is prepared to go hunt currency out in the wild like our forefathers did!!!

  27. Nihilismus says

    @29 timgueguen

    And of course none of these supposedly heroic generals have gone to the press with evidence of Obama’s evil scheme.

    Not yet. The right-wing media has to build up the conspiracy first, to ensure that there is money for the generals in speaking gigs and book deals. If the conspiracy doesn’t hold the wingnuts’ interest, we’ll never hear the generals confirm it, and the right-wing media will move onto another conspiracy.

  28. keresthanatos says

    Gee guys, why ya’ll all gotta be such Debbie and Don Downers ??? I wanna be the one painting good ol General Morgans statue with the target illuminator for Bathouse Barry!!!!!!!! 11tey1111
    Wolberines et. al. Well….time to go get my meds refilled, lest I turn into a conservative Republican. Wish me luck no Obama care yet.

  29. says

    I heard they have a very cunning plan for the post-computer world.

    Obviously, once the entire Internet is blown up and they need typewriters and carbons and stuff, they’ll get them on eBay and craigslist, using their smartphones.

    What?

  30. caseloweraz says

    Mr. Obama’s intention was to set off the three nukes to devastate all computer related systems on the continent thus taking America back 200 years and guaranteeing a total breakdown in society and with in one year the death of 300 million Americans.

    Well, sure! What’s better for a black president than to destroy American society and kill nine-tenths of his countrymen, mostly in the east and midwest, and have to live with the remaining one-tenth — millions of people who hate him, including a large number of well-armed white survivalists from the intermountain states who no longer have to worry much about laws being enforced?

    To see how this would be possible read, “One Second After”. You can get it on Amazon.

    It’s not possible. Claims for the book, therefore, constitute fraud.

  31. caseloweraz says

    He may have gotten Breitbart, Hastings and Clancy, but they were just writers. I hope that he enjoys the protests today in DC. – Dr. Jim Garrow, Nov. 19, 2013

    Dammit, Jim, you’re a doctor! You don’t have to worry.

  32. dan4 says

    @35: Goodness, another sociopath who thinks it’s funny to “joke” about bombing an entire state. What the fuck is the matter with you people?

  33. dan4 says

    @40: Dugglebogey and skinnercitycyclist. They both think it’s oh-so-hilarious to “joke” about bombing South Carolina.

  34. billyeager says

    Look up the events of 2 Generals and 1 Admiral

    Last time I was told to look up an event involving 2 people and 1 other thing, I nearly lost my lunch. Nice try intertoobs, but I’m not falling for that again!

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