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Monday, September 19, 2011

What Will Happen To The Elites Once Their Rule Is Over?

Well, they're not working for us, are they.....
Who knows where their recent mystery holidays have been taken? Underground somewhere?


By some estimates 60,000 people died when the underground cities at Denver and Washington were nuked three weeks ago. As Me says in comments, if that's true, has anyone noticed any of them not return home yet?

In the Fulford interview with David Wilcock, which appeared anonymously in comments today, he is asked what will happen next when the 'White Hats' and the 'White Dragon' moves in on the elites after frustrating all their plans to fry the world's population on the surface while they luxuriate below ground. This was his reply -

MASS ARRESTS

The official bankruptcy announcement, and the potential shock of widespread bridge and runway detonations, will be immediately followed by mass arrests.

This will include key staff from all three branches of government: senators, congressmen, judges and executives.

It will also include top military brass, top intelligence personnel, defense contractors, top media moguls, corporate executives, Federal Reserve Board staff, top financiers and “too big to fail” financial entities, et cetera.

Fulford has said that the Pentagon may now house these people, at least temporarily, in the very same “detention camps” they had originally planned on using against American citizens.

Karma’s a bitch.


TRYING TO FIND A HIDING PLACE

Everyone on this list is scrambling for a place to hide. The bases near Washington DC and Denver were both quite popular due to their convenient locations.

Most of the top people had comfy, personalized living spaces already set up in these locations – with their own memorabilia, keepsakes and nostalgic items.

Many of these people have also moved their personal belongings to purported safety zones in South America – and only have a minimum number of items left in their own homes in the US.


ESCAPE FLIGHTS

I am told the cabal members have near-instant escape flights planned. The pilots and aircraft are now on 24-hour notice.

Most of these pilots will probably defect.

I also have very good intel that the personnel staffing these safety zones have already agreed to turn on them as soon as they arrive.

Pilots who do not defect are undoubtedly in mortal peril if they attempt to complete these flights.

Fulford also said the South American countries themselves have now agreed to infiltrate and disrupt these zones – and their incoming flights.


A MILLION DISPOSSESSED SOULS

Fulford has talked at length about how the number of insiders who are fearing for their lives is about a million people.

They have been scrambling around the world trying to beg, borrow or steal any land where they could have sanctuary.

They have used earthquake and weather weapons to punish countries who denied them access. This includes the Christchurch quake in New Zealand after the cabal was denied use of their lush, southernmost mega-island.

North Korea is the first country that is even considering helping them, and this development has only occurred very recently.

Kim Jong-Il will only help them if they promise to help him regain control of South Korea. This entire plan is very unlikely to succeed.

And now, back to the recorded interview.]

22 comments:

georgesilver said...

This Fulford stuff is so hilarious. So 60,000 people were "nuked" underground. As you say "has anyone missed them"? So if the answer is no then they couldn't be very important. So what were 60,000 unimportant people doing underground in a supposedly secret, secure city?
White Hats and White Dragons. I think he must be getting his inspiration from Marvel comics or Alice in Wonderland
Dear Tapestry isn't it about time you stopped putting this deranged fiction onto your site.

Your stuff on the Bank of England and 911 got me following your site but now I'm really beginning to wonder.

Anonymous said...

As a follower for some time and go along with the Rothchild Satanic cult stuff on your blog, I agree with this guy about Fulford. You need to drop him as its absolute rubbish (Merkel Hitler's daughter: give me a break) and Iam beginning to worry that you've really been taken in by this nutter (whoever he is).

Stick to the rothchild/illminati/Satanic conspiracy

Scott

Tapestry said...

As you see, I don't headline the 60,000 numbers killed as that is as yet not proven. I take encouragement from Gordon Logan who thinks that there must be some substance in Fulford's output. He correctly predicted the Japanese earthquake in 2010 and brought HAARP and weather warfare to the world's attention. He also exposed Heizo Takenaka. You can't tackle this subject by ignoring good evidence.

The underground explosion definitely happened as multiple sources indicate. It would make sense that there were casualties. The only question is how many. It could have been 60000 or 6. I wouldn't know. But nil seems unlikely.

It doesn't matter what the name is of the people causing the explosions. They can call themselves the pink spotted bay city rollers, for all I care. As it happens, they are referred to currently as the White Hats, the inside people from The Pentagon and the CIA who want a change of direction.

They know that the elites fired a missile into the Pentagon killing 50 people on 911. That can't be too good for loyalty, can it?

The Asian secret societies who are working to stop the Rothschilds are called The White Dragon Society. What a shame they aren't called something less Harry Potter!

Fulford is a serious source, but he obviously is firing up against the Rothschilds and is excitable. All sources have to be treated with scepticism. A few months ago I was very doubtful about Fulford being legit, but as time goes by, events are moving more closely top his predictions, not less.

It is not possible to explore a new topic you don't know anything about, from scratch, without delving into unknowable aspects. If you want a safe manicured version of events, watch the BBC news. That really is bollocks!

Me said...

Before you ditch Fulford you must concede that at least some of what he says is true. We just don't know to what extent all he says is true.

For example, what Fulford said about the nuclear detonations - though incredible - might actually be accurate. The evidence is the officially available seismograph.

Here's the seismograph for the North Korean nuclear detonation
http://blogs.physicstoday.org/politics/2009/05/what-we-know-about-north-korea.html

Here's the seismograph for the Washington earthquake.

http://www.iris.edu/hq/files/programs/education_and_outreach/retm/tm_110823_virginia/082311CBNStation.jpg

or here

http://www.wlu.edu/x55272.xml

It lacks a primary wave. It looks just like the North Korean detonation.

I conclude from this that you can't dismiss everything Fulford says. That said, one may be skeptical about all claims he makes and raise legitimate questions and ask for evidence.

georgesilver said...

Ok if some of Fulford's stuff is legit and he "knows" a few of the "in crowd". Then he must be able to supply an actual release of cast-iron information that we can all check and is not all fluffy and subject to interpretation.

Earthquakes are happening several times a day and are natural. HAARP if it is really a weapon and if it is the reason they are building underground cities is a lot easier to knock-out as it's a whacking great expanse of aerials.

Until he predicts before hand an event like the statue of Liberty or Eiffel Tower being destroyed then I will take his stories as 95% unsafe.

Proof is with the teller not the listener.

georgesilver said...

Sorry about this by I like to follow logic and not jump to conclusions.
I just noticed the sideline which said "Scientists Confirm Fulford's Story Of Nuclear Attack On Washington's Underground Sanctuary". So I went through this again and I'm probably not reading it carefully enough but I can't find where it says the above assertion is true or confirmed. I can see something about a possible nuclear explosion but to link this to underground cities etc. is stretching things. I also took the time to look up the paper from Aquino and although it looks impressive with lots of maths it does bang on about anti-gravity and lifting large objects effortlessly. Now lots of people have supposed to have produced ant-gravity machines but I can honestly say I have never seen any real proof that this can be done So I would treat
Fran De Aquino as a nice dreamer of theories but nothing proven or working.

Don't you just love people like me.

Me said...

Another thing to remember is Fulford and his handlers might think it a good tactic to create a climate of suspicion and mistrust among the elite talking up imminent mass arrests.

If those within the elite can be convinced that this is true, that the end of the globalist regime is imminent this will increase defections and reduce the rate at which they gain new henchmen.

This is an infowar.

Me said...

// I also took the time to look up the paper from Aquino and although it looks impressive with lots of maths it does bang on about anti-gravity and lifting large objects effortlessly//

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6wJYce3I8OE

Don't know if it's fake or not... just providing the video,

Anonymous said...

"He correctly predicted the Japanese earthquake in 2010 and brought HAARP" (did you mean 2011)

Are you aware of the Italian Raffaele Bendandi (http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/europe/spain/8509135/Spain-earthquake-Was-Raffaele-Bendandi-correct.html) who also predicted the Japanese 2011 earthquake. He based it on sun spot activity and also predicted one in Italy on MAy 11 2011, which happened in Spain on same day. He also predicts another in Japan in 2012. If his predictions are right and sunspot activity is the main cause of earthquakes then I think the claim that HAARP is the cause doesn't add up.

Rudolf Steiner, one of the greatest Seers of the 20th century, said that there would be an increase in the incidence of earthquakes before the big global catastrophes. Its not HAARP causing this increase but sun activity.

Scott

Me said...

Anonymous, are you happy with the notion earthquakes may have more than one cause? sunspots. glacial rebound. magma movements. haarp. it would follow that earthquakes could have more than one cause. A haarp user or nuclear bomb detonator could also disguise their activity by timing the attack with a solar flare.


Getting distracted now...

This is a good video with only 700 views

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TIqIT9avewU&feature=related

Anonymous said...

Me,
I'm open to all possibilites. I don't doubt that they've invented Harrp or something that can induce an earthquakte(Churchil was toying with the idea of using a sunami bomb in WW2).

Of course if They (who are we talking about here by the way) are that clever they could sneak a few of their own targeted earthquakes amonst the natural ones.

What I wanted to say is that if the earthquakes claimed by haarp and Fulford are the sames ones as this 1920s amateur seismologist predicted based on sun activity, then it discredits Fulford. If I had the time I would collate this Ialian's predictions, then Tap or someone else could cross check them with haarp claims.

If you know good link to this Italians work please post.
Scott

Tapestry said...

You can't expect to absorb complicated scientific subjects from reading short blogposts alone.

The scientific source confirming the earthquake-causing explosions were nuclear is via presscore as is to be found here on The Tap, as referred to me by G Logan.

The evidence for anti-gravity devices goes back to WW2 when the Germans were building flying saucers in Czechoslovakia. They were hushed up for morale reasons.

You build a saucer shaped machine with a 'pipe' round the edge, which you freeze down to absolute zero, where resistance falls to zero. This means the liquid inside the circular 'pipe' can be accelerated to the speed of light, where gravity is eliminated. Look up 'how to make your own flying saucer' on youtube or on here.

Fulford predicted an earthquake attack on a Japanese nuclear facility in 2010, not 2011, which was one of the first known HAARP attacks. The evidence for this is all over the place. Obviously it sounds unlikely when you first hear about such things, but tell a man in 1800 that within a hundred years, horses will be replaced by machines, and he would have laughed you all the way out of the house.

The fact that you doubt such things is entirely natural. But is not really very helpful to the discussion. We need to wise up and realise that the elites have access to advanced technologies which we don't know about, and which they are prepared to use to terrify us - as with the flying 'balls' on 911, and the energy beams which powdered the steel in the Twin Towers.

Thousands of scientific advances have been shelved (hidden) by the elites for over a hundred years, starting with Tesla's knowledge about electricity, and going on from there.

The biggest threat we face is the ability of HAARP to render the magnetosphere inoperable. This protects us from solar events, and stops us all from being fried alive, by sidetracking the sun's flares away from the earth's surface.

If a major eruption of solar flares occurs coming in our direction, and the magnetosphere is disabled, as predicted could happen in Spring 2013, that is why the underground cities are being built.

The elites would all survive while 99% of the earth's population would die. These are not purely academic situations. Don't you realise? There's a war on.

wasp said...

IF YOU LOOK AT THE SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE, THEN THE DENVER EARTH QUAKE WASN'T, A QUAKE BUT A NUCLEAR DETONATION, JUST LOOK AT THE TRACE. ONE MASSIVE WAVE FRONT WITHOUT THE CHARACTERISTIC, SMALLER 'S' TRACE.
IF YOU RESEARCH, FULFORD'S CLAIM THAT MERKEL IS HITLERS, DAUGHTER, THERE IS MUCH EVIDENCE TO PROVE HE IS CORRECT.
I SAID A LONG TIME AGO THAT, HAARP WAS CAPABLE OF PRODUCING TECTONIC PLATE SLIP. ON THIS SITE & SEVERAL OTHER. I WAS DISMISSED ON MANY AS A 'NUT'. IF YOU CONSIDER THAT ALL MATTER IS IN A STATE OF VIBRATION, THEN IT WILL HAVE A CHARACTERISTIC FREQUENCY. CONSIDER A SINGER HITTING THE SAME FREQUENCY AS A WINE GLASS HELD AT A DISTANCE FROM HIM, & THE WINGLASS WILL SHATTER. I WILL LEAVE YOU TO WORK THE REST OUT. THERE IS MUCH INFORMATION RELATING TO ALL THESE SUBJECTS, INCLUDING THOSE MANY PEOPLE ARE NOT WILLING TO ACCEPT e.g. HITLER, STALIN, MARX & TROTSKY WERE BRITISH AGENTS. HITLER STALIN & CHURCHILL WERE ALSO SECOND COUSINS. CHECK IT OUT. TRUTH IS STRANGER THAN FICTION. I AM SURE FULFORD, GORDON LOGAN, KNOW WHAT THEY ARE TALKING ABOUT. ONE FURTHER FACT, FULFORD'S GRAND FATHER, WAS THE FIRST CASUALTY OF AN AUTMOBILE ACCIDENT IN CANADA, HAVING BEEN A PARTNER OF ROCKEFELLER.HE WAS ELIMINATED

REGARDS ....... WASP

Anonymous said...

Hi Tap! Those Georgesilver and Me are disinfo agents from CIA or NSA (Itanimulli). I saw all their comments. I am 110% sure. I know those disinfo angets are really annoying. They are messing up every blog site. How much are you getting as a disinfo agent, Georgesilver and Me?

Even today CNN video "Newly Liberated Libya" looks really FAKE! All the trained military actors were acting really well on that video. CNN is a quite good Propaganda movie production company! In that CNN video, you can find an agent with a green cowboy hat, named Mohamed Ramadan appeared at 2:20, 2:30 and 2:40. He spoke good English as an actor agent pretending he was a Libyan militant. I found Mohamed Ramadan on Facebook. He belongs to Star Academy 7. Even he has his fun club. No wonder, he acted so well on CNN "Newly Liberated in Libya".
http://www.cnn.com/2011/09/19/world/africa/libya-war/index.html

Tapestry said...

I would be surprised if Me was a disinfo agent. He/she/it has fed this site many times with good material.
But who knows?
Does it matter?
This feels more like info war today, I have to say, with so many trying to debunk each other. As you say, the disinfo agents are out there operating on most sites, so why not here?

I notice we don't hear from Derek any more. He supplied lots of very good links a year ago, but has since disappeared. He once mentioned he felt vulnerable. He said he had been warned, and was feeling depressed. He knew a load of stuff, and said he was being watched. Are you still around, mate? maybe he's changed his ID.

The general rule is never trust anyone you meet online as it is, unless they have other ID you can check out.

Me said...

//What I wanted to say is that if the earthquakes claimed by haarp and Fulford are the sames ones as this 1920s amateur seismologist predicted based on sun activity, then it discredits Fulford.//

No, you would have a correlation, not causation. One in addition to the "seabed nuke detonated" claimed by Fulford. There was more than one earthquake on Earth that day that could have an extra-terrestrial cause.

Me said...

I would like to come clean as a disinfo agent. Can I tell you a lot of - uh-hum - secrets.

The moon is actually a badly disguised man-made spacecraft, just like David Icke says.

It has a massive lightbulb inside it because its force shields against meteors doesn't allow it to reflect light.

The good news is now you've outed me as a disinfo agent I'm useless to the globalist cause. So from now on I'm going to switch sides.

Tapestry said...

You have a clearance pass to send in links to The Tap Blog, Me. Thanks for all your stuff over a long time.

As for others writing in this thread, well, not all can be writing from a constructive viewpoint, methinks. It should be a good game for readers to work out who the disinfo agents are, if they've got nothing better to do.

It's interesting that this post set them off. Shows there must be something in the story, or they'd have stayed asleep.

georgesilver said...

Dear Tpestry, I love this stuff about "disinfo agent". I should image that there is a whole department given the task of spreading "disinfo" about your site. I think this type of paranoia is brought about by an extreme feelings of self-importance.
I'm here purely for the "fun" ... yes "fun". If your site wasn't entertaining I wouldn't bother. There are thousands of sites that push "conspiracy" theories. Most of them seem to be boring and fixated. They have no idea of what is or isn't true because most of the stuff they push has no provable facts. Just theories.
My suggestion for people who want to have Blogs that do not want any critical input is that they should resist having "Comments" sections. Unfortunately this doesn't happen because the Bloggers want to feel loved and they are not just talking to themselves.
My feeling about good Blogs is that the Blogger should enter into a realistic conversation with their readers rather than feeling hurt when people do not agree

Just a thought.

Tapestry said...

I am here for fun too, GS! I have no feeling of obligation to readers to enter into discussions. I'd be here all day.

Thanks for the compliments. I feel that other commenters on The Tap often answer the points raised in comments anyway.

I only reply if I want to. Most facts are not provable in a scientific way. Courts, for example, demand evidence, and the jury or judge has to decide if the overall weight of evidence is persuasive or sufficient. The requirement can be for proof either beyond reasonable doubt, or on a balance of probabilities. Bloggers OTOH are entitled to enter into unprovable speculation based on intuition. Often and usually the evidence arrives at a later stage. I rarely have had to swallow my words, or feel I've followed a false trail - even the first time I wrote on weather war in Australia, which seemed highly speculative at the time. I don't mind being proven wrong, anyway. I just want to express my thoughts and find a way to link in with other like-minded people.

Paranoia can be fun too. You should try it sometime!

Tapestry said...

Hi Tap,

For what it's worth I don't think for a moment that "Me" is a disinfo agent. He?(probably) has brought a lot of good info. and evidence to your web-site and his enthusiasm shines through. As for "georgesilver" he may be a disinfo agent, but I think it more likely that he's just an ordinary bloke that's more than a little sceptical. I had to smile at one of his comments recently when he wrote that when he looked out of his window, things still looked the same. Which of course is true. But my first thought on reading his comment was, "yeah, I bet that's what they were thinking in Pompeii, shortly before the volcano erupted!"

I had noticed Derek's absence of late as well. I hope he's okay.

Regarding these possible underground explosions in the US a few weeks ago. I'm not sure what to think about that tbh. I know it would never make it to the MSM but as yet there doesn't seem a great deal of supporting evidence on the net. But there's still time yet. Benjamin Fulford may or may not be on the level. I don't know. But in your position Tap, I would certainly give him the benefit of the doubt, because otherwise we may miss out on something important.

For me at least the bottom line remains the same. i.e. It's a battle between good and evil.
But there is obviously an infowar going on to try to cause confusion and alarm. The old adage of truth being stranger than fiction has never been more relevant. Sometimes I have to wonder why "they" are still allowing us access to all this info on the web? It must be suiting their purpose at the moment, I would imagine.

With Kind Regards

Gillian

georgesilver said...

Dear Gillian, Yes I am a bloke, ordinary? I don't think so. Disinfo agent? where do you apply for this job? Will they take me at 69?

My comment about looking out of the window came from a woman that once wrote that she was continually worried about World events. She was bombarded by the TV, radio, newspapers and a multitude of "conspiracy" and so called "truth" sites that continually filled her life with worry. She eventually decided that if it wasn't coming up her street then it wasn't worth worrying about.

I presume you now live at the top of a mountain to avoid the next Tsunami. You have an underground atomic shelter that will protect you from HAARP and the you are well stocked-up on weapons to fight the aliens.

No? Oh so your like the people of Pompeii then.