Coincidental Occurances Happening Across the Country

Over the past several weeks, there have been significant incidences that have occurred across the country that by themselves might not be a big deal, but when you add them all up, it sets off alarms in my mind.  I feel it is important to make you aware of what they are.  Most of the incidences have occurred in Missouri, but the same types of things are happening in other areas of the country.

On both December 4 and December 5, large amounts of prepaid cellphones were purchased at several Walmarts across Missouri.  All of these purchases occurred in the late night hours in Columbia, Jackson, Cape Girardeau, Lebanon, Ava, Jefferson City and Macon. It has been reported that the men purchases these cellphones were “Middle Eastern men.”  According to Laclede County Sheriff Wayne Merritt, “These people were, they were foreign-speaking.”  Of course we all know that IED devices have been known to be set off by using cellphones as the trigger device.  It is unknown whether or not this in the intent for these purchases, but it’s very suspicious.  The total number of phones varied, but it somewhere near 200.  Who really needs that many prepaid cellphones?  Could it also be that since prepaid cellphones are less track-able, that they are being used to keep their identity hidden?

Meanwhile, also in Missouri, it has been reported that several propane tanks have been stolen.  18-20 propane tanks were stolen from BP gas station in Lee’s Summit, a CVS in Lee’s Summit and more from another CVS in Independence, Missouri. All in all, the total number is between 65-75 propane tanks stolen.

Prepaid cellphones plus propane tanks sounds like a recipe for disaster doesn’t it?  The FBI, along with local law enforcement are investigating these combined incidences, but so far nothing substantial has become of it.  It has been reported that some of the men who purchased the cellphones were the same men at two or more of the Walmarts.

So lets take those two situations, and add a third part.  In early December, the Camden County Sheriff’s office received a tip that several middle eastern men were asking questions in a local Golden Corral about renting a boat to go take a tour of the Bagdell Dam.  Again, not that big of a deal, but let’s go a little bit further into this.

Police in Goldsboro, North Carolina arrested 4 men from New York when they were spotted leaving  Lowe’s Home Improvement store with hundreds of pieces of plumbing supplies.  It is also well known that terrorist have used these supplies to make pipe bombs in the past.  udesh Ruplal, 21, Shane Ali, 22, Benjamin Curtis, 18, and Alexandre Michel Regis, 20, are accused of stealing 565 plumbing supplies worth more than $5,000, according to court records.

Let’s go on.  It has also been reported that there have been bulk purchases of XBOX Kinect sensors across 4 states including Texas, Arkansas, Oklahoma and Louisiana.  Could these sensors be used as a trigger device to set off a bomb?  Some say yes.

Now we have another report out of Philadelphia of another 43 propane tanks being stolen.  Some of these tanks were the larger tanks mostly used for forklifts etc. that contain 100 lbs. of propane.

Cellphones, propane tanks, talk of taking a tour of dam in the Ozarks, plumbing supplies, what does it all mean?  It could mean nothing, but the alert level should be high, especially at this time of year.  If you are in one of these areas, I encourage you to be alert and stay aware of your surroundings.  With that in mind, if an attack is planned, it may not be in one of these areas.  With the freedom that we are righted in this country, it is possible that all of this equipment might be hundreds or even thousands of miles away from these areas.

Stay awake.  Don’t fall back asleep and take the mainstream media’s reports of these types of things.  They would rather talk about Trump and Hillary for both their ratings and to keep you in the dark about what really is going on.  They might allow 30-60 seconds covering these reports and then go back to their panel of experts with their opinion on what Trump had to say that day.

 

 

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