WWIII fails to start.
posted at 7/6/2010 2:18 PM EDT Teusday.
July 6, 2010. Somewhere near Iran. In a blistering spurt of inaction, World War III has again failed to ignite the world in an inferno of misery.
Over the past few weeks, reports of fleet rotations that were suspiciously routine caused some American citizens to fear that World War III would soon break out.
"They told us we were going over at 1000, then 1400, and then the *ssholes put it off again," complained Commander Arkeen. Usually, when the United States intends to unexpectedly invade a country, it attempts to hide troop movements from enemy intelligence. But in this instance, explained Arkeen, "we have to remain idle in order to give the impression that this is a routine exercise."
This reporter passes another listless day of World War III not happening by participating in suspicious lifeboat release and capture exercises. Anonymous sources claim that the rope allegedly used to tie the boats is crafted from an experimental and super-secret nano-thermite weave, which could prove useful in arming remote control mullosks with nuclear warheads.
Others beg to disagree. "The complete lack of any evidence that World War III is about to begin is proof that David Rockefeller will force Israel to start World War III so that he and his band of aging bankers can take over the world. Sheep only see an ordinary fleet rotation here. But they will suffer when we try them for treason. You just wait and see!" explained a source, who requested to remain anonymous out of fear that the flesh eating bunny rabbits will find his new bunker.
Readers are requested to contact this paper if any untoward mushroom clouds are observed.
Oh dear. He went full-truther.
In response to MrCricket's comment:
please don't bother commenting if you don't even bother watching the video with an open mind and only have ad hominem attacks.
if you have real arguments against the points in the vid then please share and provide sources for your information.
Grimfandango, is that you? After all these years?