Yesterday it was widely reported that there was a 7.9 earthquake in Mexico. Not long afterwards, Dutchsinse uncovered a preplanned drill that was alleged to “simulate” a 7.9 earthquake. The catch? The simulation was supposed to take place on March 20th, the exact day the earthquake happened!
Spanish: Cabe señalar que desde semanas anteriores corrieron rumores de que personal gubernamental alertó a sus familiares y allegados del peligro real.
English (Google Translated): The unexpected mega-match between the simulation and the actual earthquake caused different reactions among the population, among them rumors that the state government knew in advance that there would be a major earthquake. It should be noted that from previous weeks rumors that government staff alerted his family and friends of the real danger.
See Dutch’s take on the matter:
Even more perplexing is that Malia Obama was on vacation near the epicenter of the earthquake, and the White House administration admitted to asking all publications to remove any and all mentions of this from their reports!
Via PJ media:
This is very curious. Stories about first daughter Malia Obama’s spring break trip to Mexico with 25 Secret Service detailed to protect her and her friends keep returning 404 errors or redirects.
Here’s Huffington Post’s link to its story about the spring break. Click on it and see where it goes: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/03/19/malia-obama-mexico-spring-break_n_1364063.html
Yahoo! ran a story about it. But it has since been run off. http://news.yahoo.com/obamas-daughter-spends-springbreak-mexico-145031176.html.
That Yahoo! link is redirecting to a story about something entirely unrelated.
Essence had the story. Emphasis on the past tense. http://www.essence.com/2012/03/19/malia-obama-travels-to-mexico-for-spring-break/
Even the UK Telegraph story is now off the grid. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/barackobama/9152796/Malia-Obama-guarded-by-25-Secret-Service-agents-on-spring-break-in-Mexico.html. That’s the version that Drudge was linking to.
Drudge linked to a different version, at the International Business Times, and now that story is down the 404 hole: http://www.ibtimes.com/articles/316249/20120319/malia-obama-mexico-spring-break-travel-warning.htm
The spring break trip really happened. This blog post about it hasn’t gone 404 (yet), and has several pics of Malia with her friends.
What is going on here? Is the White House trying to scrub the Internet of all stories about the first daughter’s spring break trip to Mexico?
Update: The Daily Caller now has its own post up about the disappearing story.
Update: The White House has admitted that it was behind the scrubbing.
But this type of exercise is nothing new, right? Afterall, the same thing oddly seems to occur before other major events. These drills do not explicitly prove foreknowledge, but damn do they make a good case for it!
AftenPosten report: Oslo Police Conducted Bombing Exercise Days Before Terrorist Blast
BBC Radio 5: On the day of the bombings Peter Power gave interviews on BBC Radio 5 Live and ITV saying that he was working on a crisis management simulation drill, in the City of London, “based on simultaneous bombs going off precisely at the railway stations where it happened this morning”, when he heard that an attack was going on in real life. He described this as a coincidence. He also gave an interview to the Manchester Evening News where he spoke of “an exercise involving mock broadcasts when it happened for real”. After a few days he dismissed it as a “spooky coincidence” on Canadian TV.
Then you have Benjamin Fulford claiming that Japan was threatened with an earthquake weapon, which we all know happened on 3/11:
Knowing this, it would be wise to keep our eye on the 2012 olympics!