Hello, This just in, there are War Signals everywhere and the next one could be the last. When you take several pieces of information and put then together, you get an Idea of what may be on the horizion.

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FalseFlagNews - Oct. 21: Eisenhower Strike Group to arrive in Gulf with Tomahawk missiles (strike on Iran?)

According to Lieut. Mike Kafka, a spokesman at the headquarters of the
Second Fleet, based in Norfolk, Virginia, the Eisenhower Strike Group,
bristling with Tomahawk cruise missiles, has received orders to depart
the United States in a little over a week. Other official sources in the
public affairs office of the Navy Department at the Pentagon confirm
that this powerful armada is scheduled to arrive off the coast of Iran
on or around October 21.

The Eisenhower had been in port at the Naval Station Norfolk for several
years for refurbishing and refueling of its nuclear reactor; it had not
been scheduled to depart for a new duty station until at least a month
later, and possibly not till next spring. Family members, before the
orders, had moved into the area and had until then expected to be with
their sailor-spouses and parents in Virginia for some time yet. First
word of the early dispatch of the "Ike Strike" group to the Persian Gulf
region came from several angry officers on the ships involved, who
contacted antiwar critics like retired Air Force Col. Sam Gardiner and
complained that they were being sent to attack Iran without any order
from the Congress.

"This is very serious," said Ray McGovern, a former CIA threat-
assessment analyst who got early word of the Navy officers' complaints
about the sudden deployment orders. (McGovern, a twenty-seven-year
veteran of the CIA, resigned in 2002 in protest over what he said were
Bush Administration pressures to exaggerate the threat posed by Iraq.
He and other intelligence agency critics have formed a group called
Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity.)

Colonel Gardiner, who has taught military strategy at the National War
College, says that the carrier deployment and a scheduled Persian Gulf
arrival date of October 21 is "very important evidence" of war planning.
He says, "I know that some naval forces have already received 'prepare
to deploy orders' [PTDOs], which have set the date for being ready to
go as October 1. Given that it would take about from October 2 to
October 21 to get those forces to the Gulf region, that looks about like
the date" of any possible military action against Iran. (A PTDO means
that all crews should be at their stations, and ships and planes should
be ready to go, by a certain date -- in this case, reportedly, October
1.) Gardiner notes, "You cannot issue a PTDO and then stay ready for
very long. It's a very significant order, and it's not done as a
training exercise."