The Popes visit will be largest security detail in history-Why Philadelphia? - (BROTHERLY LOVE)-Here are some things to consider

Philly, is going to be either one of hell of a show with the grand finale or just another visit from the NWO…My Leo Friends will be on lock down come Friday and not be allowed to leave the city...apparently most of the guys that all work for DHS, couldn't get their trucks verified by the Secret Service in time, so if they leave the city, there's no getting back in...let's not forget...Obama said a while back that he plans on NY being hit by a "dirty bomb".. I wonder, is NY this locked down? As far I am aware, no, it is not...So why Philly? I'll tell you one thing, there is a Nuclear reactor on the Delaware River and Philly is within blast radius if something were to happen to it...or vice versa..this is just speculation but NY and DC have not been shut down why Philly? Any of your sources got any ideas? Mine is that the 12 miles of overlapping fence and barricades is to keep people in, not keep people out...if something were to happen, only a limited amount of foot traffic and boat traffic will be allowed in...maybe a few lanes for cars..but not for down town, it's all been locked down...and jammed packed with bodies....if an explosion were to go off would be worse than 9/11...especially if someting went off on 7th Street were the gas line goes straight into the federal building called the Byrne Green Federal Building and Court House...the gas line is readily exposed and has a terminal that comes out of the ground in front of the federal building...and there is also a huge mall with federal tenants in it and a Federal prison right across the street from the court house/federal building... too many easy targets...and the mint is right across from the federal building as well...5 huge devasting targets just waiting to be hit...and filled full of law enforcement..and guess where the Popes parade route is? Right by all those damn buildings.

Sep 21, 2015

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