disclaimer, careful with this, discrimination needed
Urgent warning from a Naval Intelligence Officer in regard to an impending comet strike and a possible tsunami affecting the eastern seaboard
The United States government has singularly failed in its duty of care toward American citizens by not making sufficient provision for an Atlantic tsunami in the wake of a comet strike expected next week.
Until very recently, I was a Naval Intelligence officer attached to the Office Naval Intelligence, formerly stationed in San Diego following my discharge from the ONI-2 Directorate of Intelligence. Last week I was assigned to prepare for the assumption of new duties in regard to the ONI-6 Collections Directorate, but a dispute concerning the suppression of important information that should have been made available to the American people ended with my suspension from active duty until further notice. At this time of writing, I am staying with relatives in a European country.
I shall make this brief, if only because I do not wish to engage in any protracted exchanges with civilians on a public bulletin board.
As you probably know, US government agencies recently participated in an exercise known as Pacific Wave 06, which was run under the auspices of UNESCO. Next week sees another drill, Pacific Peril 06, designed to gauge the resilience of the transportation infrastructure along the west coast of the United States.
Both of these exercises are informed by one imperative, and one imperative only: post-facto damage limitation in the wake of an expected strike by a detachment of Fragment-C of Comet 73P (Schwassmann-Wachmann-3). Our government has been briefed on a daily basis about the probabilities relating to such a strike, yet when it became more than apparent that such an impact would almost certainly take place between May 24 and May 27, the administration countered suggestions for a public notice of immediate preparations with the imposition of a media blackout. Naval Intelligence personnel have also been forbidden to discuss this matter even with members of their own families.
I do not wish to cause undue alarm, but it is my moral duty as an upholder of the oaths I have taken to warn my fellow Americans, particularly those who live along the eastern seaboard, that the risk of a major tsunami is extremely high and that their lives are consequently in great danger.
I urge each and every one of you to make any preparations you feel are necessary to survival and to inform any relatives or friends you may consider endangered by the impending catastrophe.
I shall say no more.
God bless America.