Sinking of U.S. Navy Aircraft Carrier in
Indian Ocean to Trigger War with Iran?
By Zuerrnnovahh-Starr Livingstone
May 20, 2005
On Friday, May 20, 2005, I foresaw the possible sinking of a Navy
aircraft carrier off the coast of Iran.
The carrier is traveling at flank speed hundreds of miles
south of Iran in the Arabian Sea. A small submarine beneath the fleet releases
a stealthy torpedo which hits the bottom of the carrier and punches a sizable
hole, nearly the full beam of the ship. The nuclear core was breached. The
carrier goes down in minutes killing 5,000 to 8,000 sailors.
The sinking is blamed on Iran. Iran would have nothing to do with it. This
is a potential provocation for starting a war with Iran.
Checking on Rense.com there was a deliberate
sinking of the old carrier USS America on May 14, 2005. This was carried
out off the eastern seaboard in 6000 feet of water. A series of explosions
were performed to test the strength of the design. The carrier was scuttled
after the testing. Could this have been a test for a later crime in the
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