2014-10-16 01:34:33 UTC
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1996 CRUISE SHIP FIRE WAS FAILED TERRORIST ATTACK THANKS TO ETS
By Martha Jette http://ufodigest.com/users/martha-jette
On July 6, 1996, a cruise ship traveling from San Francisco to
Vancouver, B.C. was in grave danger. The 1,200 passengers and crew
aboard the Golden Princess had no idea that Muslim terrorists were among
them acting as tourists.
The Muslims, who had shaved their beards so they could blend in with
passengers, had a mission to perform. They brought with them a
disassembled atomic bomb, which they intended to assemble on board and
hide in the ship’s engine room.
This is information that no one has been privy to since the event. The
story that hit the news wires said nothing about a terrorist attack and
instead said the ship was crippled by an “electrical problem,” which
caused the fire “off the northwest tip of the Olympic Peninsula at the
entrance to Juan de Fuca Strait” due to a fire in the engine room.
According to an article entitled Engine fire cripples ocean liner from
S.F., the 685-foot Golden Princess was “dead in the water and had to be
towed about 60 miles to Esquimalt Harbor in Victoria, B.C. The Golden
Princess was operated by Princess Cruise Lines and carried a total of
839 passengers and 412 crewmembers.
Bert ( A W RvB )
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