We have been discussing the story of Lauro Chavez, a former Army Sergeant who apparently worked at CENTCOM (although according to his DD-214 he did not serve in Afghanistan as he claimed). Now he is on the Alex Jones radio show, available here.
Chavez talks about working at the SCIF on the morning of 9/11, where he supposedly overheard orders to standdown NORAD. Conveniently he doesn't remember the names of any of the people involved. He also mentions the former commander of the US Army Corps of Engineers (his good buddy), which he identifies as a Lieutenant General, but refuses to name. I am not sure of the point of that, the only 3 star in CENTCOM would be the deputy commander, it is just a matter of looking it up and seeing who had that job in September 2001. Hint: It was Lieutenant General Michael P. DeLong, who most likely was never head of the Army Corp of Engineers, based on the fact that he was a MARINE. I suppose next we will hear that this 3 star was just passing through to say "hi" to SGT Chavez...
Anyway, the command center part, is all vague speculation, but then he starts talking about his (supposed) overseas service, here it gets rather bizarre, at the 57:30 mark:
Chavez: Yeah, I was deployed to Afghanistan for 8 months. About 2 weeks after 9/11 happened. I was there in support of the United States SOCOM, which if everybody has played the game SOCOM they are actually a real entity, located all at MacDill Airforce Base, and I provide them with communications, for the special ops teams. We flew into Kabul Airport, we were actually under fire as we flew in.
Yeah, I would think you would be, considering in September, 2001, the Kabul Airport was firmly in the hands of the Taliban. The war would not even start for another two weeks.
Anyway, he continues:
Chavez: Yeah, and I thought I was going to hunt bin Laden, and that was clearly not the objective of that war. I still don't know what the objective is. Other than to subliminally condition the people.
Alex Jones: Can you say 400 billion in opium a year coming out of there?
Chavez: Exactly, or the pipeline. A lot of people are like, "what pipeline?"
Alex Jones: Unoco
Chavez: I had to pull roving guard to make sure nobody blew up that pipeline. That was where our billions of dollars for the war went. (unintelligible) pull patrols.
Oh really. Well that seems like it would be a rather hard thing to do, considering the pipeline hasn't been built yet!
Chavez: You know, you got soldiers over there, that are using live depleted uranium in their tanks, in all the mortars, and all the howitzers. And DU is horrible, not only does it kill people, and that's fine, but its technically against the Geneva Conventions because it provides like an after effect, it's a radioactive material.
Uhh, how many tanks are we using in Afghanistan? I have never heard of any. But I guess this guy would know, he snuck into Afghanistan to repair computers with Delta Force and guard non-existent pipelines.