Operation BlackJack: Game Over?

A poster (Wiselybear) at the David Icke forum has taken credit for the entire Operation BlackJack scenario. “Wiselybear” is (reportedly) none other than Justin Williams, who works for the Telegraph. Now, assuming this person really is Williams, why would he or anyone at the Telegraph find it necessary to post a series of slides that inherently threaten the lives of millions of people? If a child in school were to draw a picture of a nuclear cloud over a town or a person, that child would very likely be suspended from school or worse. Where is the justice for someone who threatens four nations (UK, Canada, US, and Mexico) under the guise of ‘entertainment’?

Honestly, we should all be relieved if it’s all been a game. But I’m not laughing. Neither should the authorities. Mr. Williams should receive, at the least, a stern reprimand, if not lose his job. Shame on you, ‘Wiseleybear”. Your so-called ‘wisdom’ is lacking in kindness and a gentle spirit. We’ll keep you in prayer, sir.

Possible Connection to BlackJack or Just Coincidence?

Thanks to Marcy for her tip on this one! Remember how we mentioned on PID Radio that the caller to MI5 about Operation BlackJack gave his name as simply ‘Jason’? Well take a look at this:

This is the cover to a novel sold at Amazon.com and (as you can see) it’s written by Jason Moser. ‘Teardrop’ plays a major role in the so-called ‘fictional’ scenario ‘Operation BlackJack’.

Coincidence? Maybe. Keep praying, friends, that this entire scenario is simply a sick joke or an ill-conceived marketing campaign. For the record, the cities listed as targets in the slideshow are London, New York, Toronto, Los Angeles, Mexico City, and Portland. See the image below: