Sunday, February 13, 2011

Seal of the President of the United StatesImage via WikipediaTHE PRESIDENTS BOOK OF SECRETS  -  Does it exist or is it a myth?






by Peter Petterson




This post discusses this claim. By the time we finish reading all the relevant comments we may   really know or at least be better educated:


It has been reported that moments after being sworn in, all new  American presidents gain access to the Nuclear Football"  -  a briefcase containing the most volatile top-secret  information in the world - America's nuclear launch codes.


The "Football " is a high profile national secret - but it is only one of a great many pieces in  the classified arsenal at the President's disposal once he assumes the ultimate role of Commander-in Chief   -  THE PRESIDENTS BOOK OF SECRETS (video) takes  viewers on a journey inside White House history to unveil some staggering information about secrets known only to the President from top-secret intelligence and classified codes and future technologies.


Just what secrecy does an out-going President share with the incoming President-elect during that first private meeting? When does he actually gain access to the vital national secrets and receive the access codes to the nuclear arsenal?


Is there a 'Keeper' who informs the new President-elect about everything? What is so classified that even a presidential clearance is not even enough to gain access? How could a woman ever be elevated to  the supreme position in the United States of America? I really don't think it is at all possible, but that is an entirely different subject for another time and place.


Is there really a Book of Secrets -  You can answer that after viewing the video.


www.ultra-vid.com/watch-the-presidents-book-of-secrets-2010-dvd

www..en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_Treasure_book-of_secrets   The movie.
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2 comments:

Multibrand said...

Hi Peter,
The USA is the most powerful nation on earth today. Obviously, the secrets of it's President would be very scary.

Kiwi Riverman's Blogesphere said...

The possibility scares the crap out of me, harry.