Coz during the blackout at Atlanta Airport a few days ago, only one plane was allowed to leave during the 12 hours of lock down. And that plane belonged to an Israeli cargo company called Cal Cargo Airlines, which also onws another company called LACHS which boasts that it can load and unload without the presence of a customs agent. That plane landed just minutes before the blackout so would not have been unloaded before the blackout.
Note in the quotes below the reference to "dangerous goods".
There is a suggestion in the quoted article that nukes were flown out of the USA to Israel on that plane.
But what if those "dangerous goods" were Israeli suitcase nukes? Or Israeli bioweapons? To be detonated in the USA and blamed on Iran and/or North Korea?
Very, very intriguing.
The plane in question 4X-ICB, is a cargo plane that arrived in Atlanta from Mexico City at 1:00 PM, just literal minutes before the alleged power problems began to make the airport go dark. The plane would then go on to leave for its next destination at 6:27 PM, right in the middle of the blackout that ran from about one to midnight. With the official record indicating that the first flight post blackout was not allowed to take off from the airport until 12:56 AM the next day, how then how do we account for our mystery flight?
...The cargo plane in question is owned by Cal Cargo Airlines. A Jewish owned company based out of Israel who specializes in the transportation of nonstandard cargo such as, live animals and dangerous goods.
...Even more suspicious though is that Cal Airlines owns another business known as LACHS. A company who operates at the Atlanta airport, loading and offloading cargo planes. Most importantly LACHS boasts the ability to load and unload places without the presence of a customs agent. Meaning no one outside the companies own employees were aware of what was inside the plane as it either landed in or took off from the airport.
[source : 4chan Users Find Evidence Atlanta Airport Blackout Was Part Of Intentional Cover-Up, Squawker, https://squawker.org/analysis/atlantacu/, 18th December 2017]