Operation Disclosure | By David Lifschultz, Contributing Writer
Submitted on July 29, 2021
NUCLEAR WAR ON A HAIR TRIGGER
Compliments of the Lifschultz Organization founded in 1899
In a nuclear war, the US will lose 250 million civilians. Russia’s airspace is sealed by the S-600 and S-700 defensive missiles. Nuclear bomb shelters have been built by Russia for 40,000,000 of their population in their cities. Russian losses in population are estimated at no more than 5% of the population allowing for a margin of error. It is therefore suicidal for the US to place launchers in Poland and Romania that can secretly hold nuclear missiles as described below, and the Italian military expert is correct to presume that Moscow must treat these missiles as nuclear reducing strike time to a few minutes. The Aegis defensive missile system cannot defend against Russian hypersonic missiles and the US admits that saying these missile defense systems are placed there to defend against Iranian missiles not Russian missiles which is really absurd. The US missile sites in Poland and Romania may be destroyed at any time.
The sodomite American military that is now promoting transgenderism, and other perversions, pays their Joints Chiefs of Staff less than $200,000.00 a year to handle a nearly trillion dollar budget. The procurement system is totally corrupt. There is no such thing as an honorable man joining a sodomite military force, and these low salaries attract the worst and lowest of executives which is why we see such stupid and suicidal actions as these outlined above.
Here is a quote from the article by Manlio Dinucci:
Both ships and Aegis land-based installations are fitted with Lockheed Martin Mk 41 vertical launchers : vertical tubes (in the body of the ship or in an underground bunker) from which the missiles are launched. It is Lockheed Martin itself, through an illustration of the technical characteristics, which documents that the tube can launch missiles for all missions: anti-missile, anti-aircraft, anti-ship, anti-submarine and attack against land objectives. Each launch tube is adaptable to any missile, including “those for long range attack”, including the Tomahawkcruise missile.. It can also be armed with a nuclear warhead. It is therefore not possible to know which missiles are actually in the vertical launchers at the Aegis Ashore base in Romania and which will be installed at the base in Poland. Nor what missiles are on board ships that cross the limits of Russian territorial waters. Unable to control, Moscow presumes that nuclear attack missiles are also there.
” THE ART OF WAR “
The nuclear race is accelerating
by Manlio Dinucci
The atomic bomb is no longer the weapon that allowed the United States to force Japan to surrender to them rather than to the USSR. Today it is a common weapon which has supreme value only if its launch is decided down to the second. The scenarios therefore evolve. Quality trumps quantity.
VOLTAIRE NETWORK | ROME (ITALY) | JULY 13, 2021
At the Redzikowo base in Poland, work for the installation of the Aegis Ashore system has started with an expenditure of over $ 180 million. It will be the second US missile base in Europe, after that of Deveselu in Romania which became operational in 2015. The official function of these bases is to protect, with the “shield” of the SM-3 interceptor missiles, the US forces in Europe and those of NATO’s European allies of “current and emerging threats from ballistic missiles from outside the Euro-Atlantic area”. In addition to the two land-based installations, four ships equipped with the same Aegis system, which, deployed by the US Navy in the Spanish base of Rota, cruise in the Mediterranean, the Black Sea and the Baltic Sea. The US Navy has about 120 torpedo boats and cruisers armed with this missile system.
Both ships and Aegis land-based installations are fitted with Lockheed Martin Mk 41 vertical launchers : vertical tubes (in the body of the ship or in an underground bunker) from which the missiles are launched. It is Lockheed Martin itself, through an illustration of the technical characteristics, which documents that the tube can launch missiles for all missions: anti-missile, anti-aircraft, anti-ship, anti-submarine and attack against land objectives. Each launch tube is adaptable to any missile, including “those for long range attack”, including the Tomahawkcruise missile.. It can also be armed with a nuclear warhead. It is therefore not possible to know which missiles are actually in the vertical launchers at the Aegis Ashore base in Romania and which will be installed at the base in Poland. Nor what missiles are on board ships that cross the limits of Russian territorial waters. Unable to control, Moscow presumes that nuclear attack missiles are also there. Same scenario in East Asia, where Aegis warships of the Seventh Fleet cross in the South China Sea. The main US allies in the region as well — Japan, South Korea, Australia — have ships equipped with the US Aegis system .
This missile system is not the only one that the US is deploying in Europe and Asia. In his address to the George Washington School of Media and Public Affairs, General James C. McConville, Chief of Staff of the United States Army, said last March that the US Army is in preparing a task force with “long range precision fire capabilities that can land anywhere, made up of hypersonic missiles, medium range missiles, precision attack missiles” and that “these systems are capable to penetrate the area of the anti-aircraft barrage ”. The general clarified: “we plan to deploy one of these task forces in Europe and probably two in the Pacific”.
In such a situation, it should come as no surprise that Russia is accelerating the deployment of new intercontinental missiles, with nuclear warheads which, after their ballistic trajectory, hover for thousands of kilometers at hypersonic speed. We should not be surprised by the information published by the Washington Post , that China is building more than 100 new silos for nuclear-warheaded intercontinental ballistic missiles. The arms race is unfolding not so much in terms of quantity (number and power of nuclear warheads) as of quality (speed, penetration capacity and geographic deployment of nuclear vectors). The response, in the event of an attack or suspected of such an attack, is increasingly entrusted to artificial intelligence, which must decide to launch nuclear missiles in just a few seconds. With an increase in the possibility of a nuclear war by mistake, several times risky during the Cold War.
The Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons, adopted by the United Nations in 2017 and entered into force in 2021, has so far been signed by 86 states and ratified by 54. None of the 30 NATO member countries have signed it. ratified, or even signed. In Europe only Austria, Ireland, Malta, San Marino and the Holy See have joined. None of the nine nuclear states — the United States, Russia, France, Britain, Israel, China, Pakistan, India, North Korea — has ratified, or even signed, it.
Marie-Ange Patrizio translation
Il Manifesto (Italy)
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