Tuesday, March 31, 2015

The Next-Generation Weapons That Russia Will Use Against The United States In World War III

The Next-Generation Weapons That Russia Will Use Against The United States In World War III

Russian Submarine Launching A Nuclear Missile - Public DomainThe Russian military is in the midst of a sweeping modernization program, and it is currently developing some incredibly impressive offensive and defensive next-generation weapons that are designed to be used in a future war with the United States.  The key to winning World War III will be to strike hard and to strike fast, and the Russians understand this.  Meanwhile, the U.S. military has totally shifted gears from a “Cold War mindset” and is now completely focused on fighting smaller regional wars in the Middle East and elsewhere. 

As a result, U.S. strategic forces have suffered.  There has been very little effort to modernize, and many of our nuclear missile silos are using technology that is ridiculously outdated.  For example, CBS News has documented that eight inch floppy disks are still being used in many of our missile silos.  And don’t expect things to change any time soon.  At this point, the U.S. military plans to keep Minuteman intercontinental ballistic missiles that were originally deployed in the 1960s and 1970s in service until 2030.

What all of this means is that the Russians are feverishly preparing to fight World War III and we are not.  The following are just a few of the next-generation weapons that Russia will use against the United States during the next great global war…

The Sarmat Intercontinental Ballistic Missile

Most Americans have heard of the infamous SS-18 “Satan” intercontinental ballistic missiles.  But these are now being replaced by the Sarmat intercontinental ballistic missile
The Sarmat (also known as Sarmatian) is a Russian liquid-fueled, MIRV-equipped, super-heavy thermonuclear intercontinental ballistic missile in development as of early 2015, intended to replace the previous SS-18 Satan and carry extensive counter-missile defense measures. Its large payload would allow for up to 10 heavy warheads or 15 lighter ones, and/or a combination of warheads and massive amounts of countermeasures designed to defeat the anti-missile systems. The Sarmat is expected to be ready for deployment around 2020, but other sources state that the program is being fast-tracked and it could comprise up to 80 percent of Russia’s land-based nuclear arsenal by 2021.
As you can see below, these missiles are extremely huge…
Sarmat
The Borey Class Nuclear Submarine

Of even greater concern than the Sarmat are the new Borey class nuclear submarines that Russia is building.  The following is from an article about the launch of one of these new submarines, the Vladimir Monomakh, in 2013
Russia recently launched its near silent nuclear submarine following several years of development.

The Borey Class submarine, dubbed Vladimir Monomakh, has a next generation nuclear reactor, can dive deeper than 1,200 feet, and carries up to 20 nuclear intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBM).

Each of these “Bulava” ICBM’s can carry ten detachable MIRV warheads, what they call “re-entry vehicles,” capable of delivering 150 kiloton yields per warhead (luckily, tests of the warheads only yielded 11 “successes” out of almost 20 attempts). Which doesn’t mean they aren’t a concern, MIRV’s are what shook the Cold War to its foundation when they first appeared in the 1970s.
One of the primary things that has U.S. military planners worried is how quiet these subs are.  In fact, according to an RT article these subs are supposed to be “almost silent”…
It belongs to a class of missile strategic submarine cruisers with a new generation of nuclear reactor, which allows the submarine to dive to a depth of 480 meters. It can spend up to three months in autonomous navigation and, thanks to the latest achievements in the reduction of noise, it is almost silent compared to previous generations of submarines.
So why is that a problem?

Well, imagine a scenario where Russian nuclear subs approach our coastlines completely undetected and launch a barrage of missiles toward our cities and military bases.  We could be wiped out before we even knew what hit us.

If you don’t think that this could ever happen, just consider the following excerpt from a Fox News article published back in 2012
A Russian nuclear-powered attack submarine armed with long-range cruise missiles operated undetected in the Gulf of Mexico for several weeks and its travel in strategic U.S. waters was only confirmed after it left the region, the Washington Free Beacon has learned.

It is only the second time since 2009 that a Russian attack submarine has patrolled so close to U.S. shores.
If we can’t detect them, how are we going to defend against them?  Here is a look at one of them in the water…
Borey Class Russian Submarine
The Bulava Submarine-Launched Nuclear Missile

The Borey class submarines are going to be carrying Bulava submarine-launched nuclear missiles.  The Russians have had some difficulties with the development of these missiles, but most of those difficulties now appear to be ironed out.  The following is a description of these missiles from globalsecurity.org
The Bulava (SS-NX-30) is the submarine-launched version of Russia’s most advanced missile, the Topol-M (SS-27) solid fuel ICBM. The SS-NX-30 is a derivative of the SS-27, except for a slight decrease in range due to conversion of the design for submarine launch. The SS-27 has is 21.9 meters long, far too large to fit in a typical submarine. The largest previously deployed Russian SLBM was the R-39 / SS-N-20 STURGEON, which was 16 meters long. Russian sources report that the Bulava SS-N-30 ballistic missile can carry ten warheads to a range of 8,000km. Other sources suggest that the Bulava might have a range of 10,000 km, and is reportedly features a 550 kT yield nuclear warhead. Apparently up to six MIRVs can be placed at the cost of offloading warhead shielding and decoys.
The Bulava is specifically designed to avoid interception, and each warhead is independently maneuverable to help ensure that they reach their targets intact.  The following was written by U.S. Navy Lieutenant Commander Tom Spahn
Similar to its land-based variant, the Topol-M SS-27, to thwart evolving Western ballistic-missile-defense shields, the Bulava can conduct evasive post-launch maneuvers and deploy a variety of countermeasures and decoys to defend against interception. Its ten hypersonic, independently maneuverable warheads are protected against both physical and electromagnetic-pulse damage to ensure that they can reach their targets intact.
The Barguzin Strategic Missile Train

When nuclear missiles are in a stationary location (such as a missile silo), they can be pretty easy to target.  But if you put them on a mobile platform, you can gain quite a strategic edge.
With that in mind, the Russians have reintroduced the strategic missile train
A Russian military source outlined the capabilities of Barguzin strategic missile train. The country may roll out five such disguised mobile launch platforms each carrying six RS-24 Yars missiles in five years.

A ‘nuclear train’ – properly called BZhRK, short for ‘combat railway missile complex’ in Russian – is a mobile platform for transporting and launching strategic nuclear missiles. Similarly to nuclear submarines, such trains are hard to wipe out in a preemptive strike because of their mobility and ability to be disguised as regular freight trains.

The Soviet Union had 12 such nuclear trains, each carrying three RT-23 Molodets (SS-24 Scalpel in NATO disambiguation) missiles, but they were released from combat duty after Russia and the US signed the START-2 treaty in 1993 and eventually decommissioned.

Last year the Russian military said that nuclear trains – which are no longer banned under the New START treaty – would be revived.
The S-500 Missile Defense System

Lastly, I want to discuss a very important weapons system that I recently mentioned in another article.

It is called the S-500 missile defense system, and it fundamentally changes the balance of power between the United States and Russia.

Once fully deployed, the S-500 will be able to intercept our intercontinental ballistic missiles.  This means that the concept of “mutually assured destruction” does not necessarily apply any longer.  If the Russians can take out most of our nukes with a devastating surprise first strike and intercept whatever we are able to launch back at them with the S-500, the cost/benefit analysis of a nuclear conflict completely changes.

The following information about the S-500 comes from military-today.com
The S-500 is not an upgrade of the S-400, but a new design. It uses a lot of new technology and is superior to the S-400. It was designed to intercept ballistic missiles. It is planned to have a range of 500-600 km and hit targets at altitudes as high as 40 km. Some sources claim that this system is capable of tracking 5-20 ballistic targets and intercepting up to 5-10 ballistic targets simultaneously. It can defeat ballistic missiles traveling at 5-7 kilometers per second. It has been reported that this air defense system can also target low orbital satellites. It is planned that the S-500 will shield Moscow and the regions around it. It will replace the current A-135 anti-ballistic missile system. The S-500 missiles will be used only against the most important targets, such as intercontinental ballistic missiles, AWACS and jamming aircraft.
Sadly, most Americans do not believe that there is even a remote possibility that we will ever fight a war with Russia.

As a result, most Americans will never see the point of articles like this one.

But over in Russia, anti-American sentiment is at an all-time high and many of their talking heads and intellectuals are now convinced that a shooting war with the United States is inevitable.

Source: http://endoftheamericandream.com/archives/the-next-generation-weapons-that-russia-will-use-against-the-united-states-in-world-war-iii
 

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1000 year old medieval potion that can kill hospital superbugs like MRSA dead

Scientists rediscover 1000 year old medieval potion that can kill hospital superbugs like MRSA dead

The ancient concoction was found in a leatherbound book in the British Library and studies have generated astonishing results

A thousand year-old medieval potion made out of onions, garlic, wine and oxgall - bile from a cow’s stomach - can kill hospital superbugs, say scientists.

The potent 10th century brew - used by Anglo Saxons to treat a stye - destroyed 90 per cent of the bacteria on scraps of skin taken from mice with MRSA (methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus).
Interestingly the ingredients had little effect unless they were all brought together into the concoction, the study by Nottingham University researchers found.

The ancient remedy originates from a manuscript in Bald’s Leechbook - an Old English leatherbound volume in the British Library.

The Leechbook is widely thought of as one of the earliest known medical textbooks and contains Anglo-Saxon medical advice and recipes for medicines, salves and treatments.

After using the solution on lab animals with MRSA - one of the most antibiotic-resistant bugs costing modern health services billions - the researchers described their results as “astonishing.”
 Garlic
Not just for taste: Garlic may be an important part of the potion
Associate Professor Dr Christina Lee said: “Medieval leech books and herbaria contain many remedies designed to treat what are clearly bacterial infections - weeping wounds/sores, eye and throat infections, skin conditions such as erysipelas, leprosy and chest infections.

“Given these remedies were developed well before the modern understanding of germ theory this poses two questions - how systematic was the development of these remedies and how effective were these remedies against the likely causative species of bacteria?

“Answering these questions will greatly improve our understanding of medieval scholarship and medical empiricism and may reveal new ways of treating serious bacterial infections that continue to cause illness and death.”

The Anglo Saxon expert came up with the idea of trying out the recipe which describes a very specific method of making the solution including the use of a brass vessel to brew it in, a straining to purify it and an instruction to leave the mixture for nine days before use.

She enlisted the help of microbiologists who believe its bactericidal effect is not due to a single ingredient but the combination used and brewing methods and container material.

Further research is planned to investigate how and why this works.
Nothing to make you cry: Onions are important in this concoction, too.
Dr Lee said: “We were genuinely astonished at the results of our experiments in the lab.
“We believe modern research into disease can benefit from past responses and knowledge which is largely contained in non-scientific writings.

“But the potential of these texts to contribute to addressing the challenges cannot be understood without the combined expertise of both the arts and science.”

The scientists made four separate batches of the remedy using fresh ingredients each time as well as a control treatment using the same quantity of distilled water and brass sheet to mimic the brewing container but without the vegetable compounds.

The remedy was tested on cultures of the commonly found and hard to treat bacteria S. aureus in both synthetic wounds and in infected wounds in mice.

None of the individual ingredients alone had any measurable effect, but when combined according to the recipe the Staphylococcus populations were almost totally obliterated - about one bacterial cell in a thousand survived.

Microbiologist Dr Freya Harrison said: “We thought Bald’s eyesalve might show a small amount of antibiotic activity because each of the ingredients has been shown by other researchers to have some effect on bacteria in the lab - copper and bile salts can kill bacteria and the garlic family of plants make chemicals that interfere with the bacteria’s ability to damage infected tissues.

“But we were absolutely blown away by just how effective the combination of ingredients was.
“We tested it in difficult conditions too; we let our artificial ‘infections’ grow into dense, mature populations called ‘biofilms’, where the individual cells bunch together and make a sticky coating that makes it hard for antibiotics to reach them.

“But unlike many modern antibiotics, Bald’s eye salve has the power to breach these defences.”
The findings were presented at the Annual Conference of the Society for General Microbiology in Birmingham.

Source: http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/technology-science/science/scientists-rediscover-1000-year-old-5429511
 

Sunday, March 29, 2015

Andreas Lubitz - exposed as a Jewish Mossad Kamikaze agent

Germanwings Pilot, Andreas Lubitz exposed as a Jewish Mossad Kamikaze agent



Since the crash occurred, a lot of people have come out and claimed that Andreas Lubitz was a Muslim or a Muslim-convert. This is completely false, Mr. “Lubitz” was in fact a German Jew.

This article will not delve into what happened to the downed Germanwings aircraft, here we will merely expose Andreas Lubitz as being the Jewish subversive he was.

Firstly, one has to understand that the surname “Lubitz” is a traditional Jewish surname used by many Jews of Slavic descent. The Lubitz family line can trace it’s history back to the days of the ancient Kingdom of Israel dating from 930 BCE–720 BCE and we find this family had mythological connections to King Solomon as noted in the Talmud.

We have therefore established that without any shadow of a doubt, the surname “Lubitz” is indeed Jewish.

To fully understand the Jewish origins of Mr. Lubitz, one must racially profile his Jewish facial features to determine the level of Jewry to which Lubitz belongs.

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It should be fairly obvious to the seasoned Jew-Spotter that Mr. Lubitz is not a White man.  Firstly, let us examine the eye slits of Lubitz, we find that they are small and slit-like. This is a common feature among the Jews, for they are originally from the desert and the eyelids evolved in a way as to defend the eyes from sun glare.

The structure of Mr. Lubitz’s face is entirely narrow and lacks the broadness that one may find in the face of a White European. Notice the long and elongated forehead, this itself is another typical feature of the Jewish people. Jews appear to have bulbous foreheads for the most part, again this can be attributed to their desert origins in order to protect the eyes from sand-storms.

Lastly, one should note that the colour of the skin is not nordic white, it appears to be more of a magnolia or terracotta yellow. Judging by the colour of this man’s skin, we can attribute this to Jewry in the sense that most Jews have a darker shade of skin.

Another Tell-Tale sign is the fact that Andreas Lubitz visited Israel on more than 10 separate occasions in the last year alone. This is public information and can be found on Lubitz’ flight record by inquiring with GermanWings.

In conclusion, Mr. Lubitz is definitely not a Muslim or a Muslim-Convert. Lubitz is most likely an agent of Mossad and this would give a reason in downing the plane. There is no record of mental illness or depression to suggest suicide, one can conclude safely that this was a kamikaze-style attack on behalf of Israel.

It’s by no coincidence that many pilots working within our airlines are Jewish or indeed hold dual citizenship to Israel. The question is, what does Israel stand to gain from downed planes?

Think about it.

Source: http://national-liberation.org/2015/03/26/germanwings-pilot-andreas-lubitz-exposed-as-a-mossad-kamikaze-agent/

Saturday, March 28, 2015

To My Father Armando Pede – Died March 27, 2015



To My Father Armando Pede – Died March 27, 2015





Complicating life was not one of my father’s strongest attributes. He found good in anyone he met, and when he could not, he refrained from offering any opinion. Sometimes he would get irritated when my mother babbled on and on, with no foreseeable sign of relief. He overcame this one difficulty with an aged induced miracle – he had lost some of his hearing. I guess God had intervened.

In the first week of November 2014 my dad fractured his hip. It was that accident that brings us together here today. The week prior, in a time of remembrance, my dad drove to Mount Pleasant cemetery to visit his parents. Little did he know, that soon thereafter, his parents and all his deceased loved ones would soon be awaiting him with open arms.  My dad’s major priority was always his family. Nothing else really seemed to matter. He continued to find joy in his grandchildren, great grandchildren and the family dogs – sometimes the dogs more than anyone else. 

My dad “bailed out” in what was to be a very consequential year for the Pede family. We would have celebrated his 60th wedding anniversary on May 7, our 35th wedding anniversary on July 5, my son’s wedding on July 25 and another great grandchild is now preparing for an August arrival. As hard as he tried to be with us, I believe God wanted him more. While in the hospital he promised me he would fight the disease and come home. This was one of the very few promises he never kept.
 
His great joy was gardening with my mother. Both awoke in the early morn and retired from a long day of pruning, planting, weeding and resting. This will be the first spring my dad will rest with nature rather than assisting it.

My dad was not afraid of dying and his one request of me was that I informed him of when the end was near.  I told him three days before he finally passed that his health was waning and death was now a real possibility. While he could not speak, his glossy eyes acknowledged the message. He accepted life with all its conditions. He sought only to be happy and to be around the ones he loved.

His life was more than experience, it was a lesson for all of us. Simply, find comfort in those you love, rather than loving the comforts of life. I still can’t accept the fact that I no longer have a father whom I may touch and talk to, but I do know he is here amongst us, doing what he did best, sitting silently on a chair, petting one of the dogs, and feeling at peace.

We will always love you Dad,
Joseph, Mary, Armand, Natasha Suzanne, Endi, Nicholas, Ali, Echo, Nico and your loving wife Maria Lucia