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  • Scavpor 10:05 pm on July 3, 2009 Permalink | Reply
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    North Korean Missile Threat: Made in the USA 

    Kurt Nimmo
    July 3, 2009

    According to Air Force Gen. Victor E. Renuart, Northcom commander, the United States is ready to knock down the last stage of a Taepodong-2 missile that North Korea is expected soon to launch in the direction of Hawaii.

    “The nation has a very, very credible ballistic-missile defense capability. Our ground-based interceptors in Alaska and California, I’m very comfortable, give me a capability that if we really are threatened by a long-range ICBM that I’ve got high confidence that I could interdict that flight before it caused huge damage to any U.S. territory,” said Renuart.

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    Minus transfer of technology to the Soviet Union, the North Koreans would not possess outdated SS-N 6 components for its Taepodong missiles.

    Intelligence analysts do not believe a missile launched from the Stalinist nation would be capable of hitting Hawaii’s main islands, which are 4,500 miles from North Korea. It is widely reported that North Korea’s missile tests are prone to malfunctions. Any warhead would be small (around 700-kilograms) and do little damage if it managed to reach Hawaii. The missile and its puny payload would likely be destroyed in the heat of re-entry. North Korea is years away from having the capability to arm a missile with a nuclear payload.

    Honolulu is 7,100 kilometers from North Korea. Seattle is 7,900 and Washington 10,700.

    North Korea has tested its Taepodong-2 twice. The first effort, launched in 2002, failed after 40 seconds, and the second earlier this year did not succeed in putting a small satellite in low earth orbit. The Taepodong-1 has a more consistent testing record. It has an estimated range between 3,800 and 5,900 kilometers, putting it in range of U.S. bases in Guam, Okinawa, and Japan.

    “Accuracy would be problematic. The missile would be as likely to hit ocean as land,” writes the Christian Science Monitor. “Bottom line: For the moment, the chance of North Korea endangering Hawaii, or any other US territory, may be quite small.”

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    Gen. Victor E. Renuart

    North Korea’s error prone and outdated ICBMs would not be possible without 30 year old Soviet technology. “With concerns rising about a possible North Korean long-range missile test this weekend, two independent scientists say the regime may be using an old Soviet ballistic missile to boost a rocket capable of reaching the West Coast of the United States,” reports Fox News.

    Massachusetts Institute of Technology professor Ted Postol and Union of Concerned Scientists’ David Wright have calculated that the second stage of the North Korean rocket launched on April 4 had the external dimensions, engine power and key features of an SS-N 6, a Soviet submarine-launched ballistic missile first deployed in 1968. Another missile expert at MIT, Geoffrrey Forden, told Fox he believes North Korea may have its own production line for SS-N 6 missile components.

    In his three-volume Western Technology and Soviet Economic Development (and also National Suicide: Military Aid to the Soviet Union), British economist Anthony C. Sutton details how the Soviet threat was built by United States corporations and funded by US taxpayers. The Soviet Union’s acquisition of MIRV (multiple independently targetable reentry vehicle) technology was made possible by receiving machining equipment from the U.S. for the manufacture of precision ball bearings needed to mass-produce MIRV-enabled missiles.

    Sutton’s research reveals how in the immediate postwar period the Soviets transferred a large proportion of German industry to the Soviet Union — at least two-thirds of the German aircraft industry, the major part of the rocket production industry, probably two-thirds of the electrical industry, several automobile plants, several hundred large ships, and specialized plants to produce instruments, military equipment, armaments, and weapons systems.

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    “In effect the United States and the NATO countries have built the Soviet Union. Its industrial and its military capabilities,” Sutton claims in National Suicide: Military Aid to the Soviet Union. “Almost all — perhaps 90-95 percent — came directly or indirectly from the United States and its allies.”

    In other words, North Korea’s SS-N 6 technology was made possible by the United States. Minus transfer of technology to the Soviet Union, the North Koreans would not possess outdated SS-N 6 components.

    In many respects, North Korea is a bogeyman created by the United States. This is the case with the country’s nuclear technology, absurdly portrayed in the corporate media as the very embodiment of terror.

    “Amidst the cacophony of condemnation from all sides following North Korea’s second nuclear bomb test, there has been no mention whatsoever of how the secretive Stalinist state got its weapons in the first place — they were paid for by the U.S. government,” writes Paul Joseph Watson. “Both the Clinton and Bush administrations played a key role in helping Kim Jong-Il develop North Korea’s nuclear prowess from the mid 1990’s onwards.”

    Donald Rumsfeld was on the board of technology giant ABB when it won a deal to supply North Korea with two nuclear power plants, according to a report posted on the SwissInfo website.

    North Korea — regardless of all the sensational reports appearing in the corporate media — does not pose a credible threat to the United States. The backward Stalinist nation, barely able to feed its people, is another element of the New World Order’s problem-reaction-solution paradigm (the Hegelian dialectic) cynically used to manufacture crises around the world and then propose draconian palliatives. Our rulers have employed the Hegelian dialectic to manufacture wars and enslave whole populations for more than a hundred years.

    “There is a chance for the President of the United States to use the disaster to carry out what his father, a phrase his father used I think only once, and it hasn’t been used since — and that is a New World Order,” said Gary Hart soon after the attacks of September 11, 2001. North Korea is another pawn in this larger strategy to create enemies where none exist and propose military solutions.

    The ground-based Patriot anti-missile defenses deployed in South Korea and U.S. Navy Aegis system missile-defense ships deployed to waters near Japan in response to North Korea’s archaic missile technology are part of a dog and pony show against an at best negligible threat.

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  • Scavpor 1:22 pm on June 19, 2009 Permalink | Reply
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    Japan warns that North Korea may fire missile at U.S. on Independence Day 

    Mail Online
    June 18, 2009

    North Korea may launch a long-range ballistic missile towards Hawaii on American Independence Day, according to Japanese intelligence officials.

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    The missile, believed to be a Taepodong-2 with a range of up to 4,000 miles, would be launched in early July from the Dongchang-ni site on the north-western coast of the secretive country.

    Intelligence analysts do not believe the device would be capable of hitting Hawaii’s main islands, which are 4,500 miles from North Korea.

    Details of the launch came from the Japan’s best-selling newspaper, Yomiuri Shimbun.

    Both Japanese intelligence and U.S. reconnaissance satellites have collated information pointing to the launch, according to the report.

    It is understood the communist state is likely to fire the missile between July 4 and 8. A launch on July 4 would coincide with Independence Day in the States.It would also be the 15th anniversary of North Korean president Kim Il-Sung’s death.

    The Japanese newspaper also noted that North Korea had fired its first Taepodong-2 missile on July 4, 2006.

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  • Scavpor 5:25 pm on June 3, 2009 Permalink | Reply
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    Census GPS: A Missile at Your Door 

    Doug McIntosh
    Steve Quayle
    June 3, 2009

    This will be the first in a series of essays about the practical aspects of creating a fascist state. I have long written about the New World Order and its intentions of reestablishing the Middle Ages with its Feudal system. That plan is now well along in its implementation in my view. There are still some aspects to be finished, but the fascist state is pretty much in place. It is not completely in place now; however, that is not due to a lack of trying. While there are many different aspects of this rapidly forming global fascist state, one of the key ones is what I call “the knowing state.” By this I mean the global state wants to know everything about you. Again, there are many parts to this general statement. Today I will write about one in particular.

    One of the most distinctive technologies highlighted in the “Star Trek” franchise was the ability of the Federation/Star Fleet to find all of their people any time they wanted. The way Star Fleet did this was to have this little pin on their chests. This particular technique would apply more to microchip technology than to the GPS system in my view. Still, it is clear the NWO watched Star Trek and took notes. Over the last few decades the GPS, or Global Positioning System, has been upgraded far beyond its original intention. In case you forgot, GPS was sold as a way to rescue people who were lost etc. etc. etc. In reality, GPS was always a military system. Always has been and always will be. GPS is a satellite based locator technology, cruising at 22,000 miles in a geo synchronous orbit used by the military to target their missiles. These GPS satellites maintain a relative position with the earth and this allows them to maintain a proper alignment with the earth.

    It is this stable alignment which makes GPS useful in locating objects on Earth.

    GPS has been in the news a lot recently. First, I have seen several articles which say that GPS is in crisis and needs to be upgraded, replaced or whatever. I find that interesting. Further, we are now told that the US Census Department wants to make GPS locator marks on every household location in the USA. Why is that? Such a GPS locator mark doesn’t fall anywhere in the logical mission of the Census Department. Granted, the Census Department, like all government blobs, engages in mission creep. Mission creep is the government version of algae growing in a lake dosed with large amounts of fertilizer run off. Unless you go in there and suck it up with a shop vac, the algae will overwhelm the lake. Likewise, government mission creep is like that.

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    I ask myself exactly why would a civilian census department, originally intended merely to count the numbers of people in the country has done this. Exactly why does the Census Department need to know the precise GPS location of every household in the USA? Of course, the answer is they don’t. The next question is who does and why do they need that GPS locator? Like I said before, GPS is a military technology that has certain non lethal applications. GPS can either be used to locate a missing hiker on Mount Hood, or it can be used to target a Predator drone missile. The choice is all in the use of the technology. Given the history of the US Federal government, at Waco with the Branch Davidians, at Ruby Ridge among others, you will excuse me that I am not buying the Census story.

    The reason is simple. There is absolutely no reasonable, rational or logical reason for the Census Department to have, or need the precise GPS location of every household in the USA. However, there is a need for the Department of Defense to need this kind of info. Things happen in clusters in my view. It is all in the context in my view. If all you look at is the GPS locators, you will miss the big picture. First, we have that pathetic example of humanity called Janet Janet of the Fatherland Security Department with her delusional ranting in these so called reports of hers. We have state level reports, as in Missouri, stating the “terror threat” of certain classes of American citizens. So, the way I see it the GPS locator program makes sense only if you view it from a military standpoint. Otherwise, putting a GPS locator mark on every household in the USA is merely government mission creep gone amuck. However, I do not for one instant think that is the case. It is much more than that. It is much more sinister than that. And it is part of a larger fascist program that is ongoing.

    To put it in the plainest terms possible, the only reason you would use a GPS locator system designed to target military weapons, is indeed you intend to use it for military targeting purposes. Otherwise, why would you do it? You wouldn’t. At this point, I do not particularly care if people think I am a fruitcake, conspiracy nut. We are way beyond that point in the USA of 2009. I am telling you quite openly, in the little remaining time we have left, the main purpose of the 2010 Federal Census is to get these GPS coordinates into the Pentagon Data Base. And the reason to get them into the NWO controlled US military database is they will used to target “dissidents” with the kind of warfare being perfected in Pakistan’s tribal areas as I write this essay. The US military is now engaged in live fire training, under the guise of fighting terrorists, of the specific technology, methodology and techniques which will soon be used here in the USA against “domestic terrorists.” You may believe or not believe as you see fit. You have that freedom for a short time longer.

    I will tell you plainly, the NWO controlled American military wants these GPS markers so they can launch Predator Drone missile attacks, the aptly named HELLFIRE missile I might add, against a long list of undesirables here in CONUS, continental United States. This is my opinion. I think the facts, the history and the current situation all support my conclusion. They, whoever you think “they” are, intend to kill you for your political, religious and cultural views. And they intend to do it in the most intense “shock and awe” manner they can. You can be sure the population control will be much easier if TV shows, for instance, a Predator Drone strike on the Waco compound. The other thing, since the NWO enforcement groups are cowards when faced with actual military resistance, is remote control, GPS based long range missile strikes will reduce their own casualties. These NWO people want to kill you, but they sure don’t want to die while they are doing it.

    This concludes the first essay in the series. One thing I will say for the NWO is they are very precise in their methodology. I do not believe they are very intelligent, but they are cunning and do certain things very well. One of them is to put a missile on a GPS identified target. So, when a HELLFIRE missile shows up at your front door, don’t say I didn’t warn you.

    URL to article: http://www.infowars.com/census-gps-a-missile-at-your-door/

    • Dave 7:06 pm on June 3, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      The GPS issue is real,my home and street were tagged 5 weeks ago(black woman wearing an ID badge on her neck).
      There are only three reasons for this:
      #1,the “predator drone” claim(I doubt it,but who knows)
      #2,serious spying on Americans(you think Google earth is good?,that isn’t crap compared to what the NSA has!)
      #3,during WW2 Europe,civilians would tear down or rearange street signs to stymie invading troops with great effect,if there are ever military roundups(foreign or domestic) of US citizens and there are sympathetic Americans who try to destroy street signs,mailboxes,wall nimbers,it won’t matter at all,they’ll have anyones front door coordinates.
      It’s one or a combination of these reasons folks,spooky stuff.

  • Scavpor 8:22 pm on May 25, 2009 Permalink | Reply
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    Iran sends warships to Gulf of Aden 

    May 25, 2009

    Iran has sent six warships to international waters, including the Gulf of Aden, to show its ability to confront any foreign threats, its naval commander said on Monday.

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    Admiral Habibollah Sayyari, quoted by the ISNA news agency, made the announcement five days after Iran said it test-fired a surface-to-surface missile with a range of 2,000 km (1,200 miles), putting Israel and U.S. bases in the area within reach.

    Iran said on May 14 it had sent two warships to the Gulf of Aden to protect oil tankers from the world’s fifth-largest crude exporter against attacks by pirates but ISNA did not make clear whether they were among the six Sayyari talked about.

    Iranian waters stretch along the Gulf, the Strait of Hormuz and the Sea of Oman. Iran has threatened to block the Strait of Hormuz, through which about 40 percent of the world’s traded oil is shipped, if it were attacked over its nuclear programme.

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