This is an interesting story, or rather stories, brought to my attention in the first case, by Mr. S.D. who supplied the first article that concerns us today, and by Mr. P.T., who supplied the second. And I can assure the readers, that neither gentleman knows the other, nor were they looking to confirm the other's contributions.

So let's start with the first article. Russia's space and defense "tsar", Dmitry Rogozin, has made some interesting comments lately about Russia's tactical and strategic ballistic missile deterrent, and the American missile defense system's ability to interdict them:

U.S. Missile Defense Can’t Stop Them, Claim Russians

Note what Rogozin has said:

"Both the Russian and U.S. military continue to stoke World War 3 fears, with a Russian deputy prime minister now claiming that Russia’s nuclear weapons cannot be stopped by U.S. missile defense systems in the event the new Cold War becomes hot.

"In a related report by TheInquisitr, the U.S. Navy railgun system being tested over the next several years has a projectile which is claimed to be capable of knocking a cruise missile out while in flight. The Russian Navy has also increased their production rate for Russia’s nuclear submarine fleet, with the Russians planning on laying out five subs while the U.S. Navy is only shooting for two in 2015.

"Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin is overseeing the modernization of Russia’s nuclear weapons capabilities and during a talk show on the state-run Rossiya 1 television channel boasted that Russia had managed to develop a new technological breakthrough which will somehow overcome any U.S. missile defense system.

“'We will not disclose those technical details to anybody,' Rogozin said, according to The Moscow Times. 'But I can tell you one thing: The work conducted today on combat missile technologies … shows that neither the current, nor even the projected American missile defense system could stop or cast doubt on Russia’s strategic missile potential.'"(Emphases added)

Now, of course this could all just be bluster, a Potemkin village or a maskerovka design to bluff the west with the old "we have a secret technology that renders your missile defense system useless" ploy. Except that readers here will recall the USS Donald Cook incident from last year during Russia's "invasion" of the Crimean peninsula, when the Cook, an Aegis-class missile frigate, was "buzzed" by two obsolescent Russian Sukhoi-25 fighter-bombers, and, much to the chagrin of the US Navy, appeared to shut down the frigate's entire missile defense radar system and the shipboard computers(which in one version of the story the crew couldn't even reboot) while they executed no less than twelve passes over the ship. Of course, there are some who do not think anything of this story, and the US Navy was very quick to put out the old "they don't have such capability and the Donald Cook put into the Romanian port simply for 'routine maintenance' and the Russians had nothing to do with it give us a break" ploy. So, set aside, for the moment, whatever the Donald Cook incident may afford by way of some sort of corroboration of Mr. Rogozin's remarks, and consider this second story which, as I indicated, was shared by Mr. P.T. completely independently of Mr. S.D.'s sharing of the first story:

Now, one has to parse what little information there is in this article rather carefully, for it admits of several possible explanations:

"Rumble at startup and the flying missiles were seen and heard by the residents of Konstantinovka, Druzhkovka, Alekseev-Druzhkovka and several other settlements.

"The direction of launch: Donetsk, Gorlovka. The first launch was made at 16:00, the second at 18:30.

"Due to outdated components of the missiles and not without the help of providence (God is still with us!), both missiles had not reached their targets, having broken off in the sky in the vicinity of Gorlovka.

"Exact time of launch and location of the explosion of the missiles in the air need to be verified further."

There you have it. The Ukraine fired two missiles toward the Donetsk region, and, due to their "age", they either malfunctioned, or the Ukrainians self-destructed them...

...or, since they were fired toward the Russian-friendly Dontesk region, the Russians may have taken them out by some other means.

My money is on the Russians being true to their word: they have something, and are quietly staging incidents to let the psychopaths in the District of Corruption know it. The trouble is, as the old adage has it, the light is on there, but nobody is home. Or in this case, the light isn't on at all, and they're just a few flies short of a Happy Meal.

See you on the flip side.

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Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. old97polarcat on February 5, 2015 at 12:37 pm

    The Cook incident, to me, seems shaky if only for the reason that, if you had such capabilties, you would not want your adversary to know about it. The Russian gain nothing by revealing such jamming tech.
    I do not doubt that the Russians might be able to jam, but just that they would demonstrate it is such a manner.

  2. Reno on February 4, 2015 at 6:31 pm

    I think we’ve known for 50 years that we couldn’t survive a Russian nuke attack.

  3. DownunderET on February 4, 2015 at 2:02 pm

    Oh boy, the ol’ cat and mouse game of the Titans. It doesn’t matter who has what weapons, the thing that everyone has to realize is that if you fire off a nuke, then your pretty sure your going to get one back pretty soon. So they can have all the secret weapons, and they can demonstrate them all they want, but it’s going to take some REALY big brass one’s to push the button, and I don’t think it’s going to happen.

  4. marcos toledo on February 4, 2015 at 10:20 am

    Science Fiction as usual has been made all too real. Buck Rogers-Flash Gordon are here and have been here for god knows how long. Now if only we had access to Enterprise 1701, Battlestars, Imperial Cruisers to escape these psychos before they blowup the World.

    • Lost on February 4, 2015 at 11:57 am

      I don’t think Imperial Cruisers were about helping people. Not Battlestars either.

      I think the point is to use the tech that could build those things to make the world cleaner an more habitable for every person and animals and trees.

      So sort of like the Star Trek original series ideal.

  5. Robert Barricklow on February 4, 2015 at 8:58 am

    The light at the end of the tunnel has been turned off by the neoliberals(read dual Israeli citizens?). Those Mullin Crazies Out-of-the-Box breather are beyond sanity. The Russians will just have to kill the insanity[Now there’s a secret weapon that would save the world].
    Weaponize an Anti-Insanity device.
    Sanitize World Leadership.

  6. Lost on February 4, 2015 at 7:20 am

    The Donald Cook claims appear entirely made up. And likely made up as a distraction, likely by the US.

    No that such weapons don’t exist, but both sides have them.

    Ballistic missiles once fully launched are next impossible to stop without resorting to science fiction-like force field tech. Neither side would ever want to admit having that tech.

    Right, destruction at the launch pad is much easier, but then has to be done individually.

  7. Gaia Mars-hall on February 4, 2015 at 6:52 am

    The 9/11 Attacks were as much a show of destructive technologies as it was a coup.

    The message to the world, ‘See what we got and we are insane enough to use it on our own people’

    9/11 though may or may not have had exotic technologies used, but more smoke, mirrors and dynamite.

    • Lost on February 4, 2015 at 7:36 am

      Dynamite + smoke and mirrors didn’t crumble 1400′ of tower down to 250′ in a matter of 10 seconds. The only way that dynamite (or thermite) could do that is if it were planted at every significant joint in the buildings throughout the entire height. And somebody would have noted that fact months in advance. The towers weren’t empty buildings. Similar tech probably crumbled the reactor building at Fukushima, though there at least there was also an explosion at the right time.

      • Reno on February 4, 2015 at 6:38 pm

        Though I’ve been told the “fire drills” were gradually extended to 2-3 hours. Don’t know if true.

  8. WalkingDead on February 4, 2015 at 6:33 am

    One might go to Tom Bearden’s website to research just what these capabilities might be…

    • Lost on February 4, 2015 at 8:15 am

      Or one could look at Bearden’s website for distractions mixed with real holes in physics. And no I don’t think he’s entirely wrong, but many parties have some access to these types of weapons.

    • justawhoaman on February 4, 2015 at 10:07 am

      Holes or no holes, thank you for the suggestion.
      Pretty fascinating.

      • Lost on February 4, 2015 at 12:00 pm

        The holes in physics Bearden points out can in fact be the most important part of his website.

        Some of the recent DVDs are good too.

        The “all a Soviet extension of quaternions” gets tiresome.

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