ATTACK ON THE KERCH BRIDGE BY RODS OF GOD?
All my weekend company is gone, and I have to say it was nice (and a bit of a relief) to see Catherine Fitts again and to record her third quarter Solari wrap up. It was a relief because... well, there are just some people one looks to for a kind of reassurance of stability, and that no matter how screwy the leadership is, some things, and some people, are just irrelevant. To quote Ms. Fitts from last Sunday's recording session, "Biden is just irrelevant." Bottomless corruption and stupidity will do that, even to (alleged) presidents. What's not irrelevant, however, is that attack on the bridge built across the Kerch straits, connecting the Crimea to mainland Russia.
We all know the narrative by now: allegedly a Syrian driver with connections to some fundamentalist Islamic group drove a fertilizer bomb onto the bridge, with the Ukrainian intelligence services allegedly cheering him on, and blew up the bomb, just as a freight train carrying diesel fuel was passing on the railroad span, and knocking two sections of two lanes into the water, leaving two lanes (or in some versions, one lane) of the road bridge traversable. Later the railroad span was reopened. Adding to the mystery of the whole affair, the Ukrainian government supposedly released postage stamps depicting the event within a few hours of the attack, making it appear rather obvious that it had something to do with planning the attack. And with Syrians with Islamicist connections allegedly involved, one might as well connect the dots all the way to the US intelligence community, and the McCain faction thereof. Oh, and by the way, the bomb was allegedly an ANFO (or ammonia nitrate fuel oil) bomb, but just in case you're getting confused about which bombing we're talking about, this driver was not arrested after the incident for speeding down the roadway in a car with no license tags, and his name is not Thomas McVeigh, and no, I continue to have difficulty believing that an ANFO bomb can bring down cantilevered buildings with concrete columns reinforced by rebar, just as I have similar difficulties that such a bomb might have collapsed the two sections of the Kerch bridge. Unlike Oklahoma City and its bomb, the amount of "sootification" that resulted from the explosion, particularly on the passing freight train, appears commensurate with what an ANFO bomb would leave.
It's probably speculations and musings like that that are leading some in the alternative media to question the ANFO bomb narrative already, according to this article shared by K.M. and M.B.:
The first thing to note is that the story of the truck bomb appears to have originated with the American propatainment media:
Over the weekend, the Washington Post and Forbes pumped out gross misinformation that a truck bomb blew up the bridge section, à la the false flag attacks that occurred under the World Trade Center in 1993 and outside the Murrah building in the 1995 Oklahoma City Bombing. But, operationally, the forensic evidence shows that was not the case with the $3.6 billion, 12-mile-long Kerch Strait Bridge. Constructed from 2015 to 2018, connecting annexed Crimea with mainland Russia, the dual-purpose bridge, designed with the latest high-tech surveillance and security measures, appeared invincible from a typical lone wolf or terrorist attack.
Well, the problem with this is that there does appear to be a video of a truck blowing up, and I have no difficulty believing that, but let me explain why: if you're at all familiar with the Oklahoma City bombing, the truck bomb that allegedly accomplished the destruction of the building simply could not have done so, since there was a fractured column in the second row of columns behind the front row of columns that also collapsed. Such a thing simply could not have happened because the physics doesn't support it. The brissance of the explosion would have fallen off far too quickly, and been incapable of fracturing that column.
In short, the OKC ANFO bomb was a diversion from the demolition charges inside the building. Is this beginning to sound a bit familiar and 9/11-ish?
So what did bring the Kerch Bridge roadway sections down? and who's responsible? I don't think the Russians would do it, for the simple reason that I also don't think that they would blow up their own pipeline. Besides, they didn't have to blow up their own pipelines; they could have simply turned them off. They might be capable of a false flag operation blowing up their own bridge, provided (1) they leave the bridge in a repairable condition (which it appears to be) and (2) provided they leave enough of it function to provide some minimum of traffic and supply back and forth between the mainland and the peninsula (which also appears to have occurred). But what the Russians probably could not do was coordinate all of that with the issuance of Ukrainian postage stamps hours later depicting and commemorating the event.
Which still leaves us with the "whodunnit" question. Given the modum explosionis of Oklahoma City and even the 1993 World Trade Center bombing, not to mention 9/11 itself, it seems reasonable to conclude that one is looking at an obvious signature of the globalist factions of western intelligence. The explosion was designed to mask the use of the real method that brought the spans down.
Enter the "rod of God" as the modum explosionis:
Other online researchers suggested the blast was a result of a boat bomb. That, too, serves as a red herring, a misleading explanation. Two different bridge spans—railway and highway—built at two different elevations, separated by some 80 feet apart, were not hit by a bomb from either a single vehicle or watercraft. For the latter, none of the concrete bridge piers on either viaduct suffered damage.
These facts rule out both a truck bomb and a boat bomb; as such, they also eliminate the Ukraine Special Forces Service from being involved in the bridge strike.
So, what armaments exploded on the two parallel spans?
If neither the sea nor the land caused the blasts, then only an attack from the air can explain what took place.
As seen in the image below, the photograph taken after the attack discount the truck or boat bomb theories—especially when the aerial photo shows the hallmark of a few surgical strikes from the air. The blasts were so precise and well-timed that they blew up a chemical train in two different places on the railway span, with another strike on the highway bridge below.
Or to put this argument a bit differently perhaps, it is the fact that the middle roadway span did not collapse, nor appears to have sustained any collateral damage similar to that seen on the railroad span, which was also damaged along with the collapsed roadway, that is the mystery.
The article then links a video from someone describing himself or herself as Nikola 3 @ ronin19217435 which appears to show a "something" hitting the bridge from the sky. A "rod of God":
For decades, the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) needed a non-explosive device to get around strict conventions and rules of engagement set forth by international law on space-based weapons. That is especially true when firing on a civilian target, such as the Kerch Strait Bridge. No military wants to be brought before a tribunal for war crimes.
In the 1990s, the U.S. DoD launched a black budget program called “Project Thor” to install such a weapon in space. The United States developed the “kinetic bombardment” system without carrying any explosive payload. The “Rods of God,” as the Thor system is mythically referred to, fires tungsten steel “telephone poles” at hypersonic speeds from orbit. With the great distance from space plus the mass and density of the rods shot at super-high velocity, the friction of the air ignites the “tungsten thunderbolt” into a fiery projectile upon reaching the earth.
Evidence indicates—especially from the leaked Russian infrared video—that the same Thor weapon system struck the Kerch Bridge at least three times. Once on the lower highway span, while the other two bolts hit the railway viaduct above.
The Thor tungsten projectiles can be fired down to earth either from a hypersonic aircraft or from a revolver-type firing space system. Military GPS and computer guidance system do the rest all the way down to its target.
Now some might be arguing that coordinating a truck with a disaffected Islamicist terrorist along with the timing of a "rod of God" attack and a commemorative Ukrainian postage stamp might just be too much to get to work altogether so precisely.
Maybe, but I beg to differ. All the "rod of God" operator has to do is to watch the live-satellite imagery as the truck drives onto the bridge, and fire the weapon accordingly. The postage stamps are already printed.
So if the video is true, then, yes, someone appears to have attacked the Kerch strait bridge with such a weapon. Certainly the USA has them, as the article indicates. Doubtless Russia does as well, and anyone else who can throw a satellite up there into orbit (China, Japan, Germany, France, India...the usual list of suspects, not to mention now, corporations and "other non-state actors"). I'm reminded of the comment of the American general just a few years ago during the Trump administration, when "all options" for dealing with North Korea's latest provocation were "on the table," and a reporter loudly asked the general, "Does this include kinetic weapons?" which elicited a simple and very direct military "Yes" from the general.
Here's the very bad news, folks. If the speculation in the article is true, then we've just seen the first more-or-less confirmed use of a kinetic space-based weapon during war, and a very small version of the weapon to boot, firing a very small "rod" at very slow speed. Remember, force equals mass times acceleration. These weapons can be made much larger and much faster, and capable of causing much much more damage than simply taking down a bridge. The damage they could conceivably cause is on the order of nuclear weapons, without the nasty fallout from using them. We are perhaps looking at a weapon with a kind of "dial-an-effect", capable of firing various masses of "rods" at various velocities to achieve various specific tactical (small scale) or operational (larger scale), or even strategic (mass destruction) effects.
And this, perhaps, explains why Mr. Putin is upping the nuclear rhetoric, for remember, during the Cold War, the Soviet Union launched and deployed a number of anti-satellite satellites... which used kinetic impacter weapons that take out opposing satellites. There's no telling what other capabilities they may have had, because Russia still isn't talking.
And let's also not forget, in this context, that NASA recently successfully concluded its DART experiment, launching a kinetic impacter on an asteroid, and thus demonstrating, for those paying attention to the implications, an interplanetary bombardment capability....
See you on the flip side...
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