President Vladimir Putin addressed the Federal Assembly, including the State Duma Parliamentarians, regional governors, members of the Federation Council and other high ranking Russian officials in Moscow on March 1, 2018, eight days ago. His words, however, are timeless in their warrior-profundity and practicality for our future.
President Putin did not mince words and his words would have resonated with average Americans like a locomotive between the eyes. Except average Americans never heard President Putin’s remarks.
Main Stream Media decided for you that Putin’s words and the video that he played to roaring applause from Russia’s elite, are unimportant, even while CNN, MSNBC and the networks carp and cry about purported collusion between President Donald J Trump and Russia. Collusion that never occured.
What did occur was Vladimir Putin enumerating classified weapons systems (again to thunderous applause) that are faster, quieter, carry higher payloads and are so stealthy that any foe may be annihilated before detection of said weapons. Also, according to President Putin, “there is no range limitation.”
Should Americans be aware of this?
Multiple roving cameras covered the large audience and there were innumerable expressions of satisfaction and even unconfined glee, among Russia’s elite; the power players’ celebration of a “regional power” graduating to back to its previous global superpower status.
President Putin’s sentiments ran verbatim, “Efforts to contain Russia have failed. Face it.” He later remarked, “Nobody listened to us. Listen now.”
Once applause and the obvious energy buzzing around Manzeh Central Exhibition Hall mellowed; the volume indicative of loud consensus that will certainly propel Mr Putin into his fourth term as Russia’s President (with an approval rating of 80%), once the hall quieted, President Putin asked that a queued video be played.
While cohosting The Hagmann Report alongside Joe Hagmann on Tuesday March 6, 2018, I methodically went through a number of screen captures that tell the story of Russia’s aforementioned hypersonic missile making its way from base, to ignition, to implied destruction. The ICBM shot perfectly vertical into space and began its journey halfway around the globe.
But first, back to Russia’s other new toys. Russia has been quietly and intensely in research and development since The United States unilaterally withdrew from the ABM Treaty in 2002. The results? In President Putin’s words, Russian weapons technology has developed to a place where Mr Putin promises a ,”decisive breakthrough.”
After pledging Russian military might as a global balancing factor, he noted, “We’re not threatening anyone–Russia’s growing military might is a reliable guarantee of peace on our planet because it ensures the strategic balance in the world.”
The new examples of Russia’s military advances include cruise missiles with “unlimited range.”
Video footage showed underwater drones, launched from submarines, striking coastal cities. But the jaw-dropper was yet to come. The revealing of Russia’s military technological prowess had such an unusual air of festivity that President Putin even announced that there is a contest being held to name some of
the new weapons systems!
His message was twofold and clear: Russia has advanced weapons systems that American intelligence agencies and the average American main stream news consumer are totally unaware of. And any attack on Russia or her allies (think, Syria and Iran) will initiate a retaliatory strike from Russia without hesitation.
As the video, charting the flight of the hypersonic missile played behind the Russian President, viewers witnessed the circumnavigational flight capability of said missile and the ICBM reentry, followed shorty thereafter by the separation of the nose cone, revealing a MIRV (Multiple Independent Reentry Vehicle) configuration.
As President Putin’s audience applauded their approval, I wondered, why Florida?
The answer: total crippling of CENTCOM (US Military, Middle East Command) and SOCOM (Central and South America Command).
But wait! There’s more!
President Trump’s treasured Mar a Lago also lies directly in the path of the shotgun-like spread of warheads carrying 200 tons of destructive power each.
I promised you that this has something to do with The Clintons; and believe me it does.
Skolkovo Innovation Center:
Malia Zimmerman, writing for Fox News back on August 10th, 2016 nailed Clinton cash directly to what evolved into President Putin’s confident remarks regarding Russian military innovations (and the perceived potential destruction of Florida).
This from Fox News:
“A 2010 program headed by then Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to help Moscow develop a ‘Russian Silicon Valley’ may instead have drawn some of America’s biggest tech companies into ‘industrial espionage.”
“Major US corporations like Boeing, Google, General Electric, Cisco and Microsoft – also generous donors to the Clinton’s family foundation – were solicited by Clinton to invest more than a billion dollars in the Skolkovo tech park, outside Moscow, formally called the Skolkovo Innovation Center.”
Just to satisfy American tax payers’ curiosity, in fiscal year 2010, both Boeing and General Electric paid ZERO in Federal Taxes, leaving the American Middle Class, through their dutifully paid taxes, effectively subsidizing the venture capital that went to Hillary’s “Russian Silicon Valley” scheme!
A scheme that The Russians, as recently as March 1, 2018 seem to have few qualms demonstrating could result in the global thermonuclear drowning of Florida!
The Five Year Plan…or “Pay to Play”
If you have not seen Peter Schweizer’s documentary “Clinton Cash” then you absolutely must set aside some time and view it on YouTube (before Google deletes it). He also wrote a smash non fiction book by the same title.
Laura Italiano, writing for the NY Post on July 31, 2016 quoted “Clinton Cash” author, Schweizer as follows:
“I think the idea that you’re going to help develop a Russian version of Silicon Valley, which, by the way, will be controlled by the Russian government, and then not to expect that the technology will be siphoned off for military uses, is incredibly naive.”
In her concise investigative piece, Laura Italiano further quoted Peter Schweizer as saying,”Of the 28 US, European and Russian companies that participated in Skolkovo, 17 of them were Clinton Foundation donors.” (Emphasis mine.)
The dangerous and quintessentially globalist approach to the traditional post-World War Two enemy of America was all part of a plan cooked up by then Secretary of State, Hillary Rodham Clinton and her Russian counterpart, Sergei Lavrov.
These two infamously played with a handprop “reset” button in Geneva in 2009. So the EU and American mega-corporations would pound a big red “easy” button and help Russia get back on her feet (after the CIA took down their economy in the early 1990’s).
Almost one billion bucks poured in. A cool million of which was handed over by Cisco, facilitating the money that would, over a five year period, expand Russia’s economic base from fossil fuel, natural gas, rare earth minerals and weapons manufacture into the 21st Century of supertech.
The only problem was (is) what is known around think tanks and Pentagon environs as “Dual Use” Technologies. As the name implies (and Iran has demonstrated in no uncertain terms) nations must use extreme discernment when sharing specific technologies. Often civilian innovation and tech-breakthroughs can easily be transferred to military applications.
Question: with all we have learned since 2009 from investigative journalists like Doug Hagmann and Dr Jerome Corsi, is it a stretch to assume that American military industrial complex-corporations like General Electric and Boeing would be attracted to signing onto the Clinton-Lavrov “five year plan” in order to gain front row access to the US Secretary of State? Furthermore, willingly joining Cisco in cutting multi million dollar checks…to future global competition.
And since when does America engage in “five year plans?”
The Fate of Florida
The good news is that according to notes presented to me on March 6, 2018 by Doug Hagmann, “By 2012, US military researchers were warning that Skolkovo ventures include work related to Russian defense capabilities.”
The bad news is that the interim period between 2009 and 2012 (let alone six years hence) may as well be eons when compared to President Putin’s uber-confident description of the new hypersonic missile system that, he said, “heads for its target like a meteorite.”
Update March 9, 2018 11:41am EST:
Dr Peter Vincent Pry wrote an excellent piece on the specifics of Russia’s nuclear capability that is posted at All News Pipeline. I highly recommend supplementing this piece with Dr Pry’s article.