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KREMLIN TOUTS DAD OF ALL BOMBS:

Postby Bruce Patrick Brychek » Tue Sep 18, 2007 8:08 pm

09.18.2007

Dear JFK Murder Solved Forum Members and Readers:

Keep watching for signs of the "Return Of The Cold War."

Remember that GHWB and George W. have been Communicationg and Meeting with Vladamir Putin, the
Former Head of the KGB who knows GHWB, the Former Head of the CIA all too well. And understand
that GHWB was as Highly a Confidential, and Secretive Member of Majestic Twelve, as was Allen Dulles,
even after JFK removed Dulles from the CIA. Recall it was GHWB that told President Carter that wanting
to know about Aliens and Roswell was not sufficient, and that Carter DID NOT HAVE SUFFICIENT CLEARANCE
EVEN AS PRESIDENT FOR MANY SUBJECT MATTERS. Never forget that. My Opinion.

Chicago Tribune, Section 1, page 16, Wednesday, September 12, 2007:

KREMLIN TOUTS "DAD OF ALL BOMBS."

"The Russian Military has successfully tested what it describes as the World's Most Powerful Non-Nuclear,
Air Delivered Bomb. Channel One television said Tuesday that the New Weapon, nicknamed the 'Dad Of
All Bombs,' is four times more powerful than the U.S. "Mother Of All Bombs." Unlike anuclear weapon,
the bomb doesn't hurt the environment, an official said."

Commentary:

Any thoughts as we begin to prepare for the next fifty (50) years of yet another "Cold War ?" My Opinion.

Remember that I predicted and stated that GHWB and George W. LAID OUT THE NEW COLD WAR PLANS
WITH VLADAMIR PUTIN ALREADY. Watch and see what develops over the next 5 - 10 - 20 years.

Sounds like long term preparation for bombing, takeover, and immediate occupancy of other countries.

CONTOL OF THE AIR SPACE.

CONTROL OF THE LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES.

CONTROL OF THE POPULATION.

GENOCIDE.

POPULATION CONTROL.

Wasn't this the same thought behind the U.S.Neutron Bomb ?

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Postby M.C.Newton » Wed Sep 19, 2007 2:02 am

"Who controls the past controls the future. Who controls the present controls the past."

Orwell
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KREMLIN TOUTS DAD OF ALL BOMBS:

Postby Bruce Patrick Brychek » Wed Sep 19, 2007 5:53 pm

09.19.2007

Dear JFK Murder Solved Forum Members and Readers"

Mr. M. C. Newton - Thank You for your reply about the Russian Bomb Test. I made copies, and will
be using some of the information in my future writings. As you often do, Newton, you come up with
some really great information and Posts. Thank You from me as a mere fellow JFK Forum Member
who sincerely supports My Trusted and Respected Friend, Mr. Willem Dankbaar, and his JFK Murder
Solved Forum, and all of the Regular JFK Forum Members. I think that this JFK Forum is an excellent
Search Engine overall that will only continue to gain momentum over the years.

I think that the Contributions, Discussions, Facts, Opinions, Points of Information, Subject Matter's
and Theories collected here, while bearing immediate benefit and usefulness, will also create a
Collective Synergy that will render Greater Value in the next 5 - 10 - 20 years, and beyond. My
Opinion.

Additionally, Bob, Ken, Phil, Newton, Croxford, Tom Jeffers, and a few others that I can't think of as
I sit here and write in a rush, Thank You for all of the outstanding work and interest that you provide
to the JFK Forum that benefits all serious Member's and Reader's.

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KREMLIN TOUTS DAD OF ALL BOMBS:

Postby Bruce Patrick Brychek » Sun Dec 06, 2009 3:49 am

12.06.2009

Dear JFK Murder Solved Forum Members and Readers:

As President Obama begins sending 30,000 more Americans to Afghanistan, Iraq, and Pakistan, my
interest in the increased Military Industrial Complex, and "The New Cold War" has been revived. As
I have stated in other Headlines and Posts, I think that "The New Never Ending War On Terror And Evil"
is merely a "repackaging of The Cold War Concept." Those who forget the lessons of history are doomed
to repeat them.

Recall that GHWB and George W. have been Communicationg and Meeting with Vladamir Putin, the
Former Head of The KGB, well known to GHWB, the Former Head of the CIA.

Putin will play an ever increasing part in Global Affairs in the Next 10 - 20 years. My Opinion.

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Re: Kremlin touts 'dad of all bombs:'

Postby Dealey Joe » Thu Sep 11, 2014 2:25 am

Today, September 10, 2014 Russia successfully test
launched a missile 100 times more powerful than the
Atomic Bombs from Hiroshima and Nagasaki.


It was test fired from one of the newest, largest Russian
submarines.


The missile has a range of 3,500 miles.


In 2007 Russia bragged about "...the dad of all bombs."


Now it is deliverable in a missile.


Think the Cold War is dead ?


The Main Stream Media doesn't discuss this.


What do you think Russia and Putin think ?


What do you think ?


Had JFK served 2 terms would we be in these positions
today ?


JFK wanted to change things in our life time and was
killed for it, and made an example of in broad daylight.


Tomorrow is September 11, 2014, the Anniversary of
September 11, 2001.


I remember President George Bush standing under a
banner that said "Mission Accomplished."


What has happened since then ?


Dealey Joe.
If you ask the wrong questions the answer does not matter!
then if you control the questions being asked the answer still does not matter!
To continue doing the same thing over and over and expecting a different result is "Insane"
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KREMLIN TOUTS DAD OF ALL BOMBS:

Postby Bruce Patrick Brychek » Wed Nov 18, 2015 6:41 am

11.18.2015

Dear JFK Murder Solved Forum Members and Readers:

09.18.2007 - I originally Posted this Abrasive, Analytical, Important, Predictive, Probative, and Visionary
Headline. Perhaps the Sense of My Reasoning may make more sense today in light of recent Global and
National Developments.

Recall the Communications and Meetings between GHWB and George W. in the early 2000's with Vladamir
Putin, the Former Head of the KGB, as GHWB was the Former Head of the CIA, and an Invisible, Powerful,
All Knowing Member of Majestic Twelve.

Keep thinking:

CONTROL OF AIR SPACES.

CONTROL OF GLOBAL LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES.

CONTROL OF THE POPULATION.

GENOCIDE.

POPULATION CONTROL.

America and NASA have become the Red Headed Bastard Step-Child of Russia's Space Program. Who is
Really Steering The Global Ship ? It is certainly not Obama and the U.S.A.

Putin and Russia call their own shots, and bow and cower to nobody. Political Correctness is even less in
Putin's Thinking Processes than it is in Trump's Thinking Processes, and Putin is now admired Globally by
Many/Most.

Putin is admired for His Take Charge Leadership by friend and foe alike.

Obama just appeared as the Cover Child For a Gay, Lesbian, and Trans-Gender Magazine, admired by their
Member's and Reader's. OUT Magazine has Obama as the Cover Article for ALLY OF THE YEAR FOR 2015.

Obama and the U.S.A. have become a Meaningless Rubber Stamp, and are ridiculed Globally by Many/Most.

A recent quote by my friend, who is a NASCAR fan, and who accurately monitors Global Affairs has likened
Putin and Russia to both having The Lead and Pole Position as Obama and the U.S.A. are being lapped.

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KREMLIN TOUTS DAD OF ALL BOMBS:

Postby Bruce Patrick Brychek » Fri Apr 07, 2017 3:33 am

04.07.2017:

Dear JFK Murder Solved Forum Members and Readers:

* 09.18.2007 - I Originally Posted this Informative, Powerful Headline, and supporting material.

* 04.06.2017 - President Donald Trump ordered U.S. Military Attacks against an Assad Airbase.

This "...greatly increases the risk of confrontation with Russia and Iran."

THE PERCEPTION OF THIS THREAT ENHANCES THE VIABILITY OF THE COLD WAR, AND THE U.S.
CIA, THE ENTIRE INTELLIGENCE COMMUNITY, AND THE U.S. MILITARY INDUSTRIAL CORPORATIONS
CERTAINLY WILL BENEFIT. 04.07.2017, BB.

While use of banned chemical attacks is abhorrent, less than 100 people were killed.

Chicago, Illinois had 13 murders in the last few days, including a pregnant woman.

Chicago, Illinois has had over 100 murders this year already.

Chicago, Illinois had almost 500 murders last year.

Chicago, Illinois has had almost 18,000 shootings in the last several years.

There is more money to be made in Policing the World, bringing Democracy to the Rest of the
World, and bringing the Perceptions of Freedom to the Rest of the World - WITH "We the
People..." of the U.S. both financing and sacrificing for Fun and Games. 04.07.2017, BB.

As always, I strongly recommend that you first read, research, and study material completely
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KREMLIN TOUTS DAD OF ALL BOMBS:

Postby Bruce Patrick Brychek » Fri Apr 07, 2017 3:39 am

04.07.2017:

Dear JFK Murder Solved Forum Members and Readers:

* 09.18.2007 I Originally Posted this Important, Powerful Headline, and supporting material

US official: Russia deployed missile in violation of treaty
ROBERT BURNS, Associated Press

Russia secretly deploys banned cruise missile: NYT

WASHINGTON (AP) — Russia has deployed a cruise missile in violation of a Cold War-era arms control treaty,
a Trump administration official said Tuesday, a development that complicates the outlook for U.S.-Russia relations
amid turmoil on the White House national security team.

The Obama administration three years ago accused the Russians of violating the 1987 Intermediate-Range Nuclear
Forces Treaty by developing and testing the prohibited cruise missile, and officials had anticipated that Moscow
eventually would deploy it. Russia denies that it has violated the INF treaty.

U.S. intelligence agencies have assessed that the missile became operational late last year, said an administration
official, who wasn't authorized to publicly discuss the matter and demanded anonymity.

The deployment may not immediately change the security picture in Europe, but the alleged treaty violation may
arise when Defense Secretary Jim Mattis attends his first NATO meeting in Brussels on Wednesday. It also has stirred
concern on Capitol Hill, where Sen. John McCain, the Senate Armed Services Committee chairman, called on the Trump
administration to ensure U.S. nuclear forces in Europe are ready.

"Russia's deployment of nuclear-tipped ground-launched cruise missiles in violation of the INF treaty is a significant
military threat to U.S. forces in Europe and our NATO allies," McCain, R-Ariz., said in a statement Tuesday. He said
Russian President Vladimir Putin was "testing" Trump.

Trump's White House is in a difficult moment, with no national security adviser following the forced resignation Monday
night of Michael Flynn. He is accused of misleading Vice President Mike Pence about contacts with a Russian diplomat while
President Barack Obama was still in office.

Meanwhile, a U.S. defense official said Tuesday that a Russian intelligence-collection ship has been operating off
the U.S. East Coast, in international waters. The official was not authorized to discuss an intelligence matter and
so spoke on condition of anonymity. The ship had made a port call in Cuba prior to moving north, where it has been
monitored off the coast of Delaware, the official said.

The New York Times, which was first to report the missile deployment, said the Russians have two battalions of the
prohibited cruise missile. One is at a missile test site at Kapustin Yar and one was moved in December from the test
site to an operational base elsewhere in the country.

The State Department wouldn't confirm the report. It noted that last year it reported Russia was in violation of its
treaty obligations not to possess, produce or flight-test a ground-launched cruise missile with a range of between
500 and 5,500 kilometers, or to possess or produce launchers for such missiles.

"The administration is undertaking an extensive review of Russia's ongoing INF treaty violation in order to assess the
potential security implications for the United States and its allies and partners," State Department spokesman Mark
Toner said.

John Tierney, executive director of the Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation, said strategic stability on the European
continent is at stake.

"If true, Russia's deployment of an illegal ground-launched cruise missile represents a very troubling development and
should be roundly condemned," Tierney said.

Sen. Tom Cotton, an Arkansas Republican, sees little reason for the U.S. to continue adhering to the INF treaty, in light of
Russia's violations. He has recommended building up U.S. nuclear forces in Europe, which currently include about 200 bombs
that can be delivered by aircraft. The U.S. withdrew land-based nuclear-armed missiles from Europe as part of the INF deal.

The treaty has special significance in the recent history of arms control agreements. Signed in December 1987 by
President Ronald Reagan and Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev, it has been credited with helping accelerate an end to the
Cold War and lessening the danger of nuclear confrontation. It stands as the only arms treaty to eliminate an entire class
of U.S. and Russian weapons — nuclear and conventional ground-launched ballistic and cruise missiles of intermediate range.

The Obama administration had argued for maintaining U.S. compliance with the treaty while urging the Russians to halt
violations. At the same time, the Pentagon developed options to counter Russian cruise missile moves, some of which would
have involved bold military action.

At his Senate confirmation hearing in February 2014, Ash Carter, who headed the Pentagon until last month, said disregard
for treaty limitations was a "two-way street," opening the way for the U.S. to respond in kind. He called Russia's violations
consistent with its "strategy of relying on nuclear weapons to offset U.S. and NATO conventional superiority."

President Trump requested Michael Flynn’s resignation after a weeks long review of his contacts with a Russian diplomat
led Trump to conclude he could no longer trust his national security adviser, the White House said Tuesday. But the internal
investigation, led by Trump’s government lawyer, found that Flynn hadn’t violated the law.

“The evolving and eroding level of trust as a result of this situation and a series of other questionable instances is what led
the president to ask for Gen. Flynn’s resignation,” press secretary Sean Spicer told reporters.

Spicer did not detail the nature of the “other questionable instances,” but officials pointed to news accounts of Flynn’s
temper and of National Security Council dysfunction. And one career national security official told Yahoo News that Flynn
had clashed last week with Defense Secretary James Mattis, whose judgment is known to carry great weight with Trump.

Trump removed Flynn ostensibly over a controversy involving contacts between the retired Army lieutenant general
and a Russian diplomat during the transition. Apparently on Flynn’s say-so, top officials including Vice President Mike
Pence and Spicer denied that the conversations touched on the question of U.S. sanctions imposed under the Obama
administration in response to allegations that Russia tried to influence the 2016 election. Flynn at first expressed confidence
that the sanctions didn’t come up, then later allowed that they might have. A bombshell Washington Post report on Friday
disclosed that U.S. intelligence officials possessed transcripts of the calls that contradicted Flynn. Pence press secretary Marc
Lotter said Pence “became aware” that Flynn misled him “based on news reports” on Feb. 9.

White House spokesman Sean Spicer holds a press briefing at the White House in Washington. (Photo: Kevin
Lamarque/Reuters)White House press secretary Sean Spicer (Photo: Kevin Lamarque/Reuters).

“There is nothing the general did that was a violation of any sort. He was well within his duties to discuss issues of
common concern between the two countries,” Spicer said.

National security experts broadly agree that the 1799 Logan Act, which criminalizes unauthorized diplomatic overtures
by nongovernment officials, won’t be invoked — only one indictment has occurred under the law, in 1803. But they note
that Flynn’s overtures could violate the unwritten principle of “one president at a time,” which reserves foreign policymaking
to the sitting president.

Spicer said Trump “was not aware” of the content of Flynn’s contacts with the Russian diplomat and denied that the president
-elect had instructed his aide to discuss the sanctions. The press secretary also reaffirmed Trump’s denial that top aides had
been in touch with the Russian government during the campaign.

The FBI has been looking into whether erstwhile top Trump advisers Carter Page, Paul Manafort and Roger Stone had
improper contacts with Russian officials during the election cycle.

After Pence’s public denials, then-acting Attorney General Sally Yates approached White House Counsel Don McGahn on
Jan. 26 to say that the Department of Justice had information contradicting Flynn’s account, Spicer confirmed. McGahn
immediately “briefed the president and a small group of his senior advisers,” then opened an internal investigation that
“determined that there is not a legal issue, but rather a trust issue,” the spokesman said. But Spicer declined to say whether
any White House officials had read transcripts of Flynn’s calls, or whether those records would be made public.

The New York Times reported Tuesday that FBI investigators questioned Flynn in the first days of the administration
about his Russian contacts.

As the White House labored to contain the controversy, congressional Democrats and some Republicans pushed for
investigations of Trump’s relationship with Russia, and a few lawmakers said that Flynn himself should testify.

“Did Gen. Flynn do this by himself, or was he directed by somebody to do it?” Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., asked on
CNN. “Americans have a right to know whether or not this was a Gen. Flynn rogue maneuver, or was he basically speaking
for somebody else in the White House.”

Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., said that Flynn’s resignation highlights “dysfunction” in the White House and “raises further
questions” about the commander in chief’s relations with Russia.

“The irony of this entire situation is that the president has been incredibly tough on Russia,” Spicer insisted.

Trump has noticeably softened U.S. rhetoric on Moscow, frequently praised Russian President Vladimir Putin during the
campaign, and recently brushed back criticism of the former KGB chief’s authoritarian rule, saying, “There are a lot of
killers. You think our country’s so innocent?” The White House has left it to U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley to criticize Russia’s
annexation of Crimea. And a Jan. 31 State Department statement about renewed fighting in eastern Ukraine, home to
pro-Russia separatists armed and encouraged by Moscow, did not mention Russia.

The removal of Trump’s senior national security aide barely three weeks into his term has rattled the West Wing and
added another burden to officials already weighed down with unusually bitter infighting and the botched rollout of
major policy moves like the president’s new restrictions on travel by seven Muslim-majority nations.

Early in the day, acting National Security Adviser Keith Kellogg, Deputy National Security Adviser K.T. McFarland, and
Homeland Security Adviser Tom Bossert convened an “all-hands” meeting of the National Security Council. The three told
rattled staffers that no one else was leaving or being asked to leave, according to two participants.

It was not clear whom Trump would name to succeed Flynn, though Spicer said the White House hopes to announce the
new national security adviser this week. Leading contenders are thought to include Kellogg, a retired general; former
Vice Adm. Bob Harward; and retired general and former CIA director David Petraeus, who resigned in disgrace after
improperly sharing classified information with a woman with whom he was having an extramarital affair.

Conway struggles to explain why she said Flynn had Trump’s support hours before he resigned, mention to opine
on specific tax or spending proposals, I would point to the importance of improving the pace of longer-run economic
growth and raising American living standards with policies aimed at improving productivity. I would also hope that fiscal
policy changes will be consistent with putting U.S. fiscal accounts on a sustainable trajectory. In any event, it is important
to remember that fiscal policy is only one of the many factors that can influence the economic outlook and the appropriate
course of monetary policy. Overall, the FOMC’s monetary policy decisions will be directed to the attainment of its
congressionally mandated objectives of maximum employment and price stability.

Finally, the Committee has continued its policy of reinvesting proceeds from maturing Treasury securities and
principal payments from agency debt and mortgage-backed securities. This policy, by keeping the Committee’s
holdings of longer-term securities at sizable levels, has helped maintain accommodative financial conditions.

World:

Trump counselor Kellyanne Conway can't say when president, VP were told Michael Flynn misled on Russia call
Kellyanne Conway, counselor to President Trump, said today that she "did not know" whether the president and vice
president were made aware three weeks ago that Michael Flynn, who resigned as national security adviser on Monday
night, had misled the public and was possibly susceptible to blackmail because of his pre-inauguration conversations
with Russia's U.S. ambassador. Flynn resigned because his job had become "increasingly unsustainable," Conway said on
"Good Morning America" today, attributing the incidents that led to his resignation to forgetfulness or misleading
information. "I'm not here to say who knew what when," Conway said, after being repeatedly pressed on what Trump
and Pence knew regarding Flynn's call to the Russian ambassador before the inauguration.
Good Morning America:

Trump knew for weeks that aide was being misleading over Russia: White House
Reuters

Lies upon lies about Michael Flynn: The White House’s official explanation of the scandal makes no sense

I THINK THAT IT IS IMPORTANT TO ANALYZE THE DEVELOPMENTS OF BOTH RUSSIA'S MILITARY AND SPACE
DEVELOPMENTS THAT CLEARLY SEEM TO OUTPACE THOSE OF THE U.S. WHY ? 04.07.2017.

As always, I strongly recommend that you first read, research, and study material completely
yourself about a Subject Matter, and then formulate your own Opinions and Theories.

Any additional analyses, interviews, investigations, readings, research, studies, thoughts,
or writings on any aspect of this Subject Matter ?

Bear in mind that we are trying to attract and educate a Whole New Generation of JFK
Researchers who may not be as well versed as you.

Comments ?

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BB.
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KREMLIN TOUTS DAD OF ALL BOMBS:

Postby Bruce Patrick Brychek » Fri Apr 07, 2017 3:50 am

04.07.2017:

Dear JFK Murder Solved Forum Members and Readers:

* 09.18.2007 - I Originally Posted this Important, Powerful Headline and supporting material.

* 04.06.2017 - President Trump's Ordering of the U.S. Military to launch Tomahawk Cruise Missiles on
Syria brings the risk of threats from both Russia and Iran into FINER focus.

* AS YOU READ MY HEADLINES, POSTS, AND COMMENTS, BEAR IN MIND THE BOTH THE INTELLIGENCE
COMMUNITIES, AND THE MILITARY INDUSTRIAL COMPLEXES FROM THE U.S., RUSSIA, AND IRAN ALL
BENEFIT FROM "THE PERCEPTION OF WARS." 04.07.2017, BB.

As always, I strongly recommend that you first read, research, and study material completely
yourself about a Subject Matter, and then formulate your own Opinions and Theories.

Any additional analyses, interviews, investigations, readings, research, studies, thoughts,
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KREMLIN TOUTS DAD OF ALL BOMBS:

Postby Bruce Patrick Brychek » Fri Apr 07, 2017 3:57 am

04.07.2017:

Dear JFK Murder Solved Forum Members and Readers:

* 09.18.2007 - I Originally Posted this Important, Powerful Headline, and supporting material.

* 04.06.2017 - President Donald Trump Ordered the U.S. Military Attack on Syria beginning with
59 Tomahawk Cruise Missiles.

This enhances the possibilities of serious confrontations and major issues with both Russia and Iran.

HAVE WE RESOLVED ALL DOMESTIC ISSUES IN THE U.S. FOR "We the People..." SO THAT WE MAY INCREASE
OUR ATTENTION, SACRIFICES, AND SPENDING TO POLICE THE WORLD ? 04.07.2017, BB.

RUSSIA CREATES UNSTOPPABLE HYPERSONIC ZIRCON MISSILE WITH NAVY DESTROYING 4,600 M.P.H. SPEED:
James Billington, International Business Times Mon, Mar 27 7:01 AM PDT

RUSSIA NAVY WARSHIP MISSILE:

Russia claims to have created a devastating Hypersonic Missile that travels five times faster than the speed of sound and could rip through Navy Warship Defenses because IT’S TOO FAST TO STOP.

The Kremlin's Zircon missile has been called "unstoppable", "unbeatable" and "undefendable" with a 4,600mph speed that only one defense system in the world can destroy – THAT SYSTEM IS OWNED BY RUSSIA.

The missile employs revolutionary scramjet technology to reach its hypersonic speeds whereby propulsion is created by forcing air from the atmosphere into its combustor where it mixes with on-board fuel – rather than carry both fuel and oxidizer like traditional rockets. This makes it lighter, and therefore much faster.

It uses no fans, rotating turbines or moving parts – just an inlet where air is compressed and a combustor where the air is mixed with fuel. Fewer moving parts also means less chance of mechanical failure.

The Zircon has been in testing stages this year and would be capable of destroying the world's most advanced warships and aircraft carriers in one strike and could be put into action by 2020. The US Navy warns it could be fitted to Russia's nuclear-powered KiIRKOV Warship, where it would have a range of up to 500 miles.

In comparison, the Royal Navy's Sea Ceptor missile, which is designed to destroy incoming missiles can only travel 15 miles and hit top speeds of 2,300mph.

Russia creates “unstoppable’”hypersonic Zircon missile with Navy destroying 4,600mph speed

This presents a huge concern for the Royal Navy and the vulnerability of its new state-of-the-art £6bn ($7.5billion) aircraft carriers the HMS Queen Elizabeth and HMS Prince of Wales, which wouldn't be able to defend against the Zircon. The only way to protect against the Zircon would be to anchor out of its range, which would render many aircraft carriers useless as it would push their planes too far away from targets before they would need to return for fuel.

As always, I strongly recommend that you first read, research, and study material completely
yourself about a Subject Matter, and then formulate your own Opinions and Theories.

Any additional analyses, interviews, investigations, readings, research, studies, thoughts,
or writings on any aspect of this Subject Matter ?

Bear in mind that we are trying to attract and educate a Whole New Generation of JFK
Researchers who may not be as well versed as you.

Comments ?

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KREMLIN TOUTS DAD OF ALL BOMBS:

Postby Bruce Patrick Brychek » Wed Apr 12, 2017 6:30 am

04.12.2017:

Dear JFK Murder Solved Forum Members and Readers:

THE COLD WAR IS PROCEEDING IN SEVERAL COUNTRIES, AND ON SEVERAL FRONTS. (04.12.2017, BB.)

Weapons proliferation is proceeding with NEW, IMPROVED, STATE OF THE ART WAYS TO KILL IN MORE
WAYS THAN EVER BEFORE.

Remember: THERE IS NO PROFIT IN PEACE. YOU WILL NOT SEE PEACE IN YOUR LIFE TIME. AND YOU
WILL NEVER GET THE TRUTH ABOUT PEARL HARBOR, VIET NAM, LAOS, CAMBODIA, JFK, MX, MLK, RFK,
THE OKLAHOMA BOMBING, 09.11.2001, FALSE FLAG OPERATIONS IN A COMPLETE TRUTHFUL FOREMAT
FROM THE U.S. GOVERNMENT - EVER. THEY WILL NEVER CHANGE THE HISTORY BOOKS. (04.12.2017,
BB.)

DEFENSE ONE:

U.S. ARMY EXPLORING “DEVASTATING” NEW WEAPON FOR USE IN WAR WITH RUSSIA:

A monorail dry-run test at Holloman Air Force Base in July 2013 had no payload and used three
representative carbon-epoxy panels mounted on the top and sides of the sled.

BY: PATRICK TUCKER
APRIL 11, 2017

The Kinetic Energy Projectile would be a tungsten warhead that moves at three times the speed of
sound, destroying anything in its path.

Were the United States to go to war with Russia, both sides could draw on deadly weapons that
the world has never seen on a battlefield.

On the Russian side, there are new and smaller tactical nuclear weapons. To counter them, the
U.S. Army is taking another look at a “devastating” weapon it first tested in 2013: the Kinetic
Energy Projectile, or KEP, a tungsten-based charge moving at three times the speed of sound that
can destroy anything in its path.

“Think of it as a big shotgun shell,” Maj. Gen. William Hix, the Army’s director of strategy, plans
and policy, said a few weeks ago at the Booz Allen Hamilton Direct Energy Summit. But unlike a
shotgun shell, Hix said, the KEP moves at incredible speeds of “Mach 3 to Mach 6.”

Randy Simpson, a weapons programs manager at Lawrence Livermore National Lab, explains that
kinetic energy projectiles are warheads that “take advantage of high terminal speeds to deliver
much more energy onto a target than the chemical explosives they carry would deliver alone.”

Said Hix: “The way that they [Lawrence Livermore] have designed it is quite devastating. I would
not want to be around it. Not much can survive it. If you are in a main battle tank, if you’re a crew
member, you might survive but the vehicle will be non-mission capable, and
everything below that will level of protection will be dead. That’s what I am talking about.”

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The general emphasized that the exploration was in a conceptual phase and not yet any sort
of actual program: “We’re looking at ways we might — key, might — use that capability in one
of our existing launch platforms as part of the weapons suite that we have.”

He said the main contender for a launcher would be the Army Tactical Missile System, made
by Lockheed Martin.

In October 2013, an Air Force test team strapped the projectile to a “sled” on the high-speed
test track at Holloman Air Force Base in New Mexico. The goal: to get it moving faster than Mach
3 and see how it might actually work in the air. The test showed that the warhead design
worked; it also provided data to help simulations and modeling.

Why would the U.S. military, which has put untold billions of dollars into precision weapons over
several decades, need such a blunt and terrifying weapon ? To counter small Russian nuclear weapons.

“The Russians … maintain their tactical nuclear stockpile in ways that we have not,” Hix said.

Potomac Institute head Philip Karber, who helped write the Pentagon’s Russia New Generation Warfare
Study, offered a bit more explanation when Defense One spoke to him in January. While the United
States retains just a few of its once-large arsenal of tactical nukes, Karber estimates that Russia
currently has anywhere from 2,000 to 5,000 of the weapons.

“Look at what the Russians have been doing in low-fission, high-fusion, sub-kiloton tactical nuclear
technology,” he said. “It appears that they are putting a big effort…in both miniaturizing the warheads
and using sub-kiloton low-yield warheads.”

Why is that significant ? By shrinking the warhead, you can shoot it out of a wider variety of guns,
including, potentially, 152-millimeter tank cannons.

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“They’ve announced that the follow-on tank to the Armata will have a 152-millimeter gun missile
launcher. They’re talking about it having a nuclear capability. And you go, ‘You’re talking about
building a nuclear tank, a tank that fires a nuke?’ Well, that’s the implication,” said Karber.

Hix says that the use of tactical battlefield nuclear weapons, even very low-level ones, is not
part of official Russian military doctrine, but it is a capability that they are increasingly eager to
show off (and discuss) to intimidate neighbors and adversaries.

“They certainly exercise the use of those weapons in many of their exercises, including the one
that participated in the parking of 30,000 to 40,000 soldiers on the Ukrainian border right before
[the 2014 invasion of] Crimea. That coercive intimidation is a part of their design,” he said.

And while even Soviet generals may have shied away from using tactical nukes, Blix said, Putin’s
military is “a lot more inclined philosophically to see the utility of them.”

Patrick Tucker is technology editor for Defense One. He’s also the author of The Naked Future:
What Happens in a World That Anticipates Your Every Move? (Current, 2014). Previously, Tucker
was deputy editor for The Futurist for nine years. Tucker has written about emerging
technology in Slate.

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KREMLIN TOUTS DAD OF ALL BOMBS:

Postby Bruce Patrick Brychek » Thu Apr 13, 2017 9:00 pm

04.13.2017:

Dear JFK Murder Solved Forum Members and Readers:

THE U.S. JUST DROPPED THE LARGEST NON-NUCLEAR BOMB EVER - "THE MOTHER OF ALL BOMBS."

SUDDENLY THE THREAT OF MAJOR WARS AGAINST OR WITH THE U.S. ARE INCREASING AT GEOMETRIC PROPORTIONS.

THE CIA, THE JOINT CHIEFS OF STAFF, THE MILITARY INDUSTRIAL CORPORATIONS, THE NSA, THE PENTAGON,
THE STOCKHOLDERS HAVE ALL GOT TO BE ECSTATIC.

INVEST, OR MOVE YOUR FUNDS, TO WAR RELATED COMPANIES NOW. THIS ALSO HAS TO BE ANOTHER BOON TO
AMAZON.

COUNTRY JOE AND THE FISH, WHERE ARE YOU WHEN WE NEED YOU AGAIN ?

SUDDENLY PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP IS THE MILITARY INDUSTRIAL CORPORATION'S AND THE INTELLIGENCE
COMMUNITIES' MAN OF THE YEAR, 04.13.2017, BB.

US HIT ISIS WITH LARGEST NON-NUCLEAR BOMB EVER USED:

SPICER: US DROPS “POWERFUL” BOMB IN AFGHANISTAN:

WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. forces in Afghanistan on Thursday struck an Islamic State tunnel complex in eastern
Afghanistan with "the mother of all bombs," the largest non-nuclear weapon ever used in combat by the U.S.
military, Pentagon officials said.

The bomb, known officially as a GBU-43B, or massive ordnance air blast weapon, unleashes 11 tons of explosives.
When it was developed in the early 2000s, the Pentagon did a formal review of legal justification for its combat
use.

The Pentagon said it had no early estimate of deaths or damage caused by its attack, which President Donald
Trump called a "very, very successful mission."

The U.S. military headquarters in Kabul said in a statement that the bomb was dropped at 7:32 p.m. local time
Thursday on a tunnel complex in Achin district of Nangarhar province, where the Afghan affiliate of the Islamic
State group has been operating. The target was close to the Pakistani border.

The U.S. estimates 600 to 800 IS fighters are present in Afghanistan, mostly in Nangarhar. The U.S. has concentrated
heavily on combatting them while also supporting Afghan forces battling the Taliban. Just last week a U.S. Army
Special Forces soldier, Staff Sgt. Mark R. De Alencar, 37, of Edgewood, Maryland, was killed in action in Nangarhar.

The MOAB is a custom-made Air Force weapon that has been in the arsenal for more than a decade but never used
on the battlefield, although it was available throughout the Iraq war. It is designed to hit softer targets such as surface
facilities, tunnel entrances and troop concentrations. It is pushed out the rear of the launching aircraft, guided to its
target by GPS and slowed by a parachute.

A separate non-nuclear weapon known as the Massive Ordnance Penetrator, or MOP, which is larger in its physical
dimensions but carries a smaller load of conventional explosives, is designed to take out deeply buried targets like
reinforced bunkers. The MOP has never been used in combat.

In its 2003 review of the legality of using the MOAB, the Pentagon concluded that it could not be called an
indiscriminate killer under the Law of Armed Conflict.

"Although the MOAB weapon leaves a large footprint, it is discriminate and requires a deliberate launching toward
the target," the review said. It added: "It is expected that the weapon will have a substantial psychological effect
on those who witness its use."

Adam Stump, a Pentagon spokesman, said the bomb was dropped from a U.S. MC-130 special operations transport.
He said the bomb had been brought to Afghanistan "some time ago" for potential use.

Army Gen. John W. Nicholson, commander of U.S. forces in Afghanistan, said in a written statement that the strike
was designed to minimize the risk to Afghan and U.S. forces conducting clearing operations in the Achin area "while
maximizing the destruction" of IS fighters and facilities. He said IS has been using improvised explosive devices,
bunkers and tunnels to strengthen its defenses.

"This is the right munition to reduce these obstacles and maintain the momentum of our offensive against ISIS-K,"
he added, using the U.S. military's acronym for the IS affiliate.

Ismail Shinwari, the governor of Achin district, said the U.S. attack was carried out in a remote mountainous area
with no civilian homes nearby and that there had been no reports of injured civilians. He said there has been heavy
fighting in the area in recent weeks between Afghan forces and IS militants.

White House spokesman Sean Spicer said IS fighters had used the tunnels and caves in Achin to maneuver freely.

"The United States takes the fight against ISIS very seriously and in order to defeat the group we must deny them
operational space, which we did," Spicer said.

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KREMLIN TOUTS DAD OF ALL BOMBS:

Postby Bruce Patrick Brychek » Sat Jun 03, 2017 3:40 pm

06.03.2017:

Dear JFK Murder Solved Forum Members and Readers:

While Superficial Attacks and Overviews from the American Main Steam Media, and Talking
Heads escalate daily, weekly, and monthly, ...

WHERE IS THE FOCUS IN AMERICA TODAY ?

THERE IS NO DEMOCRACY IN AMERICA. THAT IS A PRIMARY FALLACY.

THERE IS NO PROFIT IN PEACE. REMEMBER THAT.

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Re: KREMLIN TOUTS DAD OF ALL BOMBS:

Postby kenmurray » Sun Jun 04, 2017 10:40 pm

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KREMLIN TOUTS DAD OF ALL BOMBS:

Postby Bruce Patrick Brychek » Sat Sep 09, 2017 3:38 pm

09.09.2017:

Dear JFK Murder Solved Forum Members and Readers:

09.18.2007 - Almost 10 years ago to the date, I Originally Posted this Abrasive, Apocryphal, Caustic, Distilling, Important, Visionary Headline, and Supporting Material.

This did not generate the attention and discussion that I had hoped it might. Perhaps today ! (09.09.2017, BB).


Rumors Swirl That Russia Has Dropped 'Father of All Bombs'
Did Putin drop the largest conventional bomb in the world in Syria?

By Kyle Mizokami
Sep 8, 2017

Unconfirmed reports from Syria claim that Russia has dropped what is considered the largest, most powerful non-nuclear bomb in the world. According to reports on Twitter, the bomb was allegedly dropped near the Syrian city of Deir ez-Zor.

The gigantic bomb, officially the Aviation Thermobaric Bomb of Increased Power (ATBIP), is also know as the "Father of All Bombs" (FOAB). FOAB is a so-called thermobaric weapon, a type of munition that releases a cloud of flammable gas over the target before detonating it. In addition to the heat of the explosion, this approach also creates a deadly pressure wave that is particularly damaging against enclosed spaces, including tanks, caves, and bunkers.

Getty Wotjek Laski

According to The War Zone, FOAB disperses a cloud of ethylene oxide and aluminum before detonating it. Ethylene oxide is a flammable, colorless gas, a byproduct of consumer products such as antifreeze. Ethylene oxide rapidly expands upon heating, causing fire and explosion.

At the time of the bomb's first test in 2007, the then-deputy chief of the Russian General Staff claimed it was "comparable to nuclear weapons." That's a little hyperbolic, but he's not entirely wrong. At 44 tons of explosive yield, the FOAB approaches the yield of a tactical nuclear weapon. The American W48 warhead, part of the M454 155-millimeter nuclear artillery shell, had an explosive yield of 70 to 100 tons.

The bomb is called the "Father of All Bombs" to place it in the same class as the 11-ton American GBU-43/B, also known as the "Mother of All Bombs." MOAB was recently used in Afghanistan against a series of cave complexes used by ISIS forces.

Exactly how the bomb was deployed over Syria is a good question. As The War Zone points out, Russian footage of the 2007 test (see above) implies a Russian Aerospace Force Tu-160 "Blackjack" strategic bomber was the delivery vehicle, but the actual drop footage appears to show the bomb rolling out the back ramp of a transport aircraft. The American MOAB is rolled out the back ramp of a modified C-130 Hercules transport aircraft.

Deir ez-Zor has been heavily battered by almost all factions in the Syrian Civil War, having been bombed by Russian Aerospace Force bombers, the U.S. Air Force, and even Iranian short-range ballistic missiles.

Read more at The War Zone

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