Now China is Gearing up to “Test” Anti-Satallite Weapon

Folks, more stuff comes out daily as we look for news around the world and find that world powers are maneuvering into place. Now there is news that China may possibly be gearing up to “test” their anti-satellite weapon which they tested back in 2007.

Will China Launch an Anti-Satellite Test Soon?

by SPACE.com Staff
Date: 04 January 2013 Time: 04:28 PM ET

China may be gearing up to perform a controversial anti-satellite test this month, perhaps in the next week or two, some experts say.

For several months, rumors have been circulating within the United States defense and intelligence communities that a Chinese anti-satellite test is imminent, says Gregory Kulacki of the Union of Concerned Scientists. It could even be conducted on Jan. 11, the date on which China performed ASAT operations in both 2007 and 2010.

“Given these high-level administration concerns, and past Chinese practice, there seems to be a strong possibility China will conduct an ASAT test within the next few weeks,” Kulacki wrote in a blog post today (Jan. 4). “What kind of test and what the target might be is unclear.”

What else is known about this weapon?  Scalar weapons are meant to block missiles and stop attacks launched from the air. Is this part of what our government is doing with chem-trail spraying? Is it to help the scalar weapons that we have work more efficiently? Scalar weapons are per Tesla could even make a shield for a territory, so it this sheild technology for us? What would happen if the Chinese took out key satallites which we use for military communications?  How effective would our forces be then?

EE Times reports:

China said to be planning ASAT test

George Leopold

1/4/2013 1:45 PM EST

WASHINGTON – China may be preparing another anti-satellite (ASAT) weapon test, according to public interest group, but the type of test and target remain unclear.

The Union of Concerned Scientists said Friday (Jan. 4) that hints of Chinese ASAT test have been circulating for months. Two previous Chinese ASAT test in 2007 and 2010 both occurred on Jan. 11. While the science group said it has been unable to confirm reports originating from inside the Chinese government, a senior analyst said the group has been told by a senior U.S. military official that “the Obama administration was very concerned about an imminent Chinese ASAT test.”

Could Russia and China be working together? Just this week I noticed a report about a new “silent” sub the Russians have.

From Business Insider

The Launch Of Russia’s New ‘Silent’ Sub Is Just One Step In Rebuilding Its Mighty Military

Geoffrey Ingersoll

Russia recently launched its near silent nuclear submarine following several years of development.

The Borey Class submarine, dubbed Vladimir Monomakh, has a next generation nuclear reactor, can dive deeper than 1,200 feet, and carries up to 20 nuclear intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBM).

Each of these “Bulava” ICBM’s can carry ten detachable MIRV warheads, what they call “re-entry vehicles,” capable of delivering 150 kiloton yields per warhead (luckily, tests of the warheads only yielded 11 “successes” out of almost 20 attempts). Which doesn’t mean they aren’t a concern, MIRV’s are what shook the Cold War to its foundation when they first appeared in the 1970s.

The Launch Of Russia’s New ‘Silent’ Sub Is Just One Step In Rebuilding Its Mighty Military

Geoffrey Ingersoll | Jan. 5, 2013, 6:15 AM
Borey

The Sub Report

Russia recently launched its near silent nuclear submarine following several years of development.

The Borey Class submarine, dubbed Vladimir Monomakh, has a next generation nuclear reactor, can dive deeper than 1,200 feet, and carries up to 20 nuclear intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBM).

Each of these “Bulava” ICBM’s can carry ten detachable MIRV warheads, what they call “re-entry vehicles,” capable of delivering 150 kiloton yields per warhead (luckily, tests of the warheads only yielded 11 “successes” out of almost 20 attempts). Which doesn’t mean they aren’t a concern, MIRV’s are what shook the Cold War to its foundation when they first appeared in the 1970s.

And the Kremlin’s not dissuaded or slowing down with plans to build eight additional Borey’s over the next year, at a very reasonable cost of about $700 million each.

The sub is just one portion of a larger effort at re-arming the Russian navy — the Defence Ministry allocated another $659 billion — for another 50 new warships as well.

Russia’s currently engaged in its largest Naval exercise “in decades,” involving four of its fleets — maneuvering within the Black Sea, Baltic Sea, and the Northern and Pacific Oceans. The exercise is an attempt to strengthen its presence in the Mediterranean.

Finally, Russia launched a new “Voronezh-DM class anti-missile radar system” along its southern borders in what some analysts believe is a response to U.S. Patriot missile systems in Turkey.

One in a string of building responses to what it sees as U.S. provocations within a sphere of the world it’s eager again to take control.

Borey

Do you recall the recent embarrassment America suffered when a sub popped up off the coast recently? I can’t find the news story now, but it was not that long ago.  If a ballistic nuclear sub were to be near our shore any number of American cities could be struck within minutes.  The best laid war plans are ones your enemy is unaware of.  With the current occupants in the Whitehouse, I wonder whose side they are really on and if we might have not a Manchurian candidate, but a wholly sold out Communist ready to let America reap it’s “just deserts”.  Why have so many generals been fired recently from our armed services?  I have read stories of servicemen being discharged for no reason this past year.  Are they getting rid of those whom they deem might be willing to stand up to unpatriotic orders?

I did a google search and could not dig up anything about General’s being fired which seemed odd since I know of recent stories about this. Google is controlling searches a lot more these days. I switched to dogpile.com and found some stories. This was one of them:

From the Real Truth Behind the News

Susanne Posel
Occupy Corporatism
November 16, 2012

(This is only a portion of the story)

Lieutenant Colonel Ralph Peters believes that Petraeus’ resignation was forced by the Obama administration because the Petraeus was “not playing ball 100% on their party-line story.”Paula Broadwell, a graduate from West Point and top-level intelligence agent is the perfect plant to discredit Petraeus – simply because the average American is apt to believe the propaganda fed to them by the Zionist-controlled media.

Leon Panetta, Secretary of Defense, is asking for a review of ethics training to mitigate another Petraeus scandal from occurring again. Panetta wrote a memo to General Martin Dempsey, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, without specifically referencing the Petraeus affair.

The Pentagon is being directed by Panetta to conduct this inquiry into military integrity.

Petraeus is just one of recent US Generals who are suddenly being ousted for their participation in questionable activities.

  • General William Ward, former head of ARFICOM was exposed by Panetta for alleged embezzling and misappropriation of funds.
  • General David McKiernan was removed from his post by Panetta during his station as commander of the International Security Assistance Force in Afghanistan in 2009.
  • General John Allen has been relieved of duty because of “inappropriate communications” with one of the women allegedly involved with Petraeus.
  • General Stanley McCrystal, McKiernan’s replacement, was subsequently fired by Obama for alleged comments made in a Rolling Stone article.

Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, chairwoman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee (HFAC) said Hillary Clinton, Secretary of State will eventually testify on the US State Department’s internal review of the attack on Benghazi after the report is complete. Using this excuse, Clinton has assured that her testimony will be delayed without having to commit to a specific date.

Senators John McCain and Lindsey Graham are speaking out publicly against Benghazi-gate. These two Senators want the HFAC to address unanswered questions about Benghazi such as information shared before the attack.

The musical chairs game being played in the White House just after the re-selection of Barack Obama point to a clandestine move toward centralized power in the executive branch that could be in response to rumors of civil war, assassination plots against Obama and the ultimate expansion of presidential power as Obama becomes poised to develop his role as America’s first dictator.

It appears that the whole “he had an affair” is just a ruse to dump some generals.  They are cleaning house, and who are they putting in these men’s places?

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3 comments on “Now China is Gearing up to “Test” Anti-Satallite Weapon

  1. Nice research on this, my friend. I definitely remember the piece about the Russian boomer right off of our coast, here is the only link I could find: http://theintelhub.com/2012/11/06/russians-taunt-conus-defenses-as-nuclear-sub-passes-within-200-miles-of-eastern-seaboard/
    As far as the firing of several generals and the questionability of those firings, I agree with you, they are being put out to pasture for political reasons. Petraeus was the Army’s Wunderkind until he went to the CIA, and then all of a sudden a man with a stellar record gets sacked for unauthorized use of government property (wink-wink, nudge-nudge!). The timing on that would have been just about right for him to get briefed on what lies ahead and to establish that he would have no part of it. It’s an old, old story: sack the generals who disagree with you no matter how good they are at their jobs.

    • Now, why is it there are so few links to this story on google? This definitely should concern Americans. I also think there as one in the gulf of Mexico and off California, but for the life of me I can’t find it. Thanks for finding that story David.

      • You’re quite welcome. The link that I sent wasn’t the story I recall and I can’t find it either…it’s been vanished. Not much of a surprise since it showed that we are still vulnerable. I remembered last night while reading that the one we were looking for was different and that we never knew the sub was there until it was leaving our waters. It was rather chilling to this old sub chaser!

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