THE REAL RUSSIA STORY — Port Canaveral “Project Pelican” and Uranium One deals connected through the Jafars

What the America’s leaders essentially have likely allowed is Russian nuclear weapons within the United States. Let that sink in the next time someone laughs and says America won’t or can’t be successfully attacked by the Russians and Chinese, or the Iranians. The average person can only foresee planes, ships and nuclear weapons from afar coming over, when in fact Russia could have a nuclear trojan horse already inside the gates. The Chinese version of what the Russians are doing can be linked to its state-owned COSCO company, which has hundreds, if not thousands of shipping containers within the United States — as well as management controlling key shipping ports like the one in Los Angeles.

JFK also spoke of a Russian nuclear bomb in an embassy within Washington, D.C. during his tenure:

Were the Russians Hiding a Nuke in D.C.?

More on the Club-K Container system can be read about under the following previous posts:

Northcom: Russian Cruise Missile Threat to U.S. Grows

Expert: Iran ships a dry run for later nuclear/EMP attack; humiliate Obama

 

 

Gulftainer is connected to the Uranium One deal.

Gulftainer is the Iraqi Jafar family’s UAE-based ports company that is tightly connected to Russia and Saddam Hussein’s nuclear weapons programs.

In 2014 the Obama administration awarded Gulftainer a 35-year lease to Florida’s Port Canaveral cargo container terminal in a secret deal code-named “Project Pelican.”

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Russian Navy to have nigh-unstoppable hypersonic missiles by 2018 – report

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A hypersonic missile displayed at an exhibition at the Alexander Bereznyako Raduga Design Bureau © Sergey Mamontov / Sputnik

 

Russia’s military-industrial complex has shortened the timeframe for the introduction of the hypersonic missile by four years, moving the mass production of Zircon rockets from 2022 to 2018, TASS reports, citing a source in the industry.

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Russian Military Industry Set to Become Driver of Civilian Economy

Russian war preparations have now been shifted into high gear.

As you may recall from a previous post, the Russian lying game is a game the Russians play well, and it’s in play now as they mentioned plans to make the military industrial complex the main driver of the Russian economy.

To put this in simple terms, war will now be the main business for Russia.

 

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Workers of the JSC Uralvagonzavod assemble tanks on the production floor. In addition to its military production, the company is one of the largest scientific and industrial complexes in Russia. © Sputnik/ Sergey Mamontov

 

Economic analyst Dmitri Pskezin comments on the Russian government’s plans to successfully convert cutting-edge developments in Russia’s military sector to the civilian economy.

Last week, Deputy Prime Minister Dmitri Rogozin, responsible for the development of Russia’s defense industry, announced that by 2020, the country’s military-industrial complex would become the driver of the Russian economy.

According to the official, this will become possible “only when every defense enterprise…[is] subject to the logic of parallel development in civilian industry. And not just any production, but high tech products accompanying the production of military products.”

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