WW4 File: UKRAINE-RUSSIA WAR: NORAD/ NORTHCOM chief, Adm. Gortney, admits Russia still threat to N. American security: “This past year has marked a notable increase in Russian military assertiveness. Should these trends continue over time, NORAD will face increased risk in our ability to defend N. America against Russian air, maritime and cruise missile threats. We watch very carefully what they are doing”; Gortney to reporters: NORAD moving communications gear back to Cheyenne Mtn., nuclear bunker “EMP-hardened,” reverses 2006 relocation to Petersen AFB in Colorado Springs; Gortney to Senate Armed Services Cmte.: Upgrade needed for North Warning radar sites across Canadian Arctic, current installations unable to track “low-altitude cruise missiles”; Russia’s top general, Valery Gerasimov, reiterates Kremlin’s late-2000s threat to target missile shield in former East Bloc (e.g., Poland, Romania, etc.): “Nonnuclear powers where missile-defense installations are being installed have become the objects of priority response”; Moscow brands new Nordic Pact between NATO, non-NATO militaries of N. Europe “confrontational”

Park whistlin’ emoticon here.

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2 responses to “WW4 File: UKRAINE-RUSSIA WAR: NORAD/ NORTHCOM chief, Adm. Gortney, admits Russia still threat to N. American security: “This past year has marked a notable increase in Russian military assertiveness. Should these trends continue over time, NORAD will face increased risk in our ability to defend N. America against Russian air, maritime and cruise missile threats. We watch very carefully what they are doing”; Gortney to reporters: NORAD moving communications gear back to Cheyenne Mtn., nuclear bunker “EMP-hardened,” reverses 2006 relocation to Petersen AFB in Colorado Springs; Gortney to Senate Armed Services Cmte.: Upgrade needed for North Warning radar sites across Canadian Arctic, current installations unable to track “low-altitude cruise missiles”; Russia’s top general, Valery Gerasimov, reiterates Kremlin’s late-2000s threat to target missile shield in former East Bloc (e.g., Poland, Romania, etc.): “Nonnuclear powers where missile-defense installations are being installed have become the objects of priority response”; Moscow brands new Nordic Pact between NATO, non-NATO militaries of N. Europe “confrontational”

  1. mah29001 April 18, 2015 at 4:47 pm

    Here’s something strange that’s going on to why the Kremlin may target Israel:

    http://www.presstv.ir/Detail/2015/04/18/406911/Putin-warns-Israel-on-Kiev-arms-delivery

    Israel likely is doing this as a response for Putin selling new missiles to Iran. You wonder what sort of trouble Putin is willing to do, after all a Russia is promoting religious tensions in the Middle East with the Sunni-Shiite war, a recent Iraqi Baathist leader who helped found ISIS was recently killed in a suicide bombing attack he participated in Saddam Hussein’s own home town.

    You wonder with so many “Jewish” Russians coming in…could Putin try to pull something in Israel? Aside from supporting and sponsoring Palestinian terrorists?

  2. mah29001 April 18, 2015 at 4:55 pm

    I’d also speculate any recent “Jewish” immigrants from Eastern Europe coming to Israel as well. Many of them are allegedly involved in the Settlement Settler Movement which has been scapegoated in the past for Israel’s problems yet they’re accepting many new members from “former” Communist countries even the Ukraine and Russia itself.

    Here’s something odd I caught about Yigal Amir, the assassin responsible for killing Prime Minister Rubin, apparently he was teaching Judaism in the “former” Soviet Republic of Latvia:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yigal_Amir

    Latvia is currently run by “former” Communists:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Andris_B%C4%93rzi%C5%86%C5%A1_(Latvian_President)

    What’s odd about Latvia is that only 3 percent of Latvians are declared Jewish…hmm…why’d the Settler Movement in Israel accept so many “Jewish” immigrants or have had members of second generation from Eastern Europe be so eager to go back?

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