Tuesday, November 16, 2010

That Missile Seen from the California Coast
- The Regime is Playing Dumb

The regime in the White House is lying to us - again. And, if you believe the Pentagon, or any of the "mainstream" media sources (who take their "talking points" from a conference call every morning with the White House), who tell you that missile seen last week over the Pacific ocean off the California coast, streaking high into the sky with its heavy trail, "was not a missile" - I bet you're being lied to!
(E.g, MSNBC headline reads, "U.S. sees no threat in alleged 'missile': Pentagon says it's baffled ... bla, bla bla.")

Here's a forum entry that spoke to this issue, apparently by someone in the know. I have no reason to doubt its veracity, because - it speaks for itself. (I changed nothing. I even left spelling errors intact.)
dated: Nov 11, 2010

Finally there is something that has occurred, in which I am actually an expert and qualified to give a real answer about.

I am a retired U.S. Navy FireControl Technician, who is platform certified in the gun and missile systems on board Adams class guided missile destroyers, I have also worked with the Navy's Harpoon, Tomahawk and ASROC missile systems. (FireControl Techs operate, maintain and repair the computer, radar and periphial systems used to launch and guide the various naval weapon systems, we are the guys who "PUSH THE BUTTON")

Anyway, what I saw in the recent video concerning the object 30 miles off the coast of CA. Is blatently a foreign made, Large Cruise or ICBM missile, being launched by a sub-surface aquatic platform. First I know its a large missile because it did not exhibit the typical "corkscrewing" trajectory of a beam riding missile as it trys to aquire the targeting beam. This tells me its a Big Boy with a complete guidence system installed in it, what is nicknamed a "fire and forget" missile, as once its launched its internal guidance system takes over and there is no real need for external guidance.

Secondly, I'm fairly confident its not one of ours, as the vapor trail appears "dirty" it looks brownish. I have personally been involved in (5) SM2 missile launches, and (2) ASROC missile launches, and have been on safety observation for at least 15 more launches of Harpoons, Tomahawks and other missiles. We put alot of sweat and money into our "birds" and part of that is the fuel cells, they burn very clean, a whitish-blue infact, not a dirty blackish brown. That missile had rather crude fuel cells, which tells me its not one of ours.

I bet the brass in Washington is freaked out big time, because of what I know of our "defenses" they should really have had a pretty good idea this thing was sitting there, and they should have been watching it, not only that the moment it broke the surface of the water and ignited our early warning dopplar should have picked it up, and relayed the info to NORAD, and the CAP units flying patrol over the country...

Any high ranking expert who believes this is a condensation trail off of a commercial airliner is lying or stupid. I hope you hear from other Fire Control Techs who saw the same thing I did!

I forgot something, as any Firecontrol Tech or Gunnersmate will verify, the protocals to launch a missile are so complex, there is no way this was an "accidental" launch. I do not want to share too much info, but there is no "one red button" to launch a missile, thats all hollywood B.S. Yes two keys are turned to arm the system, but it takes at least three other things to occur in proper sequence to launch a bird, so thats at least 5 people all doing something at the right time. Its impossible to accidently lauch a missile!

UPDATE: Heard about this Nov. 10 incident with China? (see here)
UPDATE (Nov. 21): President's muted response (link here)
UPDATE (Nov. 24): It was a missile "message"- Limbaugh. (link here)
UPDATE (Nov. 28): The Chinese are jabbing us. (link here)
UPDATE (Dec. 2): Good reporting and video here.

1 comment:

  1. My bet is China (or perpaps the Soviet Union err Russia) warning us to quit playing in their back yard. I suppose turn about is fair play but that sub should have never made it home. It should have suffered an accident. Nothing would have been said by anyone. The missile still would be called an airplane by our government and a foreign govt would not mention a lost submarine. Points made and lessons learned on all sides. The Fire Control Tech is right. This was no airplane.

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