Was it really a surprise? The endless false flags month after month. The supposed reprieve from instant war Clinton style, with the unlikely saviour of the world – Donald Trump – riding to the rescue. None of it made much sense, and there was little reassurance that the world was at last leaving the age of permanent war, economic crisis and the onset of totalitarian world government.
The reality is that Trump makes no difference. He held back the tide for a few months. That was all.
Putin is now the frontline. He has weapons of great quality, able to shoot down planes, and missiles and give the Americans and the Israelis pause for thought. But he doesn’t have much in the way of quantity – as yet. His game must inevitably be one of delay, while that of the OWG must be to accelerate before he can make up the deficit.
The next part of the plan is a big false flag in America. Ole Dammagard can see the signs that there will be a big attack on The Statue Of Liberty within weeks – false again of course, just like all the others. That will probably be the long awaited signal to swing the stock markets the other way, dragging all markets into a descending spiral as in 2008. The first markets to break out and head back up will be gold and silver, but they too will no doubt be given a heavy blow for a few months. The insiders know when to put in their buy and sell orders.
The delaying tactics of Putin will then come under intense pressure as the Liberty false flag will be used like a second 9/11 to gear up for wars all over the place. The consequences of these wars will be unknowable. Washington thinks it can win a nuclear exchange. I’m not so sure. Will the American and other Armed Forces really want to take part in actions which will end the world as we know it? The limits of the arrogance of the Neocons will eventually be reached, one way or another. Meantime the world waits for the next inevitable developments, all the while hoping that somewhere, somehow humanity can emerge into a future worth having.
Note that Russia’s missile shield will be complete by the end of 2017.
The events in Syria with 36 Tomahawk missiles disappearing can only have encouraged him that Russia’s air defence will be ready for what comes next.
Full Coverage: Russia Upgrades Its Air Defense Shield to Strikingly New Level
Russia’s air defense systems have improved significantly over the past few years, Russian TV host Dmitry Kiselev said in his program on Russia’s Rossiya 1 news network.
In his program Vesti Nedeli (News of the Week), broadcast by Russia’s Rossiya 1 news network, TV host Dmitry Kiselev specifically focused on Russia’s air and missile defense systems, which he said have been bolstered considerably over the past several years.Kiselev recalled that “in the early 2000s, Russia’s air defenses were locally installed, with only major economic and military facilities being protected by these systems at the time.”
However, the situation had drastically changed by 2015, according to him.
“There was a full-fledged radar network in Russia’s western and southern areas by 2015,” he said, adding that within two more years, Russia had completed its air defense coverage of the north and east of the country.
Over the last several years, more than 130 modern anti-aircraft missile systems, which have no analogues in the world, have entered service with the Russian Armored Forces.
These include the Pantsir-S1 short to medium range surface-to-air missile and anti-aircraft artillery weapon system and the S-400, which is equipped with missiles capable of firing at both very-long-range, medium-range and short-range targets.
Since 2012, the number of anti-aircraft missile troops has doubled in Russia, which can also be said of forces responsible for the Missile Attack Warning System. Crimea’s reunification with Russia allowed the country “to close all the holes” in Russia’s radar field.
“The new warning systems include the Voronezh radars, which are the most advanced and can be quickly assembled on the spot,” Kiselev said.
As for protection at sea, in 2013, Russia had only ten coastal missile systems, but their number increased to 29 by 2017.
“They are located where they need to be installed,” he said, citing the Kuril Islands, Crimea and the Caspian regions as well as Baltiysk, Severomorsk, Vladivostok, Kamchatka, Chukotka, and the Arctic region.
In addition, all-weather supersonic MiG-31BM fighters are entering service with the Russian Aerospace Forces.
The strengthening of Russian air defenses comes amid the deployment of elements of the US missile shield in the Asia-Pacific region, which Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said poses a serious risk to Russia.Russian Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu, for his part, noted that before the end of this year, Russia will complete the protection of the country’s territory with missile systems “both on land and at sea.”