June 23, 2017
The Official US Navy “Fitzgerald” Narrative is not only totally implausible, it’s beyond ridiculous!
“The U.S. Navy controls all the oceans. We are an order of magnitude more powerful than anyone else. Undermining that kind of power can happen, but it normally takes wars, and it certainly takes generations.”
— George Friedman, Founder & Former CEO, Stratfor
The last time George Friedman uttered those words about the unchallenged world supremacy of the U.S. Navy was in early 2015 while speaking to the Chicago Council on Global Affairs. He lost his job at Strafor — often called a private CIA — shortly thereafter. Not only was Mr. Friedman dead wrong about the long view of American naval prowess, he quite indiscreetly revealed the ultra-secret back story regarding the relentless assault on Russia by the Zio-Anglo-American Axis. More on that here: STRATFOR Chief Reveals Zio-Anglo-American Plot For World Domination.
Nothing illustrates better just how wrong Mr. Friedman was about US naval supremacy than the recent successful attack on the USS Fitzgerald. And make no mistake about it, this was a stealth attack with great purpose. That purpose, of course, was to show the whole world that every U.S. warship is now a sitting duck.
It’s true, given the highly advanced scalar-wave weapon technology developed in Russia, no navy is safe on the high seas. In fact, the radar, navigational, communication and weapons systems of any warship can be incapacitated with the push of a button. The Russians proved that with the flyover of the USS Donald Cook in the Black Sea in April of 2014. Even the sailors who witnessed that unparalleled incident on the ship were profoundly affected.
According to some specialized media, 27 sailors from the USS Donald Cook requested to be relieved from active service.
(Source: What frightened the USS Donald Cook back to port in the Black Sea?)
Stealth Attack on the USS Fitzgerald
On June 17th of 2017, the USS Fitzgerald, a highly equipped Arleigh Burke-class destroyer, was involved in a collision with a Japanese-owned container ship that seriously damaged the destroyer. The owner has refused to say where the ship was heading. “Seven of Fitzgerald’s crew were killed. Several others were injured, including the commanding officer, Commander Bryce Benson.”
Here are more telling details of the planned out ‘collision’.
At “about 1:30 a.m. on 17 June 2017, Fitzgerald collided with ACX Crystal, a Philippine-flagged container ship measured at 29,060 gross tons and almost 40,000 tons deadweight. Most of Fitzgerald’s 200 crew were asleep at the time. The collision occurred about 56 nautical miles (104 kilometres; 64 miles) southwest of her home port of Yokosuka, Japan.”
Just how serious was the damage from this attack?
“The starboard side of Fitzgerald was seriously damaged. The container ship’s bulbous bow penetrated the destroyer’s hull below the waterline, flooding a machinery space, the radio room, and two crew berthing spaces. The captain’s cabin was crushed. Seven crewmen were reported missing after the collision, and their bodies were found the next day after rescue workers gained access to flooded compartments. Several others were injured, including the ship’s commanding officer and two sailors whom the Japanese evacuated by helicopter.”
The photo at the top of this article accurately reflects the preceding damage report. The extensive destruction to the middle of the warship was so serious that it had to be towed back to port. This kind of collision just doesn’t happen unless it was fastidiously planned that way. And so it was.
Analysis of the Attack
What follows is a diagram of the route of the container ship which stuck the USS Fitzgerald. This route clearly indicates that the Fitzgerald was first immobilized by some foreign technology. Then the ACX Crystal, a Philippine-flagged container ship, came back around and directly rammed the Fitzgerald so that the captain’s cabin was crushed. Whoever was steering the ACX Crystal knew exactly what they were doing.
The following video clearly delineates the timing and location of each of the major pieces of this stealth attack. When described by a former seaman it’s quite apparent that this naval assault was well planned and well executed. “This video report is better than many others, as it’s made by an expert in accident investigation. The ship’s electronic capabilities were blocked, and the ship was blinded, before the cargo ship rammed it. Fitzgerald was able to avoid being cut in half but sustained a serious blow on the starboard side.”
This above video definitively explains why there is such a disparity in the reported times of the deliberate collision. First the ship was immobilized, and then the ACX Crystal came back around after the Fitzgerald was surely incapacitated — weapons systems and all — to bifurcate the ship in two. Why the massive container ship failed to sever the US warship remains a question worthy of serious consideration.
Russia, China and other BRICS-aligned nations now possess weapon technologies which far exceed the capacity of the United States and United Kingdom (the former rulers of the seven seas) to defend against. There have been a number of incidents (most unreported) during which Russia has demonstrated to the U.S. Navy that they are as vulnerable as “sitting ducks”.
With this new understanding, it greatly behooves the countries of the Zio-Anglo-American Axis to accurately assess the true military calculus which undergirds today’s global geopolitical chessboard. Not only is this Great Game rapidly changing, all the old paradigms are dissolving in real time. This developing situation is not too unlike what will soon happen when Free Energy renders obsolete the fossil fuel, hydrocarbon fuel, nuclear power and hydroelectric energy paradigms.
The following insightful submission to TMR outlines what may be the most likely scenario.
The first time the container ship approached the USS Fitzgerald, the Fitz was still fully functional.
An airplane or drone flying overhead was responsible for the energy pulse that killed all electricity on the warship. (the whole event took place in the wee hours of the morning from 1:30 to 2:20 AM)
The container ship was required to turn back toward the Fitzgerald to do its job as commanded by whoever EMPulsed the ship.
In turning back to do the “job” the container ship did not have great positioning to destroy the vessel and so ended up only disabling rather than sinking the thing.
Thus, the CIA-planned story (aka false flag attack) could not be used as many on board the Fitzgerald saw what really happened, and survived.
The CIA-planned story was probably an attack by Russia or China. A contingency plan was then quickly implemented; one that they could feed to those present as a legitimate story.
The bottom line here is that this attack was quite likely a false flag operation in the tradition of the USS Maine (“Remember the Maine!”), the RMS Lusitania (World War I false flag), and the USS Maddox (aka the Gulf of Tonkin incident).
Either someone wants war. Or, someone else seeks to prevent war.
While this attack on the USS Fitzgerald appears to be a typical CIA-coordinated false flag attack designed to start a war, it appears to have been a real attack perpetrated to prevent one.
Will the U.S. government blame this purposeful collision on North Korea? Or Russia? That will tell the real story.
If neither are accused, then it was a dire warning to the Zio-Anglo-American Axis not to meddle in the affairs of Eastern Asia. Nor to even think about triggering the hot phase of World War III.