Everything seems to be pointing towards war these days...They are coming, it's just a matter of time:
China Orders 1,000 Heavy Transport Aircraft "Based On The Experience Of The United States And Russia"
During a technology exhibition in Beijing, Aviation Industry Corporation of China (AVIC) elaborated on the governments plans for the Y-20. Although originally thought that Beijing would want only 400, "More than 1,000 Y-20s will be needed" said Zhu Qian, head of AVIC's large aircraft development office - the reason? "Based on the experience of the United States and Russia" Zhu says.
Now that's an interesting nugget of information. So due to the fact that the US and Russia are at odds, China needs 1,000 heavy transport aircraft - why would that be,
So to summarize, due to what's happening between Russia and the United States, China has ordered nearly triple the amount of heavy transport aircraft it originally intended so that it could take tanks and other military equipment anywhere in Europe.
The threat of a terrorist group like the Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL) using nuclear material to carry out a “dirty bomb” attack against the West is the highest since the Cold War came to an end, warns a leading international think tank on proliferation.
According to the International Luxembourg Forum on Preventing Nuclear Catastrophe, the jihadist group is “actively trying to acquire weapons of mass destruction [WMDs]”:
[ISIS] has already carried out numerous chemical weapons attacks in Syria; we know it wants to go further by carrying out a nuclear attack in the heart of Europe. This, combined with poor levels of security at a host of nuclear research centers in the former Soviet Union mean the threat of a possible ‘dirty-bomb’ attack on a Western capital is high.
In 2015, the Australian foreign minister said that the nuclear threat linked to ISIS is severe enough to have gained the attention of the Australia Group, an alliance of about 40 nations, plus the European Community, established 30 years ago to prevent the export of materials that can be used to develop chemical, biological, and radiological weapons.
Photo shows the moment when a Royal Navy frigate intercepted a Russian submarine
On Sunday the Royal Navy's HMS Kent frigate ship intercepted a Russian Kilo-class submarine, after it surfaced in the North Sea off the Eastern coast of England.
Russia's Stary Oskol, capable of carrying torpedoes and cruise missiles, was on its way towards the English Channel.
After the incident, which is the latest of many involving Russian military vehicles encroaching in NATO territory, Russian state-run media claimed that the friendly submarine was being towed by a tugboat, even waving at passing merchant ships.
However, the photo released by the Royal Navy doesn't show a tugboat at all.
In fact, Russian sub activity and sightings have increased so much that Vice Admiral James Foggo III of the US Navy wrote that the uptick was the beginning of a "fourth battle of the Atlantic."
"Not only have Russia's actions and capabilities increased in alarming and confrontational ways, its national-security policy is aimed at challenging the United States and its NATO allies and partners," Foggo wrote in the June issue of Proceedings, the US Naval Institutes monthly publication.
U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham attends Bilderberg conference in Germany likely in violation of the Logan Act
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