BATTLEFORWORLD – January 9, 2018: Elon Musk’s company SpaceX is in league with the Rothschilds and other longtime allies. The same bunch causing problems in the Middle East and elsewhere. And the same ones inside the European Union and NATO.
Read: UFO Disclosure – Part 1: Alien Invasion Groundwork, Threat Pending Before The Destruction Of People And Regions – the possible scenario to launch world war.
Russian MoD: Militant Group That Attacked its Bases in Syria Eliminated
SPUTNIKNEWS – January 12, 2018: The Russian Defense Ministry has announced that the group of militants that conducted a massive drone attack targeting Russian bases in Syria were eliminated in the course of a special operation.
“At the final stage of the operation, a group of Russian Special Operations Forces established the location of the subversive group of militants near the western border of the Idlib province,” the Russian military said in a statement.
“Russian military intelligence has uncovered the site where terrorists assembled and stored unmanned aircraft-type drones in the Idlib province. The depot was destroyed by high-precision artillery ammunition ‘Krasnopol’.”
According to the Defense Ministry, the operation involved all the forces and means of a multilevel system of Russian military intelligence in Syria. Link: Read Complete Article
Design used in drones obtained from a technologically advanced country
SPUTNIKNEWS – January 10, 2018: The Defense Ministry noted that the design used by the militants could only be obtained from a technologically advanced country, and warned of the danger of such attacks in any country in the world.
The Russian Ministry of Defense has published photos of the drones launched by terrorists from the Idlib de-escalation zone at the country’s military facilities in Hmeymim and Tartus.
The released footage of drones, which attacked Russian military bases in Hmeymim and Tartus, shows three practically intact handicraft UAVs made from boards and plywood, with wires, wrapped in tape and green polyethylene. In addition, the photo shows the debris of three more apparatuses spread over separate heaps. Link: Read Complete Article
Putin: We know who were behind the Syrian base drone attack
RT – January 11, 2018: President Putin believes the one and only way out of the Korean crisis is dialogue, no matter how hard it may seem. The Russian leader gave his view while talking to a panel of Russian journalists.
Drones Attacked Hmeymim Base From ‘Moderate’ Opposition-Controlled Area
SPUTNIKNEWS – January 10, 2018: The Russian Defense Ministry established that that 13 drones used in attempted attacks on two Russian military facilities in Syria earlier, were launched from the area of the Muazar settlement located in the southwestern part of Idlib de-escalation zone.
The drones that attacked Hmeymim air base earlier this month flew out of the area in the southwest of the de-escalation zone Idlib controlled by the so-called “moderate” opposition (BATTLEFORWORLD: And the moderate opposition is backed by the United States.), the Krasnaya Zvezda newspaper, the official publication of the Russian Defense Ministry, said on Wednesday.
The ministry reported earlier this month that 13 drones had been used in attempted attacks on two Russian military facilities in Syria on January 6. Ten of them targeted the Hmeymim air base and three were sent toward the Tartus naval base.
“According to the Russian Defense Ministry, it was established that the launch of the drones was carried out from the area of the Muazar settlement located in the southwestern part of Idlib de-escalation zone controlled by the armed formations of the so-called ‘moderate’ opposition,” the statement said. Link: Read Complete Article
Russian Army Repels Attack By 13 Militant Drones On Its Syrian Compounds
RT – January 8, 2018: Russian military have repelled a massive drone attack on its bases in Syria, which was carried out by militants, Moscow said. The extremists may have been aided by a “technologically advanced state,” it added.
The militants launched their assault during the night on Saturday, the ministry said in a statement. The Russian Kheimim Airbase in the Syrian Latakia province was attacked by 10 unmanned combat aerial vehicles, while three more attempted a strike against the Russian maritime logistics base located in the city of Tartus.
All of the drones were detected by anti-aircraft defense systems “at a considerable distance from the Russian military objects,” the ministry said. Seven of them were then successfully shot down by the Russian Panzir-S air-defense system.
It was the “first time that terrorists massively used unmanned combat aerial vehicles of an aircraft type that were launched from a distance of more than 50 kilometers, and operated using GPS satellite navigation coordinates,” the ministry said in a statement.
The country’s specialists are now examining the seized unmanned aircraft and the recovered data has already allowed the specialists to pinpoint the exact location from which the drones were launched. The examination also showed that advanced technologies were used in the drones’ construction. They “could have been obtained only from a country possessing state-of-the-art technologies, including satellite navigation and remote control of … explosive devices [for] release at certain coordinates.” Link: Read Complete Article
US Spy Aircraft Flew Between Russian Bases in Syria During Drone Attack – MoD
SPUTNIKNEWS – January 9, 2018: The Russian military in Syria has disrupted a massive attack with the use of battle drones on its facilities in the country on January 6, intercepting six and shooting down seven more UAVs launched by militants.
US Navy’s Boeing P-8 Poseidon was on a patrol mission in the area between Russian Hmeimim airbase and Tartus naval base in Syria when militants attempted to attack the facilities using 13 drones, the ministry revealed on Tuesday. Link: Read Complete Article
US ‘concerned’ that drones used in attacks on Russian bases in Syria available in ‘open market’
RT – January 9, 2018: The Pentagon said it is “concerned” about weapons falling into terrorists’ hands after Moscow said the drones used in the attacks on Russian bases in Syria could have only been supplied by a “technologically advanced state.”
The Kheimim Airbase and the maritime logistics base in the city of Tartus came under a sophisticated attack Saturday, with terrorists for the first time using state-of-the-art drone technology to target the facilities, the Russian Defense Ministry reported Monday.
The attack, which involved 13 drones, was successfully repelled by Russian anti-aircraft defense systems and electronic warfare specialists who managed to hijack the operating systems of six of the drones, landing three of them. Initial assessments showed the drones “could have been obtained only from a country possessing state-of-the-art technologies, including satellite navigation and remote control of explosive devices [for] release at certain coordinates.”
While Moscow did not mention who the “technologically advanced state” may be, Pentagon spokesman Maj. Adrian Rankin-Galloway appeared to pre-emptively deflect any potential criticism, arguing that “those devices and technologies can easily be obtained in the open market.”
“We have seen this type of commercial UAV technology used to carry out missions by ISIS,” he told Sputnik, adding, that the militarization of such devices by the terrorists “is cause for concern.”
Russia has repeatedly warned that US military supplies aimed at propping-up the so-called “moderate” rebels in Syria eventually end up in the hands of terrorists. Link: Read Complete Article
Secret US govt satellite launched on SpaceX reportedly missing
RT – January 9, 2018: A space mission, already shrouded in secrecy, has now grown even more mysterious. That’s amid rumors about the fate of a top-secret U.S. government satellite. The re-usable SpaceX rocket, which launched it, has safely returned to earth, but questions are being asked over what happened to the payload. Ilya Petrenko has the details of the cryptic launch.
US Spy Satellite Believed to Be Lost in Failed SpaceX Launch – Reports
SPUTNIKNEWS – January 9, 2018: A classified US spy satellite code-named Zuma is presumed to be lost after it failed to reach low-Earth orbit on board a Falcon 9 SpaceX rocket, media reported Tuesday.
The rocket was launched Monday from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station at 1:00 GMT.
The Wall Street Journal reported, citing the US industry and government officials, that the satellite did not separate from the rocket as planned and fell back.
SpaceX signaled no problems during the launch and has not commented on the reports so far.
The launch of the satellite has been carried out at the request of the US government. The information about the orbital parameters as well as about the satellite’s purpose has been classified. Link: Read Complete Article
SpaceX to Launch US Government Mystery Satellite
SPUTNIKNEWS – January 8, 2018: Technology pioneer Elon Musk’s aerospace firm, SpaceX, is preparing to launch a secretive spacecraft for an unnamed branch of the US government this week after postponing the event in November.
Codenamed Zuma, the launch was initially scheduled for November from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center at Merritt Island, Florida. SpaceX delayed sending Zuma into space after concerns emerged about the nose cone protecting the payload from dynamic pressure and aerodynamic heating on its way out of the atmosphere.
Multiple media outlets reported that Zuma would take off on Thursday, January 4, but SpaceX pushed the event date back again to Friday at the earliest, the California-based company announced on Twitter.
SpaceX is “targeting [a] January 5 launch of Zuma,” the company said Wednesday. Link: Read Complete Article
Troubled Waters: US Destroyer Arrives at Ukrainian Port 200 Km Off Crimea
SPUTNIKNEWS – January 9, 2018: The US Navy says the port visit is a demonstration of the “shared” US-Ukrainian “commitment to promote security and stability” in the region.
The USS Carney Tomahawk-cruise capable destroyer arrived in Odessa on Monday, the US 6th Fleet’s official website has reported. The warship’s visit is the first by a NATO vessel in 2018, and is expected to last until January 11.
According to the Navy, the ship’s mission includes searching for “opportunities to enhance interoperability with partners in the Black Sea.” Link: Read Complete Article