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Mystery missile launch was a Chinese attack, say Russians


Putting aside all the "expert" opinions on the news suggesting the "mystery missile" was nothing but an aircraft's contrail or, alternatively, an "amateur rocket", a new Russian report reveals exactly what the mysterious object was: a YJ-62 subsonic anti-ship missile launched by a Chinese People's Liberation Navy Type 041 Yuan-Class submarine against United States property.

...And the property, which was attacked?






The Carnival Splendor. The ship's engine and electronics were destroyed. The Chinese missile is an anti-ship EMP-type weapon. The Chinese attack likely had three objectives:


1. A field test of the missile itself.

2. A test of the U.S. Navy's response time (which took a turtle's pace of 11 hours).

3. And a threatening message aimed at the U.S. government for its own currency devaluation programs and, of course, for the recent ship deployments near China's coast.

The timing, location, and effect fit beautifully. The missile and cruise ship were both off the California coast, ship was disabled at the right time, and the ship's disability was specifically related to an engine fire and electronics malfunction.

....No wonder the Pentagon refuses to come forward with the real story. It all makes sense now.



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2 comments :

  1. Very interesting indeed....however I don't see a link to the story, what is the source of this information?

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  2. Hey, just click on the title and it should take you to the story.

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