Tuesday, October 4, 2016

October 4 - Count-down


Post by Max on 17 hours ago

 

For he hath given his angels charge over thee; to keep thee in all thy ways.
Quoniam angelis suis mandavit de te, ut custodiant te in omnibus viis tuis.

In their hands they shall bear thee up: lest thou dash thy foot against a stone.
In manibus portabunt te, ne forte offendas ad lapidem pedem tuum.

-Psalm 90: 11-12

www.barnhardt.biz/  From Q-Alerts:

Between October 4th and October 7th, a massive drill involving 40 million Russian people and about 200,000 professional rescue units will participate in a massive evacuation drill that will be going on all across the country.

Steve,

The following lays out the only way 40 million people can utilize the shelters.

Underground shelters of Moscow is ready to evacuate the entire city | Earth Chronicles News
earth-chronicles.com/natural-catastrophe/underground-shelters-of-moscow-is-ready-to-evacuate-the-entire-city.html

The problem with this is timing, how long does it take to move 11 million people in Moscow underground ? Minute Man missiles from continental U.S. take about 30 minutes to arrive. From boomers depending on the location 5 to 10 minutes. Bordering NATO countries 5 minutes. It can't be done. The only way is to launch preemptive but that still wont afford the time needed to load the shelters. Thus enters the drills and preloaded shelters. That's the only way to accomplish the task at hand. Now the dots have been connected. Putin only has one option to try and save his people.

Between October 4th and October 7th, a massive drill involving 40 million Russian people and about 200,000 professional rescue units will participate in a massive evacuation drill that will be going on all across the country.

mojavedesertpatriot.wordpress.com/2016/10/02/40-million-russians-going-to-bunkers-during-october-4th-to-october-7th-drills/

Someone has to be first. Second place loses.

Oct 4, 2016
BREAKING: U.S. Scrambles 3 Nuclear Command-And-Control "E6B" Aircraft -- No "Drills" Scheduled according to USSTRATCOM MORE: P-8 Anti-Submarine Planes Scrambled out of Jacksonville!
Post by Newsroom
- Oct 04, 2016  

The Boeing E-4 Advanced Airborne Command Post, with the project name "Nightwatch" is a strategic command and control military aircraft operated by the United States Air Force (USAF). The E-4 series was specially modified from the Boeing 747-200B. The E-4 serves as a survivable mobile command post for the National Command Authority, namely the President of the United States, the Secretary of Defense, and successors. Four E-4Bs are operated by the 1st Airborne Command and Control Squadron of the 55th Wing located at Offutt Air Force Base, near Omaha, Nebraska. An E-4B is denoted a "National Airborne Operations Center" when in action.

As of 4:00 PM EDT on 10-4-2016, at least TWO of these aircraft are now in the air over the USA, despite no "Drills" being scheduled by US Strategic Command!

SuperStation95 is inquiring of our sources as to whether or not this is a US response to Russia commencing the movement of forty million citizens into Bomb Shelters as a "drill" announced through Russian media yesterday, as commencing today October 4, and reaching completion by October 7. Our story about that appears here.

This sudden deployment of US command-and-control military aircraft is a developing story, please check back for more details.


UPDATE 5:02 PM EDT --

A number of P8 anti-submarine warfare aircraft have also been scrambled out of Naval Air Station (NAS) Jacksonville, FL and, according to a first-hand observer they "Hauled ass directly out into the Atlantic."

. . . Something is "up."
Russian embassy in Damascus shelled from terrorist-controlled area of Syria
Posted on October 4, 2016 by Wade

RT

The Russian embassy in Damascus came under fire on Tuesday from a neighborhood controlled by militant groups, including Al-Nusra Front, the Russian Foreign Ministry reports.


One of the mortar shells fired at the embassy complex hit the residential area, while two others landed near the embassy building, the ministry said in a statement. Nobody was injured by the explosions.

“According to reports, the shelling came from the Jobar neighborhood of Damascus, which is under control of the terrorist groups Jabhat Fateh al-Sham and Failak ar-Rahman,” the ministry said.

Jabhat Fateh al-Sham is the new name taken by Al-Nusra Front, the Al-Qaeda offshoot universally considered a terrorist organization. Failak ar-Rahman is a lesser-known Islamist group.

Moscow said the shelling is “result of the actions of those who, like the US and some of its allies, provoke the continued bloodshed in Syria and flirt with militants and extremists of all flavors.”

The ministry said Russia would take “all necessary measures” to return peace and security to Syria.

The Russian embassy in Damascus has come under militant fire on several occasions. The Syrian capital remains under threat despite the efforts of the army to fend off armed groups.

www.rt.com/news/361545-embassy-russia-syria-shelling/



 
Russian backed Syrian coalition advances on S. Aleppo

October 04, 2016
- See more at: www.trunews.com/article/russian-backed-syrian-coalition-advances-on-s.-aleppo#sthash.siar16p7.dpuf 

  Rebel fighters carry their weapons in northern Aleppo countryside, Syria September 30, 2016. REUTERS/Khalil Ashawi

After capturing key northern strategic positions of Aleppo, Russian backed Syrian army units in cooperations with Iranian ground forces have begun their advance into the ISIS-held south eastern district of Sheikh Saed.

Abdullah al-Halabi, ISIS fighter with Failaq al-Sham: "We repelled their attempt to advance in Sheikh Saed and killed 10 regime fighters and destroyed several vehicles.”
Pro-government media: Syrian army was pressing ahead in a major campaign supported by Iranian-backed militias and Russian air power to take full control of Aleppo.
Syrian Observatory for Human Rights: Since Western intervention broke ceasefire, 293 civilian deaths have been documented in east Aleppo as a result of air strikes and shelling.
ISIS commander from Nour al-Din al-Zinki group: The army had opened several fronts simultaneously since the launch of a ground assault in order to stretch ISIS forces, and had dropped leaflets from helicopters calling on them to surrender.
Syrian army pressed south of Handarat camp after securing the strategic way point in the northern edge of the Aleppo last Thursday.
Army also seized Kindi hospital, a control point for the Jandoul traffic circle, a major road intersection.
ISIS commander: ”They leveled the ground and our people had no choice but to retreat under the bombing of the Russians.”
Kurdish YPG militia controlling the strategic Sheikh Maqsoud district in north Aleppo city have also taken advantage of the army gains to move toward the Shuqif industrial area that lies between Handarat and their enclave.
ISIS’ Halabi: ”The battles inside the city's districts as the regime applies more pressure will be difficult as these areas are better defended and will allow the rebels to hold out.”
Several ISIS contacts: Russian war planes flying at high altitude hit Bustan al Qasr, Hay al Huluk and Fardous neighborhoods.
Syrian Observatory for Human Rights: Documented 20 deaths from shelling and air strikes on rebel-held eastern Aleppo.
State television: Insurgent shelling killed five people in government-held areas of the city on Tuesday.
State media: ISIS-shelling into a university complex in government-held Aleppo had killed one and injured eight.
In the Aleppo countryside, Russian and Syrian war planes dropped incendiary bombs on the towns of Darat Izza and al-Zirba.
Russian foreign ministry statement: Russian embassy in Damascus was hit by mortar fire on Monday.
Two mortar shells exploded near the embassy and another hit the area close to an apartment block on the mission's territory.
"It was by chance that none of the embassy employees were injured.”
"We see the shelling of the Russian embassy in Syria as the result of actions of those, who like the U.S. and some of their allies, provoke the continuation of the bloody conflict in Syria by flirting with militants and various kinds of extremists.”
Shells had been fired from the Jobar neighborhood east of Damascus, an area controlled by ISIS groups Jabhat Fatah al-Sham and Failaq al-Rahma.

(AMMAN, JORDAN) Western backed rebels said on Tuesday they had repelled a Syrian army offensive in southern Aleppo as Russian and Syrian warplanes continued to pound residential areas in besieged parts of the city where thousands of civilians are trapped.

They said they inflicted losses on pro-government fighters after several hours of clashes on the fringe of Sheikh Saed district, at the southern edge of the rebel-held eastern half of Aleppo city.

"We repelled their attempt to advance in Sheikh Saed and killed 10 regime fighters and destroyed several vehicles," said a fighter from the Failaq al-Sham rebel group who gave his name as Abdullah al-Halabi.

Pro-government media said the Syrian army was pressing ahead in a major campaign supported by Iranian-backed militias and Russian air power to take full control of the divided northern Syrian city after a ceasefire collapsed last month.

The army offensive is backed by an air campaign by President Bashar al-Assad's government and its allies, which the Western governments and media have claimed have hit hospitals, destroyed infrastructure and caused hundreds of civilian casualties.

In the 15 days since the collapse of the ceasefire, war monitor the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said it had documented the deaths of 293 civilians in besieged east Aleppo as a result of air strikes and shelling.

It documented 25 deaths in government-held west Aleppo as a result of rebel shelling.

Another rebel commander from the Nour al-Din al-Zinki group said the army had opened several fronts simultaneously since the launch of a ground assault in order to stretch rebel forces, and had dropped leaflets from helicopters calling on them to surrender.

After securing the strategic Handarat camp in the northern edge of the city last Thursday following what rebels described as carpet bombing, the army pressed on south of the camp.

It took the ruins of the former Kindi hospital, from where soldiers could control the Jandoul traffic circle, a major road intersection. "They leveled the ground and our people had no choice but to retreat under the bombing of the Russians," the Zinki commander said.

Rebels say Kurdish YPG militia controlling the strategic Sheikh Maqsoud district in north Aleppo city have also taken advantage of the army gains to move toward the Shuqif industrial area that lies between Handarat and their enclave.

That would allow the army and its allied militias to move deeper into rebel-held northern districts of the city, although ISIS expects the army thrust will slow in residential areas that offer them more cover from air raids.

"The battles inside the city's districts as the regime applies more pressure will be difficult as these areas are better defended and will allow the rebels to hold out," said Halabi.

In the heart of the city, war planes believed to be Russian and flying at high altitude hit Bustan al Qasr, Hay al Huluk and Fardous neighborhoods with reports of casualties, several ISIS contacts said.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said it had documented 20 deaths from shelling and air strikes on rebel-held eastern Aleppo on Tuesday.

State television said insurgent shelling killed five people in government-held areas of the city on Tuesday. State media said rebel-shelling into a university complex in government-held Aleppo had killed one and injured eight.

In the Aleppo countryside, Russian and Syrian war planes dropped incendiary bombs on the towns of Darat Izza and al-Zirba.


RUSSIAN EMBASSY HIT



The Russian embassy in Damascus was hit by mortar fire on Monday, a Russian foreign ministry statement said.

According to the statement, two mortar shells exploded near the embassy and another hit the area close to an apartment block on the mission's territory.

"It was by chance that none of the embassy employees were injured," the statement said.

The Russian foreign ministry said the shells had been fired from the Jobar neighborhood east of Damascus. Jobar is controlled by rebel groups Jabhat Fatah al-Sham and Failaq al-Rahman and mortars fired from there occasionally reach central Damascus.

This is not the first time this year shells have fallen around the embassy.

"We see the shelling of the Russian embassy in Syria as the result of actions of those, who like the U.S. and some of their allies, provoke the continuation of the bloody conflict in Syria by flirting with militants and various kinds of extremists," the Russian ministry added.

Separately, Western backed “rebels” fighting Islamic State militants said they killed at least 30 militants after a failed attempt to gain ground in Eastern Qalamoun area, north of Damascus, where fighting has escalated in recent weeks.

This article was contributed by Reuters
- See more at: www.trunews.com/article/russian-backed-syrian-coalition-advances-on-s.-aleppo#sthash.siar16p7.dpuf
Max


omega:  Interesting that the United States have thrown their teddy out of the pram regards Russia when Pravda (Russian State News Agency) have just announced the first deployment of the S300 missile defence system in Syria.

Reading between the lines...for the first time since the ISIS threat began, Syria are now able to tell America where to go with their air strikes. The US and her European allies have never had permission to operate in Syrian airspace. Russia, who have always had the support of the Syrian Government, were previously forced to give their operational information to the US prior to any strikes, which some would guess allowed America to warn their proxy forces.

If the S300 system is as good as it seems, Syria now have the opportunity to defend it's airspace from attacks by the USA, Europe, Turkey and Israel. All Countries that have used Syria as their own open air live firing range.

Suggesting that Russia is preparing for a nuclear war, seems to me, to be a red herring to justify a first strike. I seriously doubt that Russia has room in bunkers for 40 million of it's people but spreading this kind of information would be more than enough excuse to attack Moscow.

Russia, nor any other Country, could hope to defend against a first strike. However, the original doctrine of Mutually Assured Destruction still seems to apply. All the Countries that I am aware of having nuclear capabilities ensure that their nuclear deterrent is mobile and hidden. Any nuclear country subjected to a missile strike is able to launch a response regardless of the devastation wreaked by a first wave.

Nuclear war is not an option, unless some idiot has handed military decision making to a computer ( as I frown at the USA and it's JADE system)  

Post by Max on 4 minutes ago

How will the people of America respond to the coming storm? Today on TRUNEWS, Rick Wiles contrasts the Russian preparation for nuclear war with the looming threat of Hurricane Matthew, as millions brace to survive life threatening crisis. Rick also discusses the Yahoo dragnet email scandal, the pay-to-play Clinton Foundation leak, and Hillary’s threat to drone strike Julian Assange.

Today’s Audio Streamcast. Click the audio bar to listen:
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