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The Pentagon go-ahead to shell Crimea

The Pentagon go-ahead to shell Crimea

“Here’s a clue that Ukraine is ready to start shelling Crimea. They got the go ahead from the Pentagon.” —- TruNews Pentagon Press Secretary Brigadier General Pat Ryder and Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense Laura K. Cooper Hold a Press Briefing [Re: Ukraine] (U.S. Department of Defense – Oct. 4, 2022) BRIGADIER GENERAL PAT RYDER: All right. Well, good afternoon, everyone. Thank you very much for joining us today. Here in the briefing room with us today is Deputy Assistant…

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Biden Thinks Non-Nuclear Threats Will Stop Putin. His Military Doesn’t

Biden Thinks Non-Nuclear Threats Will Stop Putin. His Military Doesn’t

The military sources tell Newsweek that there are subtle moves being made with regard to nuclear threats, including moving submarines and aircraft and drilling B-52 bombers. But they stress that non-nuclear military options—the use of conventional weapons and special operations, as well as cyber and space attack—are front and center, to include a decapitation strike to KILL Putin in the heart of the Kremlin. Newsweek, 29 September, 2022   The United States would “respond forcefully” to any Russian nuclear strike,…

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The Pentagon’s $600mn in contracts for ‘5G dual-use EXPERIMENTATION’

The Pentagon’s $600mn in contracts for ‘5G dual-use EXPERIMENTATION’

 Pentagon to dish out $600mn in contracts for ‘5G dual-use EXPERIMENTATION’ at 5 US military sites, including to ‘aid lethality’ RT, 9 October, 2020 The US military has partnered with more than a dozen companies for “large-scale experimentation” with 5G technology, including efforts to enhance the “lethality” of certain systems, in what’s slated to be a $600 million project. Dubbing 5G tech a “foundational enabler for all US defense modernization,” the Pentagon announced the massive research initiative on Thursday, which will hand hundreds of…

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