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Thursday, April 13, 2017

Are You Ready for the Mushroom Clouds?

     Get ready to see mushroom clouds 
                on the evening news.

     As if to not only foretell but psychologically prepare the world for what is to come, the United States detonated the largest non-nuclear bomb in its arsenal - the GBU-43/B "mother of all bombs" - on "useless eaters" in Afghanistan today. The blast destroyed everything within a one-mile radius in seconds, and the subsequent mushroom cloud looked eerily reminiscent of those made by above-ground nuclear tests in the 1950's.  Promoted by the military-inustrial-intelligence complex through a steady stream of "leaks" and images, the explosion elicited a steady stream of attention in the mainstream media for its "message-sending" imagery; little or no mention was made of those on the receiving end of the blast, who are considered disposable human beings.
     The timing is deliberate.  The US has been beating its war drums for months, provoking both Russia and China in a number of potential war theatres.  With a massive naval armada heading to North Korea this weekend, and Kim Jong Un vowing to stand up to American provocations by proceeding with a sixth nuclear test also this weekend, the world is on edge.  150,000 Chinese troops are amassed at the North Korean border, and Pyongyang residents are being told to leave the city ahead of the expected air strikes.
     For the first time since Nagasaki on August 9th, 1945, the world is about to see the use of nuclear weapons in war.  72 years of nuclear peace are about to come to an end.  Are you ready?

The first use of nuclear weapons since World War II is will NOT go down in history as an accident.  Instead, they are part of a long-thought-out process of psychologically preparing us for something much bigger.  American military elites are attempting to normalize the use of nuclear weapons - and who better to start with than North Koreans?

The real aim, of course, is Russia.  The neo-cons have been crafting the propaganda war against President Putin and the Russians for some years, and it has reached an almost fevered pitch over the past week with allegations that the Russian government coordinated the recent "gas attack" with Assad.  The rhetoric has become toxic.  President Trump is going along with the war plans.  The next (fabricated) "war crimes" in Syria will lead to the inevitable:  full-scale war by the Americans in the Syrian theatre, directly confronting Russian military assets there, and soon spinning out of control to include all-out war against Russia.

This is what is unfolding before our very eyes, and it is exactly what elites in the United States want.  THEY believe they can fight and win a nuclear war against the Russians, and finally defeat the ONE country that stands in the way of the next stage of fulfillment of the New World Order.  Covering up the QUARDRILLION-DOLLAR financial crash by blaming Russia is the goal.  This will all come to fruition over the next 6 months.  Are you ready?  Have you prepared?
                   Here is the original article from zerohedge on today's preminitory bomb blast:

US Drops Largest Non-Nuclear Bomb For The First Time On ISIS In Afghanistan

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At roughly 7pm local time on Thursday, the United States military used its GBU-43/B Massive Ordnance Air Blast Bomb (MOAB), nicknamed “the mother of all bombs,” for the first time in combat. The US Air Force used it in Afghanistan to target Islamic State tunnels and personnel. The 21,000-pound (9,525 kg) bomb was dropped in the Achin district of the Nangarhar province in eastern Afghanistan.
The Pentagon confirmed the use of the MOAB, and is currently assessing damage. General John Nicholson, commander of US forces in Afghanistan, signed off on its use, CNN reported. Authority was also sought from General Joseph Votel, commander of US Central Command (CENTCOM). The Air Force “took every precaution to avoid civilian casualties,” CENTCOM added.

U.S. military statement on GBU-43 bomb used against ISIS in Afghanistan: "U.S. Forces took every precaution to avoid civilian casualties."
CENTCOM after U.S. drops GBU-43 bomb on ISIS targets in Afghanistan: U.S. "will continue offensive operations until ISIS-K is destroyed."

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“The strike was designed to minimize the risk to Afghan and U.S. Forces conducting clearing operations in the area while maximizing the destruction of ISIS-K fighters and facilities,” CENTCOM said in a statement, referring to Islamic State Khorasan, the branch of Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) in Afghanistan, Pakistan and Uzbekistan.
The Air Force developed the MOAB in 2003 during the Iraq war, but it had never been used in combat until Thursday. The Pentagon produced 15 MOABs at a cost of $16 million per unit, according to military information website Deagel.  The use of the bomb comes as the US involvement in Afghanistan heads into its 16th year in the fall, and days after Staff Sergeant Mark De Alencar, a US Special Forces operator, was killed in the same region.
"The soldier was mortally wounded late Saturday during an operation in Nangarhar Province," US Navy Captain Bill Salvin tweeted.
The MOAB was designed to target large below-ground areas. It would have “feel like a nuclear weapon to anyone near the area," Lieutenant Colonel Rick Francona (ret.) told CNN. The GPS-guided munition would have already been in country before it was dropped out of an MC-130 aircraft, operated by Air Force Special Operations Command, military sources told CNN’s Barbara Starr.
Nicholson described the MOAB as “the right munition to reduce” the improvised explosive devices (IEDs), bunkers and tunnels IS is using to “thicken their defense.” The bomb will also “maintain the momentum of our offensive against ISIS-K,” he said.
President Donald Trump told reporters that he's given the military "total authorization," and "that's why they've been so successful lately." When asked if the use of the MOAB in Afghanistan might send a message to North Korea amid increased tensions with the isolated country, Trump replied: "I don't know if it sends a message, I don't care if it does or not."
A peace conference on Afghanistan is scheduled to begin on Friday in Moscow, involving the Afghan government and representatives of twelve other nations. The US was invited to the conference, but reportedly declined to participate.
Below is a video of the bomb in action.  [Click HERE to see the video]

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