Russia Detects Ballistic Objects Fired in Mediterranean

It looks like the US war machine  and their ally, Israel, are warming up for action and firing off a few practice volleys. The dark cabal is completely out of order and appear to have lost all sense of reason. They are going to push it to the limit, but how far exactly is that?

The US says they want to declare war on Syria and Israel decides to test a few missiles and doesn’t think it’s important to notify anyone before hand? How juvenile!

COBRA revealed on his most current update interview that if the cabal dares to unleash an attack of any kind, “they will be vapourized”. Them’s strong words, and I don’t doubt he means them. The Galactics are out of patience, and Humanity is at the breaking point.

An emergency phone call interrupted Benjamin Fulford’s vacation and I got the distinct impression from COBRA that we are cruising toward The Event much faster all of a sudden than we were, and more than even HE expected. Negotiations are taking place and there is talk of surrender, but we’ve heard that before.

There are powerful astrological energies in play now and it’s anybody’s guess as to what may go down next. This IS the end game, so fasten your seatbelts, everyone.

Stock up on food, gas, TP,  medications, pet food, some cash and batteries just in case—and don’t get caught with your pants down. It’s about to get really exciting. 

We are approaching the crest of the wave, and we may ride it all the way to shore without even getting wet, or we may get tumbled about in the surf and have to swim the last little bit, arriving on the beach a touch bedraggled but together we’ll get there, and it will be glorious. ~ BP

The Russian Defense Ministry says it has detected two “ballistic targets” fired toward the eastern part of the Mediterranean from the sea’s central part.


The Russian Defense Ministry says it has detected ballistic objects fired in the Mediterranean Sea. Above, a Russian officer is seen working on a radar screen. (File photo)

The Russian Defense Ministry says it has detected ballistic objects fired in the Mediterranean Sea. Above, a Russian officer is seen working on a radar screen. (File photo)

The launch of the ballistic objects was detected at 10:16 Moscow time (06:16 GMT) by a radar system in the southern Russian city of Armavir, a Defense Ministry spokesman said, Russia’s Ria Novosti reports.

The objects detected by the Russian radar have fallen into the sea, according to a “diplomatic source in the Syrian capital” cited in the report.

The Russian embassy in Syria also said there are no signs of a missile attack in the Syrian capital, Damascus.

On August 21, the militants operating inside Syria and the foreign-backed Syrian opposition claimed that 1,300 people had been killed in a government chemical attack on militant strongholds in the Damascus suburbs of Ain Tarma, Zamalka and Jobar.

A number of Western countries, including the US, France, and the UK, were quick to adopt the rhetoric of war against Syria despite the fact that Damascus categorically rejected having had any role in the chemical attack.

On Tuesday, August 27, speculations became stronger about the possibility of a military attack on Syria. Media outlets reported US plans for likely surgical attacks, which would be in the form of “cruise-missile strikes,” and “could rely on … US destroyers in the Mediterranean [Sea].” The plan was said to be awaiting US President Barack Obama’s go-ahead.

Later, however, domestic and international calls against a potential war seemed to have forced some of the warmongering countries to tone down their stances.

On August 29, the British parliament voted against participation by Britain, the United States’ closest ally, in any potential military intervention in Syria. While the British government had primarily sought a second vote in the parliament as well, it ruled out any such vote on September 2, saying that the parliament “has spoken,” and that the government “has absolutely no plans to go back to parliament.”

On Friday, August 30, NATO also distanced itself from participating in any military intervention in Syria, with the chief of the Western military coalition, Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen, saying he did not “foresee any NATO role” in a war on Syria.

Washington has remained defiant, saying that it is willing to go ahead with its plans for a strike on Syria without the approval of the United Nations or even the support of its allies. However, US President Barack Obama said on Saturday, August 31 that his administration will first seek authorization from the Congress.

While the US and Britain for now seem to have paused in rushing to war, France has nevertheless been seeking to bolster the case for military intervention, releasing “evidence” that the Syrian government has been behind the August 21 attack. French Prime Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault said on Monday, September 2, 2013, “It’s not for France to act alone. The president is continuing his work of persuasion to bring together a coalition without delay.”

This comes despite warnings from the UN, as well as Iran, Russia, and China against war.


‘Aliens’ Messed with U.S. and Soviet Nukes Say US Airmen

In the midst of the Cold War on several occasions, nuclear missiles at US Air Force bases were mysteriously shut down, according to US servicemen who said they witnessed the failure of the heavily guarded missile systems.

But they don’t blame America’s Cold War enemy, the Soviet Union; they say aliens from space did it.

“This was something Russia could have developed, but it turns out they didn’t develop this and we don’t have it either – to be able to shut down nuclear weapons with a beam of light,” David Scott, a former sergeant in the US Air Force, told RIA Novosti at a conference in Washington on encounters with extraterrestrials.

‘Aliens’ Messed with US, Soviet Nukes – US Airmen

Scott and three retired Air Force officers told a panel of six former members of the US Congress at the conference about their experiences with extraterrestrial “visitors” who meddled with US nuclear weapons systems.

The five-day conference, called the Citizen Hearing on Disclosure, is sponsored by the UFO truth organization Paradigm Research Group and is being held in the style of Congressional hearings, with time limits for witness testimony, question and answer sessions with former members of Congress, and statements entered into the record.

About 40 international researchers, military and scientific witnesses are scheduled to testify during the conference, with some providing what they say is evidence of an alien presence on Earth. The former lawmakers listening to the testimony are each being paid $20,000 to attend the five days of hearings.

© Karin Zeitvogel   Former US Air Force Capt. David Schindele spoke out
for the first time about his UFO experiences in the 1960s

Speaking for the first time ever about his experiences some 50 years ago with extra-terrestrials, retired Air Force Capt. David Schindele told how, in the 1960s, what he is convinced were aliens knocked “all missiles” at Minot Air Force Base in North Dakota “off-alert,” making them “unlaunchable.”

“We had no doubt that the 10 nuclear-tipped missiles had been compromised, tampered with and put out of commission by the ‘object’ that had paid a visit” the night before, an emotional Schindele told the panel of former lawmakers.

Retired Air Force Captain Robert Salas told of an incident at an air force base in Montana in 1967, where nuclear missiles “were shut down as a UFO was seen overhead.”

While aliens were allegedly shutting down nuclear weapons systems in the United States, in the Soviet Union, in 1982, they are suspected of initiating launch procedures for nuclear warheads, sending Soviet troops scrambling to undo the extraterrestrial move, witnesses told the former lawmakers.

Funding for the conference is being provided by Canadian “philanthropist, futurist and visionary Thomas Clearwater,” Stephen Bassett, executive director of the Paradigm Research Group, told RIA Novosti.

US airmen, who claim they saw UFOs were forced to sign oaths of secrecy, forget they ever saw anything, and were ridiculed by their peers and superior officers when they reported UFO sightings, the witnesses told the panel.

Salas wrote a book in 2005, “Faded Giant,” about the Montana air force base UFO event, which spurred many of the other panelists to finally speak in public about their experiences with what they say were extraterrestrials.

In the Soviet Union, meanwhile, those who reported seeing UFOs were treated entirely differently, historian and UFO author Richard Dolan testified, citing a case in 1990, “which involved an unbelievable encounter by an object that was playing all sorts of games with the Soviet interceptor that was seen by multiple of witnesses.”

Following the encounter, “the Soviet minister of defense spoke about it, the Soviet top general for air defense spoke about it,” Dolan said.

And like the US airmen, the Soviet top brass did not blame their Cold War rivals, the Americans, but pinned the blame for the incident on extraterrestrial visitors, Dolan added.

“The top Soviet commander said, ‘There is no way we were going to attack this. It was vastly beyond anything that we or anyone we know had,’” Dolan said, adding that Soviet military “discounted that this was American — not a chance.”

One of the former lawmakers on the panel was overheard by RIA Novosti as saying the conference was a first step toward holding a real Congressional hearing on UFOs.

“It clearly warrants a congressional hearing but that would violate the ‘truth embargo,’ which is the name I’ve given to the policy of the government to withhold acknowledgement and information of an extraterrestrial presence,” said Bassett of the Paradigm Research Group.