Russia making 100-megaton torpedo with Uranium they got from Hillary

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This people is the story, and why our FBI needs to be gutted like a fish

The Kremlin says secret plans for a Russian long-range nuclear torpedo - called "Status-6" - should not have appeared on Russian TV news.

The leak happened during a report on state-run Channel One about President Vladimir Putin meeting military chiefs in the city of Sochi.

One general was seen studying a diagram of the "devastating" torpedo system.

Launched by a submarine, it would create "wide areas of radioactive contamination", the document says.

The "oceanic multi-purpose Status-6 system" is designed to "destroy important economic installations of the enemy in coastal areas and cause guaranteed devastating damage to the country's territory by creating wide areas of radioactive contamination, rendering them unusable for military, economic or other activity for a long time", the document says.




"It's true some secret data got into the shot, therefore it was subsequently deleted," said Mr Putin's spokesman Dmitry Peskov.

"In future we will undoubtedly take preventive measures so this does not happen again."

The US Defence Department said it had seen the report, but would not comment further.

"We are aware of the video footage, but defer to the Russian navy as to its authenticity," a Pentagon spokesperson told the BBC.

However, the Russian government newspaper Rossiiskaya Gazeta later reported details of the weapon, without showing the diagram, and speculated about a super-radioactive cobalt device. So the leak may not have been accidental.

Cobalt warhead?

On the diagram the giant torpedo's range is given as "up to 10,000km" (6,200 miles) and depth of trajectory is "up to 1,000m" (3,300ft).

It was developed by Rubin, a submarine design bureau in St Petersburg.

It would, apparently, be launched by nuclear-powered submarines of the 09852 "Belgorod" and 09851 "Khabarovsk" series.

Rossiiskaya Gazeta called the torpedo a "robotic mini-submarine", travelling at 100 knots (185km/h; 115mph), which would "avoid all acoustic tracking devices and other traps".
 
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Don the Con claims that we should be friends with Russia.
Trump understands speak softly but carry a big stick.

Bye the way, we should be friends with Russia, and do you know why Obama allowed our space program to use Russian rocket engines?

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No worries. The Russians are our friends. Trump for several years has been discussing a Trump Tower in Moscow.

All Trump has to do is have coffee with Putin, and ask him: Would you guys ever use 100-megaton torpedos on us?

We could expect the report: "He said they won't use those on us. He said they won't use those on us. I asked him again. You can only ask so many times. He said he absolutely said they won't use those on us; he will not do what some are saying he might do."

And if Putin says of course not, then we can believe him
 
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Doesn't matter a crap where they got the uranium from...they have lots of sources...even within Russia itself. The point should be that Russia has a large number of nuclear warheads and longstanding nuclear weapons industry, just like the US. And when the US is threatening Russia with a "more diversified" nuclear arsenal, only an idiot will assume that the Russians will stand by and do nothing to counter it.
 
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No worries. The Russians are our friends. Trump for several years has been discussing a Trump Tower in Moscow.

All Trump has to do is have coffee with Putin, and ask him: Would you guys ever use 100-megaton torpedos on us?

We could expect the report: "He said they won't use those on us. He said they won't use those on us. I asked him again. You can only ask so many times. He said he absolutely said they won't use those on us; he will not do what some are saying he might do."

And if Putin says of course not, then we can believe him
You make up as much nonsense as CNN..................

Keep on playing make believe
 
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Trump understands speak softly but carry a big stick.

Bye the way, we should be friends with Russia, and do you know why Obama allowed our space program to use Russian rocket engines?

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Violating sanctions legislation that he signed into law is some “big stick” he’s got there........LOL.......
 

imaginethat

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You make up as much nonsense as CNN..................

Keep on playing make believe
Well, I can't let you have all the fun.

If you bothered to inform yourself you'd know that the 100-megaton topped was first conceived by the Soviets in the mid 1950s. All along, the Soviets have held a huge advantage over us in nuclear torpedos.

This "revelation" has several purposes: To take attention away from the ever-tightening noose around Trump's neck; to keep people afraid so their Great Protector can tell them everything is going to be all right; and to keep the wheels of the MIC oiled and funded.
 
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imaginethat

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Oooops, never mind. Here's the answer and guess what? It's not Obama's fault!!! Clinton did it. Like you, he thinks we oughta be friends with the Russkis.

Why Does the U.S. Use Russian Rockets to Launch Its Satellites?

by Ken Dilanian / Jun.09.2016

Sixteen years ago, amid a post-Cold War glow, U.S. defense contractors began using a cheap and efficient Russian engine to launch American military rockets into space.

Now, with Vladimir Putin’s authoritarian regime opposing American interests in Syria, Crimea and across the globe, the use of Russian technology to launch secret spy satellites and other sensitive payloads is increasingly viewed as a security and geopolitical liability. Defense officials say there is no ready replacement available, however.

But SpaceX is working on it, the only US effort to do so.

The other major US company building rockets, United Launch Alliance which is a joint venture of defense contractors Boeing and Lockheed Martin, hasn't developed home-grown rocket engines, and uses the Russki models.