Mar 19, 2015

March 3, 2015: US Military Satellite Explodes in a Strange Context


This one happened a couple of weeks ago, but in the context of some other stories, and rising tensions between the US and its satrapies, and the BRICSA bloc, especially Russia (and China), this story may be hugely important.

US military satellite explodes above Earth

Now, curiously, the Daily Telegraph is silent about exactly where the satellite was above the surface of the Earth when it had its sudden "heat spike," and that omission, to my mind, raises some red flags. Of course, sudden heat spikes in satellites, especially old ones, might occur if there was some sort of equipment malfunction, and for the moment, that is more or less what we're being carefully guided to believe. But then there was this article that was shared with me by a number of readers here:

New Chinese electromagnetic weapon may paralyze US air defense: expert
China achieves breakthrough in pulse weapons technology

Now, note that the date of the explosion of the satellite was March 3, and that the dates of the articles concerning China's x-ray pulse weapon were Feb 14th and Feb 4th respectively. Now, set that aside for the moment, and ponder this article:

Britain cites option of cutting Russia from SWIFT banking

(I guess we now know who's really calling the shots at SWIFT).
And finally, this:

ECB Warns UK: Excluding Russia From SWIFT "Could Undermine Confidence In The Whole System"

Those last two articles were dated Feb 25thm and 26th respectively.

Let us also recall, in this context, Mr. Xi Jinping's recent statements that China backs Russia solidly in its position on the Ukraine crisis. Now add it all up, and an intriguing, and to my mind highly suggestive, sequence of events emerges:
  1. There is an article on China's new x-ray pulse weapon on Feb 4th;
  2. This is followed by another, more in depth article in Feb 14th;
  3. On February 25th, Great Britain warns Russia that it might press to remove Russian access from the SWIFT system of international financial clearing;
  4. On February 26th, the European Central Bank in Frankfurt-am-Main warns Britain that that removing Russian access to SWIFT could "undermine confidence in the whole system" (raising questions as to why that should even be the case); and then, finally,
  5. On March 3, 2015, an obsolescent US military weather satellite mysteriously "heats up" and then explodes.
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