Tuesday, 23 June 2015

On Several Things.

I remember Baxter relating how, whilst he was leading a fighter sweep over The Hague, a V2 lifted off right in front of him, Kammler’s lads at work, and he squeezed the tit reflex like. Result? De nada.

Decades later and I now know just how hard it was to spot those mobile fire units. Oh so lucky for the so called Allies that the Reichkriminalrats were all hard for hard stands.

Fast forward from 1944/45 to 1990/91 and the same problem surfaces. No one can find Saddam’s V2 derivatives despite the most expensive quantum optic and heterodyne systems ever deployed.

Well we all know why that was. Mobile.

Fast forward from 1990/91 to 2013/16 period and what do we have?

“Accuracy of satellite images on Saudi missile site skeptical: Araqchi
IRNA - Islamic Republic News Agency
Tehran, July 16, IRNA -- Foreign Ministry spokesman Abbas Araqchi said Tuesday that accuracy of the reports about some satellite images which detected a missile site in Saudi Arabia targeting Iran and the Zionist regime was 'disputable'.
'Definitely, there is a conspiracy behind the timing of releasing the report,' Araqchi told reporters at his weekly press conference referring to the issue as 'suspicious.'
He reiterated that Tehran is scrutinizing the issue.
He argued that the conspiracy was 'to escalate tensions between the two major and influential regional states of Iran and Saudi Arabia, especially in the present critical condition that Iran is experiencing a transitional period of government change.'
A reportedly prominent defense analysis group has recently announced it has identified a previously undisclosed missile site in Saudi Arabia's desert with signs suggesting Iran and the Zionist regime could be targeted in a possible launch from the location.
The report was published Thursday by the London-based IHS Jane's Intelligence Review which is a monthly journal on military intelligence. It covers international security issues, ongoing conflicts, organized crime, and weapons proliferation.
The report assesses satellite imagery that indicates launch pads oriented in the direction of Iran and the Zionist regime.
'It is suspicious that the images are released when president-elect Hassan Rohani is busy preparing the grounds for the start of his government,' Araqchi noted.
Reiterating Tehran's policy of establishing friendly relations with Riyadh based on mutual respect, Araqchi said, 'Although the two capitals do not share identical views regarding various issues, the solution is not to settle the disputes by missiles.” http://www.globalsecurity.org/wmd/library/news/iran/2013/iran-130716-irna01.htm?_m=3n.002a.857.bc0ao01zvx.s6p

Again two years ago.

“Saudi Arabia 'targeting Iran and Israel with ballistic missiles'
Saudi Arabia is targeting both Israel and Iran with powerful ballistic missiles, new satellite photography shown by military experts to The Telegraph suggests. 

Image showing two circular launch pads, #1 pointing in direction of Israel, and #2 pointing in direction of Iran. A vehicle-mounted ballistic launcher drives to the launch pads and directs itself along thick dark line pointing at ten o'clock. At the bottom of the image an underground bunker built into the hillside with two entrances, one 12 metres wide and the other 15 metres wide, can be seen, where missiles and their warheads are stored. Administrative and residential buildings are shown at the centre of the image.Jane's/DigitalGlobe

8:00PM BST 10 Jul 2013
Images analysed by experts at IHS Jane's Intelligence Review has revealed a hitherto undisclosed surface-to-surface missile base deep in the Saudi desert, with capabilities for hitting both countries.

Analysts who examined the photos spotted two launch pads with markings pointing north-west towards Tel Aviv and north-east towards Tehran. They are designed for Saudi Arabia's arsenal of lorry-launched DF 3 missiles, which have a range of 1,500-2,500 miles and can carry a two-ton payload.
The base, believed to have been built within the last five years, gives an insight into Saudi strategic thinking at a time of heightened tensions in the Gulf.
While Saudi Arabia does not have formal diplomatic relations with Israel, it has long maintained discreet back channel communications as part of attempts to promote stability in the region.
The two countries also have a mutual enemy in Iran, though, which has long seen Saudi Arabia as a rival power in the Gulf. Experts fear that if Iran obtains a nuclear weapon, Saudi Arabia would seek to follow suit.

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Analysts at IHS Jane's believe that the kingdom is currently in the process of upgrading its missiles, although even the DF3, which dates back to the 1980s, is itself potentially big enough to carry a nuclear device.
The missile base, which is at al-Watah, around 125 miles south-west of the Saudi capital, Riyadh, was discovered during a project by IHS Jane's to update their assessment of Saudi Arabia's military capabilities.

It serves as both a training and launch facility, with the missiles stored in an underground silo built into a rocky hillside. To the north of the facility are two circle-shaped launch pads, both with compass-style markings showing the precise direction that the launchers should fire in.
The Chinese-made missiles, which date back to the 1980s, are not remotely-guided and therefore have to be positioned in the direction of their target before firing.
"One appears to be aligned on a bearing of approximately 301 degrees and suggesting a potential Israeli target, and the other is oriented along an azimuth (bearing) of approximately 10 degrees, ostensibly situated to target Iranian locations," said the IHS Jane's article, which is published on Thursday.
While the lorry-launched missiles can theoretically be fired from any location, the idea of having pre-planned directional markers is to ensure that they can be deployed in accurate fashion as quickly as possible, said Allison Puccioni, an image expert at IHS Jane's.
"There is a marked out spot for the launch truck to park in, which will facilitate an expedited launch," she said.
Robert Munks, deputy editor of IHS Jane's Intelligence Review, said: "Our assessment suggests that this base is either partly or fully operational, with the launch pads pointing in the directions of Israel and Iran respectively. We cannot be certain that the missiles are pointed specifically at Tel Aviv and Tehran themselves, but if they were to be launched, you would expect them to be targeting major cities.
"We do not want to make too many inferences about the Saudi strategy, but clearly Saudi Arabia does not enjoy good relations with either Iran or Israel."
Officials at the Saudi Embassy in London did not get back with a response when contacted by The Telegraph. The Israeli Embassy in London said: "We have no comment on this matter."
David Butter, an associate fellow with the Middle East and North Africa program at Chatham House, the London-based foreign affairs think-tank, said there was "little surprise" that the Saudis had the missiles in place.
"It would seem that they are looking towards some sort of deterrent capability, which is an obvious thing for them to be doing, given that Iran too is developing its own ballistic missiles," he said.
He added, though, that the Saudis would know that the site would come to the attention of foreign intelligence agencies, and that the missile pad pointed in the direction of Israel could be partly just "for show".
"It would give the Iranians the impression that they were not being exclusively targeted, and would also allow the Saudis to suggest to the rest of the Arab world that they still consider Israel a threat."
Oil-rich Saudi Arabia considers itself one of the pre-eminent powers in the Gulf region, but its Sunni Islam leadership has long been at loggerheads with the Shia mullahs of Iran. The ongoing conflict in Syria, which Saudi Arabia has backed the Sunni-dominated rebels and Iran has backed the Shia-dominated regime of President Bashar al-Assad, has heightened fears of a wider sectarian conflict.
A confidential diplomatic cable revealed in the "WikiLeaks" disclosures of 2010 said that King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia repeatedly exhorted the United States to launch military strikes against Iran's nuclear programme and "cut off the head of the snake" “

What caused this sudden navel gazing?

I wandered over to an old fave for the first time in ages.

“Jane's on Saudi, more info

My next Jane's Intelligence Review article is being published/posted to their web this week.  The topic:  Saudi Arabia's ballistic missile force.  Some of you will remember that I covered the topic here a few years ago.  That article has been removed for a while to maintain the exclusivity or whatever you want to call it (my decision, not theirs), but the new one is more than simply a re-write.  For one, there are different facilities examined.

The editors think there is a chance this goes over in a big way with some of the press for various reasons I don't want to spoil, but now that it's in the bag I'll actually get back to working on what I was supposed to be working on around here!

Given that the FSA appears to be committing revolution fail, the Syrian air defense piece is being shelved and will instead take its "normal" place inside an I&A issue.  The first thing to actually finish will be the S-300P history update, and then it's back into I&A and cleaning out the exploding Gmail inbox.

Incidentally, I'm looking for more interesting ways to monetize my existence.  If you know of anyone looking for imagery analysis work or something similar, send a note my way.  I'd also be amused to try my hand at the lecture circuit, for that matter, although how one breaks into such a thing is beyond me at this juncture.

Back to work!

Edit:  here's the online preview
Sean O'Connor


Sean O'Connor said...
RAJ47 said...
" For one, there are different facilities examined."
Anything other than 'Al Watah, Al Sulayyil and Al Jufayr' covered?
Sean O'Connor said...
No, Al-Watah is the new place covered that was omitted the first time around.
poster said...
Al Jufayr' - where is it? can't find on the globe :(
RAJ47 said...
Did you read this?
Sean O'Connor said...
That's pretty amusing. The bits about where the missiles are potentially targeted are basically a few sentences in the entire article, so it figures that's what is causing the most stress! Plus, what is disputable about the accuracy? If you stick DF-3 pads somewhere, it stands to reason it's a DF-3 site. The only thing in dispute is where they are actually pointed, but to conclusively answer that (I don't claim conclusiveness in the article, just a possibility) I'd have to know exactly how the guidance system operates. Somebody call the PRC and get on that.


So let us sum up what we have here.

A scare the shit out of the natives terror piece.

1.      Saud does not threaten Tel Aviv. One wrong move and Roth will call in ChiComm space marines who will turn Riyadh into a smoking shit hole and torch the wells. ChiComm Marines do not do nation building, they will neutron bomb any hostile built up area. Unlike the corrupted fuckwitz that run NATO the ChiComms have studied the lessons to be learned from house to house clearing a la Stalingrad, Hue City, Bagdad et al. BTW what makes you think that the ChiComms NEED oil?
2.      Look at that trajectory westwards to RCE/TA from Wahabii Central, that extends up into Europe. BWAHAHAHAHAHA.
3.      All the states that are real terror states like RCE/TA, ChiCommland and Saudi Arabia are allowed by Roth to get their hands on His nukes without any MSM murmurings. Remember Rothschild paid for all the world’s nukes. They are HIS. Get that through your thick skulls western phukkmuppets! He will do with them as he wishes.
4.      Places that get demonised like Iran and NthKorea are areas getting nukes out with Roth control. They are illegal in Roth Law. NK got theirs from IJN in 1945 and Iran wants their nuclear industry because it is not being lead by Malthusian Roth Bitchboys.
5.      Fixed positions get taken out by global strike. Mobile launch systems are much more effective.
6.      Big Silence like orphaned drone, submarine silos or drift nets are the way to go.
7.      Big Bird and secular nuns operate above all these visible military systems for Rothgod.

What one needs to do is make the main target defenceless.

Are you thinking like a Rothgod yet?

Can you imagine putting the Irish famine, native genocide by Rothgods, into play in the 21st century? If not then get lost, you are useless here. Imagine what you would need to do to strip USofA corp of its food to send to your latest market clearing project in ChiCommland/India.

Now think of something that you wouldn’t normally think of, like Dr Strangelove. Well imagine a USofA corp military too scared to do squat. Now think of Seven days in May. Instead of rogue US Generals think Roth Maobitchboys as POTUS. Twighlights Last Gleaming is an inside job and your crops are dust.

Get the FEMA complex to round up the natives after causing Trotskyist constant revolution to turn into instant revulsion et voila.

Got the Rothgod vibe yet?


Let us continue then.

We’ve mentioned Iskander in Konigsberg, Turkish ChiComm alignments and NK false pawn moves here for over 6 years now and still the main move awaits.

I have mentioned that the 50 years of grace bought by Nixon, actually a Kissinger gift from the Rothgod, that has kept ChiComms quiet as they reindustrialised as a normalised Rothgodstate will come to an end in 2020. The inconvenience of USofA corp, white like the Irish abos, to Rothgod will not be forgiven. How dare USofA corp steal His nukes in 1944/45!!! USofA has caused the ChiComm holy army to remain bottled up for a good 70 years beyond use by date now by being too western, so western, just western. Well that affront to Rothgod will stop soon. Good bye western man you dullards.

Now don’t let me make you all mizz by pointing out that there are tides in the flow of history when taken………by pointing out that the tide against western man started over 3000 years ago and has not suffered any set back, ever. Just because your parliaments are functioning does not make them western when they are stuffed with Chaldeans, Arabs, Africans and any other collection of rent seekers that can work your system better than you can. Have you not noticed that all your systems do not have you leading them?

Where is the Kernovian boss of the IMF. Where is the Jute head of the Fed? Where is the Gaul leading BIS? Where are the Russ in the ICC Hague? How come no Greek is organising subversion of the Knesset and making the Rothgod pay reparations to humanity? How come there is no Pictish cult trashing Bohemia grove and buttfucking Phoenecian idols and assorted bishops of Ba’al Hammon? How come Suomi aren’t defacing Moses shrines and setting fire to money temples? How come no genocide museums are being set up globally by Europeans to remind everyone of the actual, real undeniable, the slaughter of Ukranians by Talmudic Yahweistmoneymonkeybrainatheists?

The results are in. Enough time has passed. A decision can be made. Conclusions are inescapable.

Leaders of western man and woman, you are the weakest link.

Always have been, always are, always will be useless traitors.