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Originally posted by ConspiracySquid7
I see it but from how far away you are it looks like one of those sonars that research ships drop into the water and it drags behind the ship. Interesting find to say the least.
Originally posted by one4all
You should research the Kursk ,you will find that the american navy torpedoed it and sank it ,then paid russia ten billion dollars in reparations,in the meantime the russian navy allowed russian seamen to die because they couldnt allow the world to see evidence of an american act of war beneath the ocean.They co-operated to prevent a world war.
But the cool thing is the REASON WHY THEY COMMITTED AN ACT OF WAR.
It was because aboard the russian submarine were Chinese officials who were there to witness a test run of the NEW RUSSIAN SUPER FAST TORPEDO THAT WAS DESIGNED TO TRAVEL THROUGH THE WATER IN A BUBBLE OF GAS ENABELING EXPONENTIAL INCREASES IN SPEED AND HENCE LETHALITY ALLOWING THESE TORPEDOS TO RULE THE OCEANS.And negate americas naval military capability if confronted in combat.
The russians were going to sell the torpedos to China thereby tipping Global naval power in chinas favor.Yanks are Yanks so they sank the Kursk.It was a true blue cuban missile crisis all over again but this time the president fired.
The real kicker is that after the issue was covered up by the governments involved,RUSSIA SOLD THE TORPEDOS TO CANADA WHO HAPPENS TO HAVE UNI-LATERAL ARMS TREATIES WHICH ALLOW THEM TO PROVIDE MILITARY TECH TO AMERICA AND NOT BE ACCUSED OF UPSETTING WORLD POWER.
And people say we arent friends with our southern neighbors?Dont forget the nuclear missiles our government SAID DIDNT EXIST ,that were in canada and manned by American troops,THEY WERE LIVE NUKES .Google it.
"The hopelessly flawed rescue attempt, hampered by badly designed and decrepit equipment, illustrated the fatal decline of Russia's military power. The navy's callous approach to the families of the missing men was reminiscent of an earlier Soviet insensitivity to individual misery. The lies and incompetent cover-up attempts launched by both the navy and the government were resurrected from a pre-Glasnost era. The wildly contradictory conspiracy theories about what caused the catastrophe said more about a naval high command in turmoil, fumbling for a scapegoat, than about the accident itself."