Apparently, America is now using Nevada’s land to test bombs. With each passing day, the U.S. continues to follow their own personal agenda.
A report did reveal what caused these bombings. It seems the bombs have been dropped by the same U.S. B-2 jets seen flying also over the South China Sea.
On Oct 6th, the National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) had this to say on the events:
“The primary objective of flight testing is to obtain reliability, accuracy, and performance data under operationally representative conditions.
Such testing is part of the qualification process of current alterations and life extension programs for weapon systems.
NNSA scientists and engineers use data from these tests in computer simulations developed by Sandia National Laboratories to evaluate the weapon systems’ reliability and to verify that they are functioning as designed.”
How are we to be sure of this?
U.S Gave the Start on Testing Bombs
Based on Brig. Gen. Michael Lutton’s press release, the testing of the bomber B61 is a vital and a “critical element of the U.S. nuclear triad and the extended deterrent.”
They say the primary role of these tests is that of obtaining reliability and a good performance data. But, unlike America, other countries did not act the same way.
Until now, nobody has heard of Russia doing any bomb testing within Siberia. The U.S. appears to be the only one to have tested dummy nuclear bombs.
While NATO continues to arm the shores of Poland and other countries with more and more troops, Russia also decided to act.
After positioning themselves into the Kaliningrad settlement (500-700 km radius), Russia left Berlin open for attack.
We also know that Russia did a armed forces training in 2015, on the 9th of October. That was three days after the Nevada Desert tests. First of all, it resulted only in military training on Russian soil, which is not a crime, is it now? Secondly, could it be that Russia is only trying to be prepared for an American attack?
Governments must reach a conclusion as fast as possible. Knowing from last week’s report made by the U.S. that a WWIII is nearing makes us wonder if there is a connection between the bomb testing and the incoming war.
Can We Blame Russia?
Even more, the president of France sheds further light on these topics. According to him, Russia is not a threat. The Guardian goes as far as reporting how, in fact, Russia is more of a partner than an enemy to France.
Dimitry Peskov, Putin’s spokesman stated that Russia has always been open towards NATO.
“Russia is not looking [for an enemy] but it actually sees it happening. When NATO soldiers march along our border and NATO jets fly by, it’s not us who are moving closer to NATO borders.”
A new Cold War is coming. The only difference is that China is also involved. Yet, it comes as no surprise that Russia and China are now allies. Based on what we know, it is impossible to think that the U.S stands a chance. From an economical point of view, the west will be unable to beat China.
Even Napoleon Bonaparte once said after his invasion of Russia failed:
“Let China sleep, for when the Dragon awakes, she will shake the world.”
But how are these conflicts going to end? What does America have to say for itself and for the two bombs dropped in Nevada?
What else is there to do?