Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Tactical Nukes Already Used World Wide

With the extradition of alleged world arms dealer and so called "Merchant of Death" Viktor Bout to the United States from Thailand after languishing at the high security "Bangkok Hotel" prison wherein he has been confined for more than two years, a recent interview with Bout's friend and former high level Russian nuclear intelligence officer Dimitri Khalezov, recently conducted by Daniel Estulin this October, raises new and disturbing questions not only about the desperate and finally successful attempts by the US government to extradite Bout but more importantly about the new era of tactical nuclear weapons attacks which Khalezov alleges brought down the World Trade Center towers and building #7, as well as being involved in numerous other massive bombings internationally such as
"the nuclear bombings of the US Embassies in Kenya and Tanzania in 1998 on an anniversary of Hiroshima bombing, the 1996 Khobar Tower nuclear bombing, the 1995 Oklahoma nuclear bombing, the 2002 Bali nuclear bombing, the 1993 first nuclear bombing of the World Trade Center in New York, several recent nuclear bombings in Iraq, Pakistan, Algeria and Saudi Arabia that were reported to the gullible plebs as “car-bombings”, and also the El-Nogal nuclear bombing in Bogotá in 2003, as well as the previous nuclear bombing in Bogotá in November 1999"

Khalezov's assertion that a Soviet made Granit P-700 nuclear missile stolen from the ill-fated Kursk submarine was responsible for the attack on the Pentagon remains one of the most provocative and controversial yet highly plausible explanations for the bombing.

No comments: