By Gordon Duff with Jeff Smith
When Israel’s new nuclear tipped Rampage missile, launched from the IAF’s specially modified F 16s, was tested a week ago on Beirut, Iran saw how a tactical nuclear weapon could zip past Syria’s S300 defenses. The first test was inside Syria but nuking Beirut and crashing her government was a big win for Tel Aviv.
Keeping secrets is hard, even for monsters. From the hundreds of comments on the Iran interview:
This is where we began so long ago and it all turned out to be more true than we knew, too true and a nightmare for the decent people of Lebanon.
#Israel Air Force successfully used #Rampage for first time. Due to the danger of #Syria Air Defense Force's S-300PM-2s, #Israel Air Force had to use the rocket to target a rocket/ ballistic missile factory + weapon warehouses of #IRGC proxies in #Masyaf, #Syria on 13/04/2019: https://t.co/4YjD7ySZ5O— Babak Taghvaee – Μπάπακ Τακβαίε – بابک تقوایی (@BabakTaghvaee) April 14, 2019
This is what the Rampage is for and why it was used on Beirut at the same time Hezbollah and Iran are marshaling forces to retake Golan, or so Israel believes or, more appropriately, says it believes.
When we had the missile from every direction on video and FLIR, Israel’s army of trolls aided by Brin and Zuck did their best. Iran’s response has been what is either an empty threat or warning in this highly disturbing Tweet:
Then came the delightful video of the planes zooming in and launching, inexorable, totally visible as they zoom up and away at 450 knots. They are “birds,” just very very big and extremely fast.
The missile was a bird too.
Now experts are telling us that the missiles are real, and that the planes and missile were over the target simultaneously, which only Israel’s superb pilots could do. Examination of evidence will confirm whether ordnance from an F 16 was employed, such as a B61, or how the attack was coordinated.
Thus far it seems to be both an atrocity and a masterpiece of planning as with 9/11.This last frame would be when the motor shut off after a supersonic burn which accounts for the nose cone heat signature.
Israel’s F16’s carry the Rampage nuclear tipped missile that, according to their animation, hits targets just like this. Any similarity between the real video frame and the Israeli military animation is purely coincidence.
We had some questions about the Beirut nuclear attack. We have since proven that even if fertilizer grade ammonium nitrate existed at the site, it would have burned and could never have exploded.
We had already made a good case for there being no fertilizer at all but even that means nothing. Ammonium nitrate isn’t explosive at all but can be used to make explosives. Now, after exposing this using real explosive experts from the mining business, our Israeli friends are now trying to claim that, while the Israeo-Russian fake ship was docking, it rained fuel oil that day. We wish them good luck with that and, of course, the full support of Brin and Zuck.
The question, can there be a nuclear explosion with no scintillation:
Jeff Smith: Yes scintillation is based on neutron / gamma radiation flux density.The smaller the nuke the closer you half to be to see scintillation. Little nukes produce less radiation than big nukes so you must be closer to see it. If it is a ground penetration burst you will see no or very little scintillation. The same if it is detonated inside a building such as on 911…..Jeff….