Saturday, December 17, 2005
Our Newest Op Ed
- By R.A. Hawkins
Quite a few years back there were two seemingly unrelated incidents within the Soviet Union that made little sense for quite a few years. Omni magazine wrote about the fact that our intelligence services were trying to figure out what the significance of this activity might be. The Soviets pulled out a missile and launched it during a period of forty-five minutes. The capsule was then was maneuvered into three separate positions over the United States, over the North East the Mid South and the North West. The capsule was later recovered but nobody could figure out what they were up to. (Or so they said.)
Several years later an unrelated article came out in Scientific American magazine regarding the fact that a nuclear weapon detonated over the North East, North West and the Mid South would shut down our power grid, our communications, etc. I'm sure there were a lot of people that absolutely freaked over the fact that nobody was doing anything about any of this. But in time it became obvious that somebody was doing something. They were researching what the Soviet actions might mean. Since the research in Scientific American was even released that told me it was old information and that we had already researched it. It said we were on the ball. It was around this time that Reagan said if we suspected their intentions we would bounce their rubble first and ask questions later. That caused them to back off a little and change their approach................
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