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Strategies & Market Trends : Taking Advantage of a Sharply Changing Environment
NRG 74.19-3.2%Jul 24 4:00 PM EDT

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To: Woody who wrote (6059)6/5/2024 4:54:16 PM
From: Doug R  Read Replies (1) of 6081
 
What was taken down? This? x.com
It's still there. A live Alex Jones broadcast on X titled:
ARMAGEDDON ALERT: Russian Government Officially Calls USA “Enemy” For First Time As NATO Bombs Rain Down Inside Russia

And it's not just Alex. There's also this note made public by a subscription newsletter picked up by ZH:
gnseconomics.substack.com


"Ukraine has struck another early-warning (over-the-horizon) radar, this time in Orenburg region, near Orsk, some 1500 km from Ukraine. This radar did not even look at the direction of Ukraine, which makes the strike an act of madness, or something sinister."

"Nuclear deterrence operates on three dimensions: time, distance and altitude, in addition to the actual arsenal of nuclear weapons. Time and distance are crucial for the response (retaliation, effectively) and altitude where missiles fly, is crucial for anti-missile and other defense systems to operate. Over-the-horizon radars are crucial for all three dimensions, as early warnings give authorities time, distance and altitude to react and enact defensive measures. If they are taken out, or their ability to detect an approaching intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBM) seriously hindered, modern nuclear deterrence simply fails. This is the reason, why Kremlin would be forced to react if the early-warning system of Russia would become compromised by a foreign party (Ukraine/NATO). This applies also to the U.S. and all other nuclear powers. Everybody would eventually be forced to react under such a threat."
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