Saturday, August 15, 2009

Something Deadly has been let loose...



Vessel's Details:
Ship Type: Cargo
Year Built: 1992
Length x Breadth: 98 m X 17 m
DeadWeight: 4389 t
Speed recorded (Max / Average): 12.8 / 9.5 knots
Flag: Malta [MT]
Call Sign: 9HDN8
IMO: 8912792, MMSI: 215860000


Last Position Received:
Area: Biscay Bay
Latitude/Longitude: 46.0932˚ / -6.757967˚ (Map)
Currently in Port:
Last Known Port:
Info Received: 0d 2h 28min 10s ago
Current Location Not Currently Known

The leading Finnish newspaper Helsingin Sanomat
reported on 15th August that after the local officials, after a public tip off, started to measure radioactivity in the Finnish harbor where the ship had stayed,the measurements were ordered to be stopped by Finland's higher authorities.
August 15, 2009 8:06 AM BST on UK-TimesOnline

We have Russian subs off the east coast for the first time in decades. We are training and re arming Georgia, We have Russian Naval ships chasing a cargo ship that recently is lost. The pirated ship occured in north european waters, the stronghold of NATO, with a huge concentration of NATAO warships, and NO RESPONSE from NATO?

So a suspicious ship that just left a finnish port that that has reportedly detected high levels of radiation in port, is hijacked, in NATO controlled waters, and not one British, Danish, French submarine or surface ship takes notice. Not one aircraft? If this was off the coast of east Africa, a hundred ships woild be chasing it.

This is not what it seems. Artic Sea is ACTUALLY a code word from old NATO military exercises.

It MEANS...  

A Russian attack from the Artic.

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