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http://forum.waterkant.net/viewtopic.ph … 37#p595637 


...en inmiddels is dit:   [#1701]


5 maart 2020, 21:29:41 [edited 22:03:17] William Blum suggereert in z'n boek( gebasserd op referenties in o.a. the New York Times) dat net zoals in toenmalig British Guiana de Surinaamse vakbeweging tijdens de contra couppogingen in 1982 door de C.I.A. was geinfiltreerd.


minstens de 23ste keer dat je dit post, verwijderd en her-post sad

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re http://forum.waterkant.net/viewtopic.ph … 99#p596199


Omdat Amerikaanse presidenten over het algemeen oorlogszuchtig en megalomaan zijn?!

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U.S. WARNS SOVIET ON MISSILE THREAT
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A senior Pentagon official said today that if the Soviet Union sought to put nuclear missiles into the Caribbean area, the Reagan Administration would take measures like those used by President Kennedy in 1962 to force withdrawal of Soviet nuclear missiles from Cuba.
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"That's not a situation that could be tolerated," the Pentagon official said of the deployment of Soviet missiles in the region. The official avoided detailing specific actions but, when asked whether it would involve steps similar to the naval blockade imposed around Cuba in 1962 by President Kennedy, he replied, "I would think so."
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U.S. Warned Moscow
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Other officials said that the Reagan Administration had conveyed warnings to Moscow through diplomatic channels of the consequences of trying to introduce medium-range missiles into Cuba, Nicaragua or elsewhere in the region. They cited the prepared text of a speech delivered in Dallas last Friday by Secretary of State George P. Shultz saying:
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"We have told Cuba and the Soviet Union that a very dangerous situation could arise if they were to introduce equipment or forces that would threaten neighboring countries."
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Although such comments were originally read as warnings to Moscow not to send tanks and modern fighter planes into Nicaragua, State Department officials implied that they covered nuclear missiles as well. Mr. Shultz did not actually deliver those remarks but Alan Romberg, a Department spokesman, said Mr. Shultz stood behind them.
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Although some State Department officials discount the likelihood that Moscow would try to move nuclear missiles into Central America, the Defense official said that the risk of such a Soviet step "demonstrates the importance of not having Communist-supplied, Communist-led, Communist-supported clients so close to us in the region" because Central America "is part of the continental defense of the United States."
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Hints From Kremlin
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Several times in recent weeks, the Soviet Union has indicated that Moscow would station medium-range nuclear missiles near the United States if Washington proceeds with deployment of Pershing 2 and lowflying cruise missiles in West Germany and other European countries starting late this year.
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In mid-March, Vadim V. Zagladin, deputy chief of the International Department of the Soviet Communist Party Central Committee, said that Moscow would put Washington at equivalent risk if the American missiles were deployed in Europe.
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On March 17, Georgi A. Arbatov, Director of the Institute of the U.S.A. and Canada, wrote in Pravda that the Soviet response to the deployment of new United States missiles in Europe would be to put nuclear missiles "close to U.S. borders."
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Subsequently, Mr. Zagladin ruled out Cuba because, growing out of the 1962 crisis, "there was an agreement on this subject and we do not intend to violate it." This led to American speculation that Moscow was planning missile deployment in Nicaragua or on Soviet submarines or surface vessels in the Caribbean.
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Nicaragua Adds to Concern
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Early this month, the Nicaragua Defense Minister, Humberto Ortega Saavedra, added to Washington's concern by saying in an interview that if the Soviet Union put forward the idea of stationing nuclear missiles on Nicaraguan territory, his Government would "examine the proposal and make our own decision."
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Last Thursday, two Congressional Democrats, Robert G. Torricelli of New Jersey and Berkley Bedell of Iowa, said that on a recent visit to Nicaragua they were assured the Sandanist Government had not been approached by Moscow on this issue, had not discussed it internally and would honor treaty commitments not to introduce nuclear weapons into Latin America.
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Viktor Isakov, the Soviet Embassy's Minister-Counselor here, sought to cool speculation about Nicaragua in a television interview Sunday. Mr. Isakov said that previously Mr. Zagladin "was not talking about the deployment of Soviet missiles in Nicaragua" but defended possible Soviet deployment of intermediate range missiles "somewhere around the United States."
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On another subject, the Defense official indicated that the Administration was close to adopting a commission report that recommended basing 100 MX missiles in Minuteman silos along with development of a new smaller, single-warhead missile. The official stressed the need for the rapid deployment of the MX, but treated the single warhead missile as a tentative concept.
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The New York Times, April 19, 1983 / by Hedrick Smith
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DEFENSE MINISTER SAYS MOSCOW WILL MOVE TO COUNTER DEPLOYMENT OF U.S. MISSILES.
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MOSCOW, July 30—Soviet Defense Minister Dmitri Ustinov asserted today that the Soviet Union is determined to counter effectively the planned deployment of U.S. medium-range nuclear missiles in Western Europe.
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Apparently responding to statements by Reagan administration officials arguing that Moscow eventually may accept the U.S. deployment, Ustinov said:
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"We will take such countermeasures that will make the military threat to the territory of the United States and the countries on whose territories American missiles will be deployed the same as the one the United States is trying to create for the Soviet Union and our allies."
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Alluding to the period before Nazi Germany's attack on the Soviet Union, Ustinov said, "We will never forget the tragedy brought, upon the people by the policy of appeasing the aggressor.
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"Mindful of that, we are duty bound to take measures and to respond to the growth of the nuclear threat, respond in such a way that the sense of self-preservation should prevail in the potential aggréssor over the intention to unléash an aggression against us."
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Ustinov was Soviet minister of armaments in 1941, the year of Hitler's invasion of the Soviet Union. His reference to "the policy of appeasing" touched on perhaps the most traumatic event in Soviet history. Having concluded a pact with Hitler in 1939, Stalin took pains not to provoke the German dictator and thus left the country poorly prepared for the oncoming conflict.
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As a result, the Germans sliced through western Russia and reached the gates of Moscow in two months. Ustinov personally supervised evacuation of more than 300 industrial plants from European Russia to the Urals in that short period.
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By raising the "appeasement" issue in his interview with the government news agency Tass, Ustinov appeared to be putting forward the views of the military chiefs on the missile deployment issue. However, Ustinov's tone was unusually conciliatory. He asserted that Moscow was not striving for military superiority, and that western claims about Soviet superiority were "a fabricated, malicious lie."
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Although he mentioned both Pershing II and cruise missiles due to be deployed in five NATO countries, Ustinov identified Pershing II as "a first-strike weapon."
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Soviet officials normally identify both Pershing II and cruise missiles as first-strike weapons.
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Observers here said Ustinov's remarks appear to reflect an internal debate over the possibility of a compromise at the Geneva talks on limiting nuclear arms in Europe. Marshal Sergei Akhromeev, the first deputy chief of the Soviet general staff, indicated in talks with a group of visiting U.S. congressmen recently that the "walk in the woods" formula rejected by both Moscow and Washington last fall could now be revived.
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The formula worked out informally by the top U.S. and Soviet negotiators at Geneva would call for dismantling some Soviet SS-20 missiles and the deployment of some U.S. cruise missiles--but no Pershing II ballistic missiles--in Western Europe.
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Asked about the "walk in the woods" formula, a Soviet Defense Ministry spokesman, Lt. Gen. Mikhail Kiriyan, acknowledged in an interview that such an informal arrangement had been discussed last year but said that it was no longer current.
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The Soviet military chiefs now expect that the United States will deploy new nuclear missiles in Western Europe, Kiriyan said. But, he added, "the numbers and character" of these weapons could be limited through negotiations.
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Ustinov today criticized as "selfish" the U.S. position at the Geneva talks and said that the Soviet delegation at the talks was not seeking "unilateral advantages."
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"Naturally, everyone at the talks presses for more advantageous conditions," Ustinov said, "but if the subject of the talks is problems of fundamental interests to states, [the talks] can be conducted only with due regard for each others legitimate interests."
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The Washington Post, July 31, 1983 / by Dusko Doder
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DE SOVIET AANVAL OP DE KOREAANSE AIRLINER( KAL007)
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Het incident m.b.t de KAL007 wordt door President Reagan in zijn dagboeken o.a. beschreven, [ Sunday, September 4, 1983]: "To the Oval Office for a meeting with Congressional leadership—Dems. & Repubs. Met with our team at 9:30 A.M.—general meeting at 10 A.M. Meeting was very good—ran til 1 P.M. Dealt 1st & longest with Korean plane. Ran a tape of conversation between 2 Soviet pilots including the one who stated he had locked on his radar guided air to air missiles, launched them & "target destroyed." I’m going on air 8 P.M. tomorrow night to tell the story & announce our plans. Strom Thurmond made a great suggestion. We know the where-abouts of many K.G.B. agents [. . .]. We’re looking into the practicality of this. [. . .] That would be shooting our selves in the foot."
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[ Friday, September 9, 1983]: "An interview for the Mon. edition of “Time.” All of it in the Korean plane shoot down. I have no idea how it will turn out—Larry Barrett who did a thoroughly inaccurate book on me in the interview."
[Memorial service for the "KAL massacre."]
"The Soviets have stepped up their propaganda drive to point us as the villains, the KAL as a spy plane & themselves as protecting their rights."
[Closed-circuit TV meeting with Republicans in Arizona; phoned Senator Daniel Evans (R-WA).]
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President Reagan's Address to the Nation on the Soviet Attack on a Korean Airliner (KAL 007)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9VA4W1wDMAk
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Was de KAL007 vlucht soms een covert C.I.A. plan i.v.m. het Soviet ABM programma zoals door sommigen wordt beweerd. Men beweert dat de bedoeling van deze plan was, om een updated elektronische kaart van de Soviet luchtverdediging en command en control systemen van het gehele oostelijk deel van de Soviet Unie te maken.
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Hiermede zouden intelligence analisten dan uitsluitsel kunnen geven of de Soviet Unie bezig was een ABM systeem te ontwikkelen, welke voor het gehele gebied van de Soviet Unie toegepast zou kunnen worden. De Soviets hadden al een operationele ABM systeem voor Moscow, welke niet in strijd was met het ABM verdrag van 1972.
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1,706 (edited by kwb 2020-04-29 10:32:05)

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A SMOKING GUN IN SIBERIA
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Disregarding risks to next year's election campaign President Reagan has quietly signaled national security adviser William Clark to damn the torpedoes and go full speed ahead in challenging the Soviet Union to explain apparent violations of nuclear treaties with the United States.
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Not surprisingly, Reagan's admonition was music to Clark, whose ears are finely tuned to the question of the Soviet Union's playing fast and loose with the SALT treaties. Intimates say Clark has reluctantly concluded that evidence of a massive new Soviet radar--this one in central Siberia--looks like "smoking gun" evidence as cheating on the Anti-Ballistic Missile treaty.
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What surprised hard-line Reaganauts was not-Clark but the fact that Secretary of State George Shultz and Foggy Bottom's Soviet experts are also convinced that the long-suspected smoking gun may now be in hand. That ends more than three months of high-level vacillation on whether Reagan should risk going to the [ ] with the Russians on SALT violations. With Clark and Shultz--backed by the Pentagon and the CIA--now agreeing, only the politicians warn the president to go slow.
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But warnings that taking the Kremlin to the woodshed could damage Reagan's political prospects by putting confrontation back in vogue cut little ice with the president. What the politicians have had in mind is continuation of the gradual--if meaningless--warming trend between, Ronnie and Yuri to be followed by a Reagan-Andrapov summit extravaganza sometime [ ] midyear 1984.
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That would finally remove the Ghengis Khan cloak draped over Reagan's shoulders in the 1980 campaign and replace it with the olive branch of peace. Reagan campaign strategists have been trying to advance that political scenario for months, led by White House deputy chief of staff Michael K. Deaver.
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The latest fact to intrude on Deaver's dream of running Reagan for reelection as the peace candidate was the discovery by U.S. spy satellites of a major Soviet radar installation that is a clear violation of the ABM Treaty. The White House was alerted July 15 with a cautiously worded statement from the intelligence community that the new radar base "appears to be inconsistent" with the treaty.
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Far tougher language is used at high levels of the State Department to describe the new radar base, which resembles five others, including the battle-management radar covering Moscow. The Moscow radar is linked to a missile-defense system--the sole anti-missile system permitted by the ABM Treaty.
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At State, officials make no pretense of underplaying the new radar. One top diplomat told us that the only question is whether the violation it represents is "pernicious" or something less. Except for the missile-defense system covering Moscow, the treaty permits only early-warning or tracking radars and requires them to be sited along the "periphery" of the Soviet Union.
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The new Siberian radar station is aimed at the Pacific Coast facing Alaska, nearly 2,000 miles away, not at China, to the South. By itself, that is an airtight case of violating the ABM Treaty.
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But the new radar also happens to be near several sites of intercontinental missiles. That suggests an intent to harness it to a missile defense system to protect those offensive missiles, a violation that would be clearly "pernicious."
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As the new chairman, of the president's top-level Arms Control Policy Group, the only inter-agency group he chairs, Clark will accept neither a "nyet" nor an undue delay from Moscow to the American request for an emergency U.S.-Soviet meeting. The United States wants to take up the radar question and other long-pending U.S. suspicions that the Russians are building new offensive missiles ruled out by SALT II.
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Clark's impatience reflects the president's. Despite undercover planning for a pre-election summit, Reagan insists that the unresolved question of Soviet violations must be answered, whatever the impact on U.S.-Soviet cordiality. So long as Clark remains by his side, no one is likely to change his mind that the best 1984 politics is to tell the truth about Soviet deceit and let American voters make up their own minds.
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The Washington Post, 17 August 1983 / by Rowland Evans en Robert Novak
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1,707 (edited by kwb 2020-04-13 06:39:55)

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TRACKING DOWN THE ORIGIN OF THE WUHAN CORONAVIRUS
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In the new documentary presented by The Epoch Times and NTD, Epoch Times investigative reporter Joshua Philipp takes an in-depth look at the progression of the pandemic from January to April and leads us on a journey of discovery to bring the truth behind the matter to light[ Published on Apr 7, 2020].
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Le_rfTdayLs
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[Off topic / Is de Wuhan Corona Virus een Bio-wapen? ]
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Wat is, voor de 'tigste' keer, "Grenada( overt)" ...? smile tongue

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@ http://forum.waterkant.net/viewtopic.ph … 30#p597730
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Le_rfTdayLs
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Off topic / Is de Wuhan Corona Virus een Bio-wapen? ]
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Die kneus in het ‘witte huis’ had het over ‘China’ virus, de ddos hacker mypt33 over het ‘Coronie’ virus en de China basher Joshua Philipp repte over het ‘Wuhan’ virus.


Wetenschappers hebben het over een virus dat met een aan zekerheid grenzende waarschijnlijkheid verspreid werd door vleermuizen.


Dus niks 'bio-wapen', zoals jij suggereert!

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Voor mijn dagelijkse kieck: Ach gossie,
http://forum.waterkant.net/viewtopic.ph … 92#p597992
is weer z'n krankzinnig staaltje posten, verwijderen en herposten van 'vriendje' k.w. bakru. tongue

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Re: Landverraad en korruptie.

http://forum.waterkant.net/viewtopic.ph … 94#p597994 
2020-04-11 17:06:54 De twee operaties
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http://forum.waterkant.net/viewtopic.ph … 95#p597995
2020-04-11 17:08:45 Thomas C. Reed:


zijn weer twee p-v-h bijdragen van die hoogmoedige kapsoneslijer, de takrusani kilo-waka-blakabakra - een in het verleden levend/vegeterend kneusje. tongue


Het zal daarom niemand verbazen als er bij bovenstaande links weer een ‘bad request’ melding komt of dat er een herhaling van copy/paste zetten volgt. wink

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Als reactie op


http://forum.waterkant.net/viewtopic.ph … 49#p598049
2020-04-12  16:26:36  j.bakra wrote: ...dus als ik e.e.a. goed begrijp, wilde die achterlijke yankees, zo'n 50 jaar geleden, vanuit de jungle van Suriname, een atoombom op Moskou gooien - en daarmee WOlll starten?! . ...dus als ik e.e.a. goed begrijp...... neen law mang, je snapt er nogsteeds niks van. mijn posts zijn te complex voor zo een achterlijke persoon als j.bakru.


zie mijn reactie van jaren geleden, t.w. 


http://forum.waterkant.net/viewtopic.ph … 96#p502296
en
http://forum.waterkant.net/viewtopic.ph … 25#p502325
en
http://forum.waterkant.net/viewtopic.ph … 27#p502327

1,713

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…en jawel hoor


http://forum.waterkant.net/profile.php?id=37088


is ook een palilalia mietje zoals 


1,713 http://forum.waterkant.net/viewtopic.ph … 53#p598053
j.bakra wrote:…
1,714 http://forum.waterkant.net/viewtopic.ph … 54#p598054
De twee operaties…
1,715 http://forum.waterkant.net/viewtopic.ph … 55#p598055
Thomas C. Reed:…


Zo’n flickr schlemiel dus die dwangmatig z’n eigen woorden/zinnen herhaalt [en verwijdert] - en daar zijn er meer van op forum. wink  tongue

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In navolging op
http://forum.waterkant.net/viewtopic.ph … 46#p598046


hihihi…, en jawel hoor, boebelaas
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de asshole die suggereert dat het covid19 virus een Chinees bio-wapen is, is opnieuw ontmaskerd als stompzinnige ‘bad request’ poster.


Het zal niet verbazen als [nu nog] 1,713, 1,714 en 1,715 door toedoen van de topicstarter plotsklaps zullen verdwijnen. smile smile smile

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onderstaand


kwb2020-04-10 09:34:38 [edited today 05:39:55]
TRACKING DOWN THE ORIGIN OF THE WUHAN CORONAVIRUS
In the new documentary presented by The Epoch Times and NTD, Epoch Times investigative reporter Joshua Philipp takes an in-depth look at the progression of the pandemic from January to April and leads us on a journey of discovery to bring the truth behind the matter to light[ Published on Apr 7, 2020].
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Le_rfTdayLs
[Off topic / Is de Wuhan Corona Virus een Bio-wapen? ]


is weer copy/paste p-v-h rommel van de stumper kilo-waka-bakra 


-- > zie bij http://forum.waterkant.net/viewtopic.ph … 73#p598073 m.n. de één na laatste alinea


...en datzelfde geldt voor
http://forum.waterkant.net/viewtopic.ph … 75#p598075
http://forum.waterkant.net/viewtopic.ph … 07#p598107
http://forum.waterkant.net/viewtopic.ph … 08#p598108

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Wauw, ‘vriendje’ kilo-waka-bakra, jij met je complottheorieën: je hebt dus weer jouw ‘slecht verzoek’ riedeltjes opnieuw afgedraaid.


Je bent en blijft een zielige pvh lantimarki futuboi - misschien moet je eens bij de baas van het Nederlandse ministerie van financiën je beklag gaan doen, ter zake jouw ‘landverraad en korruptie’ verhaal; wellicht vind je bij hem een luisterend oor?

   
O ja, wat is toch, ter zake Grenada. een “overt” operatie??

1,717 (edited by kwb 2020-04-15 18:32:50)

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j.bakra wrote:

...dus als ik e.e.a. goed begrijp, wilde die achterlijke yankees, zo'n 50 jaar geleden, vanuit de jungle van Suriname, een atoombom op Moskou gooien - en daarmee WOlll starten?!

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...dus als ik e.e.a. goed begrijp......
Neen law mang, je snapt er nogsteeds niks van. Mijn posts zijn te complex voor zo een achterlijke persoon als j.bakru.
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China: The Roots of Madness (1967)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NV81D_D66Q4

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Relentless Strike: The Secret History of Joint Special Operations Command
by Sean Naylor( 2016)

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A case in point was the 1981 order the Pentagon gave JSOC to prepare to invade Suriname. The huge bauxite reserves in the former Dutch colony on South America’s northeastern Atlantic coast meant that Alcoa, the massive U.S. aluminum firm, had major holdings in the country. A 1980 military coup that deposed the elected government and installed the brutal Desi Bouterse as a leftist dictator placed those properties—and, more importantly, the Western expatriates who worked on them—at risk.
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JSOC began planning an operation to oust Bouterse and free any Western hostages in late 1981, infiltrating operators undercover to reconnoiter possible targets and to photograph the route from the airfield to the capital, Paramaribo, "[Det 1 MACOS] people . . . went down to Suriname and surveyed all the airfields under the guise that they were bird-watchers," said a JSOC staffer. "We had lots of guys go down there. It was easy to get people in and out." JSOC was confident it could pull the operation off. “It really would have been a piece of cake," the staffer said, "“Think of a little town with the worst police force you can think of and that’s what they had."
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But the mission began to expand, particularly when it became clear that Bouterse might take and hold Western hostages in several different locations, "The Rangers and Delta were part of the recovery for these people," said a Pentagon special operations official. "We'd have to go to several different locations and bring the expats to the airfield. At the same time we've got to take over the radio and TV stations in Suriname and grab the president. It was getting kind of complex." As a result, by 1982 the operation had evolved from one that involved only JSOC to one in which XVIII Airborne Corps would have a major role.
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The JSOC tactical command post and representatives from the units in the invasion plan moved to Hurlburt Field, Florida, for six weeks. The Pentagon wanted the Rangers to conduct an airfield seizure, which was becoming their specialty, with XVIII Airborne Corps 82nd Airborne and 101st Airborne (Air Assault) Divisions flowing in behind them. The two divisions were "preparing to move out," said a senior JSOC official. "I thought we were going to war." But in a dynamic to which JSOC would grow accustomed during the next two decades, the Reagan administration called off the 1982 operation late in the planning process.
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The administration remained interested in overthrowing Bouterse: in late 1983, after the CIA had considered and then dropped a plan to engineer a countercoup to topple Bouterse earlier that year, JSOC was still planning and rehearsing a carrier-launched full-scale invasion. Delta operators visited Suriname undercover on reconnaissance missions before the administration again decided against the operation. However, the prospect of a JSOC-led invasion of Suriname continued to surface for the remainder of the 1980s." "That was always on the books," a Delta operator said.
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Events in fall 1983 ensured that JSOC’s planning effort for Suriname was not completely wasted, however. When a military coup October 14 in Grenada resulted in hard-line Marxists being replaced by even more zealous Marxists, President Reagan decided to invade the tiny Caribbean island nation. The initial plan had JSOC in the lead, with important roles for Delta, Team 6, both Ranger battalions, TF 160, and Det 1 MACOS. JSOC's plan borrowed heavily from the command's Suriname work. "For every target we had in Suriname, there was a like target in Grenada, so that speeded up our operations," a JSOC staffer said. "Suriname was kind of a big joke to us, but it really turned out to be the Grenada model."
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The Grenada operation, named Urgent Fury, would be JSOC's first combat mission, but placed the command in a role for which it was not designed: spearheading an invasion, rather than reacting to a terrorist incident. Although ultimately successful, Urgent Fury was a fiasco that, like Eagle Claw, exposed the limitations of even the most elite units and had long-term ramifications for U.S. special operations forces.
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De twee operaties welke Amerika in 1983 tegen Suriname( covert) en Grenada( overt) heeft uitgevoerd, waren het gevolg van het feit dat men dacht dat Moscow missiles in Grenada en/of Suriname wilde installeren als antwoord op het voornemen van Amerika om de Pershing II missile in Duitsland te plaatsen.
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"Operation Guiminish" in April 1983, genoemd naar het paard van President Reagan( een cadeau van de President van Brazilie) was volgens de advisor van President Reagan m.b.t. National Security Affairs, William Clark, een succes. I.v.m. deze operatie heeft men een Braziliaanse militaire eenheid aan de noordgrens met Suriname gestationeerd. Maar waarom is JSOC dan tot eind 1983 gewoon doorgegaan met de planning( en oefening) van een carrier-launched full scale invasie van Suriname??
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http://forum.waterkant.net/viewtopic.ph … 39#p595639
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CX6A2iFTsgs
[een Braziliaanse patrouille op de Surinaams-Braziliaanse grens( datum ??)]
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In politics "carrot or stick" refers to the concept of soft and hard power. The carrot in this context could be the promise of economic or diplomatic aid between nations, while the stick might be the threat of military action.
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Thomas C. Reed: Cold Warriors - US Presidents after the Second World War
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_mMUp9nRngo
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Thomas Reed is de voormalige Secretary of the Airforce onder de Presidenten Ford en Carter. Onder President Reagan was hij Special Assistant for National Security Affairs.
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Om het gedeelte over de invasie van Suriname c.q. de covert C.I.A. operatie te zien, jump in de video naar 34:20
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[Welke van beide plannen is de meest krankzinnige. Die van Maart 1983 of die van December 1960? Ze zijn allemaal zwaar door de mand gevallen big_smile  lol]
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https://www.flickr.com/photos/k_w_b_2011/49553679943/
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http://forum.waterkant.net/viewtopic.ph … 71#p598271


O ja, wat is toch, ter zake Grenada, een “overt” operatie??

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William Blum suggereert in z'n boek( gebasserd op referenties in o.a. the New York Times) dat net zoals in toenmalig British Guiana de Surinaamse vakbeweging tijdens de contra couppogingen in 1982 door de C.I.A. was geinfiltreerd. [ Als naar de Mamia Pakoro case wordt gekeken, dan zou dat niet eens zo verwonderlijk zijn.]
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https://www.flickr.com/photos/k_w_b_2011/49446209537/
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https://www.flickr.com/photos/k_w_b_2011/49200339136/
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https://www.flickr.com/photos/k_w_b_2011/49455374926/
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https://www.flickr.com/photos/k_w_b_2011/49513088648/
(Zoom in voor de geometrie van de cover-up. Zie ook de geometrie van de richting naar Pyongyang( de onderste track), in de figuur de richting AB)
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De geometrie van de cover-up is gekoppeld aan de geometrie van de site d.m.v. de richting naar Beijing. De richting naar Zahedan is een bijzonder scherpe hoek van 1.2 graden( big_smile).
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https://www.flickr.com/photos/k_w_b_2011/49553679943/
Merk op de symmetrie van het punt c op het platform, welke de richting naar Zahedan definieert.
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In geometrische zin bestaat de Mamia Pakoro site uit 3 onderdelen, het platform, de spot en de tracks, waarvan elk een eigen betekenis heeft. De tracks bijvoorbeeld laten zien dat het om het totale communisme gaat, track1 = Moscow, track2 = Beijing en track3 = Pyongyang.
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Het C.I.A. plan van Maart 1983 om een aanval met 50-175 Koreaanse commandos op Paramaribo uit te voeren, is tevens het bewijs voor de Mamia Pakoro site. Het gaat allemaal om de bestrijding / vernietiging van het communisme.
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Ook in 1986/1987 wilde men een militaire interventie in Suriname uitvoeren, maar deze keer kwam het initiatief van de regering Lubbers. Er wordt gesuggereerd dat Amerika en Nederland hiervoor de volgende troepenmacht zouden gebruiken:
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U.S. Army Delta Force, ~150 soldiers
U.S. Army 1st Ranger Battalion, ~600 soldiers
USMC Amphibious Brigade, ~3,000-5,000 Marines
Dutch Royal Marines, ~850 Marines & 16 Helicopters
U.S. Navy & Air Force fighters and bombers

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De twee operaties welke Amerika in 1983 tegen Suriname( covert) en Grenada( overt) heeft uitgevoerd, waren het gevolg van het feit dat men dacht dat Moscow missiles in Grenada en/of Suriname wilde installeren als antwoord op het voornemen van Amerika om de Pershing II missile in Duitsland te plaatsen.
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[Welke van beide plannen is de meest krankzinnige. Die van Maart 1983 of die van December 1960? Ze zijn allemaal zwaar door de mand gevallen big_smile  lol]
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[Maar waarom is het Pentagon na de covert "Operation Guiminish" in April 1983 tegen Suriname, later ln 1983 gewoon doorgegaan met de planning( en oefening) van een carrier-launched full scale invasie van Suriname?? ]
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[http://forum.waterkant.net/viewtopic.ph … 48#p595848]
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Re: Landverraad en korruptie.

PRESIDENT SEEKS FUTURISTIC DEFENSE AGAINST MISSILES
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President Reagan last night called for a futuristic research and development effort aimed at providing a space or ground-based defense against Soviet intercontinental ballistic missiles by the end of the century.
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A senior administration official said that the proposal, which was designed to dramatize the president's call for nuclear arms reductions, would take "decades to reach fruition," but Reagan described it as "an effort which holds the promise of changing the course of human history."
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"We seek neither military superiority nor political advantage," Reagan said. "Our only purpose--one all people share--is to search for ways to reduce the danger of nuclear war."
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The president did not discuss any specific arms reduction proposals in his nationally televised speech, which was devoted mostly to the theme that the Soviets were building "an offensive military force" that could be used to attack the United States or its European allies.
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But Reagan said that he would give his views on this issue on March 31, when he is expected if a Los Angeles speech to propose an interim plan for reducing but not immediately eliminating intermediate-range nuclear weapons in Europe.
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Last night, the president sought to build political pressure on Congress to approve the administration's proposed increases in the military budget. Reagan urged his viewers to tell their members of Congress that defense budget cuts "will send a signal of decline, of lessened will, to friends and adversaries alike."
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Democratic reaction to the message was critical. House Speaker Thomas P. (Tip) O'Neill Jr. (D-Mass.) and Senate Minority Leader Robert C. Byrd (D-W.Va.) said the speech was directed to the defense budget, not national security, and asked the networks to give rebuttal time.
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Sen. Edward M. Kennedy (D-Mass.) characterized the speech as "misleading Red-scare tactics and reckless Star Wars schemes." Two senators who are declared Democratic presidential candidates, Alan Cranston of California and Gary Hart of Colorado also issued critical statements.
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Reagan warned in the speech that "the Soviets have built up a massive arsenal of new strategic nuclear weapons—weapons that can strike directly at the United States."
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He also contended that the Soviets have extended their power to the Western Hemisphere with installations in Cuba and the Caribbean island nation of Grenada and with military aid to Nicaragua.
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"They are spreading their military influence in ways that can directly challenge our vital interests and those of our allies," the president said.
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Administration officials acknowledged that the president's speech was timed carefully to coincide with the congressional debate on his defense budget and the upcoming Easter recess, during which members of Congress will test the reaction of constituents. The speech was cast to focus not on-the increases in military spending that Reagan is requesting but on the nature of the Soviet threat.
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Reagan illustrated his talk with graphs showing the dimensions of the Soviet build-up and with aerial photographs--some of them classified until early in the week--which purported to show Soviet fighter planes and intelligence headquarters in Cuba, Soviet weaponry in Nicaragua and a new airplane runway in Grenada. The Nicaragua photo had been made public previously.
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An administration official said that the televised speech, which has been under discussion in the White House for several weeks, was an attempt by the president to "regain the political offensive" on the defense issue.
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Polls taken for the administration show a steady decline of public support for the president's defense stand, with a majority of Americans favoring reductions in the military budget.
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In a White House briefing before the president's speech, administration officials were vague on the details of Reagan's call for "a comprehensive and intensive effort to define a long-term research and development program to begin to achieve our ultimate goal of eliminating the threat posed by strategic nuclear, missiles."
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About $1 billion is currently being spent on such efforts by the United States, officials said, and even greater amounts by the Soviet Union.
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Officials said that if scientists respond to the president's call they would expect to propose budget increases within the current fiscal year, but gave no estimates on the degree of any stepped-up effort.
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They said that the expenditures would be consistent with the anti-ballistic missile (ABM) treaty with the Soviets, which expressly permits spending for research and development. The officials dismissed questions that such defensive measures might be destabilizing because they would encourage a superpower to launch a first nuclear strike, believing they could stop the other side's missiles.
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But in his speech, Reagan expressed generalized concern about the problems associated with an ABM system.
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"I clearly recognize that defensive systems have limitations and raise certain problems and ambiguities," Reagan said. "If paired with offensive systems, they can be viewed as fostering an aggressive policy and no one wants that."
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Last night's speech was carefully orchestrated by White House officials, who have become sensitive both about news leaks and about prior lack of coordination in administration efforts to present the military budget in a positive light.
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On Tuesday, network correspondents were informed that there would be "significant news" in the speech last night, news that was deliberately kept both from communications director David R. Gergen and White House spokesman Larry Speakes.
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Yesterday, Reagan's call for the research and development on ABM was then carefully leaked to some of the same correspondents in an effort to get some, but not all, of the story told on the evening newscasts.
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The White House also invited various dignitaries, including prominent nuclear scientists, for dinner in the State Dining Room. But the most prominent invited guest, Henry A. Kissinger, did not come, nor did the two secretaries of state in the Carter administration, Cyrus R. Vance and Edmund S. Muskie.
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The Washington Post, 24 March 1983 / by Lou Cannon
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Re: Landverraad en korruptie.

National Security: President Reagans Address on Defense and National Security 3/23/83
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ApTnYwh5KvE
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Star Wars | Missile defense system | NORAD | This Week | 1992
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v7YKxQiEI9g
Brilliant Pebbles replaced Excalibur as LLNL's contribution to the SDI efforts. It became the centerpiece of post-SDI programs, until the majority of the original SDI concepts were canceled in 1993.
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Boeing 747 YAL-1 • Airborne Laser ABL Executive Update (2008)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r-dEXaSJWME
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Het is de bedoeling om in de recent door Trump ingestelde Space Force, de Brilliant Pebbles, welke een onderdeel waren van het Stars Wars programma van Reagan, opnieuw leven in te blazen.
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