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The Wild War Screams of USA has Dire Results (glen park)
Do you know what’s at stake? In 2014, we saw a frightening increase of anti-Semitism and violence against Jews & homeless people We Jews ONLY Support, Feed & Clothe, while the GOY starts another Genocidal Holocaust, remember; First Hitler Muderered Millions of Mental Ill, Tramps, Homeless Hobos, then Began the HOLOCAUST OF THE CHILDREN OF ISRAEL!
around the world; barbaric acts by terrorists; pervasive bullying, cyberbullying and cyberhate; and incidents of hate and prejudice that tore our communities apart.
But we want you to know that no one is better equipped to make a difference in these urgent challenges than ADL. No other organization has the programs, resources and experience to make a direct and immediate impact on the lives of those affected by hate.
Sincerely Abraham Foxmann, ADL
I would like to inform you that the Russians have just succeeded in test-firing their newest ICBM. On Friday (Dec. 26), one Yars missile t(RS-24) was fired from Plesetsk — their cosmodrome in north-west Russia — and it successfully reached the Kula firing range on the Kamchatka Peninnsula, about 10.000 kilometers away. The Yars is the first ICBM developed by the Russians after the collapse of the Soviet Union, and replaces older Topol-M (RS-12M and Stilletto (RS-18). The Yars is likely to carry up to ten MIRVs (Multiple Independently-Targeted Reentry Vehicles). The Yars is based either in hardened silos or on TELs (Transporter Erected Launchers). It is said that the Russians have already about fifty of them in operation.
Furthermore, the Russians say that they will launch a new program, called “Barguzin”, in which the Yars missiles will be carried on the railroad train. One train, which is a regiment, will carry six missiles. One division will comprise five regiments. The Russians had railroad-based ICBMs before, but withdrew them in 2005.
Also, the reports from northern Russia says that on Friday (Dec. 26), the sixth Borei-class SSBN was laid down at the Sevmash shipyard in Severodvinsk (Alkhangelsk Region). She is called “Generalissimo Suvorov”, and the third improved Borei-class (Project 955A).
The Project 955 “Yuri Dolgoruky” and “Vladimir Monomakh” have already entered service. The Project 955A “Knyaz Vladimir” and “Knyaz Oleg” are under construction.
In all, eight Boreis (both 955 and 955A) will be in the Russian Navy. They displace 24,000 tons, reach speed of 29 knots, can dive to 450 meters, carry crew of 107 men and officers, and are armed each with up to 16 “Blava” SLBMs with range of over 8,000 kilometers.
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