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Offline GourmetDan

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A Russian GPS Using U.S. Soil Stirs Spy Fears
« on: November 18, 2013, 12:34:18 PM »
A Russian GPS Using U.S. Soil Stirs Spy Fears

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In recent months, the Central Intelligence Agency and the Pentagon have been quietly waging a campaign to stop the State Department from allowing Roscosmos, the Russian space agency, to build about half a dozen of these structures, known as monitor stations, on United States soil, several American officials said.


In a world truly governed by national-interests, this issue would not even be up for discussion.  In a world driven by globalists intent on global-government however, it is 'negotiable' with national-interests the inevitable loser.

The evidence for globalists driving international efforts in every sphere (societal, political, economic, etc) is obvious if you are open to the idea...



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Re: A Russian GPS Using U.S. Soil Stirs Spy Fears
« Reply #1 on: November 18, 2013, 02:00:03 PM »
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For the State Department, permitting Russia to build the stations would help mend the Obama administration’s relationship with the government of President Vladimir V. Putin, now at a nadir because of Moscow’s granting asylum to Mr. Snowden and its backing of President Bashar al-Assad of Syria.

Once again, we see the fruits of Obama's "flexibility" promise to the Russians.

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Re: A Russian GPS Using U.S. Soil Stirs Spy Fears
« Reply #2 on: November 18, 2013, 02:06:45 PM »
Its old news. Its called GLONASS(acronym for Globalnaya navigatsionnaya sputnikovaya sistema)   The satellite programs began in 1975 and the constellation ended in 1995. They have a new generation of GLONASS-K that rivals GPS even though it still has problems finding a steady market.GLONASS-K is a substantial improvement of the previous generation: it is the first unpressurised GLONASS satellite with a much reduced mass 
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Re: A Russian GPS Using U.S. Soil Stirs Spy Fears
« Reply #3 on: November 18, 2013, 03:45:40 PM »
Its old news. Its called GLONASS(acronym for Globalnaya navigatsionnaya sputnikovaya sistema)   The satellite programs began in 1975 and the constellation ended in 1995. They have a new generation of GLONASS-K that rivals GPS even though it still has problems finding a steady market.GLONASS-K is a substantial improvement of the previous generation: it is the first unpressurised GLONASS satellite with a much reduced mass 

Which is old news, the russian system, or the desire to have monitoring stations in the US?

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Re: A Russian GPS Using U.S. Soil Stirs Spy Fears
« Reply #4 on: November 18, 2013, 06:19:34 PM »
Which is old news, the russian system, or the desire to have monitoring stations in the US?


The Russian system was always a  monitoring station. GLONASS has been around for a while. The Telegraph Agency of the Soviet Union (TASS) covered the launch, describing GLONASS as a system "created to determine positioning of civil aviation aircraft, navy transport and fishing-boats of the Soviet Union".Ch I truly do not believe that. I think the system is used to guide Russian ICBMs to their targets inside the USA as much as we use our GPS to use in our ICBMs and cruise missiles to targets inside Russia




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