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John W Spring, 35TH ANNIVERSARY OF KOREAN AIR LINES FLIGHT 007, RUSSIA’S SECRET, RE: NORTH KOREA’S NEW RUSSIAN-MADE SOLID FUEL ROCKET ENGINES, Adropov Russian Leader and Flight 007 Gulag Imprisonment of Americans, Putin Nicaraguan and Venezuelan Missle Batteries and Nuke Subs Aimed at America from South, Russian Chinese Intl War Games ON NOW!, Dr Bill Deagle MD AAEM ACAM A4M, NutriMedical Report Show, www.NutriMedical.com, www.ClayandIRON.com, www.Deagle-Network.com,
RE: 35TH ANNIVERSARY OF KOREAN AIR LINES FLIGHT 007, RUSSIA’S SECRET
The most important historical event that America should now be commemorating on this Friday, August 31, 2018 and Saturday, September 1, 2018 is the 35th Anniversary of Korean Air Lines Flight 007, which was shot down over international waters by a Russian Sukhoi S-15 interceptor on September 1, 1983 while it was still August 31, 1983 on this side of the International Dateline in America. Of the 269 passengers and crew who were on KAL Flight 007, 62 were Americans of all ages ranging from young infants and children to adults and the elderly. It was then believed in the West that all of those onboard the Boeing 747 were killed and the air carrier was destroyed in mid-air. However, with only minor damage to its tail section, the jumbo jetliner was able to ditch safely at sea near Moneron Island west of Sakhalin only to be captured by Russian KGB.
According to a statement made by Russian President Boris Yeltsin on June 15, 1992 about KAL Flight 007, “Our archives have shown that it is true—some of them [62 Americans onboard KAL 007] were transferred to the territory of the USSR and were kept in labor camps…We can only surmise that some of them may still be alive.” The young infants and children had been separated from their parents and placed in orphanages according to ethnicity and race, never to see them again while the adults were sent to prison labor camps along the Gulag without ever to be heard from after the Soviet Union was dissolved and the Russian Federation had been formed.
For Moscow, 1983 was a year of secrecy while the Kremlin had prepared for the Second Missile Crisisin the Caribbean and Central America and U.S. Senator Jesse Helms, who was Chairman of the Senate Subcommittee on Latin America, was scheduled to board KAL Flight 007 at New York and Russians were aware of his flight to South Korea. The regime of Yuri Andropov was then attempting to strike at the continental United States and, now, Russian President Vladimir V. Putin may also planning to do the same from clandestine bases in Nicaragua and Venezuela. He has already visited Punta Huete Airportin Nicaragua where the Russians had intended to deploy Intermediate-Range Ballistic Missiles andThermonuclear Warheads during 1983. So, please remember KAL Flight 007!
John W. Spring
RE: NORTH KOREA’S NEW RUSSIAN-MADE SOLID FUEL ROCKET ENGINES
With the very recent death of U.S. Senator John McCain, besides my accomplishments such as proposing the landing site at Playa Giron on Zapata Peninsula west of Bay of Pigs for Brigade 2506 (Brigada Asalto 2506) during the last months of the Eisenhower Administration and, later, an analytic report on clandestine Soviet deployment of Intermediate-Range Ballistic Missile at Pinar del Rio Province in northwestern Cuba during the Kennedy Administration, I recall that in an earlier letter to President John F. Kennedy, due to Russian military build-up on the island, it had advised him to consider a U.S. naval blockade. During the Cuban Missile Crisis, McCain sat in the cockpit of a U.S. Navy fighter jet on the flight deck of the USS Enterprise, a large aircraft carrier, deployed off the coast of Cuba with a designated target definitely on his mind. It was my earlier advice to President Kennedy that had later had caused him and so many other personnel in our U.S. Armed Forces be deployed to and near theCaribbean Sea during the fall of 1962.
Several years later, my extensive research on manufacturing employment as well as industries in aerospace and electronics that I became aware of why North Korea has not done the R&D and the manufacturing to produce the Solid-Fuel Rocket Fuel Engines, now in its possession for the ICBMsthat are able to reach any area in the continental United States, but they are built in the Moscow Industrial Area in Russia because Pyongyang does not have any adequate industrial infrastructure to support an independent aerospace program to manufacture ICBM components.
So the DPRK is actually serving as a proxy for Russia as did Cuba for the former USSR.
John W. Spring
NORTH KOREA’S NEW RUSSIAN SOLID FUEL ROCKET ENGINES
John W. Spring
North Korea’s new Russian solid fuel rocket engines are now available for Pyongyang’s ICBMs that can reach any place in the United States and beyond with its Thermonuclear Warheads.
Aerospace industries require logistical connections to heavy and light industries as well as R&Dfacilities for aerodynamics, artificial intelligence, chemistry, computers, cybernetics, electronics, geophysics, mathematics, metallurgy, nuclear physics, optics, and physics as well as many other engineering and scientific fields.
In the case of North Korea with its vast underground facilities for various clandestine operations for its biological, chemical, cybernetic, missile and nuclear programs, unless Pyongyang’s has advanced beyond the infrastructure requirement needed to support the aforementioned activity, it would probably require more aqueducts, airports, bridges, electric-generating plants, highways, manufacturing facilities, oil and gas pipelines, iron and steel plants for metal fabrication, tunnels and utility lines for electrical power and water of which some may still function or operate on the surface above ground, if they do, indeed, exist. This is why components for missiles and rocket engines are probably manufactured in Russia and neighboring nations of the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) such as Belarus and Kazakhstan.
So most of North Korea’s aerospace components were basically manufactured in Russia or at the other current CIS facilities of the former Soviet Union and then transported to the DPRK where they are assembled or re-assembled in one-mile deep underground facilities.
In other words, North Korea is serving as a “proxy” for Russia in a similar manner as did Cuba for the former Soviet Union in the Cuban Missile Crisis and Nicaragua in the Second Missile Crisis during the Cold War. JWS