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Meteor strike result of secret US weapons test: Russian MP

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Liberal Democratic Party leader Vladimir Zhirinovsky

A member of Russian parliament says the recent meteor strike in the Ural Mountains was in reality the result of secret testing of new weapons by the US, reported RT.

“Those were not meteorites; it was Americans testing their new weapons,” said Russia’s controversial Liberal leader Vladimir Zhirinovsky.

“[US Secretary of State] John Kerry wanted to warn [Russia’s Foreign Minister] Lavrov on Monday, he was looking for Lavrov, and Lavrov was on a trip. He meant to warn Lavrov about a provocation against Russia,” Zhirinovsky added.

On Friday, Russian Emergency Ministry said in a statement that fragments of the meteor fell in the region of Chelyabinsk in the morning and shattered windows. More than 1,000 people, including 200 children, were injured as a result.

The fragments reportedly fell near the town of Satka, about 200 kilometers from the regional capital city of Chelyabinsk.

A 20,000-member cleanup team has been sent to the area.

Authorities say the meteorite did not cause any major damage. “There is no damage to heating, gas supply, energy grids. All systems work properly,” Chelyabinsk deputy governor Sergei Komyakov told reporters.

“What happened over the Urals region was not a meteor shower, as was reported earlier,” Emergency Situations Ministry spokeswoman Yelena Smirnykh told the Interfax news agency. “It was a single meteor which burned up as it passed through the lower layers of the Earth’s atmosphere.”


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6 Responses to " Meteor strike result of secret US weapons test: Russian MP "

  1. Eyeman1 says:

    I thought that the Russians were trying to get control of the amount of vodka consumed on a daily basis? Guess they have a way to go, eh?

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    • Defiant says:

      vodka is still healthier than crystal meth and SSRI psychotropic drugs.

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      • Alyosha volkova says:

        Thank you I was thinking the same things :D

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  2. G.Mo. says:

    There was a company here in the US a few months back that made claim to their ability to snare passing astroids for mining purposes. Figuring that most technology developed in the US is by military contract for military usage and doesn’t reach public sector for sometimes decades, makes me wonder what a ten or twenty year old perfected version of this astroid snare would be like,

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  3. Zharkov says:

    Zhirinovsky has always said outrageous things.

    Many suspicious Russians probably agree with him.

    Another way to view it is that if the US had resisted the urge to create kinetic space weapons, then guys like Zhirinovsky would have nothing to support his conspiracy theory.

    Fortunately, enough meteorite material is on the ground to disprove Zhirinovsky’s claim this time.

    Next time, Russian Command may launch their missiles if ordered. And that is the danger of maintaining space-based kinetic weapons – one mistake and the earth goes back to the Stone Age.

    Are those weapons worth the risk? I don’t think so.

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  4. Cascadian says:

    A secret human agenda, or a secret Alien agenda?

    What if some of the unexplained phenomenon occurring in the world today are really the result of a darker, more hidden agenda by forces from beyond our world.

    The Allies of Humanity Briefings are a vital source of information regarding this hidden ET agenda. I highly recommend these briefings if you want to go deeper into these truths


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