A new classified Ministry of Defense (MoD) report circulating in the Kremlin today states that for the second time in two years, “advanced” Federation “electronic warfare defences” have crippled the Arleigh Burke-class guided missile destroyer USS Donald Cook (DDG-75)—and when Baltic Fleet “special forces elements” offered assistance to tow them back to their Polish port, the Americans refused to respond.
According to this report, in April, 2014, the USS Donald Cook, while performing a mission in the Black Sea, substantially violated Federation “territorial integrity” causing President Putin to authorize an “electronic warfare defense” attack against it that was so devastating this top-line warship was left adrift—and once towed back to its Romanian port, its American sailors were so demoralized 27 of them filed immediate letters of resignation from the US Navy.
One year later, in May 2015, this report continues, and again in the Black Sea, the Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Ross (DDG-71) substantially violated Federation “territorial integrity” causing President Putin, once again, to authorize an “electronic warfare defense” attack against it, but when confronted with the fate that befell the USS Donald Cook the year prior it retreated—causing one Russian top-level Naval Officer to state: “It seems that the Americans did not forget the April 2014 incident when one Su-24 actually shut down all equipment on the new USS Donald Cook American destroyer with anti-missile system elements.”
In March 2015 too, this report notes, Federation submarine naval forces attacked with their “advanced” electronic weapons the American aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN-71) causing it to flee to the coast of Britain where it remained for weeks to the amazement of the public until it was repaired and able to get under sail again—and as we had told about in our report titled Terrified US Aircraft Carrier Flees From Russian Subs To UK Safety.
This weeks “attack encounter” of Federation forces with the USS Donald Cook, this report details, began when this American warship began an “aggressive combat maneuver” against the Baltic Sea Fleet port in Kaliningrad, to which President Putin authorized another immediate “electronic warfare defense” against.
Russia’s “electronic warfare defense” measures, as we’ve previously reported on, are based on what is called “magrav technology” (Western code name code name “Khibiny”) developed by Iranian-born nuclear engineer Mehran Keshe (called “a modern day Nikola Tesla”) who in a 2012 personal letter to President Obama warned: “The aircraft carriers of the US will become nothing but floating bathtubs if our Magravs technology is used effectively, and the runways full of F16s and 18s and so on will be nothing but runway museums of iron birds, as these craft will not be able to fly if their electronic systems are once touched by Magravs space technology. These crafts and battleships would have to be rewired from A to Z before they could ever operate again.”
And according to MoD experts in this report, this past Monday’s (11 April) “attack/assault” upon the Federations “territorial integrity” by the USS Donald Cook can be considered as a test by the Americans of their “rewired” warship—but which after Federation Sukhoi Su-24 aircraft deployed their “electronic warfare defense” against it this craft “died a quick electronic death”.
On Tuesday (12 April), this report continues, a Baltic Sea Fleet KA-27 Helix helicopter made (at least) 7 flights over the deck of the disabled USS Donald Cook hailing its crew offering “towing assistance”, but when “small caliper arms” were pointed towards it, Federation commanders ordered two SU-24 jets to make a further 11 “close-range and low altitude passes” over this warship—after which no further “American belligerence” was observed.
This report concludes by noting the statement of White House spokesman Josh Earnest who said “This incident … is entirely inconsistent with the professional norms of militaries operating in proximity to each other in international water and international airspace”—to which the MoD replied, “Frankly speaking, [we] do not understand the reason for such a painful reaction of our American colleagues. The principle of freedom of navigation for the US destroyer, which is staying in close proximity to a Russian naval base in the Baltic Sea, does [not] at all not cancel the principle of freedom of flight for Russian aircraft.”
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