Monday, July 24, 2017

Russia to Alaska, "We just can't quit you." Well there must be some reason they keep sending military planes close to our airspace.

Courtesy of ABC News: 

American and Canadian fighters jets intercepted two Russian military aircraft that flew north of Alaska and Canada on Thursday night, U.S. Air Force officials said today. 

North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) also confirmed there was another incident on Wednesday night with another pair of Russian aircraft that did not require an intercept, bringing the total number of sightings to four in as many days. 

"Alaskan-based NORAD F-22 Raptors and Royal Canadian CF-18 Hornets intercepted and visually identified two Russian TU-95 bomber aircraft" flying around the north coast of Alaska and Canada, said Mary Ann Clemons a NORAD spokesperson. 

The Russian bombers did not enter American sovereign or Canadian airspace, Clemons said.

Okay I was going to ignore this since it does happen.

But I do not remember it ever happening with this frequency.

We know they are not preparing an invasion or attack, because they already own the guy in the White House. There is simply no need to use anything as crude as military might.

Besides they'd lose.

So maybe they are simply doing it in order to pretend there is still friction between Washington and the Kremlin in order to provide cover for their puppet.

Quite possibly.

Or, and this one seems more likely every day, maybe Trump is planning to simply allow Russians the opportunity to annex part of the state for for their own needs and they are scouting out potential locations with a nice view of the Bering Straight.

Who knows? All I know for sure is that they are definitely up to something.

35 comments:

  1. Anonymous4:33 AM

    Where in hell is Sarah Palin? Has anybody heard Sarah warn America about the Russian planes? I haven't.

    What the eff is she good for?

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    1. Anonymous5:03 AM

      I've been asking that for close to a decade.

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    2. Anonymous8:04 AM

      Who cares? It's so peaceful not hearing a word from the idiot!

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    3. Anonymous8:30 AM

      It's a meme. "Where is Sarah?"

      Mentally she was never actually there. Later she didn't show up to do her elected job.

      It has not been about anyone caring about where she is.

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    4. Yeah, what happened to our Sarah Early Warning System? Isn't she watching from her house?

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    5. Anonymous7:27 PM

      830 Smile.

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  2. Anonymous4:36 AM

    Silly, man, they are overflying to get Palin to comment. i mean it really must be boring for them to have to translate Trump from whatever the fuck language he speaks to marbles in mouth Russian. Maybe they're coming for the famous coffee? *grin*

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  3. No sweat . . . Sarah has her eyes on them. She won't let 'em get away with anything.

    http://www.robertneralich.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/Palin5.jpg

    http://www.daykeeperjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/palin-shooting.jpg

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    1. Anonymous5:54 AM

      The Palins and MOH have been keeping an eye on Russia for many, many years. They also have been training to kill, kill, kill many years. Alaska is protected when the invasion comes.

      http://www.thesportsmanchannel.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/Dakota-Russia.jpg

      http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2015/03/20/26D65F1200000578-3004156-Dakota_Meyer-a-26_1426857975329.jpg

      Never forget what this alliance is capable of accomplishing.

      https://malialitman.files.wordpress.com/2015/05/palin-fuck-you-michael-moore.jpg


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    2. Anonymous8:03 AM

      I'll bet Trump and our military are allowing this movement by the Russians/Putin. Would not surprise me one bit.

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    3. Anonymous8:35 AM

      Trump loves and admires military might.

      He got to flex his power and might as leader of the greatest.

      Trump says military "bigger, better, stronger" at USS Gerald R. Ford commissioning

      http://www.cbsnews.com/news/trump-delivers-remarks-at-uss-gerald-r-ford-commissioning-live-updates/

      I don't see how Putin can resist doing something just for show, like two friendly kids in a pissing contest.

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  4. Furthermore . . . if the Ruskies get too close, the Palin Militia is armed and ready to defend our shores!!

    http://images.thehollywoodgossip.com/iu/s--wvIiom7T--/t_xlarge_l/f_auto,fl_lossy,q_75/v1435696991/bristol-palin-gun-photo.jpg

    http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2016/07/29/21/36B5601600000578-3715115-image-a-61_1469825923878.jpg

    https://malialitman.files.wordpress.com/2016/09/palin-gun.jpg

    http://www.insideedition.com/images/videos/1608/9512.jpg

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  5. Anonymous5:16 AM

    There is a reason. It costs a lot of money for Russians to send bombers.

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    1. Anonymous8:31 PM

      Could it be the reason they exhumed graves ancestors is in Alaska? Shrug.

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  6. Anonymous6:45 AM

    They are doing training exercises for when Putin gives them the word get go. Can't think of any other reason they'd be betting closer and closer.
    I mean here in Alaska we are pretty transparent. Nothing but raw beauty over here same as Russia. Unless Putin is one those landowner types that want to add to his property, and Donald said "Yeah, what the hell, we ain't usin' that place." If so, damn Donald to hell.

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  7. Anonymous7:19 AM

    You could look at it as the Russians patrolling their own airspace, as the coup is pretty much accomplished. We're being ruled by Russia by way if that orange shithead of a proxy in the WH.

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  8. Anonymous7:32 AM

    http://www.rawstory.com/2017/07/trumps-theory-that-russian-hackers-are-too-good-to-get-caught-came-directly-from-putin-in-hamburg-meeting/

    " In fact, he emerged to tell his aides that the Russian president had offered a compelling rejoinder: Moscow’s cyberoperators are so good at covert computer-network operations that if they had dipped into the Democratic National Committee’s systems, they would not have been caught."

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    1. Anonymous9:48 AM

      Trump would know.

      __Russian mafia boss still at large after FBI wiretap at Trump Tower
      http://abcnews.go.com/US/story-fbi-wiretap-russians-trump-tower/story?id=46266198

      Russian mafia boss still at large after FBI wiretap at Trump Tower
      http://abcnews.go.com/US/story-fbi-wiretap-russians-trump-tower/story?id=46266198
      The FBI investigation led to a federal grand jury indictment of more than 30 people, including one of the world’s most notorious Russian mafia bosses, Alimzhan Tokhtakhounov. Known as the “Little Taiwanese,” he was the only target to slip away, and he remains a fugitive from American justice.
      Seven months after the April 2013 indictment and after Interpol issued a red notice for Tokhtakhounov, he appeared near Donald Trump in the VIP section of the Miss Universe pageant in Moscow. Trump had sold the Russian rights for Miss Universe to a billionaire Russian shopping mall developer.
      “He is a major player,” said Mike Gaeta, the agent who led the 2013 FBI investigation of Tokhtakhounov and his alleged mafia money-laundering and gambling ring, in a 2014 interview with ABC News. “He is prominent. He has extremely good connections in the business world as well as the criminal world, overseas, in Russia, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, other countries.”

      Fortune 5: The Biggest Organized Crime Groups in the World
      http://fortune.com/2014/09/14/biggest-organized-crime-groups-in-the-world/
      1. Solntsevskaya Bratva—Revenue: $8.5 billion
      The group is composed of 10 separate quasi-autonomous "brigades" that operate more or less independently of each other. The group does pool its resources, however, and the money is overseen by a 12-person council that "meets regularly in different parts of the world, often disguising their meetings as festive occasions," Varesi says.
      It's estimated that the group claims upwards of 9,000 members, and that it's bread and butter is the drug trade and human trafficking. Russian organized crime in general is heavily involved in the heroin trade that originates in Afghanistan: it's estimated that Russia consumes about 12% of the world's heroin, while it contains just 0.5% of the world's population.

      __Fortune 5: The Biggest Organized Crime Groups in the World

      http://fortune.com/2014/09/14/biggest-organized-crime-groups-in-the-world/

      1. Solntsevskaya Bratva—Revenue: $8.5 billion
      The group is composed of 10 separate quasi-autonomous "brigades" that operate more or less independently of each other. The group does pool its resources, however, and the money is overseen by a 12-person council that "meets regularly in different parts of the world, often disguising their meetings as festive occasions," Varesi says.
      It's estimated that the group claims upwards of 9,000 members, and that it's bread and butter is the drug trade and human trafficking. Russian organized crime in general is heavily involved in the heroin trade that originates in Afghanistan: it's estimated that Russia consumes about 12% of the world's heroin, while it contains just 0.5% of the world's population.

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  9. Anonymous8:01 AM

    'Or, and this one seems more likely every day, maybe Trump is planning to simply allow Russians the opportunity to annex part of the state for for their own needs and they are scouting out potential locations with a nice view of the Bering Straight.'

    That is the possibility I am going with. I've read people who have been talking about that for years, it's not a new idea for Russia to get back Alaska or at least parts of it. Now the opportunity is ripe, it is time for them to get into action.

    Republicans will do their part in secret, no one will know until it is too late to change.

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    1. Anonymous8:41 AM

      I saw a map of the top of the world with the area showing all the Russian planes that parole the area. Alaska was just one little part. Russia is very aggressive and active in that area. Not many people ever think about it since it is so remote and who cares. Too cold.

      That map was about Russian aggression and didn't show anything about USA bombers and planes. Just that Russia wants world domination.

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  10. Olivia8:27 AM

    They are measuring for the draperies.

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    1. Anonymous9:05 AM

      Many Russians in western Alaska?
      "Not about Western Alaska: There is a Russian population on the Kenai Peninsula, and another at Delta Junction, but I don't know the numbers. The one in Delta Junction, as far as I can tell, was the result of immigration to that area from Russia, and believe that Ted Stevens was involved in the process. The one on the Kenai Peninsula I know it exists (I know a family from there), I have no idea of." Ray in AK

      "there are several villages of old believers on the kenai peninsula, and one on afognak island as well. maybe there are more that i'm not aware of?" bortstc37

      "I think a lot of the "Russians" in the Delta area are actually from other former Soviet countries, but yeah, there's a ton of Slavic people around.''

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  11. Anonymous8:35 AM

    666"expanded his inquiry to look at real estate deals involving the Trump Organization, as well as Kushner’s financing."
    “king of diamonds” {BLOOD}
    "“They really made it a state priority to get rid of these sanctions,”"
    https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2017/jul/24/jared-kushner-new-york-russia-money-laundering?CMP=twt_gu

    https://wonkette.com/620630/jared-kushner-innocent-of-all-russian-crimes-according-to-jared-kushner

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  12. Anonymous8:36 AM

    Sarah Palin where's your militia family with all those guns picking off those enemy Russian jets? We're not feeling safe in the lower 48.

    Hope your militia are not in the condition like the time your militia family invaded that Anchorage birthday party in Anchorage.

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    1. Anonymous8:49 AM

      Lock up the liquor just case there is another pregnant girlfriend getting whooped.

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    2. Anonymous9:17 AM

      The Palins are close with Alaska's Russians. Double agents? Russians blended in and like any other group some went on to be very successful. Successful like a Trump? Back in the day it was old school Russia, USSR, KGB. I doubt they are all communist today, but they may have sympathies with mother country. They would assimilate and morph into what?

      What is interesting is the Russian Mob. It is famous for being east coast. Odessa Mafia: The most prominent and dominant Russian criminal group operating in the US; its headquarters is in Brighton Beach.

      Rarely mentioned if they are in Alaska or what is the deal with them in that state?

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    3. Anonymous2:09 PM

      Well, come to think of it, the Seattle area is SWARMING with Russians!! They are also in the major computer companies here - especially also involved with computer security!

      (I wonder why... NOT!!!)

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    4. Anonymous6:33 PM

      Cracking out, stalking others. What's New?

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  13. Anonymous8:53 AM

    Please hit the compound on the dead lake

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  14. Anonymous10:18 AM

    Illegal Immigrants
    http://russiancitiestoday.com/articles/193-how-far-is-alaska-from-russia-illegal-immigrants

    Few people know about this, but there is a third loophole that allows to sneak into the territory of the United States - is the Bering Strait, which separates Chukotka in Russia and Alaska. How far is Alaska from Russia? The shortest distance between two continents is only 55 miles, which theoretically can be overcome for a half hours by speedboat.
    "We can only guess about the number of illegal immigrants who sneak into the United States through the Bering Strait on a fishing boat, inflatable boats and motor boats - says Charles Kozik, the activist of the Coalition Against Illegal Immigration - CAII. - Over the last ten years we have not received from the management of ICE any comments on this issue..."
    Kozik and his associates called Alaska as "state without borders", as its territory is virtually unguarded border - or guarded with the help of helicopters or using ships or with the help of infantrymen.
    Here’s just one absolutely amazing photo from the recently digitized the 1,100 photographs in the E.W. Merrill collection, housed at Sitka National Historical Park.

    https://www.quora.com/What-was-the-Russian-Alaska-like

    https://qph.ec.quoracdn.net/main-qimg-0fe867caeac962175a68f319f10fe64b.webp

    History
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Russian_mafia#History

    When the USSR collapsed and a free market economy emerged, organized criminal groups began to take over Russia's economy, with many ex-KGB soldiers and veterans of the Afghan war offering their skills to the crime bosses.

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  15. Anonymous11:42 AM

    Sarah Palin reacts to Chinese Fighter Jets in the East China Sea.

    https://www.facebook.com/sarahpalin/posts/10155589137883588

    "Scary...Wow" Sarah Palin

    Silence when "American and Canadian fighters jets intercepted two Russian military aircraft that flew north of Alaska and Canada on Thursday night, U.S. Air Force officials said today."
    SPEAKS VOLUMES.

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  16. Anonymous12:27 PM

    No one pays any attention to Russia and Alaska, except those directly involved. NORAD and Russia's bombers. Do many Alaskans even care? I doubt that Trump has a clue that Russia has ever flown a plane near Alaska. His sons may care about hunting, Trump is not that active to think of hunting. Trump cares about Russian loans and real estate deals that make the Trump Organization rich. Someone could tell him to trade half of Alaska to Russia and it would be to make America great and safe.
    Kim Jong-Un is less likely going to nuke Russia. Nuking south Alaska would harm the area around it, Kim Jong-Un is likely to move on and target the north, south coast of US. A very good thing for the part of Alaska that becomes Russia .

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    1. Anonymous7:31 PM

      It's a Frenemy thing. Fake.

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  17. Anonymous4:24 PM

    I think it is funny that Trump's grandpa was an immigrant that ended up in Alaska where he made a fortune and started the family on the road to riches. Before statehood.

    You can blame Alaska for the rich arrogant assholery. There must have been many Russians back in those wild days. Russians that may have funded Trump bank.

    My relatives came to American same time, same boat as Trump grandpa. Strange links do happen. They were from the same area and culture as grandpa Trump. They did not have the low values and morals as a Trump. They did not go North to Alaska.

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    1. Anonymous7:33 PM

      Trumpet dumpty heard there was Russian gold in them thar hills. Shrug.

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