Ten days ago we reported on a suspicious explosion in Northern Russia which resulted in a few casualties and “nothing to see here.” Several new developments suggest something more.
We’ve now learned that two nearby radiation monitoring stations went dark right after the incident. This is code for, we can’t report what can’t report. The official line is Communication and network issues at the monitoring facilities. Because of the high levels of radiation or because you did not want them reported?
What we do know is that Russia has been bragging about high tech weapons. Missiles that can evade American missile defense and torpedoes that can defeat US countermeasures. Then there’s the “isotope power source for a liquid-fueled rocket engine.” Oh, and they do lie, like Democrats.
The initial report from the country’s nuclear agency said that five workers were killed in a rocket engine explosion. The Guardian reported that radiation levels in Severodvinsk, a nearby city, increased 20 times above normal for about a half hour after the explosion.
Military, nuclear weapons accident.
The cause of the explosion may never be known. Secret weapons program, don’t you know.
Which looks just like this.