Wednesday, February 11, 2015
BUILD UP TO WWIII - Are Nukes Being Used In Ukraine?
A video reportedly shows a nuclear weapon detonating in Ukraine amid the ongoing fighting in the country. The video, which was shot on a cell phone, shows a mushroom cloud emerging from the explosion and the resulting shockwave. The footage is seemingly consistent with a smaller tactical nuke designed for use on a battlefield in a military situation, as opposed to much larger strategic nukes used to level cities. The video was filmed by a man inside his house, and the shockwave from the blast broke the window he was filming out of. Russian media reports the epicenter of the explosion was in the Kuibyshev district of Donetsk, Ukraine, the site of the most intense fighting between rebels who want Eastern Ukraine to join Russia and the Western-backed Ukrainian government. The media also said the explosion could be seen and felt for “tens of kilometers.” An image from a NATO satellite revealed a mushroom cloud linked to the explosion, according to Zero Hedge. We pointed out the possibility of tactical nukes being deployed in Ukraine back in March. Ukraine has been in turmoil since at least Nov. 2013 when a series of protests funded by billionaire activist George Soros led to the overthrow of the country’s elected leaders and the installation of politicians handpicked by the U.S. State Department. Soros became actively involved in the politics of Eastern Europe and Central Asia after the collapse of the Soviet Union, using multiple non-government organizations with ties to the CIA to spark color revolutions in former Soviet countries. “Billionaire investor/activist George Soros has a giant footprint in Ukraine,” wrote journalist William F. Jasper. “Similar to his operations in dozens of other nations, he has, over the past couple of decades, poured tens of millions of dollars into Ukrainian non-governmental organizations (NGOs), ostensibly to assist them in transforming their country into a more ‘open’ and ‘democratic’ society.” revolutions of 1989 funded a lot of dissident activities, civil society groups in eastern Europe and Poland, the Czech Republic. Are you doing similar things in Ukraine?” Zakaria asked Soros. explosion fire fireball russia news media "eastern europe" ukraine evidence footage video "video camera" huge crazy big shock aftershock tactical war games game facts truth 2015 "george soros" elite millionaire funding billionaire fight fighting battle history historic crisis collapse "united states" usa america germany battlefield film europe future humanity banking bank "elite nwo agenda" alex jones infowars bilderberg 2015 bohemian grove end game rothschild rothchilds illuminati prediction false flag attack ww3 world war 3 unrest prepper demcad prepare jsnip4 daboo7 coast to coast am gerald celente jim rogers marc faber lindsey williams “Well, I set up a foundation in Ukraine before Ukraine became independent of Russia, and the foundation has been functioning ever since and played an important part in events now,” Soros responded. As leaders from France, Cyprus, Germany, US, Russia, and Ukraine drop tape-bombs of turmoil at one another, the following somewhat stunning clip suggests on the ground in Eastern Europe, other - far bigger - bombs are being lobbed... The somewhat mushroom-cloud-like explosion in Donetsk... On the night of Monday, February 9, all Shakhtar scared terrible roar. Residents felt the shock wave shook their homes. As it turned out, was the epicenter of the explosion in the Kuibyshev region, near Donetsk state factory of chemical products. But the roar and the glow was so strong that they had heard and seen are tens of kilometers away Textilschik residents of the neighborhood. - In Donetsk was dealt a powerful blow, - reported in the headquarters of the militia. - Perhaps the use of "Tochka-U" or a set of "Luna-M". The sky lit up with the brightest flash and downs over the place of the munition climbed a huge mushroom of acrid smoke. British Defence Secretary Michael Fallon said on Friday that supplying weapons to Ukraine, an option under consideration in Washington, would escalate the ongoing conflict. French President Francoise Hollande and German Chancellor Angela Merkel flew to Moscow on Friday to discuss the escalating crisis in Ukraine, reportedly without informingthe US Secretary of State John Kerry, who is currently in Ukraine discussing Kiev’s plea for weapons. Germany’s rejection of supplying weapons to Ukrainian forces fighting pro-Russian rebels may heighten the domestic pressure on a reluctant U.S. President Barack Obama to deliver the arms. US Assistant Secretary of State for Europe