Skip to comments.SMOKING GUN URANIUM-GERMANY WHILE Ritter Stokes Islamic Hate
Posted on 09/28/2002 2:12:10 PM PDT by Diogenesis
SMOKING GUN LINKS URANIUM to GERMANY WHILE IRAQ's PR Ritter Stokes Islamic Hate.
This is a MUST-SEE.
======== Turkey ===========
In Turkey, captured weapons-grade urainum ~33 pounds.
Detained two men from an east European country, cost ~5 million dollars
========== London =====
Meanwhile in London, Scott Ritter, former American, inflames one hundred thousand.
No suprise here.
Interesting website located in FRANCE (Gee thanks France!)...http://isuisse.ifrance.com/emmaf/indterhand.html...
Mercury switches are a switch that uses the fact that mercury metal conducts electricity, as do all metals, but mercury metal is a liquid at room temperatures. A typical mercury switch is a sealed glass tube with two electrodes and a bead of mercury metal. It is sealed because of mercury's nasty habit of giving off brain-damaging vapors. The diagram below may help to explain a mercury switch.
A / \ B
_____wire +______/___________ \
\ ( Hg ) | /
wire - |
When the drop of mercury ("Hg" is mercury's atomic symbol) touches both contacts, current flows through the switch. If this particular switch was in its present position, A---B, current would be flowing, since the mercury can touch both contacts in the horizontal position.
If, however, it was in the | position, the drop of mercury would only touch the + contact on the A side. Current, then couldn't flow, since mercury does not reach both contacts when the switch is in the vertical position.
This type of switch is ideal to place by a door. If it were placed in the path of a swinging door in the verticle position, the motion of the door would knock the switch down, if it was held to the ground by a piece if tape. This would tilt the switch into the verticle position, causing the mercury to touch both contacts, allowing current to flow through the mercury, and to the igniter or squib in an explosive device. Imagine opening a door and having it slammed in your face by an explosion.
It just says that they searched below the seat
and found a secret box with a cylinder
7 cm. in diameter, bullet shaped,
and 700 grams of heavy uranium inside.
Here goes . . . Critical mass for weapons grade uranium is a couple of kilos, I believe. So wouldn't 33 pounds of weapons grade uranium compressed together in a capsule like that blow up in a nuclear explosion, or at least melt right down through that table top, the floor of a car, and anything else it came in contact with?
It also seems to me that somebody in the Turkish police is handling that thing rather nonchalantly; who's the poor sucker who put that sign up next to it and set it on the table.
Finally, just out of curiosity, "youranuom", which appears on the placard, and also is stamped on the capsule far right, obviously means "uranium." But what language is it, anyone? Babelfish says the German word for uranium is also "uranium," just as in English. Turkish? German and Turkish on the same capsule? German weapons grade uranium destined for Turkey, perhaps? What's missing in this picture? :-)
but I still can't make out what it says on the right
Look at this folks....
Red mercury is definitely used in the production of nuclear weapons with Soviet technology. Red mercury is of great interest to third world countries that want to make nuclear bombs, because the technology is different and cheaper than that used in the west. There is information from government sources in Bulgaria and Georgia that a type of red mercury is used in the nuclear weapons production process. Red mercury is used as a detonator, an ignition material, to make the bomb itself explode. The fact is that a very large black market exists for red mercury and there are many buyers prepared to pay in the range of millions."
Further confirmation comes from the USA, Italy, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, and the IAEA. In early February the IAEA stated that "red mercury can be used as a detonator in nuclear weapons."
Hey, you folks gotta check this out. There's a pale picture, but if you click on it, it's Arab, and it shows somebody dead. Looks like a bullet hole in his head. Who is it?
The search turns up a page about a uranium seizure... red mercury is conjuctured to be used in fuses for the Suitcase Nukes that the Russian KGB made!
quoting:Thomas Nilsen 1997-09-21 12:00
3.8 kilograms stolen uranium seized in Caucasus
Russian police seized 3.8 kilograms of stolen uranium in the home of a man in the North Caucasus town of Ivanov on Thursday. The uranium has been traced to originate at the nuclear research center of Sarov (Arzamas-16).
The police seized the stolen uranium after they detained a gang suspected of trying to sell the highly radioactive substance, according to Interfax news agency. Several times the gang had tried to offer the uranium to prospective buyers in Moscow, the Baltic states and elsewhere. The uranium-238 was kept in a metal cylinder inside a lead isolator. Uranium-238 can be used to produce nuclear bombs by scientists with the bomb-developing know-how.
The police investigators also seized two jars containing highly toxic red mercury-oxide weighing about 2 kilograms. Red mercury is also belived to be a substance for developing small nuclear devices, like those suitcase-sized nuclear bombs former Russian security advisor Alexandr Lebed a week ago claimed that Moscow had lost the track of.
The police says to Interfax that the uranium comes from the federal nuclear research center in Sarov (former Arzamas-16), from where a container went missing in 1994. On september 16th, employees and scientists of the center startet protest actions because of the state's salary-debt to the center. They claimed that the center is in a catastrophic position and its safety jeopardized, because of poor financing.
Uranium weighing 15 Kilos 700 grams inside (the cylinder).
My Turkish isn't that great, and I need a dictionary, which slows me down.
My wife can do a better translation when she gets home (an hour from now).
Question: WHO paid for Ritter's trip and expenses?
makes me want to sing a song!
If I could teach the world to sing,
in perfect harmony
I'd like to buy the world a NUKE
and make them my dhimmi's
It's the ree-eal thing...
that's what nukes are today
it's the ree-eal thing....
what our world wants today
it's the ree-al thing
is islam armed with nukes...
GASP! Uncontrollable wretching...
A side note
The Made In [Country] stamp on a product seems to always be in English and in Roman letters regardless what the country might be. The rest might be in the language and alphabet of the country of origin.
Question: WHO paid for Ritter's trip and expenses?
They're written in English. Nuf said. Our left wing politicians and supporters, no doubt.
This is approximately 34.5 lbs.
Just found another interesting Google hit
QUOTING the page:
A man portable nuclear weapon would be the size of an average piece of luggage weighing between seventy and one hundred fifty pounds. Much of that weight is probably some sort of radiation shielding to prevent detection and to protect the people deploying the weapon. The weapon would have some sort of integrated explosive. Most likely, the traditional safety devices will not be present due to weight considerations. The fissile material is probably Plutonium in order to provide a higher yield from a smaller physical warhead. There would have to be an arming mechanism, perhaps a key or a series of buttons.
Such a device might have a yield in the .2 to .5 kiloton range (although, recent reports suggest a 10 kiloton). Not enough to bust a city, but certainly adequate for strategic targets like listening posts, regional air traffic control centers, major power plants, hydro-electric dams, large highway interchanges or strategic locks and dams.
Rumors suggest such weapons were designed, manufactured and perhaps deployed. The likely American sites where these weapons are hidden appear to be Montana, Brainerd, Minnesota and upstate New York. The most persistent rumors imply the KGB in the mid to late seventies ordered the production of at least 132 weapons, and may have sanctioned the production of as many as 300 weapons. Official statements acknowledging the existence of such weapons surface from time to time, they are generally followed by murkier denials from the same people.
The Komitet Gosudarstvennoi Bezopasnosti Committee for State Security KGB was a combination paramilitary force and the Russian version of the Central Intelligence Agency. The KGB is not remembered as a fraternal organization seeing to the needs of widows and orphans. The KGB was a vicious service that repressed its own civilian population and conducted exotic assassinations against defectors and western targets.
Is it conceivable that the procurement of nuclear weapons could take place outside the force structure of the Soviet Strategic Rocket Forces? Suppose the rumors are true. The KGB Chairman in the late seventies was a man named Iurii I. Andropov. He later became the Communist Party Secretary and presided over the shoot down of Korean Airlines Flight 007 and the aggressive deployment of mobile missiles throughout Eastern Europe. It seems credible that Andropovs KGB was capable of ordering the development of such weapons.
The weapons were most likely designed and developed at Arzamas-16. Arzamas-16 was a closed city from 1946 to 1996. This means it literally disappeared from Russian maps and its location was a state secret. It is still the premier Russian nuclear design lab and is the sister city to Los Alamos. For example, Andre Sakarovthe father of the hydrogen bomb worked at Arzamas-16.
The suitcase bomb is not the type of weapon that can be launched from a cannon, mounted on a missile or dropped from a bomber. It is not the kind of weapon conventional military forces would sponsor. It is a weapon fairly useless in a storage barracks somewhere in the Siberian wilderness, which leads us to the next uncomfortable conclusion: For a portable nuclear weapon to be useful, it would need to be close to its target. The targets were not inside the Soviet Union, but in Japan, South Korea, West Germany, France, England, Israel, Iran and America.
A better moniker would be the clandestine nuclear weapon. The delivery system is maybe two people and Chevy Nova. Seem improbable? Then ask yourself, how difficult would it be to move a small nuclear weapon across the Canadian or Mexican borders? If a weapon of this nature could easily moved across an open international border, it would effectively short circuit the billions invested in surveillance and detection systems.
Ritter shoots off his mouth for the enemy.
It's time a firing squad shot it off for him.
That could be it. A promise of more. Peacenick Liberals will sell their country for a free handout in a split second, no questions asked!
Remember back on Saddam's birthday, when his generals told him of something that they had finally produced for him on his birthday? And that it wouldn't be the last one they built? Sound about right? We all laughed about what this mystery object might be back then here on FR, but we may have been rather premature.
No, but I e-mailed them anyway. Also e-mailed a few lib friends up north.
Here is another update.
===== International Atomic Energy Agency gas centrifuge diagram
This aluminum tubing, which Ritter dismisses, was sent from China thru Jordan to Iraq, and may have been used to enrich uranium
Or is English the industry standard as it is in aviation?
No there is no mention of cyanide in this article.
Just basically the facts we read on AP.
So it's obvious the left wing has taken the side of Americas enemy? Rallying with Muslims, and lashing out at America. We need pictures of the DC protesters. Got any?
Hey Dashole, are you listening?
(There are a lot of technical terms in the article)
However, with my basic Turkish, I don't see anything in the article
that wasn't already reported in AP.