Gordon Duff: Germany Mounts Nuke Missiles On Subs For Israel

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Gordon Duff

Germany Mounts Nuke Missiles On Subs For Israel

Israel Has No Cruise Missile Capabability, Germans Violate Non-Proliferation Treaty

Today, Germany admitted arming nuclear submarines for Israel, not just selling subs, but supplying missiles and warheads.  Did they say so openly?  In fact, based on research any journalist is capable of, they did exactly that. 

We had long suspected, as have most Germans, that Merkel was an agent of some kind, a handmaiden of the secret societies trying to bring about global Armageddon.

Germany’s admissions today aren’t news to those who follow defense issues.  They don’t even come close to full disclosure, but they do make it inexorable, that we can now safely assume that Germany has long been a rogue nation and a “behind the scenes” manipulator with leadership only slightly changed from the Hitler era.

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Officially, Israel has 3 Dolphin Class submarines supplied by Germany.  Der Spiegel announced today that these boats had been specially modified to launch nuclear cruise missiles.  What Der Spiegel failed to note is that the missiles themselves were supplied with the boats, nuclear weapons included.

Germany is helping Israel to develop its military nuclear capabilities, SPIEGEL has learned. According to extensive research carried out by the magazine, Israel is equipping submarines that were built in the northern German city of Kiel and largely paid for by the German government with nuclear-tipped cruise missiles. The missiles can be launched using a previously secret hydraulic ejection system. Israeli Defence Minister Ehud Barak told SPIEGEL that Germans should be “proud” that they have secured the existence of the state of Israel “for many years.”

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Dolphin Getting Nuke Load in Germany, Violation of NP Treaty

Phi Beta Iota:  All sources have mixed reliability depending on many factors.  This is worth noting but not sufficient in and of itself.