Monday, April 17, 2017
Why are US Carrier Deployments looking like Pearl Harbor
As another Lame Cherry exclusive in matter anti matter.
To make you aware of something in the President Trump deployment of 3 carrier groups to the Sea of Japan to "send a message" to North Korea.
As Yoichi Shimatsu stated correctly, these are nuclear powered rust buckets. To be more precise, two are rust buckets and one is radioactive contaminated from Fukushima.
The carriers are Nimitz, the flagship of the Nimitz class of super carriers, afloat since 1975, the Vinson afloat since 1982, and the Reagan afloat since 2003. The Pentagon is floating a new Ford class of super carriers, and these carriers are expendable or contaminated and can not be scrapped.
Remember the lesson of December 7th, 1941 when Franklin Roosevelt left the rust bucket battleships at Pearl Harbor for Japan to bomb, in retaliation for America cutting off Japanese oil supply, so a reluctant America would be shoved into another world war.
Whether President Trump understands this or not, the Pentagon has placed 3 expendable carrier groups to be sunk in the Sea of Japan.
In modern warfare the floating Navy is a sitting duck platform.
The evidence indicates this is deployment which is not expected to return to port, and to be a stepping stone to the undeniable fact that America is already in world war.