Wednesday, January 25, 2017

UK: Anti-war crowd demand answers to that failed Trident Missile test. The fact is, Obama, their hero, covered it up.

(London) After it was revealed that a British Trident missile test didn't go exactly as planned last year, the Liberals and Anti war crowd jumped into the fray seeking to gain as much capital as possible. Whilst they are all screaming 'Cover-up' the simple fact of the matter is the UK was somewhat occupied with wall to wall coverage of the planned 'Brexit' referendum. The date of the missile test was the 20th June 2016 and the EU referendum was 3 days later on the 23rd June 2016.

Hey I'm not saying that the issue is a minor one, far from it, but I still can't get my head around how people are so upset at the findings of a test. (Funny enough I actually did a six month tour on a wee Island in the target zone and when the US carried out their missile tests (Always at night) we would tip up to the bar at Two Boats and watch the missiles (Minus warheads) drop down into the ocean. we would laugh saying that the next time we saw such, we would need to apply a good sunblock.)

Anyway whilst the left, the antiwar crowd and the idiotic opine to the great unwashed that actually we need to get rid of our nuclear deterrent so that this can never happen again. A little news story has come out from the very same newspaper which broke the story and nobody is bothering their arse to mention it. It appears that the Obama administration told the British Government not to mention the story. Why? Because the Trident Missile as used by the UK , is identical to the Trident missiles as used by the US and until the fault could be found and rectified, then it silence all round. Which when it comes to national security is the only way.

But that hasn't stopped the likes of the bBC from promoting yet another story of another missile test which went wrong,

Right at the end you find it transpired in 1958, in a military test area and the missile was in question was the anti-aircraft Sea Slug. 1958 indeed.