US Orders Fire Nukes At Russia Refused By Top US Commander On March 19, 2015

February 2, 2016
February 2, 2016

A new report circulating in the Kremlin today prepared by the Foreign Intelligence (SVR) for the Ministry of Defense (MoD) states that President Barack Obama's nuclear war communications commander has been arrested and relieved of her command after failing to transmit launch codes authorizing an atomic weapons first-strike attack upon the Federation in coordination with a similar "surprise" attack planned by the United Kingdom.

According to the SVR, US Navy Captain Heather E. Cole was the commander of the US Navy's Strategic Communications Wing located at Tinker Air Force Base in Oklahoma whose E-6B Mercury aircraft provide the communications links allowing President Obama and US Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter to directly contact the submarines, bombers and land-based missiles that comprise the United Sates strategic nuclear force.

On Monday, 16 March, this report states, Captain Cole received from the Pentagon a launch order authorizing a "limited" nuclear strike against the Federation, but which failed due to a critical Permissive Action Link (PAL) failure thus causing her to abort this planned attack.

As a PAL is a security device for nuclear weapons whose purpose is to prevent unauthorized arming or detonation of the nuclear weapons, SVR experts in this report explain, the critical failure in this instance was an added security measure ordered by the former US Secretary of Defense, Chuck Hagel, prior to his being forced out of office last month over his refusal to have any part in this attack against Russia.

This report further explains that Secretary Carter was not aware of Secretary Hagel's PAL security changes thus allowing Captain Cole to abort this planned nuclear attack.

For her failure to communicate the launch authorization to US nuclear forces, this report continues, Captain Cole was arrested on Tuesday, 17 March, relieved of her command and then taken by armed guard to US Naval Air Station (NAS) Miramar in San Diego (California) where she remains incommunicado.

The SVR in their report on Captain Cole's refusal to start World War III further states that her actions mirrors those of Soviet Naval Captain Vasili Arkhipov, who during the Cuban Missile Crisis, in 1962, also refused to obey orders to launch nuclear weapons against the United States.

Upon Captain Cole being arrested, a MoD appendix to this SVR report says, President Putin ordered the Federations strategic nuclear bomber forces to their "fail-safe" locations in the Arctic (the fastest air route to the US from Russia), an expansion of the Northern Fleet's combat operations into the Norwegian Sea, and continued combat air operations against NATO forces on the nothern border.

IMPORTANT NOTICE:
Russia Warns "State Of War" Exists As UK Nukes Prepare First Strike.
Likewise, and as we had reported on 15 March, Obama Meets With Top Russian Spy, Warns He Can't Stop War,
neither President Putin or the  MoD have any confidence that President Obama is even in control his military forces anymore, thus necessitating the Federations greatest defensive war moves since World War II, and even as we reported on our 17 March report,Moscow Bomb Shelters Begin To Fill As Russia Prepares For War.

And, perhaps, most appalling...as President Putin, after greeting over 100,000 cheering citizen supporters in Red Square earlier today, meets with close aide toChinese President Xi Jinping to update China on the Federations war preparations, there remains no evidence that the West, particularly the United States, are preparing their own people for the horrific catastrophe soon to come.

The fate of Captain Cole, however, is much more known as it will be exactly like Captain Arkhipov's...a relegation to the dustbin of history as a failed officer, at best, or her early suicide/death to prevent her from telling what she knows.

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November 27, 2010
(INWA) INTERNATIONAL NUCLEAR WEAPONS ALLIANCE
Website: INTNWA.ORG
Telephone:  Washington, D.C. U.S.  1 (202) 465-4341, or
San Francisco, CA. U.S.  1 (415) 738-6107
Director, Dr, Peter Andre Levin  1 (650) 771-1319 cell phone
E-mail to the Director: peter4444@sbcglobal,net
Mail:  Dr. Peter Andre Levin, Director, INWA, P.O. Box 5352, Redwood City, CA  U.S. 94063





TO: All countries under INWA Nuclear Weapons Treaty, and
      To all countries not yet under this treaty

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SURVIVAL DECEMBER 2012

October 16, 2010




FROM THE INWA:

There is a responsibility to mankind's survival by all countries, for the possessing of nuclear materials, nuclear materials used in nuclear power plants for generating electricity, and the nuclear materials housed in many nuclear weapons in missile silos.

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