Monday, February 16, 2009

British and French Nuclear Submarines Collide

Not really finding much time to keep up with any sort of news at the moment but with the story coming out of the British submarine, HMS Vanguard, and the French submarine, 'Le Triomphant' crashing in the Atlantic this month, I did allow myself a little gasp. Both submarines were carrying nuclear ballistic warheads and we are informed that the crash was unavoidable because both were “running silently” to avoid detection by sonar.(1)
Those of us who still possess a modicum of sanity in this mad, mad, world, might come to the conclusion that it is more than a trifle absurd in this day and age for the British and French to have nuclear submarines and that it is almost just as absurd that they deem it necessary to "run silently" to avoid detection by sonar; who do they intend using the submarines against and do they really think that they are going to be attacked by someone? After all, to the best of my knowledge, the zany Zionists are busy elsewhere!
Of course, we don't have to have the deductive skills of a mathematical genius to come to a sound conclusion of what, in all probability, happened and methinks that the silly buggers were actually following each other. Mad as hatters all of them and I suggest that the EU has a wee look into this.
The picture shows HMS Vanguard, which is probably worth about one hundred medium sized hospitals.

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