lunes, 5 de octubre de 2009

Yamantau La Montana Secreta



In line with what our Founder, Dr. Joseph Jeffers, wrote in his dynamic book, "WAR WITH RUSSIA," we now bring you the secrets of Yamantau Mountain! Russia is still preparing for a first-strike nuclear missile attack upon America, regardless of what we are being told in the media and by government agencies. Russia and China are still planning an overwhelming invasion of the United States of America! The catastrophic "Vision of George Washington" will still come to pass! Ezekiel chapters 38 and 39 will also still come to pass, as the Prophet foresaw Gog and Magog coming from the North to invade the New Jerusalem (Jer-USA-lem), America-Israel!
An Area 51 in Russia? Some people think so and their suspicions are secretly shared by the U.S. Congress. Testimony was taken on Congressional suspicions of a Russian military complex being built beneath Yamantau Mountain. Starting in the Brezhnev period, Russia has been pursuing construction of a massive underground facility at Yamantau Mountain and the city of Mezhgorye (formerly the settlements of Beloretsk-15 and Beloretsk-16). Russia’s federal budget lists the project as a closed territory containing installations of the Ministry of Defense.
On April 16, 1996, the "New York Times" reported on this mysterious military base being constructed in Russia: "In a secret project reminiscent of the chilliest days of the Cold War, Russia is building a mammoth underground military complex in the Ural Mountains, Western officials and Russian witnesses say. Hidden inside Yamantau mountain in the Beloretsk area of the southern Urals, the project involved the creation of a huge complex, served by a railroad, a highway, and thousands of workers."
The complex, being built inside Yamantau Mountain by tens of thousands of workers, covers an area the size of the Washington area inside the Beltway. There are reportedly provisions for living inside the man-made caves. There is an underground warehouse for food and clothing, a shelter for the Russian national leadership in case of nuclear war, and rumors that the Yamantau Mountain project was associated with the "Dead Hand" nuclear retaliatory command and control system for strategic missiles.
Some U.S. analysts believe the secret underground complex beneath Yamantau Mountain betrays a lingering belief among top Russian leaders that they must continue to prepare to fight and win a nuclear war. Russians say they still fear the U.S.
It is now known that the Soviet Union used secret underground bases in Eastern Europe to conceal nuclear missiles at the end of the Cold War, as an integral part of its nuclear war-fighting strategy. In all, some 73 SS-23 missiles, packing a nuclear punch 365 times the bomb that detonated over Hiroshima, were hidden by the Soviets in violation of the INF Treaty, which went into force in 1988. If war had broken out those missiles would have given the Soviets overwhelming strategic advantage against the United States, allowing them to decimate NATO forces in Europe in a surprise attack.
Today, Russia may be conducting nuclear deception on a far vaster scale beneath Yamantau Mountain, where it has dug out a gigantic underground military complex designed to withstand a sustained nuclear assault. A U.S. intelligence source was quoted as saying that the Yamantau complex is BUT ONE OF SOME 200 SECRET DEEP UNDERGROUND NUCLEAR-WAR FIGHTING SITES IN RUSSIA, many of which have been significantly upgraded over the past six years at a cost of billions of dollars.
Since the end of the Cold War in 1991, U.S. intelligence sources believe the Russian government has pumped more than $6 billion into Yamantau alone, to construct a sprawling underground complex that spans some 400 square miles! In 1998, in a rare public comment, then-Commander of the U.S. Strategic Command (STRATCOM) Gen. Eugene Habiner, called Yamantau: "A very large complex – we estimate that it has millions of square feet available for underground facilities. We don’t have a clue as to what they’re doing there."
It is believed to be large enough to house 60,000 persons, with a special air filtration system designed to withstand a nuclear, chemical or biological attack. Enough food and water is believed to be stored at the site to sustain the entire underground population for months on end.
"The only potential use for this site is post-nuclear war," says U.S. Representative Roscoe Bartlett. Bartlett is one of the handful of members of Congress who has closely followed the Yamantau Project.
The Yamantau Mountain complex is located close to one of Russia’s remaining nuclear weapons labs, Chelyabinsk-70, giving rise to speculation it could house either a nuclear warhead storage site, a missile base, a secret nuclear weapons production center, a directed energy laboratory or a buried command post. Whatever it is, Yamantau was designed to survive a nuclear war.
In response to repeated U.S. inquiries, the Russian government has provided no fewer than 12 separate and contradictory explanations for the site, none of them believed to be credible.
A 1997 Congressional Research Service report said that the vast sums invested to build the Yamantau Mountain complex "provide evidence of excessive military modernization in Russia." Russia is pouring money into this and other underground nuclear sites at the same time U.S, taxpayers have provided billions of dollars in aid to Russia to help dismantle nuclear warheads taken off line as a result of START 1 and START II.
"Yamantau Mountain is the largest nuclear-secure project in the world. They have very large train tracks running in and out of it, with enormous rooms carved inside the mountain. It has been built to resist a half dozen direct nuclear hits, one after the other in a direct hole. It’s very disquieting that the Russians are doing this when they don’t have $200 million to build the service module on the International Space Station and can’t pay housing for their own military people [so they claim].
The Russians have constructed two entire cities over the site, known as Beloretsk 15 & 16, which are closed to the public, each with 30,000 workers. No foreigner has ever set foot near the site. A U.S. military attache stationed in Moscow was turned back when he attempted to visit the region a few years ago. Neither the Central Intelligence Agency nor the Defense Intelligence Agency will comment on what the Russians are doing at Yamantau Mountain. "There’s not a lot we could say without venturing into the classified realm," CIA spokesman Mike Mansfield said. "It’s hard to discuss it with any specificity."
The very little that is known publicly about the site comes from Soviet-era intelligence officers, who defected to Great Britain and the United States. In public testimony before a House Armed Services Subcommittee last October, KGB defector Col. Oleg Gordievsky said the KGB had maintained a separate, top-secret organization, known as directorate 15, to build and maintain a network of underground command bunkers for the Soviet leadership – including the vast site beneath Yamantau Mountain.
"And what is interesting was that Russia’s new democratic leaders are using those facilities, and the same service is still running the same facility, like it was 10, 15 years ago." Col. Oleg Gordievsky
The following is an excerpt from an interview between Chris Ruddy and Col. Stanislav Lunev, a Russian military intelligence officer who defected in 1992. Col. Stanislav Lunev is the highest-ranking military intelligence officer ever to have defected from Russia.
"You asked about Yamantau Mountain. Well, this is a huge underground city, which could be used in a time when many Russian cities are destroyed, but the military and political elite will survive and live until our planet will try to restore itself."
One U.S. official expressed so much concern about Yamantau Mountain that he called it "DOOMSDAY MOUNTAIN"!

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