Russian Bombers Fly Within 50 Miles of California Coast

This again is a glaring example of reality planning. The Russians are doing test flights in case of need to fry US Communications. We saw how they played these numbskulls off the board over Syria and Iran. They are getting ready for the big one if needed.

What many people do not understand is that within a 50 mile proximity any hypersonic missile launch over the US would wipe out the continental US electricity grid in about 2 minutes exploded over say southern Nevada at high altitude.

And you wonder why no one wants to point out the reality of an interconnected world at a time when first strike doctrine is practiced, by a faltering US influence, a victim of its own failed logic. Is it so hard to ponder that Russia and China both will act as one first rather than be victimized? It is a time for rational people, assuming there are some still left, to acknowledge the multipolar reality of the world today and work for peace and lift humanity from this descent of failed US economic and monetary policies that have brought our world to the point we are at. Because if we do not then the world may come to the abyss through miscalculation or complete stupidity, and that truly would be tragic. This is a very dangerous era now.

Russian TU-95 Bear H / AP

U.S. F-22, F-15 jets intercept four Bear H bombers near Alaska, Northern California

The Washington Free Beacon
By Bill Gertz
11 June 2014

Four Russian strategic bombers triggered U.S. air defense systems while conducting practice bombing runs near Alaska this week, with two of the Tu-95 Bear H aircraft coming within 50 miles of the California coast, the North American Aerospace Defense Command (Norad) confirmed Wednesday.

“The last time we saw anything similar was two years ago on the Fourth of July,” Navy Capt. Jeff Davis, a Norad spokesman, told the Free Beacon.

Davis said the latest Bear H incursions began Monday around 4:30 p.m. Pacific time when radar detected the four turbo-prop powered bombers approaching the U.S. air defense zone near the far western Aleutian Islands.

Two U.S. Air Force F-22 jets were scrambled and intercepted the bombers over the Aleutians.

After tracking the bombers as they flew eastward, two of the four Bears turned around and headed west toward the Russian Far East. The bombers are believed to be based at the Russian strategic base near Anadyr, Russia.

The remaining two nuclear-capable bombers then flew southeast and around 9:30 P.M. entered the U.S. northern air defense zone off the coast of Northern California.

Two U.S. F-15 jets were deployed and intercepted the bombers as they eventually flew within 50 miles of the coast before turning around and heading west.

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