In an exclusive video interview with RiskHedge, a long-time geopolitical expert says there is an alternate story making the rounds about the United States’ April 7 missile strike on Syria’s Shayrat Airbase in response to the Syrian regime’s alleged use of sarin gas on its own people.
“Not all missiles made their target,” says Dr. Theodore Karasik, a senior advisor to Gulf State Analytics. “There were supposed to be 60. One malfunctioned on one of the ships. 36 made target, the remainder did not. And, there’s a question of where did they go?”
Dr. Karasik, a former senior political scientist in the International Policy and Security Group at RAND Corporation, spent the last decade in the Middle East and retains an extensive network in the region.
“The missing [missiles] were either brought down by S-300 battery or were taken over by Russian electronic jamming and were plunged into the sea,” explains Dr. Karasik. “Now, this alternative theory means that the US and Russia have already clashed if you will — technically — with the use of the TLAMs (Tomahawk missiles) and then being intercepted or taken over by Russian control.”
If true, this means the US and Russia have had a direct military confrontation for the first time in decades.
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And the Russians are claiming they can jam our electronics and completely shut down our navy. You can read about it here:
I would not be surprised if both claims were true.
What would be REALLY scary is if the Russians could turn our missiles around and get them to hit our own ships. THAT would suck!