Wednesday, January 4, 2017

Lord Stirling's News Blog EUROPE

EUROPE
 

Lord Stirling's News Blog EUROPE
 

 
Holy Shroud of Turin

  Powerful prayer to St. Michael the Archangel - video ~ link

ORTHODOX CHERUBIM HYMN - video  ~ link 

Ava Maria - video ~ link 

Ava Maria - video ~ link    
 Pray for Peace






 
 
Obama's War on Trump comes at the expense of American Interests ~ link ~ Obama has spent his political career crapping all over America, why should he change these last few days!!!  Stirling  
Obama’s promised ‘smooth transition’ has turned out to be one of the biggest setups the US has seen in its political history. The President’s last efforts are a case study of politicking and group interests put way above those of the country.

Ron Paul's statement on new efforts to 'Audit the FED' ~ link ~ How about audit it and the gold at Fort Knox and then KILL THE FED!!!  Stirling  
 
Merkel's power and influence in Europe crumbles ~ link ~ She should be tried, convicted and HUNG for what she has unleashed on Europe!!!  Stirling    
 
Turkey's Geopolitical About-Face ~ link ~ I am far from certain that Russia will be able to trust Erdogan!!!  He is more slippery that a bucket of eels!!!   Stirling
President Vladimir Putin has announced that he has concluded a cease-fire agreement for Syria, with Turkey, which until now has been the main operational support for the jihadists. How may we explain this astonishing turn of events? Will President Erdoğan be able to turn his country away from the influence of the United States and towards that of Russia? What are the causes and the consequences of this dramatic reversal? 
 
USN: New Aegis-class destroyer successfully completes final test ~ link ~ Hopefully our boys have figured out a ECCM fix for the systems that were blinded in the USS Cook by a old Russian fighter about a year ago.  Stirling  
 
First batch of Su-35 multipurpose fighters arrive in China ~ link ~ China continues to upgrade their military power using the cash flow from American-supplied factories!!!  Stirling  
 
Boeing T-X USAF trainer jet container completes First Flight  ~ link ~ This is a big program and there are several competitors with two or three good options.  Stirling    
Boeing and partner Saab today completed the first flight of their all-new T-X aircraft, which is designed specifically for the U.S. Air Force’s training requirements.
T-X will replace the Air Force’s aging T-38 aircraft. Initial operating capability is planned for 2024.

 
China targets export sales with its 5'th Generation stealth fighter, the FC-31 Gyrfalcon ~ link ~ This is apt to become a major export item as it is far less costly than late 4'th Generation western fighters and 5'th Generation fighters of both Russia and the West.  Stirling  

“I believe the aircraft will have bright prospects in the market. Based on my experience and knowledge, I presume its price will be around $70 million, about half that of the United States’ Lockheed Martin F-35 Lightning II,” he said. “Moreover, the fourth-generation Eurofighter Typhoon and Dassault Rafale fighter jets are priced at about $100 million. All of these mean you can spend a lot less money to get an advanced, fifth-generation stealth combat plane.”

Li Yuhai, deputy general manager of AVIC, has previously said AVIC plans to use the FC-31 to “put an end to some nations’ monopolies on the fifth-generation fighter jet” and this plane “is able to compete with any other aircraft of its kind”.
   
NASA: Comet and a mysterious object racing towards Earth ~ link ~ Not apt to hit us though!  Stirling  
NASA has discovered two new space objects rapidly approaching the vicinity of Earth. One has been identified as a comet and is of great interest to skywatchers, but the other is more mysterious, and has yet to be classified.
Sweden's Queen Silvia: Royal Palace is haunted by ghosts ~ link ~ Those who don't believe in God or a afterlife need to read up on ghosts (spirits who have not made the jump to Heaven or Hell).  The castle that I use to own was haunted and several places (castles and palaces) that I have visited are said to be haunted.  I always remain skeptical of such claims if the place is selling admission to tourists, but I have been in people's private homes (that were castles/etc.) and have heard believable stories not for the general public.  Stirling  
 

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