With a potential open war with Russia standing on the horizon, it would behoove Americans to understand some of Russia’s “super weapons.” When this ceases to be a proxy war and starts to be a conventional WW3, “knowing your enemy” is vital. These high-technology weapons could affect the balance in and, ultimately the final outcome of a battle with the United States.
Russia had sixteen years to gain a technological advantage ever since Obama dismantled our military, plus the two years of Biden’s pathetic rule, and she has used that time to pull ahead of us in terms of an arms race. Yes, a new Cold War has begun, and at the time of this writing, the U.S. stands on the brink of war in several different theaters of operation. Let’s get into it.
This is a phonetic rendering of a Russian word for disinformation. The word entails the use of guile and subterfuge to conceal strengths and weaknesses from the eyes of others. Everything about Russian strategy revolves heavily on a Sun Tzu concept: that all warfare is based on deception from the classic treatise, The Art of War. The Russians have taken this to a whole new level.
Conscripts and “green” (soldiers without combat experience) troops have been involved in the Russian invasion of Ukraine. They have also been using second and third-rate tanks against the Ukrainians – not their cutting-edge armored equipment and tanks. They have not unleashed their veterans and seasoned commanders, nor their best equipment and units. Not yet. Some of their special weapons have been used, but for the main part, they’ve been holding back.
Scalar Waves and Beam-Weapons
In a nutshell, the production of scalar waves involves combining electromagnetic light waves of similar frequencies to create a third, entirely-different electromagnetic (EM) wave with radically-different properties. The resultant scalar beam referred to by none other than Nikola Tesla: “a wave of sound in the non-material ether.”
Scalar waves travel faster than the speed of light, and unlike “standard” EM waves, the scalar wave can go through matter without encountering resistance. For the best info on this subject, I recommend reading Fer De Lance: Briefing on Soviet Scalar Electromagnetic Weapons by (retired) Lieutenant Colonel Thomas Bearden.When used, these weapons can produce an explosive effect or an implosion effect from great distances.
Scalar technology can also be used to destroy missiles before they reach final velocity and trajectory. The scalar weapons can also be used to create artificial earthquakes, leading many to theorize that the earthquake that rendered the top-secret naval research facility China Lake inoperative was caused by scalar weapons.
This delivery system takes nuclear warfare into a whole new territory. The Russians are far ahead of us in hypersonic missiles. They have incorporated them into their armed forces and are steadily building more missiles for their arsenals. The Kinzhal hypersonic cruise missile is in the service of the Russian Air Force. From an article written by Tom O’Connor, 7/21/2018, entitled “Russia’s Latest ‘Super Weapons’: What Are They and What Can They Do?” some information about the Kinzhal is given:
“The Kinzhal hypersonic cruise missile has reportedly been improved from 1,200 miles to more than 1,800 miles [range] and is capable of traveling 10 times the speed of sound. It can also be maneuvered mid-flight to hit targets with a powerful conventional or nuclear payload.”
That’s a cruise missile that is also capable of being fitted with a nuclear warhead. This is in addition to the RS-28 Sarmat, known as the “Satan-2 missile” in the U.S., an ICBM (Intercontinental Ballistic Missile).
The speed of these missiles (in excess of 7,500 mph) makes it next to impossible to stop them with the current air defense measures, such as the Aegis or THADD systems. In addition, as it’s mentioned above, it is maneuverable in mid-flight! This means that Russian reconnaissance aircraft and satellites can guide the missile away from areas with high concentrations of air-defense emplacements.
If that isn’t enough, then there’s the Avangard, a nuclear ICBM that can glide hypersonically at a speed of 20 times the speed of sound. Capable of flying at low levels, it can evade all known air defense measures.
Meanwhile, in the U.S., we have tested our own hypersonic missiles on three occasions – and the missiles have failed miserably. All of these tests took place this year, one of them in the month of July.
This is a nuclear “drone” submarine capable of carrying a 100-megaton weapon. It is specifically designed to attack a nation’s coastline. Such a colossal warhead would create a “nuclear tsunami,” capable of smashing into the coastline and destroying cities physically before rendering them radioactive. The submarine is supposed to be much faster than other submarines or surface craft.
Пересвет (The Peresvet Laser Complex/System)
This system has been in active service with the Russian military since December of 2019. It takes its name from a warrior-monk, Alexander Peresvet, who fought against the Mongols in the 1300s. Five units went into operation in May of 2022. It is a system of directed energy weapons in this case, alaser beam.
Peresvet can be used against satellites, drones, aircraft, and missiles, with a range of about a thousand miles. According to a senior Russian military official, Peresvet is capable of incinerating targets up to three miles distant in under five seconds. Directed energy weapons (DEWs) include lasers, particle beams, microwaves, and acoustic (sound) weapons.
More can be read on it in an article entitled “Russian Peresvet laser system destroys combat UAVs in five seconds,” by Pravda.RU, 5/18/2022.
Radio-electronic Warfare and Weapons
The purpose of these weapons is to destroy or render inoperable enemy electronic equipment. Targets of these weapons systems could be aircraft, drones, ships, and land/shore-based defenses. Guided missiles and munitions are also able to be targeted. It involves the use of microwave pulses.
In 2014, a Russian Su-24 used such a microwave pulse to disable an American vessel, the USS Donald Cook, when it was patrolling (spying) on the Black Sea within close proximity to Russian forces.
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And this isn’t even a complete list of Russia’s super weapons.
There are other weapons that have been mentioned in the Russian Press, and these have been described as being still on the drawing board. Yet, here is where “dezinformatsiya” comes into play again: we may not know the full extent of their capabilities until after a war has begun.
The problem is “deeper” than mere governments or the puppets emplaced as their figureheads. The Russian weapons are impressive, yes. They are less alarming to this writer, however, than the deleted and depleted state our nation has fallen into. What is permitted to occur within our armed forces is nothing short of appalling.
Armed with their “social justice” and “political correctness” mantras, these Communists in the (formerly-hallowed) halls of our capital have managed to systematically dismantle these United States. Should a war occur, it is not as important to know who initiated it as it is to survive it. Our weakness doesn’t lie with the Russian advancements in super-weapons technology. The entitlement mentality is the greatest weakness of the United States now.
Russia’s super weapons pose a serious threat.
So, we’re in the “twilight of empire,” and the rulers will get to decide when it starts and who initiates it. We have a “Commander-in-Chief” that can’t even stay on a bicycle, let alone keep up with the ever-changing strategic climate that unfolds by the day. Just look at all of them, the politicians: our rulers. Just the sight of them is enough to make Russia ready to declare war. Russia is prepared. Are we?
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About Jeremiah Johnson
Jeremiah Johnson is the nom de plume of a retired Green Beret of the U.S. Army Special Forces. Mr. Johnson is also a Gunsmith and a Master Herbalist. He graduated from the Special Forces course at SERE (survival, evasion, resistance, and escape) School, and is an expert in small unit tactics, survival, and disaster-preparedness. He lives in a cabin in the Rocky Mountains of Western Montana.