Despite US assurances that anti-missile interceptors are intended to stop missiles coming from Iran, Russia believes that the proposed systems can stop ICBMs headed for Europe, and promises that they will destroy them as a pre-emptive measure if they ever get close to being operational.
Strong talk for one of the biggest backers of Ron Paul supporters like Adam Kokesh, the US "antiwar" movement and the "9/11 truth" movement. Russia and Iran both push strongly the idea that the biggest enemies of America are Presidents Bush and Obama and the Republicans and Israel, and that there is NO credible threat to America from the Taliban, Al Queda, Iran, China, North Korea, or Russia.
This is what Russian Propoganda Today has to say about missiles:
A deal to deploy an American radar system in eastern Turkey has been agreed by the two countries as part of NATO-backed missile defense plans. It comes just a day after Washington struck a similar agreement with Romania, under which interceptor missiles and over a hundred military personnel will be based on Romanian soil. The U.S. says the controversial plans are designed to defend Europe against the possibility of attack from states like Iran and North Korea.
But Bruce Gagnon from the (obvious Russian intelligence front) Global Network against Weapons and Nuclear Power in Space believes that's not what the defense shield is really about.
Here is an earlier threat to deploy missles against the proposed US shield, by Al Jazeerah, also pro-Russian anti-American.
see http://keywiki.org/index.php/Bruce_Gagnon to find out why this guy is a 9/11 truther that is a spokesman for Russian defence pretending to be for peace. To "raise awareness of what is at stake", Gagnon speaks internationally and has written for publications such as Earth Island Journal, CounterPunch, Z Magazine, Space News, National Catholic Reporter, Asia Times, Le Monde Diplomatique, and Canadian Dimension. He has produced two videos, Arsenal of Hypocrisy (2003) and Battle for America’s Soul (2005) and he published a book, Come Together Right Now: Organizing Stories from a Fading Empire (2005). He is host of This Issue, a cable TV program that airs in five communities in Maine, his home state. In 2003 Dr. Helen Caldicottnamed Gagnon a senior fellow at the Nuclear Policy Research Institute, where he also serves on her advisory board.
Fundraiser for PWW & Global Network, March 7, 2004, Portland, Maine
In the "What's On" section of the PWW, Feb. 28-March 5, 2004, P. 16, the following announcement was listed: "Sun. March 7, 4 p.m. Fundraiser for PWW & Global Network, Chestnust St. Methodist Church, 17 Chestnut Street. Speaker - "*Bruce Gagnon, Director, Global Network, international organization working against militarization of space. Showing: "The Revolution Will Not be Televised".
Bruce Gagnon was one of 100 "prominent Americans" who signed an October 26 2004 statementcirculated by 911Truth.org calling on the U.S. Government to investigate 9/11 as a possible "inside job".
- ...we have assembled 100 notable Americans and 40 family members of those who died to sign this 9/11 Statement, which calls for immediate public attention to unanswered questions that suggest that people within the current administration may indeed have deliberately allowed 9/11 to happen, perhaps as a pretext for war.