No matter how much money we pump into the ZOG war machine, and no matter how many good solid White boys end up with their legs and arms blown off in random shitholes, we still continue to slide into decay.
The United States yearly spends more on defense than the next eight nations combined, and yet we still haven’t mastered technology that countries not beholden to equality would have grasped without a second thought.
Just think about it for a minute – we’ve talked about ballistic missile interceptors since the days of “muh Reagan” in the 1980’s, but in 2018, we still haven’t gotten even the fundamentals down yet.
A test shoot of the SM-3 Block IIA fired from an Aegis Ashore test site in Hawaii failed Wednesday, CNN has reported. The missile is designed to intercept ballistic missiles.
If confirmed, it would mark the second unsuccessful test of the Raytheon missile in the past year. It also deals a setback to U.S. missile defense efforts as North Korea makes seemingly daily progress on it goal of striking the U.S. mainland with nuclear-armed missiles.
When reached for comment, U.S. Missile Defense Agency spokesman Mark Wright declined to comment on the outcome of the test.
“The Missile Defense Agency and U.S. Navy sailors manning the Aegis Ashore Missile Defense Test Complex (AAMDTC) conducted a live-fire missile flight test using a Standard-Missile (SM)-3 Block IIA missile launched from the Pacific Missile Range Facility, Kauai, Hawaii, Wednesday morning,” Wright said.
To be fair, this exact same weapon did have a successful test early last year, although a kill ratio of 33.3% is probably not what you want to aim for if nuclear war breaks out thanks to a President intent on pleasing the (((Neocons))) surrounding his Administration.
In my opinion, it would be far more cost effective and reasonable to entrust this sort of venture to the Japanese – they’re closer to China and North Korea, they desire the chance to rearm and drag their men out of robot waifu relationships, and they don’t suffer the burden of evolutionary throwbacks in their armed forces.
And last of all, it would save us the embarrassment of continued failures despite the fleecing of the working class.