Wednesday, September 14, 2016
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PICTURED: Hillary Clinton's 'undercover nurse checks pulse' as Clinton clutches her heart
MYSTERIOUS photos reportedly showing a woman checking Hillary Clinton’s pulse have sparked online rumours that the US presidential candidate has a undercover nurse.
By REBECCA PERRING
TWITTER Pictures of the woman have caused a stir online
Hillary Clinton was filmed collapsing at Sunday’s 9/11 memorial service in New York before being hauled into a van by a secret service staff.
Now photos have emerged of a woman, wearing a navy blue dress, as she holds the arm of Mrs Clinton while appearing to check Mrs Clinton’s heart beat.
Moments later she was whisked away to her daughter’s apartment.
TWITTER Hillary Clinton collapsed on Sunday
Undercover nurse checking Hillary’s pulse? Looks like that..
A Tennessee branch of the Republican Party tweeted the image alongside the caption: “Undercover nurse checking Hillary’s pulse? Looks like that…”
Another mystery snap shows the aide allegedly asking Clinton to “squeeze her fingers” - with many social media users saying that this is a “common test for neurological ailments”.
One social media user wrote: “Hillary squeezing her nurses fingers. Clearly she’s disoriented. Final stages of Parkinson’s disease?”
TWITTER It is claimed the woman asked Clinton to squeeze her finger
The woman pictured has since been identified as Dr Lisa Bardack.
It comes after the former First Lady finally admitted she had problems with dehydration and dizziness for several years.
Secretary of State Clinton was diagnosed with pneumonia on Friday but the revelation was kept secret until her “medical episode” in Manhattan on Sunday.
Credit to express.co.uk
“That sendeth ambassadors by the sea, even in vessels of papyrus upon the waters! Go, ye swift messengers, to a nation tall and of glossy skin, to a people terrible from their beginning onward; a nation that is sturdy and treadeth down, whose land the rivers divide!” Isaiah 18:2 (The Israel Bible™)
In the latest in a string of provocations by the Iranian military, Iran threatened to shoot down two US Navy surveillance jets flying near Iranian territory in the Persian Gulf on Saturday, Fox News reported.
The incident took place on September 10. In a reconnaissance mission, a Navy P-8 Poseidon with a crew of nine and an EP-3 Eries with a crew of 24 were flying about 13 miles off the coast of Iran in the Strait of Hormuz, the scene of a recent altercation between the Iranian and American navies.
During the flight, the Iranian military contacted the jets and threatened to shoot them down if they did not change course, though they were over international waters, military officials told Fox.
Iran’s territorial waters extend 12 miles into the sea, as dictated by international maritime law. The American aircraft, while close, were not inside Iranian territory.
The planes ignored the warning and continued in their flight path. Iran did not pursue.
“We wanted to test the Iranian reaction,” one US official told Fox News. “It’s one thing to tell someone to get off your lawn, but we weren’t on their lawn.”
The US military classified Iran’s behavior as “unprofessional”, though not “unsafe” as, according to intelligence, Iran did not have missile launchers in the area.
“Anytime you threaten to shoot someone down, it’s not considered professional,” the official said.
Iran’s aggression follows a pattern of recent provocations against American military in the Gulf. Last month, four Iranian warships harassed a US Navy destroyer in the Strait of Hormuz, chasing the ship out of international waters.
In another incident in the Persian Gulf, a US Navy patrol vessel was forced to fire warning shots at a small Iranian craft which charged head-on at the American vessel after refusing to heed warnings by radio and flare.
The Iranian boat came within 200 yards of the US Navy vessel, forcing it to change course to avoid collision.
Credit to breakingisraelnews.com
Read more at http://www.breakingisraelnews.com/75574/iran-threatens-shoot-us-jets-persian-gulf-new-escalation/#wJpid1rHRAXg1827.99
The Soviets built a single Antonov An-225 cargo jet — the longest and heaviest airplane ever built — to carry the Buran space shuttle. Now China wants a fleet of them.
A recently announced deal with Ukraine’s Antonov firm is the latest evidence of Beijing’s strategic aspiration to be able to deploy military forces rapidly, anywhere in the world.
“It would provide China with the large and global lift that not even the U.S. has possessed, except by rental,” said Peter Singer, a strategist and senior fellow at New America who tracks Chinese military technology on his Popular Science blog. “It’s large enough to carry helicopters, tanks, artillery, even other aircraft.”
The six-engine aircraft, which can haul more than 250 tons, would help on the civil side as well, Singer said.
“It opens all sorts of new frontiers in both commercial and military air transport for China,” he said. “A fleet of civilian An-225s could quickly ship heavy, bulky cargo of massive scale ranging from construction equipment to a massive scale of consumer goods.”
Then there are uses that haven’t even been thought of, such as space launch or a mother ship for drones, Singer said.
Antonov announced last week that it had entered a pact with the Aerospace Industry Corporation of China to finish building an An-225 which has sat half-built inside a Ukrainian aircraft hangar for more than 20 years.
“[T]he parties expressed their intentions as for long−term cooperation,” Antonov said in a statement. The second An-225 will be built in Ukraine and the third in China, to be flown by the mid-2020s.
Credit to defenseone.com