Today’s port deal allows Russian arms dealer to surreptitiously infiltrate missiles into U.S.
Moscow based nuclear arms dealer, Gulftainer, signed a $600 million deal to lease the Port of Wilmington in Delaware for 50 years.
The deal becomes official in two weeks.
Gulftainer specializes in making and selling Russian-made Club-K container cruise missile launching systems. They can be stored in a standard 40-foot railroad car or semi-truck.
The Russian-made missiles are designed to be hidden in plain sight.
The Russians have nicknamed it the “Doomsday Box”.
It is also called the “Carrier Killer” because any merchant vessel can be turned into an enemy warship capable of sinking an aircraft carrier.
Once shipped to America, there is nothing stopping a buyer or thief from aiming them at people living in the U.S.
Gulftainer’s videos boast that today’s military forces are defenseless against these missiles.
Gulftainer anticipates their next deals will be the ports of Philadelphia, Pa. and Oakland, California.
Gulftainer already operates the Canaveral Cargo Terminal in Florida.
The Wilmington deal was approved by federal and state governments.
According to Gulftainer, the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS), approved the deal. CFIUS operates in secret like the FISA court. The intent of CFIUS is to protect the country’s security.
CFIUS operates under the Treasury Department.
A 34-page report called “What could possibly go wrong? The Secret deal allow company tied to Saddam’s nuclear bombmaker, Iran, and UAE to manage key Florida port facilities”, dated Dec. 23rd, 2016 by Alan Jones and Mary Fanning is linked here:
The House Appropriations Committee voted “no” on a similar deal that would have allowed a Dubai company control of major U.S. seaports. The date of this vote was March 8th, 2006.
Please fast forward to 3:30 to watch how a Club-K missile can be launched from a semi-truck.
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Please fast forward the above video to 2:30.