Mare este gradina lui Allah si multa lume sare gardul. Dar mai bine haideti sa vedem stirea..
Asa cum stim, luna trecuta SUA a dat cu much-ii in fasole. Iranienii le-au furat o super jucarie, nou-nouta. Ok, pe astea le cunoastem deja.
De curand, un inginer iranian a spus ca treaba cu atacul electronic sofisticat este “nonsense”. Pentru ca Republica Islamica a folosit campuri magnetice si farfurii zburacioase pentru a captura drona americana…
In original niste treburi:
Meet Mehran Tavakoli Keshe, who purports to be the father of the RQ-170 abduction. In a recent post to his eponymous foundation’s online forums, Keshe claims the Iranians used “advanced space technology” that he pioneered. “The craft has been air-picked-up and been put down on its belly through the use of field forces,” Keshe writes — by which he means force fields. It’s feeling a lot like Tinfoil Tuesday, our weekly round-up of the planet’s most insane conspiracy theories.
The U.S. has yet to confirm that the drone Iran claims to have is actually the stealthy “Beast of Kandahar,” and the yellow model that Iran has peddled out looks like it’s made out of fondant, like a drone-shaped cake constructed for an episode of Food Network Challenge. Keshe claims that the drone looks as smooth and clean as it does in Iran’s propaganda photos because his force fields intercepted the RQ-170, like a tractor beam would, and deposited it gently to Iranian soil. As summarized by Pure Energy Systems News, Keshe’s technology, part of an “Iranian [flying] saucer program,” harnesses “a fusion reaction that manipulates dark matter, regular matter, and antimatter.”
“We have no comment on this individual’s claims,” George Little, the Pentagon’s chief spokesman, tells Danger Room, “but tell him the Secretary would like his lightsaber back.”