Sub hoax wrap up

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They found the sub, they say. Does anyone care? Did the Argentines even have a sub?

Not really. The question we ask here is do these submersible sausages actually work, or are they floating props that can’t go deep and certainly can’t shoot anything.

The fact that they are almost exclusively linked to the evil German Nationalist Socialist party offers more clues that they are just evil hoaxes used to steal money and scare mariners.

Argentina’s navy announced early Saturday that searchers had found the missing submarine ARA San Juan deep in the Atlantic a year after it disappeared with a crew of 44 aboard.

Source: Argentine submarine with 44 crew aboard found sunk a year after disappearing | CBC News

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2 thoughts on “Sub hoax wrap up

  1. xileffilex

    Notice how the recovery of the Kursk , a Russian sub which allegedly sank with allegedly 118 bodies enclosed in it, was carried out by the large Dutch salvage concern, SMIT…

    And what did Smit go on to Salvage in 2003-2004?

    MV Tricolor, the 50,000 tonne, £25.1 million ($39.9m) worth Norwegian-flagged vehicle carrier, esteemed for getting involved in three English Channel collisions within a fortnight, resulting in massive damage, marine pollution and probably the biggest loss in auto exporting industry…. 3,000 BMWs, Volvos and Saabs,

    source which ought to make anyone go ‘hmmmmm….’ especially as all crew were safely rescued off the French coast…

    Wiki page

    15th anniversary in 2015 of the Kursk produced this RT report with this quote…

    One of the sailors who perished on board the nuclear sub was a 22-year-old Sergey Erakhtin. His wife, who was left alone with a 19-month-old daughter, told RT that she went through a total nightmare when she learned the tragic news.
    “I saw the body lying on the bunk bed [in the morgue] covered by a white sheet,” Natalya Erakhtina told RT. She said she was determined to identify the body no matter how difficult it was for her.
    Natalia said she had a fit of hysterics when the doctors in the morgue opened the sheet which covered her husband’s face.
    “His face wasn’t preserved. It was totally burned. But the expression on his face showed that he felt pain,” she said with tears in her eyes. “I was staring at empty eye-sockets of my husband.”


    allegedly 94 bodies out of 118 were recovered from the Kursk
    A senior official from Russia’s Northern Fleet says 90 of the bodies have been identified and returned to their families.

    after AP reported in March 2002, source
    After a long and painstaking operation which ended only this month, the authorities identified 115 of the 118 bodies or fragments of bodies recovered from the seabed

    Back in 2000, keeping it “in [Russian] house”….
    The [Dutch] salvage companies agreed that the Norwegian divers would cut the holes in the hull but only Russian divers would enter the submarine


    The Kursk was towed into harbour in October 2001
    Forty-nine bodies have so far been recovered since the Kursk was towed into dry dock. up from the initial 12 allegedly found immediately in 2000 by the Russian divers…
    The Russian divers removed secret documents and eventually recovered a total of 12 bodies from the ninth compartment. -[in November 2000]
    source Wiki
    21 August 2000 The Russian navy officially announces that all 118 crew are dead.

    Looks like a big sub psy-op.

  2. xileffilex

    The videos remind me of life aboard the ISS. Except, they don’t go into submarine pooping and sewage disposal. Just lots and lots of eating and drinking.…

    I think they’re real enough, but just another vehicle for a hoax when required, just as helicopters and planes are real [and we can see them at work]

    I was aboard one in Kaliningrad and it was tiny.

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