Jeff J. Brown | Mettalicman
The following analysis is an interesting look at a recent event off the shores of China. In any case, the level of Chinese military prowess is so much more advanced than what you see in the West’s Big Lie Propaganda Machine (BLPM), where it is critical for imperial Uncle Sam to project an image of superiority and total global dominance. Enjoy and while you are there, be sure to sign up for his email newsletter. I do…
Since posting this article, satellite photos of the USS Connecticut have appeared online. Clearly, the entire front sonar (navigation) cone went missing!
USS Connecticut Damage Update & China’s Super Carrier – YouTube
BE SURE, ALSO, TO WATCH THE SPECIAL VIDEO JUST UPLOADED PROVIDING THE CHINESE VERSION OF EVENTS. IT CAN BE FOUND TOWARD THE BOTTOM OF THIS ARTICLE
What REALLY happened with the collision of the USS Connecticut in the South China Sea (an interpretation)
Important note: Image above is NOT of the USS Connecticut. It is of the USS San Francisco that rammed into an undersea mountain in 2005.
Let’s get right to the point.
The official American story is that the USS Connecticut rammed into an unmarked undersea mountain.
Since the Navy revealed this week that the fast-attack submarine Connecticut struck an undersea mountain in early October while operating in the South China Sea, one question springs to mind: how could this happen? How could a $3 billion Seawolf-class boat, considered one of the Navy’s most formidable and advanced, crash into an undersea landmass? -NavyTimes
Which is pretty strange as the locations of all undersea mountains has been well mapped for decades. You can see them on Google Earth for goodness sakes!
It’s a very questionable conclusion.
And you know, what makes it even more questionable is that the United States navy has been flying their radiation detection aircraft all over where the USS Connecticut was running operations. Which is abnormal.
Radiation detection aircraft flight path…
But then if you couple the United States silence to the Chinese inquiries as to whether or not nuclear payloads, equipment, and fissionable materials entered Chinese waters. There are absolutely zero answers from the United States government to very serious questions asked by China.
The official Chinese story is something else. Here we will tell the Chinese side of the story.
Believe it or not. It’s up to you.
Here’s another post that you simply will not find anywhere else on the Internet. And, you know, I tire of my own sluggishness in trying to understand the great failure of the American “free media”.
Even I realize that there is no such thing as actual “news” in the West, but really guys it’s not too FUCKING DIFFICULT.
- Beware of any “news” that you WANT to believe.
- Look for what IS NOT being reported in the mainstream or conservative media.
- Take particular note when the official narrative is absurd.
- Be especially cautious of “seeded“ narratives that you get in emails, or in alternative websites.
That being said, let’s dive in…
The Seawolf class overview
From my email 17NOV21
The Chinese military authorizes the disclosure of the truth about the accident of the Seawolf class nuclear submarine on the USS Connecticut.
16 November 2021
How the Chinese People’s Liberation Army hunted and sunk the (state of the art) USS Connecticut Seawolf-class attack nuclear submarine in the South China Sea.
Trying to push China into a war.
It followed it as it approached the South China Sea, and conducted operations South of Taiwan. It then observed it creep up the coast and operate near the Chinese shoreline and conduct surreptitious and illegal operations (inside of Chinese territorial waters as defined by the UN) of an unknown nature. The Guanlan satellite sent the data to the Super Measurement Center in Jinan to estimate the position of the Connecticut.
China’s special detection device captured the ultra-low frequency sonar from the bow of the Connecticut spherical boat and transmitted the data to the Sonar Analysis Center in Shanghai to accurately locate the position and depth of the Connecticut. It was operating at 1500 meters [?] making and conducting obvious operations and drills inside of the Chinese coastline.
The Yun-8 military plane took off from the Hainan Air Force Base and carried out a “sonic bomb” on the Connecticut.
This technology (a “sonic bomb”) causes the submarine’s personnel to be extremely uncomfortable due to the sonic shock. It does not injure or kill anyone. It simply makes all their pain receptors ignite on their bodies.
I am told it feels like being burned alive while frenzied hordes of cocaine-addicted rats gnaw at your eyes, gonads and fingers. And insects borrow deep inside your skin, biting, chewing and clawing all over your body.
While it was trying to exit the cone of effect, an AI-controlled robotic Chinese HSU001 unmanned submarine slipped silently to the nuclear submarine Connecticut. There it attached itself to the bow of the ship.
Translation confusion. I do not know if it placed weapons charges, or if the entire robot detonated itself. (—-MM)
The Connecticut nuclear submarine, having lost its underwater submarine capability, was forced to float up and surrender. The Chinese military forced the submarine to surface and surrender.
The submarine was “escorted” by the Chinese Navy and Air Force while in the South China Sea and the submarine was directed to follow the ships to docking facilities on the Chinese mainland.
Translation misunderstanding. It is unknown if the damaged submarine was actually escorted by the Naval Vessels, or if it then immediately submerged when given the opportunity. -MM
A final update by the source
The PLAN would be messing around with USN at this point. 1500-meter depth misinfo probably planted deliberately to taunt the US because if the Drone sub did find the Connecticut, they definitely knew the actual depth at which it was running. From the questions subsequently posed by the Chinese, it does seem they knew there was no nuclear leak. China is playing around but it's like a cat with a mouse it caught. The whole thing has Donald Cook vibes. Morale can't be good atm.
IMPORTANT : Added youtube link. You might like. https://youtu.be/VeJLwUfLcEU.
This video apty sums up the official Chinese version already speeled out above.
A comment on the destruction
The picture used at the top of this post is of a Los Angles class submarine. It is the Nuclear Submarine USS San Francisco which struck an undersea mountain in 2005. It is NOT a seawolf class. So do not read too much into the imagery that I used to open this article with. It’s for illustration purposes only.
These pictures are all over the internet and I snagged one for use here.
Unfortunately the damage to the seawolf is not well photographed anywhere that I could find. Obviously, the damage is a security matter and the USN will not disseminate any pictures of it. Which is exactly what you would do to prevent an enemy from ascertaining knowledge on how effective their weapons systems were against you.
You do not do that with undersea mountain collisions. As the hundreds of USN released photos attest to. In previous mountain collisions, the USN was quick in the dissemination of information.
- All photos depicting “combat damage” are classified as secret.
- All photos depicting “accidental damage” are classified as “confidential” and released as the USN permits.
By all indications the damage to the seawolf is much more substantive than what everyone has been led to believe. It is far more extensive than the collision damage indicated in the article featuring the image photo above.
This is the only photo that I have been able to obtain on the actual submarine in drydock and the damage involved. This is from THE DRIVE. You can clearly see that the entire bow of the submarine is GONE. This fact alone shows that the damage is far more substantive than what is illustrated in the collision photo used as the header above. Additionally, please note the orange ventilation tube, and the three access points where the tubes pump air into the front bow of the ship. It appears that the entire front of the submarine forward of the conning tower is seeping water. And thus, needs to be pressurized to keep the water out.
This implies hull breaches at numerous points in the front one-third of the submarine. This is NOT damage indicative of a forward collision. It is indicative of an explosion.
From the photos it appears that the entire bow sonar array is GONE.
This is not a crushed impact. The array does not disintegrate upon collision. Some event completely eviscerated the entire front of the bow. Then punctured the hull in numerous points up to the conning tower.
Air is being pumped into the entire weapon storage and handling area aft of the forward navigation section.
That all being said, it is obvious that the Chinese do not want radioactive waters near the Chinese coast, so they [probably] only damaged the sub, not sunk it completely. For after all it is a nuclear sub carrying nuclear torpedoes. But we cannot expect this behavior and “safety rules” to continue with the constant pushing by the United States towards war. This is an aspect of war that I hadn’t thought about previously, but that makes complete sense. This is why New Zealand absolutely refuses any nuclear vessels in or near its waters.
Yet nothing else about this incident is available anywhere. Very curious. Very, very curious. I presume there is video footage of the sub surfacing and its surrender. The PLA Navy seems to be toying around with the US navy like a cat would with a mouse. Seeing this video footage would greatly substantiate this narrative, but as in all things Chinese PLA, access and dissemination are tightly controlled.
It’s difficult for me to accept the American narrative that the submarine not only collided with an uncharted mountain, but that the Chinese just stood by and did nothing while a four-aircraft carrier armada conducted missile drills simulating an attack on China. There are NO uncharted undersea mountains in the South China Sea. Hasn’t anyone watched the 1980’s Tom Clancy movie “Red October”? The entire ocean has been mapped.
It is also difficult for me to believe that the Chinese with all their advances and lead in military technology are thwarted by the American Navy. It just doesn’t pass the “sniff test”. At least not to us “technology wonks“. The Chinese have surpassed the United States military in a number of very new and novel technologies and the USA will take decades trying to counter them.
Overall, the Chinese seemed to intentionally want to disable the submarine, force it to surface, and then acquire it in a fully functional state. Whether this is for Geopolitical purposes, or to reverse engineer it, is unknown. My guess is the latter, as they really don’t give a rat’s ass what anyone else thinks. When your reputation is shit, who cares if someone says something bad about you.
All in all, it took a remarkable amount of restraint not to completely sink the submarine and kill all the crew. The Chinese played this incident adroitly. They  demonstrated their abilities and capabilities for the world to see, and  showed that they have restraint. They  indicated that they desire peace and not war.
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