The Russian military has something very special and NATO is desperate to get its hands on it.
There is probably a very sinister reason the Russians didn't want NATO ships anywhere near the waters of the Kerch Strait just South of the Crimea, in the Black Sea. A new report by Russia Today has claimed a Dutch navy ship is the latest NATO ship intercepted by fighter jets in the Black Sea on the 24 of June, in an area where just the day before more than 20 Russian aircraft and two coastguard ships shadowed HMS Defender as it was sailing off the coast of Crimea. A patrol ship fired warning shots and a jet dropped bombs in the Royal Naval ship's path.
These encounters go on all the time between NATO and Russia but the specific area Russia is defending so aggressively and NATO is so determined to enter, has a rather strange history.
There is something very mysterious going on, in and around the waters of Sevastopol in the Black Sea and the Russians have been going to incredible lengths to cover up this mystery since the Summer of 2017.
What happened to the British Navy ship on Wednesday the 23 of June 2021, and the Dutch navy ship just a day later is the latest in a number of "strange events" happening in the Black Sea. The mysterious events began in April 2017, when a huge diplomatic incident occurred after a Turkish freighter collided with a Russian warship in the Black Sea, with a Russian commander claiming the event was "out of the ordinary!" A BBC report claimed; The BSF said the Russian crew had followed all the rules of sailing and manoeuvring and it suggested the incident had been caused by the other ship, Russia's Interfax news agency reports. A former commander of the fleet, Adm Viktor Kravchenko, told Interfax the event was "out of the ordinary". "There have been collisions but I do not remember a case like this, of a vessel, a warship sinking after it," he said. How could a sophisticated military ship miss a freighter? Full story
Two months later in June 2017, the "U.S. Maritime Administration" reported that the GPS HDOP, Horizontal Dilution of Precision (Global Positioning System) was "25 nautical miles off course," just south of the Kerch Strait in the Black Sea. In the same year, hundreds of dead dolphins and birds suddenly began and still are, washing up dead in the same area. (many hundreds more will have died out at sea, sank to the bottom birds) Did the British Naval vessel's GPS reading fail to place the British Ship ship in Russian waters unintentionally on June the 24th 2021, or were the Brits looking for something in particular? And why would the Dutch go back to such a sensitive area just a day later?
On the 4th of September, 2017, TBW reported a strange event that happened in the Black Sea area of Novorossiysk, Russia (about 120 miles West of the British Navy incident in 2021) when the U.S. Maritime Administration reported that, GPS HDOP, Horizontal Dilution of Precision (Global Positioning System) was showing 0.8 accuracies within 100m, but given the ship's, location, was actually 25 nautical miles off, just south of the Kerch Strait, near Krasnador, according to its GPS display. It was an apparent mass and blatant, GPS spoofing attack involving over "20 vessels" in the Black Sea which had navigation experts and maritime executives scratching their heads according to the U.S. Maritime Administration.
The frigate Evertsen was on course to violate the Russian border in the Black Sea but was prevented from doing so by Russian jets flying at a safe distance from the vessel, Moscow claimed, in response to Amsterdam’s complaints.
The incident occurred on June 24, just a day after the British Royal Navy destroyer HMS Defender violated Russian territorial waters off Crimea’s Cape Fiolent and was warned off by jets and a coast guard vessel.