New Russian Submarines Are So Silent That The U.S. Navy Calls Them “Black Holes”

Did you know that Russia is building submarines that are so quiet that the U.S. military cannot detect them?  These “black hole” submarines can freely approach the coastlines of the United States without fear of being detected whenever they want.  In fact, a “nuclear-powered attack submarine armed with long-range cruise missiles” sailed around in the Gulf of Mexico for several weeks without being detected back in 2012.  And now Russia is launching a new class of subs that have “advanced stealth technology”.  The U.S. Navy openly acknowledges that they cannot track these subs when they are submerged.  That means that the Russians are able to sail right up to our coastlines and launch nukes whenever they want.  But instead of trying to find a way to counteract this potential threat, the Obama administration has been working very hard to dismantle the U.S. strategic nuclear arsenal. 

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From The Truth Wins:

recent RT article discussed these new super silent “black hole” submarines.  To say that they are impressive would be a massive understatement…

Russia has launched its new state-of-the-art Novorossiysk submarine, which set sail from a St Petersburg shipyard to become the first of six diesel-electric stealth subs delivered to the Russian Black Sea fleet in the next two years.

The Novorossiysk belongs to the Varshavyanka-class (Project 636), which is characterized by advanced stealth technology, making it virtually undetectable when submerged.

“Our potential opponents call it the ‘Black Hole’ due to the very low noise emission and visibility of the submarine,” Konstantin Tabachny, captain of the Novorossiysk, told Channel One TV. “To be undetectable is the main quality for a submarine. And this whole project really fits its purpose.”

Of course Russia has been building “near silent” submarines for quite some time.  In fact, their nuclear submarines are already far quieter than anything the U.S. currently has…

Russia recently launched its near silent nuclear submarine following several years of development.

The Borey Class submarine, dubbed Vladimir Monomakh, has a next generation nuclear reactor, can dive deeper than 1,200 feet, and carries up to 20 nuclear intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBM).

Each of these “Bulava” ICBM’s can carry ten detachable MIRV warheads, what they call “re-entry vehicles,” capable of delivering 150 kiloton yields per warhead

And as I mentioned above, these submarines have the ability to approach the coastlines of the United States without the U.S. military ever even knowing that they were there.

In addition, Russia has been working feverishly to upgrade other elements of their strategic arsenal as well.  For example, it was recently announced that Russia will soon begin work on a new strategic bomber…

Russia will begin the full-scale R&D work on its future strategic bomber in 2014, a senior aircraft-manufacturing industry official said Thursday.

The project, known as PAK-DA (an acronym meaning “future long-range aircraft”), has been in the works for several years but was given the formal go-ahead by the Russian leadership last year.

The Russians are also working very hard to modernize their nuclear forces…

Russia is developing several new missiles, including a weapon U.S. intelligence agencies have assessed as a covert intermediate-range nuclear missile called the RS-26 that is being developed and tested in apparent violation of the 1987 Intermediate-range Nuclear Forces Treaty.

The Russian government has denied the RS-26 violates the INF treaty and claims it is a new ICBM, which some arms compliance experts say is a violation of the 2010 New START treaty.

Sadly, most Americans have no idea that any of this is going on.

Most Americans just assume that “the Cold War is over” and that Russia will never be a threat to us ever again.

If only that was actually true.

Today, Russia is stronger both economically and militarily than it has ever been before.

And as you just read about, Russia is rapidly preparing for a potential future conflict with the United States.

If the Cold War truly is over, then why does Russia have more spies inside the U.S. today than it did at any point during the Cold War?

The American people need to wake up.

As all of this has been going on, Barack Obama has been working relentlessly to dismantle the U.S. strategic nuclear arsenal.  The following is an excerpt from one of my previous articles


Back in 1967, the U.S. military had more than 31,000 strategic nuclear warheads.

Since that time, the U.S. strategic nuclear arsenal has been reduced by about 95 percent.

The START Treaty that Obama agreed to back in 2010 will limit both the United States and Russia to a maximum of 1,550 deployed strategic nuclear warheads.

But that is not nearly enough of a reduction for Obama.

Back in June, he declared that “after a comprehensive review” he has decided that the United States can reduce the number of our deployed nuclear warheads by another one-third…

After a comprehensive review, I’ve determined that we can ensure the security of America and our allies, and maintain a strong and credible strategic deterrent, while reducing our deployed strategic nuclear weapons by up to one-third.  And I intend to seek negotiated cuts with Russia to move beyond Cold War nuclear postures.

That would leave us with around 1,000 warheads.

And thanks to the various treaties that we have signed, Russia will know where most of those warheads are located.

So this makes a scenario in which Russia and China collectively conduct a first strike against the United States much more conceivable.  If Russia or China knows exactly where our warheads are, it would be very easy to take most of them out in less than 10 minutes with a submarine-based first strike.


The fact that Russia is building subs that are so quiet that the U.S. Navy cannot even detect them is a very, very big deal.

It means that at any time the Russians could have their subs pop up right off of our coastlines and deliver an absolutely crippling first strike that would hit us before we would have any chance of responding.

No, I do not believe that such a thing will happen this year, or next year or the year after that.

But as relations between the United States and Russia continue to go downhill, the stage is being set for such a scenario to happen in the future.

World War III is coming at some point, and the decisions that are being made right now are making it far more likely that the United States will be the loser of that conflict.

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  1. Ah,
    but according to some, the Russians and Iranians haven’t attacked anyone in a long time, so it’s all good, the Russians are no threat. Teeheehee.
    The SVR and SAVAK propaganda desks are doing a good job. Hats off.
    Anyway, while the Russians are a threat, thankfully the West has weapons that are also hard to detect, and thankfully the West has a very sophisticated system for tracking and detecting enemy movements.
    Just watch (well, you won’t be able to), within that submarine’s first 5 minutes of operation the West will have its exact signature recorded.

  2. As for Western nukes and disarmament,
    yes, very stupid to disarm, but at the same time, you think the West reveals everything? Lol.
    There are many secrets people don’t know about. So, you know, just figure, if there are things you know about, the enemy knew it before you did. So if there are things you don’t know about, be thankful.

  3. trust hal lindsey jr. the door to doorplug salesman aka proverbs to foam at the mouth over russia. the US and the western powerbase have worked to isolate and meddle in the affairs of russia. sow the wind reap the whirwind.

  4. Yes, by all means be afraid, be very afraid… the corporate world, and the Wall Street vipers and thieves that finance them, are counting on your capitulation.
    Of course the real fear is loss of absolute control of the oligarchical chosen few… by those in control, and the millions that surrender their critical thinking in return for the crumbs they suborn them with.

  5. For you current Masons. Jesus loves you and I don’t hate you :)

  6. Excuse me, I obviously didn’t get the memo, so I’ll ask:  WTF has this got to do with anything?   Having asked that, be advised that I spent more than half my life “involved” in ensuring the Russians were kept toothless, shall we say.  I’m not afraid…because I know of what I speak!

    • :)
      Like I said, within 5 minutes of that sub being launched the West will have its signature recorded.
      And during sub hunting season, the West will ping those subs with their patrol aircraft once in a  awhile to remind them that they’re being tracked. Once in a while ;)

  7. It’s my thinking that if America could not detect the subs, they surely wouldn’t let the Commies in on it. However if they COULD, and said they couldn’t, then they could discover Commie desires, by allowing them to THINK we can’t detect them, then WASTE countless resources replicating a sh@tty technology, and once they make their move, we SNUFF em out….ALL OF THEM. (By by subs!) 
    I mean, try toTHINK tactically for a second…What’s one sub going to do? Is it not a wiser tactical move to allow the enemy to THINK he’s invisible when he infact is NOT?  Wedidn’t  get on the throne by thinking in a limited linear fashion!
    Financially speaking, I despise sellout politicians, banker blowhards, and any corporate or state crook looking to rip me or my family off. That being said, I’m a Veteran, an American, a Capitalist, and Pro Constitutionalism. My allegiance is with my countrymen, and for freedom! (What remains of it) if the choice is America or Commies, you can keep your red flag, I’ll keep my red, white, and blue!

    • Chinese have similar stealth subs and surfaced one near the Kitty Hawk a few years ago.
      Also, remember the Chinese launched a surface to air missile 35 miles off of Los Angeles

      Maybe we’re playing dumb, like Shammy opines. Could be. Or maybe the Russians and the Chinese have found a way to neutralize or aircraft carrier threat. Don’t forget about the Russian Sunburn Missile System

    • Hehe
      right… if you think the West lets its enemies know everything, I have a great deal on the Brooklyn Bridge for you.
      Whatever you know, the enemy knew long before you knew. Whatever you don’t know, be thankful you don’t know it :)
      BTW, you think there are no defectors from Russia and China’s military industrial complex (oh, these useful idiots think only America has a military industrial complex? amateur hour)?
      You think that the West hasn’t had defectors from, let’s say China, who, let’s say might have been engineers directly involved in developing things such as silkworm missiles?
      Hehe. Not just the Russians and Chinese get info on Western systems ;)

  8. MAD 2.0 REDUX
    We have a pretty good idea of who’s pulling our leaders strings.
    Putin’s strings? 
    Maybe the same people.
    He worth trillions through covert investments in Russian companies.  So he’s probably part of the Oligarch, NWO (who ever they might be) 
    China is probably not part of this group. 
    Qui Bono? Who ever holds The Big Bang, willing to suffer the consequences, reckoning that there will be enough left over to pick up the pieces and make the strike worth it. Crazy people think that way.
    Soviet statement.
    Probe with steel   If resistance is met, pull back.
    If mush is met, advance. 
      His purge of 500 flag rank officers is nothing but a Satin-esque move to take out officers loyal to the Constitution so he can work his Machievellian schenanigans. I don’t think he realizes that he is taking out the best officers to protect us.
    This country. and what is left of it, 150,000,000 men and women with 300,000,000 fire arms, with the Second Amendment, is the only thing standing between freedom and liberty and the unacceptable alternative of Neo Feudalism. 
    This is unacceptable.  
    We and the Russians have played this game for decades but I think our reduction of rwill to thwart the technological advances of the Russians stated decades ago, including Toshiba selling the Russians the ultra quiet propeller technology along with Bernie Schwartz and his sales of cryptology and other technologies (I think) but a Clinton man nonetheless. Clinton was really cozy with the Red Chinese Army front men and their multi million dollar campaign contributions.
    Then there’s China requiring our technology served up on a platter if we want to work with them or sell something in China.  The F22 Raptor and other fighter planes were copied by the Chinese.

    Where does this all end?
      With the present administration and 3 years remaining in Obama’s term, badly I am afraid.  The Soviets were constantly evaluating if they could execute something of a first strike.  MAD was Reagan’s argument that convinced them they would die as a result of that. 
    Now we have wimpy spineless politicians all pandering for a vote and a place at the table.  Suckups is what I call them. Worthless as bags of day old luke warm dog crap
    And rant I do.  Since that is about all we can do at this moment, with the exception of the stalwarts, many of whom post here.
    We are the Home Guard

    • Yea,
      the Chinese have “reproduced” things like the F-22, but they’re not as good.
      In any case, they can reproduce some parts, but there is no way they can reproduce the amazing avionics (as you likely know, avionics win air battles these days, not usually dog fighting) of the F-22 and F-35.
      So sleep well tonight.

    • Just wait until some unfriendly power thinks that the US cannot protect itself, launches an attack, and are completely blown away by swarms of robotic craft that are smaller, faster, cheaper, and more maneuverable than ANY man-piloted craft can be.  SURPRISE!

  9. The submarine technology has stalemated when it went nuclear powered both sides an nuclear tipped warheads. When the final war does happen. They will have planes dropping noise devices into the oceans that will be so load it will be masking all other sounds in the oceans. They wont be able to hear other submarines anyway. Its money wasted.  

  10. U.S. surround Russia with military bases and missiles.
    During the period from 1798 to 2002, the U.S. used military force abroad 238 times.

    Only a complete idiot would not arm if on the planet there is such an aggressive state, like the United States.

  11. U.S. foreign policy it is:
    - The policy of double standards
    - A policy of military aggression,
    - A policy of provocation,
    - Policy of unlawful interference in the internal affairs of other sovereign states.

    It is this U.S. foreign policy, is the subject of criticism from Ron Paul.

    U.S. wants from Russia to only one thing – that it did not exist.

  12. I’m alright with the Russkies thinking that we can’t detect their subs.  works for me

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