“GULFTAINER”: The Secret Deal that ByPassed A National Security Review

Mary Fanning and Alan Jones

The Club-K is a cruise missile launch system concealed in a container whose external appearance looks identical to standard ISO intermodal commercial cargo shipping containers.

Inside each Club-K container, however, are four missiles which can carry biological, chemical, conventional, Electro-Magnetic Pulse (EMP), or nuclear warheads. The genius of the Club-K system is its ability to evade detection among the millions of shipping containers carried on ships, trains, and trucks all over the world, including inside the U.S.

Now, the Russian maker of the Club-K has partnered with the Iraqi-UAE company headed by the nuclear mastermind who designed a nuclear warhead specifically to fit on the nosecone of the Club-K cruise missile. Also, Ras al-Khaimah (RAK), one of the seven UAE emirates, runs a shipping company in partnership with Iran, which essentially controls RAK’s main shipping port. And a broken and possibly corrupt CFIUS gave them all access to a 35-year lease on the container facilities at one of America’s most critical ports called Gulftainer. And subsidiaries of Gulftainer are Crescent Petroleum, Crescent Group, Crescent Enterprises, GT International, and The Abraaj Group.

Here is the Club-K Container Missile System Simulator 


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