B2 Stealth Kingdom Service Providers
Copyright 2011, Charles Robinson
The B2 Spirit Stealth Bomber…
• is cloaked in stealth technology
• has unlimited range when air-refueled
• crosses enemy lines undetected
• uses massive fire power
• supplements the combat (10th Mountain Division for example) forces well
Function: Multi-role heavy bomber
Nation of Origin: The United States of America
Speed: High subsonic
Range: 6,000 nautical miles (9,600 km)
Ceiling: 50,000 feet (15,240 meters)
Armament: Various conventional or nuclear weapons
Payload: 40,000 pounds (18,444 kg)
Power Plant: Four General Electric F-118-GE-100 engines
Crew: Two (pilot, mission commander)
An eyewitness encounter with a B2, expletives removed.
By Ben Thompson
So my wife and I were driving down Route 9 last Saturday just minding our own business, talking about something inane like whether or not Angelina Jolie could beat Jennifer Aniston in a Russian underground roller derby slap fighting ring when all of a sudden she pointed out the window emphatically and exclaimed, “what is THAT thing?!”
I peered out through the windshield and saw something that I’d only seen before in pictures:
Pictures can’t do this thing justice, however. I’m a veteran of many, many air shows and pre-game jet fighter fly-bys, but no plane I’ve ever seen (military or otherwise) was as ominous, foreboding and awe-inspiring as this thing. It was unbelievable.
First off, you can see why the yokels out at Area 51 thought they were seeing UFOs when the USAF was test flying these things in the Nevada desert. It’s unlike anything you’ve ever seen before. It’s almost completely flat, pitch black, and unconventionally shaped. It seriously just looks like a hole in the sky. Plus, when it flew over our heads we didn’t even hear it. It was flying pretty low, and the fact that it was completely silent just made its presence that much more unnatural and unnerving. Watching this thing fly over top of our car was enough to convince me that if the USAF is out to get you there’s not a whole lot you can do about it. If this thing wanted to drop eight thousand pounds of ordinance and replace my Honda with a giant smoking crater, my experience Saturday convinced me that I’d be a goner!
The B-2 bomber is the epitome of Stealth Technology; it’s invisible to all forms of radar and tracking and gives off no heat signatures, vapor trails or audible clues as to its location. Note from Charles: going “silent” in the spirit is very important through “Spiritual Cloaking Technology”. It utilizes its absurdly long range to launch bombing raids on the Middle East from secure bases as far away as the United States and Europe and it’s black hull, combined with the fact that it usually executes it’s bombing raids at night, makes it virtually impossible to detect with the human eye. It flies at incredibly high altitudes, but is capable of using its on-board guidance systems to accurately place large numbers of bombs and strike dozens of targets in a single run. The amount of ordinance it carries and the lack of a need for fighter escort (thanks to the Stealth Technology), allow two B-2s to complete a bombing raid which previously required 32 F-16s, 16 F-15s, and 27 support aircraft, and perform it with a range that was unheard of before-hand. Note from Charles: You don’t need hundreds of intercessors, you just need the ones with the right spiritual technology. It’s the ultimate in “silent but deadly”, like roughly equivalent to being surprise attacked by fifty thousand ninjas AT THE SAME TIME.
B-2s have served in Kosovo, Afghanistan and Iraq, and a stealth bomber has never been shot down by enemy fire. Also, it costs like three billion US dollars to make ONE of these planes. You’ve got to respect any piece of military hardware that’s so expensive that one-fifth of the countries in the world couldn’t buy it with their Annual Gross Domestic Product.
Note from Charles, these kinds of Kingdom Service Providers are not cheap but they are worth it!
God is updating the B2 Spirit’s weaponry to include nuclear applications when required to bring “shock and awe” into the enemy’s camp!