A highlight of last week’s Tehran Conference on the Palestinian Intifada, which I had the great pleasure of attending as an unofficial US representative, came when the head of North Korea’s parliament urged Palestinians to develop a nuclear deterrent…
Jim W. Dean – If only if this were true, we could all get excited, but it is not. It is a bad joke really, a geopolitical psyops to steer the public nuclear threat onto others, while giving themselves a pass.
Gordon Duff – This week, President Obama said: “If terrorists get nukes, it would change our world.” His statement is more than just “too little, too late.” But then, what did he really mean?
Sajjad Shaukat – Despite having collective aims, some countries are playing a double game against one another.
Jim W. Dean – Finally we see more movement to call Israel and its protectors to account for their long history of nuclear proliferation which has made a mockery of that entire security threat.
Jim W. Dean, Nuclear terrorism is already here, so convenient scapegoats have to be found to blame it on if it ever becomes public.
– “Hiding what really happened on 9-11has put the US and the rest of the world in more danger than the threat all the real terrorist groups put together a 100 fold.”
– The Focus in Vienna on Iran’s Nuclear Energy Program should put a Spotlight also on Israel’s Secret Nuclear Arsenal.
The NSA and its “downline” of foreign clients are now part and parcel of every project team from Los Alamos to the Kennedy Space Center. When might reason and even issues of national survival be a consideration of American leaders?
The move was orchestrated by Las Vegas gambling boss, Sheldon Adelson, key financier behind the failed Romney campaign, who put up millions to block the Hagel nomination.