US Rejects Russian Offer, Will Pull Out of Nuclear Forces Treaty

US Rejects Russian Offer, Will Pull Out of Nuclear Forces Treaty By Jason Ditz Initially ratified in 1987, the Intermediate Nuclear Forces Treaty (INF), which famously kept all nuclear missiles out of Europe for decades, is set to collapse, with US officials saying they will withdraw from the treaty next month. The US has been accusing Russia of violating the INF for years related to a single missile design, called the 9m729, and its maximum range. The INF forbids all nuclear missiles with ranges between 500 km and 5,500 km. The…

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Russia Tests Hypersonic “Avangard” State Of The Art Projectile; And Nuclear Capable Underwater Drone

Russia Tests Hypersonic “Avangard” State Of The Art Projectile; And Nuclear Capable Underwater Drone By Aaron Kesel Russia has tested its hypersonic weapons that Activist Post reported Putin had teased just last week. The hypersonic weapon’s name is Avangard, a state-of-the-art hypersonic projectile, that can travel at more than 30,000km/h, according to Russia’s Deputy Prime Minister Yuri Borisov, RT reported. Borisov told Rossiya 24 TV channel that the test of the weapon proved the hypersonic glider can travel an incredible speed at Mach 27, stating no known weapon can intercept…

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Iran Bans Talks With U.S. After Roll Back Of Sanctions; U.S. Threatens Sanctions On Europe

Iran Bans Talks With U.S. After Roll Back Of Sanctions; U.S. Threatens Sanctions On Europe By Aaron Kesel The leader of Iran, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, has banned holding any direct talks with the United States, as tension between the U.S. and Iran increases, with the country testing a next-generation short-range missile. “I ban holding any talks with America … America never remains loyal to its promises in talks … just gives empty words … and never retreats from its goals for talks,” Khamenei was quoted saying by TV. This comes after…

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The US Gov’t Has “Lost” Enough Radioactive Material to Bomb Nagasaki 800 Times

The US Gov’t Has “Lost” Enough Radioactive Material to Bomb Nagasaki 800 Times By Matt Agorist San Antonio, TX — When civilian contractors who use certain radioactive substances to test pipe strength or other inspections “lose” these items, news agencies widely report it and a massive search is conducted until it is found. However, as a recent case out of San Antonio illustrates, when government loses one of the most dangerous radioactive substances on the planet which could be used to create nuclear bombs to wipe out entire countries, all…

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Weapons Physicist Declassifies and Releases US Nuclear Test Films (Videos)

Weapons Physicist Declassifies and Releases US Nuclear Test Films (Videos) By Lily Dane Between 1945 and 1962, the U.S. conducted 210 atmospheric nuclear tests. They used multiple cameras to capture footage of each event – at around 2,400 frames per second. In the decades since, around 10,000 of these films sat around gathering dust in high-security vaults across the country. The film material itself was slowly decomposing. For the past six years,  Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) weapon physicist Greg Spriggs and a team of experts have been working hard to restore the…

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Media Silent as Israel Exposed for Aiding Saudi Arabia in Developing Nuclear Weapons

Media Silent as Israel Exposed for Aiding Saudi Arabia in Developing Nuclear Weapons By Jay Syrmopoulos Riyadh, Saudi Arabia – The Saudi Arabian government has been covertly receiving information on the creation of nuclear weapons from the government of Israel, according to Ami Dor-on, a senior Israeli official at iHLS (Israel’s Homeland Security). iHLS bills itself as the “leading hub for the homeland security ecosystem globally and in Israel” — and is partially funded by U.S. weapons manufacturer, Raytheon, according to a report by MintPress News. Israel is not a declared nuclear power,…

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