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The U.S. Nuclear Secret They’re Trying to Protect


Ever since the Fukushima nuclear meltdown the US has taken a close interest in Japan’s nuclear program, and wields its geopolitical mite to influence that program as much as possible.

As Mitsuhei Murata, the former Japanese ambassador to Switzerland, said in August last year: “In the US there are 31


Nuclear Chief Warns of “Dirty Bomb” Threat

International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Director General Yukiya Amano gestures during a conference on nuclear safety at the IAEA headquarters in Vienna July 1, 2013. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader

More action is needed to stop militants acquiring plutonium or highly-enriched uranium that could be used for atomic bombs, nuclear experts and government officials said on Monday.

International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Director General Yukiya Amano gestures during a conference on nuclear safety at the IAEA headquarters in Vienna July 1, 2013. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader


Obama’s First Strike Policy

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I have now had the chance to read Obama’s Report on Nuclear Employment Strategy of the United States, that just came out on Friday, June 21, 2013. The critical passage can be found on page 5:

“The 2010 Nuclear Posture Review established the Administration’s goal to set conditions that would allow the United States


I’ll see your cyberwar and raise you a nuclear response


Richard A. Clarke, the chairman of Good Harbor Security Risk Management, was special adviser to the president for cybersecurity in the George W. Bush administration. Steve Andreasen, a consultant to the Nuclear Threat Initiative, was the National Security Council’s staff director for defense policy and arms control from 1993 to 2001.

“We will


Iran Seeks to Speed up Nuke Development


Iran is trying to accelerate its uranium enrichment program, a U.N. nuclear report showed, but experts said it was unclear when Tehran’s new machines could start operating and how efficiently they would work.

The Islamic state’s progress in introducing next-generation centrifuges is closely watched in the West and Israel as it


U.S. Senate Declares Support for Israeli Attack on Iran


Vote urging support should Israel be forced to act passes Senate unanimously; ‘resolution makes clear nuclear Iran not an option’ co-sponsor says.

In a show of force, the United States Senate on Wednesday unanimously passed a resolution urging an uncompromising US stance against Iranian efforts to acquire nuclear weapons,


Iranian Press Claims Israel Nuked Syria

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Striking evidence of the use of American EPW (Earth Penetrating Weapons) nuclear weapons in Syria has come to light. Experts say the proof is irrefutable.

30000 pound bunker buster

Dramatic video footage from Syria has revealed startling evidence that counters Israel’s claims of “surgical strikes” on weapons headed to Lebanon.

What were said


India Delivers Stern Nuclear Warning to Pakistan


“India will not be the first to use nuclear weapons, but if it is attacked with such weapons, it would engage in nuclear retaliation which will be massive and designed to inflict unacceptable damage on its adversary. The label on a nuclear weapon used for attacking India, strategic or tactical, is irrelevant from the Indian


Whitehouse Worried over Japanese Nuclear Plans

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Japan is preparing to start up a massive nuclear-fuel reprocessing plant over the objections of the Obama administration, which fears the move may stoke a broader race for nuclear technologies and even weapons in North Asia and the Middle East.

A 2012 photo shows the Rokkasho nuclear-fuel processing plant’s control center in northern


Iranian Energy Chief: Iran to Build Nuclear Reactor


Iran will soon build another nuclear reactor in the north-western city of Bonab in East Azarbaijan province, revealed Fereidoun Abbasi, the chief of Atomic Energy Organisation of Iran (AEOI).

A Russian worker walks past the Bushehr nuclear power plant, 1,200 km (746 miles) south of Tehran – Reuters




Nuclear Orientalism

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The North Korean bomb may be an uncomfortable fact of life, but so too is the US bomb, notes Barakawi.

Once again, the Crazy Emperor of the Hermit Kingdom – North Korea – is threatening nuclear war. Or so the media would have us believe.

The BBC and other news outlets have taken to


Iran Says it Wont Stop Enriching Uranium


The head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) says the Islamic Republic will not stop enriching uranium for its nuclear energy program.

Aerial Photo of the Fordow Nuclear Facility in Iran

“We produced 20-percent-enriched uranium for Tehran’s Research Reactor and we will continue producing it as long as we need the fuel,”


North Korea Apparently Readying Missile Test

Is he Smoking...Looks like an ashtray and lighter on the desk too?

A South Korean newspaper is reporting that North Korean troops are scurrying around the site where it tested a nuclear bomb on February 12, its third ever. All signs point to a fourth, and the timing couldn’t be worse.

Is he Smoking…Looks like an ashtray and lighter on the desk too?

“There are recent


U.S. Official: North Could be Planning Launch

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North Korea, which unleashed another round of scathing rhetoric accusing the United States of pushing the region to the “brink of war,” could be planning a missile launch soon, a U.S. official said Thursday.

Stupid Dangerous Baby

Communications intercepts in recent days indicated that Pyongyang could be planning to launch a mobile ballistic missile


IAEA Chief: Iran Probably Developing Nuke


The UN’s top nuclear official is expressing concern that Iran may be secretly continuing work on nuclear weapons.

International Atomic Energy Agency chief Yukiya Amano told The Associated Press that his agency has indications of such activities both “in the past and now.”

Iran denies secret weapons work and even the United States —


Israel Becomes More Anxious, Coming Discussion Over Iranian Military Strike


The leaders of the United States and Israel are about to have some serious face time — five-and-a-half hours culminating in a late-night dinner on Wednesday. Three key issues will dominate the agenda: Iran, Syria and the Palestinians. In the first part of our “On the Brink” series, NBC News correspondent Martin Fletcher — who


N. Korea threatens pre-emptive nuclear strike


PYONGYANG, North Korea — North Korea on Thursday threatened to carry out pre-emptive nuclear strikes against the United States and South Korea.

The threat from the country’s Foreign Ministry came before the U.N. Security Council was to discuss new sanctions against North Korea over its nuclear program and recent nuclear test, The New York Times


S. Korean Conservatives Seek Re-Establishment of U.S. Nukes


Following North Korea’s most recent nuclear test on February 12th, conservative officials in the South have resumed calls for the return of U.S. tactical nuclear weapons to the peninsula.

Korean DMZ

“The only way to defend our survival would be to maintain a balance of terror that confronts nuclear with nuclear,” said


How Close is Iran to a Nuke…..Really


Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu claimed last week that new second-generation centrifuges, which Iran plans to start up at its Natanz uranium enrichment facility, could cut by a third the time needed to create a nuclear bomb – underlining his deadline of this summer to take military action against Iran.

Netanyahu’s prediction, however, appears


Nuclear Waste Leaking in Washington State


They thought they’d managed this problem a few years ago. But Washington state Gov. Jay Inslee got a disturbing call Friday from Energy Secretary Steven Chu: Nuclear waste is leaking out of a tank in one of the most contaminated nuclear waste sites in the U.S.

Inslee released a statement, saying a


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