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Thursday, October 31, 2013

Moscow Conducts Large-Scale Nuclear Attack Drill - Oct 30th

Interesting..... Moscow Conducts Large-Scale Nuclear Attack Drill - Oct 30th ( Freebeacon ) Russian strategic forces carried out a large-scale surprise military drill on Wednesday, launching four nuclear missiles that were closely monitored by U.S. intelligence agencies, U.S. officials said. ...The strategic missile exercises highlight Moscow’s large-scale nuclear forces build up under Putin. Russia is developing several new missiles, including a weapon U.S. intelligence agencies have assessed as a covert intermediate-range nuclear missile called the RS-26 that is being developed and tested in apparent violation of the 1987 Intermediate-range Nuclear Forces Treaty. freebeacon.com/ moscow-conducts-large-scale-nuclear-attack-drill/

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Guess they haven't heard the Cold War is over. Don't they know "Global Zero" is the "in" thing?

Anonymous said...

Putin doesn't think the Cold War is over.

Anonymous said...

Obama has nothing to worry about. Putin promised him he would behave in the future and a promise is a promise!

Meanwhile, we can proceed with our current policy of taking apart our US weapon labs, laying off more long term weapons research staff and shutting the front gates.

Anonymous said...

The world loves America. We have nothing to fear. It's time to get rid of all our weapons and trust our friends like North Korea, Iran, China and Russia.

What could possible go wrong?

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