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US nuclear test condemned by Iran, Japan
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[quote:ProspeKtor:MV8yMDc0Mjc5XzM0OTE2MzMyXzIzMzhGMTlE] [quote:Anonymous Coward 29320595:MV8yMDc0Mjc5XzM0OTE2MjczXzMxOTE2RTM4] Japan doesn't like it because they got nuked, Iran doesn't like it because they aren't allowed to have nukes. No one else gives 2 fucks..... [/quote] I agree. I think they are trying to score political points off of something the public doesn't truly understand while the scientists are still seeking to understand what is going on with a relatively new weapon's system. 65-70 years may seems like an old weapon but not when the half-lives are years and years. Still trying to restrain the genie as much as they can cuz they know more than anyone of its dire consequences. [/quote]
link to rt.com
Iran has strongly condemned the US for carrying out a nuclear test in Nevada this week, saying the move threatens world peace and shows a hypocritical set of double standards set by Washington when it comes to nuclear research.
The Iranian Foreign Ministry said the Wednesday detonation proves that US foreign policy relies heavily on the use of nuclear weapons, disregarding UN calls for global disarmament, PressTV reports.
The experiment also drew criticism from Japan, with Hiroshima Mayor Kazumi Matsui wondering why the Obama administration carried out the test, despite saying he would “seek a nuclear-free world.”
The test proves that the US “could use nuclear weapons anytime,” said Hirotami Yamada, who heads the Nagasaki Atomic Bomb Survivors Council.
On Friday it was announced that the Nevada National Security Site had successfully detonated plutonium in a deep shaft Wednesday to test the safety and effectiveness of US nuclear weapons, National Nuclear Security Administration officials said.
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