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Message Subject US push for low-yield nukes makes atomic war MORE likely as Russia will retaliate with full force, Moscow says
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The US State Department’s case for tactical nuclear weapons is a case study in psychological projection not seen since the darkest days of the Cold War and its ever-present threat of world-ending atomic holocaust.
Back in February, the Pentagon announced the US Navy has fielded the first batch of W76-2 low-yield submarine launched ballistic missile (SLBM) warheads. A paper by the State Department’s Bureau of Arms Control, published last week, aimed to explain the reasoning behind this move and “debunk” the critics. The 10-page document was endorsed by the acting Under Secretary for arms control Christopher Ford, who hailed the missiles as “reducing net nuclear risks.”

Russia & US are rushing into new arms race as they run out of time for realistic arms-control deal

On Wednesday, however, Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova called the move “a deliberate blurring of the lines between non-strategic and strategic nuclear weapons” that “inevitably leads to a lowering of the nuclear threshold and an increase in the threat of nuclear conflict.”

Everyone who wants to do this should understand that according to the Russian military doctrine, such actions will be considered the basis for the reciprocal use of nuclear weapons by Russia

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If there wasn't for the nukes, we'd be fighting, in war everyday like in the medieval ages, bad thing is once they're start flying that will mean the end of world, civilization as we know it.

Albert Einstein nicely said, third world war will be fought with nukes, the fourth with sticks and stones.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78469860

2 cities was nuked once so never again i say ,are they gone.

no go areas like fucashima
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78830869

fukushima is one of the busiest car manufacturers on earth now - it by no means a no go zone. The amount of money pumped into it by the allies after the war was tremendous and made it one of the richest cities in Japan.
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