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Tehrān : Iran | almost 2 years ago
September 2012 Short and long term human, political and economic consequences of any war require innovative approaches to prevent the crisis becoming war: such a case clearly exists...
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Treason 1

Proof positive of corrupt elites holding the nuclear threat to humanity's collective head. To achieve real and unmitigated power over society one does not need democracy, elections or political parties: the threat of total anihilation is used to prop up the national security establishment in most major countries today. This international apparatus holds real power above and beyond what we perceive as national political establishments. ADRIAN LEVY: (...)suggestions are made to Carter for Brzyzenski, the National Security Adviser that America reconsider for the first time the gold standard of nonproliferation and shove it down the agenda in order to begin a new relationship with Pakistan that was struggling to obtain nuclear weapons. So the suggestion for Brzyzenski was the beginning of turning a blind eye, let's say. But Carter runs out of steam. It will only be when Reagan comes in 1981 that effectively can lead to this policy being implemented. (...) They would cold test a bomb, which means computer simulate one in '82. In '83 they'd repeat that process. In 1984, the Chinese would take that bomb and hot test it, actually let it off in a [inaudible] test site. By 1987, that bomb, the Pakistani bomb, had been fixed under a US supplied F-16 fighter jet and was ready to deploy. View playlist:
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