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Protest and Survive Mixtape!

I contributed a punk mix relating to the nuclear abolition movement in the 1980s to the Interference Archive ‘If A Song Could Be Freedom’ mixtape series. 281 more words

Nuclear Disarmament

The Nuclear Challenge (6): 70 Years After Hiroshima and Nagasaki: Fukushima and Beyond

The terrifying nuclear disaster of March 11, 2011 associated with the reactor meltdowns, hydrogen explosion, and release of radioactivity at the Fukushima Daiichi reactor complex was an anguishing complement to the awful collective memories of the Japanese people arising from the atomic attacks seven decades ago. 1,280 more words

Commentary

Dr Steven Schofield: Fifty Years of Failure – The Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty 1968-2018

Introduction to report

Nuclear disarmament has descended into the realms of fantasy under the United Nations. The Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty legitimises the policies of the existing nuclear weapons powers to modernise their nuclear armouries, under the banner of maintaining deterrence capability, while at the same time, threatening military action against any other country that has the temerity to want to join their squalid little club. 122 more words

Human Rights

The Nuclear Challenge: 70 Years After Hiroshima and Nagasaki (2)

A SHORT HISTORY LESSON: 1945

August 6th:

Dropped atomic bomb

On civilians

At Hiroshima.

August 8th:

Agreed to hold

War crimes trials

For Nazis.

August 9th: 2,082 more words

Commentary

Lord Bertrand Russell vs. Barack Obama: Ban the Iranian Bomb

It is well over 50 years now since Lord Bertrand Russell became the leading Western figure in the battle to ban nuclear weapons, and avert a nuclear war between the Ruskies and America. 265 more words

Politics

70 years later - Ban the Bomb!

70 years are completed today after the nuclear bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. The World Federation of Democratic Youth has had a constant position about the usage of such nuclear weapons. 286 more words

International