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Sibel Edmonds: Turkey's Never-Admitted-to Nuclear Capabilities

with Sibel Edmonds
Writer, Dandelion Salad
October 21, 2016

Boiling Frogs Post on Oct 21, 2016

In this special sneak peak, we share a highlight from a brand new episode of Newsbud’s Roundtable that hasn’t even aired yet.

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Nuclear Friday: How Low Can We Go?

Nuclear weapons are uniquely destructive. Nothing we’ve ever made can cause so much death and destruction so quickly. And under some conditions nuclear weapons can render land uninhabitable for years. 653 more words


‘Obama’s General’ Pleads Guilty to Leaking Stuxnet Operation

It was Washington’s worst-kept secret that retired Gen. James Cartwright served as a key source for New York Times reporter David Sanger’s revelations about the Stuxnet computer virus used to attack Iran’s nuclear program beginning in 2009. 872 more words

Middle East

Nuclear Friday: The Zero Option

The Zero Option sounds like the title of a Cold War thriller with something as threatening as the shrouded and guarded Pershing II missile in the background image being fired in a risky attempt to destroy Soviet Command and Control capabilities during an implausible NATO/Warsaw Pact throwdown. 780 more words


Cold War 2 (update 11). Russian nukes line Polish/Lithuanian borders.

Image from  http://www.aljazeera.com  All credit due)

The Middle Eastern tensions, more so the Syrian debacle, has everything to with geopolitical power plays.  It is not that complex at all, Iran and Saudi Arabia are enemies, The West i.e America has allied it’s self with the Saudis as the China (net importer of Iranian oil) and Russia have allied themselves with Iran.  308 more words

With Talk of WWIII on the Horizons, How Serious is It?

Russia must be the envy of preppers worldwide today. At the announcement by the Mirror, that Putin has built underground bunkers in a complex system, which would shelter his citizens in the event of a nuclear attack from the West, I can sense the salivation of preppers from my desk. 373 more words