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Nuclear attack? We must support Corbyn's refusal to murder millions: Oliver Tickell

Another unpublished article found in archives – extracts set out Jeremy Corbyn’s position on nuclear weapons.   

“There are five declared nuclear weapon states in the world. 737 more words

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Before sunlight crept across hurricane-battered rooftops, illuminating the patchy brown lawns and pothole-ridden streets of post-Katrina New Orleans, beneath a blanket of bleeding pink and purple, faintly star-speckled twilight, within a ghost town of water-warped slouching shotgun houses, among which remained the former domain of the deceased Shotgun Queen herself, stood her property’s then possessor, a pretentious prick named Stephen. 1,165 more words

Jo Jupiter

Weapons of Mass destruction

Question 1

  1. In London on July 7, 2005, a series of coordinated attacks with an IED WMD were unleashed against London’s public transport system. Is it morally or ethical right in practice to create such attacks against innocent civilians in retaliation without just cause?
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Japan PM urges 'greatest possible pressure' on N.Korea -- "Consensus will not work" -- Shinzo Abe: "North Korea must abandon all its nuclear and ballistic missile programmes in a complete, verifiable and irreversible manner."


© Sputnik/AFP | Russian President Vladimir Putin said that imposing tighter sanctions on Pyongyang was not the way forward

VLADIVOSTOK (RUSSIA) (AFP) – Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe called Thursday for the world to put the “greatest possible pressure” on North Korea to abandon its nuclear missile programme.However Russian President Vladimir Putin said Pyongyang couldn’t be intimidated and brushed off a renewed call for tighter sanctions by his South Korean counterpart Moon Jae-In as the three were in the Russian port city of Vladivostok for an economic forum. 663 more words

Bart Madison (of Six Minutes Early by Patrick Parker)

Dear readers, tonight with me is an ex special forces officer, trying to detonate a few nuclear devices.

You’ve read that correctly. He’s trying to detonate them, in an act of terror. 1,553 more words


A Time For Prayer

I would like to ask everyone reading my blog to pray today. Pray for the leaders of this great nation we live in. Also, pray for the leaders of other countries around the world. 134 more words