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    • Building a bunker
    • 28.05.05 | 05:27 (IDT)

    The topic right now, is the removal of "nuclear breaks"...so the real concern is not so much whether the US is an evil entity, or whether their actions are justified. It has been mentioned before that Bush's predecessors had considered nuclear weapons as a standard weapon of war, instead of a last resort, but the point is that US has taking another risky step forward (justified or not). So issue for the American People and everyone else on this planet, is the fact that the situation may escalate to the point where we all become extra crispy in apocalyptic nuclear hellfire.

    from the article: The U.S. removes the nuclear brakes
    First published 00:00 26.05.05 | Last updated 00:00 26.05.05
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