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    • orangefreestate
    • 07.09.06 | 19:16 (IDT)

    once nuclear weaponry was developed,and demonstrated to be apocalyptically effective by the u.s.(for reasons that had nothing to do with the progress of war against japan)obviously other states,some-u.s.s.r eg.-in great haste-would proceed to acquire them by any means-some brilliantly audacious.the technology is within many scientists grasp.ar any rate,once you introduce any arm/technology,which assure supremacy,your potential rival is sure to get them,even if you& the haves declare&threaten the have-nots shall so remain.technology travels fast.just consider horse,iron,firearms courtesy of spain in america.internal combustion.flight.wernher von braun.alphabet.israel,by the way,did not sign non -proliferation convention.lewis is good at his very well payed job-cloaking false propaganda in academic guise,hard to debate indeed,but still debunkable when necessary.

    from the article: Let them have nukes
    First published 00:00 07.09.06 | Last updated 00:00 07.09.06
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