Deploying a Sustainable Nuclear War Strategy
Depleted Uranium as viable nuclear war
Fear and Loathing has Gone Viral
Everyone dreads a full scale, world wide thermonuclear war. It is the stuff of many nightmares and false scares when huge explosions occur. Countless movies have been made of nuclear war. We came desperately close in Oct. 1962 during the height of the Cuban Missile Crisis. But few people realize that there has be a subtle nuclear war going on in the main since 1991. It's origins go all the way back to 1945 at White Sands, New Mexico. The war is conducted by several means.
The use of depleted uranium on the battlefield
the limited use of nuclear bunker busters such as in Oman and Damascus, Syria
The strategic bombing or crippling of nuclear power plants such as in Iraq by Israel
Israel threatens Iran over their nuclear program
Targeting computers that control nuclear power plants to trigger melt downs
Actual meltdowns as a result of earthquakes, tsunamis, human error and mechanical problems
Continual bomb testing despite the test ban treaty (underground testing still injects radiological elements into the atmosphere)
Brinkmanship then and now
The regional wars in Africa (Niger) due to the existence of uranium. True also for Iran
Sabre rattling by N. Korea to nuclear strike the US
Tinkering to create ever more subtle N-bombs such as the dreaded suitcase nuke
Lurching toward the unthinkable.
The use of depleted uranium (that which is left over from extracting bomb grade U235 from natural uranium/U238) (1), has occurred in the battle field due to its armour piercing characteristics and high mass, especially after being fired out of a muzzle of a rifle or modern field artillery. It burns at an extremely high temperature on impact, creating something akin to a tiny nuclear explosion that also disperses an aerosol of radiological uranium nano-particle dust onto the environment. U238 has a radiological half life of 4.4 billion years. The armour piercing quality also has the effect of exploding whatever it enters, such as a closed tank. Depleted Uranium (DU), was used in the Iraq desert during Desert Storm (2) in the first Iraq-US war, particularly in and around the small city of Fallujah. But it was also used elsewhere and is also the source for Gulf War Syndrome that plagued a lot of vets. Since 1991 when the First Gulf War commenced, cancer rates have rocketed in the local population along with alarming birth defects. DU continues to be used in theatres of war in the Middle East as there is so much of U238 compared to the relatively minuscule amount of bomb and reactor grade U235. This then is the first plank of the sustainable nuclear war strategy. They have found a use for all that leftover stuff from centrifuges that sort out the bomb and reactor grade material.
On or about May 5th 2013, a confirmed nuclear strike was reported in Damascus according to war veterans (3) who are familiar with nuclear deployment. An extensive analysis was published and posted by Veterans Today giving anyone who cares to look, the full lowdown on what happened. They note the similarities between the bunker busting operation in Damascus and typical small yield atmospheric detonations of the past in the Nevada Desert. Further, the collateral damage aftermath, that has been shown on many news channels is consistent with a nuclear strike. There were hundreds of casualties from this single small nuke. The case of “art nuking” in Oman is less clear, but a general panic occurred when a huge nuclear like explosion occurred just outside of a populated area. Oman is a small Arab country south of Iran and east of the contentious Straight of Hormuz. The city in question, may be Muscat, but the source was unclear due to the state of panic. The occurrence might have been a false flag in a bid to ignite war against Iran across the Gulf of Oman. The US Defence Dept. Has announced that it will deploy nukes in Oman as of May 22nd, 2013 (4). There may have been a detonation earlier in 2012 for as yet, undermined reason.
On July 7th, 1981, Israel launched a strike against Iraq's fledgling nuclear power plant that was still under construction (5). This was a full decade before Desert Storm of the First Gulf War where DU was first used on the battle field resulting in many casualties during and after the use on both sides. US vets suffered the now infamous Gulf War Syndrome as a result of exposure to DU nano-dust. Israel has its sights on Iran as the country continues its own nuclear program. There have been drone attacks and computer virus attacks on the Iranian nuclear facility in a bid to shut it down or start a meltdown. This is a lessor known tactic in running a sustainable nuclear war. There are hundreds of nuclear plants all around the world, especially in the US, UK, Japan, S. Africa, China, Russia, England, France, Canada, N. Korea and elsewhere. These are either designed for electrical generation or for breeding bomb quality material. Any one of them could spew radioactive material if there is a failure somewhere in the system, being electrical, in the cooling system or a leaking or ruptured reactor.
Israel has long threatened to target and destroy Iran's nuclear plants that Iranian leaders say are for peaceful power production only. The west and Israel insist differently and declare that the substantially increased activity of uranium processing with centrifuges is a sign of Iran's surging toward making a nuclear bomb. Meanwhile, Iran is building or planning to build more nuclear power plants. This would be reason enough to produce more fuel grade uranium from their own uranium mines. But, Israel and the US have their own propaganda reasons to put a stop to it. How can they have nuclear hegemony if other nations develop nuclear capability, however that may be defined? So far, several Iranian nuclear scientists have been assassinated, drones have been used, one of which was captured by Iran, and computer viruses have been targeted to Iran's nuclear program in a bid to trigger a meltdown. This forms another crux of a “sustainable” nuclear war insofar as using Iran's own nuclear facilities to poison the Iranians. No nukes need be launched if a meltdown ends up doing the same thing. Chernobyl (6) and Fukishima (7) come to mind, though these were not the result of a covert war.
Fukishima, Japan had at least three confirmed meltdowns as a result of the March 11, 2010 earthquake and tsunami. The entire region within 50 kilometers of the nuclear plant soon became uninhabitable. Radiation also escaped into the sea and atmosphere and ended up impacting a huge area of the planet. Other meltdowns happen largely due to human error or mechanical failure. There is hardly a year in history since the 1952 Chalk River NRX partial meltdown (8), that has not seen some form of nuclear incident in some of the 436 reactors world wide that released some radiation. These consist of partial or full meltdowns, somewhere in the world. All are of concern, especially for those reactors that are built in earthquake prone areas of the planet (9). More are built on the coast in tsunami prone regions such as Fukushima, Japan. Many are now old and should be shut down, decommissioned and deconstructed. What boggles the mind of many people is why reactors would be built on known fault lines, earthquake prone and tsunami threat coastal areas in the first place.
Ever since the first successful test of an atom bomb at White Sands, New Mexico in 1945 (10), bomb making and testing has been going on into the current period (10). There are tests going on by all the nuclear powers at all times in a combined and uneven manner. By far, the heaviest testers are the US, Russia and China with tests also being conducted by India, Pakistan, N. Korea, Israel, France, Great Britain and a few others. So far, Iran has not detonated an atomic bomb, though they have the capability to make one due to the existence of enriched uranium and free to access, declassified US plans for several bomb types available for download on the internet (11). Testing was first done in the atmosphere, then underwater, in near earth space and finally, underground. There were even plans by the US to detonate a nuclear weapon on the moon (12). From these tests we learned about electromagnetic pulse (EMP) (13) and have turned that into a WMD. We have also learned how to create earthquakes artificiality. Also, it has been exposed that underground detonations are not contained there and radiation still gets into the atmosphere. New designs can have unexpected results too. At the very inception, the idea of the a-bomb was shrouded in controversy. Some physicists though that the detonation in White Sands would wind up destroying the cosmos. Despite that doubt, the bomb was detonated anyway. This alone proves the depths that risk taking can sink to.
Brinkmanship and mutually assured destruction (MAD) (14) are terms that anyone born after 1945 have grown up with. There have been some narrow escapes, the most notable of which was the Cuban Missile Crisis of October, 1962 (15). There have been other near misses as well, but these are seldom mentioned. An accidental dropping of a wrench in a missile silo caused the rocket to explode and propel a multi-megaton hydrogen bomb many miles. All but one fail-safe device failed and the bomb did not go off. Russia detected the explosion and immediately scrambled its military and demanded answers. There were three reported (likely there are more) “broken arrow” (16) incidents with the loss of at least as many nuclear weapons. One sits at the bottom of the Straight of Gibraltar, and another off the coast of Georgia USA. The first such event detonated in the interior of northern BC, Canada when mechanical problems with the B-36 carrying bombs, forced desperate action (17). The crew bailed out and were later rescued. The pilot flew the crippled plane and ditched it into the ocean. To make it, bombs had to be jettisoned and one is by some witness accounts, thought to have detonated in the BC wilds. This action was taken to prevent information from falling into enemy hands. A military crew descended into the BC wilds quickly to recover the dropped and unexploded bombs and crew. Both Russia and the US have lost a nuclear sub at sea, complete with all its nuclear arsenal of at least ten nuclear tipped, sea launched missiles (The Thresher, which sank in 2012, carried 84 nuclear missiles) (18, 19). All these hair raising events escalated brinkmanship tensions. Recently in 2013, N. Korea declared that it would first strike the US with a nuclear attack (20). US and China went on high alert with the US sending in a nuclear equipped navy fleet to threaten retaliation. Accidents and bone headed stupidity are rife in all aspects of the nuclear industry and not limited to this handful of accounts.
Uranium can be found in several places on earth. Canada, S. Africa, S. Russia, Niger and a few other places have large deposits that are actively mined and processed (21). An active campaign of imperialism is underway by leading powers to procure it for themselves. This is especially true in Africa natural uranium sources that are in the sights of imperialist adventurers. Wars are being fought in a bid to obtain “rights” to these spoils.
Sabre rattling is nothing new. It goes on all the time, but today it has a new level of threat. N. Korea recently had a change of leadership and the new kid on the power block made a nuclear first strike threat to the US. This stirred up a hornet's nest with the counter-threat that N. Korea could be burned off the map if it tried anything like this, with a total nuclear retaliatory response. This was immediately backed up with a strong naval presence off the shores of N. Korea with US and S.. Korea involvement with war games. China threatened to intervene, but called on N. Korea to cool down the rhetoric. For a while, it looked like a return to the Cuban Missile Crisis days.
Nukes come in three basic designs with variations for each one. The gun type atom bomb, the so called little boy design, has two separate sub-critical uranium chunks, one of which is fired down a tube by explosives to impact the other chunk. This sets off a rapid and escalating chain reaction ending in critical mass and an atomic explosion with a huge release of energy and atomized radiological dust. The implosion type uses plutonium or uranium, some with a center containing heavy water in the fat man design. Again, the reacting mass is separated in sub-critical chunks surrounding a center containing a hydrogen source in some cases for an h-bomb. The outer shell contains shaped high explosives wired to detonate within a nanosecond of each other. This configuration is encased in a neutron reflective shell. The detonation is controlled by a klystron switch. The third is yet another configuration designed specifically for a small, portable, “suitcase” package that is dreadfully easy to transport. The entire critical mass of the uranium is contained in a single lump, but it is shaped to behave as if sub-critical. The design of the atomic bomb here is analogous to an elongated football. Explosives are fixed to both ends of the football in a manner as to change the design from the sub-critical elongated shape to the supra-critical spherical shape while compressing the mass. Thus, this design can be made small and can be carried or towed by a single individual in a suitcase. The yield of this bomb is low, but substantial enough to create major collateral damage and loss of life. This is not the end of it either, as ever more sophisticated designs evolve from the knowledge gained fro thousands of experimental explosions still ongoing since 1945 (22, 23, 24).
Pay Close Attention to the Blast that Momentarily Blots Out Daylight in a Reconstruction of the Hiroshima Shot
Total Apocalypse: Thinking the Unthinkable
Why detonate thousands of nuclear bombs when one or two strategically detonated nuclear weapons can wreck more havoc than total thermonuclear war? There exists several points on earth where the placing and detonation of a medium sized nuke is sufficient to unleash unbelievable havoc. For instance, a one or two megaton device placed in a weak spot like in Hawaii (25) or the Canary Islands (26) would be enough to trigger a mega-tsunami (27) that would wipe out billions in coastal and near coastal cities world wide as well as wiping the whole region affected, clean of any hint of civilization. This is nuclear war on steroids! The idea is simple. The bomb buried in the fissure on the main island of Hawaii or the Canary Islands would trigger as massive landslide into the ocean which would generate a tsunami one to two kilometers high. In the span of less than a day, either the entire Atlantic or Pacific coastlines and well inland, would be scoured bare. Ninety percent of humanity would disappear along with animal life and vegetation. Civilization would vanish in a relative historic blink of an eye. The survivors would live in a world wracked with mega quakes and souped up volcanism. Most of them would die over the next year. It would take centuries for the biosphere to recover. Just two nukes would ruin the whole planet. It would take millenia for humanity to reemerge from a handful of survivors. Rebuilding civilization would take even longer. The legend of Atlantis comes to mind of a super civilization wiped out in a single day. Evidence suggests such an event happened 12,600 years ago and it took most of that time to rise to our current civilization that is barely a century old.
We already know how to make earthquake and tsunamis with nukes. This was discovered in Alaska when a five megaton device was detonated underground in the Aleutian Islands (28, 29). When the bomb detonated, a man made 7.6 earthquake resulted along with a small tsunami. The bomb altered the coastline and spewed radiation everywhere. The tsunami generated was seen thousands of miles away. This was a showcase detonation close to the USSR and meant to intimidate. It did; with considerable blow back. We know of several weak spots that can release mega-catastrophes on their own and geological evidence supports this. Super volcanoes, faults and natural fissures are all targets for this kind of madhouse scheme. The fact this this account is detailed here means that such a war scenario has already been thought of and considered, Are there individuals crazy enough to do this? Sadly; the answer is yes.
Civilization has reached a point where most of humanity is no longer required to serve the wealthy and powerful. An active and combined program of eugenics and transhumanism is under way. In a word, this is eternal life for the elites and extinction for the no longer needed “useless eaters” working class who were employed to build paradise for the few. Now it's done and we have run out of time. One of the techniques in use is a low level, but sustainable nuclear war on “terrorism”. A terrorist is anyone who in any way or for threatens the elite, is perceived as threatening or is just in the way, Another, faster scenario is the one described above. The low level nuclear war comes without a warning, but the fast scenario does come with plenty of warning, but only if one knows how to look. For the unwary, they can suddenly face a Biblical level event.
Now, Watch as this Explosion Blots Out the Daylight. Was this a Suitcase Nuke?
Potential Nuclear Detonations in This Decade
Oman Approx. 2012
Damascus May 4th, 2013
Donansk On or About Feb. 4th, 2015
Yemen (twice) May 20th, 2015 for one, other unkown
Many Confirm that a Neutron Bomb was Dropped in Yemen on May 20, 2015
Was Damascus Nuked May 4th, 2013?
The Donansk Nuke
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