Russia gives U.S/NATO a Final Warning

The Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs this morning issued a final warning to the United States and NATO regarding Ukraine: "If the U.S. decides to supply longer-range missiles to Ukraine, they will cross the red line and become a direct party to the conflict." This final warning was spoken by Maria Zakharova, spokeswoman of the Ministry... Continue Reading →

Road to Armageddon | Bill Salus

Join Mondo Gonzales and Bill Salus as they discuss Iran’s quest for nuclear weapons and the amazing intelligence that Israel possesses, exposing their never-ending lies and coverups. Is an Israel attack on Iran in the cards sometime soon as they get closer to going nuclear? Does the military buildup and the massive amount of weapons... Continue Reading →

Russia Uses Hypersonic Ballistic Missiles in Ukraine for First Time

Russia said on Saturday that it has used hypersonic missiles to destroy Ukrainian military assets in what marks the first time Moscow has acknowledged using this type of weapon in combat.The Russian defense ministry said in a March 19 operational update that on Friday it destroyed a large underground storage facility for missiles and aviation ammunition in Ukraine’s Ivano-Frankovsk region, using... Continue Reading →

Damaged Fukushima Reactors Leaking Coolant After Last Weekend’s 7.3 Earthquake

Two reactors at the wrecked Fukushima nuclear plant in Japan have begun leaking cooling water following last weekend's 7.3 magnitude earthquake, indicating that the existing damage to TEPCO's Unit 1 and 3 reactors has worsened, according to AP, citing spokesman Keisuke Matsuo. The leaking water is believed to have remained inside the reactor complex, as there is 'no sign of any... Continue Reading →

President Biden Ready to Negotiate With Iran…

THE WHITE HOUSE LATE Thursday said it is ready to meet with Iran, along with other signatories to the 2015 deal governing its nuclear program, opening the door to negotiations in one of the thorniest foreign issues facing President Joe Biden. "The United States would accept an invitation from the European Union High Representative to attend a meeting... Continue Reading →

Boomerangs to A-bombs: Australia debates acquiring nukes

Facing a wobbly ally in the United States and an increasingly bellicose China, Australia’s military strategists are cautiously debating whether the country needs to consider developing its own nuclear deterrent. For a long time, the country’s defense forces had relatively little to worry about. A century-old alliance with the United States brought bankable security guarantees, while mineral... Continue Reading →

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