+++ 12. September 2012 +++
Unsurvivable! Military Leaders in a Drive To Stop World War
Over the past year, as the international financial system unravels at an accelerating pace, and the Eurozone implodes, thermonuclear war has become a more imminent danger than at any other time in recent history. Top Russian and Chinese military officials and political leaders, as well as the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff have issued extremely stark warnings: If there were a direct U.S. attack on Syria, or an Israeli or U.S. strike on Iran, the war that would follow would rapidly and suddenly escalate into a strategic conflict in which the thermonuclear extermination of life on Earth could not be ruled out.
The consequences of such horror are portrayed in a new 35 minute video-documentary by the LaRouche Political Action Committee titled Unsurvivable. Its release, on Sept. 2, coincided with the opening of the Democratic National Convention, and it demands an all-out mobilization to guarantee that President Obama, a man who is destroying the United States and its Constitution, be removed from the power of the Presidency.
The video, which is based on a number of scientific studies, is a gruesome, but true depiction of what would happen in the wake of a thermonuclear conflict. According to sources in both Europe and the United States, circulation of that documentary is considered as crucial, graphical backup to the repeated warnings coming from military leaders in the U.S., UK, France and other countries whose political leaders continue to issue provocative threats against Syria and Iran. Viewers can see the details of Obama's deployment of a major portion of the U.S. thermonuclear arsenal in multiple theaters, threatening both Russia and China. Use of even a fraction of the existing arsenals would wipe out most of humanity.
As we reported, the head of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff, General Dempsey, issued his most powerful public opposition to date to both an Israeli strike on Iran, and a U.S. or NATO no-fly zone in Syria, during comments in London on Aug. 30. His decision to make such remarks – which were not authorized by the White House – from London, reportedly reflect his concern that Prime Minister Cameron is playing a re-run of Tony Blair's aggressive push at the time for the invasion of Iraq in 2003, on the pretext of alleged chemical weapons.
Days after the Dempsey statements in London, the Pentagon announced that long-planned U.S.-Israeli joint missile defense maneuvers, set for October, have been reduced in size and scope. We recall that most Israeli military and security leaders have repeatedly warned the Netanyahu government not to attack Iran.
While anyone reading the European establishment press would hardly be aware of the overall danger, President Putin and other Russian leaders have consistently exposed the risk of any provocation escalating out of control, as well as Chinese leaders, including at the APEC summit over the weekend.
The Russian government has just announced plans to upgrade its entire nuclear arsenal, and the Russian armed forces have just carried out command staff exercises to improve, according to the Defense Ministry, "their nuclear deterrence objectives for the event of an armed conflict with the participation of Russia."
Ominously, the United States has just confirmed it will keep a small arsenal of nuclear weapons in Germany, and quickly modernize them. Meanwhile, the U.S. and Nato have not backed down on their plans to install ABM components near Russia's borders.
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+++ 24. Mai 2013 +++
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