You’ve been kept your mouth tight shut about the Jewish State’s nukes. You’ve been loudmouthed on North Korea nuke-tests. You’ve been lying about Iran  non-nuke-programs. And now You’ve been cheering  on the Yankee new nukes.

Oh yeah, you might argue that there is a moral difference between the so called rouge state and the so-called “democratic state”. You are correct! Let’s see which one is which.

Has North Korea attacked, bombed,  or occupied any other countries? Has Iran attacked or bombed or occupied any?

The Jewish State has aggressively attacked Lebanon, Syria, occupied and committed genocide against Palestinians for 60 plus years. The terrorist state of America has bombed, occupied many countries causing millions of civilian death and still counting. The terrorist state of America has direct interfered into other countries’ internal affairs and installed its brutal dictators  causing  injustices and suffering upon millions of people around the world.

You’ve been outraged on the death  of  some “beautiful Syrian babies”. Where were you when 500,000 Iraqi babies died by the work of your nations, your people? Yes, I heard you said that “it was worth it”.

What kind of “righteous people” are you? What kind of  peace loving creatures are you? Have you decency? I wonder if you actually have a brain at all, much less a heart of a normal human being!  Westerners! You’re fucking cowards and hypocrites. Despicable! You are simply despicable!

United States bombings of other countries – William Blum

Overthrowing other people’s governments: The Master List

U.S. Interventions – 1945 to the Present William Blum

PQC

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US successfully tests new nuclear gravity bomb

US successfully tests new nuclear gravity bomb
As the world’s attention was on the first combat use of the conventional “Mother Of All Bombs,” the US National Nuclear Security Administration announced the successful field test of the modernized gravity nuclear bomb in Nevada.

The NNSA and the US Air Force completed the first qualification flight test of the B61-12 gravity nuclear bomb on March 14 at the Tonopah Test Range in Nevada, the agency announced on Thursday.

The test was intended to evaluate the weapon’s “non-nuclear functions” and the capability of the F-16 fighter to successfully deploy the bomb. An F-16 fighter from Nellis Air Force Base dropped the “non-nuclear test assembly,” the NNSA said in a statement.

“The successful test provides critical qualification data to validate that the baseline design meets military requirements,” said Brigadier General Michael Lutton, NNSA’s principal assistant deputy administrator for military application. The NNSA is part of the Department of Energy, which is charged with managing US nuclear weapons.

The B61-12 is a modernized version of the B61 gravity bomb, the mainstay of the Air Force’s nuclear arsenal and one of the legs of the so-called nuclear triad, along with the intercontinental ballistic missiles deployed from either ground-based silos or oceangoing submarines.

President Donald Trump has endorsed an ambitious – and expensive – plan to modernize the US nuclear triad, begun under his predecessor. The B61-12 is intended to consolidate and replace all the B61 variants currently in service.

Three successful development flight tests of the B61-12 were conducted in 2015. The March test was the first in a series scheduled to span the next three years, with the final design review due in September 2018 and the first production unit scheduled for completion by March 2020.

“In order to placate his critics, in the media and in politics, Trump has given a blank check to his generals. So they are having a grand time right now, and they are testing all the weapons they’ve been wanting to test, but not been able to,” said Brian Becker, director of the anti-war ANSWER coalition, to RT.

On Thursday, the US attracted the world’s attention by dropping a GBU-43/B Massive Ordnance Air Blast Bomb (MOAB), also known as “Mother Of All Bombs,” on Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) positions in eastern Afghanistan’s Nangarhar province. It was the first combat use of the weapon, the largest conventional bomb in the US arsenal.

US tests gravity nuclear bomb in Nevada

Published: April 15, 2017
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While the world’s attention on Friday was still gripped by the first operational use of the ‘Mother of All Bombs’ in Afghanistan a day earlier, the United States announced the successful field test of a modernised  gravity nuclear bomb in Nevada.

“The Department of Energy’s (DoE) National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) and the US Air Force completed the first qualification flight test of the B61-12 gravity bomb on March 14 [Friday] at the Tonopah Test Range in Nevada,” read a statement issued by NNSA.

The test was intended to evaluate the weapon’s ‘non-nuclear functions’ and the capability of the F-16 fighter to successfully deploy the bomb. “An F-16 fighter from Nellis Air Force Base dropped the “non-nuclear test assembly,” the NNSA statement said.

“The successful test provides critical qualification data to validate that the baseline design meets military requirements,” said Brigadier General Michael Lutton, NNSA’s principal assistant deputy administrator for military applications.

US drops ‘Mother of All Bombs’ on Da’ish hideouts in Afghanistan

“The test is the first of a series that will be conducted over the next three years to qualify the B61-12 for service,” the NNSA statement said.  Three successful development flight tests were conducted in 2015.

It added that the B61-12 consolidates and replaces four B61 bomb variants in the US nuclear arsenal. The first production unit is scheduled to be completed by March 2020.

The B61 is a series of tactical nuclear bombs designed to be delivered by aircraft capable of supersonic flight. All variants, including the one tested on Friday, are gravity bombs which means they are not equipped with any kind of guidance system and simply follow a ballistic trajectory once released by an aircraft.

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