Nuclear War

The number of Japanese cities destroyed was the exact figure that the Pentagon compiled when finalizing plans, in mid-September 1945, to eviscerate the Soviet Union. Indeed, 66 Soviet cities were earmarked to be wiped out – with 204 atomic bombs – less than 2 weeks after Japan's surrender.
On 30 August 1945, Major General Lauris Norstad dispatched a document to his superior, General Leslie Groves, outlining a total of 15 “key Soviet cities” to be struck with US atomic weapons.
“Blowing up the Planet” through the use of “peace-making nuclear bombs” is a money making undertaking, a corporate bonanza for the "defense" contractors.
Let us have the courage to proclaim that all nuclear or conventional weapons, everything that is used to make war, must disappear!” Fidel Castro
North and South Korea Propose to Hold Talks. DPRK To Participate in Olympic Games? By Peter Symonds, January 03, 2018
As North and South Korea Reciprocate Offers of Talks, Trump Responds: “I Too Have a Nuclear Button” By Telesur, January 03, 2018
Will a War with North Korea be Our Political Leaders’ Greatest Regret? “Could Escalate into a World War, One Million Deaths in the First Day” By Lisa Fuller, December 28, 2017
Timeline of Trump’s Path to Nuclear War By Walt Gelles, December 26, 2017
Imminent Dangers to Humanity: The Social Psychological Factor “Permitting” Nuclear War and Climate Change By Prof. Marc Pilisuk, December 26, 2017
Nuclear Weapons, an Absolute Evil By John Scales Avery, December 26, 2017
North Korea – UN Security Council’s “Killer Resolution”,15 to 0: Choking a Country into Submission By Peter Koenig, December 25, 2017
North Korea Is Not a Threat to Humanity. The US and Its Allies Are Infinitely More Dangerous. By Mark Taliano, December 22, 2017
Pyongyang Rejects Biological Weapons Rumors, Accuses US of Fabricating Pretext for Attack By RT News, December 21, 2017
Will Washington Attack North Korea? By Stephen Lendman, December 21, 2017
Who to Believe on Washington’s Korea Policy, Tillerson or Trump? By Rep. Ron Paul, December 21, 2017
Washington Threatens to Ignite the Korean Peninsula Tinderbox By Stephen Lendman, December 20, 2017
Preconditions to Conditions: Rex Tillerson on Negotiating with North Korea By Dr. Binoy Kampmark, December 18, 2017
From Hiroshima to Fukushima: Nuclear Weapons and the Dangers of Nuclear Radiation By Eiichiro Ochiai, December 16, 2017
Military Madness: America’s Permanent War Agenda Threatens World Peace, Stability and Security By Stephen Lendman, December 16, 2017
Can Diplomacy Work with North Korea? By Georgy Toloraya, December 16, 2017
Growing Signs that U.S. Is Preparing to Wage War on North Korea. Trump Administration Scotches Suggestion of Talks with Pyongyang By Peter Symonds, December 15, 2017
International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN) – Nobel Lecture By International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons, December 12, 2017
Anti-Nuclear Coalition Accepts Nobel Peace Prize as Calls for Disarmament Grow By Julia Conley, December 11, 2017
UN Envoy Warns North Korea “Miscalculation” Could Trigger War By Stephen Lendman, December 11, 2017
Trump, The “Warrior Leader” and the Grave Danger of Nuclear War By Stephen Lendman, December 11, 2017
Is the United States on the Brink of Nuclear War? By Andre Damon, December 11, 2017
ICAN Statement on Nobel Peace Prize 2017 By International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons, December 11, 2017
VIDEO: The Privatization of Nuclear War, Towards a World War III Scenario: Michel Chossudovsky By James Corbett and Prof Michel Chossudovsky, December 11, 2017
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Further Signs of Looming US War with North Korea By Peter Symonds, December 09, 2017
What Kind of Nuclear Attack Would be “Legal”? By John LaForge, December 09, 2017
Avoiding Nuclear War Is Our First Priority By Dr. Paul Craig Roberts, December 08, 2017
“Towards a World War III Scenario” by Michel Chossudovsky By Global Research, December 07, 2017
Korea: End the 67-Year War By Robert Alvarez, December 05, 2017
Dangerous Crossroads: In Response to US Nuclear Blackmail, North Korea is ‘Begging for Peace’: Expert By Edu Montesanti, December 05, 2017
Remember Pearl Harbor: Provoking Japan, Provoking North Korea By Prof. Graeme McQueen, December 04, 2017
Is North Korea Trump’s Next Target? China and Russia Urge World Community to Unite against US Led War on North Korea By Stephen Lendman, December 04, 2017
Will Trump Launch a Nuclear Holocaust? US Hysteria Blooms in Wake of North Korean Missile Splashdown By William Boardman, December 03, 2017
Video: “Wipe the Soviet Union Off the Map”; Planned US Nuclear Attack Against USSR By Prof Michel Chossudovsky and South Front, December 03, 2017
Trump Administration Escalates Threat to “Utterly Destroy” North Korea By Joseph Kishore, December 01, 2017
US Should Come Clean if It’s Looking for Pretext to Destroy North Korea – Russian FM Lavrov By RT News, November 30, 2017
North Korean ICBM Able to Strike America? How to Avoid a Catastrophic Nuclear War By Stephen Lendman, November 29, 2017
Video: Israel Was Pushing Us to Bomb Iran before Nuclear Deal – John Kerry By South Front, November 29, 2017
Former Joint Chiefs Chairman: Likelihood of Nuclear War Is Rising By Dave Lawler and Mike Mullen, November 29, 2017
Tensions Rise Again as North Korea Tests Missile By Peter Symonds, November 29, 2017
The Nightmare Aftermath of a Nuclear Bomb By Joan Wickersham, November 29, 2017
Fidel Castro: The Danger of Nuclear War. We Have an Obligation to Prevent a War against Korea By Fidel Castro Ruz, November 28, 2017
US-DPRK: The Second Phase of the Nuclear Crisis, or “Who Started What” By Dr. Konstantin Asmolov, November 26, 2017
The Duty to Disobey a Nuclear Launch Order By Prof. Marjorie Cohn, November 26, 2017
US and South Korea Announce Plans for Massive Air Force Exercise Aimed at North Korea By Common Dreams, November 25, 2017
Doomsday Scenarios: The UK’s Hair-Raising Admissions About the Prospect of Nuclear War and Accident By T.J. Coles, November 22, 2017
Trump Designates North Korea as State Sponsor of Terrorism By Peter Symonds, November 21, 2017
Experts Warn It Would Take More Than One US General to Thwart “Illegal” Nuclear Strike Emanating from the White House By Jon Queally, November 20, 2017
Israel’s Ploy: Selling a Syrian Nuke Strike By Gareth Porter, November 19, 2017
Trump and the Nuclear Option: The Fiction of Sanity By Dr. Binoy Kampmark, November 18, 2017
Massive Overkill: The Threat of Nuclear Annihilation By William D. Hartung, November 17, 2017
Prospects for a World Free from Nuclear Weapons and for Integral Disarmament By Mairead Maguire, November 14, 2017
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Trump Begging for Nuclear War on North Korea? The Ravings of a Madman Politician By Stephen Lendman, November 13, 2017
The Korean People: We Are Desperately Afraid By Hye min Kim, November 11, 2017
Trump Threatens China over North Korea and Trade, Bellicose Speech in Beijing By James Cogan, November 10, 2017
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South Korea Should “Brexit” the United States By Jacob G. Hornberger, November 10, 2017
In Seoul, Trump Delivers War Ultimatum to North Korea. Complete, Unconditional Surrender to US Dictates, or Total War By James Cogan, November 09, 2017
Six Things You Should Know About the U.S. Nuclear Weapons Arsenal By Reinvent, November 06, 2017
Trump begins 12-day Visit to Asia to Build War Coalition against North Korea By James Cogan, November 05, 2017
South Koreans to Protest Against ‘War Maniac’ Trump By Julian Ryall, November 03, 2017
Video: The Longest US War: Korea 1950 – 2017 By Ajamu Baraka and WRFG Labor Forum, November 03, 2017
US Has 150 Nuclear Weapons in Five NATO Countries: Turkish Parliament Report By Prof Michel Chossudovsky and Hurriyet Daily News, November 02, 2017
North Korea Nuclear Testing Tunnel Collapse, Fears of Radiation Leaks, Will Trump Resort to “Fire and Fury” Insanity? By Felicity Arbuthnot, November 02, 2017
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North Korea and the Danger of Fake History By 38 North, November 01, 2017
US Masses Ships and Aircraft Outside North Korea By Peter Symonds, November 01, 2017
America’s “Open Door Policy” May Have Led Us to the Brink of Nuclear Annihilation By Joseph Essertier, November 01, 2017
Can We Get Rid of Nuclear Weapons and War Itself? By John Scales Avery, November 01, 2017
How Does South Korea View the US-North Korea Conflict? By Choi Eun-a and Zoom in Korea, October 29, 2017
U.S. Bans Entry of South Korean Activists Opposed to Trump’s War on North Korea By Zoom in Korea, October 29, 2017
Nuclear Disarmament Is Unthinkable Until Trust Is Restored Between Russia and the US By Vladimir Kozin, October 27, 2017
Russia ‘Opposes’ Latest Massive US-Led War Games in Waters Off Korea, Japan By Telesur, October 26, 2017
Japan’s Snap Elections and Prime Minister Abe’s Hawkish Strategy toward North Korea By Tim Beal, October 25, 2017
By Sabotaging the Iran Deal, Donald Trump Certifies US Irrelevance By Federico Pieraccini, October 25, 2017
South Korean Progressive Parties Merge to Complete Candlelight Revolution By Zoom in Korea, October 25, 2017
Draft GOP Bill in US Senate Breaches Iran Nuclear Deal By Stephen Lendman, October 22, 2017
North Korea and the Elimination of Nuclear Weapons By Carla Stea, October 19, 2017
North Korea – As Trump Threatens, the Nation Still Struggles with America’s Lethal Legacy By Felicity Arbuthnot, October 18, 2017
The Iran Dilemma – The Tyrant Has Spoken By Peter Koenig, October 18, 2017
KCNA picture shows a test-firing drill of anti-ship missiles at sea © KCNA / Reuters
The U.S. Pushed North Korea to Build Nukes: Yes or No? By Mike Whitney, October 18, 2017
Rationalism and Nuclear Lunacy By Kim Petersen, October 18, 2017