Skip to comments.Porta-Nukes Waiting in the U.S.?
Posted on 04/10/2002 10:37:14 AM PDT by Jefferson Adams
Run, don't walk (figuratively, that is) to the Steel on Steel website and listen to the latest program, about porta-nukes in the U.S. John feels that all the recent "leaks" in the media concerning things nuclear are pointing directly at us being set up for a nuclear event on U.S. soil. That *is* frequently how "our" government works, by priming us with the controlled media before an event happens.
From the Steel on Steel website -
"Islamic studies scholar Dr. Robert Morey reports on his intel info from the Middle East that indicate one to three porta-nukes are already in the US awaiting for terrorist use at the right moment."
This is very interesting stuff, and at no additional charge (the RealPlayer and MP3 downloads are free, by the way) you'll also get to hear Dr. Morey speak in depth about the Islamic threat in general. He's no lightweight - he holds a masters degree in Islamic studies, and his book "Islamic Invasion," written in the mid-90's, was banned in Canada and destroyed by the original publisher immediately following 9/11, due to its extreme political incorrectness - labeling Islam as the threat that it is.
So go have a listen - you'll be glad you did.
Let's assume they are here and will at some point be detonated. Who'll get the blame on that one?
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There was a Russian colonel that defected to the U.S. (Lunev?) that did an interview on Geoff Metcalfs show on KSFO a few years ago. He claimed that the Russians had cached portable nuclear weapons in the U.S. and several European countries back in the early 70s.
Later on there was an interview in which people were speculating whether Osama could have bought some of them and another ex-Russian said that because Russia was worried about a rogue state getting their hands on one, the Russians had designed them so that a code had to be broadcast from Moscow in order to arm them.
He said that you could buy them all day long but without the code it would be useless. Supposedly they were constructed in such a way that taking them apart would damage certain components that are needed for it to be a nuclear weapon.
Theres really no way to know whether its true or not but it makes a good story.
I'm not a physicist - and I don't play one on TV. But I do understand that the tritium in small nukes will degrade to the point where the bomb is useless in something like 7 years. This was a big problem during the Clinton years, where the DOE shut down the reactors producing the stuff, and didn't make any effort at all to replace them. Meaning, our entire nuclear arsenal was ticking down to non-existence.
Fortunatly, and quietly, Bush has set up several sites to produce the stuff in commercial nuclear reactors.
Anyway, whatever suitcase nukes the Commies produced, they're almost certianly useless by now.
Thank you. Nobody ever talks about the shelf life or maintainence of these bombs. They act like once they are built that they last forever and any idiot can detonate them. Like you, I don't know much about them, but from what I've heard, it takes a little more expertise than the average camel hearder has to maintain them.
I expect that it will. Get your survival kit in order, now.
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I would tend to agree. But the Steel on Steel program talks about a lot more than just the nukes.
And I hope you're (we're) right.
Maybe there is something to that Mayan calender predicting the end on 12/21/2012!