Friday, September 25, 2009

A nuclear-free world?

"With President Barack Obama in the chair at an unprecedented meeting of the U.N. Security Council, major world powers on Thursday endorsed his goal of a nuclear weapons-free world and pledged to strengthen the shaky international system for preventing the spread of nuclear arms. The Security Council unanimously passed a U.S.-drafted resolution that endorses the eventual goal of "a world without nuclear weapons." . . . While it isn't clear how fast this will come about . . ."

"While it isn't clear how fast this will come about"?

Yes it is. Never. We can't un-invent nuclear weapons.

It's a waste of time to talk about and plan for a "nuclear-free world". It sounds good, but it's a waste of time.

The goal should be to keep nuclear weapons out of the hands of rogue states and terrorist groups . . . which we are not doing.

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