On January 22, 2021, the UN Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons (TPNW) entered into force.
Supported by scores of world community nations, nuclear armed ones are not among them.
A statement by Russia, China, Britain, France and hegemon USA said the following on October 29, 2018:
“We will not support, sign or ratify this Treaty.”
“The TPNW will not be binding on our countries, and we do not accept any claim that it contributes to the development of customary international law.”
“Nor does it set any new standards or norms.”
“We call on all countries that are considering supporting the TPNW to reflect seriously on its implications for international peace and security.”
The above nations claim that the best way to “achieve a world without nuclear weapons is through a gradual process that takes into account the international security environment.”
“This proven approach to nuclear disarmament has produced tangible results, including deep reductions in the global stockpiles of nuclear weapons.”
These countries also claim that the TPNW is contrary to the 1970 Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (NPT).
Calling for prevention of the spread of nuclear weapons and technology, it promotes peaceful use of nuclear energy, along with furthering the goal of nuclear and general disarmament.
Russia and China genuinely support efforts “to advance nuclear disarmament and objectives.”
Hegemon USA is the only nation ever to use these weapons — in August 1945, months after Japan was defeated, sought to surrender, but was turned down by Franklin Roosevelt before his death and the Truman regime.
In his 1991 book, titled “The Samson Option: Israel’s Nuclear Arsenal and America Foreign Policy,” Seymour Hersh discussed the Jewish state’s intention to use these weapons if believed its security was greatly jeopardized.
In his 1997 book, titled “Open Secrets: Israeli Nuclear and Foreign Policies,” Israel Shahak explained that — aided by the Israeli Lobby and Christian Zionists, “Israel (is) clearly prepar(ing) itself to seek overtly a hegemony over the entire Middle East (with no) hesitati(on) to use for the purpose all means available, including nuclear ones.”
Hebrew University Professor of Military History, Martin Van Creveld, once said the following:
The Jewish state “ha(s) the capability to take the world down with us.”
“And I can assure you (it) will happen before Israel goes under.”
It’s had nukes for decades and long-range delivery systems because hegemon USA helped the Jewish state develop them — knowing the risks, ignoring them.
The TPNW calls for the following prohibitions:
That signatory nations vow “never under any circumstances to develop, test, produce, manufacture, otherwise acquire, possess or stockpile nuclear weapons or other nuclear explosive devices.
Transfer to any recipient whatsoever nuclear weapons or other nuclear explosive devices or control over such weapons or explosive devices directly or indirectly.
Receive the transfer of or control over nuclear weapons or other nuclear explosive devices directly or indirectly.
Use or threaten to use nuclear weapons or other nuclear explosive devices.
Assist, encourage or induce, in any way, anyone to engage in any activity prohibited to a State Party under this Treaty.
Seek or receive any assistance, in any way, from anyone to engage in any activity prohibited to a State Party under this Treaty.
Allow any stationing, installation or deployment of any nuclear weapons or other nuclear explosive devices in its territory or at any place under its jurisdiction or control.”
As long as these WMDs exist, the risk of them being used by one or more nations against others is ominously high.
If thermonukes are used in enough numbers, planet earth may no longer be able to sustain life.
The only solution is abolition and elimination of these weapons once and for all.
Interviewed by Al Jazeera to be broadcast at a later date, Russian Security Council Deputy Chairman, Dmitry Medvedev, said the following:
Despite no one wanting nuclear war because of the risk of armageddon if launched, “when people say that something is impossible, because it is never possible, they are always wrong.”
Nuclear weapons were already used twice “by none other than the” empire of lies.
Russia’s nuclear doctrine is clear and unequivocal.
If “the very existence of the state” is jeopardized, its leadership will use whatever weapons it has at its disposal to counter the risk.
“Nobody should forget about this,” Medvedev stressed.
At the same time, Russia is ready to engage diplomatically with other nations on all issues.
But only with “respectful (dialogue) that takes into account our sovereignty, our concerns, and is aimed at creating indivisible security.”
Not in the interests of individual countries at the expense of others.
US/Western regimes operate by worlds apart standards — seeking dominance over other nations by brute force if lesser tactics fail to achieve their diabolical aims.
Despite not launching war on another nation while in office, Trump recklessly threatened nonbelligerent North Korea with “fire and fury like the world has never seen.”
Dominant Biden regime hardliners are waging unparalleled sanctions and proxy hot war on Russia — what risks crossing the line to direct East/West confrontation by pushing things too far.
The risk is too ominously high to ignore.
It makes the unthinkable possible because of hegemon USA’s megalomaniacal rage to rule the world unchallenged by whatever it takes to achieve its aims.
The only nation ever to use nukes against another may go this far again if its ruling class believes it’s strategically to its advantage so go for it.
Cold War mutually assured destruction (MAD) kept these weapons from being used.
Soviet Russia never intended to use them preemptively. Nor does the Russian Federation.
According to the International Campaign To Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN), their use may be just “a temper tantrum away” — notably by the empire of lies, Britain, France and/or apartheid Israel.
It’s always breath-holding time because of their rage to dominate other nations by perpetual war-making against invented enemies free from their control.
Faced with defeat by Russian military and tactical superiority in Ukraine, will the empire of lies resort to use of tactical nukes to try turning things around?
Using them once before against a defeated adversary suggests that it may go this way again against invented enemy Russia.
Humanity trembles at the prospect.