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Show #40
Marshall Masters
06-September-2005 [1:40:15]

Is Tehran the Next Nagasaki? — WWII Vets Wayne Green and Robert Reiland, and Physicist Jacco van der Worp

Is Tehran the Next Nagasaki?Now that Katrina has struck, no American alive can say, "I simply cannot imagine the total destruction of a major American city."  It has happened!  Likewise, the radical Islamist mullahs of Iran can do the same. The spent fuel from their Bushehr reactor offers a perfect WMD dirty bomb for someone like Al-Qaeda.

Before Katrina's deadly hurricane-force winds churned across the Gulf of Mexico, WMD threat watchers were intently focused on Iran's clandestine nuclear program.  Like Katrina, Iran's threat to the USA will eventually be borne upon the wind, and it will come in the form of an anonymous dirty bomb.  Delivered by Islamist terrorists supplied by Iran, a simple bomb made of conventional explosives and spent Nuclear fuel will certainly bring death and horror to all Americans within reach — men, women and children alike.  As with 9-11, there will be no mercy. 

Woven together around the cinema classic, Dr. Strangelove or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb (1964), this program hopes to refocus public attention on this ominous threat, posed by terror-exporting Mullahs in Iran, and whose ongoing deadly intents have certainly benefited by the distraction of Katrina.

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To put the threat in context, Marshall takes us back to 1945 and the first use of nuclear weapons against Hiroshima and Nagasaki through the first-hand accounts of WWII veterans Wayne Green and Robert Reiland.  Then, Dutch Physicist Jacco van der Worp  weighs in on the truly frightening aspects of this Iranian threat and reveals facts our corporate media routinely sidestep.  Following that, Wayne, Bob and Marshall will grabble the core question of this looming dilemma.  It is better to live with doubts, or to die without them?

Washington Post, September 11, 2005
Pentagon Revises Nuclear Strike Plan

Strategy Includes Preemptive Use Against Banned Weapons

The Pentagon has drafted a revised doctrine for the use of nuclear weapons that envisions commanders requesting presidential approval to use them to preempt an attack by a nation or a terrorist group using weapons of mass destruction. The draft also includes the option of using nuclear arms to destroy known enemy stockpiles of nuclear, biological or chemical weapons.

A "summary of changes" included in the draft identifies differences from the 1995 doctrine, and says the new document "revises the discussion of nuclear weapons use across the range of military operations."

The first example for potential nuclear weapon use listed in the draft is against an enemy that is using "or intending to use WMD" against U.S. or allied, multinational military forces or civilian populations.

Another scenario for a possible nuclear preemptive strike is in case of an "imminent attack from adversary biological weapons that only effects from nuclear weapons can safely destroy."

The draft document also envisions the use of atomic weapons for "attacks on adversary installations including WMD, deep, hardened bunkers containing chemical or biological weapons."