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Nuke Miniaturization Threat Emerges Conveniently as Pentagon Seeks $1 Trillion

from The Daily Bell:

The Homeland Security Department is trying to ramp up wearable devices that can detect nuclear radiation …  DHS has made a handful of awards for well-developed prototypes, of wearable products from companies including Leidos and Physical Sciences, Inc., according to a recent FBO posting.  Last year, DHS made a broad agency announcement soliciting proposals for so-called Wearable Intelligent Nuclear Detection, or WIND, technology.-NextGov

DHS has been attempting to secure wearable nuclear detection devices and this is the next wave of atomic propaganda. We are supposed to be frightened by the continued miniaturization of nuclear weapons abroad.

Conveniently, this new threat is emerging in North Korea just as the military-industrial complex is seeking a $1 trillion nuclear arms upgrade:

Here from Bloomberg in 2015:

North Korea has deployed its new road-mobile KN-08 intercontinental ballistic missile and is capable of mounting a miniaturized nuclear warhead on it, the U.S.’s top homeland security commander said.

“Our assessment is that they have the ability to put a nuclear weapon on a KN-08 and shoot it at the homeland,” Admiral William Gortney, the head of the U.S. Northern Command, told reporters Tuesday at the Pentagon. “We have not seen them do that” and “we haven’t seen them test the KN-08.”

He said “yes sir” when asked if the U.S. thinks North Korea has succeeded in the complicated task of miniaturizing a warhead for use on such a missile. North Korea has conducted three nuclear tests since 2006.

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1 comment to Nuke Miniaturization Threat Emerges Conveniently as Pentagon Seeks $1 Trillion

  • Ed_B

    If the Bentagon needs an extra trillion or two, maybe they should search more carefully for the $6.5T they say that they can’t find. If you had an idiot friend who kept losing money, would you loan them some of yours? Ah, hell no!

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