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Re: Delusion, hope or a lie?
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Sanctuary wrote:
Howburn Digger wrote:


The Vicar's daughter Theresa May has also stated that a first strike with Nuclear Weapons is legitimate and that she would press the button.


Hi HD...

With regard to Mrs May pressing the button only...

If a warring country said they were going to launch nuclear missiles at our country at midday today, would you expect her to just sit back and wait until they had obliterated every nuclear power station in the UK which could lead to our total destruction?

Is that what you would do as a world leader or is that not a perfectly legitimate reason for firing first?


I would expect proper International Diplomacy to be used. It has been abandoned by the Neocon US war machine who have been busily starting wars, using proxy armies and destabilising countries to steal assetts. We have been willingly dragged into this mire by all from Blair onwards.

I do not support a warmonger who threatens first strike (and it can only mean against Russia or China) when no-one has been threatening the UK. Let's be clear - our nuclear weapons are not "Britain's"(though we pay for them through our taxes)... we are a BIG aircraft carrier set up to absorb a strike. And all we are is a target, a target which Theresa May is suggesting will strike first. And a first strike means no warning. And that means that any pretence of International Diplomacy (which Britain used to be pretty good at) has been abandoned without even trying.

Beware of other nations who sell us the weapons, load the weapons, point them at other nations and drag us into phony wars and poke us to the front of the line and say "You first".


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Posted by Howburn Digger
2nd May 2017ce
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