WTF? Obama Accuses Putin Of Violating Nuclear Treaty, Isreali Death Cult & More [KevBakerShow]
- uploaded: Jul 29, 2014
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United States President Barack Obama has formally accused his Russian counterpart of violating a 1987 nuclear weapons treaty, the White House said on Tuesday.
Pres. Obama wrote Russia’s Vladimir Putin, White House press secretary John Earnest said during a routine briefing Tuesday afternoon, informing him that the US has determined that Russia has violated the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty, a pact signed by Presidents Ronald Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev nearly 30 years ago.
Hours earlier on Monday evening, the New York Times reported that the Obama administration would accuse Russia of violating the agreement upon completion of a Department of State annual report on international compliance with arms control agreements.
“The United States has determined that the Russian Federation is in violation of its obligations under the INF treaty not to possess, produce or flight test a ground-launched cruise missile with a range capability of 500 kilometers to 5,500 kilometers or to possess or produce launchers of such missiles,” the Times said the report would read.
On Tuesday, press secretary Earnest confirmed that report and said Pres. Obama had written Putin to notify him of the allegations.
Then, there is now footage of Israeli's chanting about there being no school in Gaza tomorrow, because all the children are dead. This is highly disturbing and gives an insight into the brainwashing that has taken place, and the fact that there will be no end to the hatred or bloodshed anytime soon.
China are accused of hacking into computers around the world to access the data they would need to hack into the Israeli Iron Dome Missile Shield - but im calling shenanigans! If the Chinese really wanted to hack the dome they would just access it via the backdoors they undoubtably left on the chip they built for the system!
All this and some of my thought of the day
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