Russia apparently has executed the most sophisticated and potentially most dangerous cyber-attack in history on the U.S. Government and private sector, penetrating the defenses of even the Cyber and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA)—that is supposed to be the chief guardian against such threats to U.S. critical infrastructures. For at least 9 months, cyber-spies roamed undetected through: the National Nuclear Security Administration (responsible for U.S. nuclear weapons); the Department of Energy and Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (responsible for protecting national electric grids); defense contractors designing the nation’s most advanced weapons; and 18,000 other government and corporate victims. Still unknown is the scale and depth of the damage.
Dec. 7 marks the 79th anniversary of Imperial Japan’s 1941 surprise attack on the U.S. Pacific Fleet in Pearl Harbor, beginning America’s desperate struggle to survive and win World War II. A nuclear “Pearl Harbor” may begin, and end, World War III. Like the U.S. Pacific Fleet at Pearl Harbor in 1941, most U.S. nuclear forces today are “sitting ducks.” Bombers are not nuclear-armed or maintained on strip alert, and most missile submarines (SSBNs) typically are in port.
President Trump will deserve to be remembered as one of the greatest President’s in American history, if he can prove Democrats stole the 2020 elections and he returns to the White House, as he will have saved us from totalitarianism, at least temporarily. But if President Trump fails to prove his case, he will be remembered as one of the worst Presidents in American history, as there will never again be free and fair elections, and the U.S. will become a totalitarian one-party system. On another important matter, for the first time in history, an unmanned air force of “flying killer robots” has defeated a regular army in the Nargono-Karabakh War, signifying a major military-technological revolution with profound national security implications for the United States. On Thanksgiving, regardless of how the disputed elections turn out, as long as America and her people remain alive, there is hope for freedom, which is God-given in the heart of Everyman, and only needs free soil to blossom, as it did for the New England Pilgrims, the Virginia planters, and Maryland Catholics who first settled this free land.
Dr. Pry takes a break from the threat to freedom posed by election fraud to warn that a military revolution is manifest in the Nagorno-Karabakh War, won by Azerbaijan over Armenia on November 10. For the first time in history, an unmanned air force of RPVs and UAVs like the U.S. Predator, prevailed in a war, crushing the Armenian armed forces. Turkey manufactured and supplied the TB-1 RPV that did most of the damage to Armenia. Azerbaijan, ranked 69th among the world’s militaries, demonstrated that even small, unsophisticated powers can use unmanned airpower to achieve decisive victory. Is the U.S. Global Policeman, like the proud knights of Agincourt, riding toward a rendezvous with technological surprise?
Few are aware that September 23 could be the most important date in American history, the anniversary of U.S. suspension of nuclear tests for 28 years, the last U.S. nuclear test conducted on September 23, 1992. Future historians may regard this date as the beginning of the end of American civilization, as Russia, China, and North Korea (and maybe Iran) have been testing nuclear weapons. If President Trump’s plans to modernize the U.S. nuclear deterrent are thwarted by Democrats, the U.S. could lose the New Cold War and even, through our vulnerability, invite a nuclear World War III.
The elections on November 3rd are a crossroads in American and World History. Will the United States—the freest, fairest, most prosperous civilization ever to exist—continue on the course of liberty and prosperity, or will it fall to the totalitarian forces of falsehood and socialism, leading to poverty and tyranny? The choice is that stark. Joe Biden is bought and paid for by Communist China. The Democrat Party wants to eliminate the nuclear Triad that has deterred nuclear war for decades. VOTE TRUMP AND REPUBLICAN FOR FREEDOM AND SURVIVAL.
The Enemy Within Our Nuclear Weapons Laboratories: Pry Report spotlights treasonous activity by Sandia National Laboratory forcing white male employees into “training” that amounts to brainwashing in Critical Race Theory. Critical Race Theory holds that white people are inherently racist, America is institutionally racist, and racism is used for economic exploitation and oppression of peoples of color. Critical Race Theory is the ideology of Black Lives Matters and Antifa, which organizations advocate and practice revolutionary violence against the United States Government and the existing social order. Unfortunately, all three so-called nuclear weapon labs—Lawrence Livermore, Los Alamos, and Sandia—have become highly paid sinecures for Leftist administrators and are now staffed with a new generation who have been brainwashed by universities into an anti-nuclear and anti-American worldview.
President Trump needs to “drain the swamp” at national laboratories responsible for maintaining the safety and reliability of U.S. nuclear weapons -- starting with Sandia National Laboratory.
Christopher Rufo and Tyler Durden (see “Sandia Labs Goes Nuclear On Employee Who Sparked Internal Revolt Over Critical Race Theory”) are among the few journalists who are spotlighting Sandia’s treasonous program to brainwash white male employees that America is inherently racist and evil.
The Congressional EMP Commission estimates that, given U.S. current unpreparedness, within one year of an EMP attack that causes a nationwide blackout... up to 90 percent of the U.S. population could perish from starvation, disease and societal collapse. An EMP attack, therefore, would confer upon Iran an "assured destruction" capability against the United States.
In the 2020 elections, perhaps the most important, and least appreciated, issue: a Biden administration will almost certainly abolish unilaterally America’s 400 land-based intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs).
ICBMs, according to U.S. Strategic Command, are “the bedrock of our strategic posture” but the Minuteman III, a half-century old, needs to be replaced by a new ICBM. The anti-nuclear left has persuaded top Democrats ICBMs are unnecessary.
September 23, 1992 — date of the last U.S. nuclear test — 28 years ago.
Nuclear weapon scientists and strategists are increasingly concerned about the safety and reliability of U.S. nuclear weapons, none tested in nearly three decades, obeying the unratified Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty (CTBT).
CTBT was the bright idea of President Bill Clinton and anti-nuclear ideologues, increasingly dominant in a radicalized Democratic Party that would have the U.S. lead the way toward President Obama’s "world without nuclear weapons" even though Russia, China, North Korea and Iran are not following.
Foreign adversaries planning the next big war now have two examples of the United States being unable to cope with revolutionary violence in the homeland.During the 1960s, the New Left, anti-war, Black liberation and counterculture movements spawned rioting, looting, burning, killing police and 4,000 bombings. Today, Antifa and Black Lives Matter are stoking revolutionary violence — 4,000 bombings haven’t happened yet, but the revolution is just starting.
America as a free and open society is unilaterally vulnerable to disinformation operations designed to persuade U.S. policymakers and the public to swallow "poison pill" arms control proposals that are increasingly outrageous and dangerous.
75 years ago, August 6, 1945, an A-bomb destroyed Hiroshima. Three day later, August 9, 1945, a second A-bomb obliterated Nagasaki. The atomic bombing anniversary has become a time for public debate. Since publication of John Hershey’s Pulitzer prize-winning book “Hiroshima” (1946) the first atomic bombing has become synonymous for both Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Hiroshima has even become a new word in English and other languages for describing any catastrophe, especially catastrophes of great magnitude and inhumanity.
Kelsey Atherton in “Electromagnetic Pulses Are The Last Thing You Need to Worry About in a Nuclear Explosion” (Foreign Policy July 21, 2020) describes my Task Force on National and Homeland Security (a congressional advisory board) as among the culprits exaggerating the threat from EMP, dismissed by Atherton as “one of America’s weirdest strategic obsessions.”
Unfortunately and irresponsibly, Foreign Policy has not published my rebuttal to Atherton’s erroneous article, allowing their readers to be misinformed.
On Aug. 6 and 9, 1945, the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki killed more than 100,000 people and began what might be called the “Age of Nuclear Terror.” Ever since the horror of the bombing of these two Japanese cities, the nightmarish possibility of nuclear annihilation has hung suspended, like a permanent mushroom cloud, haunting the imaginations of every generation of humanity.
President Trump’s U.S. Space Force is constantly under attack, from critics both foreign and domestic, as a giant step toward supposedly violating long-standing international norms and treaties against “militarizing space.” Russia, China, and perpetual domestic critics of U.S. defense programs like the Arms Control Association, Union of Concerned Scientists, and Federation of American Scientists are particularly opposed to U.S. space-based missile defenses.