Dr. Pry pays tribute to anti-nuclear activist Bruce Blair who passed away this week. Pry and Blair agreed that someday nuclear deterrence would fail catastrophically, killing millions, but disagreed on Blair’s naïve “ban the bomb” solution because Russia, China, North Korea, and Iran always cheat on treaties. The 75th anniversary of the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki will be on August 6th and 9th, so it is time to reflect on the long-term wisdom of nuclear deterrence. We need to escape the “nuclear deterrence trap” by deploying space-based missile defenses, which will make nuclear weapons technologically obsolete.
Dr. Pry recommends for educational and beach reading R.W. Peake’s book series “Marching With Caesar” that is an entertaining way of learning about the fall of the Roman Republic and its transition into an authoritarian Imperial system. America’s Founding Fathers carefully studied this period of history, trying in our Constitution and system of “checks and balances” to devise a republican form of government that might endure. President Trump is unwise to pursue arms control treaties with Russia and China, as both nations have a record of violating treaties and international agreements to gain advantages over the United States. Arms control always constrains only the United States, not our potential enemies.
Topic: Dr. Pry talks about Russia, China, North Korea, Iran and BLM, Antifa and the media that supports the Marxist revolution now underway. Topic: Why are the republicans so lame in their slow reaction to the Marxist revolution now occurring in America?
Dr. Pry discusses his latest report “China: EMP Threat” which has been re-published and reported worldwide, and become the target of a disinformation campaign from Russia and China. The possibility of an EMP attack by China against U.S. aircraft carriers and the U.S. homeland, and why this is a particularly dangerous moment in history. Signs of U.S. diminishing credibility among our allies in the Pacific. Mysterious explosions in Iran at two major sites associated with their nuclear and missile programs—efforts by the U.S. or Israel to slow-down the Islamic Bomb?
Dr. Pry applauds President Trump’s defense of U.S. history and clarion call for all Americans to fight back against the totalitarian communists, fascists, and racists of Black Lives Matters and Antifa who are trying to erase America. Confederate statues should be preserved and honored as General Robert E. Lee, General Stonewall Jackson, and the southern soldiers who fought in the Civil War are also great American heroes whose courage and valor we should be proud to emulate in defense of our families, communities, and the Constitution. Republicans need to grow a backbone and fight back against the Left. We need to go to war to reclaim our universities and public schools from the Left by using the RICO Statute to arrest professors and teachers, and fine and penalize universities and schools, that are teaching a Marxist worldview and preaching overthrow of the United States.
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.
Many China experts in government and academia, and anti-nuclear activists such as the Union of Concerned Scientists and the Federation of American Scientists, appear not to be worried by China’s rapidly growing nuclear capabilities, because Beijing’s official policy promises that China will not be the first to employ nuclear weapons in a conflict. Beijing promises that its nuclear forces are for deterrence and retaliation only, not for aggression.
As noted in a May 14, 1996, People’s Liberation Army newspaper about a surprise attack on U.S. critical information systems: “When a country grows increasingly powerful economically and technologically … it will become increasingly dependent on modern information systems. … The United States is more vulnerable to attacks than any other country in the world.”