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Fear of a nuclear attack on American soil is back – and with good reason – as WND documents conclusively in its newest issue of Whistleblower magazine, titled “RETURN OF THE NUCLEAR THREAT.”
The signs are everywhere:
And that’s just the terror threat. Across the oceans loom other gorgon’s-heads of the nuclear monster – perhaps even more threatening.
Where once the nuclear club was very elite – comprising the U.S., U.S.S.R., China, France and just a few others – today, laments International Atomic Energy Agency chief Mohamed ElBaradei, the number of nations now believed by the IAEA to be able to create nuclear weapons “is estimated at 35 or 40.”
And among the furthest along, unfortunately, are the world’s most notorious terror-sponsor and pariah states – Iran, North Korea, Syria, Saudi Arabia, and Pakistan among them. All of this far-flung reality comes crashing home with stunning precision in “RETURN OF THE NUCLEAR THREAT.”
“There is an air of unreality in many people’s minds when it comes to nuclear weapons,” said WND and Whistleblower Editor Joseph Farah. “After all, a nuclear weapon hasn’t been deployed in war since World War II, when the U.S. dropped atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Add to that the failure so far of coalition forces to find any nuclear weapons in Iraq. Such factors, combined with the inherent difficulty in facing up to a subject so horrific, and you can understand people’s tendency to bury their heads with respect to the looming nuclear threat of 2004.”
This special Whistleblower edition is more than a wake-up call. It’s a crash course in the current, growing – and very real – nuclear threat facing America.
“This issue of Whistleblower will provide a strong dose of reality by presenting the known facts about the nuclear genie, and about the furious quest for the ultimate weapon of mass destruction by the world’s madmen,” said Farah.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Even though the last edition of Whistleblower, titled “KILLER CULTURE,” is dated “December 2003,” this issue, “RETURN OF THE NUCLEAR THREAT,” is dated “February 2004.” There is no issue dated “January 2004.” The purpose of this change in how we date our issues is simply to ensure Whistleblower’s timely delivery. All subscribers will, of course, still receive 12 issues of Whistleblower.
“In a few short years,” warns Farah, “today’s terror-sponsoring nations may not need to send terrorists with backpack nukes to wreak devastation on the West because they will be capable of hitting New York or Los Angeles with warheads mounted on ICBMs.
“The Cold War is long over. It’s a new world with new enemies for America – and they have, or are soon going to have, nuclear weapons. If we’re going to defend America, we need to start by facing up to the return of the nuclear threat.”
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