Former US Defense Secretary Warns of “Possible Nuclear War with Russia”

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Global Research, December 04, 2015
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William Perry served as Clinton’s defense secretary from 1994 – 1997, is currently the Nuclear Risk Reduction and Preventive Defense Project co-director.

In an interview with Sputnik News, Perry warned about reckless US policy.  Perry agrees in remarks delivered before a defense writers group, warning of a potentially disastrous new nuclear arms race, saying:

“We’re now at the precipice, maybe I should say the brink, of a new nuclear arms race. This arms race will be at least as expensive as the arms race we had during the Cold War, which is a lot of money.”

Washington intends spending $1 trillion over the next 30 years, upgrading its nuclear arsenal along with increasing US-led provocative actions near Russia’s borders – risking direct confrontation.

Nuclear war by design or accident is a risk too great to take. Perry said he “probably…would not have” highlighted the threat

“10 years ago – but today, we now face the kind of dangers of a nuclear event like we had during the Cold War, an accidental war. I see an imperative to stop this damn nuclear arms race from accelerating again.”

He stopped short of explaining it’s fuelled by Washington’s longstanding rage for regime change in Russia, as well as all other independent states.

Stephen Lendman lives in Chicago. He can be reached at lendmanstephen@sbcglobal.net

His new book as editor and contributor is titled “Flashpoint in Ukraine: US Drive for Hegemony Risks WW III.”

http://www.claritypress.com/LendmanIII.html

Visit his blog site at sjlendman.blogspot.com. 

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ISIS, Paris Attacks, NATO, Syria–Sheikh Imran Hosein Says Nuclear War Probable in a Year or Less

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The footage in the video above was taken from a lecture Hosein delivered in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on October 24, 2015, the original video for which was uploaded two days later on October 26.  At the time Russia was slightly over three weeks into its air campaign in Syria. In the lecture, as you will see, Hosein predicted that NATO would “up the ante” and “escalate the conflict” in response to the Russian airstrikes. He was correct in this prognosis. On October 31 we saw the downing of the Russian commercial passenger jet over Egypt’s Sinai, followed by the terror attacks in Beirut and Paris on November 12 and 13 respectively.

In the video below, posted just three days ago, Hosein provides commentary on the attacks in Paris and he offers the prediction that nuclear war will break out in a year or less. The video consists of slides only, each containing a written comment, and the slide show is extremely slow moving. You’ll be through reading the captions well before the slide advances, but be patient.

 

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Six killed in  a Jerusalem synagogue

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