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December 28, 2007


The mass confusion and chaos going on in Pakistan, over the fanatical assassination of a leading political candidate, has produced fears of the Pakistan nuclear weapons arsenal getting into the hands of several Middle East nations and terrorist groups.

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Perhaps I should be worried about it, and of course, it certainly does increase the likelihood, but it really hasn’t pushed my fear button.

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Anyone who actually believes nuclear weapons can be kept out of the hands of rogue nations or terrorist groups in the Middle East, for a very long period of time, is not playing with a full deck.

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That is not to say I believe we should do nothing to promote it happening later than sooner, but it is just a question of time.

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No rogue nation wants to see a nuclear war instituted. We cannot stop them from eventually acquiring them, but nations which possess them have been successful in deterring other nuclear nations from using them, because of the consequences of a full retaliatory nuclear strike in return.

The advantage the countries of the former Soviet Union, China, North Korea, and all the Islamic nations have over the United States, Europe, and Israel, is certainly not nuclear, chemical, or biological weapons launched against us by missiles from land, sea, or air.

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Their advantage is overwhelming in numbers of potential combatants because of their massive populations. They want a conventional war on the ancient land of the pre-Columbus World.

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They don’t want a nuclear war anymore than we do. But they do want arsenals of nuclear weapons to deter us from launching ours, while they have a conventional war on their side of the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans.

“Dirty Bombs”, either smuggled into, or put together in this country by fanatical terrorist groups, such as al Qaeda, are a definite possibility, but such a bomb, compared to a full phase nuclear warhead detonation, is like comparing a popping corn kernel with a twenty ton conventional bomb.

Begin Newsmax Article

Pakistan Nuclear Weapons at Play

By Newsmax Staff

December 27, 2007

The assassination of Pakistan’s opposition leader Benazir Bhutto is creating great concern around the world over the country’s sizeable nuclear arsenal.

Pakistan is the only Muslim nation with nuclear weapons, and the fear is that with the country falling into political disarray following Bhutto’s death, Islamic extremists will seek to take advantage of the situation and get their hands on some of the weapons.

Pakistan reportedly has as many as 30 nuclear weapons.

Bhutto was assassinated Thursday in a suicide attack that also killed at least 20 others at the end of a campaign rally, aides said. Even before her death, tensions were high in Pakistan, with many calling for the ouster of President Pervez Musharraf, who imposed emergency rule on the nation.

In November, Bhutto had said discontent was rising and the country resembled a pressure cooker.

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Pakistan has already been implicated in the spread of nuclear technology.

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Dr. Abdul Qadeer Khan, described as an Islamic extremist and the father of Pakistan�s nuclear program, in 2004 admitted that he had sold nuclear technology to a number of foreign countries, including North Korea and Libya.

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Former FBI consultant Paul L. Williams wrote that year that evidence found in Afghanistan in 2001 indicated a link between Khan and al-Qaida as well.

The U.S. recently admitted that since the attacks of September 11, 2001, it has been helping Pakistan secure its nuclear weapons and the materials used to make them. Pakistan has welcomed this assistance.

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The New York Times reported in November that over the past six years, the Bush administration has spent almost $100 million on a highly classified program to help Musharraf secure his nation’s weapons.

But there is a growing armed insurgency in the areas bordering Afghanistan that has been spreading into Pakistan’s major cities. And with Bhutto’s death, turmoil in Pakistan is bound to increase.

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