Mon 22 May, 2006 06:39 am
Turkey is demanding the US to remove its ninety B61 nuclear missiles from Incirlik NATO air base in south-eastern Turkey, when each B61 missile is capable of many times the force of the Hiroshima bomb that killed over 120,000 people.
Yet these B61s might be not the mightiest and deadliest weapon stockpiled in Incirlik. There is something else - 420 M129 leaflet bombs ready to be dropped on countries of Central Asia in the matter of a few weeks. The M129 dispenser is capable of holding app. 60,000 to 80,000 leaflets and allows scattering leaflets over an immense area.
Being dropped, say, on Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan or Kyrgyzia (the countries over which Washington would like to increase its influence), these bombs will in the short run cause civil convulsions and riots - if not massacre - and eventually end in a "voluntary" shift of regime controllable by Washington. Whole nations may get beaten suchwise when America will only have to wait and channel developments in the target country. This is a really powerful weapon! So why is Turkish government worried about some nuclear missiles? There is really something hundred times more worrisome. The coming simultaneous cataclysms in Central Asia endanger the world much more than the usage of nuclear weapons.
Re: Turkey is demanding the US to remove its ninety B61 nucl
Turkey is demanding the US to remove its ninety B61 nuclear missiles from Incirlik NATO air base in south-eastern Turkey,
(Actually, they are bombs, not missiles.)