Russia Nuked Itself Again

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    Little Vlad wanted a submarine torpedo that would travel so far and deep it could hit any American ship anywhere...It would have it's own tiny nuclear reactor to power it. But something went haywire and BOOM! So the Russian people in the area are slamming potassium idodide and hoping their hair doesn't start falling out or the sky opening up with black rain. Good job Vlad...ya little turd. :doubt:

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    Russia nuclear monitoring sites lost contact after mystery blast: report
     
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    Link?
     
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    You calling me a liar?
     
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    Link is there! See red line. Takes you to Fox News.
     
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    So the INF treaty was working?
     
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    They were testing a torpedo in the air
     
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    No, they just had something go wrong this time so the world heard about it.
     
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    Funny how that happens...

    We've been hearing 2 years worth of insipid shit that didn't happen regarding the ruskies, you'd think that we would have heard about their undermining a treaty.

    If only we had some journalists...


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    Sounds like they are following the Paris accord. Not bad enough they aren't cutting emissions now they are adding nuclear emissions to the carbon emissions.
     
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    Yeah, from the State dept-

    May 2013

    Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs Donilon and Deputy Secretary of State Burns meeting with Russian Security Council Secretary Patrushev. The United States first raises INF concerns with Russian officials. Russia subsequently denies any noncompliant activities.

    May 2013

    Under Secretary of State for Arms Control and International Security Gottemoeller raises U.S. concerns with Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Ryabkov.

    June 25, 2013

    Russian Ambassador Kislyak provides initial Russian response denying noncompliant activities and reaffirms Russia’s commitment to the INF Treaty.

    November 16, 2013

    DFM Ryabkov provides final Russian response denying noncompliant activities and reaffirms Russia’s commitment to the INF Treaty.

    January 2014

    U/S Gottemoeller meeting with NATO Arms Control, Disarmament, and Non-Proliferation Committee.

    July 31, 2014

    U.S. releases 2014 Compliance Report, finding Russia in violation of the INF Treaty. This marks the first public announcement of the U.S. determination regarding Russia’s violation. Shortly after the report’s release, Secretary of Defense Hagel and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs Dempsey discuss the Russian violation with their Russian counterparts.

    September 5, 2014

    Wales NATO Summit Communique states: “…Allies call on Russia to preserve the viability of the INF Treaty through ensuring full and verifiable compliance.”

    September 11, 2014

    Per U.S. initiative, bilateral experts meeting takes place. Russia denies the existence of the missile.

    February 2015

    Secretary of Defense Hagel discusses Russian INF Treaty violations at the NATO Nuclear Planning Group.

    April 20, 2015

    Per U.S. initiative, second bilateral experts meeting takes place. Russia denies the existence of the missile.

    May 12, 2015

    Secretary Kerry raises the issue with President Putin.

    June 5, 2015

    2015 Arms Control Compliance Report affirms Russia’s continuing violation of the INF Treaty
     

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