A precarious White House gambles the future of mankind

The psychological state of the U.S. led by a geriatric senior citizen akin to fictional antagonist Biff Tannen is tired & precarious. A White House in a high-risk gambling mode dares DOJ to throw the Biden family in jail while dragging the U.S. toward a nuclear war as it intimidates and tries to isolate Russia, China, and to some extent India.

“The risk of nuclear war has increased dramatically in the past two years as the United States and Russia have abandoned long-standing nuclear arms control treaties, started to develop new kinds of nuclear weapons and expanded the circumstances in which they might use nuclear weapons,” wrote Princeton University researchers on the “Plan A” nuclear war simulation project website.

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Russia has not capitulated and the 55 nations comprising the war against Russia have no answers except to try and keep the war going.

America’s proxy war in Ukraine against Russia has no legitimate goals and is in a state of stalemate. One side or the other will spark an escalation into nuclear war unless the USA stops refusing to reach a peace agreement.

“One fifth of the Ukraine has deserted Ukraine since 2014 when the USA helped overthrow a democratically elected government and install a USA-chosen puppet. Crimea, Donetsk and Luhansk voluntarily walked away from Ukraine at that time. All three were formerly part of Russia and they returned nearly a decade ago. Forcing those republics to rejoin Ukraine after so much bloodletting since 2014 is not going to happen, they say, collectively. Certainly this cannot be worth fighting a nuclear war over,” suggests Ukrainian nurse Alona Adamovich who is a director of The RINJ Foundation who runs the women’s group’s humanitarian effort in the war zone.

“This war must end. And it can only end on the basis of justice and reason,” African Union Commission Chairman Moussa Faki Mahamat told Russian Federation President Vladimir Putin and African leaders during the second Africa/Russia Summit in St Petersburg, RF.

“The disruptions of energy and grain supplies must end immediately. The grain deal must be extended for the benefit of all the peoples of the world, Africans in particular,” he added somewhat more forcefully than Africa has been in the past.

In the past three years, a globally declining America acted desperately by militarily provoking both China and Russia. Russia took the bait and went to war. The PRC has never gone to war but patience seem thin.

America is Gambling the future of the human race

U.S. Forces already occupy parts of The Philippines, Syria, Yemen, Iraq, Somalia and have bases in nearly 800 other locales as America rolls the dice gambling on humanity’s future. Photo credit Melissa Hemingway/FPMag

American Nuclear weapons are going into mass production

The Plutonium facility at Los Alamos National Laboratory (PF-4) in New Mexico state of the USA is spending billions of U.S. dollars to change from a research center to a mass producer of nuclear bomb cores bigger and more destructive than ever before.

PF-4 will by 2026 manufacture 30 nuclear weapon’s cores (pits) per year, which is many times more than it has made in the past thirty years.

“The National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) is responsible for maintaining a safe, secure, reliable, and effective nuclear weapons stockpile without the use of underground nuclear explosive testing. A key part of these warheads are plutonium “pits,” which are [incredibly destructive] spherical shells of plutonium about the size of a bowling ball. Due to factors including plutonium aging, safety and security advancements, global risk, and weapons modernization, these pits need to be replaced from time to time, but for nearly three decades, the United States has not had the ability to produce them in the quantities required for the nuclear weapons stockpile.

“To meet this requirement, NNSA’s defence programs plan to restore the production of plutonium pits for the Nation’s nuclear deterrent. The infrastructure and critical skills required for pit production and other plutonium capabilities are essential to the Nuclear Security Enterprise. Given the uncertainties regarding plutonium aging and the evolving geopolitical landscape, the United States cannot postpone reestablishing this critical capability. Delaying the restoration of this capability could result in significant cost increases and risks to national security. NNSA and the Department of Defense continue the drive to enhance the safety of our nation’s nuclear weapons,” says the U.S. National Nuclear Security Administration on Plutonium Pit Production

Los Alamos nuclear bomb research laboratories is transforming into a mass producer of plutonium nuclear bomb cores. Photo credit: Los Alamos National Laboratory.Art/Cropping/Enhancement: Rosa Yamamoto / Feminine-Perspective-Magazine.

One estimate suggests that the United States produced over 70,000 nuclear warheads since 1945 according to the Natural Resouces Defence Council and  Wikipedia researchers.

Both China and Russia have coddled North Korea. All three nations are nuclear armed and constantly provoked by the Biden administration. In fact America has driven the world to a multipolar era and sent the U.S. dollar as a global currency into the history books.