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India’s nuclear weaponry in the skies

The most likely candidates to unleash an atomic holocaust are rivals India and Pakistan, who share a border, a legacy of war, and a tendency to test nuclear weapons.

Neither country is a signatory to the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT),

India’s Nuclear Weapons Take to the Skies, TakePart –  Adam Trunell 15 Sept 10, With most of the Armageddon-fearing planet apparently losing its taste for nuclear weapons, India’s upped its investment in the end of civilization with the planned purchase of 40 nuclear-capable fighter jets.

The official administrator of India’s nuclear arsenal, Strategic Forces Command (SFC), has requested two squadrons of modern aerial assets, with room on the wings for the world’s most dangerous weapon.

The response to the news was positive from hawks in India’s parliament and from cockroaches worldwide looking to rule the planet after man’s wholesale destruction…..

The most likely candidates to unleash an atomic holocaust are rivals India and Pakistan, who share a border, a legacy of war, and a tendency to test nuclear weapons.

Neither country is a signatory to the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT), so both are free to expand their nuclear programs beyond the burden of international law. Curbing both nations’ nuclear ambitions tops most non-proliferationists’ to-do list.

India’s Nuclear Weapons Take to the Skies | TakePart – Inspiration to Action

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