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TODAY. Media determined to ignore the intrinsic connection between “new small nuclear reactors” and nuclear weapons

Yah gotta wonder – are the journalists aware that the sole true purpose of “new generation” nuclear reactors is to feed the nuclear weapons industry? Or are they just stupid? I am charitably going for the latter explanation.

With all the hubbub about Putin suspending Russia’s participation in the START nuclear weapons treaty, both the USA and Russia are now enthused to beef up their omnicidal nuclear weapons.

But – oh dear! The huge cost of this! And the dumb public who don’t really like nuclear weapons! What to do?

Well the traditional method is the way to go – brainwash the public with a distraction that will keep attention away from this omnicidal weapons development – new nuclear for climate action.

Especially small nuclear reactors.

The logic is simple – and goes like this:

Big nuclear reactors are expensive, create toxic wastes, are weapons proliferation risks, and their fuel cycle emits carbon and radioactive isotopes.

Small nuclear reactors are “new” and different from big. Therefore they must be cheap, safe, clean. Stands to reason, doesn’t it?

You might not believe me – that the purpose of small nuclear reactors is to keep the nuclear weapons industry going , but Rolls Royce and other nuclear experts know this – and are proud of it:

the “reliable provision of Russia’s defense capability is the main priority of the nuclear industry” – Rosatom

a host of other defense policy discussions are very clear that the UK nuclear ‘submarine industrial base’ would not be sustainable, if a decision were taken to discontinue civil nuclear power…statements from UK submarine industry sources note incentives to “mask” the costs of this military programme behind the related civilian industrial infrastructure…

a programme of submarine-derived small modular reactors should be adopted in UK energy policy in order to “relieve the Ministry of the burden of developing and retaining skills and capability” on the military side. – Rolls Royce

But – you tap “nuclear” into Google News – and up will come a stream of articles from respectable corporate journalists – all about the wonders of small nuclear reactors – not a peep out of them about the weapons connection.


February 24, 2023 - Posted by | Christina's notes


  1. Nuclear power is too expensive, too expensive and totally unnecessary for our energy needs. Go to or to http”// for the plans and the technology on how to meet our energy needs now.

    Comment by paulrodenlearning | February 25, 2023 | Reply

  2. Billionaires, like gates love these things. Smrs. They gat subsidies by the government’, for these death machines. While everyone starves and gets irradiated. Money, money, death. Win, win, lose; for them . Lose, lose, lose; for everyone and everything else. Musk loves em. So evil. The waste. The danger. The contamination. The cost in money and lives

    Comment by Xandra | February 25, 2023 | Reply

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