First-ever treaty to ban nuclear weapons enters into force


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Understandable. Countries with hundreds of $millions in a type of weapon aren't going to give them up.

United States, Russia, Britain, China, France, India, Pakistan, North Korea should all be pressured to verify-ably reduce their nuke counts ... say 50% over the next 10 yrs.

Trust, but verify. has a graphic for estimated weapon counts.

Britain and the US are planning to replace some naval weapon systems in the next 20 yrs.

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The world does not need weapons that can exterminate millions and poison the earth for years to come!

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Let there be praise for someone who wants to extend the agreement of nuclear deal.

Let there be greater praise and respect for people who sincerely implement whatever deal reached..

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They should learn to stop worrying and start loving the nuclear bomb.

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Don't take it seriously! Some paranoid people jumped out again!

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