Friday, August 2, 2019

US Officially Withdraws From the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty

So the Bully-in-Chief apparently wants to play with intermediate-range nuclear weapons. Sick.

The United States has formally withdrawn from the Intermediate-Range Nuclear ForcesTreaty, according to U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo today.

The withdrawal underscores ongoing military buildups by the United States.

The United States and the Soviet Union signed the INF Treaty in 1987, outlawing intermediate-range (1,000 to 5,000 kilometers, or 621 to 3,100 miles) and short-range (500 to 1,000 kilometers) ground-based missiles.



  1. The more nuclear weapons and the more nuclear technology that a country has, the less is the likelihood of war. Think about it.

    1. Prepare to murder everyone, 10+ times over... for peace? Surely once is more than enough.

    2. So true limelemon, since the US government dropped the bombs on Japan, the US hasn’t been in any more wars.