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Thermonuclear is That Clear! The Truth Behind the Grenada Invasion During the Second Soviet Missile Crisis in 1983

Friday, August 11, 2017 14:32
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By John Spring

THERMONUCLEAR is the term that should be used to describe NUCLEAR WARHEADS in North Korea. It should have also been used during the Cuban Missile Crisis in 1962 as well as during the Second Missile Crisis in 1983. The reason is because these HYDROGEN BOMBS are actually THERMONUCLEAR WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION. This is the main reason that has motivated me to become vigilant as a private citizen because most Americans do not realize that nearly all of the NUCLEAR WEAPONS deployed by the former Soviet Union and Russia as well as China and, now, North Korea are THERMONUCLEAR WARHEADS that can provide the same amount of destruction as HYDROGEN BOMBS.

The Washington Post published an article recently by Benjamin R. Young titled “The Reagan-era invasion that drove North Korea to develop nuclear weapons: How we got to warnings about ‘fire and fury.’” According to Young, “In October 1983, the United States invaded Grenada. The Kim family regime that controls North Korea saw this invasion of a small Caribbean nation that was thousands of miles away as an early warning sign. If the United States could perceive even a small spice island as a threat, it might eventually train its sights on North Korea.” But it was also the socialist government led by Maurice Bishop where North Korea had provided weapons to the Grenadian military forces who were being trained by North Korean soldiers deployed to Grenada in 1979 that had motivated the regime at Pyongyang to develop Missile and Nuclear programs.

Operation Urgent Fury, as the invasion was called, was not just for rescuing the 600 American medical students in Grenada after a military coup took place before the invasion, but, rather, due to that island’s primary geopolitical role by extending the runway at Point Salines International Airport to 9,000 feet to accommodate the Antonov An-124 Ruslan: Condor, the largest military transport in the world deployed by the Soviet Union during the Second Soviet Missile Crisis to carry an integrated launch site, missiles and nuclear warheads to Nicaragua to strike the U.S..

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