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Nuclear weapons

Mick & Debbie Stacey, Ballina

We now have 44 countries that have ratified the UN Treaty to abolish nuclear weapons and make them illegal, Ireland being one of the latest.

For those interested, it is worth reading the comments from the Irish Foreign Affairs Minister, Simon Coveney.

It is also worth considering where our so-called defence budget is spent; like Pine Gap, the satellite base in Alice Springs, which enables drones to target innocent victims in faraway lands that many Australians wouldn’t know existed.

It seems that the federal government has a practice of using people as collateral damage, as in the victims of COVID-19 in nursing homes at the present.


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One response to “Nuclear weapons”

  1. Mick & Debby, I second that. Pine Gap is
    a ‘killing machine’ – has been since day
    one. Defence budget! The USA was in
    need of a platform in a race to take over
    the planet. The UN’s anti Nuke stance is
    far from new & our government does not
    [obviously] agree with that. Ask ICAN.
    We are fodder unless we wake up.

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