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2019 is the 50th edition of the #SIPRIYearbook. Join SIPRI as we celebrate the occasion with a 50-day countdown and share the history of the Yearbook over the past 50 years. Watch the introductory video with SIPRI Director @dansmith2020:
The first #SIPRIYearbook was published in 1969 with the aim ‘to produce a factual and balanced account of a controversial subject—the arms race and attempts to stop it’. The rise in world military spending and disarmament efforts, including the #NPT, take central focus.
'In whatever way the nuclear situation is examined, the inescapable feature is what enormous quantities of weapons have been amassed' – Movement towards a first-strike capability by the #US and #USSR, the #SALT talks and European security were a focus of the 1970 #SIPRIYearbook.
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1) Today's #DSMedia narrative is #TheNewGreenDeal, a spin off from a 2012 #UK attempt at pushing #ClimateChange.
Long awaited? The only ones that await this drivel, even if it's not in the bill, is those that would benefit from the #CCX.
To end #GreenHouseGas emitters, one must
2) understand that living things emit CO2 which is among the list of #GHGs created for this narrative hoax. All the while conveniently overlooking #Methane which has been responsible for several global mass extinctions & again is completely natural. One can hope, that after this
3) fail, the faux creator of this #Bill will scurry under a rock. However, we all know that #AllOutCrazy never goes away!
To actually deal with #WeatherManagement, the #FutureWeapons R&D agenda would have to be examined. #GeoEngineering, #NEXRAD, #IonosphericHeaters, & more
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