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Thursday, July 21, 2016

Nuclear Strike: Theresa May UK Prime Minister


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Theresa May Says "Yes," She's Prepared to Kill Hundreds of Thousands in Nuke Attack

The UK Parliament on Monday voted to renew Trident, Britain's aging nuclear weapons system.

The U.K. House of Commons on Monday voted to renew the Trident nuclear weapons system, 472-117.
As the BBC explains, "the MPs' vote approves the manufacture of four replacement submarines at a current estimated cost of £31bn"—though campaigners have put the costmuch higher. 
"Which part of the non-proliferation treaty do they not understand?" wondered Vicki Hird, campaigns and policy director at War on Want, in a statement after the vote. "Trident renewal is a reckless and criminal act and any MP voting for it should to be ashamed."
"Rather than seeking to waste billions on nuclear weapons, whose use would be illegal under almost every conceivable circumstance and would certainly lead to a huge number of civilian casualties, the U.K. government should make a clear statement for global nuclear disarmament and non-proliferation, by not renewing the system," she said.
Newly installed U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May is prepared to authorize a nuclear strike that could kill hundreds of thousands of innocent people.
So she said before Parliament on Monday, as the body debated whether to renew Trident, Britain's aging nuclear weapons system.
According to the Independent, May was challenged on her support for the program by the SNP's George Kerevan, who asked: "Are you prepared to authorize a nuclear strike that could kill hundreds of thousands of men, women and children?"
May replied with one word: "Yes."

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