U.S. says reduced defense role for atom bombs, Britain against ban now

America takes another step forward in national suicide whereas Great Britain, also collapsing from within, has somewhat come back to its senses in wanting to retain its existence.

 

VIENNA (Reuters) – The United States said on Tuesday it is relying less on nuclear weapons as part of its defense planning, but Britain argued against banning such arms now.

Both powers, taking part for the first time in an international conference on the humanitarian impact of atomic bombs, spoke in support of pursuing the goal of a world free of such weapons of mass destruction. Continue reading