2020-02-24: News Headlines

RT (2020-02-24). Scientists to hunt tornadoes with microphones used to listen for NUKES. rt.com Meteorologists have long-struggled to predict when and where tornadoes will strike, but now scientists testing specialized microphones used to detect illegal nuclear weapons tests believe they may have a way to track the twisters. | Tornadoes can be a scourge, wreaking havoc and misery on populations with little to no prior warning because of how incredibly difficult they are to predict and track with any high degree of accuracy. | But now, Roger Waxler of the University of Mississippi and his team at the National Center for Physical Acoustics think they have the answer: microphones that can hear infrasound, o…

RT (2020-02-24). 'Best weapons on the planet': Trump confirms $3bn weapons deal with New Delhi during massive rally in India. rt.com Donald Trump has confirmed that a long-anticipated $3 billion deal with New Delhi to acquire US-made military helicopters will be finalized during his trip to India. The US leader also listed other areas of cooperation. | India is in the final stages of clearing a purchase of 24 MH-60R Seahawk helicopters — and it appears that the deal will be officially inked during Trump's state visit. Speaking to a crowd of more than 100,000 during the 'Namaste Trump' rally in Ahmedabad, the US president said he was delighted to sell New Delhi the "absolute" best helicopters available. Expressing his hope that India an…

Gary D. Barnett (2020-02-24). The U.S. Is the World Leader of Bio-Weapons Research, Production, and Use Against Mankind. globalresearch.ca Those that prevent disease and expose virus creation are heroic, but those that create and purposely spread disease and virus are inhuman. Given the history of the United States government and its military industrial complex concerning biological and germ warfare, …

yenisafak (2020-02-24). UAE sent 100 arms shipments to Haftar: Libya gov't. yenisafak.com The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has dispatched some 100 shipments of weapons to renegade Libyan commander Khalifa Haftar since last month, the internationally recognized government said Monday. | In a statement, the media center of the government's "Operation Volcano of Rage" said 100 flights have transferred almost 6,200 tons of weapons from the UAE to Haftar since Jan. 12. | The planes carrying the weapons took off from Suweihan Air Base in the UAE and Assab airbase in Eritrea, the statement said. | Arms shipments to Libya violate UN Security Council resolution 1970, which bans weapon exports to the war-torn cou…

Global Research News (2020-02-24). Selected Articles: Bioweapons as Weapons of Modern Warfare? globalresearch.ca Online independent analysis of US-led wars, rampant corruption, corporate greed, civil rights and fraudulent monetary transactions is invariably relegated to the bottom rung of search engine results. | As a result we presently do not cover our monthly running costs which …

Aaron Maté (2020-02-23). Russiagate 2.0 drowns out Trump's reckless escalation of US-Russia nuclear arms race. thegrayzone.com Amid new fear-mongering about "Russian interference," former UN weapons inspector Scott Ritter on Trump's overlooked, reckless escalation of the US-Russia…

RT (2020-02-22). Dangerous debris found inside fuel tanks of around 35 new Boeing 737 MAX jets. rt.com Potentially fatal problems were found in the fuel tanks of dozens of recently produced Boeing 737 MAX airliners, a model which remains grounded worldwide following two deadly crashes. | Foreign object debris (FOD) was discovered inside the fuel tanks of around 35 new but undelivered jets belonging to the beleaguered 737 MAX series, the company's spokesperson confirmed to media. Meanwhile, a source told Reuters that problems were found in more than half of the planes inspected so far, while Wall Street Journal (WSJ) sources said the inspectors discovered debris in around two thirds of the aircraft checked. | De…

Susan Price (2020-02-20). United States: New weapons raise danger of nuclear war. greenleft.org.au

Lawrence Wittner (2019-12-22). Americans Are Ready for a Different Approach to Nuclear Weapons. zcomm.org Although today's public protests against nuclear weapons can't compare to the major antinuclear upheavals of past decades, there are clear indications that most Americans reject the Trump administration's nuclear weapons policies. Since entering office in 2017, the Trump administration has withdrawn the United States from the nuclear agreement with Iran, scrapped the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces

Jon Rainwater (2019-11-07). Take Action — Some actual, SANE legislation. peaceaction.org Trump has plans to spend nearly $2 TRILLION over the next 30 years on unneeded and unnecessary nuclear weapons and delivery systems. This makes no sense. This is insane. That's nearly $100 million wasted every day for thirty years on weapons we are supposed to be getting rid of. To put that amount in perspective, …

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The U.S. Is the World Leader of Bio-Weapons Research, Production, and Use Against Mankind
Gary D. Barnett | globalresearch.ca | 2020-02-24
Those that prevent disease and expose virus creation are heroic, but those that create and purposely spread disease and virus are inhuman. Given the history of the United States government and its military industrial complex concerning biological and germ warfare, …
globalresearch.ca/u-s-world-leader-bio-weapons-research-production-use-against-mankind/5704548

'Best weapons on the planet': Trump confirms $3bn weapons deal with New Delhi during massive rally in India
rt.com | 2020-02-24
Donald Trump has confirmed that a long-anticipated $3 billion deal with New Delhi to acquire US-made military helicopters will be finalized during his trip to India. The US leader also listed other areas of cooperation. | India is in the final stages of clearing a purchase of 24 MH-60R Seahawk helicopters

Scientists to hunt tornadoes with microphones used to listen for NUKES
rt.com | 2020-02-24
Meteorologists have long-struggled to predict when and where tornadoes will strike, but now scientists testing specialized microphones used to detect illegal nuclear weapons tests believe they may have a way to track the twisters. | Tornadoes can be a scourge, wreaking havoc and misery on populations with little to no prior warning because of how incredibly difficult they are to predict and track with any high degree of accuracy. | But now, Roger Waxler of the University of Mississippi and his team at the National Center for Physical Acoustics think they have the answer: microphones that can hear infrasound, o…
rt.com/usa/481551-scientists-hunt-tornadoes-nuke-microphones/

Scientists to hunt tornadoes with microphones used to listen for NUKES
rt.com | 2020-02-24
Meteorologists have long-struggled to predict when and where tornadoes will strike, but now scientists testing specialized microphones used to detect illegal nuclear weapons tests believe they may have a way to track the twisters. | Tornadoes can be a scourge, wreaking havoc and misery on populations with little to no prior warning because of how incredibly difficult they are to predict and track with any high degree of accuracy. | But now, Roger Waxler of the University of Mississippi and his team at the National Center for Physical Acoustics think they have the answer: microphones that can hear infrasound, o…
rt.com/usa/481551-scientists-hunt-tornadoes-nuke-microphones/

UAE sent 100 arms shipments to Haftar: Libya gov't
yenisafak.com | 2020-02-24
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has dispatched some 100 shipments of weapons to renegade Libyan commander Khalifa Haftar since last month, the internationally recognized government said Monday. | In a statement, the media center of the government's "Operation Volcano of Rage" said 100 flights have transferred almost 6,200 tons of weapons from the UAE to Haftar since Jan. 12. | The planes carrying the weapons took off from Suweihan Air Base in the UAE and Assab airbase in Eritrea, the statement said. | Arms shipments to Libya violate UN Security Council resolution 1970, which bans weapon exports to the war-torn cou…
yenisafak.com/en/news/uae-sent-100-arms-shipments-to-haftar-libya-govt-3512697

Selected Articles: Bioweapons as Weapons of Modern Warfare?
Global Research News | globalresearch.ca | 2020-02-24
Online independent analysis of US-led wars, rampant corruption, corporate greed, civil rights and fraudulent monetary transactions is invariably relegated to the bottom rung of search engine results. | As a result we presently do not cover our monthly running costs which …
globalresearch.ca/selected-articles-bioweapons-weapons-modern-warfare/5704581

Russiagate 2.0 drowns out Trump's reckless escalation of US-Russia nuclear arms race
Aaron Maté | thegrayzone.com | 2020-02-23
Amid new fear-mongering about "Russian interference," former UN weapons inspector Scott Ritter on Trump's overlooked, reckless escalation of the US-Russia…
thegrayzone.com/2020/02/23/russiagate-2-0-drowns-out-trumps-reckless-escalation-of-us-russia-nuclear-arms-race/

Russiagate 2.0 drowns out Trump's reckless escalation of US-Russia nuclear arms race
Aaron Maté | thegrayzone.com | 2020-02-23
Amid new fear-mongering about "Russian interference," former UN weapons inspector Scott Ritter on Trump's overlooked, reckless escalation of the US-Russia…
thegrayzone.com/2020/02/23/russiagate-2-0-drowns-out-trumps-reckless-escalation-of-us-russia-nuclear-arms-race/

Dangerous debris found inside fuel tanks of around 35 new Boeing 737 MAX jets
rt.com | 2020-02-22
Potentially fatal problems were found in the fuel tanks of dozens of recently produced Boeing 737 MAX airliners, a model which remains grounded worldwide following two deadly crashes. | Foreign object debris (FOD) was discovered inside the fuel tanks of around 35 new but undelivered jets belonging to the beleaguered 737 MAX series, the company's spokesperson confirmed to media. Meanwhile, a source told Reuters that problems were found in more than half of the planes inspected so far, while Wall Street Journal (WSJ) sources said the inspectors discovered debris in around two thirds of the aircraft checked. | De…
rt.com/usa/481465-boeing-debris-fuel-737max/

The climate crisis and the need for peace
pip.hinman | greenleft.org.au | 2020-02-20
war Climate Nick DeaneIssue 1254 Australia climate refugees weapons militaryFebruary 2…
greenleft.org.au/content/climate-crisis-and-need-peace

United States: New weapons raise danger of nuclear war
Susan Price | greenleft.org.au | 2020-02-20
nuclear weapons Barry SheppardIssue 1254 United States nuclear arms race ICBMsFebruary 20, 2020United States scientists who worked on the first nuclear weapons