One or two of the alleged nuclear warheads referred to in the chart below would be capable of killing the majority of the population in a given country.
A half dozen nuclear warheads would be capable of killing significantly more people.
A dozen nuclear warheads would potentially destroy all planetary life if you take into consideration the radioactive fallout expected from said explosions.
Come On, Man!
Nuclear weapons do not exist. This is a fictional technology that has been kept alive by the powers that be for many decades.
If such weapons existed as claimed, they would have already been used in modern times.
Additionally, if nuclear weapons could potentially cause as much destruction and devastation as published, why would any country need to amass an arsenal of over 5,000 warheads? How many times over does the country need to obliterate the planet? The entire narrative reeks of science fiction. And I know a thing or two about science fiction.
Knowing about the COVID-19 pandemic and what I believe I know about the fake space program, I feel confident in writing that all claims about the existence of nuclear weapons are untrue.
The mainstream media articles written about the dangers of nuclear weapons technology are part of a fear-porn campaign that cements a lie in the minds of most people in the world.
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