A few thoughts about the “dirty bomb” thesis and the role of hatred, by The Saker

Much of the West has a neurotic hatred of Russia that Russians don’t really reciprocate. From The Saker at thesaker.is:

First, is it even possible?

The answer is yes, absolutely.  There is enough (non-weapons grade) spent civilian nuclear reactor fuel to get enough radioactive materials.  Much more importantly, there is plenty of “know how” amongst Ukrainian scientists and engineers.  Besides, bringing in radioactive materials or specialists is something the AngloZionist Hegemony could do.  Did I mention plenty of starry-eyed Ukronazi politicians daydreaming on camera about how to nuke Russia and kill as many Russians as possible?

Quick reminder: a “dirty bomb” does not set-off a nuclear detonation but, instead, uses a conventional explosive to spread radioactive materials.

How big does such a bomb have to be?  The bigger the better since the bigger the more materials will spread.  That is also a problem, however, since that means delivering a large payload to the place you want it to go off.  Here I see three basic options:

  • Set off the dirty bomb behind Russian lines
  • Set off the dirty bomb near the line of contact
  • Set off the dirty bomb in Ukronazi occupied territory

Each of these options have serious drawbacks.

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One response to “A few thoughts about the “dirty bomb” thesis and the role of hatred, by The Saker

  1. The ruling elites hate them and the average dullard who has barely left the confines of their subdivision sector get their opinion download update from enemedia.
    No credit to Russia for helping us out in original American Revolution?

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