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Nuclear Weapon Free Zones Around The World; Why Is Israel Stockpiling Hundreds Of Illegal Nuclear Weapons, And Illegally Getting US Foreign Aid, Despite Refusing To Sign Nuclear Non Proliferation Treaty And Violating Symington Amendment?

NUCLEAR WEAPONS DON'T MAKE ANY NATION MORE SAFE, THEY JUST INCREASE THE TENSIONS AND LEAD TO INCREASED RISK OF GLOBAL NUCLEAR


US STEALTH BOMBERS IN GUAM APPEAR TO BE READYING FOR A TACTICAL NUCLEAR STRIKE ON NORTH KOREA
The US recently sent nuclear bombers to Guam that can carry tactical nukes that would be perfect for taking out Kim Jong Un.

Some have suggested that a quick tactical nuclear strike on North Korea could cripple the country’s nuclear infrastructure with few casualties.

Recent reports have suggested President Donald Trump considering a strike on North Korea, but some experts and politicians think the idea of a tactical nuclear strike is a recipe for disaster.

ISRAEL CLAIMS TO BE NUCLEAR WEAPONS FREE, BUT IT IS WELL KNOWN THAT THIS COUNTRY ILLEGAL BUILT AND POSSESSES HUNDREDS OF NUCLEAR MISSILES AND BOMBS; WHY IS ISRAEL ALLOWED TO VIOLATE NUMEROUS LAWS AND TREATIES? 

Any other country that tries to build even ONE nuclear bomb without international agreements, it is immediately pounced on and punished by the NATO alliance, but when Israel violates those same laws and treaties, no one even points that them. 

Why is that? 



As Israel amasses illegal nuclear weapons, why is it that no other country can do the same thing that Israel is doing again? And how does Israel accumulating hundreds of secret and illegal nuclear weapons makes the world a safer place? NOT!

WHAT ARE THE ENVIRONMENTAL COSTS OF BUILDING NUCLEAR WEAPONS? 




Hervé Courtois Just to kinda situate how deep we're already into this devil, even if we don't build another reactor or bomb... this !

Bob Alvarez explains a few terms...

Post Closure Liabilities = costs for keeping the public out of national sacrifice areas, etc.

Defense HLW = removal of some 100million gallons of reprocessed liquid HLW from Pu production and then stabilizing the stuff in glass for disposal

Programmatic support = administrative costs

Regulatory and Community Support = funds for community transition and state regulators

Safeguards and Security = gates, guards and guns

Environmental Remediation= attempts to reduce contamination in the environment, nuclear and hazardous wastes= stabilizing and disposal of depleted uranium, Low-level rad wastes and vast amounts of chemicals

Facility D and D = decontamination/demolition of numerous contaminated structures

Plutonium Disposition = disposing of excess plutonium no longer needed for weapons

DOE Spent Nuclear Fuel = SNF from DOE weapons material production, Naval Propulsion and research reactors

HLW Repository= geological disposal site for reprocessing reactor spent fuel wastes resulting from plutonium production

-notice the most expensive is disposal of "reactor spent fuel wastes resulting from plutonium production"

ps- FUSRAP is included in the environmental remediation category" 

WHAT IS NEEDED IS A WORLD FREE OF NUCLEAR WEAPONS


Nuclear-weapon-free zones around the world

Wikipedia; "Nuclear-weapon-free zones 
A nuclear-weapons-free zone (NWFZ) is defined[4] by the United Nations as an agreement which a group of states has freely established by treaty or convention, that bans the use, development, or deployment of nuclear weapons in a given area, that has mechanisms of verification and control to enforce its obligations, and that is recognized as such by the General Assembly of the United Nations

NWFZs have a similar purpose to, but are distinct from, the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons to which most countries including five nuclear weapons states are party. Another term, nuclear-free zone, often means an area which has banned both nuclear power and nuclear weapons, and sometimes nuclear waste and nuclear propulsion, and usually does not mean a UN-acknowledged international treaty.

The NWFZ definition does not count countries or smaller regions that have outlawed nuclear weapons simply by their own law, like Austria with the Atomsperrgesetz in 1999. Similarly the 2+4 Treaty, which led to German reunification, banned nuclear weapons in the new states of Germany (Berlin and former East Germany), but was an agreement only among the six signatory states, without formal NWFZ mechanisms.

Geographic scope

Area in blue is outside exclusive economic zones. Some NWFZs are defined in terms of EEZ areas, some in terms of territorial waters which extend only 12 nautical miles.

Today there are five zones covering continental or subcontinental groups of countries (including their territorial waters and airspace), one UN-recognized zone consisting of a single country, Mongolia, and three governing Antarctica, the seabed, and outer space which are not part of any state. The Antarctic, seabed, and space zones preceded all but one of the zones on national territories. Most of the Earth's oceans above the seabed are not covered by NWFZs since freedom of the seas restricts restrictions in international waters.

NWFZs do not cover international waters (where there is freedom of the seas) or transit of nuclear missiles through space (as opposed to deployment of nuclear weapons in space).

As of 15 July 2009 when the African NWFZ came into force, the six land zones cover 56% of the Earth's land area of 149 million square kilometers and 60% of the 195 states on Earth, up from 34% and 30% the previous year; however, only 39% of the world's population lives in NWFZs, while the nine nuclear weapons states have 28% of the world's land area and 46% of the world population.

The Antarctic, Latin American, and South Pacific zones are defined by lines of latitude and longitude, except for the northwestern boundary of the South Pacific zone which follows the limit of Australian territorial waters, and these three zones form a contiguous area, though treaty provisions do not apply to international waters within that area. 

In contrast, the Southeast Asian zone is defined as the territories of its members including their Exclusive Economic Zones, and the African zone is also defined as the countries and territories considered part of Africa by the OAU (now the African Union) which include islands close to Africa and Madagascar. An AU member, Mauritius, claims the British Indian Ocean Territory where Diego Garcia is currently a US military base.

Protocols for non-member states

Territories of outside states within NWFZs














Several of the NWFZ treaties have protocols under which states outside the zone that have territories within the zone can bring the provisions of the NWFZ into force for those territories. All these territories are small islands except for French Guiana. The United States has signed but not ratified Protocol I to the Treaty of Rarotonga which would apply to American Samoa and Jarvis Island. The United Kingdom does not accept that African NWFZ is applicable to the Indian Ocean island of Diego Garcia which has a U.S. military base.

Southern Hemisphere


The area between the Equator and 60°S, and between 20°W and 115°E, excluding Africa, Australia and Indonesia and their neighboring islands and waters, is outside the 5 southern NWFZs. A small area of ocean outside the upper right corner of the map, between Indonesia and Australia, is also not in any NWFZ.

Australian islands are part of the South Pacific NWFZ but the other oceanic islands in this area are owned by Britain, France, Norway, and Maldives and are the only Southern Hemisphere lands other than East Timor that are not in a NWFZ.

Few prevailing winds cross the Equator and effects of nuclear explosions in the Northern Hemisphere might send less fallout to the Southern Hemisphere. (This fact was used in the book and film On the Beach, although there the Southern Hemisphere eventually succumbs as well.)

The five southern NWFZs together cover all land in the Southern Hemisphere except East Timor, still in the process of joining ASEAN, and Atlantic and Indian Ocean islands belonging to non-NWFZ countries in the box (map) bounded by 60° S, 20° W, and 115° E, which combined have less than 8000 km² of land area:


Bouvet Island, a Norwegian territory


Chagos Islands (British Indian Ocean Territory) including Diego Garcia (disputed by Mauritius)


In 1994 states of the South Atlantic Peace and Cooperation Zone issued a "Declaration on the Denuclearization of the South Atlantic" which the U.N. General Assembly endorsed but the U.S., U.K., and France still opposed.[5]

Tropics

Northern Hemisphere tropical lands not in a NWFZRegionAll ofParts ofPacific Marianas, FSM, Marshalls, Palau Hawaii (all but NW), USMOI




The Latin American, African, South Pacific and Southeast Asian zones also cover most land in the tropics, but not some Northern Hemisphere areas south of the Tropic of Cancer. Most tropical land outside of NWFZs is in India and the Arabian Peninsula.

Little of the land area covered by the five southern Nuclear-Weapon-Free Zones extends north of the Tropic of Cancer: only northern Mexico, northern Bahamas, northern Myanmar, and North Africa. However, the Central Asian and Mongolian zones are entirely in the North Temperate Zone.

Northern Hemisphere



A nuclear-weapons-free zone (NWFZ) is defined[4] by the United Nations as an agreement which a group of states has freely established by treaty or convention that bans the use, development, or deployment of nuclear weapons in a given area, that has mechanisms of verification and control to enforce its obligations, and that is recognized as such by the General Assembly of the United Nations. NWFZs have a similar purpose to, but are distinct from, the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons to which most countries including five nuclear weapons states are party. Another term, nuclear-free zone, often means an area which has banned both nuclear power and nuclear weapons, and sometimes nuclear waste and nuclear propulsion, and usually does not mean a UN-acknowledged international treaty.

The NWFZ definition does not count countries or smaller regions that have outlawed nuclear weapons simply by their own law, like Austria with the Atomsperrgesetz in 1999. Similarly the 2+4 Treaty, which led to German reunification, banned nuclear weapons in the new states of Germany (Berlin and former East Germany), but was an agreement only among the six signatory states, without formal NWFZ mechanisms.

Geographic scope
Area in blue is outside exclusive economic zones. Some NWFZs are defined in terms of EEZ areas, some in terms of territorial waters which extend only 12 nautical miles.

Today there are five zones covering continental or subcontinental groups of countries (including their territorial waters and airspace), and three governing Antarctica, the seabed, and outer space which are not part of any state. The Antarctic, seabed, and space zones preceded all but one of the zones on national territories. Most of the Earth's oceans above the seabed are not covered by NWFZs since freedom of the seas restricts restrictions in international waters. The UN has also recognized one additional country, Mongolia, as having nuclear-weapon-free status.

NWFZs do not cover international waters (where there is freedom of the seas) or transit of nuclear missiles through space (as opposed to deployment of nuclear weapons in space).

As of 15 July 2009 when the African NWFZ came into force, the six land zones cover 56% of the Earth's land area of 149 million square kilometers and 60% of the 195 states on Earth, up from 34% and 30% the previous year; however, only 39% of the world's population lives in NWFZs, while the nine nuclear weapons states have 28% of the world's land area and 46% of the world population.

The Antarctic, Latin American, and South Pacific zones are defined by lines of latitude and longitude, except for the northwestern boundary of the South Pacific zone which follows the limit of Australian territorial waters, and these three zones form a contiguous area, though treaty provisions do not apply to international waters within that area. In contrast, the Southeast Asian zone is defined as the territories of its members including their Exclusive Economic Zones, and the African zone is also defined as the countries and territories considered part of Africa by the OAU (now the African Union) which include islands close to Africa and Madagascar. An AU member, Mauritius, claims the British Indian Ocean Territory where Diego Garcia is currently a US military base.
Nuclear power in NWFZ states[edit]

Nuclear power

Country    Plants
Argentina      3
Brazil            2
Mexico          2

For more details on this topic, see nuclear power by country.

Four NWFZ countries have nuclear plants to generate electricity. South Africa formerly had a nuclear weapons program which it terminated in 1989.

Argentina and Brazil are known to operate uranium enrichment facilities. Countries that had enrichment programs in the past include Libya and South Africa, although Libya's facility was never operational. Australia has announced its intention to pursue commercial enrichment, and is actively researching laser enrichment.

Argentina and Brazil also have plans to build nuclear submarines.

Protocols for non-member states

Territories of outside states within NWFZsTreatyBritishFrenchAmericanDutch

Several of the NWFZ treaties have protocols under which states outside the zone that have territories within the zone can bring the provisions of the NWFZ into force for those territories. All these territories are small islands except for French Guiana. The United States has signed but not ratified Protocol I to the Treaty of Rarotonga which would apply to American Samoa and Jarvis Island. The United Kingdom does not accept that African NWFZ is applicable to the Indian Ocean island of Diego Garciawhich has a U.S. military base.

Southern Hemisphere
The area between the Equator and 60°S, and between 20°W and 115°E, excluding Africa, Australia and Indonesia and their neighboring islands and waters, is outside the 5 southern NWFZs. A small area of ocean outside the upper right corner of the map, between Indonesia and Australia, is also not in any NWFZ.

Australian islands are part of the South Pacific NWFZ but the other oceanic islands in this area are owned by Britain, France, Norway, and Maldives and are the only Southern Hemisphere lands other than East Timor that are not in a NWFZ.

Few prevailing winds cross the Equator and effects of nuclear explosions in the Northern Hemisphere might send less fallout to the Southern Hemisphere. (This fact was used in the book and film On the Beach, although there the Southern Hemisphere eventually succumbs as well.)

The five southern NWFZs together cover all land in the Southern Hemisphere except East Timor, still in the process of joining ASEAN, and Atlantic and Indian Ocean islands belonging to non-NWFZ countries in the box (map) bounded by 60° S, 20° W, and 115° E, which combined have less than 8000 km² of land area:

Bouvet Island, a Norwegian territory
Chagos Islands (British Indian Ocean Territory) including Diego Garcia (disputed by Mauritius)

In 1994 states of the South Atlantic Peace and Cooperation Zone issued a "Declaration on the Denuclearization of the South Atlantic" which the U.N. General Assembly endorsed but the U.S., U.K., and France still opposed.[5]

Tropics
Northern Hemisphere tropical lands not in a NWFZRegionAll ofParts of Pacific Marianas, FSM, Marshalls, Palau Hawaii (all but NW), USMOI

The Latin American, African, South Pacific and Southeast Asian zones also cover most land in the tropics, but not some Northern Hemisphere areas south of the Tropic of Cancer. Most tropical land outside of NWFZs is in India and the Arabian Peninsula.

Little of the land area covered by the five southern Nuclear-Weapon-Free Zones extends north of the Tropic of Cancer: only northern Mexico, northern Bahamas, northern Myanmar, and North Africa. However, the Central Asian and Mongolian zones are entirely in the North Temperate Zone.

Northern Hemisphere


















Nuclear-Weapon-Free Zones


Neither, but NATO member
Neither, but uses nuclear power
Neither, but NATO and nuclear power

The North Atlantic Treaty Organisation is a geostrategic military alliance concerned with most of Europe and North America

The majority of non-NWS non-NWFZ states are in Europe and the North Pacific and are members of (or surrounded by) collective security alliances with nuclear weapons states dating from the Cold War and predating the NWFZ movement.

22 states are not part of a NWFZ or a collective security bloc nor nuclear weapons states, 12 in the Middle East, 6 in South Asia, and 4 in the former Soviet Union. There have been NWFZ proposals for the Middle East (e.g. Nuclear program of Iran#Nuclear Free Zone in the Mideast, 2009 UN proposal,[6] 2011 IAEA forum[7]),[8] the Korean Peninsula, Central Europe, South Asia, South-east Asia, and the Arctic.[9]

All countries without nuclear weapons, except South Sudan, are parties to the Non-Proliferation Treaty, as are the 5 NPT-sanctioned nuclear weapon states.
Europe[edit]

The UK, France, and the USA share a nuclear umbrella with the 25 other members of NATO, and the 6 European Union states not part of NATO (Austria, Cyprus, Ireland, Malta, Sweden, Finland) are part of the EU's Common Security and Defence Policy.

The other European countries west of the former Soviet Union are small Western European states and surrounded by and aligned with the EU and NATO but not members (Switzerland and European microstates Liechtenstein, Monaco, San Marino, Vatican, Andorra), or Balkan states that have not yet joined the EU (Albania, Bosnia, Montenegro, Macedonia, Serbia and Kosovo).

NATO also extends to Turkey and Canada.

Former Soviet Union

Belarus and Armenia, along with some members of the Central Asian NWFZ, are allies of Russia in CSTO, the three Baltic states have joined NATO, and the GUAM states (Georgia, Azerbaijan, Ukraine, Moldova) are not party to either security treaty.

North Pacific

South Korea and Japan are American allies under its nuclear umbrella, while the three Micronesian states (Marshalls, Federated States of Micronesia, and Palau) are in a Compact of Free Association with the USA.

South Asia

India and Pakistan are nuclear-armed states and the 6 other South Asian states (Afghanistan, Sri Lanka, Maldives, Bangladesh, Nepal, Bhutan) are not part of a NWFZ or security bloc.

Middle East

The 6 Gulf Cooperation Council states, the 5 other Arab League states outside Africa (Yemen, Jordan, Lebanon, Syria, Iraq), and Iran (see Nuclear program of Iran) are not nuclear weapons states and not part of a NWFZ. The UN General Assembly has urged establishment of a Middle East NWFZ,[10] and NPT Review Conferences in 1995 and 2010 called for a zone free of all weapons of mass destruction in the Middle East.[11][12][13] An International Conference For A WMD-Free Middle East was held in Haifa in December 2013 attended by citizens from all over the world concerned about the lack of progress in the official talks.

See also


Nuclear-Weapon-Free Zones

Neither, but NATO member

Neither, but uses nuclear power

Neither, but NATO and nuclear power



The North Atlantic Treaty Organisation is a geostrategic military alliance concerned with most of Europe and North America

The majority of non-NWS non-NWFZ states are in Europe and the North Pacific and are members of (or surrounded by) collective security alliances with nuclear weapons states dating from the Cold War and predating the NWFZ movement.

22 states are not part of a NWFZ or a collective security bloc nor nuclear weapons states, 12 in the Middle East, 6 in South Asia, and 4 in the former Soviet Union. There have been NWFZ proposals for the Middle East (e.g. Nuclear program of Iran#Nuclear Free Zone in the Mideast, 2009 UN proposal,[6] 2011 IAEA forum[7]),[8] the Korean Peninsula, Central Europe, South Asia, South-east Asia, and the Arctic.[9]

All countries without nuclear weapons, except South Sudan, are parties to the Non-Proliferation Treaty, as are the 5 NPT-sanctioned nuclear weapon states.

Europe

The UK, France, and the USA share a nuclear umbrella with the 25 other members of NATO, and the 6 European Union states not part of NATO (Austria, Cyprus, Ireland, Malta, Sweden, Finland) are part of the EU's Common Security and Defence Policy.

The other European countries west of the former Soviet Union are small Western European states are surrounded by and aligned with the EU and NATO but not members (Switzerland and European microstates Liechtenstein, Monaco, San Marino, Vatican, Andorra), or Balkan states that have not yet joined the EU (Albania, Bosnia, Montenegro, Macedonia, Serbia and Kosovo).

NATO also extends to Turkey and Canada.

Former Soviet Union

Belarus and Armenia, along with some members of the Central Asian NWFZ, are allies of Russia in CSTO, the three Baltic states have joined NATO, and the GUAM states (Georgia, Azerbaijan, Ukraine, Moldova) are not party to either security treaty.

North Pacific

South Korea and Japan are American allies under its nuclear umbrella, while the three Micronesian states (Marshalls, Federated States of Micronesia, and Palau) are in a Compact of Free Association with the USA.

South Asia

India and Pakistan are nuclear-armed states and the 6 other South Asian states (Afghanistan, Sri Lanka, Maldives, Bangladesh, Nepal, Bhutan) are not part of a NWFZ or security bloc.

Middle East



The 6 Gulf Cooperation Council states, the 5 other Arab League states outside Africa (Yemen, Jordan, Lebanon, Syria, Iraq), and Iran (see Nuclear program of Iran) are not nuclear weapons states and not part of a NWFZ. The UN General Assembly has urged establishment of a Middle East NWFZ,[10] and NPT Review Conferences in 1995 and 2010 called for a zone free of all weapons of mass destruction in the Middle East.[11][12][13] An International Conference For A WMD-Free Middle East was held in Haifa in December 2013 attended by citizens from all over the world concerned about the lack of progress in the official talks.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nuclear-weapon-free_zone

ALL NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS PRODUCE 'FUEL' FOR NUCLEAR WEAPONS, SO ANYONE WHO IS AGAINST NUCLEAR WEAPONS SHOULD ALSO BE AGAINST NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS OF ANY KIND, TYPE OR GENERATION


Credit; Masanori Shibata

The top picture was taken in 2014, near the Chernobyl nuclear accident site, within 30 km of the no entry zone. The bottom picture was taken in 2015, in Fukushima, when the highway into this area was reopened for public travel. 

The Fukushima mega nuclear disaster has been covered up, denied and suppressed almost completely.  Nuclear power plants can and do melt down and out, as happened in Fukushima. But the nuclear monopoly has so much power, then can get away with the cover up and denial, because they also control the corporate owned mass media and nuclear 'regulators', which are staffed by pro nuclear insiders, who have been trained to not rock the boat or cause problems for the cabal. 

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