Al-Qaida has suitcase-size
February 9, 2004
Ukraine sold al-Qaida an unknown number of
tactical nuclear weapons in 1998, the London-based al-Hayat
newspaper reported, and the terror organization is storing them
for possible use.
After the Soviet Union broke up, Ukraine
agreed to send 1,900 nuclear warheads back to Russia and sign
on to the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty, but up to 100
portable suitcase-size bombs were unaccounted for, former
Russian national security adviser Alexander Lebed said.
Each bomb was the equivalent of 1,000 tons
of TNT, he said.
Moscow has denied that such weapons
The Arabic-language newspaper's report has
not been confirmed.
In 1994, under U.S. and Russian pressure,
Ukraine removed 1,900 nuclear warheads to Moscow and signed the
anti-nuclear proliferation agreement. However, three years
earlier, Lebed already had warned of the missing suitcase
According to al-Hayat, the weapons are not
meant to be used except as a last resort, if the movement is in
danger or attacked by weapons of mass destruction.
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Back in 1977, I sat at a Tony's Bar and
Pizza in Beckley, West Virginia getting drunk with 5 college
professors across the street from Beckley College. He said he
was a newspaper reporter from Russia.
In 1992, this reporter left Russia and went
to the US Congress under a hooded head on C-Span testifying
that Russia is lying and the Sino-Soviet Pact is going to
attack the USA some day. He --Lunov -also said that 100 to 300
nuclear suit case bombs were missing.
(Note: In 77" Lunov told us about the
Greenbrier Bunker. We found out -through his book "Through the
Eyes of the Enemy" that he was a KGB officer. Lunov was a high
ranked KGB agent and warned the USA. Congress and the Clinton
FBI scoffed at him.)
Later on alternative ultra-conservative
radio talk shows the cry rang out this is true. Howard Stern to
Rush Limbaugh scoffed and laughed at these trying to warn
America. I know for a fact via channels that some were already
found in the Clinton Administration on major dams and locks and
Well, now brace yourself-as I always said
"The party is about over!"
Mon Feb 9 15:15:24 2004