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Last week world leaders like Angela Merkel, David Cameron, Barack Obama, among many other world leaders, were simulating a nuclear device going off in a major western financial center, then testing their responses to such an event.
This seems very concerning after Obama’s recent comment Obama’s recent comment at the summit in the Netherlands where he stated that “Putin wasn’t a threat to America, but a nuclear bomb going off in New York is the real threat”.
At the same nuclear summit in the Netherlands, world leaders played an interactive nuclear war game designed to test their responses to a terrorist atomic “dirty bomb” attack that threatened the lives of hundreds of thousands of people.
Watch the video for details about the game, played by David Cameron, Barack Obama, Angela Merkel, Xi Jinping and other world leaders.
OBAMA Speaks at the NUCLEAR Security Summit – World is Currently On Brink of Thermonuclear War
World leaders including President Obama, U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron and Chinese President Xi Jinping played a “nuclear war game” designed to test how they would respond to a global terrorist attack at a high-level meeting, the Telegraph reported Tuesday.
The leaders also included German Chancellor Angela Merkel, who according to the Telegraph was unhappy and did not want to play the game.
The game took place at the nuclear summit at The Hague and included dozens of other heads of state.
It required leaders to respond to the scenario of a terrorist attack with a “dirty bomb” in a big Western city. Leaders had to answer a series of questions on how they would respond to the attack as the game progressed and new challenges arose.
Obama, who helped planned the game, overrode Merkel’s complaints that the game was inappropriate at a high-level meeting, the Telegraph reports.
“Leaders had their doubts about participation on their own without their expert civil servants. It was about discussion and problem solving without leaders relying on written statements to read out. At the end the leaders were more enthusiastic,” said a spokesman for the summit told the paper.
New Yorkers got a chilling wake up call Tuesday about just how badly terrorists want to strike the city.
The warning came straight from the top: President Obama.
During a news conference in the Europe, Obama said he’s far more worried about the possibility of a nuclear weapon exploding in New York City than he is about the threat posed by Russia following its invasion of Ukraine.
He spoke dismissively of Russia as “a regional power that is threatening some of its immediate neighbors, not out of strength, but out of weakness.”
“Russia’s actions are a problem. They don’t pose the No. 1 national security threat to the United States,” Obama said in The Hague, Netherlands.
“I continue to be much more concerned when it comes to our security with the prospect of a nuclear weapon going off in Manhattan.” president obama netherlands summit
Merkel miffed at Barack Obama and David Cameron ‘nuclear war game’
World leaders played an interactive nuclear war game designed to test their responses to a terrorist atomic “dirty bomb” attack that threatened the lives of hundreds of thousands of people
World leaders at this week’s Nuclear Security Summit wore bizarre illuminati pyramid lapel pins while gathered around a giant eye with a floating holographic pyramid suspended above.
Interestingly enough, President Barack Obama was one of the few world leaders not to wear the pyramid symbol.
Is the symbol an innocent motif designed to express unity around the issue of nuclear security, or does it represent an occult display of power?
Though not much is being said about the the Ukraine in U.S. mainstream news circles, the tension in Europe is being stretched to a near breaking point.
A few weeks ago the country of Estonia warned that their sources indicated that the Russian Army was are preparing an invasion of the Western-supported Ukrainian government. The President of the country’s provisional government has since deployed at leas 40,000 troops to its Eastern front as a countermeasure should Vladimir Putin’s 80,000 strong military cross its border.
In the wake of the terror bombings last December in Volgograd killing 34 people, it was reported that Saudi Prince Bandar bin Sultan had indirectly threatened Russia and Vladimir Putin with terror attacks if Russia did not back off its support of the regime of Bashar al-Assad in Syria. Saudi Arabia and Qatar have invested significantly in the Sunni mercenary campaign to overthrow al-Assad and the Shia Alawites who rule Syria.