The Humanist Outed Dutch Nukes

Jan 4th, 2012 | By | Category: Humanity

Jan 05, 2010 – A revealing article in Time Magazine highlights the hypocrisy around the “Iran Crisis”, during which Iran has been relentlessly hounded by Western nuclear nations on suspicions that it too is developing nuclear weapons, while NATO countries have been secretly harboring them for decades.

First mentioned by Humanist philosopher Dwight Gilbert Jones in his 2009 novel “The Humanist”, in which he describes their longtime control by the Dutch military, Time’s article extends their proliferation to three more supposedly nuclear weapon-free countries.

“The truth is that Belgium, Germany, Italy and the Netherlands store nuclear bombs on their air-force bases and have planes capable of delivering them.” writes Eben Harrell, Time, Jan 4/2010. “There are an estimated 200 B-61 thermonuclear-gravity bombs scattered across these four countries.”

Harrell further states that the nuclear weapons’ control  “…can be transferred to the control of a host nation’s air force in time of conflict.” Given the number of weapons cited, Europe is a nuclear holocaust-in-waiting with no credible enemies.

When asked about his earlier disclosure of the nukes’ reality, Jones was unequivocal.

“It’s the last stand of the militarists.” he said. “If you read The Humanist, the world reacts to this revelation with a boycott  that breaks the nuke countries economically – no trade, no visits – until they finally defer to the UN and a citizen world. The 4N Countries boycott will happen,” he says “and, nota bene, we’ll see the United Nations oversee our species’ governance at last.”

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