The Strangelove Factor

Eric Margolis’ incisive article, Russia’s New Monster Weapon, begins by discussing the classic 1964 Cold War seriocomic satire Dr. Strangelove: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb, which parodied the development of a Soviet doomsday weapon in reference to Russia’s contemporary development of a new doomsday nuclear torpedo in preparation for Cold War II.

Codenamed by NATO ‘Kanyon,’  it’s reportedly something new and terrifying, a ‘third strike’ weapon designed to obliterate the US east and west coasts in a nuclear war. US intelligence seems to think this doomsday weapon is very real indeed.

This is an ironic throwback to the height of the earlier deadly confrontation between the Soviets and NATO, when the scientists of the Soviet military industrial complex had developed a super bomb (the Ivan) which equaled 50 million tons of TNT or 2500 times more powerful than Little Boy, the atomic bomb which leveled Hiroshima. But more ominously they had plans for the development of an even greater nuclear destructive device, a doomsday weapon which would have totally destroyed the entire world in the event of a nuclear war. Dr. Strangelove was not a satire but a documentary.

The development of ‘Kanyon’ must be seen in stark geopolitical context to the earlier development of Ivan and their ultimate doomsday weapon.

And the hysterical and maniacal necrophiliac idiots attacking the Trump-Putin Summit are driving the world to the brink of nuclear Armageddon.

View the video documentary above for the chilling, shocking details.


1:03 am on July 19, 2018