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NATO says fighter jets can carry nuclear weapons as tensions with Russia reach breaking point
By Ethan Huff // Mar 14, 2024

As tensions between the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) and Russia reach a boiling point, the military-industrial complex is now allowing the F-35A Joint Strike Fighter to carry nuclear weapons.

According to a spokesperson for the F-35 Joint Program Office, the stealth fighter is the first of its class to get the green light to carry nuclear weapons, including the B61-12 thermonuclear bomb.

"The F-35A is the first 5th generation nuclear-capable aircraft ever, and the first new platform (fighter or bomber) to achieve this status since the early 1990s," the source confirmed. "This F-35 Nuclear Certification effort culminates 10-plus years of intense effort across the nuclear enterprise, which consists of 16 different government and industry stakeholders."

It turns out the nuclear certification for the F-35A arrived sooner than expected, which means the United States and NATO now have a "critical capability that supports U.S. extended deterrence commitments earlier than expected," the spokesperson added. (Related: NATO running out of weapons for Ukraine: "bottom of the barrel" now visible, so now it's nuke time.)

Nuclear strikes on three NATO countries

The nuclear certification is sure to push the world even closer toward World War III, as is Sweden's sudden joining of NATO, which comes after decades of the Scandinavian country remaining neutral.

According to Swedish Prime Minister Ulf Kristersson, "unity and solidarity" are behind the move, and these will act as "guiding lights" for Sweden moving forward.

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President Joe Biden praised Sweden's decision, announcing that NATO now "stands more united, determined and dynamic" because of it.

"Together without our newest ally Sweden, NATO will continue to stand for freedom and democracy for generations to come," Biden added.

Biden just delivered his State of the Union address to America, as did Russian President Vladimir Putin to his country. In Putin's address, he warned the West against sending any troops to Ukraine, otherwise there will be a price to pay.

Russian media is also reporting that three NATO countries could be hit by nuclear strikes in the coming days, these being France, Germany and the U.S., according to Russia 1 TV presenter Vladimir Solovyov.

On X, formerly Twitter, Russia expert Julia Davis shared a clip of Solovyov's show, depicting guests pontificating which Western cities should be the first nuclear targets.

"Some of their top choices: Paris, Marseille, Lyon, Hamburg, Munich or Garmisch-Partenkirchen and the United States in general," Davis said.

Russia continues to prevail over Ukraine and the West, in large part due to national unity and patriotism, says Putin, who called these two things Russia's most powerful weapon in a recent interview.

"Our most important weapon is the consolidation of Russian society and the attitude towards the Motherland as demonstrated by you and those with whom you serve," Putin said at recent Kremlin meeting to celebrate the winners of the "Leaders of Russia" contest.

"It's our most important, most powerful weapon. Those people who expected to suppress us with the help of economic sanctions, they did not take this into account; to understand this, you must be a citizen of the Russian Federation, to be part of our culture."

The West might have nuclear weapons, but Russia has the nuclear family, which in the end will win every single time over whatever it is the West is heralding as important these days.

"The nuclear family is something that the West can't comprehend," one commenter wrote.

"National unity and patriotism are both utterly demonized in the West," wrote another.

"Coming from western Europe, I had the privilege to visit Russia some times during the recent years," said another. "Experiencing the culture and attitude – I have never felt so welcome in another country before. Russia, keep being what you are. See you soon again."

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