Countries in Possession of Missiles

November 19, 2004

Dear Friends, Members, and Supporters,

In the past few days, the world has taken notice of countries claiming the possession of nuclear ballistic missiles. “The United States has intelligence that Iran is working to adapt missiles to deliver a nuclear weapon.” – Santiago, Chile, Secretary of State Colin L. Powell, November 17, 2004.

“President Vladimir Putin told a conference of top military officials Wednesday that Russia was planning to deploy a nuclear missile of a kind that other nuclear powers were unlikely to develop.” – Moscow, Russia, Washington Post, November 17, 2004.

However, one can not exclude the ominous leadership of North Korea from the quotes above, whose several nuclear ballistic missiles today can strike United States soil as well as many other nations. The most troubling aspect of this dilemma is the reality of North Korea’s unmitigated proliferation of ballistic and nuclear technologies to other nations and entities around the world, specifically the Middle East.

We as a nation and as a world need to do everything we can to prevent proliferation and deploy protection. We are humbly reminded that all of us are still completely vulnerable to a nuclear missile attack.

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