26 December 2017 — Global Research
During time of mourning or fear of grave existential threats, the human psyche is quite capable of denying and ignoring likely and imminent dangers. President Trump raised the prospect of venturing into a nuclear war with North Korea. It is essential that some of us counter this propensity. In nuclear war there are blast, firestorm and radiation effects and no first responders or infrastructure to assist the survivors. This is the time to face the prevention of the unthinkable.