The following is a poem written by a 6th grade student in 1962. I found it yesterday in a stack of papers left behind in a garage by a teacher, who died decades ago.
Oh, to be an atom Having so much power. Why, when a single neutron hits me Boom! How the people cower!
War has brought us more trouble than triumph, and the military has brought us more debt than defense. [...]
Joining Pamela Rae Schuffert, the anti-semitic writer Jim Stone wants Americans to start spying on Jews in their neighborhoods, just in case they’re about to launch a nuclear attack. [...]
In two days’ time, we will all know whether Al Cuppett and Pamela Rae Schuffert really have special knowledge about a secret plot to wipe out U.S. cities. Either nuclear bombs will explode, or they won’t. [...]
I don’t know Pamela Rae Schuffert personally, but the more I read what she writes, the more convinced I become that she genuinely believes that there really are shadowy defectors from the U.S. military and the NWO leadership who speak to her, giving her alone the information needed to stop terrible attacks from taking place. [...]
The government of the United States of America announced today that it has flown B-2 bomber aircraft, capable of attacking with some of America’s many thousands of nuclear weapons, close to the borders of North Korea. The purpose, says the U.S. military, is to warn North Koreans that the USA is capable of launching a [...]
The United States of America does not have a strong moral footing for engaging in a military attack against Iran in order to prevent the construction of a nuclear weapon there. [...]
Here in the United States, unlike in North Korea, our federal government is established and maintained through democratic elections. The American people have, for generations, endorsed the policy of nuclear brinksmanship. [...]
The issue isn’t what’s happening in Syria at the moment. It isn’t cutting spending. The issue is nuclear weapons. Too many members of Congress favor the expansion of America’s nuclear weapons, and don’t care to even try to control the spread of nuclear weapons out of Russia. [...]
When you look at this photograph of a U.S. military bulldozer, do you presume that it’s being used to cover up evidence of secret nuclear weapons tests? [...]
One ninth of America’s nuclear weapons went offline last week. Why don’t we make that condition permanent? [...]