By Joe Hoft
Published September 29, 2022 at 6:15 pm 423 Comments
Retired Virginia State Senator and former Marine Helicopter Pilot, career JAG Officer and Chief of the Army Criminal Law Division, Col. Richard Black, (USA Ret.) drafted a warning on the horror of nuclear war and shared it with the US Congress. He discussed it today at TGP.
On Tuesday, retired Col. Richard Black drafted an open letter to members of US Congress on the horrors of nuclear Armageddon being pushed by the globalists in response to Russian actions in Ukraine.
Below is his message and warning regarding the ease with which globalists are recommending the use of nuclear weapons against Russia.
Ukraine Open Letter to Congress 9 27 22 by Jim Hoft on Scribd
Col. Richard H. Black, (USA Ret.) discussed in an interview with TGP his early years in the Marines. He described how he volunteered for duty in Vietnam as a helicopter pilot.
Col. Black has a storied history. He explained that he flew 269 combat missions as a helicopter pilot in Vietnam. He also fought on the ground with the First Marine Division and was wounded with both of his radio men killed during an attack.
Col. Black later went to law school and was a career Judge Advocate Officer (JAG) and eventually became the Chief of the Army Criminal Law Division in the Office of the Judge Advocate General at the Pentagon.
Col. Black went on to become a Virginia State Senator.
Today Col. Black is concerned with the ease that individuals are throwing around the ‘nuclear’ word like no big deal. Black shared that Russia has thousands of nuclear warheads. He says you can’t just do a strike on Russian warheads and not expect a response and a nuclear war with catastrophic results.
Col. Black discussed the US’s intervention into Ukraine under Obama with Victoria Nuland’s involvement in the coup to replace the government there.
Col. Black discussed the rationale for Russia’s response in Ukraine, remembering the US’s reaction to the Cuban missile crisis. Col. Black mentioned being a kid and seeing the largest deployment of military equipment he’s ever seen heading towards Miami during the crisis. America didn’t want nuclear warheads 90 miles off the Florida coast and Russia didn’t want nuclear warheads in Ukraine.
This was a moving and amazing interview with an American hero.
Below is Retired Col. and former State Senator Richard Black’s interview with TGP regarding the horror of nuclear war.
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