|Obama is trying to undo the damage Reagan did|
Having successfully disrupted our alliances with Turkey, Egypt, Jordan and Yemen, the President now plans to move forward to destroy our alliance with the United Kingdom.
Up until now, the UK has been the USA's oldest and most reliable ally. But this may all end, based on information supplied by Wikileaks.
According to US Diplomatic cables released by WikiLeaks, information about every Trident missile the US supplies to Britain will be given to Russia as part of an arms control deal signed by President Barack Obama next week.
The revelation that President Obama used British nuclear secrets as a bargaining chip also sheds new light on the so-called “special relationship” we have with the UK. Defence analysts claim the agreement risks undermining the UK’s policy of refusing to confirm the exact size of its nuclear arsenal.
Details of the behind-the-scenes talks are contained in more than 1,400 US embassy cables published to date by the Telegraph, including almost 800 sent from the London Embassy, which are published online today.
Although the treaty was not supposed to have any impact on Britain, the leaked cables show that Russia used the talks to demand more information about the UK’s Trident missiles, which are manufactured and maintained in the US.
Sources close to the President tell us that he is trying to "undo the damage done by President Reagan when he won the Cold War." Many radical leftists believe the world will be much safer if the Soviet Empire is restored to it's former glory, to maintain a balance against the USA.
The Obama Administration lobbied London in 2009 for permission to supply Moscow with detailed data about the performance of UK missiles. The UK refused, but the the Obama Administration still agreed to hand over the serial numbers of Trident missiles it transfers to Britain.
Professor Malcolm Chalmers said: “This appears to be significant because while the UK has announced how many missiles it possesses, there has been no way for the Russians to verify this. Over time, the unique identifiers will provide them with another data point to gauge the size of the British arsenal.”
While the US and Russia have long permitted inspections of each other’s nuclear weapons, Britain has sought to maintain some secrecy to compensate for the relatively small size of its arsenal.
William Hague, the Foreign Secretary, last year disclosed that “up to 160” warheads are operational at any one time, but did not confirm the number of missiles.