Russia Makes Deal to Sell the Father of All Bombs to Iran

By: Lance Winslow

The United States does not need Nuclear Weapons to shock and awe anyone, for we now have the MOAB or Mother of All Bombs. Well, Russia recently detonated what they call the FOAB or Father of All Bombs. Isn’t this rhetorical display of force somewhat ridiculous? Now Russia says it will sell the weapon to nation-states, which need it, like Iran.

However, very soon Iran will have nuclear weapons and no longer need the FOAB from Russia. Apparently, Iran figures that either the FOAB or nuclear weapons will assist them in their efforts to disrupt Western Civilization, thru proxy attacks using International Terrorist organizations. We know that Iran already funds Hezbollah 100 million dollars per year, so what is a few more bombs like the FOAB.

The FOAB is a dual bomb weapon, where the first explosion sends out incendiary material, the second one ignites it, and the result is an ominous shock wave that is ten times larger than even the MOAB, US version or the Mother of all Bombs. If this is not enough to shake, rattle and roll you consider such devices in cargo containers of trucks with a secondary device, such as a large missile to ignite the entire thing, the devastation would be unimaginable by previous human standards.

Why does this need to be discussed? Well, because there are those who believe that anyone not belonging to a certain faith is an infidel, about 5 Billion people in all, and these folks are at severe risk when radicals start yielding such high-powered weapons. This is why pre-emption now, will save the world from a future that no one wants shoved down their throats. For more information on the FOAB see this news article; The non-nuclear devastating FOAB:

L. Winslow is an Economic Advisor to the Online Think Tank, a Futurist and retired entrepreneur Currently he is planning a bicycle ride across the US to raise money for charity and is sponsored by and all the proceeds will go to various charities who sign up.

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