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Presentation on Electromagnetic Pulse to UN, 29 April 2019

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John Hallam

Presentation on Electromagnetic Pulse

United Nations NY

29 April 2019

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MEMO TO DELEGATES TO FIRST COMMITTEE RE RISK REDUCTION, HIGH LEVEL CONF, TPNW

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 MEMO TO DELEGATES TO FIRST COMMITTEE

PEOPLE FOR NUCLEAR DISARMAMENT
www.pndnsw.org.au

HUMAN SURVIVAL PROJECT
www.facebook.com/Human-Survival-Project-388802504634024/

ABOLITION 2000 WORKING GROUP ON NUCLEAR RISK REDUCTION
http://www.abolition2000.org/en/nuclear-risk-reduction/

NUCLEAR RISK REDUCTION
HIGH LEVEL CONFERENCE ON NUCLEAR DISARMAMENT
TPNW (BAN TREATY)
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THIS should be at the top of your Political Agenda

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 15 NOV 2018

PEOPLE FOR NUCLEAR DISARMAMENT
http://www.pndnsw.org.au/

HUMAN SURVIVAL PROJECT
https://www.facebook.com/Human-Survival-Project-388802504634024/?eid=ARAlbfTPOP9RK3mdhrCkqLhgdo1kGhMdq8J9qVCuajKDLU1h32Vpd5lEuu8k8UCAwRYD0U3GMmup-eW5


PARLIAMENTARIANS AND NUCLEAR WAR RISKS – MEMO TO ALL PARLIAMENTARIANS

THIS ISSUE SHOULD BE AT THE TOP OF YOUR AGENDAS.

35 YEARS AGO THE WORLD NEARLY ENDED (TWICE). NOW, NUCLEAR WAR RISK AS IS HIGH AS IT'S EVER BEEN.

SURELY, THIS IS THE ISSUE THAT 'TRUMPS' ALL OTHER ISSUES
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More Important than who is Prime Minister

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 Dear Senator Marise Payne,

I am sending this to you in your capacity as the new minister for Foreign Affairs, not Defence.

As you are no doubt aware, the risk of nuclear war is currently estimated to be as great as it has ever been.

This is surely an issue that makes the issue of who is or isn't PM here in Australia pale into utter insignificance. Nuclear risk reduction is literally a life and death issue for civilisation and the world.

It is however an issue in which Australia can make a difference. 

I do hope you can give this potentially civilisation-ending (and even species-ending) issue the close and sustained attention it deserves.

John Hallam
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