posted on Jul, 20 2007 @ 05:51 PM
If Aleksandr Lebed was right, there might be more than 100 Russian suitcase nukes on the loose. These nukes were originally ordered by the KGB, are
now allegedly missing and probably for sale on the black market. Al Qaeda no.2, Zawahiri, said that such devices can be bought on the black market by
anyone with $10 million. For some reason, I believe him. And consider this: Litvinenko's assassination with Polonium might have been a clear message
to those who know, that such portable nuke devices might have been armed with Polonium and are now ready for use, if they are to blackmail someone.
Otherwise, no such message or warnings would be given. The blackmail could i.e. be something like: "Pull your troops out of Iraq, or we'll blow up a
couple of suitcase nukes in your city!". They might have already tested and verified that these devices work, in North Korea. It's amazing what some
people (like Mogilevich) would do for money. Do such people expect to live forever or something? What's the point having unlimited amounts of
money on your bank account if/when you're dead? Nobody lives forever. I can't see the point of having more money than you can spend in a lifetime.
But what do I know? Nothing at all. Just connecting the dots and speculate. I hope I'm wrong.