Nuclear Threat Initiative

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Group.png Nuclear Threat Initiative  
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FormationJanuary 2001
Founder• Sam Nunn
• Ted Turner
InterestsWMD
Membership• Ernest J. Moniz
• Des Browne
• Joan Rohlfing
• Hamad Alkaabi
• Brooke D. Anderson
• Alexey Arbatov
• Edmund G. Brown Jr
• Rolf Ekéus
• Gideon Frank
• Margaret A. Hamburg
• Jon M. Huntsman Jr.
• Igor S. Ivanov
• Riaz Mohammad Khan
• Jeong H. Kim
• Michael G. Mullen
• Ronald L. Olson
• Michael A. Peterson
• Malcolm Rifkind
• Ray Rothrock
• Louis Salkind
• Laura Turner Seydel
• Nathalie Tocci
• Alexa Wesner
• Peng Yuan

A think tank funded by billionaire population reduction enthusiast Ted Turner. Despite professing a strong desire of peace, it participates in some of the darker sides of deep state planning exercises.

Official Narrative

The Nuclear Threat Initiative (NTI) was founded in January 2001 as a result of concerns expressed to former Senator Sam Nunn in the spring of 2000 by CNN founder R. E. Ted Turner that "the threat from nuclear weapons had fallen off most people's radar screens after the end of the Cold War." Turner asked Nunn's assistance in assessing "whether a private organization could make a difference." NTI is "supported by a pledge from Mr. Turner and other private contributions." NTI has obligated more than $37 million in program awards and grants.

People

The Board of Directors (top, right) is per March 2022.[1]

 

Events carried out

EventLocationDescription
A Spreading PlagueGermany
Munich
2019 Munich Security Conference
Tabletop simulation of a global biological warfare attack predicting an apocalyptic outcome. Included several senior pandemic planners. Held February 2019.
Preventing Global Catastrophic Biological RisksGermany
Munich Security Conference
Munich
Simulation of a global influenza pandemic predicting an apocalyptic outcome. Held February 2020, with a who-is-who of pandemic planners. Held February 2020.


References