WATCH: Russia Begins Mass Production of "Unstoppable" Hypersonic Missiles

We're falling behind in the current arms race and that puts us in danger.

Earlier this year we reported on China successfully launching hypersonic missiles that can escape radar detection and can travel across the world.

It used to be the case that we Americans were safe over here on our own little "island" away from most of the rest of the world and our enemies. They didn't have the capability to launch weapons that could harm us. That's no longer the case and now another country has hypersonic missiles...Russia.

According to UK Sun,

MASS production of Russia’s terrifying Zircon hypersonic missile has begun, as tensions with the West mount.

The Kremlin boasts that the 6670mph weapon – which carries a conventional or nuclear warhead – is “unstoppable”.

Russia’s relations with the West remain deeply strained amid concerns that thousands of their troops amassed on Ukraine’s border are a prelude to an all-out invasion.

Ukraine’s spy chiefs said they believe a full-scale invasion is planned in the New Year.

The go-ahead for full-scale production of Zircon at a top-secret plant near Moscow follows recent successful tests of the missile.

Most recently, there was a successful test of the hypersonic missile from a frigate in the White Sea on 18 November.

I'm going to be quite honest, I think that there needs to be a universal agreement among countries to not use these insane weapons, or to even have them. I think that goes for the United States as well. These are weapons that could destroy the entire world.

Thre really does need to be world peace. I don't think that we're anywhere near the point in which there is a threat of a nuclear war or threat of an attack on our country by a foreign government, but it's not guaranteed not to happen once countries like Iran start messing around trying to "wipe Israel off the map".

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