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Monday, August 15, 2011

Fukushima, Japan Nuclear holocaust - 60 Minutes Australia report

In may last News Update. Prepare for Economic Collapse and War - Part 2 I referred to Fukushima as a Nuclear holocaust on a scale far greater than Hiroshima, Nagasaki and Chernobyl combined. The following report from 60 Minutes Australia confirms that Fukushima will keep killing for centuries if not longer, so no on living today can actually calculate the exact number of victims this tragedy will eventually claim. Yet the Mainstream media for the most part ignores this story and their silence is taken by people to mean that all is well, that the problem has gone away. Tragically for the people of Fukushima and the people of Japan, and on a lesser scale for the rest of the world this problem will not go away for generations.

60 Minutes Australia Report: Japan using Fukushima people as human Guinnea Pigs

Children of Chernobyl (WARNING: Graphic)


Incidentally a large region of Belarus was sacrificed to protect Moscow after the Chernobyl accident. This is probably the greatest evidence of weather modification as the radioactive cloud was diverted away from Moscow towards Belarus. This story broke some years after Chernobyl and was widely reported in the European media and even in a BBC documentary. The Soviet response to this disaster was remarkable, far more sophisticated than anything in Japan so far.

UK Telegraph article: 'How we made the Chernobyl rain'

Russian military pilots have described how they created rain clouds to protect Moscow from radioactive fallout after the Chernobyl nuclear disaster in 1986.Major Aleksei Grushin repeatedly took to the skies above Chernobyl and Belarus and used artillery shells filled with silver iodide to make rain clouds that would "wash out" radioactive particles drifting towards densely populated cities.More than 4,000 square miles of Belarus were sacrificed to save the Russian capital from the toxic radioactive material.

Playing God with the weather: BBC Documentary

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