“In the future it will be a question of finding a way to reduce the population. We will start with the old man, because once he is over 60-65 years old, man lives longer than he produces and it costs society dearly. Then the weak and then the useless who do not contribute anything to society because there will be more and more, and especially finally the stupid. Euthanasia directed at these groups; euthanasia must be an essential instrument of our future societies, in all cases. Of course, we will not be able to execute people or organize camps. We will get rid of them by making them believe that it is for their own good. Too large a population, and for the most part unnecessary, is something economically too expensive. Socially, it is also much better for the human machine to stop abruptly rather than gradually deteriorate.
We won’t be able to pass intelligence tests on millions and millions of people, you can imagine! We will find something or cause it; a pandemic that targets certain people, a real economic crisis or not, a virus that will affect the old or the elderly, it does not matter, the weak and the fearful will succumb. The stupid will believe it and ask to be treated. We will have taken care of having planned the treatment, a treatment that will be the solution.
The selection of idiots will therefore be done by itself: they will go to the slaughterhouse alone. “
― Jacques Attali (Brief History of the Future 1981)
Advisor to former President of France François Mitterrand
Research shows Fukushima’s numerous nuclear meltdowns and ongoing radioactive fallout effects are the same as a nuclear war. A nuclear war was never going to blow up the plant. It is however, the nuclear fallout that destroys life incrementally over time…
Oceans losing oxygen at unprecedented rate, experts warn
Sharks, tuna, marlin and other large fish at risk from spread of ‘dead zones’, say scientists
Fukushima Disappearing? Tomioka 2019 – the dead end at the “difficult to return” zone. One side of the street is in the repatriation zone; the other, behind the red and white barriacade, is in the exclusion zone. Can you see the difference?
How did the disgusting omnicidal Nuclear Industry survive this long ? Well it could only exist because media university’s govt infiltration by nuclear inbreeds has gone unchallenged… Those days are over scumbags.
It has been 8 years since the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station was attacked by a huge tsunami caused by Tohoku Pacific Ocean earthquake on March 11 2011. Researchers claim the fallout from the disaster is still effecting the environment even today…
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A South Korean lawmaker has called for import restrictions on Japanese processed foods from areas affected by the 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster. Citing reports from the food safety ministry earlier today, Kim Kwang-su said thirty-five cases of high levels of radiation were found in roughly sixteen-thousand imports from regions surrounding the power plant.
To produce food for export to other countries in a highly radioactive environment is an unconscionable crime. An insidious crime against humanity, and all living organisms. You have every right to ban everything from Japan. In fact, you have a moral obligation to do it. The country needs be sanctioned – It has to be done. They have no right to poison the rest of us.
Join us in this full day event to raise funds for the incredible expenses of this operation and to continue marine research . Dana’s passion for the sea & this mission is more about being anti-omnicide, anti-ecocide & just plain humane because of the nuclear plague…
Every time you hear someone mentioning cesium, realize it’s like getting your teeth kicked down your throat when they tell you that. Cesium is just a tracer that’s easily detected. What they fail to mention is their daughters and all the other deadly man-made isotopes that come along with it that are right there, and will be here for hundreds of thousands of years.
Are you in a city that gets a Million Counts of Radiation a Week? First, how on earth are you going to find out? That is a secret, isn’t it? Radiation?
(Cs)Caesium-137, Caesium-134 & Iodine-131 are the most commonly referred to radioactive elements we hear about because they are relatively easy to detect “tracers.” That is to say: When present, there are it’s daughters & any of the 1,946 known radioactive Isotopes floating around in the atmosphere out of some 3000 we know of.. Their killer attack on your body’s trillions of cells never ceases. It did not used to be that way y’know – back in the day.
Tellurium-128 is the longest known half-life decay rate to date at 10³⁰ seconds: A verrry long time & that can change too as new isotopes are being discovered because of Fukushima’s China Syndrome. Until recently a “yoda” 10²⁸ described the largest number normally used. Today, two new prefixes have been added “xona” 10²⁹ & “weca” 10³⁰ to compensate for the large numbers computers calculate – measuring the rad is just a bonus. https://iupac.org/iupac-is-naming-the-four-new-elements-nihonium-moscovium-tennessine-and-oganesson/
Kevin Blanch – Leukemia survivor & nuclear activist has proposed #Fuktonium as one of the many unnamed radioactive isotopes discovered since 3/11. Quite apropos. ?
As United States Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld stated in response to a question about links to government involvement & WMD’s.
“Reports that say that something hasn’t happened are always interesting to me, because as we know, there are known knowns; there are things we know we know. We also know there are known unknowns; that is to say we know there are some things we do not know. But there are also unknown unknowns – the ones we don’t know we don’t know. And if one looks throughout the history of our country and other free countries, it is the latter category that tend to be the difficult ones”
With the recent announcement to finally close the oldest reactor in America, Oyster Creek New Jersey the concern is what to do with the dismantled radioactive parts & waste – including the ground it sat on since it came online in December of 1969? No one really want’s it & no one is clear on what will happen to it all. Investigative journalist Paul Derienzo joins RT about Oyster Creek’s Shutdow
Oyster Creek nuclear power plant to shut down
Published on September 17, 2018 by Dave Kovaleski
…Several factors impacted this decision including local water safety concerns and an $800 million price tag to install cooling towers to meet new environmental standards.
Oyster Creek was one of four nuclear power reactors in New Jersey along with Salem Generating Station Units 1 and 2 and Hope Creek Nuclear Generating Station Unit 1. Oyster Creek represented about 15 percent of the state’s nuclear capacity and about 7 percent of total electricity production.
Oyster Creek is the sixth nuclear power plant to shut down in the past five years. There are now 98 operating nuclear reactors at 59 plants in the United States. However, 12 more reactors are scheduled to retire within the next seven years.
With the hazards these reactors pose, you have to ask: “Are these risks & expense really necessary?”
All plants leak all of the time. Some more than others like the Cando reactors in Canada which relies on recycling highly tritiated water. A subject you hear little about because any scientist worth his salt knows the dangers of tritium & the industries PR machine would rather it remain a Rumsfield “unknown”.
These are just a few ways we’re being nuked everyday & it’s no wonder lame stream sticks to talking points when faced with the doom & gloom reality radiation poses as a very real threat. Just ask the sailors of the USS Ronald Reagan.
US sailors prepare for fresh legal challenge over Fukushima radiation
The bottom line is the amount of radiation we’re being subjected to is way too much.
#YRTW no.35 is Your Radiation This Week
Again no big surprise to see Colorado Springs climb to new highs at 58,002,494 CPM YTD making it the number one hotspot in the country.
YTD is short for Year to Date. It means January 1 of the current year to today. CPM is short for Counts Per Minute.
Source RadNet Gamma radiation readings are taken hourly throughout the year. Radiation covers the US like a deadly blanket.
That’s 8,760 cpm Counts on each city listed in a year; local radioactive counts are recorded every minute. That’s 8,784 cpm count hourly reports in a Leap Year.
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"I think the subject which will be of most importance politically is mass psychology....Although this science will be diligently studied, it will be rigidly confined to the governing class. The populace will not be allowed to know how its convictions were generated."
-- Bertrand Russell in The Impact of Science on Society
“Beware the leader who bangs the drums of war in order to whip the citizenry into a patriotic fervor, for patriotism is indeed a double-edged sword. It both emboldens the blood, just as it narrows the mind.And when the drums of war have reached a fever pitch and the blood boils with hate and the mind has closed, the leader will have no need in seizing the rights of the citizenry. Rather, the citizenry, infused with fear and blinded by patriotism, will offer up all of their rights unto the leader and gladly so.How do I know? For this is what I have done. And I am Caesar.”
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