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#21 Ghostwriter

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Posted 21 January 2014 - 08:11 PM

From Fred Caplan:

 

“The New START accord cuts the strategic nuclear arsenals on each side to 1,550 warheads. Can any of its critics make a case that our security would be imperiled if, the very next day, Obama and Medvedev made moves to take the levels down to 1,000—then to 500?

If so, come show us the math. If not, it may be time to stop making arms control so politically complicated—time to stop letting arms control get in the way of disarmament.”

 

The reason the disarmament talks don't amount to disarmament is because disarmament is insanity. Those proponents of disarmament of the superpowers are oblivious to the exact number of organizations and people that have bombs. If atom bombs were real lots of private individuals and interest groups would have them too.

 

The type of disarmament proposals that neglect to factor in the exact number of physics package owners is nothing but laundering non-existant bombs into oblivion, out-of-sight-out-of-mind.


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Posted 02 February 2014 - 06:34 AM

A dump load in Japan (Fukushima) was inundated with the waters of a tsunami. What is a dump load?

 

A dump load is a place where the surplus energy of the electrical distribution grid is boiled off, a grid stabilizer. Serious equipment damage can result for a failure to use these current equalizers.

 

The atomic hoaxsters pretending they are generating electricity instead of dumping it say the kettle-type elements in the core are actually uranium bars.

 

They call these nuclear reactors which suggests they are commercially-viable nuclear energy production plants.

 

So, what is the fallout when a kettle is submerged in tsunami induced floodwaters, not much.

 

Wildlife on the surface as in Chernobyl or submerged in Japan makes no difference, boiling water is only harmful if you get scalded by it.

 

Is an exploding dump load possible, yes, of course. The pressure is real and the heat is real but the nuclear part is bogus.

 

How hard is it to create a media frenzy over non-existant irradiated wildlife? Easy as pie.

 

Not a single fallout scenario presented by the atomic hoaxsters has ever been independently authenticated. The reports all have state ties. The same states that have a great deal of interest, monetary and others, to promulgate the frightning fallout warnings.

 

The nuclear reactor hoax is another of those big shrouded industries where all involved are bonded to silence in Draconian national security protocols and heavily compartmentalized.


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#23 Ghostwriter

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Posted 02 February 2014 - 06:47 AM

The surplus energy from the electrical distribution grids are directed to these dump loads where they pass through a computerized system of sensors and arrays that report the opposite of what is really going on. The energy flowing in is reported as energy flowing out for the sake of the operators and supervisors. The surplus energy drive the big pumps that cool the core where they boil off the surplus energy in huge kettle-like elements.

 

The cooling is critical. Without it at the wrong moment the result can be an explosion. That is what really happened at Chernobyl, a dump load exploded because something went wrong wiith the cooling at a high-dumping time when the core is glowing red hot with incoming electricity.

 

So, what you see coming out of those towers is the steam representing the surpluses your electricity provider needs to hide to keep domestic rates very high.

 

You see, the energy efficiency initiatives of the last several decades paid off big time while the means of production of electricity were still geared for high volume output meaning the need to dump overproduction becomes greater. Admitting to these surpluses would have forced domestic rates way down.

 

Instead, they lie about shortages and call dump loads nuclear reactors. The classic double-whammy ripoff for the conscientious and hard working energy efficient consumer.

 

Surely a dump load is not worth 5 billion dollars yet under the assumed nuclear facade they can justify charging that much and keeping the surpluses we earned secret to keep the domestic electrical bill exhorbitantly high.

 

Questions?


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Posted 02 February 2014 - 06:59 AM

The so-called Nuclear powered sea vessels and submarines are powered by Stirling Cycle engines. They are extremely quiet, they run on many types of heat sources and in the case of submarines they do not produce exhaust fumes nor do they require air to breath. How easy would it be to put a guard in front of a room containing a sealed Stirling Engine and a nuclear warning sign and call that a nuclear powered vessel? Easy as pie when the lie is protected by national security protocols and compartmentalized to the extreme. The hoaxster's paradise in fact. Beware of illusions.

 

They can steal your land from you under the guise of fallout dangers like they did in Japan recently. They expropriate and expel landowners to mine for unranium that will never be used to power a single thing. They use false reactors to start wars. By saying you can build a non-existant atom bomb from non-existant commercially-viable nuclear energy production they can start major wars and kill millions of people.

 

How would you feel finding out your uncle, aunt, father, mother, and loved ones were expropriated from their land for uranium mining or killed in a war over that non-existant duo of big lies?


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#25 Ghostwriter

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Posted 02 February 2014 - 07:03 AM

Where are the nuclear batteries to power our portable electronics or the micro reactor to give your home one hundred years of really cheap nuclear energy? Why do so-called reactors blackout at the same time conventional production plants blackout? Because the claim to commercially-viable nuclear energy production is another big fat lie by the same tribally-affiliated criminals that brought you our other big lies and massive treasury rapes.


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#26 Ghostwriter

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Posted 02 February 2014 - 07:14 AM

Here is another good one they expect we will believe.

 

They tell us that they have tactical submarines armed with a dozen or so nuclear missiles. Each missile, according to these boastful fakers are capable of taking out entire cities.

 

They tell us there are failsafes to prevent a rogue submarine captain from seizing control of the sub and ordinance and becoming a big problem.

 

What kind of problem could a rogue commander in those circumstances represent?

 

Just imagine how long it would take him to wipe out every major city on the globe by surfacing, striking, submerging and reappearing again for a fresh shot.

 

Now, lets get real here folks, what kind of confidence does one need to have in their failsafe technology to allow that risk to exist? I will tell you, the kind of confidence you get knowing the atomic claims are bogus.

 

Which supports my earlier assertion that if the atom bombs had worked the scientists involved would have been disposed of (suicided or accidented to death) and the plans buried deep.

 

The ruling elites stir up so much hatred and despotism that even the slightest chance a weapon like that might fall in the hands of a group badly savaged by these elites, well, the elites would lose everything, control, money, property, everything. They would have never allowed that.


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Posted 02 February 2014 - 05:00 PM

I SUPPOSE FUKUSHIMA IS AN HOAX,,,,,OR AT LEAST A GOOD FILM... :clap:  :Bad:

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#28 Ghostwriter

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Posted 03 February 2014 - 09:34 AM

Next a military futurist explores war in the 21st Century;

 

 

 

A global pandemic finds millions swarming across the U.S. border. Major U.S. cities are leveled by black-market nukes.

 

In light of the evidence we are now starting to face the fact that nukes, black market or under elitist control, will never represent a threat because they simply don't exist.

 

Although this reality may sooth our fears for the extinction of life on this planet it will not save a city, any city, from total devastation using conventional weapons like Daisey-cutter thermobaric bombs deployed by swarms of high-tech precision bombers, potentially unmanned also. Those implosion devices can easily "level" a city and terrorize whats left of a choatic uprising back to order. Put-the-cattle-back-in-the-pen so-to-speak.

 

 

 

China's growing civil unrest ignites a global showdown.

 

I have read somewhere that you could shoot down every Chinese soldier coming at you in a single file and you would shoot until you died of old age and they would still keep coming. That can almost be called a weapon of mass destruction that still exists even while nukes are exposed as frauds.

 

The fun part about the time I believed atom bombs existed was the comfort of knowing I would not have to suffer very long. Exposing the atom bomb hoax brings us back, full circle, to the long drawn out nightmares of conventional warfare. The only thing different now is that we do not have the means at our convenience to destroy all life on earth quickly and practically.

 

 

 

Pakistan's collapse leads to a hunt for its nuclear weapons.

 

And the realization that they do not exist. They will need a "Plan B" so-to-speak.

 

 

 

What if the worst that could happen actually happens? How would we respond? Are we ready?

 

If the author of this quote is referring to a global nuclear holocaust of mankind as the model for his worst case scenario then why is he worried about responding to that? Isn't it the "responding" that would have led to the worst case scenario? How do you get ready for a potential extinction of man and a total sacking of his global environment?

 

I think the worst case scenario with the highest likelyhood is that the global population numbers will keep climbing exponentially until a time when we drown in our own filth.


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Posted 03 February 2014 - 01:34 PM

I was just wondering if you had presented your theory in Japan. There are some people there who have strong feelings about nuclear explosions. Personally, I don't care what you think.


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Posted 04 February 2014 - 12:52 AM

So, how did the Japanese feel about the atomic bombing of Hiroshima?

 

From :

 

Hiroshima, the Top News Story That Wasn't
by Humberto Marquez

 

 

 

On Aug. 7, 1945, newspapers in Japan merely printed short articles reporting that B-29 planes had dropped incendiary bombs on Hiroshima, causing some damage.

 

Oops, the truth slipped out before McArthur and his crews censored the information coming in and out of Japan. Note also the reference to more than one bomber.

 

 

 


By the summer of 1946, the censorship office in Japan had grown to the extent that it employed 6,000 people, who pored over and listened in on all kinds of communication, from letters and telephone conversations to movies and billboards. The press was censored both prior to and after publication.

 

In the midst of such widespread censorship of Japan the United States could have claimed a gigantic fire breathing dragon had wasted Hiroshima and Nagasaki and make that story the official record.


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Posted 04 February 2014 - 01:01 AM

Some Japanese witnesses claim the birds were exploding in mid-flight when the atom bomb detonated.

 

They don't explain how the blinding light that would have preceded the shockwave and heat failed to blind them.

 

In the photographs of post-bombing Hiroshima published in the official records the streets are clean, no exploded bird carcasses on any streets.

 

Of course the birds hightailed out of the area when the B-29 swarms darkened the sky, roaring Wright 3350s thundered out the arrrival of a major firestorm.


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Posted 04 February 2014 - 01:20 AM

Did North Korea fake a nuke test?

 

Every nuke test was a fake. A successful nuke test will never take place.

 

 

 

You know Brad, what I see now is the same reaction I got as when I
declared here the first time here on Usenet that there was no
Holocaust or moon travel...

 

Isn't that the oddest thing, most people that believe in one big lie as being the truth will also believe several other big lies out there. I think the problem is not a misplaced faith in the integrity of the claims made but rather a blind faith in anything the governing elites and their puppets declare. A lot of people come out of state public schools after 12 years of learning how to think inside the box that they believe things without really knowing why the thing is believable. An indoctrinated emotional attachment to the false claim.


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Posted 04 February 2014 - 01:30 AM

...Yet more I read about... "disarmament's"... "reduction`s"... etc...
yet more
I think it`s same old bogus... like "HollowRoast".. "Enos on the
Moon"..
.."Global Warming"... "PigFlu"... "Finance-Crisis"... etc...

 

If a person really believes in atomic bombs he will have a natural inclination to wish they would all go away.

 

Is it possible that the atomic hoaxsters created disarmament movements that would one day be used to launder away those lies?

 

Can the hoaxsters really stand up and say they have dismantled and buried the atom bombs worldwide? What would happpen to the doctrine of deterrence?

 

What nation said to possess these weapons would want to expose themselves to the ravages of conventional world war?


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Posted 04 February 2014 - 01:41 AM

Not only were journalists unable to exercise their right to obtain information - in this specific case, on the atomic bombs and their effects - but freedom of speech was also curtailed as they were not allowed to print what information they did come across.

 

Only world-class liars and cheats would need to exert such extreme control over the information flowing out of Hiroshima and Nagasaki and most of Japan.


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Posted 04 February 2014 - 03:59 AM

Firebombs would not leave radioactivity,

 

What radioactivity? Oleanders were growing wild all over Hiroshima just one week after the bombing.

 

What about shock waves, don't atom bombs produce them? Multitudes of trees were still standing with their fine branch extremities intact. Many underground pipes were undamaged.

 

What about electromagnetic pulse, don't atom bombs produce those? Instead of vast inventories of burntout trolleycar motors we find them operating normally days after.

 

Where are the historical seismograms showing a single intense shock at 8:15?

 

and don't produce a single, mushroom cloud.

 

High altitude explosions do not create mushroom clouds.

 

Also, the Enola Gay was all alone.

 

The next day after the bombing the Japanese newspapers reported an incendiary raid involving more than one bomber.

 

The Japs thought it was a weather plane before the bomb was dropped.

 

The Japanese saw the huge swarm of incoming bombers. The US censorship machine running Japan post-war removed those testimonials from public sig

ht.

 

Fire bombs would have required a fleet.

 

I estimate 150 B-29s. The ordinance was M-69 Aimable Cluster firebombs.


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Posted 04 February 2014 - 04:08 AM

The aftermath of a nuclear explosion is something,very unique.defiantly different to that of large scale fire bombings.

 

Should be but was not. The bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki are exactly the same as the incendiary raid on Tokyo 6 months earlier. Aerial photos show the same ordinance signature. No shockwave, no radiation, petrol-induced sickness and cancers, black rain,  streets clear of any debris, small charred trees still standing with their fine extremities intact.

 

The only remakable difference between the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki compared to the multitudes of other M-69 raids across Japan is that the US gagged that vanquished country and fraudulently labelled the damage in those two cities as atomb bomb induced. They had the means, the motives and opportunities to create another massive and extremely lucrative lie.


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Posted 04 February 2014 - 05:59 AM

Hiroshima was mostly unscathed from the war, and the U.S. wanted to make a bold statement to the rest of the world.

 

The reason it had remained unscathed is because they were going to use that city to stage a bogus atomic raid and lethally evict hundreds of thousands under the shroud of war from prime land about to undergo massive commercial expansion. Voiding those land deeds in Japanese traditional law would have been extremely complex and costly. Not surprising that the man leading these murderous incendiary raids against Japan, General Curtis LeMay, would later be honored with an Emperor's medal for services rendered to Japan by a foreigner, The Grand Cordon of the Rising Sun. They gave it to him in Tokyo on the anniversary of Pearl Harbour, hows that for hubris and tribal arrogance?

 

 

 

This atomic bomb had yet to be tested, and many scientists feared it would malfunction.

 

On that question where is the backup plan to that mission? Were they planning on marching into Hiroshima or Nagasaki demanding the immediate return of their dud bomb? Were they the slightest bit concerned that the dogs of war they unleashed on Hiroshima miight come back to bite them? Of course not. You only need an alternate plan when the weapon is real. Fake atom bombs always go off as scheduled without exception so no need for a "plan B".


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Posted 04 February 2014 - 06:20 AM

Picture yourself sitting at a conference table where a discussion group is examining potential carriers to deliver a radical and totally mind-boggling new billion dollar bomb.

 

What are the prime concerns here?

 

Does the carrier need to be fast? Not really.

 

Does the carrier need to be heavily armed? Not necessarily, an armed escort can be factored in if absolutely unavoidable.

 

Does the carrier need to be reliable? Absolutely.

 

I estimate that reliability of the carrier that would transport this precious cargo would have to be the deciding factor.

 

B29...wtf! 2000 modifications to the original engine design over the years, 50,000 numbered parts that could fail.

 

That plane was plagued by some of the worst reliability issues of the war. Their engines overheated and caught fire, pressurization of the cabin was another common problem. The web is rife with sites exposing the incredible unreliability of the B29.

 

For example:

 

June 15, 1944 mission

68 B29

47 hit the target area

4 aborted with mechanical problems

4 crashed

6 jettisoned bombs, mechanical problems

 

 

As far as a swarm is concerned I suppose the Air Force considered these losses of assets acceptible. How acceptable are they when a formidable and unique physics package must be delivered thousands of miles? Much of that distance over some of the deepest parts of the South Pacific waters.

 

Would shipping it by naval vessel be more reliable, sail the package right into one of Hiroshima's multiple deltas? If it was my choice I would prefer that over any B29.

 

Would shipping by submarine be reliable? That would have been my choice because I would have detonated at ground level to create a powerful precursor wave.

 

Shipping by B29 tells me the story is suspect and should be appproached with caution. The record defies common sense to the point of being absurd.


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Posted 04 February 2014 - 07:24 AM

The Emperor of postwar Japan, a remorseless homicidal SOB.

 

That tribally-affiliated trash and his affiliates in the US bombed the heck out of the Japanes populations because the US found innaceptible that Japan keep it's emperor after the war. Instead of accepting the condition of keeping the emperor at the start when they asked they roasted a few thousand more before they accepted the condition.

 

Here we have this remorseless leader who's armed forces launched a massive raid on Pearl Harbour. Instead of killing himself in  shame for having invited this wrath of fire from the skies that consumed untold numbers of his constituents he plays the premadonna having a hissy fit to keep his throne after the war. No remorse that the oldest spy networks in Japan operating outside had failed to see the potential dire consequences and refuse to attack Pearl.

 

Then inviting the leader of the raids that killed so many of the Emperor's subjects to a ceremony in Tokyo where the Emperor gives him a medal of recognion for services rendered. A ceremony held at the Pearl Harbour anniversary. In the least he (the Emperor) should have been checked into a mental hospital.

 

Actually, the Emperor was quite sane given the fact that these wars are genocide masquerading as failed diplomacy. That explains all the madness and the medal to General Curtis LeMay.


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Posted 04 February 2014 - 07:33 AM

This secret meeting in the Garden Room was actually the first military strategy session of the United Nations, because it was dedicated to its mission of exploding the world's first atomic weapon on a living population.

 

I see the tribally-affiliated leadership elites secretly discussing the upcoming atom bomb hoax in Japan. Discussing strategies in case the plan backfires. President Truman took no chances, he was in the middle of the ocean on a battleship when Hiroshima was staged.


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