Monday, July 1, 2013

U.N. Nuclear Chief warns of 'dirty bomb' threat but dead silent on Fukushima

More action is needed to stop militants (?) acquiring plutonium or highly-enriched uranium that could be used for atomic bombs, nuclear experts and government officials said on Monday.
 Analysts say radical groups could theoretically build a crude but deadly nuclear bomb if they have the money, technical knowledge and the amount of fissile material needed.

Speaking at a meeting in Vienna, Yukiya Amano, head of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), warned against a "false sense of security" over the danger of nuclear terrorism.

Amano, holding up a small lead container said to have been  ( prop for psyop?) used try to traffic highly enriched uranium in the former Soviet Republic of Moldova two years ago, said it showed a "worrying level of knowledge on the part of the smugglers".

"This case ended well," he said. "Unfortunately, we cannot be sure if such cases are just the tip of the iceberg."


U.S. Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz repeated Washington's assertion that al Qaeda had been trying for years to obtain nuclear material for a weapon.

"Despite the strides we have made in dismantling core al Qaeda we should expect its adherents...to continue trying to achieve their nuclear ambitions," he said.


If al Qaeda were to obtain nuclear weapons or set off a so called dirty bomb, who would have provided them with the means?
Considering US/Israel/NATO are busily arming  AQ/al Nusra in Syria .....


This made my eyes pop!


An apple-sized amount of plutonium in a nuclear device and detonated in a highly populated area could instantly kill or wound hundreds of thousands of people, according to the Nuclear Security Governance Experts Group (NSGEG)lobby group.


Conundrum?
 


-A nuclear reactor is a power plant, that uses nuclear fission to eventually generate electricity.
-An atom bomb also uses nuclear fission to generate energy causing an explosion.

Both processes generate lots and lots of radiation. 

-While a nuclear reactor can never explode like an atomic bomb, an explosion can still occur.

An apple sized amount of plutonium in a dirty bomb can instantly kill or wound hundreds of thousands of people

BUT! 
Three nuclear power plants that went into complete meltdown within days is not a problem for the IAEA.  Or the world. You. Me. Our children. Our children's children. Etc.,
As mentioned in this post :

Japan's radiation disaster toll: none dead, none sick

 But a dirty bomb, the IAEA informs us, could kill and sicken 100's of thousands.

Sensing the disconnect in that narrative
The IAEA is pushing the fear meme "terrorism" for control.  But is dead silent on the nuclear holocaust of Fukushima
Why?


Fukushima # 1 reactor explodes March 12/2011






Here is the latest on Fukushima. And yes, it is still radiating the entire planet. 



Work to remove melted fuel from just one of  the three crippled reactors at Tokyo Electric Power Co.’s Fukushima No. 1 nuclear plant could start in 2020, the government and Tepco optimistically said Thursday, based on a revised, albeit vague, plan to decommission the stricken complex, a process expected to take decades.
The original melted-fuel extraction was expected to start in 2021, but the government, without elaborating, (?) believes an improvement in work efficiency can move the date forward.
Tepco, however, said an exact start date currently is hard to forecast because the position and state of the fuel in reactors 1, 2 and 3, which suffered core meltdowns, remains unclear and all the utility can do at present is try, with makeshift equipment, to keep water circulating through the damaged containment vessels to prevent further massive radioactive fallout.
Dirty bomb via AQ?
A problem.
Three nuclear reactors in total meltdown, radiating the planet? 
No problem.

Fukushima # 3- MOX reactor explodes March 14/2011




22 comments:

  1. EU questions U.S. over alleged spying: media; Secret documents show NSA spying on EU offices
    http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/world/2013-06/30/c_132498108.htm

    Swiss news reports and the sources close to the investigation said that investigators believe the technician downloaded terabytes, running into hundreds of thousands or even millions of printed pages, of classified material from the Swiss intelligence service's servers onto portable hard drives. He then carried them out of government buildings in a backpack. One of the sources familiar with the investigation said that intelligence services like the US Central Intelligence Agency and Britain's Secret Intelligence Service, also known as MI6, routinely shared data on counter-terrorism and other issues with the NDB. Swiss authorities informed US and British agencies that such data could have been compromised, the source said.
    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/europe/switzerland/9721497/Britain-and-US-alerted-over-Swiss-intelligence-breach.html

    So is the EU really surprised?

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  2. "So is the EU really surprised? "

    No

    http://www.nytimes.com/2005/12/16/politics/16program.html?_r=3&

    2005

    "Under a presidential order signed in 2002, the intelligence agency has monitored the international telephone calls and international e-mail messages of hundreds, perhaps thousands, (perhaps 100's of millions) of people inside the United States without warrants

    The previously undisclosed decision to permit some eavesdropping inside the country without court approval was a major shift in American intelligence-gathering practices, particularly for the National Security Agency, whose mission is to spy on communications abroad"

    Therefore it can only be considered theatre of the absurd that the EU is surprised, shocked, appalled or angered

    Continuing:

    "It's almost a mainstay of this country that the N.S.A. only does foreign searches."

    The N.S.A. domestic spying operation has stirred such controversy among some national security officials in part because of the agency's cautious culture and longstanding rules.

    Widespread abuses - including eavesdropping on Vietnam War protesters and civil rights activists - by American intelligence agencies became public in the 1970's


    This is why I do not get the whole Snowden drama?

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    1. What if the Snowden drama is akin to rolling out the '70s stealth bomber in the late 80s?

      Clearly China was aware..
      http://www.scmp.com/news/china/article/1265416/quantum-communications-system-was-used-party-congress-beijing

      Date: 2012, before Snowden.




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    2. anon 6:27
      can you refresh my memory regarding that situation or time period?
      ty in advance

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  3. That Reuters article is a typical propaganda piece designed to appeal to emotion not logic. But what's the game? False-flag or some new enhanced security measure, or both?

    The small lead container = Colin Powel's phial.

    Analysts say radical groups could theoretically build a crude but deadly nuclear bomb if they have the money, technical knowledge and the amount of fissile material needed.

    Well that's certainly possible if the 'radical group' is funded by billion of dollars per year by a subjugated state, and if agents of this 'radical group' are given access to all the technical knowledge they desire, and if this 'radical group' is allowed to setup fissile material reprocessing facilities in that subjugated state, and if this 'radical group' is also used to provide 'security' at the nuclear facilities of the subjugated state. In fact I'd be very surprised if this 'radical group' does not already have hundreds of nuclear weapons and the means to deliver them world-wide.

    An apple-sized amount of plutonium in a nuclear device and detonated in a highly populated area could instantly kill or wound hundreds of thousands of people
    Penny, here they are talking about a fission bomb, not a dirty bomb as you inferred. A dirty bomb can't instantly kill thousands.

    Because radioactive material is seen as less hard to find and the device easier to manufacture, experts say a so-called "dirty bomb" is a more likely threat than a nuclear bomb.
    And what about the countless dirty bombs ('depleted' uranium - highly toxic and still radio-active) being used by NATO to bring peace and democracy to the ME and Africa?

    The Snowdon Afair is a big circus. Are the PTB upset that we are now aware that they are recording our every communication? I suspect not.
    Duncan Campbell blew the lid on global eavesdropping in the form of project Echelon way back in 1988.

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    1. Hey Freethinker
      good to see you about!
      Yes, the reuters piece is a good example of fear propaganda
      but, I couldn't pass it up as a chance to compare the dangers of radioactive fukushima vs the fear spin/manipulation spectre of AQ terrorism

      Additionally, the reuters piece came across as a nice set up for narrative creation for a false flag

      I will tidy up the reference to fission and dirty bomb
      However, I am hoping my point is clear about radiation in one instance being a threat and radiation in another instance, massive amounts of it being a non issue?

      good point about the DU
      also not mentioned by the fear mongering IAEA
      tu

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    2. sorry, fluff head
      that was a ty
      thank you

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  4. http://en.rian.ru/russia/20130702/182002715/Russian-Proton-M-Rocket-Falls-Shortly-After-Launch.html

    A week ago a depot explosion

    Go back to 2009 and the repeated loss of glonass sats. Then there was the Mars probe.

    Coincidence?

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    1. sorry, this was in spam and have just let it through :(

      I saw the news about the Russian Rocket falling.
      In Kazakhstan?
      Interesting stuff, but have not read up on it at all

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  5. 2009/10 Russian space losses
    http://www.spacemart.com/reports/Lost_Russian_satellite_poses_threat_to_space_navigation_999.html
    http://en.rian.ru/russia/20101206/161647533.html


    Russia Mars loss...
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-15631472
    It was launched on 11-9-11)

    It Carried a China Mars probe
    Fobos-Grunt also carried the Chinese Mars orbiter Yinghuo-1

    NASA curiosity launched in 11-26-11, also
    The Mars Science Laboratory spacecraft launched from Cape
    Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida, on Nov. 26, 2011. Mars
    rover Curiosity landed successfully on the floor of Gale Crater on
    Aug. 6, 2012, Universal Time (evening of Aug. 5, Pacific Time).
    http://www.jpl.nasa.gov/news/fact_sheets/mars-science-laboratory.pdf


    ...And US Rover beaming back pictures..
    http://www.nytimes.com/2012/08/06/science/space/curiosity-rover-lands-safely-on-mars.html?_r=0

    Did the US Shoot it down
    http://www.slate.com/blogs/future_tense/2012/01/11/phobos_grunt_the_u_s_didn_t_shoot_down_russia_s_mars_probe_but_it_could_have_.html

    What about the X37-B?
    http://www.popsci.com/technology/article/2012-06/air-forces-mysterious-x-37b-space-plane-returns-earth-after-15-months-orbit

    NASA, Commercial Partnership Could Resume U. S. Human Spaceflight in 2015
    http://spacecoalition.com/blog/space-research/nasa-commercial-partnership-could-resume-u-s-human-spaceflight-in-2015
    http://www.space.com/16906-private-space-taxis-nasa-spaceflight-reaction.html


    Paypal working on space currency?
    http://abcnews.go.com/Technology/paypal-galactic-launches-answer-questions-space-transactions/story?id=19498683#.UdL04IanLTo

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    1. anonymous linkie your killing me here :)
      I have some posts somewhere on the x 37 b
      a highly secretive space plane

      Would the US engage in practices to thwart Russia and China from entering space?
      absolutely unequivocally- YES!

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  6. Мара. "ЯПОНИЯ"

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aRGFeCLy-r0

    вот так

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    1. bot tak

      thanks interesting
      clearly we have the imagery of war, fukushima. the tsunami, dirty bombs? (In the one part where all the people sort of fall away) but, can you tell me what she is singing
      a summary?
      that would be great!
      I was thinking how odd that someone would sing of such serious issues
      in NA it is all pretty much, makin' up, breakin' up, making out, sex and well..that's about it. (good for the mind control, keeps one focused)

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    2. Nice.
      A machine translation-

      Song is dedicated to the tragedy happened in Japan, which continues to this day, and consequences of which will perceive Japanese themselves and their neighbors, including Russia, many decades.

      This is how comment on the solution of Fog {the band?} to make a requiem on the tragedy Capitolina [Delovaya], its manager:

      “You frequently do pray? There are many people, which not at all represent: that this such and as similar to make. But even if they pray - that for itself, for its close ones, but it is already accurately not for the peace in the entire world. When everything in Japan occurred, where that in the Internet, in [feysbuke] appeared the groups of people, which propose to all to be joined to the minutes of meditation, the universal global taciturn prayer for Japan in the network. And capable to this was assembled several. And their energy, their positive, merciful vibrations undoubtedly influenced the situation and they continue to influence. Otherwise, can, everything already generally would fly away into [tartarary].

      Fog made simultaneously the same. But only through the music. It called to accumulate the spiritual force: “You pray for Japan by the entire world throughout the world…” Although song, of course, not only about Japan. And to pray by the entire world is necessary not only for it”.

      Source: NEWSmusic.ru


      And the Lyrics-

      Japan

      How much smog must be in our hearts,
      how much mercury, cesium and sulphur,
      how many earthquakes do we need
      to feel a foreigner's pain?

      How much ash on our shores,
      How many black generals and white guns1
      to become somewhat magnanimous?
      Have no fear, I'm with you.

      (chorus : )
      Pray all together for Japan all over the world
      Pray all together for Japan all over the world
      Pray all together for Japan all over the world
      Pray for Japan!

      How much hydrogen inside bombs,
      how many bloody airports
      how many Muslims and Copts2
      do you need to treasure your life?

      How much faith do our prisonners need?
      How much will for the believers and nonbelievers?
      How much petrol in our veins?
      But have no fear, we're with you.

      (chorus)

      How many radioactive clouds,
      how many Fukushima kamikazes,
      how many lives gone to Heaven
      to understand a foreigner's pain?

      (http://lyricstranslate.com)

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    3. Little altruism or sympathy in modern western (and 'Global') pop, for sure.

      "in NA it is all pretty much, makin' up, breakin' up, making out, sex and well..that's about it."

      Penny, have you watched many music videos recently? A lot of modern 'pop' has very blatant and dark imagery and meaning a long way from teenage angst. Tell me what this portrays-
      Rihanna - Russian Roulette

      or the highly edifying
      Out of my mind

      "good for the mind control" Indeed, for example-
      Have fun, party, do what you want (do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the law), nothing else matters-
      We can't stop

      get angry-
      No church in the wild

      The kiddies have some strange entertainment these days!

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    4. hey freethinker
      i watched the first two you linked and that's enough for me
      Am I getting older
      Or wiser
      Dunno
      the second vid actually made my head start spinning

      as I watched certain words popped in my brain
      sexualizing violence
      hell sexualizing just about everything
      including trauma
      the second video was so disjointed

      but then that is mind control, no?
      Keeping one in the reptile brain state
      no higher thinking?
      no delayed gratification
      making one way more malleable then one should be

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    5. I recommend you look at the 4th, which like it or not is very finely crafted, and relate it to what we've been watching play out in reality. Note the use of green lasers.

      Does art reflect life, or does life imitate art, or do the same script-writers manufacture both art and reality?

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    6. yah, just gotta torture me don`t ya?! ;)
      Looking right now
      hang on
      then I will likely have to fish this out of spam..

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    7. Kanye?

      yes, the scarf associated with the Palestinians
      predictive programming?
      and green lasers
      the destruction of cohesive society based in the family
      the elite agenda

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    8. The same script-writers manufacture both art and reality?

      people need to move away from the screen

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    9. Thanks freethinker for posting July 4, 2013 at 2:49 AM

      Another, parallel aspect of the song is manifest in the lines about the generals and the conflict between Muslims and Copts in Egypt. This is about compassion, a common thread in her work, BTW. Being able to put oneself in the shoes of others, feeling what they feel. It's also about the callousness of abusing fellow human beings. Be it for profit or greed "камикадзе Фукусимы/kamikaze Fukushima" that is ultimately suicidal, wars, or about strife as a result of religious differences, especially among religions that essentially are after the same spiritual message (Muslim and Christian are basically the same overall spiritual thing, their differences are mainly the rules and regulations about how to live in order to manifest that message).

      Penny & freethinker

      Interesting discussion. Western pop music is designed to manipulate the listener. It has been since it was "invented". What the oligarchy in a given place wants the population to "feel" is usually manifested in pop music. This is why there is so little positive political pop music or usually anything very deep. Most western pop promotes me first style capitalist thinking one way or another (the repetitious soap opera of most love songs, which make up the bulk of pop music promote the selfish aspects of relationships [jealousy, for example] much, much more often than the unselfish aspects). It's anti-compassionate.

      BTW, speaking of music being about sex, one of Mara's most famous tunes is called Секс (it's also one of her best works). Here's her video for it:

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h-q_orG5fhA

      ;)

      вот так

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    10. Hey bot tak

      it is sad to think about the level of manipulation aimed at the young'uns and they are oblivious to it
      "What the oligarchy in a given place wants the population to "feel" is usually manifested in pop music."

      I read that and thought of that scam live aid
      Aargh...
      Sir Geldoff and Sir Bono
      sick
      I will watch Mara's video
      And thanks Bot tak
      glad you are back

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