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Old 08-05-2015, 02:40 PM   #1
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I spoke to someone once who told me of children living along the Clyde river past Glasgow who develop radiation poisoning

I can't remember the specifics of the case so if anyone knows more about this can you please share the info?

Radioactive waste was dumped by US submarines in the clyde off Dunoon with the express permission of the British government.

This is a disgusting liberty taken at the expense of the scottish people whose land has been used as testing ground for everything from the poll tax to anthrax

More information about this contemptuous treatment of the scottish people by the british grand lodge of pedophilia known as the 'establisment' can be found on the website below (the royals are the heads of the 'order of the garter' which is a network of covens of the old sacrifical religions)

http://tridentploughshares.org/

Radioactive material has also been found just over the forth estuary from Scotlands capital Edinburgh at St Davids bay by Dalgety bay

This radioactive waste was dumped by the Ministry of Defence and the site is on a leyline

Obviously we also know that radioactive particles have been found on beaches around Dounreay nuclear power plant and that these so called 'clean' energies are anything but clean as fukishima continues to pollute the pacific. Also the decommissioning costs of these plant are not factored in when people claim that nuclear power is cheap....it ain't

We have a Scottish government now that is talking about getting trident nuclear weapons out of the clyde and the last time the newspapers talked about the huge expenses involved in maintaining trident and about how the money could be used for schools and hospitals etc a russian dissident Litvinenko died publically and horribly of polonium poisoning which was then blamed by the british pedophile freemason establishment on the russians

This of course then stirred up old cold war fears and got people talking about the supposed need to keep trident again (lots of money for the military industrial complex and less money for vital public services)

So watch out for another false flag attack designed to persuade the public to keep trident

The other thing to consider is that NATO is pushing forward aggressively into buffer states on the russian border raising the very real danger of a hot war with russia; trident forms part of NATO's capability to try and coerce and bully russia so if trident left britain it would be a set back for the hawks trying to bring about world war 3 with russia

So getting trident out of Britain (there aren't any other suitable bases for the trident submarines) would be a good step forward for global peace

Enough of the radioactive poisoning of our water, seas, rivers, air and bodies and enough establishment lies!

Say no to trident!
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Old 18-05-2015, 08:06 PM   #2
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Royal Navy now investigating (seeking to brush under the carpet) the claims of an employee that the trident bases are not safe and are basically a disaster waiting to happen

I think its time we kicked these fucking people out of our river before they cause even more damage

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk...-10256148.html

Royal Navy investigates Trident whistle-blower William McNeilly who claims nuclear programme is a 'disaster waiting to happen'

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The Royal Navy is investigating claims by an apparent whistle-blower that there is a “complete lack of concern for security” that makes the Trident nuclear weapons programme vulnerable to terror attack.

The claims were made in an online post by 25-year-old William McNeilly, and included a photograph of his Navy ID card.

McNeilly said he had “sacrificed” his freedom and a well-paid career to make the claims in an 18-page report entitled “The Secret Nuclear Threat”, and that after posting it he had gone on the run.

The Ministry of Defence confirmed that McNeilly was a member of the naval service, and a source said the Navy was “concerned for the whereabouts and wellbeing of AB (able seaman) McNeilly and working closely with civilian police to locate him”.

HMS Vanguard sits in dock at Faslane Submarine base on the river Clyde in Helensburgh, Scotland. File photo HMS Vanguard sits in dock at Faslane Submarine base on the river Clyde in Helensburgh, Scotland. File photo In his report, McNeilly claimed he had witnessed a host of inadequate systems and checks while training with the Trident programme, from “things like food hygiene” to failed launch tests, flooding on board submarines, fires in the missile compartment and “a complete lack of security”.

“If airport security and nuclear weapon security were both compared to prisons,” McNeilly writes, “the airport would be Alcatraz and base security would be house arrest.”

McNeilly's report: Key claims

• Missile launch tests failed on three occasions
• Collision with French nuclear sub covered up
• Failures to carry out security checks on bags
• Computer waste representing major fire risk
• Missile safety alarms muted and ignored
• Accidental flooding of torpedo compartment
• Failure to question recording of top-secret info

McNeilly described the state of Trident security as “the biggest threat the UK faces”, and said he was only releasing “selected information” in order to avoid damaging security further.

“I'm releasing this information in this way because it's the only way I can to be sure it gets out,” he said, adding that he had “raised concerns through the chain of command on multiple occasions” and got nowhere.

Trident will be renewed (AFP) The Conservative government has pledged to renew Trident (AFP) In a statement, the MoD said: “The Royal Navy takes security and nuclear safety extremely seriously and we are fully investigating both the issue of the unauthorised release of this document and its contents.

“The naval service operates its submarine fleet under the most stringent safety regime and submarines do not go to sea unless they are completely safe to do so.”

On the claims made in the online report, the MoD said it contained “a number of subjective and unsubstantiated personal views, made by a very junior sailor, with which the Naval Service completely disagrees”.
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The cost of upgrading trident has now been revised to DOUBLE the previously thought cost

It is now estimated it would cost £167 billion

We could do this and indebt our nation to have some useless missles that cannot be used in rapidly changing modern warfare or we could use the money for schools and hospitals and tax cuts for the poorest in society

What will we the public stand for?

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk...-a6708126.html

The cost of replacing Trident is really £167bn, new figures suggest
The new estimate is double previous calculations

Jon Stone

The overall cost of replacing Britain’s Trident nuclear weapons system would be £167bn, double previous credible estimates, according to new calculations based on official figures.

The Reuters news agency reports that a replacement would cost nearly double the proportion the defence budget as its predecessor.

The revelation comes shortly after the anti-Trident SNP swept nearly every Scottish seat at the Scottish general election and Labour elected anti-Trident leader Jeremy Corbyn as Leader of the Opposition.
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Jeremy Corbyn loses the battle on Trident

The figures, released by the Ministry of Defence following parliamentary questions by Conservative MP Crispin Blunt, show ministers believe the cost of four new submarines would be £25bn.

But the Government also says maintenance of the system over its lifetime would cost six per cent of the annual defence budget – which ministers have pledged to hold at two per cent of GDP.

According to IMF GDP growth forecasts for the UK, the total figure would therefore be £167bn, Reuters says.

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That's terrible.
These children effected by radiation poisoning will pass on their genes for generation....more illness. It's a fact!

The water from the river will seep into the ground water and people will be drinking, using it for agricultural purpose and radiation is spread to the surrounding area as well. I'd say covert way of slow kill because it will be too complicated for people to understand the effect of nuclear thus no investigation will be pushed forward.

This is why new construction of the Hinkley nuclear station must be stopped but someone like Gideon is sold on the idea that China should operate it. Who trust the stuff from Poundland? Nuclear energy is not cheap though that's how they sell...likes of EDF.

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But of course, radiation can't be seen, smelled or tasted so it must be OK. We'll just carry on watching the X-factor, bury our head in the sand and as long as I can buy cheap energy, everything will be OK.
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That's terrible.
These children effected by radiation poisoning will pass on their genes for generation....more illness. It's a fact!

The water from the river will seep into the ground water and people will be drinking, using it for agricultural purpose and radiation is spread to the surrounding area as well. I'd say covert way of slow kill because it will be too complicated for people to understand the effect of nuclear thus no investigation will be pushed forward.

This is why new construction of the Hinkley nuclear station must be stopped but someone like Gideon is sold on the idea that China should operate it. Who trust the stuff from Poundland? Nuclear energy is not cheap though that's how they sell...likes of EDF.

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But of course, radiation can't be seen, smelled or tasted so it must be OK. We'll just carry on watching the X-factor, bury our head in the sand and as long as I can buy cheap energy, everything will be OK.
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yes it affects the genes and once the genetic code is disrupted that disrupted code is then passed on to subsequent generations

A genetic code passed down from the source code over countless centuries suddenly disrupted by the illegal behaviour of shadow goverment gatekeepers in the military

is that the kind of behaviour of people who care about the british people (or humanity in general?)

if not i suggest we rout them out before they do us in entirely because they are clearly waging a silent war against us; the enemy is within the gates

Radiation may also be used to disrupt the earths electro-magnetic field and we are electric beings in an electric universe
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yes it affects the genes and once the genetic code is disrupted that disrupted code is then passed on to subsequent generations

A genetic code passed down from the source code over countless centuries suddenly disrupted by the illegal behaviour of shadow goverment gatekeepers in the military

is that the kind of behaviour of people who care about the british people (or humanity in general?)

if not i suggest we rout them out before they do us in entirely because they are clearly waging a silent war against us; the enemy is within the gates

Radiation may also be used to disrupt the earths electro-magnetic field and we are electric beings in an electric universe
Exactly and I have been saying, enough is enough that we need to act on it but people think it's ethical (programming) to pray for peace and hoping that the elites, the thugs, the cunts will change their mind soon.... may be. We've been waiting for a long time.
Like others on DIF, when someone was trying to murder us, we fought back physically, we didn't start meditating for peace that the attack will suddenly stop. I don't mean go and use force or engage in illegal act but there are many things people can do to retaliate.

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Over on the other coast whales washed up in the forth and they have been found to contain high levels of toxic mercury and cadmium#

Toxic chemicals found in beached pilot whales in Scotland

Scientists find levels of mercury and cadmium in the whales’ brains increased with age

Scientists have found clear evidence that whales are absorbing high levels of toxic heavy metals, with cadmium found in the brains of pilot whales which washed up in Scotland.

They said their findings also suggested that mercury concentrations could be increasing high enough in the seas “to lead to additional toxic stress in the long-lived marine mammals”, with higher concentrations increasing with age.

http://www.theguardian.com/environme...es-in-soctland
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New Trident submarines doomed by drones of the future, says new report

Technological progress in drones and sensors will eventually make it impossible for missile subs to hide, it is claimed

The new report, by the British American Information Council BASIC, an independent security think-tank, says that advances in underwater drone and sensor technology will in the future make it impossible to hide a ‘boomer’, a big missile submarine, in the deep ocean, which - if not transparent - will be a great deal less opaque than it is now. The report is called: The Inescapable Net: Unmanned Systems in Anti-Submarine Warfare, and this is its bottom line:

In the past, submarines have enjoyed the luxury of hiding in empty seas. In the future, those seas are likely to be increasingly crowded with networked drones, a net of eyes and ears which no submarine can escape.

http://www.theguardian.com/world/jul...ays-new-report

surely we can use the money more inventively and still maintain a strong defencive option?
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Trident’s profit trail leads right to the heart of Westminster
March 6th, 2016

Trident renewal never seems to be far from the headlines. On 27 February the largest anti-nuclear demonstration in a generation took place in London. On 4 March, the UK’s Defence Secretary, Michael Fallon, announced £642m in spending on the nuclear weaponry, even though renewal of the system has not yet been voted on in parliament. It seems that, despite notable public and parliamentary opposition, the Conservative government – and a fair number of Labour MPs – are hell bent on locking us into Trident’s propagation. But, why? Do they really fear for our security, or are there more foul forces at play?

‘Follow the money’ works when light is needed on a murky subject. The Trident debacle is one such issue. Common Space, a Scottish online media outlet, followed the Trident money. What they found is quite simply… nuclear.

http://www.thecanary.co/2016/03/06/t...t-westminster/
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BBC scotland radio was yesterday talking about the arrival of fracked gas in a ship from the US into the forth. High winds then prevented the ship from docking at the arranged time and the highly choreographed event to celebrate the ships arrival with its attendent journalists farcically had to go ahead without the ship it was created to celebrate!

A debate was held on the radio abotu whether scotland should life its moratorium on fracking with some pro-arguments arguing that the gas could then supply the grangemouth refinery which has seen ownership issues in recent years

However the el-ites are telling us that the world is goign to end because of carbon dioxide whislt continuing to push hydro-carbon fuels on us

Some people say scotland should exploit the resource under its gorund but scotland is surrounded by sea which provides a never ending supply of tidal power and the pentland firth in the north of scotland between the mainland and the orkneys could provide 25% of scotlands power in its powerful daily tidal surge!

So why pursue fracking when it destroys the enviornment, causes earthquakes and is a finite resource when we have infinate power surrounding us that is clean and operates like clockwork?

The scottish nationalist party who are currently against fracking in scotland were conspicuous by their absence at the event

This article from Ickes headlines today:

US fracked gas blamed for ‘human suffering, environmental destruction’ arrives in UK
Published time: 27 Sep, 2016 16:14

Britain’s first imported shipment of US fracked gas has arrived in Scotland despite an increasingly heated debate about the future of the controversial energy extraction method.

On Tuesday, petrochemical giant Ineos delivered a tanker carrying 27,500m3 of ethane to Grangemouth, Scotland, where the company owns a giant refinery, marking the start of a £1.6 billion ($2 billion) investment.

https://www.rt.com/uk/360838-frackin...ampaign=chrome
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Fracking is harmful to health, Scottish Government report says
Workers could be at risk from breathing in dangerous crystalline silica during fracking operations, one report found, a health risk that could also affect those living near to fracking sites
Rachael Pells
17 hours ago

A series of new reports published by the Scottish Government have revealed damning evidence of the impacts of shale gas fracking in Scotland.

The government is currently in talks over whether to allow the controversial oil and gas extraction technique to begin in Scotland, having announced a moratorium last year.

An investigation into the potential health effects of fracking found there was “sufficient” evidence to suggest that a number of “air and water-born environmental hazards” would be likely to occur should the operations go ahead.

http://www.independent.co.uk/environ...-a7405296.html
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Shell launches bid to leave massive, sludgy oil rig remnants in North Sea for 500 years
'Oil and gas companies operating in the North Sea have a legal, as well as moral, obligation to clean-up their mess,' says leading environmentalist

Ian Johnston Environment Correspondent
3 hours ago

Oil giant Shell is to launch a bid to leave the 10 vast concrete legs of three oil rigs standing in the North Sea for up to 500 years after the platforms have been decommissioned.

The company’s proposals also include the controversial suggestion that oil mixed with sediment in 42 out of 64 concrete storage cells – each up to 20 metres in diameter and 60 metres high, taller than Nelson’s Column – should remain on the sea bed.
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Monsanto’s Communications Guru to Visit the UK: Instead of Promoting GM, Take Responsibility for Your Company’s Actions in Wales
By Colin Todhunter
Global Research, February 07, 2017

Monsanto is preparing a fresh effort to promote genetically modified (GM) crops to the UK public, according to a piece in The Scottish Farmer. The article notes the company recently appointed former World Bank communications strategist Vance Crowe as its ‘Director of Millenial Engagement’, a job that involves convincing the public about the benefits of GM.

In March, Vance will be in the UK to give a series of talks, including one in Glasgow as a guest of Glasgow Skeptics, an organisation committed to “promoting science and critical thinking.” However, according to the article, it seems that organiser Brian Eggo may have already made up his mind on GM. He talks about public fear of GM having held back the technology and says the ban on the growing of GM crops in Scotland was a decision based more on ideology than any actual risk to public health.

Eggo stresses that Glasgow Skeptics is not a pro-GM body but simply wants to air the scientific facts in a neutral setting, “putting aside personal biases, ideologies and preconceived ideas in order to examine what is true.”

Well, it’s not a good start, is it? While wanting to appear neutral, Mr Eggo has already tainted the upcoming event with his own preconceived idea that the views of those promoting GM are based on science, whereas those who oppose GM food are basing their views on ideology and emotion.

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French nuclear power plant explosion: Blast at EDF's Flamanville station 'does not cause radioactive leak'
Authorities say there is 'no nuclear risk' from accident in reactor's turbine hall

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Thursday 9 February 2017 13:18 GMT

Several people are being treated for smoke inhalation after an explosion and fire at a nuclear power plant in France.

Authorities said there was "no nuclear risk" following the blast in Flamanville shortly before 10am local time (9am GMT) on Thursday.

"It is a significant technical issue but does not constitute a nuclear accident," Olivier Marmion, director of the prefect's office, told AFP, adding that the explosion occurred outside the nuclear zone.

Officials said the blast took place in the turbine hall and confirmed there was no radioactive leak.

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The bloody things don't even work! time to get rid of these expensive dinosaurs

Britain's entire fleet of attack submarines 'out of action'
by Laura Hughes, Political Correspondent
10 February 2017 • 8:27am

The Royal Navy’s fleet of attack submarines are all currently out of action, according to reports. Britain’s seven ‘hunter-killer’ vessels are understood to be ‘non-operational’ as they undergo repairs and maintenance.

HMS Astute is the only vessel currently at sea, but she is still "weeks away" from active service.
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017...arines-action/
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Despite fukishima the british government wants to build more nuclear reactors on british soil leaving us vulnerable to accidents and terrorist attacks. nuclear power is NOT 'clean'. dead whales washing up on beaches due to fukishima poisoning?

The media can no longer hide the truth about Fukushima; the entire world is in danger
Thursday, February 09, 2017 by: News Editors

We first want to thank Fox News for FINALLY reporting on a subject that has been highly censored by the mainstream media for the past 5+ years, the situation in Fukushima, Japan is completely out of control. While Fox News recently reported that radiation levels at Fukushima were now at ‘unimaginable levels’ more than 5 years after the disastrous earthquake and tsunami struck, as Steve Quayle asked in an SQNote he left while linking to that story, why has the mainstream media been silent all of this time?

(Article by Stefan Stanford from Allnewspipeline.com)

We’ve long believed that ‘reality’ has a way of ‘awakening’ everybody and the stories recently coming across the wire over at ENENews have been mind-numbing the last few weeks to say the least. You can hear the Fox News report on Fukushima in the 1st video below while in the 2nd video, Mike Adams over at Natural News gives us a new update on the ‘Fukushima radiation apocalypse’ that has been steadily spewing poisons into our atmosphere for almost 6 years now with hardly a peep from the MSM.

In the most recent stories from ENENews, on February 5th they reported the heartbreaking news that a record high number of whale deaths had recently been reported surrounding the Hawaiian Islands with the sick and starving animals allegedly a ‘mystery’ to experts. Reporting that rotting carcasses were scattered throughout the islands, how can so-called experts NOT know that Fukushima poisons flowing into our oceans for years are most likely to blame?
http://www.naturalnews.com/2017-02-0...in-danger.html
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Exclusive: EU To Take Control Of British Nuclear Deterrent
by David Ellis, Strategic Defence Initiatives
| Wednesday, 25th January 2017
A briefing by Strategic Defence Initiatives on the EU's subversion of the British military.

Everything must now be put on the table — from higher [EU] military spending to a British-French nuclear defense shield for the continent.

- Max Hofmann of Deutsche Welle on 20 January 2017
The recent British referendum has made no difference to the speed and tenacity with which the Conservative Government under Prime Minister Theresa May and Secretary of State for Defence Sir Michael Fallon (a strong EU advocate and former EU Movement supporter) are continuing the path to EU military union. There has been no change in the advancing integration of UK military forces into the EU structure — the subject is simply not discussed in political, public and media forums, which is testimony to the usual EU policy of implementation by stealth where possible.

Perhaps most dangerous here is the rapid integration of the EU commercial military procurement and supply chain, operating under an EU treasury already being declared and implemented. Once locked together under EU procurement rules, and with ‘joint interoperability’ doctrine driving pan-EU military needs, Britain will be further stripped of its ability to design, build and supply our own weapons systems and munitions. This will further strengthen the EU political tactic of creating ‘interdependence’ between EU member states as a tool for removing sovereign identity and the ability to act as an independent nation state.
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Dozens of nuclear alerts underreported by British MoD, new study reveals
Published time: 23 Feb, 2017 01:36

The UK Ministry of Defense has been accused of downplaying the real dangers stemming from the UK nuclear deterrent after the report by a safety watchdog put the number of accidents, involving British nukes, at 110, four times higher the official count.

Unveiled on Wednesday by the Nuclear Information Service (NIS), an independent nuclear watchdog, the report sheds light onto dozens of mishaps involving British nuclear weapons, featuring previously unreported accidents with potentially disastrous consequences. The in-depth study, which traces back all 65 years of the British nuclear program, arranges accidents into seven sections in accordance with their place of origin.

The report is based on the official findings, including the report on nuclear weapons safety written by Professor Sir Ronald Oxburgh, information revealed during parliamentary questions, obtained under the Freedom of Information Act as well as from whistleblowers, witnesses and other researchers.

The biggest group of all lists accidents that took place on nuclear-capable submarines, ships and aircraft. The causes for a total of 45 mishaps, including 24 that occurred with nuclear-armed submarines, range from collision and fires to the effects of lightning.
https://www.rt.com/uk/378340-nuclear...eport-defense/
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Welcome to the shit house we endure in the US. Have you noticed that trouble starts in one of our countries and then migrates to the other one. It is so steady it is by design.
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