[back] The covert war
"The Nuclear Industry is conducting a war against humanity."--Dr John Gofman
[When you know all the enemies (eg Communism) and wars since 1900 have been created by the Illuminati you had to wonder what nuclear testing was all about. Add on the bombing of Japan, mammography, Radiation 'therapy' and the latest covert-genocide-- Depleted Uranium, where they broke cover for anyone to see. Radiation experiments were a previous pointer of the mindset.]
Radiation & chemical experiments
Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
From Hiroshima to Iraq, 61 years of uranium wars A suicidal, genocidal, omnicidal course by Leuren Moret[EW Sept 2008] US Navy Poisoned Scottish Estuary with Radioactive Waste
[Media 4/2004] Dental X-Rays Might Lead to Small Babies
 Infant mortality rates drop around five US nuclear power reactors after reactors closed In the first two years after the reactors closed, infant death rates fell 15 to 20 percent from the previous two years, compared to an average US decline of only six percent between 1985 and 1996. ....The study also details the fall in newly diagnosed leukaemia and cancer cases and birth defect deaths in children under five years in the four-county local area downwind from the Rancho Seco reactor.... his 8-year-old daughter had developed a rare soft tissue cancer called rhabdomyosarcoma. Snell also has uncovered 19 other cases of the same rare cancer in Suffolk County; in one area near BNL, the rate of this cancer in children under 10 since 1994 is 15times the national average.
See: Orgonite Leuren Moret Dr John Gofman Ratical.org
Children of Chernobyl – The Human Cost of the World’s Worst Nuclear Disaster by Adi Roche
The Health Costs of Low-Level Ionizing Radiation: 50+ years of Lethal Deception by what has become the International Nuclear Mafia
 SECRET FALLOUT: LOW-LEVEL RADIATION FROM HIROSHIMA TO THREE-MILE ISLAND BY ERNEST STERNGLASS
Preventing Breast Cancer: The Story Of A Major, Proven, Preventable Cause Of This Disease, by John W. Gofman, M.D., Ph. D., 1996
Radiation-Induced Cancer From Low-Dose Exposure -- An Independent Analysis, by John W. Gofman, M.D., Ph. D., 1990
Radiation from Medical Procedures in the Pathogenesis of Cancer and Ischemic Heart Disease: Dose-Response Studies with Physicians per 100,000 Population, by John W. Gofman, M.D., Ph. D., Edited by Egan O'Connor, (1999, 699 pages)
[Media Aug 1, 2004] Experts fall out over nuclear plant risks
They claim that previous methods of calculating the effects of emissions on people living near nuclear installations have underestimated the risk by a factor of up to 300. If correct, the study could explain the clusters of cancer and leukaemia cases found close to nuclear installations in north Wales and Essex and near Sellafield in Cumbria.....Lawyers at Defra, the environment ministry, have sent letters to all 12 members of the committee warning them that they could be sued for defamation if they include Bramhall and Busby's minority report.....Busby and Bramhall say that since Meacher was sacked the committee has been taken over by people with pro-nuclear views who have done their best to suppress opposing opinions. "The basis of these calculations is completely wrong and as a consequence people living near Sellafield and other installations have been suffering elevated rates of cancers and all sorts of other diseases," Busby said.
A lot of the early nuclear ‘tests’ were actually attacks against underground and underwater alien bases, in other words. [EW 2007] Phil Schneider Was Murdered in 1996 for This
Carol and I apparently caused a major commercial nuke plant in Washington
State to shut down just by spud-gunning a dozen TBs into the Columbia River
where that plant was getting its cooling water. The river wasn't easy to access
around the nuke but it was within range of the spudgun, fortunately. A couple
of years before that, this was the nuke where we got definitive proof that
orgonite puts out more healthy orgone in the presence of ambient poisonous
energy. Carol was nearly blinded by the 'bright blue blobs' of orgone that
were suddenly flowing out of my orgonite-loaded truck as she followed
behind me in the car, driving on the interstate past that nuke
A few months later, near a Florida nuke, we were at a beach, 20 miles north of the nuke, and the Terminator I was wearing on my belly was putting out a large fountain of bright orgone, which aroused Carol's curiosity. She then tracked the DOR source as coming from the south and we found that nuke plant on our little hunt after that.
A single HHg in the bushes not far from the entrance of the plant halted the dark DOR field at that point, which marked, for Carol, a visual sphhere of DOR, surrounded by bright orgone. They probably found the HHg, eventually, and did something to power up that plant becuase when we moved back there, years later, it took several water-gifting sorties, mostly with our boat, to halt the spread of DOR and to clean up the ocean in that vicinity. It was pretty bizarre and we're still not aware of how they did all that.
That nuke plant on Florida's coast got over a hundred TBs in all the surrounding water in our more recent sorties but it has kept working. At least it's not poisoning the surrounding environment, any more.
It's been pretty consistent for us, though, to 'turn off' the unregistered little underground nuke reactors by just tossing a TB or two in each of the rectangular, gravel-lined cooling ponds on site. I think those are the plants that provide power for the death towers adn HAARP arrays, though sometimes they apparently use ordinary ponds and rivers for this if the water isn't too mucky. [EW July 2008] From an Exemplary Gifter in New Hampshire
"By the way, orgonite apparently prevents and even cures radiation poisoning. The reason I say that is that when Carol, Reno Richard and I were gifting the underground bases in and around Fallon, Nevada, three summers ago, the dust where we camped in the desert one night was obviously radioactive. Carol's nose bled from breathing it all night but none of us had the telltale metallic taste in our mouths, perhaps because we were wearing our Harmonic Protectors. Eight years ago I started putting orgonite in my zappers and a customer in Romania reported that a patient of his who was dying from the effects of radiation poisoning (also lung cancer) completely recovered in a few weeks, just from using the zapper. The patient had survived as one of the cleanup crew at Chernyobyl, but got sick after that and was on his deathbed when he started zapping. I think radioactive plutonium was injected in my left arm the night six of us across the US (including DB in Pasadena and StanMan in South Carolina) were marked on our chest with poison needles and otherwise molested. I was in Idaho."--Don Croft http://www.whale.to/b/cr429.html
"Since the advent of the atomic bomb, the United States has always needed two kinds of enemies. On one level, it has needed a tactical enemy that it can go out and fight in the field in a shooting war. Since 1945, these enemies have been created and appeared as North Korea, North Vietnam, Grenada, El Salvador, Panama, Iraq and now Colombia. On another level, however, the US needs a strategic enemy that will justify outrageous expenditures of capital for strategic weapon systems like ICBMs, Trident submarines and "Star Wars" missile defence systems."—Michael Ruppert www.copvcia.com
"One of the most startling facts that I discovered by application of grid mathematics was that an atomic bomb is a device based on the geometrics of space and time. To be successfully detonated, the bomb MUST be geometrically constructed, placed on, under, or over a geometric position in relation to the Earth’s surface, and activated at a SPECIFIC TIME in relation to the geometrics of the solar system. I found that it was possible to precalculate the time of various bomb tests, and the locations where it was possible to explode a bomb.......I realised that an all-out atomic war was an impossibility. Both sides could precalculate well in advance the time and positions of atomic attack. Plus the fact that only certain geometric locations could be detonated anyhow. A logical war cannot be considered under these circumstances. This could be the explanation for the proliferation of conventional weapons in modern warfare."----Bruce Cathie
The human experimentation that has been done is bad, and it's good that that's being cleared away. But for 25 years the DOE has not shown any concern for the health of Americans. Their concern has been for the health of the DOE. Their falsehoods concerning the hazards of ionizing radiation have put not thousands of people at risk, not millions of people, but billions of people.  Interview
If the public should come to learn the truth about ionizing radiation, nuclear energy and the atomic energy program of DOE is going to be dead. Because the people of this country -- and other countries -- are not going to tolerate what it implies. The key thing -- it's everything in the DOE program -- is: "We must prove that low doses of radiation are not harmful." They have been conducting a Josef Goebels propaganda war, saying there's a safe dose when there has never been any valid evidence for a safe dose of radiation. Yet the DOE and others continue to talk about their "zero-risk model."  Interview: Dr John Gofman
We can now say, there cannot be a safe dose of radiation. There is no safe threshold. If this truth is known, then any permitted radiation is a permit to commit murder.  Interview: Dr John Gofman
By the way, medical radiation, from x-ray machines, is roughly twice as harmful per unit dose as Hiroshima-Nagasaki radiation.  Interview: Dr John Gofman
I'm sad to say, I don't think 90% of doctors in this country know a goddamned thing about ionizing radiation and its effect. Somebody polled some pediatricians recently and said, "Do you believe there's a safe dose of radiation?" And 45% said, "Yes." They weren't asked, "What papers have you ever read on this subject that led you to conclude there's a safe dose?" I think medical education on the hazard of radiation is atrocious. What have they taught you in radiology?  Interview: Dr John Gofman
If you ask me, "Do you stand against medical x-rays?" the answer is no. And
I've written a book with Egan O'Connor on the health effects of common exams. We
take the position: if there's a diagnostic gain for you -- something that can
really make a difference in your health and your life -- then don't forego the
x-ray. But there's another part of the picture. Up until recently -- it may be a
little better now than it was -- government studies show that most hospitals and
most offices of radiologists didn't have the foggiest notion of what dose they
were giving you for a procedure. Nor did they know that the procedure could be
accomplished with a third or a tenth of the dose. Joel Gray, a health physicist
at the Mayo Clinic, said there are places giving you 20 times the dose needed
for a given picture. And, he said, "If you ask those people and they can't
answer, you can be fairly confident that they're giving you a bigger dose than
necessary." So Egan and I, in The Health Effects of Common Exams, took
the data on what the average doses were in the United States, versus what has
been accomplished by some elegant work in Toronto to reduce the dose to
one-third of what was the average practice in 1984, and found that about 50,000
fatal cancers per year could be prevented. That' s a million and a half in a
generation! So what is this stuff about "Most procedures don't hurt you, they're
Let me say one more thing about the medical profession. It's my view that we have a really crazy situation with respect to x-rays. You go to a physician -- your internist, or a GP, or an obstetric gynecologist, or an orthopedic surgeon -- these are the people who send you out for an x-ray. They represent, or should, your ombudsperson. And they, not you, should have to find out whether the facility they're sending you to uses five times the dose needed, or a decent dose of radiation. But if you ask that so-called ombudsperson, "Where you're sending me, do they know how to keep the dose down? What dose will I get?" He'll mumble, "Don't worry about it, no problem." That's the fault of medical education in our universities. If we turn out physicians who don't have the attitude that they're the ombudsman for things like that, I think they're not doing the job.  Interview: Dr John Gofman
The medical profession is implicated directly. I've spoken to Andre Bruewer, who practices in Tucson. He's a first-class radiologist who does nothing but mammography. And he said, "John, I shudder to think of what we were doing 20 years ago." We were touting mammography when the dose was four to five rads, and in some cases 10 rads. Now if you give enough women four to five rads, at something of the order of a 2 percent increase in breast-cancer rate per rad -- that's what my analyses show, and I've analyzed the world data on x-rays very carefully with respect to breast cancer in particular -- it has to be that women irradiated 15, 20 years ago got horrendous doses from mammography compared to now. And therefore, some of the present increase in breast cancer has to be from the radiation they got; but they don't like to talk about it.  Interview: Dr John Gofman
There was a time, 20 to 30 years ago, when there were mobile x-ray units that
gave x-rays of the chest. They didn't give the 20 millirads [a 50th of a rad]
that is possible today. They gave about five rads. Children went through those
things by the thousands. And we just say, "We don't know why this cancer
epidemic is taking place now." Nobody's taken account of it. It's hard to know
how many children got it and who they were and follow them up. But you know that
a certain number of people are having cancers now as a result of what was done
15, 20 years ago.
Back in the '50s one woman brought a child in in the middle of the night having real difficulty breathing, and a resident said, "Maybe the thymus gland is enlarged and pressing on the trachea. Let's give this child 100 or 150 rads of radiation in the neck." And as with many disorders, the child got better by morning. And so this resident put two and two together and said, "I gave the radiation, the child got better, therefore I cured him." And so this became the rage and all kinds of hospitals were using radiation to treat an enlarged thymus.  Interview: Dr John Gofman
There have been careful studies now of these kids that had the irradiation
for enlarged thymuses -- which, by the way, is no longer believed to have been a
disease that existed in the first place -- and they're having an excess of
thyroid cancers, an excess of salivary gland cancers. One hospital in Pittsburgh
said, "Why should we wait till these children come into the emergency room at
night with croup?" And they, for a period of over a year, gave x-rays to every
child leaving the nursery...
There is this wall that prevents us from relating past experience to the occurrence of cancer. The full effects are not known. It's not just what the average dose was back then, some places were giving horrendous doses. Sometimes they'd get a picture that was too faint. So they'd take another one, with a longer exposure -- when the problem was that their developing solution was getting spent. And all they had to do was change the developer. But instead of that they gave the person an extra x-ray with a bigger dose.  Interview: Dr John Gofman
If I were a member of the public, knowing what I know: if the establishment told me that something had a certain risk, I'd assume that the true risk was at least 10 times worse. Part of the problem comes from the patient. If a patient goes to a doctor -- especially if he's covered by a health plan -- and the doctor doesn't give him any procedures, they feel cheated. "You didn't even take an x-ray!" But the medical profession has to be regarded as culpable, along with the DOE. They both have the same conflict of interest: their work exposes people to radiation. For the DOE there have been all kinds of people of shady character in all kinds of government posts. But damn it, the medical profession shouldn't be shady and corrupt. I'd like to see them really apply the Hippocratic oath to this field.  Interview: Dr John Gofman
Evgeny Chasov, who shared the Nobel Peace Prize with the International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War, made a public statement that nobody has been harmed in the population at large. He obviously wasn't referring to the people who got killed immediately. There've been all kinds of statements to the that effect. Alla Yaroshinskaya, a journalist in Zhitomirsk, a small city in the Ukraine, became very suspicious of the sort of things that were being said. She found out that some of the people who were being moved had been moved to a place that was even hotter sometimes -- it was all just for show! Her paper wouldn't publish her investigation, and they told her she'd be in big trouble... But she persisted, and she got Izvestia to publish it, and she became well known. She got elected to the Supreme Soviet. And she demanded to see the protocols of government meetings on the Chernobyl situation. She managed to get all 40 protocols, and she wrote an article, which is now in book form in Russian and, there's a French edition: "The 40 Protocols of the Wise Men of the Kremlin." And it shows that at every one of their meetings, what they were saying internally was the exact opposite of what they were saying publicly...  Interview: Dr John Gofman
In the '20s we had a radium-dial painting industry to paint the dials
of wristwatches and clocks. Women sat at tables with a little pot of radium
paint, painting these dials by hand. Their brushes would get diffuse and they'd
take the brush and twirl it in their mouths to get a fine tip to paint with. And
these women came up with the most horrible bone destruction due to the alpha
particles from radium in their bone. Osteogenic sarcomas. It was all written up
by 1929, by Harrison Martland, the coroner in New Jersey who examined their
bodies. The whole world knew that alpha particles from radium had done this to
humans. Now an alpha particle, really, doesn't ask who its mother or father was.
An alpha particle is an alpha particle. In Germany and Czechoslovakia there are
regions where it was long known that 50 to 75 percent of the miners died of what
was called "mountain sickness."
In the late 19th century Hartung and Hesse discovered that this mountain disease was lung cancer. In the 1930s, Peller and another group determined that the reason for the lung cancer in the miners was breathing radon with alpha particles from the uranium in the mines. So alpha particles had been proven to produce cancer. So to say that the effects of alpha particles from plutonium were unknown -- it's just not true. The AEC, which approved of some of that experimentation, knew precisely what the results would be. Merril Eisenbund, a pro-nuclear environmentalist, was working for the AEC in 1947. He went out west to inspect what was going on in the uranium mines in Arizona, New Mexico, and Colorado. He came back and wrote a report saying the mines are not being ventilated, and if we don't get them ventilated, we're going to have a lung-cancer epidemic worse than Germany and Czechoslovakia. He was told to move over to another division, never to say anything more about the mining situation in Colorado. The mine operators were not informed, the mine workers were not informed, and we had the lung-cancer epidemic that had been predicted. The AEC knew all this. Can you tell me there's any evidence that the AEC, ERDA or DOE ever gave a damn about human health? They were the same people who approved the human experimentation. And to try to justify it in the name of the Cold War and things like that, that's ridiculous. The Cold War did not require knowing where plutonium went in people's bodies!  Interview: Dr John Gofman
I'm not impressed by the integrity and forthrightness of the medical
establishment. I wouldn't have said this 10, 15 years ago, but today, when I
look at an article in a medical journal -- peer review means nothing to me,
that's just an old boys' club -- I say to myself, "Why should I believe this?"
I've watched stuff get in that was peer reviewed that was absolute rubbish, and
they had to know that it was absolute rubbish.
I just have lost my confidence in their integrity. A case in point. I recently read a study that if you treat breast cancer by lumpectomy and radiation, that's better than without the radiation. How carefully was that study set up? Who oversaw the choice of people and the outcomes? It's a very important issue. If you irradiate the chest of women who've had lumpectomies, with the kind of doses they're giving, you will produce a lot of cancers in the future. Not necessarily the cancer they had, but you're going to produce new cancers. Those new cancers are going to come 10, 15 years from now. If indeed the radiation prevents [patients] from dying of the original cancer, which would have killed them in a year or two, then I say, with their fully informed knowledge, they may choose to take the radiation therapy. But I really want to be sure that the data collected on this benefit is right. So my answer to your question is: I hope it's better; I think it's better than it was; I would like to see better mechanisms still, that didn't involve grants and the prestige of the university when the university passes on whether research is okay.  Interview: Dr John Gofman
There's an investigator named Holm at a Swedish hospital. They've done 38,000 radioiodine scans to test thyroid function. He wrote a series of papers showing that even though people got 50 rads to the thyroid, there was no excess of thyroid cancer. When I first heard about it I thought, "Wow, you can give 50 rads to the thyroid and cause no cancers? Does it mean I'm wrong?" And this was trumpeted an over the United Nations Atomic Effects Committee and everybody in the establishment cites it. Well, I analyzed those papers -- I devoted a chapter to it in my 1990 book (Radiation-Induced Cancer from Low-Dose Exposure). And you know what I this guy did? He threw 135 cancers out of the study, because they occured before five years had elapsed. He said, "We know they can't occur before five years." The evidence in Byelorus is that they're coming in four, five, six years after the exposure. If you take the 135 cases and add them back, you've got a big effect from radioiodine. That's what's being said about radioiodine: not to worry, no problem.  Interview: Dr John Gofman