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dimanche 25 mars 2007

Uranium Appauvri

Uranium Appauvri

Le sujet de l`uranium appauvri, encore plus que le 9/11, démontre clairement que les médias de masse nous protègent de la vérité au lieu de nous la rapporter. C`est un cas bien documenté par plusieurs sources et par les conséquences déjà présentes. Il s`agit en fait d`un biocide, d`une menace bien plus réelle et dérangeante que le réchauffement du climat, qui vous tient si occupé et préoccupé, gracieuseté de nos fantastiques médias de masse et de nos politichiens.

Ceci est l`arme de destruction massive par excellence: elle continue de tuer des populations entières pendant des milliards d`années. En fait, l`uranium appauvri a une demie-vie de 4.5 milliards d`années, de quoi déranger les prochaines générations de vie sous toutes formes pour un bon moment... ceci étant l`âge de la terre et du système solaire...

Dire que les pays occidentaux comme les États-Unis, l`Angleterre, le Canada, l`Australie et d`autres se permettent de faire la morale aux autres et prétendent amener la liberté et la démocratie... et d`être ni plus ni moins les sauveurs et les bons de ce monde! C`est à faire vomir! Déjà, les afghans, yougoslaves et iraquiens en meurent par milliers. Même chose pour tous les soldats de l`occupation présents dans ces trois pays. Ils meurent de maladies dégénératives, de cancers, et leurs enfants sont ravagés par des difformités à faire lever le coeur.

Nous sommes en panne de valeurs humaines orientées dans le sens de la vie. On souffre d`indifférence et de mollesse d`esprit. Pourtant, ça nous concerne tous. Les poussières radioactives sont transportées par les vents à travers le monde. Quelques semaines seulement après le début de la guerre d`aggression et d`occupation illégale de l`Iraq, les détecteurs en Angleterre enregistraient déjà des hausses significatives de radioactivité dans l`air, en provenance du Moyen-Orient... Pensez-y.

Selon les calculs d`une des top experte mondiale en le sujet, nous aurions relâché dans l`air l`équivalent de 400 000 bombes Nagazaki en terme de radioactivité depuis 15 ans, dû à toutes nos activités impliquant le nucléaire. Vous qui pensiez être à l`abris en mangeant vos légumes biologiques et ne vous souciant pas de vos frères et soeurs au Moyen-Orient qui sont l`objet de notre puissance militaire occidentale et de nos politiciens fous!!

Cessons de tomber pour les faux débats. Il y a des choses hyper importantes à régler si on veut vraiment avoir un "futur"...

Depleted Uranium Haunts Kosovo and Iraq

Iraq and Kosovo may be thousands of miles apart, but they share the dubious distinction of contamination with radioactive residue from depleted uranium (DU) bullets used in American air strikes. After several years of silence, US officials finally admitted that 340 tons of DU were fired during the Gulf war. In Kosovo, American delays in providing details of quantities and target points have frustrated international efforts to assess health risks. Despite repeated requests, NATO waited almost a full year after the start of bombing in March 1999 to say that 31,000 DU bullets--a fraction of the number fired in Iraq--were fired by A-10 "tankbuster" aircraft over Kosovo. A Belgrade report published this April estimates that about 50,000 DU bullets had been used in parts of Serbia and Montenegro as well as Kosovo. Evidence is plentiful on the ground that DU was used in heavily populated areas, and that civilians and returning refugees were never warned of the danger.

Low Intensity Nuclear War

Uranium'sEffect On DNA Established

The use of depleted uranium in munitions and weaponry is likely to come under intense scrutiny now that new research that found that uranium can bind to human DNA. The finding will likely have far-reaching implications for returned soldiers, civilians living in what were once war-zones and people who might live near uranium mines or processing facilities.

"The Case Against Depleted Uranium

The Campaign Against Depleted Uranium

DU Death Toll Tops 11,000

By James P. Tucker Jr.

The death toll from the highly toxic weapons component known as depleted
uranium (DU) has reached 11,000 soldiers and the growing scandal may be the reason behind Anthony Principi’s departure as secretary of the Veterans
Affairs Department.

This view was expressed by Arthur Bernklau, executive director of Veterans for Constitutional Law in New York, writing in Preventive Psychiatry E-Newsletter.

“The real reason for Mr. Principi’s departure was really never given,” Bernklau said. “However, a special report published by eminent scientist Leuren Moret naming depleted uranium as the definitive cause of ‘Gulf War Syndrome’ has fed a growing scandal about the continued use of uranium
munitions by the U.S. military.”

The “malady [from DU] that thousands of our military have suffered and died from has finally been identified as the cause of this sickness, eliminating the guessing. . . . The terrible truth is now being revealed,” Bernklau said.

Of the 580,400 soldiers who served in Gulf War I, 11,000 are now dead, he said. By the year 2000, there were 325,000 on permanent medical disability. More than a decade later, more than half (56 percent) who served in Gulf War I have permanent medical problems. The disability rate for veterans of the world wars of the last century was 5 percent, rising to 10 percent in Vietnam.

Depleted Uranium - An American War Crime That Has No End

The use of depleted uranium weaponry by the United States, defying all international treaties, will slowly annihilate all species on earth including the human species, and yet this country continues to do so with full knowledge of its destructive potential.

Since 1991, the United States has staged four wars using depleted uranium weaponry, illegal under all international treaties, conventions and agreements, as well as under US military law.

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Depleted Uranium - Far Worse Than 9/11

Depleted Uranium Dust - Public Health Disaster For The People Of Iraq and Afghanistan

By Douglas Westerman

In 1979, depleted uranium (DU) particles escaped from the National Lead Industries factory near Albany, N.Y.,which was manufacturing DU weapons for the U.S military. The particles traveled 26 miles and were discovered in a laboratory filter by Dr. Leonard Dietz, a nuclear physicist. This discovery led to a shut down of the factory in 1980, for releasing morethan 0.85 pounds of DU dust into the atmosphere every month, and involved a cleanup of contaminated properties costing over 100 million dollars.

Uranium Enrichment

Four Iraq War Vets Detained at Pentagon

Four veterans of the current war in Iraq and one supporter (a total of five young men) were detained at the Pentagon today after they attended an open house and left behind flyers providing information about the lethal effects of depleted uranium.

Attack On Iran Will Hit India Most - Scientist

An American geoscientist has warned that India is "downwind" of Iran and is, therefore, predisposed to the harmful, radiation-laded winds that will blow eastwards if the United States were to attack Iran using depleted uranium in dirty bombs or bunker busters like it did in 2003 in Iraq. A bunker buster is said to contain about two tonnes of depleted uranium.

Ms Leuren Moret, a former employee of the Livermore Nuclear Weapons Laboratory in the US, who now works as an independent activist on the use of depleted uranium, warned of the health and environmental effects of the use of depleted uranium by the US in armour-piercing shells, which will have disastrous consequences for generations of Indians to come.

So Bush is scrambling to find his "legacy"?

Here it is, folks: ordering the poisoning large portions of the world's population with depleted uranium, which has not only affected people in Iraq, Yugoslavia, Lebanon, and Afghanistan, but also US troops and their families.

America's Perpetual Nuclear War

On the evening of July 25, 1945, President Truman confided to his diary that the atomic bomb "seems to be the most terrible thing ever discovered, but it can be made the most useful." Twelve days later it was "useful" in Hiroshima, and again three days later it was "useful" in Nagasaki.

In a radio speech the day Nagasaki was obliterated, Truman told his American audience, "The world will note that the first atomic bomb was dropped on Hiroshima, a military base. That was because we wished in this first attack to avoid, insofar as possible, the killing of civilians."

The world took note that as many as 140,000 civilians were killed instantly or later died of injuries and radiation poisoning at Hiroshima.

To prevent Iran from becoming a nuclear power in the Middle East, President Bush has tasked the Pentagon with developing plans for a surgical strike on Iran’s nuclear facility at Natanz, which is buried under 75 feet of earth and rock.

One option on the table is the B61-11, the smallest tactical nuclear weapon in the U.S. arsenal. The B61 is a variable yield bomb. It can be calibrated to yield as low as 0.3 kilotons or has high as 170 kilotons of atomic power. Its maximum yield is ten times that of the bomb dropped on Hiroshima.

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