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Lest we forget: Aboriginal victims of Maralinga atomic bomb testing - theme for June 19


Australian atomic massacre still ignored By David T. Rowlands from Green Left Weekly  issue 971 June 29, 2013
The number of casualties is unknown because the secretive and unaccountable nuclear establishment has always declined to investigate the full impact of its own criminal negligence. But it has been suggested by investigators that perhaps 50 short-term Aboriginal fatalities resulted.

In addition to those who died, many others were exposed to harmful levels of radiation. The long-term health effects on these individuals have never been charted — but anecdotal reports of high cancer rates and horrendous birth defects in isolated “downwinder” communities have circulated.


Here we have extensive documented proof, of a criminal act against humanity and the environment, by nuclear scientists and government bureaucrats. Were any of them prosecuted for the mass murder and the environmental damage perpetrated here? NO!

Southern Hemisphere May 2019 Background Level Report

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This short animation of Northern and Southern Hemisphere air circulation, shows why we can get detections so far south.

May 2019 day average background chart. (Month Average 108 cpm)

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