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August 2020
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In other news: 
        
          The transformation of the planet. Nuclear from the outset disguised as green,clean and free. Don't you dare attribute nuclear to climate chaos. Really lends a peek into humanities disturbed state....as fake and made up as economy, humanity that is because unfortunately the horrors of nuclear are real. It's legacy won't be going anywhere or away anytime soon.

https://globalnews.ca/news/7256706/canad...-collapse/

https://www.latimes.com/california/story...san-onofre
          
".....we'll figure it out later."  One day, later is too late.
 
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#2
Took place on July 25th....and so far?

Mauritius calls for urgent help to prevent oil spill disaster - The Guardian

https://apple.news/AljHQlcmVTRK6iRC2RrerHA

Mitsui OSK Lines, which operates the vessel owned by another Japanese company, promised on Sunday to “make all-out efforts to resolve the case”. So they mean just watch as the tragedy evolves..ok.

"We are terribly sorry,” the shipping firm’s vice president, Akihiko Ono, told reporters in Tokyo. Yeah that should fix it.
 
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#3
It’s the 75th Anniversary of the Atomic bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, yet the people will soon forget the horrors of war and be led into the suffering again.  The destruction being carried out in various parts of the world is out of sight for the most part; fighting over the water, food, and resources we need to survive.  

Israel destroys East Beirut with a new weapon
by Thierry Meyssan
https://www.voltairenet.org/article210679.html

radiation-levels-spike-10x-in-mediterranean-after-massive-beirut-blast
https://admin.halturnerradioshow.com/ind...irut-blast
"The map is not the territory that it is a map of ... the word is not the thing being referred to."
 
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#4
ATOMIC BOMBINGS AT 75: John Pilger — Another Hiroshima is Coming — Unless We Stop It Now
August 3, 2020
https://consortiumnews.com/2020/08/03/at...op-it-now/

Quote:The “experiment” continued long after the war was over. Between 1946 and 1958, the United States exploded 67 nuclear bombs in the Marshall Islands in the Pacific: the equivalent of more than one Hiroshima every day for 12 years.

In the wake of the explosion, a U.S. Atomic Energy Agency official is seen boasting that Rongelap “is by far the most contaminated place on earth”, adding, “it will be interesting to get a measure of human uptake when people live in a contaminated environment.”

American scientists, including medical doctors, built distinguished careers studying the “human uptake”.

Islanders in the area did not do as well from the radiation uptake and still live with serious health problems.  I would hope the scientists and doctors learned something from the experiment, but no, they still deny any harmful effects from radiation.  

As to any future nuclear exchange, we'll all be part of the experiment when the wind blows the fallout around the globe.
"The map is not the territory that it is a map of ... the word is not the thing being referred to."
 
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#5
Hey Horse, the significance of Hiroshima is fading along with its survivors but not their pain, anguish, frustration or determination. No less for Nagasaki.

Hiroshima was my doorway into anti nuclear as I was born on its 25th anniversary. The 30th anniversary was my first reckoning of nuclears horrors as it was also my 5th birthday... a big one for a child. As I grew to learn every 5th year anniversary got more attention than the yearly ones. So the 30th was more visible to me as it was in the papers on tv and radio. More images... children too. That stuck. And my Dad being my dad was saying they asked for it, they deserved it.  I couldn't imagine anyone deserving it after seeing those images especially children. I wondered what they did to deserve it. My dad had some racist slang at the time to explain it which at the time I did not understand. Before I was a teenager I didn't even want to celebrate my birthday anymore because it was on the same day all those people suffered why should I get to celebrate. Most  people I know don't even know when my birthday is.  Though I am grateful it has made me who I am.  A consistent reminder as terrible as it is.  And still I don't understand why.  Does anybody, can anybody.  It's reflection reveals our regression as a species.  Nuclear evaporates hope for me just like it can evaporate life. We are madness as long as we allow nuclear.
 
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#6
Yeah rthsmth, that's tough, like having your birthday wrecked by 9-11.  Tragedy burns into our minds and its difficult not to be reminded; PTSD.  As to the why of it, when I have to ask, it's always because of the psychopaths in our midst.  To be so ruthless can't be human.  To have empathy means feeling the joys and the suffering of others.  That there are people that don't have any empathy is hard for normal people to fathom.  I was late to fully understand that profound difference in some people.  No conscience, no guilt, no emotions to process.  To me, it seems such an empty inner landscape.  In fact, normal people admire them for their quick thinking at calculating the odds, risk taking, calmness in the face of traumatic emergency, and their friendly façade.  When their world view comes into power, normal people can lose their humanity, and suffer for it.  My dad instilled in me a fear of nuclear bombs and radiation.  I think it was because of things he'd seen while in the Navy, things he would never talk about.  I helped him dig out a bomb shelter anyway.  He was a photographer and developed film for the fleet in the Pacific so he must have seen some of the pictures.  I tried to learn what I could of splitting the atom so I'd know what he was so afraid of.  My father died on this day back in 2001 after 20 years of fighting recurring bouts of cancer.  Nuclear science exists, a power source for the space age, but someone used it for it's destructive force and we live under that cloud.
"The map is not the territory that it is a map of ... the word is not the thing being referred to."
 
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#7
civilization as we know it is like a house of cards, each level profiting off the ones below it.  At the top, they rake in the worlds wealth millions per day.  Mind control easily pulls the wool over the eyes of the masses. There is apparently no way out of this house of cards prison.  All hell will turn loose when it falls down.  Those big risk takers are now risking all, somehow not realizing that ultimate exploitation is the destruction of their own foundation
 
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#8
Pretty in pictures? ....pretty sad

Japanese ship involved in Mauritius oil spill breaks apart - Reuters
https://apple.news/ABBQOgExSS2OArIOkvSJs1w
 
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#9
21st August 2020 - Big Tech, Monopoly and the Pretense of Capitalism

Extracts:

The American economy is now dominated by Big Tech Black Box Monopolies, and thus what we have isn't a "free market" system (a.k.a. capitalism), it's the pretense of capitalism, a slick PR cover for the most rapacious form of exploitation.

All those who believe the privatized totalitarianism of Big Tech platform plantations are "capitalism" have been brainwashed into servitude by Big Tech's pretense of capitalism. Just because totalitarianism and fraud are now "legal" doesn't mean they're not evil.

http://charleshughsmith.blogspot.com/202...se-of.html
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