Sunday, 11 May 2014


In 1966, two US Air Force planes collided mid-air in over Andalucia in Spain.

As a result, three nuclear bombs fell over Palomares in Andalucia.

The explosion contaminated the area with plutonium.

BBC News - Palomares bombs /dailymail.

America’s promises to clean up the area have never been fulfilled.

The problem of toxicity is getting worse.

The plutonium has degraded to become americium, a substance that emits lethal alpha particles.

These can cause colon cancer, lung cancer, lymphomas and leukaemia.

Plutonium takes 24,400 years for half of a given amount to dissipate.

Five per cent of those screened by doctors are carrying plutonium in their bodies.

Some farmers have spoken about deaths from cancer and other mysterious illnesses following the accident.

The UK's Ministry of Defence has been evading an international ban on dumping radioactive waste into the sea.

It  has redefined thousands of uranium weapons fired in the Solway Firth as "placements".

General Sir Peter Wall

At an MoD meeting in June 2004, an official pointed out that there could be "a future problem" firing Depleted Uranium  into the sea. 

The Convention for the Protection of the Marine Environment of the North-East Atlantic, known as the OSPAR convention, agreed by 15 governments, including the UK, said "it was illegal to dump waste into the sea".

But another official said there was no problem because the MoD's interpretation was "the projectiles were placements not dumping".

MoD 'places' its depleted uranium shells in in the Solway Firth | Herald Scotland / "Cynical" depleted uranium testing - Dumfries and Galloway Standard

Army tanks use the military firing range at Dundrennan, near Kirkcudbright, to fire depleted uranium shells into the sea.

Depleted uranium shells have been linked to cancer and birth defects.

A Dr Heasman told an inquiry (the Dounreay Inquiry) that the DG7.3 post code area, a little inland from Kirkcudbright, contained the highest excess leukaemia risk (age 0 - 24) of any post code in Scotland.

Photo from: nebuchadnezzarwoollyd.blogspot.

People in the Kircudbright area point to cancer and leukaemia clusters around the Dundrennan range. 

(BBC News SCOTLAND Dundrennan: Under friendly fire)

Local people say there have been misfirings on the Dundrennan range.

Some report that "the site is littered with unexploded ordnance; that there has been a strange red dust on the road that borders the base; that a quartermaster died of leukaemia."

There are reports of traces of beryllium, a component of depleted uranium, being found 30 miles away from Dundrennan. 

Sellafield, in Cumbria, in the UK.

On 22 March 2013, it was reported that the Sellafield nuclear reprocessing plant has been shut down because of severe weather conditions.

A 'site incident' was declared at the Cumbria base and plants moved to a "controlled, safe, shut-down state".

The Slog blogger has obtained graphs from four Irish airports, all of which show an airborne radiation blip shortly after the incident.

"Clouds of radon are hitting the monitors randomly, but the timing of the hits is most relevant here I believe. 

"The low level wind chart shows the wind blowing to the north west, and it is possible some has moved down the channel as the east coast of Ireland shows a higher reading on the coastal monitoring stations. 

"But the whole of Ireland looks like it is getting a hit. 

"The winds taking the main plume out to the Atlantic are likely to bring this contamination back to either Ireland or even the UK as there is a moving LOW pressure zone west of Ireland."


UK Prime Minister David Cameron's marriage is 'on the rocks'?

A 'Westminster insider' said: "The Camerons' marriage was the subject of much tongue wagging" at a gathering of the Liberal Democrat party.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.

David Cameron's friend Sir Alan Parker is lobbying for US firm Pfizer in takeover bid

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  2. I've stated many times, The French Foreign Legion has trained up hundreds (if not thousands) of Neo-Nazi militants from across Eastern Europe and the old Soviet Satellite states.

    But it seems Ukraine is considering forming it's own Foreign Legion Mercenary Unit. (Im sure they can find the funds from somewhere!)... this is actually quite a scary read, when you consider the far reaching consequences of what could be unleashed in Europe.
    ''The use of foreigners as mercenaries in wars is a long-time military tactic...

    Ukraine, a geopolitical outpost of the battle against Putin’s imperialism, has every chance to engage quite a few mercenaries from the Baltic States, Central Europe, Transcaucasia and others for this battle, not to mention from the numerous Ukrainian diaspora. These are not only “soldiers of fortune”, thirsting for money, but also ideological fighters who oppose Russian expansionism. The main obstacles to this are a lack of funds and Ukrainian legislation, according to which, foreigners do not have the right to serve in Ukraine’s Armed Forces.


    In case of Russian aggression against Ukraine, many experts feel that it would be expedient to establish a Ukrainian foreign legion. According to information in public sources, quite a few foreigners would volunteer. Such initiatives have already come from the Karakalpaks (a Turkic community in Karakalpakstan, an autonomous republic in Uzbekistan – Ed.), Georgia and the Baltic States, not to mention the Ukrainian diaspora. Not to use this resource would be very short-sighted. All volunteers should not necessarily be in the military, however giving people of good will the opportunity to protect Ukraine in wartime is definitely the right thing to do. According to information obtained by The Ukrainian Week, some former and current officers of the Ukrainian Armed Forces are already preparing a draft law to create a Ukrainian foreign legion.

    Experts who are lobbying for the creation of a Ukrainian foreign legion, feel that in the current situation Ukraine could use a highly-professional albeit small special force units for specific operations. Units made up of people from Muslim countries could work in Crimea, while volunteers from the Baltic States and Central Europe could serve as strike force in Eastern Ukraine.

    The legionnaires must be given a guaranteed social package and a competitive salary, although the most important motivation should be the desire to participate in the protection of Ukraine.

    “From the military point of view, such a formation is more of a propaganda move,” says Serhiy, a former Ukrainian Army Colonel who worked as a military expert in many countries. “After all, Ukraine cannot afford such large units. Yet, we must now take every effort to show others that we are Europe’s outpost in the battle against Russian imperialism, like the victory of Kyivan Rus over the new Horde, etc. Accordingly, the existence of a foreign legion as a component of the Ukrainian Armed Forces is a good and necessary step. In addition, such a mechanism always offers the opportunity to get assistance quickly and legally from our foreign partners in NATO. Moreover, during peacetime, such formations can be used in peacekeeping missions abroad, which will increase Ukraine’s influence in the international arena.”