Saturday, 11 July 2015

Joe Rogan: The American War Machine; War Profiteers; Military Cancer




  1. In this interview Bush says he invaded Iraq to get Al Qaida, but when the interviewer tells him that Al Qaida was not in Iraq until he invaded Bush says, 'so what', with a stupid grin. "So f*cking what', that thousands, or maybe millions died. Here, Cenk Uygur, of The Fine Young Turks, really gives him a roasting. Superb!

    Bush On Iraq & Al Qaida - "So What"

  2. War is big business:

    Grossman: Many in US establishment want war with Russia for economic profits.

  3. see link on page to pdf docs "high court case veterans"

    Uranium - Every war we in the UK get an airborne dose, Blair has a lot more to answer for than you think there is a little bit of uranium in all of us now. Everyone that served in Iraq and the civilians have more.

    The risk model for radionuclide exposure is rigged the harm is underestimated.

    In the real world the dangers posed by elements radioactive are calculated using “risk models”. A risk model represents a combined body of opinion of “experts” usually backed up by data and peer reviewed research. A report is usually produced, recommendations are made and a methodology for the calculation of risk provided. Governments and other organizations then use this to determine the position and “keep us informed”.

    In the case of radiation and reporting in the UK the two available models are the International System of Radiological Protection (ICRP) model and the European Committee on Radiation Risk (ECRR) model. Both profess to provide an appropriate risk model for us to calculate and predict the effects of radiation on humans and the environment but beware there are significant differences between them.

    Using one of these models for instance enables us to accurately predict the levels of cancer caused as the result of environmental contamination in the population backed up with real data from real events and the other does not.

    see link on page to docs "high court case veterans"


  5. Tata Motors Boss Karl Slym In 'Suicide Jump'

    "Investigators say there are no early signs of foul play after British executive Karl Slym is found dead at a Bangkok hotel."