"An idea no longer shrouded in mist, through wave or ether comes to me, like a star from high up in the skies, or a pearl from the bottom of the sea." - Victor Hugo (Les rayons et les ombres)
The cover-up has been effective. I'm embarrassed to admit that I never think about it.
Being careless of what happens to the health of people when knowing what was in the air - that is a sort of attempted slow-murder. The same America that makes those outrageous laws for suing for everything (like those smokers getting millions for 'not knowing that they might get ill').
Or -AFLUENZA- ?__Here, If you see someone became badly hurt, you call 911, then try and assist. If that person dies, its possible (and not unlikely) to be sued by that family. Inappropriate handling caused that death?
__Direct lies, and the planting of mistruths, do so often cause such painful and extended damages, and yes we are too often unaware of those deadly falsehoods. I'm a 'Contrary' and whenever I'm aware of a media news report... I suspect and balance accordingly.__"This has been in my mind's scribble book since 1963 'The first lie becomes the final truth'". (Of course... that too, could be a lie.)Smiles_!_m
It's within living memory that Germans woke up to "the news" that "Polish troops" had invaded Germany. After the war it was discovered that the "Polish troops" were stooges who were dressed in Polish military uniforms to make it look like an enemy attack. Naturally the Polish invaders were shot by heroic Germans doing their duty.
I wonder who it is that once wrote: __"All that I write is fiction, even my truisms I list as such." _m
Having been to Ground Zero - it all looked so clean. But ofcourse we are talking of minute particles. I no longer trust most 'experts' whatever they are talking about.
Fukushima looks clean. Do we hear anything about Fukushima today? I can remember thinking "I hope that's not asbestos" when I saw first TV images of the 9/11 clouds of white dust covering everything and everybody.
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