Arafat’s Revenge? Israeli Men are Sterile
… by Bob Nichols
VeteransToday News Flash – July 11, 2012 – Israeli hospital sperm banks are considering not accepting any sperm donations from Israeli men because the quality is so uniformly poor.
More in vitro pregnancies result from foreign sperm today than Israeli sperm.
This is a result of twenty years of nuclear war and uranium weapons use in western Asia (aka: the Middle East,) and Central Asia.
(San Francisco) Yasser Arafat died Nov 11, 2004. Mr. Arafat was recognized throughout the world as the leader of the Palestinians.
Remember the date he died. It is important – Nov 11, 2004. That was 2,798 days ago. If there ever was any, the alleged original Polonium would have been 99.90234375% gone by Aug 28, 2008 and virtually undetectable.
That is why nuclear governments use Polonium for assassinations, it is undetectable after a defined period of time.
All possible traces (individual molecules) of any alleged Polonium that may allegedly been used to kill Mr. Arafat had turned to miniscule pieces of lead by June 2, 2012, which we all have in us, naturally.
The allegation that Mr. Arafat was assassinated by the killer Polonium does not hold water. It is known that Polonium is used by nuclear governments to kill selected people. At this date there is no way to prove Polonium was used to assassinate Mr. Arafat.
I do not dispute the word of the good people who were informed Polonium was the killing tool. I do wonder who put Polonium on Mr. Arafat’s things and perhaps even in his corpse many years after his death.
There is no other way on this planet for Polonium to be on Mr. Arafat’s things and/or in his body now.
This episode did create a worldwide stir and the death, or suggested state murder, of Mr. Arafat served as a diversion for millions and even billions of people.
Diversion from what and at whose order? The only likely suspects are the several nuclear weapons labs of the nuclear nations.
Why did government “experts” and everyday nuclear physicists let this charade go on? This whole thing is just plain wrong.
Who killed Russian Double Agent Livinencho?
“LONDON, Nov. 24, 2006 — The British authorities said today that Alexander V. Litvinenko, a former Russian K.G.B. officer and foe of the Kremlin, died of radiation poisoning here in what a senior official called ‘an unprecedented event.’”
Mr. Livenchko was killed in London by Polonium administered by unknown assassins.
Sources and Notes.
1. 0.0009765625 per cent of original Polonium left after 10 Half lives, or 1380 days.
From date: Thursday, November 11, 2004
Added 1380 days
Resulting date: Friday, August 22, 2008
2. Twenty Polonium Half lives ended:
From date: Thursday, November 11, 2004
Added 2760 days
Resulting date: Saturday, June 2, 2012
3. Duration calculation results From and including: Thursday, November 11, 2004.
To and including: Monday, July 9, 2012
It is 2798 days from the start date to the end date, end date included
Or 7 years, 7 months, 29 days including the end date
4. “Was Yasser Arafat killed by radioactive poison?” The Independent, London, UK. “Body of former Palestinian leader may be exhumed after polonium is found on clothes…”
5. “ BREAKING NEWS
- Syrian opposition leader: Syrian people suffering because of Russia’s position on conflict (AP)
Researchers warn of rapid decline in quality of Israeli sperm
According to research at the Hadassah University Hospital-Mt. Scopus, continued decline could lead to the cessation of sperm-donation programs.
” Haaretz, Israel. “… A recent study at Jerusalem’s Hadassah University Hospital, Mt. Scopus has confirmed the findings of previous research indicating a sharp decline in the quality of semen provided by Israeli sperm donors…. related articles Sperm from foreign donors generates more pregnancies than Israeli sperm, study finds By Dan Even | Jul.08,2012 | 2:51 PM ” http://www.haaretz.com/researchers-warn-of-rapid-decline-in-quality-of-israeli-sperm.premium-1.449 http://tinyurl.com/7b378sy
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