Denuclearize or lose our species: Multigenerational effects of exposure to radiation by Christopher Busby and Majia Nadesen “PRESS RELEASE: Atomic Test Veteran Children and Grandchildren affected by fathers’ exposures to internal radiation from Uranium and Plutonium at the test sites”–Christopher Busby To hear it from Jim Stone, Fukushima poses no serious risk to […]
The materials below were selected from a huge archive I have been given, some public, some less so, to publish. In general, minimally, it exposes the US government as dangerous, incompetent and deceitful in its handling of both nuclear materials and our national defense.
Press TV has conducted an interview with James Fetzer, professor at University of Minnesota, about talks over Iran’s nuclear program and the statement made by US Secretary of State John Kerry that Israel’s interests will always be kept in mind in this regard.
Press TV has conducted an interview with James Fetzer, a professor with the University of Minnesota, in Madison, Wisconsin, about US President Barack Obama’s apparent change of tone vis-à-vis Iran and his possible willingness to ease Washington’s tensions with Tehran plus Israel’s reaction to that.
A story out of Syria claiming it sunk a German built nuclear armed submarine operated by the government of Israel has not only been partially confirmed, but that a fully confirmed nuclear attack on Syria is now believed to have been Israeli retaliation for that sinking.
As I revisited this whole nuke thing after all these years and was mulling over the photos of all those singed and bent vehicles, my friend Connie Smith — a long-time 9/11 researcher some of you may know — dropped me a note reminding me of something I’d completely forgotten about: the fascinating case of EMT Patricia Ondrovic.
It is time we differentiated hard intelligence and rational analysis from conspiracy theory addiction. Remember, it was Fox News and the Limbaugh crowd that created the addiction for wild conspiracies and fabrication.
Many independent and conscientious thinkers and scholars in the world agree with this assumption that the sanctions which the United States and the European Union have imposed on Iran over its nuclear program are inhumane, unjust, contrary to the principles of human rights and constitute an act of war and collective punishment.
Leader’s fatwa on nuclear weapons binding for Iran: Foreign Ministry Iran’s Foreign Ministry Spokesman Ramin Mehmanparast “There is nothing more important in defining the framework for our nuclear activities than the Leader’s fatwa.” Iran’s Foreign Ministry Spokesman Ramin Mehmanparast — Related Interviews: ‘US silencing freedom of speech’ ‘US justifies terror to hit hostile states’ Related […]
North Korea now has an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) capable of delivering a nuclear weapon to the United States, as demonstrated by their successful launch and orbiting of a satellite on Dec. 12.
Legally, the law, based on the disputed Oslo Accords, which expired in 2000, would require the dismantling of the “Gaza Wall,” a project no different than the Warsaw Ghetto, the Berlin Wall or Buchenwald.
by Jim Fetzer — “The inmates are running the asylum!”–variation on a quote attributed to Charlie Chaplin — The situation is quite absurd: Bibi Netanyahu, the Prime Minister of Israel, gives a new twist to the old term, “Cry, Bibi! Cry!”, which captures to a “t” his distress at not getting the war he wanted, […]
What many of us may not recall is that this drumbeat about Iran’s alleged nuclear weapons program began many years ago. Netanyahu is on record as early as 1992 claiming that Iran was “close” to having a nuke.