We live in Georgia. There is a new commercial that began playing, which today was the first time we are aware that this commercial has aired. This is puzzling.
The commercial shows this guy leave a bag where he had been seated, waiting on Marta transit train. It was a large bag, and the commercial states that if you see anything, be sure to tell someone. Since Marta has never had any kind of terrorist attack, and never had any kind of commercial on tv. I don’t think the USA Network is Atlanta based, and MARTA is not in other cities.
We had recently heard that there was going to be a false flag in Atlanta, set for the end of June. Well, June is winding down, and this suspicious commercial is on tv specifying MARTA, and the only city where MARTA is, is Atlanta. It has played twice within the last two hours.
If it is just a commercial to get people to pay more attention to their surroundings, it would not be centralized only on MARTA, since MARTA is an Atlanta dominated transit system. They were hiring crisis actors for something in Atlanta. As we all know, they have repeatedly used crisis actors for the false flags. Boston bombing – crisis actors were prevalent. A couple of the false flags where shootings had allegedly taken place, crisis actors were there too.
The people in the commercial were horrible actors. The commercial gave the impression that they stereo type what a person who would leave a bomb in a crowded area, would look like.
Are they planning to do a false flag through MARTA? A terrorist attack on Atlanta’s transit system? Are they planning to bomb a transit system station? Whether it is a real attack or not, the terrorists should be hunted down and arrested. Terrorism is terrorism. We live in strange times.
Yall be safe!
UPDATE: THIS COMMERCIAL WAS PULLED, WE HAVE NOT SEEN IT AGAIN…
Nuclear Consultant: Fukushima reactors released about 3 times more radioactivity than Chernobyl — Japan crisis is unprecedented in size, complexity, and consequences — Yet disaster is not over and can become much worse — Very far from being stabilized
Published: June 20th, 2014 at 2:43 pm ET
Q & A with Mycle Schneider, nuclear energy consultant, IPS, June 21, 2014:
What did Fukushima represent regarding the safety of nuclear plants?
- Mycle Schneider, nuclear energy consultant: People think Fukushima was the worst case, but it was not. It can become much worse, it is not over. This accident is ongoing, it has been for three years. There are continuous leaks of radioactivity in the environment because the radioactive inventory is not stabilised. It’s an unprecedented event in complexity, in size and in consequences. The biggest problem is that the methodology chosen by Tepco and the Japanese government appears inappropriate. We see that after three years the situation is very far from being stabilised.
- Schneider: The amount of radioactivity that has gone into water that was leaked into the basements is estimated to be roughly three times the amount of radioactivity released during the Chernobyl accident. This issue is vastly underestimated.
- Study: Daily release from Fukushima of 100+ Quadrillion becquerels of cesium-137 early on in crisis “seems reasonable” — Chernobyl total release was ~70 Quadrillion Bq of cs-137
- Canadian officials estimated Fukushima cesium-137 release almost double Chernobyl — Based on the “most conservative and credible” projections
- EU-funded Research: Fukushima atmospheric release of 210 quadrillion becquerels of cesium-137 used as upper bound in simulation — Chernobyl estimated at 70 to 85 quadrillion
- Marine Chemist: Latest numbers I have are Fukushima released 80 Quadrillion Bq of cesium-137 (Chernobyl estimated at 70 Quadrillion) — “The radioactive plume itself has actually arrived… it’s already here” on west coast (AUDIO)
- Gov’t Report: Fukushima released up to 181 Quadrillion Bq of cesium, Chernobyl was 105 Quadrillion — Radioactive material to flow from Japan “for years to come” — Fukushima radionuclides have now spread “throughout N. Pacific”
Published: June 20th, 2014 at 2:43 pm ET
- “Ultimate, worst-case scenario” underway at Fukushima? New York Times: Experts suspect intense contamination is seeping out from under melted-down reactors and into Pacific — Will surpass even the leaks from disaster’s early days August 24, 2013
- Senior Scientist at MIT Event: Japanese scientists censored — Not allowed to publish research that compared Fukushima to Chernobyl — Fukushima ‘arguably’ bigger January 24, 2014
- Former Official in Fukushima: “This is a disaster of all humanity… the entire world” — “It’s on an international level, huge consequences” — “Now bigger than anything we can cope with” (VIDEO) January 17, 2014
- Study: Up to 47 quadrillion becquerels of cesium-137 released into Pacific from Fukushima — Nearly 50 times original Tepco estimate March 12, 2013
- *Experts on Fukushima Unit 4* CNBC: “Far from under control, could get a lot worse” – Japan Times: “Could very quickly get much worse” – CNN: “Could still get a lot worse” — “Tokyo, Yokohama, even neighboring countries at serious risk” (VIDEO) August 30, 2013
114 comments to Nuclear Consultant: Fukushima reactors released about 3 times more radioactivity than Chernobyl — Japan crisis is unprecedented in size, complexity, and consequences — Yet disaster is not over and can become much worse — Very far from being stabilized
After I read some posts on others’ blogs, I really do feel much better. Wanna know which ones I read? Here they are:
“NO ENDORSEMENT, NO NEGOTIATION–NO NEGOTIATION, NO SECURITIZATION” On Liberty Road Media: http://libertyroadmedia.wordpress.com/2014/06/20/no-endorsement-no-negotiation-no-negotiation-no-securitization/
and I read this and it helped too!:
Ineptocracy from here:
Of course this Helped a lot!:
but I actually read that here:
We need more judges like this one!
Officials: Leakage seen on “many” nuclear waste drums in WIPP underground — We think the seals have degraded — Public “should be concerned” about another explosion — 1,000s of radioactive drums now seen as too risky to move (VIDEO)
Published: June 13th, 2014 at 11:30 pm ET
AP, June 11, 2014 (emphasis added): Scientists investigating a mysterious radiation leak at the federal government’s underground nuclear waste dump have identified five other potentially explosive containers of waste from Los Alamos National Laboratory that are being stored at a site in West Texas, New Mexico Environment Secretary Ryan Flynn told a legislative panel Tuesday. […] Asked if the public should be worried, Flynn said: “Every member of the community should be concerned. … But I don’t think they should be worried. I don’t think people should be panicked about another drum exploding because we required (the U.S. Department of Energy) to plan for that and have a system in place to protect the public.” […] The Department of Energy has dozens of the world’s finest scientists trying to identifying what type of reaction could have caused the leak, Flynn said after the hearing. But he estimated it would be months before a definitive cause is determined. Until then, Flynn said, it is hard to speculate on what if any action can be taken to finish getting the last of thousands of barrels of decades-old waste off the Los Alamos campus in northern New Mexico. […] given the uncertainty of what caused the radiation leak, transporting the waste now is seen as too risky. Flynn said it also remains unclear how long the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant will be closed or how long it will take the [WIPP] plant to seal off the rooms where more than 350 other barrels of suspect waste from Los Alamos are currently stored.
Northern New Mexico Citizens’ Advisory Board, May 21, 2014 (at 57:00 in):
- Question: Have you all identified if it’s one drum, 20 drums, three drums? I’ve been hearing one drum a lot…
- Dana Bryson, Deputy Manager for the Dept. of Energy’s Carlsbad Field Office (CBFO manages DOE’s WIPP program): Well, we have one drum, that is pretty clear. We have other possibilities — and if you look at the pictures… you’ll see weepage on many containers in the heat-affected area. What we’re postulating is that the seals have basically degraded. So those could be potential sources from that aspect as well.
- Question: And could the denigration of any one particular drum have impacts on other adjacent drums?
- Bryson: Absolutely.