C.Busby “Govs learnt and JP gov became worse than Soviet”

C.Busby talked on The Alex Jones Channel.

(Politically, I’m Anarcho-capitalist.)

 








3/30から5/5まで、おれ氏はキプロスを調査しておりもす。


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19 Responses to “C.Busby “Govs learnt and JP gov became worse than Soviet””

  1. Sigh says:

    I think most modern governments are awful. They haven’t refined their methods of governing for the purpose of making people happy, but for making themselves richer and more powerful.

    The most important traits for governing should be trust and responsibility. In reality, people vote for politicians who look good or are popular, even if they are compulsive scammers and liars. Also, it doesn’t even matter who they vote for, because big businesses will use their money to find ways of getting their favorites into power.

    That’s just one example of why I think money doesn’t work. It’s used for too many things and can be exploited in many ways. Money should only be used for some systems and not others.

  2. Anon says:

    There was also a recent interview with Busby along with Leuren Moret in Veterans Today, about a week and a half ago. It’s mostly not about Fukushima but talked about some problems caused by radiation. Here is the link: http://www.veteranstoday.com/2012/02/13/fallujah-fukushima-and-the-global-radiation-catastrophe-part-i/ There’s also a part 2, but I’m not sure if it’s out yet.

  3. CaptD says:

    We are now are being ruled by those in Nuclear Denial*; instead of by Leaders that demand an end to the Trillion Dollar Eco-Disast­er RISK that Nuclear poses to mankind! Remember Nature does not follow design basis calculations or even engineering RISK formulas… The nuclear industry is fighting tooth and nail to maintain it’s market share; yet NOW Solar (of all flavors) is far less costly to construct, faster to construct and carries with it N☢ Nuclear radioactiv­e baggage that can kill a Countries economy and or those living nearby!
    Ask The Japanese!

    *Nuclear Denial
    http://is.­gd/XPjMd0
    The illogical belief that Nature cannot destroy any land based nuclear reactor, any place anytime 24/7/365!

    +
    Japan’s burning of nuclear tainted waste will be seen by History as the largest threat to mankind’s health in history, since it will be spread by the Jet Stream and cover the Earth!

  4. J M says:

    Thanks Lori for that–

    • dharma says:

      It’s “iori”, just so you know. :P The capital ‘i’ looks like an ‘L”, I thought so at first too.

      • Mochizuki says:

        Finally you noticed it ! lol thank you. I’m thinking of how to make it look more like “iori”.

        • MX says:

          In the Turkish orthography, there is a capital I with a dot on top. You can access it through Microsoft Word (or of course the internet). This would produce “İori” which I think is clear enough.

        • Nemo says:

          re: “I’m thinking of how to make it look more like “iori”.”

          Couldn’t you write it with a serif font? (e.g, Times New Roman, Courier New). Then it would have flags on the top and bottom, so it wouldn’t look like a lower case L

  5. Tim says:

    Hi Mochizuki-san,

    I am very sad for you and all of Japan. I am happy to have donated to you because you speak the truth. I remember a very sad song from Germany in the 1970s. It is a song appropriate for today:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eaScyfSHc-Y

    I wish you well.

    Tim

  6. anonny says:

    Watch the full interview on youtube!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fvKQ7HdpE9E

    Notice what Dr. Chris Busby says at about 12:38:
    “… and it’s already happening, I get e-mails regularly telling me that people are just dropping dead, in a school children are dropping dead, one minute lay there and then their heart stops and they fall down dead and this is exactly what we found in Chernobyl because the Cesium gets into the heart muscles and it destroys heart muscle …”

  7. MT says:

    I know that this won’t go over to well considering what happened in WW11, but bear with me for a moment.
    The ONLY solution that can “solve” this problem is to eliminate the source of the continuing contamination that is constantly being created, and as of today, we do not possess the technology necessary to even LOOK at the remains of the reactor cores.
    From what I can understand, from all the information that I have read so far, the reactors will keep emitting lethal amounts radiation for several hundred more years.
    This will, over time make Japan uninhabitable in a couple short years. This shouldn’t be allowed to happen.
    The area around Fukushima is and will continue to be uninhabitable for generations.
    This much is obvious to even the casual observer.
    Take a medium sized nuclear weapon, wait until the prevailing winds are blowing off shore, then set it off. This will eliminate the reactor site completely, and save Japan from the fate of being irradiated further.
    As for the fallout, it would blow off shore, and the SOURCE of the radiation would dissipate. After WW11 we were setting these things off like party favors, testing the strength of various warheads.
    You can’t tell me that they can’t have a warhead that can obliterate a quarter of a mile of plant site and EVERYTHING surrounding it.
    Maybe, just maybe, a nuclear warhead can be used for peace.

    • V5E says:

      @MT:”Take a medium sized nuclear weapon, wait until the prevailing winds are blowing off shore, then set it off. This will eliminate the reactor site completely, and save Japan from the fate of being irradiated further.”

      Japan could NEVER do that, they cannot evac enough people around the area. SO casualties likely be high. However, one of their neighbouring countries could and will deny it. US and Russian spy satellites can disinfo as well as they normally do and nobody will know whose it was ….

  8. mark says:

    RADS =KIDS DIE,
    OK, U LIVE WITH THAT

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