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Letter: Japan must stop the flow of radioactive materials

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Posted: Wednesday, September 25, 2013 12:00 am

I think it’s time to tell Japan that radioactive materials running into our ocean has to stop now. The ground water is radioactive. The storage tanks are leaking. Problem after problem. I can only think of one way to stop this mess: vaporize the whole place. Give Japan a small H-bomb, and do what needs to be done.

I know to most people this sounds like madness. This problem is madness. WE have to do what needs to be done. This isn’t Japan’s problem, it’s everyone’s problem.

Don’t forget we tested more than 60 nuclear bombs in our ocean. I’ve never been happy about that. Thank God, we don’t do that anymore. I’ve always looked at nuclear plants as ticking time bombs.

The problems with nuclear aren’t even close to being over.

Gary Kries


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  • Mike Adams posted at 12:08 pm on Sun, Sep 29, 2013.

    Mike Adams Posts: 1271

    Treacy: Fair warning....anything you read on the "infowars.com" website is nothing more than a collection of mushbrain wanna be "reporters" whose only qualifications appear to be that they have a computer and a modem. infowars does not vet any of the stories it posts and it looks like they accept any story.
    I've uncovered many stories written and posted (well, quite frankly, any stories) on infowars where the information was either not true or evidence was misapplied to prove their case, or edited to make the story more believable.

    The reporters I've looked into have equally dubious credentials. Most claim to be writing for a well known legitemate media source, but usually this is just flat out lying.

    After looking at CT propoganda for decades, truth, or the absence of truth is not an issue when they pass on information.

  • Andrew Liebich posted at 2:17 pm on Thu, Sep 26, 2013.

    Andrew Liebich Posts: 2694

    My post didn't have anything to do with Ms. Bobin.

    I merely shared information concerning Fukishima.

  • Treacy Elliott posted at 2:30 pm on Wed, Sep 25, 2013.

    Treacy Elliott Posts: 49

    Mr. Liebich, I think a reading comprehension course should be in your future. Did MS Bobin state in her response that radiation leakage was not an issue. No, she didn't. So I would say you agree that the use of an HBomb would resolve the radiation issue. Please show me some proof that that is the case, or is it you just want to be a contrary son of a gun?

  • Andrew Liebich posted at 8:27 am on Wed, Sep 25, 2013.

    Andrew Liebich Posts: 2694

    [sleeping]...Ignorance is bliss!

  • Joanne Bobin posted at 7:32 am on Wed, Sep 25, 2013.

    Joanne Bobin Posts: 4313

    Another prime example of printing the most offensive trash in the LNS.

    We could debate the "necessity" of dropping two nuclear bombs on Japan in order to bring the Japanese to their knees in order to end the war in the Pacific all day long.

    But to suggest that we drop a hydrogen bomb on Japan today to solve the problem of radioactive material leaking from the damaged plant?

    We have some seriously mentally ill people in this world.


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