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Monday, July 29, 2019

Zero Hedge Recycling Old Lies to Make Russia Look Bad, and Fukushima Look Small

stock here -- this would be a sad day indeed if I am right, but over the last 6 months I have seen a
trend of stories at ZH that I totally disagree with.

They recycle a story about a leak of Ruthenium-106 from 2017 and now use use it to make Russia look bad  and they say it is 100 times bigger than Fukushima radiation releases.....

It's weird.   I covered this story in 2017 and I do remember finding out the release was far braoder than JUST RU-106.    Another great researcher from ENENEWS days, MVB also did an article on that farce, and CodeShutdown chimed in also.

BUT ITS ODD that ZH is rehashing this shit NOW.    Are they clickbait, or worse, controlled opposition.   Be on guard.

Here is one from Mining Awareness


Ru-103 has a half-life of only 39.26 days.  Iodine-131’s half-life is only 8.02 days.  Both are indicative of an active fissioning reactor leaking.  The corresponding data gaps and disturbances affecting monitors across the entire Northern Hemisphere, and particularly inland in Europe suggest a MAJOR nuclear incident / accident.  It is IMPOSSIBLE,  with such a major radiation release, that so-called “independent nuclear watchdogs” and supposed national authorities “have no clue” what happened where.

'Whatever it was, likely a nuclear meltdown accident on par with Chernobyl or even Fukushima-Daiichi, is affecting radiation monitors across the entire Northern Hemisphere.  Diversion stories bullshitting about a little harmless whiff of pharmaceutical Ruthenium-106 “from Russia” don’t hold up to scrutiny, whatsoever.  Pointing that out to mainstream media outlets has so far not made one iota of difference, suggesting a cover-up of epic proportions…'

'spikes of Ru-103, I-131, Cs-134,  and upticks of Cs-137, Pb-210, Na-22, Be-7, (see also repeated graphs below) a tell-tale mixture of definitely a major radioactive cloud released from an active fission nuclear reactor'

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