Category: X-Files Uranium Coverup

Uranium Coverup 04/21 – Fate of Uranium

Upon impact, the high kinetic energy of an armour-piercing DU projectile ignites it and helps it penetrate the armour, self-sharpening fashion. Part of DU metal vaporizes into a very fine dust (aerosol) of uranium oxides. About two-thirds are dark brown and black insoluble particles. Those oxygen-rich are soluble in water, and yellow and orange in colour.

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Uranium Coverup 06/21 – Health effects

The health effects depend on the quantity of uranium oxide dust inhaled or ingested, frequency, and duration of exposure. A high initial dose can cause acute respiratory failure and poisoning, leading to death within a few days. Smaller doses cause hair loss, reduced regeneration of skin and nails, physical weakness, fatigue, flu-like symptoms, diarrhea, and immune and peripheral nervous system damage manifested up to a few months after the initial exposure.

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Uranium Coverup 08/21 – Humanitarian law

A weapon may be determined to be illegal two ways: (i) by adoption of a specific treaty banning it; and (ii) because its use would necessarily violate existing law and customs of war (humanitarian law). A weapon made illegal only because there is a specific treaty banning it is only illegal for countries that ratify such a treaty.

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Uranium Coverup 10/21 – DU-banning treaty

Some opponents of DU weaponry have proposed work on an anti-DU treaty. This can be very risky because a new “trick” of the US (and a few other governments) is to use treaty processes to try to weaken, if not completely undermine, existing customary law. The United States tries to assert that if there is a treaty on a subject, then any pre-existing customary international law on the subject is terminated.

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Uranium Coverup 15/21 – Behind the scenes

Public Affairs (PA) of Information Warfare “provides objective reporting without intent to propagandize” and disseminates information internationally. PA involves press releases, media briefings and statements by the military that “are based on projection of truths and credible message [that serve to discredit] adversary propaganda or misinformation against the operations of US/coalition forces [which] is critical to maintaining favorable public opinion.”

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Uranium Coverup 16/21 – Deny, delay, deceive

Covering up the effects of controversial weapons by the governments has a history. For example, US Newswire reported on October 30, 2002, that former defense secretary Robert S. McNamara and 10 others were defendants named in two first-of-their-kind class action lawsuits for allegedly covering up medical records without which several hundred thousands of veterans of atomic, biological and chemical warfare testing, and families of deceased, cannot receive benefit for the long-term health effects.

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Uranium Coverup 17/21 – Service to humankind

Official “investigations” suppress evidence of uranium-induced illness and death. In those “studies” Pentagon and other military authorities co-opt research institutes, universities, and international health and safety organizations: UNEP, ICRP, World Health Organization (WHO), International Atomic Energy Authority (IAEA), and other.

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Uranium Coverup 18/21 – The other factor

NATO “science” emphasizes the “other factor” of Gulf and Balkan syndromes. A 1999 RAND “report” released concurrently with Operation Allied Force absolved DU and blamed drugs that Gulf War soldiers received against chemical weapons. In the “Kosovo DU” scandal, NATO cited chemicals in wood handled by the soldiers, and benzene with which they supposedly cleaned guns. Soldiers denied the use of benzene.

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Uranium Coverup 19/21 – Captive science

Radiation at DU sites is measured with the Geiger counter, which is insensitive to certain particles. Portugal science minister Dr. Mariano Gago told reporters DU was a “false problem.” His team did not find “the smallest shred of radioactivity in any part of Kosovo.” Dr. Fernando Carvalho, waving a Geiger counter, told the reporters that no radiation at all was found.

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Uranium Coverup 21/00 – 20,000 Nuclear Warheads World Wide

So the US cannot live with a nuclear Iran? But can live with nuclear Israel, Korea, Russia, France, China, etc.? But Europe and Asia can [live with nuclear Iran]. Since the mid 1940’s till half a century later, many countries got their nukes and delivery systems. So far, all others could live with that, as none has ever dropped any nuke since on Japan. So what’s the threat if Iranian scientists are playing with trans-urane elements? They do since the 1980’s. Now show me their bomb!

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