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Anti-nuclearist BloG #177/ 22 Dec 2013 ©  What Is NSDU-238 To You Or The Indige-Amers?

anti-nuclearist bloG #177/ 22 Dec 2013 © what is NSDU-238 to You or the indige-Amers?

anti-nuclearist bloG #177/ 22 Dec 2013 ©
what is NSDU-238 to You or the indige-Amers?

A federal judge could halt the illegal usages of NSDU-238. What do chauvanists care? An Executive Oligarch will not release and pardon Leonard Peltier from federal Penitentiary because the FBIs made no recourse to law by pointing the finger (and flipping the bird at the so-Called Justice Dept) stating set example by abusing your own rights! The FBIs were bought off by plutocrats w aid from Technocrats pushing CIAs and NSDU-238 for which indge-Amers lands were useful for and of already rad-Actives dumping and no-purpose to Clean-Ups! What a legacy to uphold ,like lies that indige-Amers invented scalp-Peelings, whether persons were dead oR alive? Learn your whitey heritage, it’s good for you! “R”

“After 1713, Great Britain was hell bent and determined to subjugate the Mi’kmaq and reduce them to beggars in their own land, or exterminate them all-together. Every barbaric means available was put to use to realize it’s goal.
The most reprehensible of the methods selected by the British colonial governors of Nova Scotia were proclamations for the scalps of Mi’kmaq men, women and children, a practice that was widely used by British Governors before to decimate, and in several cases exterminate entire Tribes in what is now the eastern states of the United States of America.

Three proclamations for Mi’kmaq scalps were issued by Nova Scotia’s British colonial governors. During 1744, the Mi’kmaq had the British fort at Annapolis Royal under siege, which caused the colony’s Governor, Paul Mascarene, to request military assistance from the British Governor of the Massachuetts Bay Colony, William Shirley. On November 2, 1744, Shirley responded by declaring war on the Mi’kmaq, and their allies. The war declaration included a provision that provided that cash payments would be paid to those who harvested the scalps of Mi’kmaq men, women and children, and for the scalps of any who were assisting them. Captain John Gorham, who commanded Gorham’s Rangers, was sent to Nova Scotia with his men to enforce the declaration. Their barbarities terrified all, including many British subjects.
Shortly after June 21, 1749, when Governor Edward Cornwallis arrived in Nova Scotia to found a settlement of suitable Protestants settlers at Chebucto Harbour, later renamed Halifax, he had English officers meet with the Mi’kmaq Chiefs to inform them once again that the King of England owned their land, and as the owners they were going to start building English settlements. In response, on September 23, 1749, the Mi’kmaq renewed their declaration of war against the British.

On October 1, 1749, Governor Cornwallis convened a meeting of his colonial military government, aboard HMS Beaufort, at anchor in the harbour, to decide upon a response to the Mi’kmaq declaration of war. It was decided not to declare war in return upon the Mi’kmaq, but to treat them as bandits, and offer a monetary reward for their scalps. Thus, on October 2, 1749, Cornwallis issued a proclamation that specified monetary rewards that would be paid to British Subjects that harvested the scalps of Mi’kmaq men, women and children. Geoffrey Plank, a history professor at the University of Cincinnati, labels it “a time when it was a capital offence to be a Mi’kmaq.” The stated intent of the policy was to exterminate the Mi’kmaq. The following year, although scalps were being brought into British forts for payment, they apparently were not coming in fast enough, on June 21, 1750 the monetary reward was increased five fold. Cornwallis was removed as governor in 1752, however, before departure he, on July 17, 1752, revoked his bounty proclamations. Obliviously, as I’m writing this in 2010, his extermination plans failed!”

Mi’kmaq/Maliseet Nations News, November 2010 Issue—Celebrating European Colonization
By Mi’kmaq Elder Dr. Daniel N. Paul, C.M., O.N.S. November 16, 2010


Who talks these days UN-less they are spasdic “pundits” of big-Money lies, deceits and culpabilities. Do the pundits ever talk about what is funded and what ‘radionuclides are cleaned-Up once polluting Iraq as continuing w.o.? The amplifications of disassociating parable propaganda to a tee. NNSA keeps monopoly a pact as though merely ten dollars per hour to play at the pool table. Peace overtures is not the symphony, but wars-Warring anarchyist polemic. The indigent nature is being nurtured and laxity is the helmsman of the human anatomy driving toward death-Threats of anxiety. The planet is UN-defended, does that mean defense is priority? The passion to use and not state shelf life is not dangerous ought be introspected! NSDU-238 has been a nuclear-Weapon since inception in 1943, wow course in gRad School on what has not been studied because not allowed! Does that exist too? “R”

“At an estimated $640 billion over the next decade, nuclear weapons and related spending are long overdue for a strong dose of budget discipline. In fact, targeted cuts to our overstocked nuclear arsenal will make us all safer while saving tens of billions of dollars in the process.
The National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) — the agency that oversees the nuclear warhead complex — may well be the most bloated agency in the federal government. It has been tagged by the Government Accountability Office as being at high risk for “waste, fraud and abuse.”

NNSA may well take the prize for the highest proportion of projects that are over budget, behind schedule, and, in most cases, unneeded in the first place. At the top of the list is the B61-12 nuclear bomb. The B61 program is now estimated to cost $10 billion by the time it’s done, producing bombs that literally cost more than their weight in gold. To add insult to injury, a primary mission for the B61 — deployment to Europe — is a legacy of the Cold War that bears no relationship to current defense needs.

Running neck-and-neck with the B61 program for the honor of least worthwhile project at the highest cost is something called the MOX facility. Although it sounds like a disease, perhaps a modern variation on chicken pox, the MOX plant is actually a factory intended to take plutonium waste from the nuclear bomb complex and turn it into fuel for civilian nuclear reactors. By their own admission, administration officials are “reluctant” to put a price tag on the project, which the Government Accountability Office indicates has jumped most recently from “only” $4.8 billion to $6.8 billion or more. Tom Clements of the Alliance for Nuclear Accountability has suggested that the full lifetime cost of the MOX plant could exceed $20 billion. And all of this for a program that is going to produce fuel that may or may not have a paying customer when all is said and done.
Other horror stories of overpriced and unnecessary projects at the NNSA abound. In April 2011, well before the onslaught of sequester-mania, the Alliance for Nuclear Accountability put out a handy report called “Nuclear Reality Checks” that highlighted no fewer than nine multibillion-dollar projects at NNSA that should be either scaled back or eliminated altogether.”

The Nuke Plan to Nowhere
By Wm. Hartung, Director, Arms and Securtiy Project Ctr. for Int’l Policy
Posted: 03/04/2013 7:35 pm

a voice from the VOId, the peace-Warrior

–note: bLog #236 peace-People

Tags/ Nukies, contaminations, B-61-12, nuclear bombs, nuclearist legacy, price-Tag, bloated and overdone, NNSA, Dr. Daniel N. Paul, neo-Colonialist, 1749, Governor Cornwallis, Mi’kmaq,

Bio-sketch (2-27-16)…

Bio-sketch (2-27-16)…

I started into believing that I would be able to show my data and my photogRapHics in 1996. By 1998 I was learning computers would gain ascendant methods thru technics of programming for a future connected to data and information. That was nuclear-Molecular finding(s) to share and my personal-Activism w first account specifics and engendering(s).

As cameras went 'digital-Tech' I fond that editing was also to follow in 2004. Then, in 2005 my first digital camera had replaced usage(s) of s.l.r. 35 mm's. I have no mercy nor pity for the thieves who have stolen my hard werk, as anxiety of what I allowed was mid-stReam--anyway! Those asshole-Pukes have cost me $1,000's on a fixed income and I remain single, sole-Survivor of two-Families w.o. offspring!

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