Chernobyl: Two Days in the Exclusion Zone

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More radiation tourists unwittingly confirming the myth without a critical thought.

Three Mile Island should have put up an amusement park. Just recently it was announced that it was closing in 2019, as the state withdraws from the fraud. If only Ontario would be released from this worldwide scam.

This video shows the usual contradiction that is nuclear/unclear science. It’s dangerous yet there are wild horses around fine. It’s scary yet the food is great. The only thing Chernobyl is evidence of is Soviet economic collapse. Communism can’t work because too many people cheat and steal and nothing gets done. Nuclear science is a hoax and so was this event. A simple urban land clear to cement the myth of nuclear science in the fear center of human minds.

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4 thoughts on “Chernobyl: Two Days in the Exclusion Zone

  1. xileffilex

    “international co-operation” – he said it!
    I guess those “radiation hotspots” are part of the experience. Could you take your own geiger counter in there on the tour I wonder? Are they real, syntetic, radiation hotspots?
    Good find, Ab.

  2. el sushi de la mancha

    People of my entourage who were busting out back in March 2011 about the pseudo nuclear unclear radiations in Fukushima have all gone into silent mode as if they had forgotten all the insane messages and panicked phone calls they made with me. ” oh, is that so?? did i say that? did i call you in that way?? sorry dude, can’t remember, i was probably busy doing some other stuffs”
    RIGHT. Social engineering it is indeed. There is no nuclear energy there is no nuclear power.

  3. ricky

    Brilliant synopsis Ab, you are one smart cat, how can this be so obvious in retrospect? It’s painful to realize how fooled most of us were, but even worse, how most still are.


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