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Small agricultural communities target in USA, and now in Australia, for toxic radioactive nuclear wastes

Paul Waldon   Fight To Stop A Nuclear Waste Dump In South Australia, 7 May 20

Hanford and White Bluffs were “once” both small agriculture communities of Benton county, Washington State and now they are part of America’s most radioactive contaminated land going to waste, with such contamination expanding outside its designated parameters.

Here in South Australia we have the small agriculture community of Kimba destined to run the same parallels, fueled by the same environmentally blind visions of a few community and socially impudent locals.

The New York Academe of Science has stated that the World Health Organization (WHO) can “not” report on radioactive releases and its impact to public health without first gaining the green light to do so from the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC). Moreover, President Donald Trump has also limited funding to the WHO.

So with the WHO’s loss of economic gratuity, no permission to report, a nuclear coterie that is not forthcoming when there are accidents, a media that is nobbled by government interests and the U.S.NRC events notification reporting no less than 1,100 accidents per year, how can anyone lay claim this is a safe industry?

May 9, 2020 - Posted by | General News

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