THE NUKE HOAX

Global War deceptions & mass manipulation, fear-mongering terror schemes and propaganda in the Age of the Bomb

Re: THE NUKE HOAX

Postby kickstones on August 22nd, 2013, 2:16 pm

simonshack wrote:*

OBAMA TO REDUCE NUCLEAR ARSENALS BY ONE THIRD

These "news" reached me today through the major Italian newspaper "LA REPUBBLICA":

http://www.repubblica.it/esteri/2013/06 ... ef=HREC1-3

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As I googled for English versions of these "nuclear disarmament" news, I found nothing but some old articles going back to February of this year (2013). Here's one of them:

Obama to Further Disarm US Nuclear Weaponry

"President Barack Obama is expected to soon issue a new directive on his efforts to drastically reduce U.S. nuclear forces. It would be the latest marker in his stated goal of eliminating such weapons worldwide."
(...)

Frank Gaffney, the founder and president of the Center for Security Policy, questions the effectiveness of U.S. nuclear weapons in fulfilling a minimal role.

Gaffney tells Newsmax that the U.S. nuclear-weapons stockpile is quickly becoming obsolete because of platforms dating as far back as the Manhattan Project in the 1940s and an over-reliance on computer modeling instead of real-world testing.

“How on earth do you know that they would actually work?” Gaffney said. “This is one of the dirtiest little secrets in our country, and I think the American people would be horrified if they knew.”
http://www.newsmax.com/Newsfront/obama- ... /id/492085


Good Heavens! How silly this nuke hoax all is! :rolleyes:

Relax, people! THERE ARE NO NUCLEAR WEAPONS ON THIS PLANET!



Yes Simon, but like Anders Björkman points out below, what happened to the tax payers money?


"As an atomic bomb doesn't work it is interesting to note the enormous amounts of $ money, missiles, launch pads, war heads and persons involved to keep the US hoax alive. If that money is or was really spent or just another hoax, is another matter. Evidently you need some money/persons to keep the hoax going:

- Except where noted all figures are in constant 1996 dollars -

1. Cost of the Manhattan Project (through August 1945): $20,000,000,000

SOURCE: Richard G. Hewlett and Oscar E. Anderson, Jr., The New World: A History of the United States Atomic Energy Commission, Volume 1, 1939/1946 (Oak Ridge, Tennessee: U.S. AEC Technical Information Center, 1972), pp. 723-724; Condensed AEC Annual Financial Report, FY 1953 (in Fifteenth Semiannual Report of the Atomic Energy Commission, January 1954, p. 73)

2. Total number of nuclear missiles built, 1951-present: 67,500

SOURCE: U.S. Nuclear Weapons Cost Study Project

3. Estimated construction costs for more than 1,000 ICBM launch pads and silos, and support facilities, from 1957-1964: nearly $14,000,000,000

SOURCE: Maj. C.D. Hargreaves, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Ballistic Missile Construction Office (CEBMCO), "Introduction to the CEBMCO Historical Report and History of the Command Section, Pre-CEBMCO Thru December 1962," p. 8; U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Ballistic Missile Construction Office, "U.S. Air Force ICBM Construction Program," undated chart (circa 1965)

4. Total number of nuclear bombers built, 1945-present: 4,680

SOURCE: U.S. Nuclear Weapons Cost Study Project

5. Peak number of nuclear warheads and bombs in the stockpile/year: 32,193/1966

SOURCE: Natural Resources Defense Council, Nuclear Weapons Data book Project

6. Total number and types of nuclear warheads and bombs built, 1945-1990: more than 70,000/65 types

SOURCE: U.S. Department of Energy; Natural Resources Defense Council, Nuclear Weapons Data book Project

7. Number currently in the stockpile (2002): 10,600 (7,982 deployed, 2,700 hedge/contingency stockpile)

SOURCE: Natural Resources Defense Council, Nuclear Weapons Data book Project

8. Number of nuclear warheads requested by the Army in 1956 and 1957: 151,000

SOURCE: History of the Custody and Deployment of Nuclear Weapons, July 1945 Through September 1977, Prepared by the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense (Atomic Energy), February 1978, p. 50 (formerly Top Secret)

9. Projected operational U.S. strategic nuclear warheads and bombs after full enactment of the Strategic Offensive Reductions Treaty in 2012: 1,700-2,200

SOURCE: U.S. Department of Defense; Natural Resources Defense Council, Nuclear Weapons Data book Project

10. Additional strategic and non-strategic warheads not limited by the treaty that the U.S. military wants to retain as a "hedge" against unforeseen future threats: 4,900

SOURCE: U.S. Department of Defense; Natural Resources Defense Council, Nuclear Weapons Data book Project

11. Largest and smallest nuclear bombs ever deployed: B17/B24 (~42,000 lbs., 10-15 megatons); W54 (51 lbs., .01 kilotons, .02 kilotons-1 kiloton)

SOURCE: Natural Resources Defense Council, Nuclear Weapons Data book Project

12. Peak number of operating domestic uranium mines (1955): 925

SOURCE: Nineteenth Semiannual Report of the Atomic Energy Commission, January 1956, p. 31

13. Fissile material produced: 104 metric tons of plutonium and 994 metric tons of highly-enriched uranium

SOURCE: U.S. Department of Energy

14. Amount of plutonium still in weapons: 43 metric tons

SOURCE: Natural Resources Defense Council, Nuclear Weapons Data book Project

15. Number of thermometers which could be filled with mercury used to produce lithium-6 at the Oak Ridge Reservation: 11 billion

SOURCE: U.S. Department of Energy

16. Number of dismantled plutonium "pits" stored at the Pantex Plant in Amarillo, Texas: 12,067 (as of May 6, 1999)

SOURCE: U.S. Department of Energy

17. States with the largest number of nuclear weapons (in 1999): New Mexico (2,450), Georgia (2,000), Washington (1,685), Nevada (1,350), and North Dakota (1,140)

SOURCE: William M. Arkin, Robert S. Norris, and Joshua Handler, Taking Stock: Worldwide Nuclear Deployments 1998 (Washington, D.C.: Natural Resources Defense Council, March 1998)

18. Total known land area occupied by U.S. nuclear weapons bases and facilities: 15,654 square miles

SOURCE: U.S. Nuclear Weapons Cost Study Project

19. Total land area of the District of Columbia, Massachusetts, and New Jersey: 15,357 square miles

SOURCE: Rand McNally Road Atlas and Travel Guide, 1992

20. Legal fees paid by the Department of Energy to fight lawsuits from workers and private citizens concerning nuclear weapons production and testing activities, from October 1990 through March 1995: $97,000,000

SOURCE: U.S. Department of Energy

21. Money paid by the State Department to Japan following fallout from the 1954 "Bravo" test: $15,300,000

SOURCE: Barton C. Hacker, Elements of Controversy: The Atomic Energy Commission and Radiation Safety in Nuclear Weapons Testing, 1947-1974, University of California Press, 1994, p. 158

22. Money and non-monetary compensation paid by the United States to Marshallese Islanders since 1956 to redress damages from nuclear testing: at least $759,000,000

SOURCE: U.S. Nuclear Weapons Cost Study Project

23. Money paid to U.S. citizens under the Radiation Exposure and Compensation Act of 1990, as of January 13, 1998: approximately $225,000,000 (6,336 claims approved; 3,156 denied)

SOURCE: U.S. Department of Justice, Torts Branch, Civil Division

24. Total cost of the Aircraft Nuclear Propulsion (ANP) program, 1946-1961: $7,000,000,000

SOURCE: "Aircraft Nuclear Propulsion Program," Report of the Joint Committee on Atomic Energy, September 1959, pp. 11-12

25. Total number of nuclear-powered aircraft and airplane hangars built: 0 and 1

SOURCE: Ibid; "American Portrait: ANP," WFAA-TV (Dallas), 1993. Between July 1955 and March 1957, a specially modified B-36 bomber made 47 flights with a three megawatt air-cooled operational test reactor (the reactor, however, did not power the plane).

26. Number of secret Presidential Emergency Facilities built for use during and after a nuclear war: more than 75

SOURCE: Bill Gulley with Mary Ellen Reese, Breaking Cover, Simon and Schuster, 1980, pp. 34- 36

27. Currency stored until 1988 by the Federal Reserve at its Mount Pony facility for use after a nuclear war: more than 2,000,000,000

SOURCE: Edward Zuckerman, The Day After World War III, The Viking Press, 1984, pp. 287-88

28. Amount of silver in tons once used at the Oak Ridge, TN, Y-12 Plant for electrical magnet coils: 14,700

SOURCE: Vincent C. Jones, Manhattan: The Army and the Bomb, U.S. Army Center for Military History, 1985, pp. 66-7

29. Total number of U.S. nuclear weapons tests, 1945-1992: 1,030 (1,125 nuclear devices detonated; 24 additional joint tests with Great Britain)

SOURCE: U.S. Department of Energy

30. First and last test: July 16, 1945 ("Trinity") and September 23, 1992 ("Divider")

SOURCE: U.S. Department of Energy

31. Estimated amount spent between October 1, 1992 and October 1, 1995 on nuclear testing activities: $1,200,000,000 (0 tests)

SOURCE: U.S. Nuclear Weapons Cost Study Project

32. Cost of 1946 Operation Crossroads weapons tests ("Able" and "Baker") at Bikini Atoll: $1,300,000,000

SOURCE: Weisgall, Operation Crossroads, pp. 294, 371

33. Largest U.S. atomic explosion/date: 15 Megatons/March 1, 1954 ("Bravo")

SOURCE: U.S. Department of Energy

34. Number of islands in Enewetak atoll vaporized by the November 1, 1952 "Mike" H-bomb test: 1

SOURCE: Chuck Hansen, U.S. Nuclear Weapons: The Secret History, Orion Books, 1988, pp. 58-59, 95

35. Number of nuclear tests in the Pacific: 106

SOURCE: Natural Resources Defense Council, Nuclear Weapons Data book Project

36. Number of U.S. nuclear tests in Nevada: 911

SOURCE: Natural Resources Defense Council, Nuclear Weapons Data book Project

37. Number of nuclear weapons tests in Alaska [1, 2, and 3], Colorado [1 and 2], Mississippi and New Mexico [1, 2 and 3]: 10

SOURCE: Natural Resources Defense Council, Nuclear Weapons Data book Project

38. Operational naval nuclear propulsion reactors vs. operational commercial power reactors (in 1999): 129 vs. 108

SOURCE: Adm. Bruce De Mars, Deputy Assistant Director for Naval Reactors, U.S. Navy; Nuclear Regulatory Commission

39. Number of attack (SSN) and ballistic missile (SSBN) submarines (2002): 53 SSNs and 18 SSBNs

SOURCE: Adm. Bruce De Mars, Deputy Assistant Director for Naval Reactors, U.S. Navy

40. Number of high level radioactive waste tanks in Washington, Idaho and South Carolina: 239

SOURCE: U.S. Department of Energy

41. Volume in cubic meters of radioactive waste resulting from weapons activities: 104,000,000

SOURCE: U.S. Department of Energy; Institute for Energy and Environmental Research

42. Number of designated targets for U.S. weapons in the Single Integrated Operational Plan (SIOP) in 1976, 1986, and 1995: 25,000 (1976), 16,000 (1986) and 2,500 (1995)

SOURCE: Bruce Blair, Senior Fellow, The Brookings Institution

43. Cost of January 17, 1966 nuclear weapons accident over Palomares, Spain (including two lost planes, an extended search and recovery effort, waste disposal in the U.S. and settlement claims): $182,000,000

SOURCE: Joint Committee on Atomic Energy Interoffice Memorandum, February 15, 1968; Center for Defense Information

44. Number of U.S. nuclear bombs lost in accidents and never recovered: 11

SOURCE: U.S. Department of Defense; Center for Defense Information; Greenpeace; "Lost Bombs," Atwood-Keeney Productions, Inc., 1997

45. Number of Department of Energy federal employees (in 1996): 18,608

SOURCE: U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Worker and Community Transition

46. Number of Department of Energy contractor employees (in 1996): 109,242

SOURCE: U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Worker and Community Transition

47. Minimum number of classified pages estimated to be in the Department of Energy's possession (1995): 280 million

SOURCE: A Review of the Department of Energy Classification Policy and Practice, Committee on Declassification of Information for the Department of Energy Environmental Remediation and Related Programs, National Research Council, 1995, pp. 7-8, 68.

48. Ballistic missile defense spending in 1965 vs. 1995: $2,200,000,000 vs. $2,600,000,000

SOURCE: U.S. Nuclear Weapons Cost Study Project

49. Average cost per warhead to the U.S. to help Kazakhstan dismantle 104 SS-18 ICBMs carrying more than 1,000 warheads: $70,000

SOURCE: U.S. Nuclear Weapons Cost Study Project; Arms Control Association

50. Estimated 1998 spending on all U.S. nuclear weapons and weapons-related programs: $35,100,000,000

SOURCE: U.S. Nuclear Weapons Cost Study Project"


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Re: THE NUKE HOAX

Postby simonshack on August 23rd, 2013, 9:15 pm

kickstones wrote:
"Number of U.S. nuclear bombs lost in accidents and never recovered: 11"



Never mind the ubiquitous and tiresome number 11. I was rather wondering what exactly this means:

"lost in accidents and never recovered" ???


Hmm, let's see (mumble mumble...) Lost in sunk submarines? Lost in US-mail shipments? Lost in translation? :huh:
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Re: THE NUKE HOAX

Postby kickstones on August 24th, 2013, 2:48 pm

simonshack wrote:
kickstones wrote:
"Number of U.S. nuclear bombs lost in accidents and never recovered: 11"



Never mind the ubiquitous and tiresome number 11. I was rather wondering what exactly this means:

"lost in accidents and never recovered" ???


Hmm, let's see (mumble mumble...) Lost in sunk submarines? Lost in US-mail shipments? Lost in translation? :huh:


Apparently, in 1958, a plane carrying a nucluer bomb, 100 times more powerful than the one dropped on Hiroshima, had one of its wing clipped in a mid-air collision with a fighter jet. This resulted in the B-47 Stratojet bomber jettisoning the bomb, in order to land. It's lying 10km off the east coast of Georgia, United States. Pentagon officials, though admitting they do not know the bomb's exact location, insist it is safe. They have rejected demands for it to be recovered, saying it is too dangerous to be touched.

They gave up the search when another hydrogen bomb was accidentally dropped near Florence, South Carolina. A TNT explosive trigger detonated on impact, but the actual nuclear device did not explode.

http://www.greenspun.com/bboard/q-and-a ... _id=0065ZI
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Re: THE NUKE HOAX

Postby simonshack on August 24th, 2013, 11:16 pm

kickstones wrote: It's lying 10km off the east coast of Georgia, United States. Pentagon officials, though admitting they do not know the bomb's exact location, insist it is safe. They have rejected demands for it to be recovered, saying it is too dangerous to be touched.
http://www.greenspun.com/bboard/q-and-a ... _id=0065ZI


From that hilarious article:

"The B-47 aircraft attempted three times unsuccessfully to land with the weapon. The weapon was then jettisoned visually over water off the mouth of the Savannah River. No detonation was observed."


The aircraft attempted THREE landings with the weapon and failed to land? Why? Do they hook their nook bombs on the landing gear? Who writes this stuff? Doctor Strangelove?

The weapon was "jettisoned visually"? ... As opposed to being jettisoned blindly, I suppose ? :blink:

"No detonation was observed."
Pheewww ! Well - I guess that observers in the area would have noticed - if it HAD detonated ! :P
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Re: THE NUKE HOAX

Postby kickstones on August 26th, 2013, 2:22 pm

simonshack wrote:
kickstones wrote: It's lying 10km off the east coast of Georgia, United States. Pentagon officials, though admitting they do not know the bomb's exact location, insist it is safe. They have rejected demands for it to be recovered, saying it is too dangerous to be touched.
http://www.greenspun.com/bboard/q-and-a ... _id=0065ZI


From that hilarious article:

"The B-47 aircraft attempted three times unsuccessfully to land with the weapon. The weapon was then jettisoned visually over water off the mouth of the Savannah River. No detonation was observed."


The aircraft attempted THREE landings with the weapon and failed to land? Why? Do they hook their nook bombs on the landing gear? Who writes this stuff? Doctor Strangelove?



ENERGY AND WATER DEVELOPMENT APPROPRIATIONS ACT (Senate - August 03, 1992)

Narrative Summaries of Accidents Involving U.S. Nuclear Weapons , 1950-1980

May 27, 1957 /B-36/ Kirtland AFB, New Mexico:

The aircraft was ferrying a weapon from Biggs AFB, Texas, to Kirtland AFB. At 11:50 a.m. MST, while approaching Kirtland at an altitude of 1,700 feet, the weapon dropped from the bomb bay taking the bomb doors with it. Weapon parachutes were deployed but apparently did not fully retard the fall because of the low altitude. The impact point was approximately 4.5 miles south of the Kirtland control tower and .3 miles west of the Sandia Base Reservation. The high explosive material detonated, completely destroying the weapon and making a crater approximately 25 feet in diameter and 12 feet deep. Fragments and debris were scattered as far as one mile from the impact point. The release mechanism locking pin was being removed at the time of release. (It was standard procedure at that time that the locking pin be removed during takeoff and landing to allow for emergency jettison of the weapon, if necessary). (*1)

http://thomas.loc.gov/cgi-bin/query/F?r ... iGI:e11710:


full link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JlSQAZEp3PA
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Re: THE NUKE HOAX

Postby lux on September 2nd, 2013, 3:27 pm

Just noticed ...

An image search for "Nagasaki bomb" brings up this image on numerous sites:

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A larger version here:
http://img443.imageshack.us/img443/5417/c2jc.jpg

It's clearly a crudely done (by today's standards) composite of at least 2 photos, the upper and lower halves. The lower portion appears to have been pasted over the top section and appears closer than the top. It looks like they combined portions of two explosions into one image. The result is really quite fake looking, no?
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Re: THE NUKE HOAX

Postby simonshack on September 2nd, 2013, 4:56 pm

lux wrote:Just noticed ...

An image search for "Nagasaki bomb" brings up this image on numerous sites:


Dear Lux,

You'll find that infamous image (and its 'twin sister') on Cluesforum too! Just go to the first post of this thread! :)
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Re: THE NUKE HOAX

Postby lux on September 2nd, 2013, 7:21 pm

simonshack wrote:Dear Lux,

You'll find that infamous image (and its 'twin sister') on Cluesforum too! Just go to the first post of this thread! :)


Ah, yes. Thank you. :)
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Re: THE NUKE HOAX

Postby kickstones on September 9th, 2013, 1:20 pm

Not sure if this is related, but it seems America’s nuclear weapons forces are experiencing huge problems at the moment.

In May, an Air Force commander temporarily stripped 17 officers of their authority to control and launch nuclear-armed Minuteman III missiles after he found their performance lacking during a recent inspection. Air Force nuclear commander Lt. Col. Randy Olson was also relieved of duty.

"The news comes five years after the Air Force refocused on attention to details for its nuclear mission following a series of missteps involving the handling of nuclear weapons under their care. In one case a B-52 bomber crew flew a mission over several Midwestern states while unknowing carrying nuclear-armed cruise missiles."
http://abcnews.go.com/blogs/politics/20 ... s-revoked/

On August 13 it was reported that the 341st Missile Wing at Malmstrom Air Force Base in Montana has failed a safety and security inspection over a number of “tactical level errors.”

In the May case, the 91st got a “marginal” rating, the second lowest possible in such inspections. Today’s report says the 341st got an “unsatisfactory” rating, the lowest of all.

Despite the miserable failure during the inspection, officials say that the wing will main certified to conduct nuclear operations.
http://edition.cnn.com/2013/08/13/polit ... ?hpt=hp_t2

On August 25, 2013 the US Air Force has announced that it is removing Col. David Lynch from his position as commander of nuclear weapon forces at Malmstrom Air Force Base in Montanta, citing “loss of confidence.”

They say it is not the result of the failed inspection first reported by The Associated Press on Aug. 13.
http://www.foxnews.com/us/2013/08/25/mi ... z2eOfpb2bc
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Re: THE NUKE HOAX

Postby MrX on September 26th, 2013, 4:01 pm

Many of the accidents quoted previously are also published in this new book "Command and Control":

http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424127887324549004579065750053378722.html

Amazingly none of these accidents resulted in an explosion - like the one in Damascas - no not that one, Damascas Arkansas. Eric Schlosser totally immersed himself in everything nuke and can assure us we need to be terrified yet again. Especially now. And his dad used to be president of NBC (Wiki) and he's married to Robert Redford's daughter of all people and he is, not to insinuate anything - just sayin, jewish.

The book also states how Henry Kissinger was/is an EXPERT on nuclear weapons:
Henry Kissinger's career was founded on his knowledge of nuclear weapons, yet, when he got into the White House and saw the war plan for the first time, he was astounded.
--- http://www.theguardian.com/books/2013/sep/21/eric-schlosser-books-interview
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Re: THE NUKE HOAX

Postby lux on October 25th, 2013, 1:45 pm

The 1962 test of a "nuclear depth charge" which was done in the waters "southwest of San Diego" (Mexico, in other words).

Note, especially, the fake looking explosion beginning at 8:42.


full link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EV5q_mlhaiM

Earlier the footage also shows the ship's crew dressed in radiation proof suits but they only cover from the neck down so what good would that be? :lol:
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Re: THE NUKE HOAX

Postby Heiwa on October 25th, 2013, 3:30 pm

So if US Navy spots a USSR submarine some miles away at unknown depth below water and US Navy wants to destroy it 1962, USN delivers or sends off an ASROC nucelar rocket to hit the USSR boat underwater - POUFF - and a lot of water splashes up ... but no mushroom cloud ... and no tsunami waves. And apparently the USSR submarine was destroyed. :lol:
Attending ships were vibrating just 45 seconds ... and that was it. :rolleyes:
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Re: THE NUKE HOAX

Postby simonshack on November 8th, 2013, 11:15 pm

*

ROBERT CAPP'S FAKE HIROSHIMA PICTURES


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http://theclick.us/2008/05/atomic-tragedy-photos/

So here's another ridiculous photographic fraud which, even to this day, keeps duping people all over the world...
- including the 'sleuths' over at Let's Roll Forums... :lol:

If you go to the above-linked "ATOMIC TRAGEDY" page (dated May7, 2008), you can read this caption:

"The Robert L. Capp collection at the Hoover Institution Archives contains ten never-before-published photographs illustrating the immediate aftermath of the Hiroshima bombing. These photographs, taken by an unknown Japanese photographer, were found in 1945 among rolls of undeveloped film in a cave :rolleyes: outside Hiroshima by U.S. serviceman Robert L. Capp, who was attached to the occupation forces."


Now, it took me only a few more minutes of internet navigation to discover this other page, which clearly states that the Robert Capp photographs (allegedly found in a cave!) are a scam - and are not from Hiroshima, but from the Kanto earthquake of 1923:

"Since making these photographs publicly available, I have received reliable proof that several of these photos are actually of the 1923 Kanto earthquake. While I cannot speak for the entire collection, this evidence raises grave doubts about all of the photos and strongly suggests that the identification provided by the Hoover Archives is incorrect. I take full responsibility for my own failure to take additional steps to verify that the original archival designation was correct. I have removed the photographs, sent a correction to my publisher, and forwarded all evidence that I have received casting doubt on the photos directly to the Hoover Archives so that they can conduct their own investigation."
http://faculty.ucmerced.edu/smalloy/ato ... hotos.html

In fact, here's the same picture as above - correctly captioned:
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"Piled up victims of the Great Kanto Earthquake (Kanto Daishinsai) of September 1, 1923
at the Honjo Army Clothing Depot (陸軍本所被服廠, Rikugun Honjo Hifukusho) in Tokyo."

http://www.meijishowa.com/photography/8 ... ke-victims


The 'funny-tragic' part of all this - is that this crass fraud keeps fooling even self-professed expert photo-researchers such as "Dr FUBAR" (who has spent untold hours attempting to debunk my 9/11 imagery analyses). In response to Phil Jayhan (who laments about the lack of any mass-victim-pics of Hiroshima) Dr FUBAR posts a whole series of these fraudulent "Robert Capp" images... :rolleyes:

Dr FUBAR wrote:"Not entirely true Phil.

Found something true this link."

(from Let's Roll's thread "DO NUCLEAR WEAPONS EXIST?") :
http://letsrollforums.com/showpost.php? ... stcount=44


And this, in spite of Dr FUBAR copy-pasting into his own post the very disclaimer of the Hoover Institute - CLEARLY stating that those pictures were NOT from Hiroshima, but from the Kanto earthquake of 1923 !...

"This information, along with further investigation, indicates that the undocumented photos appear to be from the Kanto earthquake of 1923."
http://www.hoover.org/news/28996


It's kind of cool to realize that your opponents are dumb, semiliterate individuals. :P
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Re: THE NUKE HOAX

Postby ElSushi on November 19th, 2013, 6:47 pm

Thanks for that other limpid clarification dear Simon. The perp's phony tactics never cease to amaze me.
The "great" 1923 Kanto earthquake caused a massive number of deaths and another less known aspect of the tragedy remains the massive genocide perpetrated by the Japanese Army on a vast group of Korean immigrants right after the disaster.
Someone had to pay...

On September 1, 1923, at 11:58 A.M., the earthquake of magnitude 7.9 violently shook the Kanto region encompassing Tokyo, Kanagawa, Saitama, Chiba, and other prefectures in the vicinity. During that day a total of 114 tremors were felt. In Tokyo only, a total of 187 major fires were recorded, which spread all over the metropolis in no time, burning down residential homes, industrial premises, and public buildings. It is said that the death toll reached somewhere between 100,000 and 140,000. The authorities and residents were totally unprepared for a disaster of this magnitude.

Due to a complete lack of reliable information people panicked and became extremely susceptible to rumors. Amidst this chaos, one population group was singled out as the object of persecution, or extermination to be precise—Koreans. It is said that at least 6,000 Koreans were massacred...
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http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/anq/summary/v076/76.4ryang.html
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Re: THE NUKE HOAX

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