Archive for October 1st, 2011


Puffing on Polonium

October 1, 2011

Tobacco Industry Refused To Reduce Radioactivity In Cigarettes In Order To Maintain Addictive Potential

“Amazingly, the tobacco industry was also aware of an acid washing process by which the radioactive potential of cigarette smoke could be dramatically reduced. Autopsies from smokers indicate that the majority of tumors occur where the alpha particles accumulate in the lungs. This acid wash technique is effective at removing the radioisotope from tobacco plants, and has the potential to significantly reduce cancer risk.”

*Puffing on Polonium

“When the former K.G.B. agent Alexander V. Litvinenko was found to have been poisoned by radioactive polonium 210 last week, there was one group that must have been particularly horrified: the tobacco industry.”

*U.S. Environmental Protection Agency-Radiation Protection-Tobacco Smoke

“For example, phosphate fertilizers, favored by the tobacco industry, contain radium and its decay products (including lead-210 and polonium-210). When phosphate fertilizer is spread on tobacco fields year after year, the concentration of lead-210 and polonium-210 in the soil rises.”


Children Forced to Drink Radioactive Milk

October 1, 2011

Fukushima children forced to drink radioactive milk at school lunch

“September 29, 2011
Upper House Budget Committee

Above is an excerpt from the video below:


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*Japan lets kids return near Fukushima nuclear plant


GMO Right2Know March

October 1, 2011

GMO Call for action! Theresa Marquez

“Is it GMO? March for our right to know!
Organic Activist and Chief Marketing Director of Organic Valley, Theresa Marquez is going to be in Washington DC on October 16th to help rally awareness on why we deserve the right to know if it is GMO. Help her and thousands others to send a clear message to our nations Capital, GMOs must be labeled so we can have the right to choose!”

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“Join the GMO Right2Know March Oct 1-16, 2011”

*Chuck Norris strikes back against GMOs, Codex, and government assault against health freedom