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YOU KNOW GOVERNMENT HAD ACCESS TO READINGS ALL ALONG....WHAT WILL YOU DO ABOUT IT?
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[quote:Enchanted Wanderer:MV8xNDQwMzc2XzIzNzU1OTM3X0ZGMzU1RkI0] [b]GREENHAM COMMON[/b] On the 5th September 1981, the Welsh group “Women for Life on Earth” arrived on Greenham Common, Berkshire, England. They marched from Cardiff with the intention of challenging, by debate, the decision to site 96 Cruise nuclear missiles there. On arrival they delivered a letter to the Base Commander which among other things stated ‘We fear for the future of all our children and for the future of the living world which is the basis of all life’. When their request for a debate was ignored they set up a Peace Camp just outside the fence surrounding RAF Greenham Common Airbase. [b]They took the authorities by surprise and set the tone for a most audacious and lengthy protest that lasted 19years. [/b]Within 6 months the camp became known as the Women’s Peace Camp and gained recognition both nationally and internationally by drawing attention to the base with well publicised imaginitive gatherings.This unique initiative threw a spotlight on ‘Cruise’ making it a national and international political issue throughout the 80s and early 90s. The presence of women living outside an operational nuclear base 24 hours a day, brought a new perspective to the peace movement - giving it [b]leadership and a continuous focus[/b]. At a time when the USA and the USSR were competing for nuclear superiority in Europe, the Women’s Peace Camp on Greenham Common was seen as an edifying influence. The commitment to non-violence and non-alignment gave the protest an authority that was difficult to dismiss – journalists from almost every corner of the globe found their way to the camp and reported on the happenings and events taking place there. http://www.greenhamwpc.org.uk/ [/quote]
Yes I edited the title.. seemed more appropriate...
Proof that the US Government has had access to their own forecast modeling for all the radiation fall out going back as far as the 21st of march at least. They havent advertised it nor used it to warn people.
: since Dutch posted this there have been no additional models loaded on the website...
link to www.atmos.umd.edu
link to www.atmos.umd.edu
link to www.youtube.com
link to www.woweather.com
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On the 5th September 1981, the Welsh group “Women for Life on Earth” arrived on Greenham Common, Berkshire, England. They marched from Cardiff with the intention of challenging, by debate, the decision to site 96 Cruise nuclear missiles there. On arrival they delivered a letter to the Base Commander which among other things stated ‘We fear for the future of all our children and for the future of the living world which is the basis of all life’.
This story is one of the most courageous stories Ive read in a long time... Think its time we follow their lead ..
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