America’s #1 Security Threat

With war brewing in Asia and Europe and the Middle East, $17.5 trillion in debt, earthquakes in Los Angeles, and terrorism in Texas – John Kerry announces that 0.0001 mole fraction Mann-made CO2 is the #1 security threat.

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29 Responses to America’s #1 Security Threat

  1. Gunny G says:

    Reblogged this on CLINGERS… BLOGGING BAD ~ DICK.G: AMERICAN ! and commented:

  2. Pathway says:

    I think we all know who the number one security threat is. The Little Dictator.

  3. omanuel says:

    The #1 security threat to the world is sixty-eight years (2014 – 1946 = 68 yrs) of government deception about the energy in cores of:

    1. Heavy atoms like Uranium
    2. Some planets like Jupiter
    3. Ordinary stars like the Sun
    4. Galaxies like the Milky way

    Thanks to the Climategate scandal and a few brave souls like Steven, some well-educated politicians – like Roger Helmer (UKIP Member of the European Parliament for the East Midlands) -are starting to grasp the danger to society of this sixty-eight-year scam.

  4. Send Al to the Pole says:

    Lurch was even uglier when he was young.

  5. Bob Knows says:

    She should be hanged for treason.

    • Gail Combs says:

      most in the military during ‘Nam thought so. (I was an officer’s wife at the time.)

      • gator69 says:

        My father never forgave her for the ‘treatment’ friends of his received at the hands of the Vietnamese, after her little romp.

  6. Sparks says:

    Fake opposition lol

  7. R. de Haan says:

    No wonder the US State has become your enemy no1 with hacks like Kerry in power and Dr. Menken at the EPA experimenting with Americans:

    • Gail Combs says:

      Yeah, the SAME Rochester University killed my Mom with their experiments for the US government. Heavy doses of radiation followed by Chemo. It wiped out her heart by age 61.

      Strong Memorial Hospital of the University of Rochester Medical Center was so notorious for killing patients at the time it was investigated by Sixty Minutes.

      * Exposing almost 200 cancer patients to high levels of radiation from cesium and cobalt. The AEC finally stopped this experiment in 1974.

      We were told the severe radiation burns Mom suffered were because of an ‘Accident’ with the equipment.

      Worse my Father PAID this D^%$ Doctor to kill my Mom. To add insult to injury three of our four neighbors who I all babysat for were doctors and knick named this guy “the Butcher’ but never told us why or what the guy was doing to Mom!

      Any wonder I have a very jaundiced view of the ‘Honesty’ of scientists who haven’t even sworn the Hippocratic Oath as Doctors have?

  8. Andy Oz says:

    That 17.5 Trillion is only federal government debt.
    I don’t know what the state debts are but most are bankrupt except Idaho.
    You’ve also got about 14 trillion in mortgage debt.
    Who knows how much corporate debt and then there is the derivatives contracts in the hundreds of trillions held by the big 4 banksters.
    Kerry and co would probably like a war just to divert attention.

    CO2 is the absolute last thing to be concerned about but it’s the easiest one to use to hype up the media and divert attention from serious issues.

    • Yes, but if we can just print enough money, we can make it all go away. I, for one, would love being a multi-billionaire (& being able to afford a $600000000 cheese-burger at Wendy’s).

  9. Robertv says:

    Don’t forget Fukushima ! Soon in every fish in the Pacific Ocean. Bon appetit

    • Gail Combs says:

      Radioactive iodine has a half-life of 8 days. Everything is already radioactive including you. A minor amount of radioactivity actually kills cancer.

      In A Conversation with an anti society antinuclear activist The activist has surprising admission.

      …I braced myself for a debate about how serious the nuclear accident really was, health effects, long term effect, cleanup costs, etc. But I was completely taken off-guard by what he told me right off the bat. He actually *agreed* that the seriousness of the accident was greatly overstated and that the health effects were likely te turn out to be as small as to be nonexistent.

      My response was, of course, to ask how he could align this with the scaremongering and misinformation being spread by the anti-nuclear parties. He then explained to me that the facts about nuclear energy, it’s safety and even it’s positive economic effects were not relevant. He said that scaremongering and misinformation where the appropriate and moral strategy of anti-nuclear groups…

      GEE, were have we heard that before?

      If anyone has a reason to be anti-radiation I do, but I prefer actual facts.

      From the World Nuclear Organization:
      Fukushima: Radiation Exposure (updated June 2013)

      …No harmful health effects were found in 195,345 residents living in the vicinity of the plant who were screened by the end of May 2011. All the 1,080 children tested for thyroid gland exposure showed results within safe limits, according to the report submitted to IAEA in June. By December, government health checks of some 1700 residents who were evacuated from three municipalities showed that two-thirds received an external radiation dose within the normal international limit of 1 mSv/yr, 98% were below 5 mSv/yr, and ten people were exposed to more than 10 mSv. So while the was no major public exposure, let alone deaths from radiation, there were reportedly 761 victims of “disaster-related death”, especially old people uprooted from homes and hospital because of forced evacuation….

      The residents of Minamisoma town, on the coast 23 km north of Fukushima Daiichi, were found to have very low levels of radiation contamination. In a study of internal radiation dose, measurements were taken of the full-body contamination from caesium exposure of 9498 residents who had returned to the town and stayed there between September 2011 and March 2012. The study found that two-thirds of the residents had no detectable levels of caesium. Of the rest, only one appeared to have received an equivalent dose more than 1 mSv, and that was 1.07 mSv. The current ambient dose rate in the town is about 3 mSv/yr from external sources, well within the government’s 20 mSv/yr limit for returnees….

      To March 2013 Tepco has employed some 25,837 workers at the site since the accident, keeping records of their radiation exposure as clean-up and remediation proceeded. Of these, over 95% received less than 50 mSv during the 25 month period; 4% received 50-100 mSv and fewer than 1% received over 100 mSv…

      Fukushima Accident (Updated 31 March 2014)

      …Regarding releases to air and also water leakage from Fukushima, the main radionuclide from among the many kinds of fission products in the fuel was volatile iodine-131, which has a half-life of 8 days. The other main radionuclide is caesium-137, which has a 30-year half-life, is easily carried in a plume, and when it lands it may contaminate land for some time. It is a strong gamma-emitter in its decay. Cs-134 is also produced and dispersed, it has a two-year half-life. Caesium is soluble and can be taken into the body, but does not concentrate in any particular organs, and has a biological half-life of about 70 days. In assessing the significance of atmospheric releases, the Cs-137 figure is multiplied by 40 and added to the I-131 number to give an “iodine-131 equivalent” figure.

      …Tepco estimates published in May 2012 showed a total of about 1020 PBq released to the atmosphere over 12-31 March 2011 (after which very little was released). Apart from noble gases this comprised 500 PBq iodine-131, 10 PBq Cs-137 and 10 PBq Cs-134. In iodine-131 equivalent terms this comes to 500 + 400 + 40 = 940 PBq iodine-131 eq released to atmosphere. In addition, 500 PBq noble gases was estimated, mainly xenon-133. This is normally disregarded since is not biologically active and has only a five-day half life. Of the total releases, about 20% came from Unit 1, 40% from Unit 2 (peak on 15 March), and 40% from Unit 3 (peak on 16 March). Releases to the ocean over 26 March to 30 September were about 11 PBq iodine-13, 3.5 PBq Cs-134, 3.6 PBq Cs-137, total 18.1 PBq (or 169 PBq I-131 eq) apart from atmospheric fallout. Relatively little radioactive material was released by the active venting of pressure inside the reactor vessels (routing steam through water and releasing it through the exhaust stacks) or by the hydrogen explosions….

      (One Bq is defined as the activity of a quantity of radioactive material in which one nucleus decays per second. )

      So most of the radiation was in the form of radioactive Iodine with a half-life of 8 days. That means just about all of it has already decayed and you are not above the natural background level.

  10. tom0mason says:

    Kerry is just like the photo a fraud (search Kerry Fonda photo fraud), true name is Kohn.

  11. wwlee4411 says:

    Reblogged this on wwlee4411 and commented:
    Don’t let the truth get in the way of your lies.

  12. Psalmon says:

    When these guys talk about the “good ol’ days” or sing “happy days are here again” this is what they refer to.

  13. Brian H says:

    America elected its #1 security threat as POTUS. Twice.

    The piper must be paid.

    • Gail Combs says:

      America The Voting Machines elected [America’s] #1 security threat as POTUS. Twice.

      There, I fixed it for ya.

      As Dr Roberts pointed out it is the vote counters who choose the candidate not the voters.

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