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« Reply #25 on: 24/03/2011 19:50:14 »

Alex Jones on the radiation leaks his demo with water at 08.47
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Ah, that Alex Jones! A conspiracy theorist nutter who believes that the "Bohemian Grove" club sacrifices children and worships Satan.

I don't think I'll bother with this thread.

Oh you know what they get up to a Bohemian Grove? Be sure many of the cults out in this world, are satanic. The entire idea of hiding in the shaddows is completly, un-Jewish, christian, or Muslim, or Hindu. Most of the cults are I think you'll find are very ungodly!

So you run along newbie
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« Reply #26 on: 24/03/2011 20:00:27 »
I need to remind you that the most religious of people His Holiness the Pope gets elected and does most of his business behind closed doors and the Vatican library is inaccessible and locked to nearly all individuals. But that's going off topic and all I can say is when people on a forum resort to name calling then its because thy have already lost the argument.

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« Reply #27 on: 24/03/2011 20:13:13 »
OK, never mind who you cite.
You say a million died because of Chernobyl.
For the sake of this debate let's accept that figure.
You also say that the  latest problem in Japan is worse.
In order for you to be sure that's true there must be more than a million dead in Japan.

Do you really believe that, or had you just not thought it through?
Ten Hiroshimas worth of deaths in a couple of weeks and they are keeping it a secret?

Incidentally, I didn't reference a book. I cited an on-line copy of an article and I used a figure of speech.

 

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« Reply #28 on: 24/03/2011 20:43:45 »
OK, never mind who you cite.
You say a million died because of Chernobyl.
For the sake of this debate let's accept that figure.
You also say that the  latest problem in Japan is worse.
In order for you to be sure that's true there must be more than a million dead in Japan.

Do you really believe that, or had you just not thought it through?
Ten Hiroshimas worth of deaths in a couple of weeks and they are keeping it a secret?


No we are talking longer term effects those currently suffering radiation poisioning will take a few weeks to die. How many are going to get cancer? the radiation is spreading to other counties. That million figure is from the time of Chenobyl to today or till 2004, in all countries effected.

So if this is worse and it's possible that more radiation has been released already. We don't know how this will pan out, but going by Chenobyl we do not need to see a million people dead.

It appears that you are saying "I'll will wait 20 years or so and then when the death toll hits a million I'll say 'ok it was a bad as Chenobyl'" Your thinking appears kinda off.
 

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« Reply #29 on: 24/03/2011 20:47:59 »
I need to remind you that the most religious of people His Holiness the Pope gets elected and does most of his business behind closed doors and the Vatican library is inaccessible and locked to nearly all individuals. But that's going off topic and all I can say is when people on a forum resort to name calling then its because thy have already lost the argument.

Now, I'm going as I have an effigy to burn!

Not name calling- you are a newbie.

What arguement? What Arguement, that Alex Jones is a conspricy nut, he might be about somethings but at the same time he does reseach and backs many of his claims, with media and science sourses.

So what ever.

Oh P.S In terms of name calling the first thing you did was name call Alex jones a "Conspricy nut" In terms of hypocracy not bad going. What, did you you join just to cause probs?

You also missed the point I was making.
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« Reply #30 on: 24/03/2011 22:51:34 »
OK. This thread is going nowhere.

It's locked.
 

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