Who are they trying to fool?


Campaigners from South-west Against Nuclear, Nuclear Free Bristol & Bristol CND have today shutdown the EDF shutdown at Hinkley Point B in Somerset “We have come here today to carry out a citizen’s shutdown. It is inconceivable that Anglo-French governments think they can get away with extending the life of reactors well past their designed life-time, we have chosen April fools day for our shutdown to highlight the fact that this is no joking matter”
At this moment Hinkley’s reactor 4 is closed for work to extend it’s lifetime – thousands of workers have been brought in at a cost of £40 million to electricity consumers. Green Party M.E.P Molly Scott Cato says “The estimated costs for prolonging the life of ageing nuclear power stations are almost certainly under estimates and will escalate, particularly against a backdrop of falling renewable energy costs. We need to ramp up renewable energy capacity…

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4 thoughts on “Who are they trying to fool?

  1. I (John Wantling, Rochdale) am researching the Badger cull/bovine Tb in the UK. I have found a nuclear pollution link. Below is a very important message…..
    I put together a ‘TB Not Infectious’ article awhile ago and now I am putting a small booklet together. If you watch this Professor John Bourne presentation, fast forward 18mins.40secs, you will see what I mean.
    John Wantling, Rochdale
    A very important message…. here we have the Professor John Bourne file from the recent AGM seminar the ‘Badger Trust’. Sadly, the good professor cannot see the wood for the trees. This is my comment on this ‘you tube’ file… It is in black and white, we can no longer place our faith in the TB infectious myth. Without him knowing, he has provided enough evidence that explains the environmental causation of TB reactor cows. TB was never ever infectious and the good professor and the ‘Badger Trust’ have both got it all wrong. . Here is my comment… “18.40mins National Spread TB since 1986. Here we have the Chernobyl poison effect translated into infectious disease. Oh dear me, how can the good professor miss that one. This is the tragedy of this whole ‘infectious’ issue, but it is the ‘elephant in the room’ but no one can see it. The reason being, we have been infected with infectious TB when all the time this issue is all about the environment. He then points out that pre 1986, there were just two restricted areas, and so what was the cause. We now need to look at a map of UK nuclear power stations, Hinkley Point B and Oldbury. What a coincidence that these two restrictive points around the Bristol Channel literally pin-point these two power plants. You couldn’t make this up if you tried. The good professor has missed this critical causation of reactor cows. It was not the animals that should have been eliminated, as the good professor states; it’s these nuclear plants that should have been eliminated because they have poisoned the land! He then says that the disease spread over that period but what he really means is that post 1986, the pollution spread (Chernobyl) over that period culminating in more and more reactor cows. The infectious myth is quite clearly a monumental blunder in science and shame on the good professor that he has missed this, a case of our top class statisticians unable to see the wood for the trees. TB was never ever infectious. That is totally impossible. This is a case of infectious theory gone mad.” John Wantling, Rochdale Badger Cull – TB not Infectious
    So basically my research has pinpointed two nuclear reactors on the Bristol Channel and then post 1986 Chernobyl as the cause of the dramatic upsurge TB reactor cows and so this badger cull and the mass slaughter of TB cows is not an infectious disease, but a nuclear pollution issue. This is damning, to say the very least., Our brave and fearless infectious academics can no longer continue on propagating TB infectious, this is utter nonsensical. Moreover, I have just saved the government from bleeding £100m every year for the next 23 years from the public purse. I am totally uneducated, but I feel that I have just solved the mysteries of the badger cull. Even if you had any reservations on my research before now, which many people did, you cannot ignore this nuclear link. What will now happen, our fearless academics will either go very quite or denial will rule the waves. They will never admit that they have got it all wrong. But as I say, it is as clear as can be. But we can thank Professor Bourne for pointing this out even though he was totally unaware of it at the time. John Wantling, Rochdale
    Badger Cull – TB not Infectious
    Professor John Bourne speaker at the Badger Trust AGM Seminar 2015 filmed by Diane Bartlett.

  2. Here is a link to my first article ‘TB Not Infectious’. It is ‘challenging’ but my claims are very strong. I always knew that the reactor cows post 1986 were reacting to Chernobyl pollution, but in his presentation, Professor John Bourne has pointed out two restricted areas of land before Chernobyl, which pinpoint two nuclear reactors. This means that the TB issue post 1986 is directly related to nuclear pollution, and this is costing £100m per year for the next 23 years, so a lot of money bled from the public purse but caused by nuclear pollution. John Wantling, Rochdale Badger Cull – TB not Infectious

  3. mariannewildart, I see Tb as an expression of the immune system. For example, if a poison is in the environment, such as pesticide or contaminated water or nuclear pollution, then the immune system of a human or say an animal such as a cow, will kick in. In the bTB issue, this is what happens to cows, and so they then test ‘positive’ to a so-called TB test which detects proteins/antibodies that are generated by the immune system caused by the environmental poison. Tb is not bad news as such, it is a protection device, it is creating homeostasis, it is walling off the poison through bacilli and then lesions etc. The solution is the discover the environmental cause. If you live near a nuclear power station, say within 100 miles, then I would guess that TB will be a common thing in animals and humans. Although it is considered infectious, it is not. TB vaccine is pointless. Thanks for the PDF link. John Wantling, Rochdale

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