(San Francisco) American military and political leaders adopted a potent poison gas Spermicide as the weapon of choice for the Iraq and Central Asian Nuclear Wars starting in 1991 and continuing to this day.
Such genetically destructive weapons are by definition long lasting, in fact can never be "turned off" after the battle and are Genocidal. Ceramicized uranium poison gas weapons are purposed to wipe out and destroy entire civilizations. As such, their use for that purpose must be and is denied by US Department of Defense and the premier DOD "news" outlets such as the New York Times.
Indeed, it was the 159 year old "Gray Lady," the "venerable" New York Times that covered up the very existence of radiation in September, 1945 after the Atomic Bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Japan in August.
The Times huddled with cronies at the War Department, the Manhattan Project, Livermore Nuclear Weapons Lab and the University of California at Berkeley to arrive at the decision to lie, craft the story and engineer the cover up. All in all, the Times and its own complicit allies penned twelve lying 1945 Editorials. The conspirators won a Pulitzer Prize for their Scam, too.
The resulting triumphant and controlling Livermore Nuclear Delusion morphed with the decades and is basically in effect to this day.
Sixty-one years later in a March, 2006 San Francisco Bay View newspaper article I reported the "poison gas cloud" that spread over Europe from the "Shock and Awe" uranium bombing of Iraq. The SF Bay View web site was hacked but the article is here on the website Global Research. http://tinyurl.com/29jdmy6
I reported the poison gas cloud in the SF Bay View, the New York Times did not. In addition, the report from noted radiation expert Dr. Chris Busby was vigorously denied and then acknowledged by a comically but, lethally inept British Ministry of Defense, MOD.
"The military claimed that a Chernobyl-like event in the area was probably responsible, but no explosive meltdowns of operating reactor cores have been reported or observed in 2006 anywhere in the world. Evidence of the truth of the gas cloud panicked the military into frantic, irrational, ludicrous denials. The military spin was later refined and the new Chernobyl claim quietly dropped. " - Bob Nichols, San Francisco Bay View