The Mormons invited the Pentagon to begin nuclear testing in the U.S.
Prior to 1951, the Pentagon tested all of their atomic bombs in the "Pacific" Marshall Islands. The generals knew full well about the deadly effects of radiation, and they wanted to test their devilish devices far, far away from population centers.
Operation Sandstone was a series of nuclear weapons' tests in 1948. It was the fourth of the Pentagon tests, following Port Chicago in 1944, Trinity in 1945, and Crossroads in 1946, and preceding Ranger. Like the Crossroads tests, the Sandstone tests were carried out at the "Pacific" Proving Grounds, although at Enewetak Atoll rather than Bikini Atoll.
Prior to 1951, deadly atomic bomb testing was done in the Marshall Islands, far, far away from any major population centers.
In 1950, Utah governor J. Bracken Lee invited the Pentagon to begin their deadly tests on U.S. soil.
The Mormons were a vital part of the sinister scheme to add California to the British Empire!!
The Mormons were originally recruited in Britain, and they were supposed to seize California before the United States of Israel could fulfill Bible prophecy by expanding from sea to shining sea.
The Utah governor, J. Bracken Lee, was a gung-ho Cold Warrior, and he was very anxious to cooperate with the Pentagon as they planned for a first strike against the Soviet Union.
Even though the test site was in Nevada, the Jet Stream carried the deadly radioactive fallout eastward over Utah and the United States.
The first nuclear test was held at the Nevada Test Site on January 27, 1951.
The first field test with soldiers as guinea pigs was held in November 1951.
The deadly mushroom cloud was carried eastward by the Jet Stream.
This was to test the effects of radiation on U.S. Army guinea pigs. The soldiers were stationed 6 miles (9.7 km) from Ground Zero. Many of them had no idea about the deadly effects of radiation and suffered irreparable damage to their internal organs.
1953 was a horrible year for radiation poisoning throughout the United States.
11 nuclear tests were held, and "Dirty Harry" was the worst of them all.
St. George, Utah, received the brunt of the fallout.
St. George received the brunt of the fallout of above-ground nuclear testing in the Yucca Flats/Nevada Test Site northwest of Las Vegas. Winds routinely carried the fallout of these tests directly through St. George and southern Utah. Marked increases in cancers such as leukemia, lymphoma, thyroid cancer, breast cancer, melanoma, bone cancer, brain tumors, and gastrointestinal tract cancers were reported from the mid-1950s through 1980.
Thousands of cattle and sheep dropped dead suddenly from radiation poisoning. The Pentagon refused to reimburse the farmers and the courts dared not set a precedent by acknowledging that radiation was a killer.
The grim reaper was swinging his nuclear scythe over the United States of Israel for 40 years....A whopping 924 nuclear weapons were exploded between 1951 and 1992.
What happened to the cast and crew of The Conqueror was just a microcosm of the deadly harvest of death from radiation poisoning, aka "cancer" or "leukemia."
A nuclear power station is just another kind of nuclear explosion . . . but in SLOW MOTION....No "big bang" is heard but the deadly radiation is released very, very slowly into the air and water.
The first nuclear power station opened at Shippingport, Pennsylvania, in 1958. It was part of the Pentagon's "atoms for peace" program. The design was based on admiral Hyman Rickover's nuclear submarines.
By 1980, there were about 174 slow motion nuclear bombs operating in the countryall financed by the Pentagon.
A nuclear power generating station is a SLOW MOTION nuclear explosion . . . minus the "big bang."
During the lifetime of the reactor, small quantities of deadly radiation spew into the air and the water used to cool the reactor.
That water then enters the water table and is drunk by humans and animals.
Not only does small amounts of radiation have deadly effects on the body, but it also causes mental retardation:
Sternglass also found later confirmation of some of his fallout conclusions from a most unexpected sourcethe U.S. Navy. In 1979 he and Stephen Bell, an educational psychologist, presented a paper before the American Psychological Association suggesting that the atmospheric tests were linked to a decline in college-entrance Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) scores among American teenagers. The argument hinged on the theory that test fallout had affected the mental capacities of children born downwind. The effects were particularly strong in Utah, said Sternglass and Bell, where average SAT scores among young adults seventeen to eighteen years after the bomb tests had plunged twenty-six points, while the decline was much less in control states where fallout levels were much lower. (Wasserman & Solomon, Killing Our Own, p.215).
If you add the radiation from the Nevada Test Sites to the deadly radiation spewing from the hundreds of nuclear powers stations, it is a real miracle that anybody is left alive in the United States of Israel.