Manhattan Project Radiation Dump Unraveling in St. Louis

The USA buried radioactive waste from the Manhattan Project in St. Louis decades ago. Currently, a smoldering underground fire in a city landfill is inching toward the waste. The area could potentially pollute much more than the immediate area.

The EPA has known about this dangerous situation for years, but the residents of St. Louis haven’t been informed of the dangerous situation until now.

Interestingly, Bill Gates was the largest shareholder of the landfill managing company, owning $42 million until June 30, when he sold all his stock. Did he pull out because he knew of this situation and feared financial liability? Will the people of St. Louis, of Missouri, of the USA, be stuck with the many faceted costs if the Manhattan Project waste blows?

St Louis City is planning evacuations over the potential nuclear waste dump fire! Why don’t they just dig a huge ditch to kill the fire so it stops its progress?

View the St Louis Nuclear waste landfill situation meeting complete meeting video here:


New Canadian PM to Withdraw Canadian Military from US Wars

Aren’t you glad Prime Minister Trudeau kept his campaign promise? Don’t you wish everybody did?

Fresh off of his victory in the Canadian elections, Prime Minister-elect Justin Trudeau has confirmed speaking with President Obama and informing him that he would be going through with a campaign promise to withdraw warplanes from the US-led war against ISIS.

Canada had previously committed CF-18 fighter jets to the war through March 2016, and while it’s unclear the exact date of Trudeau’s end, the suggestion is that it will be before that date. He did, however, say trainers would stay in Iraq, but not the ground troops involved in combat missions.

Trudeau had made ending the combat mission against ISIS a centerpiece of his campaign, and the Conservatives campaigned heavily against him on this point, including campaign videos using clips of ISIS propaganda videos interspersed with Trudeau’s comments.

Analysts see the election as in large measure a referendum on Canadian foreign policy, with outgoing PM Stephen Harper representing a more aggressive Canadian policy, eagerly participating in US-led adventures the world over, while Trudeau favors a return to a more humanitarian focus.

Revelations in recent months that Canadian warplanes were accused of killing dozens of civilians in Iraq, and that the defense ministry had tried to cover those incidents up, likely added to growing opposition to the war, and Trudeau seems to want to make it very clear his promise to end it wasn’t an empty campaign pledge, but a sincere statement of policy.

Source: New Canadian PM To Withdraw Canadian Military From US Wars

Russia Puts Blindfold on NATO in Syria

Moscow’s military intervention in Syria has not simply overturned the fortunes of war and spread panic throughout the ranks of the jihadist groups. It has also shown the rest of the world the current capacities of the Russian army in situations of real warfare. To everyone’s astonishment, it has proved to possess a system of signal jamming capable of rendering the Atlantic Alliance deaf and blind. Despite a far superior budget, the United States have just lost their military domination. …