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Bitter black gay man murders two former fellow employees and blames it on them!

Last  week on August 26, 2015 a former black employee of a small town news  agency executed two of his former fellow employees who were white.   The black gay man who had an LGBT flag in his apartment gunned down the  two news employees in cold premeditated, methodical fashion while filming the execution himself and  later publishing it along with a lengthy manifesto.  The angry, bitter  black gay man blamed the murders on his former fellow employees saying  that they had 'bullied' him for his homosexual lifestyle and that they  were insensitive homophobes that needed to be killed!   The killer  expresses admiration for other mass murderers in his 'manifesto'.

Since  the murderer was gay and had an LGBT flag in his apartment, shouldn't  we now seek to blame all LGBT's for this crime?  Using typical, liberal  logic of guilt by association shouldn't we now associate homosexuality  and the LGBT movement as racist, intolerant, murdering thugs who have no  respect for life?  Shouldn't we now seek to ban the 'rainbow' flag  since it is associated with murder, black racism and homosexuality as  liberals have been doing with the confederate flag?


 

The mainstream 'news' media dropped reporting on this story within  one day after its occurrence.  If the murderer had been other than a  gay, black man they would have been on this story for at least a week or  more.  Imagine if the murderer instead of being gay and black had been a  white, straight male?  Imagine if the black & gay murderer had been  a straight, white male who executed two gay, black people and posted  his selfie video of the execution on his twitter account?  What if the  murderer had instead been a white male member of the Tea Party, a John  Bircher, a militia member, a constitutionalist or a member of a  conservative Christian church?  The media would have been on that story  every night for weeks if not months!  Instead, it is now old and  irrelevant news to them since it doesn't fit their social agenda they  call news.

But because the mainstream 'news' media  is promoting white only racism, white guilt about racism and blacks  being habitually oppressed by whites as they continually report, the  story of a gay black murderer who clearly committed a racist hate crime  by murdering in cold blood two white and straight people just wasn't the  kind of 'news' story they like to report on!  The mainstream 'news'  media is tremendously biased and promotes an agenda of racism, feminism  and disinformation all the time.


 The media and President Obama blame guns  and have taken the opportunity of this tragic murder to promote their  anti-gun agenda.   Blaming guns for these murders is like blaming a car  for drunken driving! 


https://www.youtube.com /watch?v=BSmxMNwTaRU  This video removed by Youtube due to graphic content.  All similar videos also removed by youtube!

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Need A Good Radiation Detector?

In case another nuclear  accident like Fukushima happens, are you ready?  Will you be able to  determine if you and your family are safe and avoid reacting to fear of  radiation exposure without reliable personal information?  A good  radiation detector can give you the vital information you need about  background radiation levels as well as a way to measure for harmful  radiation levels in food, utensils, etc.  You might consider purchasing  one of these units for a few hundred dollars to give yourself some peace  of mind in light of world instabilities and the potential for  future    nuclear power plant accidents, terrorist events, etc.  If needed, a  meter that measures dose rates is the most desirable type that will  allow you to measure 'dose rates' versus 'dosimeters' which measure  accumulated dose.


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 Older civil defense survey meters  are readily available and measure much higher levels of ionizing  radiation of up to 500 Rems/hr.  A meter such as this one would be a  good compliment to the newer models that measure lower levels of  radiation and are even reported to be potentially emp resistant/proof!  These meters are still fully functioning and can be calibrated. 


 

Copyright (c) 1986 by Cresson  H. Kearny. The copyrighted material may be reproduced without obtaining  permission from anyone, provided: (1) all copyrighted material is  reproduced full-scale (except for microfiche reproductions), and (2) the  part of this copyright notice within quotation marks is printed along  with the copyrighted material."

From Nuclear War Survival Skills book p. 234, Appendix C, p. 22:

D. Estimating the Dangers from Different Radiation Doses

Fortunately,  the human body -- if given enough time -- can repair most of the damage  caused by radiation. An historic example: A healthy man accidentally  received a daily dose of 9.3 R (or somewhat more) of fallout-type  radiation each day for a period of 106 days. His total accumulated dose  was at least 1000 R. A dose of one thousand roentgens, if received in a  few days, is almost three times the dose likely to kill the average man  if he receives the whole dose in a few days and after a nuclear attack  cannot get medical treatment, adequate rest, etc. However, the only  symptom this man noted was serious fatigue.

The occupants of a  high-protection-factor shelter (such as a trench shelter covered with 2  or 3 feet of earth and having crawlway entrances) would receive less  than 1/200 of the radiation dose they would receive outside. Even in  most areas of very heavy fallout, persons who remain continuously in  such a shelter would receive a total accumulated dose of less than 25 R  in the first day after the attack, and less than 100 R in the first two  weeks. At the end of the first two weeks, such shelter occupants could  start working outside for an increasing length of time each day,  receiving a dally dose of no more than 6 R for up to two months without  being sickened.


 Is a nuclear event on our horizon?  We don't know for sure but being  prepared is probably a good idea.  It is possible that more than one  meter could be required depending on the circumstances and individual  needs.  The meters mentioned on this page such as the Mazur Instruments meters  come in three different versions and measure different levels of  radioactivity.  The good news is that they all measure dose rates and  all important types of ionizing radiation like alpha(except least  expensive version), beta, gamma and x-ray.  These meters do not measure neutron radiation


 Least expensive fallout meter is a KFM for $55! 


 Radiation Dose Sticker measures accumulated dose!   These handy and inexpensive stickers can be carried in your wallet or  purse and measure total accumulated doses of radiation!  One place to  buy these for $5 each is here.  They can also be found on Amazon.com


 

Copyright (c) 1986 by Cresson  H. Kearny. The copyrighted material may be reproduced without obtaining  permission from anyone, provided: (1) all copyrighted material is  reproduced full-scale (except for microfiche reproductions), and (2) the  part of this copyright notice within quotation marks is printed along  with the copyrighted material."

From Nuclear War Survival Skills (Chapter 1,book p.13):

"The radiation dose that will kill a person varies considerably with different people. A dose of 450 R
resulting  from exposure of the whole body to fallout radiation is often said to  be the dose that will kill about half the persons receiving it, although  most
studies indicate that it would take somewhat less.
Almost  all persons confined to expedient shelters after a nuclear attack would  be under stress and without clean surroundings or antibiotics to fight  infections. Many also
would lack adequate water and food. Under these  unprecedented conditions, perhaps half the persons who received a  whole-body dose of 350 R within a few
days would die.' Fortunately, the human body can repair most
radiation  damage if the daily radiation doses are not too large. As will be  explained in Appendix B, a person who is healthy and has not been  exposed in the past two weeks to a total radiation dose of more than 100  R can receive a dose of 6 R each day for at least two months without  being incapacitated.
Only a very small fraction of Hiroshima and  Nagasaki citizens who survived radiation doses some of which were nearly  fatal-have suffered serious delayed effects. The reader should realize  that to do essential work after a massive nuclear attack, many survivors  must be willing to receive much larger radiation doses than are  normally permissible.  Otherwise, too many workers would stay inside
shelter  too much of the time, and work that would be vital to national recovery  could not be done. For example, if the great majority of truckers were  so
fearful of receiving even non-incapacitating radiation doses that  they would refuse to transport food, additional millions would die from  starvation alone."

Read about Tsutomu Yamaguchi who survived both the Hiroshima and Nagasaki nuclear bomb attacks and lived to be 93!


 A good combination radiation detector is available from NukAlertER  and it's made in the USA!  This meter can be used following a nuclear  event in which higher levels of radiation may be present and you need to  be able to make an informed decision about your safety.  This meter sells for $750  and allows you to measure accumulated dose(dosimeter), current  radiation levels(Geiger counter) and to survey areas(Survey meter) for  radiation levels to find safe spots.  One distinct advantage of this  meter is that it can be used to measure normal background levels of  radiation as well as much higher levels.  The drawback of this kind of  meter which will measure well above fatal doses of radiation is that the  batteries will drain quickly during continuous use and you will need  extra batteries.  The unit can also be powered externally indefinitely.   The NukAlertER can also be found at Amazon.com. 


 

Mazur Instruments.

S.E. International, Inc.

International Medcom

Above are  some other companies offering radiation detection devices ($289 to  $600) with Mazur Instruments being  based in Castle Rock, Colorado.   Mazur offers a high quality hand held device in several different models  and prices.  Mazur says its detectors should last for decades and can  be used on a 24/7 basis.  The Mazur PRM-9000 pictured above measures up  to 125 mRems/hr = 0.125Rems/hr.

 

Confused by radiation measurement units? Use this handy converter to convert between rads, rems, Sieverts, grays.  The average worldwide for background radiation is 2.4 mSv/yr or 0.24  Rems/yr.  You can also monitor current radiation readings around the country via the internet at Radiation Network.  Another conversion calculator allows you to calculate rads/rems from curies and is called RadProCalculator.com.  Some test disks can be found for under $80 here.  Even better get one of these radiation test samples for only $5 to do a functionality test.You can also build your own Geiger counter!

The  7/10 rule for radioactive decay.


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Copyright (c) 1986 by Cresson  H. Kearny. The copyrighted material may be reproduced without obtaining  permission from anyone, provided: (1) all copyrighted material is  reproduced full-scale (except for microfiche reproductions), and (2) the  part of this copyright notice within quotation marks is printed along  with the copyrighted material."

From Nuclear War Survival Skills(Ch.13, book pg. 109): 

RADIATION SICKNESS

For  the vast majority of Americans who would receive radiation doses from a  massive attack, the help of doctors, antibiotics, blood transfusions,  etc., would not be of life-or-death importance. Very few of those  receiving acute doses (received within 24 hours) of less than 100 R  would become sick, even briefly. All of those exposed to acute doses  between 100 R and 200 R should recover from radiation effects. However,  under post-attack conditions of multiple stresses and privations, some  who receive acute radiation doses of 100 R to 200 R may die of  infectious diseases because of their reduced resistance. If total doses  this size or even several times larger are received over a period of a  few months in small doses of around 6 R per day, no incapacitating  symptoms should result. The human body usually can repair almost all  radiation damage if the daily doses are not too large.

The  majority of those with acute doses of less than about 350 R will recover  without medical treatment. Almost all of those receiving acute doses of  over 600 R would die within a few weeks, even if they were to receive  treatment in a typical hospital during peacetime. If all doctors and the  equipment and drugs needed for heroic treatments magically were to  survive an attack and persons suffering from radiation sickness could  reach them relatively few additional lives could be saved.

The  most effective way to reduce losses of health and life from radiation  sickness is to prevent excessive exposure to radiation. Adequate shelter  and essential life-support items are the best means of saving lives in a  nuclear war. The following information on radiation sickness is given  to help the reader understand the importance of building a good shelter  and to help him distinguish between symptoms of common illnesses and  first symptoms of radiation sickness.

Book Page: 110

The  first symptoms of radiation sickness are nausea, vomiting, headache,  dizziness, and a general feeling of illness.  These symptoms begin  several hours after exposure to acute doses of 100 R to 200 R. and  within 30 minutes or less after receiving a fatal dose. A source of  probable confusion is the fact that one or more of these symptoms is  experienced by many people when they are first exposed to great danger,  as in an air raid shelter during a conventional bombardment.

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