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Bikini Atoll Atomic Bomb Test Baker, 25 July 1946 - The sinking of the Aircraft Carrier Saratoga by the American Navy In The Pacific

One of two atomic bomb explosion tests on ships, submarines and airplanes by the American Navy in the Pacific ocean. The blast was filmed from many angles a...

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Comment by Tony Nuspl on July 21, 2016 at 9:39am

"Here, in the Marshall Islands, from 1946, the US tested the equivalent of one Hiroshima bomb every day for twelve years. The Marshallese are still being used as guinea pigs. ICBMs are fired at the lagoons in and around Kwajelein Atoll from California. The water is poisoned, the fish inedible. People survive on canned processed junk. I met a group of women who were survivors of nuclear tests around Bikini and Rongelap atolls. They had all lost their thyroid glands. They were women in their sixties. They had survived, incredibly."
~John Pilger, excerpted from a recent interview about his upcoming film

A Preview of the Film "The Coming War on China": Noted journalist John Pilger talks about China, Okinawa, and U.S. policy in Asia.
By Maki Sunagawa and Daniel Broudy
July 19, 2016
Foreign Policy In Focus

Comment by Tony Nuspl on April 25, 2014 at 1:15pm

Marshall Islands accuses 9 nuclear-armed states of not complying with disarmament obligations 



Comment by Tony Nuspl on April 5, 2014 at 1:40pm

"The Legacy of U.S. Nuclear Testing in the Marshall Islands" - 

by Robert Alvarez,
Institute for Policy Studies
Posted: May 23, 2010


The most severe impacts were visited upon the people of the Rongelap Atoll in 1954 following a very large thermonuclear explosion which deposited life-threatening quantities of radioactive fallout on their homeland. They received more than three times the estimated external dose than to the most heavily exposed people living near the Chernobyl nuclear accident in 1986. It took more than two days before the Rongelap people were evacuated after the explosion. Many suffered from tissue destructive effects, such as burns, and subsequently from latent radiation-induced diseases.




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