Human Health: BP Oil Disaster and Chernobyl


Drawing Parallels on Human Health Impacts: The BP Oil Spill and the Chernobyl Nuclear Disaster, Stuart H. Smtih, Esq. blog, February 16, 2011:

Anyone wondering just how far the “official narrative” can stray from the truth might start with the Chernobyl nuclear disaster...

It’s not a stretch to see Chernobyl as a cautionary tale.

While there is a lot of misinformation and deception surrounding environmental impacts, the real sleight of hand always plays most heavily on the single biggest issue – human health. So let us remember that the “official” United Nations report said that “up to 4,000” people could eventually die of radiation exposure from the Chernobyl disaster. ...

Greenpeace says the number is in the hundreds of thousands and some estimates approach a million. Yet, again, the powers that be stick with “up to 4,000.”

When you see how drastically the “official” narrative differs from independent research on the BP spill, you begin to understand how the “Chernobyl Forum” came to its results.

Read the report here.

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