Thursday, November 17, 2011

Andrei Odd, very odd

There is this
An International Atomic Energy Agency statement says “the continued presence of trace levels of iodine-131 in the atmosphere” are being reported by the Czech Republic, Austria, Slovakia, Germany, Sweden, France and Poland.
Now iodine-131 in the atmosphere is a marker for a Nuclear accident or explosion and the IAEA says it mystified as to the source.

And there is this
A commander of the Revolutionary Guard killed in an explosion at an ammunition depot west of Tehran was a key figure in Iran's missile programme, the elite military force said .

General Hasan Moghaddam was killed alongside 16 guard members on Saturday at a military site 25 miles south-west of Tehran. The Revolutionary Guard said the accident occurred while military personnel were transporting munitions.
A big explosion it was, far to big to hide and publicly announced as an ammunition dump explosion.

As an historical aside on July 16, 1945 it was announced by the US Government there had been an ammunition dump explosion in New Mexico, an unhideable explosion had occurred in the deserts there.

Turned out to be the world's first Atom bomb being tested.

Is it possible that we might not being told something? And has Mossad done something in Iran it's best not talked about?

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