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waterBy Cassius Kamarampi

Cincinnati city officials sent out letters to 16,000 residents this week, informing them that much of the city’s water transporting pipes are still made of lead.

The message is kind of contradictory, admitting the pipes are problematic, while assuring residents that it’s safe because they have a “successful lead corrosion control program.”

According to Cincinnati.com:

City leaders here in Cincinnati don’t want citizens to panic. Greater Cincinnati Water Works closely monitors its water and has never had a lead violation, according to officials. Cincinnati has had a successful lead corrosion control program that has protected customers for years.

But the pipes’ mere existence can cause a threat, officials confirm.

The elected bureaucrats of Flint, Michigan hesitated to inform residents about contaminated water for as long as they possibly could; knowing how officials can be, is this a sign that Cincinnati water is already dangerous?

Perhaps to save their reputation, they will disclose to some extent the condition of Cincinnati water?

To know the real condition of Cincinnati’s water at various parts of the city, one would have to talk to actual residents, or do some independent chemical testing.



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City ordinance

(NaturalNews) More and more, our elected leaders have taken it upon themselves to abuse our trust, abuse our rights and do whatever they can to ensure that we remain wedded to “the system” – one that they control, of course. Long gone are the days when our founding fathers valued the attributes of individuality and self-sufficiency, as another example of this – from Missouri – demonstrates.

In Sugar Creek (Pop. 3,345 according to the 2010 Census), it is now illegal to grow food on your own property, and if you try, not only will you be required to destroy your garden, but you will be subjected to fines and, no doubt eventually, jail.

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” “He said he has seen a ‘steady accumulation of evidence’ from scientists worldwide that the [MMR] measles, mumps and rubella jab is causing brain damage in certain children.”

“But he added: ‘There are very powerful people in positions of great authority in Britain and elsewhere who have staked their reputations and careers on the safety of MMR and they are willing to do almost anything to protect themselves’.”

Source: Boom: another vaccine whistleblower steps out of the shadows

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uclear engineer Arnie Gundersen on Fukushima@5, Mar 7, 2016 (emphasis added): Massive amounts of radiation continue to enter Japan’s water and air, and the Pacific Ocean, daily… Due to its triple meltdowns and the unmitigable radioactive releases, Fukushima Daiichi will continue to bleed radiation into the Pacific Ocean for more than a century… There is no road map to follow with directions to stop the ongoing debacle…

Nuclear engineer Arnie Gundersen on KPFA, Mar 30, 2016: [Univ. of California] Berkeley’s nuclear program has been in the forefront of the pro-nuclear propaganda for decades, and since Fukushima has been aggressively downplaying the significance of it. So, whatever comes out of Berkeley, I just attribute to a very pro-nuclear faculty… [Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution is] measuring 1,000 miles offshore [of the US West Coast] and… picking up 10 becquerels per cubic meter [Bq/m3]. At my point, that’s when my alarm bells go off is 10 [Bq/m3]… That plume is still coming, the Pacific is a huge place and to think that a disaster on the opposite side of the world can be detected and begin to contaminate California, I think that the monumental shattering conclusion [is] radiation knows no borders… So this ‘dilution is the solution to pollution’ is what I think Berkeley believes in. What you can be sure of is that somebody’s going to die from the radiation that’s in the Pacific, but you just won’t know who it is – and they’re counting on that. The nuclear establishment is saying, ‘Well, we can smear that out in a broader epidemiological study.’

Nuclear engineer Arnie Gundersen on CCTV, Apr 5, 2016: We’re looking at newspaper coverage from the last couple of weeks and it’s clear that the plant continues to hemorrhage.


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| 07 April 2016 | Despite the United States spending billions of dollars and spilling American blood in the fight ‘against’ ISIS, as many as one third of Iraqis believed as recently as last fall that the U.S. “supports terrorism in general or ISIL [ISIS] specifically,” according to a recent U.S. State Department report. Forty percent of the country said the U.S. is purposefully “working to destabilize Iraq and control its natural resources.” The figures come from State Department polling cited in a State Inspector General report that was published online last week. The report also found U.S. didn’t fare much better than the murderous terror group [LOL!] in the minds of one third of Iraqis, who said they believed the U.S. directly supports ISIS [I-CIA-SIS] or other terror groups.

One third of Iraqis think US directly supports ISIS or other terror groups

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  • Report claims more alleged victims have come forward to the police 
  • Shamed Republican has admitted paying installments to an accuser
  • But three others are believed to have made formal allegations to cops 
  • They were all at Yorkville High School in the Chicago area in the 1970s, where the alleged abuse unfolded 
  • One is now married with children while another is said to be successful 
  • Another, Stephen Reinboldt, passed away from AIDS in 1995
  • His sister claims he told her his first homosexual activity was with Hastert
  • She confronted Hastert at her brother’s funeral, but he did not respond

Former House Speaker Dennis Hastert has been accused of sexual abuse by at least four boys, according to a report.

The disgraced politician has admitted paying $1.7million to a victim he allegedly abused while he was a teacher and wrestling coach at Yorkville High School in the Chicago suburbs in the 1970s.

But at least three others are believed to have contacted police, accusing the former Republican of molesting them.

The allegations surfaced just 24 hours after his lawyers pleaded with a federal judge to spare him prison time.

They claim he has been humiliated by the claims and insist his health has deteriorated.

An investigation by the Chicago Tribune uncovered the further claims against Hastert, who is facing prison after he was found guilty of paying cash to one of the victims to keep quiet.

He is set to be sentenced on April 27 and could be given prison time.

One of the alleged victims, who Hastert paid up to $75,000 every six weeks, is a relative of one of the congressman’s retired friends, who is now married with children.

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911 caller who reported a man with a gun at Wal-Mart could be charged after the shopper

  • Ohio judge Beth Root ruled that there is probable cause to charge Ronald Ritchie over a August 2014 911 call
  • Ritchie called police to report a man waving a gun and pointing it at people in a Wal-Mart
  • Police who responded to the scene ended up shooting dead John Crawford III, who was just holing a BB gun
  • It will be up to a prosecutor whether or not to charge Ritchie  

Ohio judge Beth Root ruled that there is probable cause to charge Ronald Ritchie (right) over a August 2014 911 call. Ritchie called police to report a man waving a gun and pointing it at people in a Wal-Mart. Police who responded to the scene ended up shooting dead John Crawford III (left), who was just holing a BB gun. It will be up to a prosecutor whether or not to charge Ritchie.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3528271/Caller-reported-man-gun-Wal-Mart-charged.html#ixzz45AY0iwCQ

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