“Cloud” of Radioactive Pollution Hovers over Europe

On November 9th, the French nuclear safety institute IRSN reported that a ‘cloud’ of radioactive pollution was hovering over much of Europe, with the speculation being that an ‘accident’ likely had occurred at a nuclear facility located either in Russia or in Kazakhstan. The Russian meteorological service now indirectly confirms this speculation by revealing that it is measuring levels of the radioactive isotope, ruthenium 106, at 1,000 times higher than normal in the Ural Mountains. -GEG

The Russian meteorological service has now effectively confirmed this speculation by revealing that it had measured levels of the radioactive isotope ruthenium 106 effectively 1,000 times higher than normal in the Ural Mountains.

While there’s been no official acknowledgment yet by either Kazakhstan or Russia of a nuclear accident, the announcement from the Russian state weather service Roshydromet leaves little room for doubt.

The statement from Roshydromet noted that “extremely high pollution” levels of ruthenium 106 had been found in samples taken by “two meteorological stations in the southern Ural mountains region in late September and early October.”

Reuters provides more: “At the Agrayash weather station the levels were 986 times those of the previous month, while at the Novogorny station they were 440 times higher. The weather service did not rule out that the radioactive isotope could be absorbed into the atmosphere and reach Europe.

“The Agrayash weather station is located about 30 km (20 miles) from Mayak, a huge plant that reprocesses nuclear fuel and produces radioactive material for industrial and research purposes, owned by Russian state nuclear company Rosatom. Mayak accounts for half of Russian exports of radioactive isotopes.

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Trump Haters Threaten Violence against a Little Girl Who Idolizes Trump

Trump Haters are savaging a little girl over a video of her ecstatic reaction to being told she would be going to a Trump rally. The nearly two-year-old video is being passed around on Twitter by a swarm of vulgar and violent Trump haters who have expanded their hate to the little girl herself. One says: “I will punch that little girl in tha face.” Another says: “I’ll run over this bitch with a car”. And another: “Put me within 5 feet of this girl for one minute I promise you she won’t be a Donald trump lover anymore.” [YouTube, Google, Facebook, and Twitter claim they are censoring Internet comments in order to stop hate speech but they have totally ignored this genuine hate speech and allowed it to go viral on the Internet. Furthermore, there must be scores of laws on the books against personal threats and inciting violence that could and should be enforced by the government itself. The fact that there is no action from any quarter to restrict criminality from the Left tells us all we need to know about the loyalties of those in charge.] -GEG

Liberals are savaging a then 9-year-old girl over a video of her ecstatic reaction to her mother telling her she would be going to a Donald Trump rally. The nearly two-year-old video is being passed around on Twitter this week by hateful liberals cruelly mocking the girl with tweets that are garnering tens of thousand of likes and retweets, with one getting well over 100,000 likes. Several of the comments threaten violence against the child.

This tweet by 18-year-old Internet personality Nazanin Kavari‏ posted Monday evening has nearly 120,000 likes and over 60,000 retweets as of Tuesday afternoon–in less than 24 hours. The comment over the video says, “This the ugliest shit I’ve ever seen” The video tweet she is commenting on says, “this is singlehandedly the whitest, most unseasoned thing i’ve ever watched.” That tweet has nearly 27,000 likes and over 11,000 retweets.

The video is sourced to the Twitter account of @kekreddington, which has been dormant since September 1.

The Washington Post reported about the girl, Ava Lovley and her mother Kim from Newport, Maine and the video back when it first went viral in January of 2016.

“Kim arranged for the family to see Trump at an event in Farmington, N.H., about three miles from Newport, just over the state line. “When I put [the video] on Facebook, basically it was just for our friends and family to see how happy she was,” Kim said. “It wasn’t for any political agenda.” When a friend helped her upload the video to YouTube, though, it blew up. Kim and her husband Jason had been fielding phone calls from members of the media all day.

The video shows a 9-year-old blonde white girl in a pink jacket reacting to her mother telling her she is going to see Donald Trump on Monday in New Hampshire. The girl gets very excited and cries tears of joy.

One poster called the girl “nazi youth.”

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Brazil: Off-Duty Police Officer with Baby in His Arms Shoots, Kills Two Robbers

An off-duty police officer near Sao-Paulo, Brazil, shot and killed two armed robbers while holding his baby in his arms. The officer, Sergeant Rafael Souza, and his wife were inside a pharmacy to get medicine for their sick baby when the incident occurred. The robbers were shot dead at the scene. -GEG

An off-duty officer near São Paulo, Brazil, shot and killed two would-be robbers while holding his baby in his arms.

The officer, Sergeant Rafael Souza, and his wife were inside a pharmacy to get medicine for their sick baby when the incident occurred.

The Independent reports that 24-year-old Jefferson Alves allegedly pointed his pistol at Souza, at which time Souza drew his own gun and shot Alves “at close range.”

Souza can then be seen moving in and out of the video searching for the second suspect, 22-year-old Italo Creato. Souza shoots Creato as well.

In the middle of the video Souza’s wife can be seen crouching between aisles with her hands over her ears.

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Non-White Student Wrote Racial Slur and ‘White Lives Matter” on Bathroom Mirror

A ‘non-white’ student at a high school in Chesterfield, Missouri, has admitted that she wrote the N-word and “White Lives Matter” on a mirror inside the girls’ bathroom. -GEG

Racist graffiti featuring the N-word and the phrase “white lives matter” was found in a Chesterfield, Missouri, high school girls bathroom last week — and the outcry was immediate.

Parkway Central High School’s principal Tim McCarthy told students “actions and speech which degrade an individual’s human dignity” and “are motivated by hate, not love … have no place at Central High,” KMOV-TV reported.

How did others react to the graffiti?

  • “This is very much a white-person issue that we need to tackle as white people and speak up against,” parent Alexandria Lane-Detwiler noted in a video recorded at a community meeting about the incident.
Image source: YouTube screenshot
Image source: YouTube screenshot
  • “I was shocked, honestly, that my peers decided to write something like that,” senior Kaila Robinson told KMOV. “It makes me feel like I’m hated, honestly, walking through the doors now.”
  • “As a parent I don’t have any tolerance for it,” Kaylinn Mahale told KMOV, who added that her son is a “multiethnic kid, and I want him to feel equal like everyone else.”
Image source: KMOV-TV video screenshot
Image source: KMOV-TV video screenshot
  • Student Susanna Duranmedina told KMOV she figured issues such as racism have improved, “but this shows that we have not gotten much better.”
Image source: KMOV-TV video screenshot
Image source: KMOV-TV video screenshot
  • “I think it was a hate crime,” another female told KMOV. “I think a lot of issues like this happen at this school.”

What did the investigation uncover?

  • A non-white student confessed to writing the graffiti, school officials said Tuesday, according to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
  • A district spokesperson said officials reviewed surveillance cameras in the halls and interviewed students shown entering the bathroom, KTVI-TV reported.
  • “The student responsible is not white, however this does not diminish the hurt it caused or the negative impact it has had on our community,” Parkway Superintendent Keith Marty said in a statement, the Post-Dispatch said. “The behavior was wrong and the student will be held accountable for this serious act according to our student discipline policy.”
  • He added that “it is important to understand why this happened and why we are often quick to assume who is responsible,” the Dispatch noted.

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