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Missing “Radioactive Device”

Wednesday, November 30, 2016 15:39
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According to a story on SHTFplan.com, in which they have a lengthy quote by an  ”western intelligence agency” stating that there is material missing. The material is Iridium-192 and the loss had been reported to the International Atomic Energy Agency by Iran’s Nuclear Regulatory Body “earlier this month”. It sounded like the regulatory body had also warned their gulf states neighbors of a possible threat from a “dirty bomb”. However, the Iranian state media ran a conflicting story claiming the missing device is a radiological “camera” and the other report is “politically motivated”.

  The Saudis are reporting the truck carrying the device was hijacked, found abandon later and the contents were missing. 

  The IAEA identifies Iridium-192 as being highly unstable isotope, emitting both electrons and gamma-rays.

  So. Let’s think about this for a minute. There is a person, either solo or with a group, who now has a device containing a highly unstable isotope, more than likely this person is Muslim (based on the country where it was located), likely this person or group are as unstable as the Iridium-192, it is also likely this device wasn’t taken for any good purpose and a major Christian Holiday is less than a month away. The real kicker in all of this? Our damned government helped Iran restart their nuclear program! If they didn’t, this wouldn’t have happened.

http://www.shtfplan.com/headline-news/officials-warn-after-radioactive-device-goes-missing-in-iran-could-yield-a-dirty-bomb_11302016

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