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BRITISH NUCLEAR TEST VETERANS SILENCED?

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By Arclight2011part2

22 July 2013

In the course of my research i was contacted by another blogger who claimed that the British Nuclear Test Veterans Association had no contact with Professor Chris Busby. And he was using this to say that therefore Chris Busby had no grounds to do what he was doing.

On further investigation of this claim i visited the web site of the BNTV and discovered that the latest reports on the legal challenges at the court were not even reported on this website in a clear and concise manner.

http://bntvachair.blogspot.co.uk/

I found a reference to the UK veterans dated the 8th July 2013 that linked to the BBC

Here is a quote to the only mention of the veterans

“After his return he developed a cataract in his right eye and for much of his life he has been trying, and failing, to get compensation from the Ministry of Defence for what he alleges was harmful exposure to radiation during his military service”

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-23184816

They did have a link to a 140 page report on this;

Tuesday, 7 May 2013

Ionising Radiation Pension Tribunal Results

And at Page 33 to 35 we see that Busby`s evidence is dismissed . The case was lost because much of Chris Busbies vital evidence was withheld and cherry picked to ensure the case would be lost(ref Kay Batterby video below).

http://bntvachair.blogspot.co.uk/2013/05/ionising-radiation-pension-tribunal.html

On Page 130 part of the conclusion says that rare metal toxicity need large epidemiological studies..
And yet we know the 2013 WHO report on depleted uranium damage is being stopped from  being published  and RT has had its video hacked today when they tried reporting another damming report on depleted uranium.
So the report is designed to stop the case for the depleted weaponry damage to unborn children and adults alike. The Insurance companies and their legal friends must be quaking in their boots.. Think of the financial loses compensating an ever increasing amount of  nuclear victims? The Insurance companies would go bust!
And behind all good Insurance underwriters.. the security services with their shiny new internet control toys..
So do MI5 and MI6 have undue power?

Ex-boss of MI6 Sir Richard Dearlove ‘has his own Iraq dossier’

17:15 Sunday 21 July 2013

Written by CHRIS HAVERGAL

Sir Richard Dearlove, master of Pembroke College Sir Richard Dearlove, master of Pembroke College

A former head of MI6 who is now the master of a Cambridge University college has revealed he is writing an account of the run-up to the invasion of Iraq.

Sir Richard Dearlove, who has been master of Pembroke College since he stepped down as ‘C’ in 2004, told the Mail on Sunday his memoir was intended to be a resource available to scholars after his death.

But Sir Richard, 68, suggested release of the account “may be sooner” depending on the findings of the Chilcot Inquiry into decisions which were taken ahead of the British government’s decision to go to war.

http://www.cambridge-news.co.uk/Education/Universities/Ex-boss-of-MI6-Sir-Richard-Dearlove-has-his-own-Iraq-dossier-20130721171515.htm

Depleted uranium used by US forces blamed for birth defects and cancer in Iraq

“We went to Fallujah and we found the levels of cancer. We looked at the parents of children with congenital malformation and we did analysis of their hair to see what was inside their hair that might be genotoxic, that might be the sort of thing that can cause congenital malformation. The only thing that we found was uranium. We found uranium in the mothers of the children with congenital malformations,”

July 22, 2013

RT

Cancer is more common than flu in the Iraqi city of Najaf,

If you watch the video with Kay Battersby`s witness statement at 19.36 approx….

Kay clearly says that Hogan Lovells threatened to withdraw their legal support to an elderly and sick man if she insisted that the  well proven evidence of Chris Busby was used.
She trusted Hogan Lovells to make good and at that late stage had no other options.

July 22, 2013 - Posted by | Uncategorized

3 Comments »

  1. “….We also have a proven record in defending insurers and reinsurers against class actions brought by consumers, as well as representing clients in private and governmental anti-trust and regulatory investigative cases…..”

    To tie Richard Dearlove (Insurance Underwriters security advisor)
    Hogan Lovells (Insurance litigation advisors)
    ….and the British nuclear veterans as well as the New Zealand and French etc soldiers and personnel isnt difficult… see below, see above

    http://www.hoganlovells.co.uk/insurance-litigation/

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    Comment by arclight2011part2 | July 22, 2013 | Reply

  2. The Naked Truth About Nuclear Accident Insurance

    But one not so small thing remained unchanged, post-Fukushima: the tightly capped insurance system. Of course, raising the amount of insurance required to operate nuclear plants would be expensive. The nuclear industry, which provides 20 percent of all of the country’s electrical power, is not eager to incur additional expenses like higher insurance premiums for more coverage. Oh, but the nuclear power industry doesn’t actually pay premiums on most of the insurance coverage that supposedly is available…

    https://nuclear-news.net/2013/05/09/the-naked-truth-about-nuclear-accident-insurance/

    Japan- Kamikaze Currency Killers and an MI5 attack on internet activists explained!!

    We discuss Japan where the latest source of monetary inspiration is Korekiyo Takahasi, described by Ben Bernanke as the man who “brilliantly rescued” his country from the Great Depression of the 1930′s, while neglecting to mention that Takahasi was then assassinated by the army, who were angered by cuts to their wages. They also discuss the biggest Aso in Japan, finance minister Taro Aso, suggesting old people just ‘hurry up and die’ in order to save money for government. In the second half of the show, Max Keiser talks to former MI5 agent turned whistleblower, Annie Machon, about the global crackdown on the internet and the activists who live there.

    https://nuclear-news.net/2013/01/30/japan-kamikaze-currency-killers-and-an-mi5-attack-on-internet-activists-explained/

    David Cameron Tax Evasion Exposé – Security service cover up?

    https://nuclear-news.net/2013/06/23/david-cameron-tax-evasion-expose-security-service-cover-up/

    Comment by arclight2011part2 | July 23, 2013 | Reply

  3. to follow up.. the BNTV seems to have been given a sum of money that equates to 6000 pounds sterling per remaining survivor.. this amount also includes future generations problems.. the money may be put into a fund for the “most needy” .. A further round of talks with the Department of Health and the Ministry of Defence will ensue.

    from the web site

    During 2010-11 we worked closely with the Ministry of Defence and it’s contractors to deliver a groundbreaking study into the Health & Wellbeing needs of Atomic Veterans. The results of this study will inform the healthcare provision for veterans and help us target our support activities to the most needy. This study has now been completed and can be accessed on this site in the Downloads Area. The BNTVA is now firmly engaged in the next stage of this work and has meetings planned with the Department of Health and the Ministry of Defence.

    http://www.bntva.com/research.htm

    If i have this wrong feel free to correct me..

    Comment by arclight2011part2 | July 23, 2013 | Reply


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