When I was in the United States, I noticed a news story about a radiation increase in Russia. It was unclear (to those outside of Russia, and to those inside of Russia who are not privy to this sort of confidential information) what exactly had happened….
This is a very early news article soon after the radiation was noticed:
The above article says it was “a brief spike in radiation.”
Evidentally, the Russian government was not telling what happened, not exactly. The Soviet government also did not reveal what was happening during the 1986 meltdown in the Chernobyl nuclear power plant. Unbelievably, that incident was pushed under the rug until it was too hard to hide. The European countries said, “Hey, we’ve got a lot of radiation coming in from the east. What’s going on?” And the secret was out.
And now the Russian government is pretending the radiation spike is no big deal, carry on as usual. Nothing to see here. Move along. WE SAID MOVE ALONG!
And so, nuclear watchers/governments around the world scrambled to piece together what actually happened.
It’s now August 30 and–um, I still don’t know if the world is getting the truth.
The following article says the spike in radiation and the explosion was caused by a salvage mission of a nuclear-powered missile.
But that’s what the U.S. intel is saying and I don’t think they’re going to tell us the truth anymore than the Russian Intel.
(Hey, I just finished reading “The Spy Who Came in From The Cold.”
Here’s another article:
I could post articles until my fingers fall off, but we may not really know what’s going on…….