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Radiation, plague, and fires: foreign embassies urgently evacuate staff from Russia...
http://www.kavkazcenter.com/eng/content/2010/08/07/12359.shtml ^ | August7th, 2010

Posted on 08/09/2010 1:37:54 PM PDT by TaraP

A hasty evacuation of diplomatic staff from foreign embassies, like a stampede, began in Moscow. Many embassies are trying to hide the evacuation for political reasons. Mass evacuation of the embassies of Canada and Poland was officially reported at night on August 7.

Western media meanwhile reported that the Canadian embassy in Moscow was closed. Dutch embassy is urgently evacuating its diplomatic staff from Russia.

High level of air pollution (see photo), as one of the consequences of forest fires, has become an official ground for evacuating embassy staff and their family members.

Unofficially, they speak about plague in Russia, but first of all, about sharply elevated radioactive background in the city, caused by destruction of atomic bombs in fires at nuclear weapons arsenals outside Moscow. According to unofficial information, warehouses of chemical and bacteriological weapons were also burnt down.

The final decision on immediate evacuation of foreign diplomats from Russia was made after the ringleader of the Russian terrorist gang Disaster Ministry, Shoigu, said that "the level of radiation may increase in Bryansk region because of fires" (the soil there is still very strongly contaminated by Chernobyl).

Sophisticated diplomats immediately understood the diplomatic slang, familiar to them, and rushed to pack baggage, Russian media reported.

Early in the morning of 7 August, the escape of foreign diplomats from Russia took epidemic proportions. It is possible that the diplomats, through the intelligence services of their countries, know something that is not yet known to the general public.

Germany officially closed its embassy and evacuated the entire staff from the doomed Russian Empire, media outlets reported. Austria, along with Poland and Canada, is evacuating almost all its staff from Russia. Foreign embassies addressed to their citizens got stuck in the country to leave Russia as soon as possible.

A Hamburg newspaper, Die Welt, reported in a clear text format that the urgent flee of German diplomats from Russia was caused by radiation approaching Moscow.

The radiation, according to the newspaper, comes from facilities for the production of atomic bombs (400 km east of Moscow) burning in Sarov. Emission of radiation in the environment continues.

On the territory "of the atomic research center," as this plant is officially called, two fires are still raging, the newspaper writes. Russians cannot conceal facts, since fires are perfectly visible from satellites.

Naturally, the evacuation affected all, without exception, embassies in Moscow, but most of them reported nothing for political reasons. The case is very serious, and certainly it is not related to the smog and fumes.

Meanwhile, governments of civilized countries warned their citizens not to go in any case to Russia gripped by a full set of traditional natural and unnatural calamities.

The Austrian Embassy in Moscow appealed to all Austrian citizens in Russia to leave the country immediately. All Austrian diplomats are urgently leaving Russia. Only minor staff without diplomatic status will remain at the embassy. Naturally, there will be no one issuing visas to Russians.

The US State Department warned Americans that a trip and staying in Russia is a mortal threat to their life. The corresponding notification was circulated on Friday by the Bureau of Consular Affairs of the US State Department. The statement reads:

"The US State Department warns American citizens about the risks involved in traveling to Russia due to wildfires there and their impact on safety, air quality, and transportation".

The statement noted that fires and "high temperatures" in the central part of Russia produced "hazardous levels of air pollution and numerous flight delays and cancellations in Moscow".

Americans traveling to these areas of Russia are advised to cancel the trip. US citizens with heart or lung disease who are already inside the giant area of natural disasters, which now represents the whole Russia, are advised to avoid unnecessary outdoor staying and strenuous physical loads.

The current alert warning will remain in force until September 5, when the situation in Russia, as the US stipulates, relaxes as far as fires are concerned, because there'll be left nothing to burn. The situation would remain unpredictable regarding plague and radiation.

Foreign Ministries of Germany, Bulgaria: France, Italy and other countries also appealed to their citizens not to travel to Russia.


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1 posted on 08/09/2010 1:37:57 PM PDT by TaraP
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To: TaraP
A Hamburg newspaper, Die Welt, reported in a clear text format that the urgent flee of German diplomats from Russia was caused by radiation approaching Moscow.

SO, how slow does radiation move? :)

2 posted on 08/09/2010 1:41:08 PM PDT by GeronL (http://libertyfic.proboards.com <--- My Fiction/ Science Fiction Board)
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To: GeronL; TaraP
According to unofficial information, warehouses of chemical and bacteriological weapons were also burnt down.

FEETS DON'T FAIL ME NOW!

3 posted on 08/09/2010 1:44:36 PM PDT by Enterprise (As a disaster unfolds, a putz putts.)
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To: TaraP

I’m terribly skeptical of this at this point.


4 posted on 08/09/2010 1:44:52 PM PDT by DManA
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To: GeronL

More today..
“A state of emergency is introduced by the decision of the head of administration of the territory of Ozersk city district in the forest and park areas due to a complex situation associated with fire risk. Entrance to the forest and building fires there until further notice is forbidden according to this document “, the message says.

A state of emergency has been introduced in connection with a complex situation associated with fire risk in the closed administrative-territorial entity (CATE) Ozersk, Chelyabinsk region, where PA “Mayak”, one of Russia’s largest centers for processing and storage of spent nuclear fuel, is located, said in the district administration.

“A state of emergency is introduced by the decision of the head of administration of the territory of Ozersk city district in the forest and park areas due to a complex situation associated with fire risk. Entrance to the forest and building fires there until further notice is forbidden according to this document “, the message says.


5 posted on 08/09/2010 1:45:36 PM PDT by TaraP (He never offered our victories without fighting but he said help would always come in time)
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To: TaraP

kavkazcenter is the worst of the worst of the jihadists. The “grain of salt” needs to be adjusted accordingly


6 posted on 08/09/2010 1:46:18 PM PDT by mainsail that ("A man will fight harder for his interests than for his rights" - Napoleon Bonaparte)
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To: TaraP

Wow - is this a GW event?


7 posted on 08/09/2010 1:46:46 PM PDT by J Edgar
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To: Enterprise
FEETS DON'T FAIL ME NOW

LOL!

8 posted on 08/09/2010 1:48:49 PM PDT by Errant
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To: TaraP

This danger spreads through all of Russia?


9 posted on 08/09/2010 1:49:16 PM PDT by Freedom of Speech Wins
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To: Freedom of Speech Wins
it looks that way... Attention! Kavkaz Center Agency needs a translator from Russian to English language from among of volunteers. Please send your proposals using our feedback form. Russians die in great numbers in Moscow [15:52] An absolute record of mortality, 449 Russians, has been established in Moscow on August 8. If such death rate continues, more than 13 thousand Muscovites could die from heat and smog in one month. - We are shocked by such numbers, but they are true, told the head of one of the capital's ambulance stations. ...
10 posted on 08/09/2010 1:52:15 PM PDT by TaraP (He never offered our victories without fighting but he said help would always come in time)
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To: TaraP

Considering the source, I’d like some confirmation.

Ahh, just like the good old days of Kremlinology. With the official news heavily censored the most bizarre of rumors take flight.


11 posted on 08/09/2010 1:53:16 PM PDT by sinanju
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To: Freedom of Speech Wins

“This danger spreads through all of Russia?”

That one hell of a fire that can threaten 12 time zones. Shoosh, hugh and series.


12 posted on 08/09/2010 1:53:22 PM PDT by equalitybeforethelaw
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To: Freedom of Speech Wins
This danger spreads through all of Russia?

If it's bacteriological or viral, then it's probably spreading worldwide with the evacuation going on now.

I'm just saying...

13 posted on 08/09/2010 1:54:24 PM PDT by glorgau
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To: DManA
I’m terribly skeptical of this at this point.

Me too, but you have to admit that, based on past experience, when the Russkies decide to have an industrial disaster, they don't screw around!

14 posted on 08/09/2010 1:55:48 PM PDT by 6ppc (It's torch and pitchfork time)
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To: GeronL

I talked to a friend of mine about 15 minutes ago. He is a PhD in Cellular Physics out of Poly Tech on Moscow. He confirms through friends in Moscow that things are A LOT WORSE that is reported. I will keep everyone posted as more information comes in.


15 posted on 08/09/2010 1:57:13 PM PDT by WellyP
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To: glorgau

16 posted on 08/09/2010 1:58:18 PM PDT by dfwgator
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To: sinanju
Considering the source, I’d like some confirmation.

Ahh, just like the good old days of Kremlinology. With the official news heavily censored the most bizarre of rumors take flight.

You got it. We are just 3 days from the tenth anniversary of
the Kursk accident, and you know how well they handled that.

17 posted on 08/09/2010 1:58:53 PM PDT by CrazyIvan (What's "My Struggle" in Kenyan?)
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To: sinanju; All

Here is a link to add to the story...

http://www.breitbart.com/article.php?id=CNG.4ad45bc43ec67ac7d004fb48e8c88bfd.521&show_article=1


18 posted on 08/09/2010 1:59:22 PM PDT by jacquej
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To: dfwgator

I;m thinking of the stories that predicted, literally, the end of the world from the gulf oil leak.


19 posted on 08/09/2010 2:01:08 PM PDT by DManA
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To: CrazyIvan

The story says it’s a combination of multiple fires all over the place from people playing with firecrackers.

What say some Chechens are taking advantage of the dry weather to get back at whitey?


20 posted on 08/09/2010 2:03:36 PM PDT by sinanju
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To: TaraP
About Kavkaz Center (The Caucasus Center)

Kavkaz Centre (www.kavkazcenter.com) is a Chechen internet agency which is independent, international and Islamic. Our agency was founded in March 1999 in Jokhar (Grozny) by the CRI National Centre for Strategic Research and Political Technology, registered with the CRI Ministry of Justice in October 1998 (N 1377/б-17).

The internet agency Kavkaz Centre provides reporting of events in the Islamic world, the Caucasus, and Russia. One of Kavkaz Centre's chief objectives is to report events in the Chechen Republic of Ichkeria connected to the Russian military aggression against the CRI. Besides we also provide international news agencies with news-letters, background information and assistance in making independent journalistic work in Caucasus.

Kavkaz Centre is a privately run, independent agency and does not represent the viewpoint of any state structures or the CRI government. The Kavkaz Centre agency makes it its mission to report real events in Ichkeria under conditions of a total information embargo and to disseminate to the world community the truth about the war, the war crimes, the evidence of genocide on the part of the state aggressor against the entire population and the positions of the side defending against aggression -- the Chechen mujahedeen.

The agency has plans to widen its activity in creating a complete international information corporation and organization of additional information structures.

21 posted on 08/09/2010 2:10:43 PM PDT by fishtank (The denial of original sin is the root of liberalism.)
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To: 6ppc
The environmental record of the USSR was a catalog of horrors (something the greens never mention, of course). Lots and lots of really nasty stuff is haphazardly strewn all over Russia in "out of sight out of mind" sites which have undoubtedly deteriorated since the collapse of the Soviet Union. Widespread fires can easily cause a lot of this material to become airborne and therein lies the problem.

Clearly this warrants close monitoring. Embassy staff evacuations may be exaggerated but they can't be concealed if true.

22 posted on 08/09/2010 2:12:51 PM PDT by AustinBill (consequence is what makes our choices real)
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To: fishtank

Do you trust this site?

I just came upon it doing a search about the fires in Russia.


23 posted on 08/09/2010 2:15:35 PM PDT by TaraP (He never offered our victories without fighting but he said help would always come in time)
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To: AustinBill

Bulgaria evacuates families of embassy staff in Moscow - Bulgaria ...
By The Sofia Echo Staff, published 08/08/2010 13:42:00 ... adults who want to leave, from the country’s embassy in Moscow ... 40 deaths, 2,000 burned homes and about 100,000 evacuations

www.sofiaecho.com/2010/08/08/943842_bulgaria-evacuates-families-of-embassy-staff-in-moscow · Cached page


24 posted on 08/09/2010 2:17:32 PM PDT by WellyP
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To: TaraP
While this is an excellent example of poor translation of even poorer reporting, the underlying facts are still extremely troubling. The Russian regulatory and containment administrations for nuclear power and weapons have been notoriously lax. We know the fires are widespread- satellite images aren't all that hard to obtain. We know that drought in the major grain producing regions is severe. We know that Putin has called for a halt to all food exports.

All of these things indicate approaching famine conditions with the added danger of widespread radioactive contamination.

25 posted on 08/09/2010 2:20:15 PM PDT by brothers4thID (http://scarlettsays.blogspot.com/)
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To: TaraP

The site could be sketchy....

I’d look for more reputable sources, though....

Actually, I’m going to look a bit myself.


26 posted on 08/09/2010 2:20:32 PM PDT by fishtank (The denial of original sin is the root of liberalism.)
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To: fishtank

Kavkaz Centre is questionable. My source in Moscow and the Bulgarian report are solid. Something is happening, something bad!


27 posted on 08/09/2010 2:24:50 PM PDT by WellyP
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To: WellyP

From someone just old enough to remember the bad old days, and educated enough to know what happens in famine stricken Russia.. I’m worried.


28 posted on 08/09/2010 2:26:29 PM PDT by brothers4thID (http://scarlettsays.blogspot.com/)
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To: WellyP

Can you post there links?


29 posted on 08/09/2010 2:30:50 PM PDT by TaraP (He never offered our victories without fighting but he said help would always come in time)
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To: brothers4thID

If they find a way to blame any of this on Putin and get rid of him it’s a win for everybody!


30 posted on 08/09/2010 2:31:38 PM PDT by WellyP
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To: TaraP

From the State Department
Travel Advisory

http://travel.state.gov/travel/cis_pa_tw/pa/pa_1162.html

Russian Federation
August 06, 2010

“The State Department alerts U.S. citizens of the risks of travel to the Russian Federation due to fires in Russia and their impact on safety, air quality, and transportation. This Travel Alert expires on September 5, 2010.

Forest fires and extreme high temperatures in the Moscow region and surrounding areas of central Russia have produced hazardous levels of air pollution and caused numerous flight delays and cancellations in Moscow.

Persons contemplating travel to Moscow and surrounding areas should carefully consider their plans in light of these developments. The hazardous air quality means that persons with heart or lung disease, older adults, and children should remain indoors and keep activity levels low. Everyone should avoid prolonged or heavy exertion outdoors.

The situation has prompted the Russian government to declare a state of emergency in Moscow, Vladimir, Ryazan, Voronezh, Novgorod, the Republic of Mordovia, and the Republic of Marii-El.

Fire related conditions can change quickly, due to changes in wind direction and weather conditions. Persons planning travel to the Moscow area should monitor weather conditions and stay in touch with their airline.

We recommend U.S. citizens register their travel plans with the Consular Section of the U.S. Embassy through the State Department’s travel registration website.”

That was just an advisory. Here is the definition of a warning:

“Travel Warnings are issued when long-term, protracted conditions that make a country dangerous or unstable lead the State Department to recommend that Americans avoid or consider the risk of travel to that country. A Travel Warning is also issued when the U.S. Government’s ability to assist American citizens is constrained due to the closure of an embassy or consulate or because of a drawdown of its staff. The countries listed below meet those criteria.”

The Russian Federation is not on that list. The embassies did can cancel appointments for 08/09/10, however.


31 posted on 08/09/2010 2:36:36 PM PDT by Pete from Shawnee Mission
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To: TaraP
So...they're going to ship the radioactive wheat to other countries?

Russia Agrees To Allow Some Previously Scheduled Wheat Exports

"Russia is caving after reports that a wheat ban would cause food riots in Egypt and South Africa. Another reason for wheat prices to keep sliding."

32 posted on 08/09/2010 2:37:31 PM PDT by blam
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To: WellyP
I talked to a friend of mine about 15 minutes ago. He is a PhD in Cellular Physics out of Poly Tech on Moscow. He confirms through friends in Moscow that things are A LOT WORSE that is reported.

You talked to someone, but they didn't give any details at all about HOW it's worse?
33 posted on 08/09/2010 2:38:24 PM PDT by ZX12R (IMPEACH OBAMA NOW!)
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To: WellyP

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/world/europe/Russia-declares-state-of-emergency-at-Urals-nuclear-town/articleshow/6282384.cms

MOSCOW: Russian authorities on Monday declared a state of emergency in Ozersk, home to major nuclear reprocessing plant Mayak, due to wildfires burning around the Urals town, officials said.

“A state of emergency has been introduced in forests and parks on the territory of the Ozersk city district due to a complicated fire hazard situation,” said a statement posted on the district’s website.

The emergency was the latest concern to hit a major Russian strategic site due to the wildfires which have already badly damaged military depots and threatened other atomic facilities.

Read more: Russia declares state of emergency at Urals nuclear town - Europe - World - The Times of India http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/world/europe/Russia-declares-state-of-emergency-at-Urals-nuclear-town/articleshow/6282384.cms#ixzz0w9fGR0sa


34 posted on 08/09/2010 2:42:19 PM PDT by WellyP
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To: TaraP
Pure BS smokescreen.

They have a zombie breakout.

35 posted on 08/09/2010 2:45:45 PM PDT by Doomonyou (Let them eat Lead.)
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To: Pete from Shawnee Mission

The full health impact of the heatwave nationwide has not been reported...

Moscow’s health chief has confirmed the mortality rate has doubled as a heatwave and wildfire smog continue to grip the Russian capital.

There were twice the usual number of bodies in the city’s morgues, Andrei Seltsovsky told reporters.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-10912658
Meanwhile, a state of emergency has been declared around a nuclear reprocessing plant in the southern Urals because of nearby wildfires.

Continue reading the main story
Related stories
Moscow smog and heat: Your experiences
Russia reduces harvest forecast
And there was a new warning over shortfalls in Russia’s grain harvest.

Prime Minister Vladimir Putin said this year’s harvest, hit by fire and drought, would be worse than previously forecast.

Currently expected to be 65m tonnes, it could be as low as 60 million tonnes, Mr Putin said.

Mr Putin also said that a ban on grain exports could be extended beyond the end of 2010 because of shortages for domestic markets.

Russia is the world’s third largest wheat exporter. Its biggest customers include Egypt, Turkey and Syria


36 posted on 08/09/2010 2:46:14 PM PDT by TaraP (He never offered our victories without fighting but he said help would always come in time)
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To: lizol

Pinging our Polish Freepers to find out if they know anything about this.


37 posted on 08/09/2010 2:47:53 PM PDT by dfwgator
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To: dfwgator

Russia has recently seen the longest unprecedented heat wave for at least one thousand years, the head of the Russian Meteorological Center said on Monday.

Wildfires continue to rage across much of the central part of European Russia as the country experiences a heat wave, with temperatures of up to and above 40 degrees Celsius (104 degrees Fahrenheit).

“We have an ‘archive’ of abnormal weather situations stretching over a thousand years. It is possible to say there was nothing similar to this on the territory of Russia during the last one thousand years in regard to the heat,” Alexander Frolov said.

He said scientists received information on ancient weather conditions by exploring lake deposits.

Frolov also said Russia’s grain crop may decrease by at least 30% compared to last year.

On Thursday, Russia imposed a ban on the export of grain and grain products that will last from August 15 to December 31, though First Deputy Prime Minister Igor Shuvalov said the ban may be changed after the harvest is calculated in October.

http://en.rian.ru/russia/20100809/160128496.html


38 posted on 08/09/2010 3:02:02 PM PDT by TaraP (He never offered our victories without fighting but he said help would always come in time)
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To: TaraP

(lots of pics at link)

Wildfires turn Russia red: 700 die a day in Moscow as deadly smog doubles mortality rate

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/worldnews/article-1301558/Russia-wildfires-700-die-day-Moscow-smog-doubles-mortality-rate.html#ixzz0w9GkN2LK


39 posted on 08/09/2010 3:04:39 PM PDT by roses of sharon (I can do all things through Him who strengthens me. Philippians 4:13)
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To: WellyP
Reading the comments on the BBC suggests that the smoke in Moscow isn't ordinary smoke encompassing the city. I know that over two hundred new fires have broken out in Russia, but the last I read the fires were still about 70 kilometers from Moscow. I have been reading Le Figaro for the last few days and there was one article trying to alleviate fears for those in France that the fumes might be hazardous. One of the articles I read in Le Figaro seemed to say that the Russians were desperately trying to remove dangerous, hazardous materials as fast as possible from the fires by truck.
40 posted on 08/09/2010 3:13:59 PM PDT by madinmadtown
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To: brothers4thID

Wow, could this be the ‘hook in the jaws’ of Russia forcing her out of the Central Asian plain down into the Middle East and into Israel to the south?


41 posted on 08/09/2010 3:16:57 PM PDT by STD (Witnessing Another Greek Tragedy as Our Chief Executive Implodes.)
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To: madinmadtown

Is Al Gore in Moscow trading carbon credits?


42 posted on 08/09/2010 3:22:35 PM PDT by ken5050 (Save the Earth..It's the only planet with chocolate!!!)
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To: FARS

Are you hearing anything from the Middle East on this? I know Russia is a little out of the area of course, but there might be some chatter.


43 posted on 08/09/2010 3:36:03 PM PDT by Enterprise (As a disaster unfolds, a putz putts.)
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To: The Comedian; Quix

Visited this thread yet?


44 posted on 08/09/2010 4:08:29 PM PDT by houeto (Get drinking water from your ditch - http://www.junglebucket.com/Jungle-Bucket-1.htm)
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To: Enterprise
"According to unofficial information, warehouses of chemical and bacteriological weapons were also burnt down."

Time to call in ZORT.

45 posted on 08/09/2010 4:26:18 PM PDT by 10mm
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To: TaraP
Moscow in Smog

(click for full size)

Moscow: Smog City
 
St. Petersburg Times

Temperatures in St. Petersburg broke yet another record Saturday when the mercury soared to 37.1 degrees Celsius, while the smog that has been choking the capital for the past few days also caught up with the city at the weekend.

Weather forecasters say Saturday’s temperature is the highest registered in the history of meteorology in St. Petersburg, which is to say in about 150 years.

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46 posted on 08/09/2010 4:53:56 PM PDT by brityank (The more I learn about the Constitution, the more I realise this Government is UNconstitutional !! )
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To: fishtank
Report from my Russian Physicist friend: 3 minutes ago. There is some increased background radation consistent with large intense fires but the increase in radiation is of the WRONG TYPE to be related to any nuclear site. The smoke and general smog is BAD BEYOND BELIEF!
47 posted on 08/09/2010 6:01:48 PM PDT by WellyP
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To: WellyP

Or a chance for China to begin the last battle...


48 posted on 08/09/2010 6:36:43 PM PDT by Shady (No more laws based on LIES!)
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To: WellyP

Please do, it may make no difference, but I would like to kiss my family goodbye.


49 posted on 08/09/2010 6:38:32 PM PDT by Shady (No more laws based on LIES!)
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To: Pete from Shawnee Mission

OK, Now I get it, Accelerated calamity to assist Soros in getting his Global Carbon Tax sham initiated..


50 posted on 08/09/2010 6:43:48 PM PDT by Shady (No more laws based on LIES!)
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