You may have read that the Russians dumped radioactive waste into the sea for decades and even sank a nuclear sub with its fuel rods intact. Russia announces enormous finds of radioactive waste and nuclear re...

Enormous quantities of decommissioned Russian nuclear reactors and radioactive waste were dumped into the Kara Sea in the Arctic Ocean north of Siberia over a course of decades, according to documents given to Norwegian officials by Russian authorities and published in Norwegian media.

Now it comes to light that both the US Atomic Energy Commission and the Russians also covered up nuclear meltdowns for decades as top secret, lying to everyone. Governments Have Been Covering Up Nuclear Meltdowns for Fifty Years...

...a nuclear meltdown occurred at the world’s first commercial reactor only 30 miles from downtown Los Angeles, and only 7 miles from the community of Canoga Park and the San Fernando Valley area of Los Angeles.

in 1959, there was a meltdown of one-third of the nuclear reactors at the Santa Susana field laboratory operated by Rocketdyne, releasing – according to some scientists’ estimates – 240 times as much radiation as Three Mile Island.

But the Atomic Energy Commission lied and said only there was only 1 partially damaged rod, and no real problems. In fact, the AEC kept the meltdown a state secret for 20 years.

There were other major accidents at that reactor facility, which the AEC and Nuclear Regulatory Commission covered up as well. See this.

Two years earlier, a Russian government reactor at Kyshtm melted down in an accident which some claim was even worse than Chernobyl.

The Soviet government hid the accident, pretending that it was creating a new “nature reserve” to keep people out of the huge swath of contaminated land.

Journalist Anna Gyorgy alleges that the results of a freedom of information act request show that the CIA knew about the accident at the time, but kept it secret to prevent adverse consequences for the fledgling American nuclear industry.

Both Capitalist and Communist governments maliciously lied to vulnerable citizens about nuclear power plant safety.

Tags: Nuclear Power accidents, government cover up, government lies, nuclear melt down

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I think they do cover up many things - yes.

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