WATCH THE FOLLOWING SHORT VIDEO:
Underground nuclear explosion near Dulce, New Mexico in 1967:
Although this 1967 experiment was intended to ease the flow of natural gas in the surrounding areas, the after-effect of this test was not all positive:
Radiation slowly began to leak in the surrounding areas.
Dulce, New Mexico is not about aliens. It is about humans and the lingering health problems that have been kept from the public.
It’s about the likelihood that the government conducted tests on radiation by selectively choosing particular cows in the Dulce area, beginning in the mid 1970s. This type of research may have involved analyses of certain organs and tissues and may also have involved clandestine operations utilizing some prototypes of unmanned aerial vehicles or even unmarked helicopters.
But more important than that, there is a lingering problem that must be dealt with, i.e., the lingering physical effect on Native Americans from that 1967 experiment, as one can see from the high rate of cancer as well as problems with infertility among women in the Dulce area. This type of condition may continue through the next generation of residents that were affected.
This issue must come out in the open.
Here is a powerful testimony from a member of the Jicarilla Apache Nation:
I am a member of The Jicarilla Apache Nation.
My father passed from a brain tumor in 06.
My Mother was just diagnosed on 1-13-17 with a brain tumor.
I honestly believe there are no coincidences here.
The radiation lingering effects are making my people sick with cancer.
I myself can’t have any children.
I have contacted several attorney’s who are Native American and specialize in Federal Indian Law.
No replies yet.”
Although not directly related to Project Gasbuggy, here is a significant report about Native Americans still suffering from after-effects of radiation:
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Norio Hayakawa’s CIVILIAN INTELLIGENCE NEWS SERVICE
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