Wikipedia:Christopher Busby

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Bias Spin  The Wikipedia page is a classic illustration of the way in which Official Narrative's deal with people who represent a credible threat to them. Busby is a particularly effective irritant to the proponents of nuclear power and the use of depleted uranium weaponry. Like many honest scientists who insist on going wherever the scientific method leads, no matter the displeasure of powerful interests, Busby has been effectively marginalised by the MSM and is subject to all manner of ridicule and other ad-hominem attack.

The Wikispooks page is a near verbatim reproduction of Busby's own suggestions for a his Wikipedia entry, were it not so effectively policed by his detractors in the nuclear power and armaments industries

Related Wikispooks Pages

Document:Deconstructing Nuclear Experts Document:Deconstructing Nuclear Experts - A scathing dismissal of official efforts to play down the seriousness of the radiation health effects of the Fukushima disaster. In particular the credibility of the 'experts' regularly wheeled out by the MSM]
File:Fallujah Birth Defects.pdf File:Fallujah Birth Defects.pdf - Cancer , Infant Mortality and Birth Sex - Ratio in Falluj ah , Iraq 2005 – 2009

External Links

  • Chris Busby Exposed - Originally a Busby attack site. Busby obtained control of the domain name through legal means because the site libelled him. It is now used as an inormation site
  • Green Audit - Busby's main internet presence site
  • International Committée on Nuclear Justice - Formed on the 7th of December 2011 by the attendees of the international conference of environmental NGOs and scientists in Vilnius, holding three day seminars in the houses of Lithuanian Parliament and Vilnius Municipality.
  • CERRIE - CERRIE was an independent Committee established by the UK Government in 2001, following concerns about the risks of internal radiation. The Committee operated between October 2001 and October 2004.