Divine Strake

To Whom It May Concern.
Do you really think that we don't know what "divine strake" means? "Holy weapon to level the sand". The mere fact that you can't even come up with a clever name to disguise the true reason for this test shows the lack of fortitude of your character. You are attempting to deceive those of us who live in Utah about the supposed safety of the Divine Strake test. You are either deluded or woefully undereducated if you believe for one second that the radioactive topsoil and subsurface soil in the Nevada test site pose no threat when aerosolled into the air. The fact that you are lying to all the states that will be affected by Divine Strake is reason enough not to trust you. You should be ashamed of yourselves although I understand that having no conscience, you could care less what happens. I don't understand how people like you can sleep at night. You people don't even deserve to breathe the same air as the rest of us.

Divine Strake is a thinly-veiled threat. It is a conventional weapon designed to test the penetration power of a nuclear weapon. The name and the test point to one thing. George W Bush is planning to deploy nukes.

The location for the test is 37° 1'20.51"N, 116°10'54.30"W. Protest, break into the site, do anything to stop this test. It is categorically not safe. The government are (as usual) lying to everyone. After all, to claim the following is safe is either a lie, or the ramblings of a deranged lunatic (like Dubya):

Divine Strake is going to aerosol hundreds of tons of radioactive soil containing americium-241, plutonium-239, plutonium-240, cesium-137, strontium-90, europium-152, europium-154 and europium-155 into the atmosphere in a 10,000ft mushroom cloud. The explosive itself is also going to release the following just for good measure:
More than 2 tons cyanide
1,535 pounds phosgene (carcinogen; pulmonary agent; used as a chemical weapon in World War I)
1,318 pounds methylene chloride (carcinogen)
2,387 pounds carbon tetrachloride (carcinogen)
1,650 pounds chlorine



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