The Nuclear Hoax


The following documentary explores the surprisingly abundant evidence that nuclear weapons are a hoax. Many of the nuclear explosion videos we have all seen and presumed real are shown to be complete fakes using model trees, houses and cars exploding on a set. The destruction of Hiroshima and Nagasaki appear not to be the result of one large explosion, but rather the result of a fire-bombing campaign comparable in pictures to Tokyo’s fire-bombed remains. Hiroshima and Nagasaki also never experienced anything like the hundreds or thousands of years of radiation predicted by nuclear scientists, in fact, vegetation began growing within a month after the bombing, and the Japanese people began rebuilding almost immediately! Some nuclear physicists even claim nuclear weaponry fraudulent based solely on the technical impossibilities of fission material not to be incinerated before triggering the necessary nuclear chain reaction. Check out the documentary, read through the excellent Nuke Lies Forum, and leave a comment what you think about this nuclear hoax. Was the government teaching school-children to hide under their desks just to induce fear and funnel black tax money into a fake Cold War arms race?

3 Replies to “The Nuclear Hoax”

  1. Hi Eric,
    I was very skeptical about the claims of nuclear weapons being a hoax. I thought it was crazy. But I see how these people think and work.

    I went into the newspaper archives and found out that Hiroshima and Nagasaki were in fact bombed days before the alleged atomic bombings.

    That alone demolishes the whole nuclear lie since everything rests upon it happening.

    Plus the Rockefeller foundation in 1946 put money towards hiring historians to write books to make sure WW2 atrocity propaganda would not be debunked like it was during WW1.

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