Iran to Citizens: Flee Isfahan

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posted on Jan, 2 2013 @ 04:17 PM
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reply to post by Advantage
 

Yeah I agree. I met two Iranian musicians last year that were just really nice down to earth people. Pretty, smart and very polite. I made the mistake of mentioning current events and Israeli relations like a dumbass, but they were just really cool about it all. To be fair I was a little overwhelmed by their beauty. Iranian women are elegant and refined.

We are all just people being people. This really sucks, even if it is happening to a country where a state of war exists between our countries.

I don't know if Iranians are all like the few I met in my life, but from what I can tell they are a credit to the human race as far as genetics, social manners, and overall intelligence. In a future where our countries will all work together I wouldn't mind them on my team. Nice people.




posted on Jan, 2 2013 @ 04:39 PM
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Originally posted by mideast


Recently, I have seen many false news from BBC. I don't know why they are doing this , but it will discredit them more.

False news about major cities of Iran is something that is getting more frequent.

Maybe they want to affect next Iranian presidential election.

Bringing fear to Iranian people who listen to BBC.

IMO , they are just losing audience.

My sources knew nothing about leaking and explosion. They didn't even hear anything.

My advice is that you better wait and see what will leak in the media.

It is not first time.
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Yes, very agreed.. we all will have to wait and see. The link I put up mentioned the lies in the media and conflicting stories. Ours does it, theirs ( yours) does it.. they all make a huge ado and somehow arent taken to task for spreading fear or disinformation. Its certainly nothing new though. My husbands ex's father was the Shah's cardiologist way back when and I got a front row seat to the nonsense between our 2 countries and the media insanity. I think youre definitely correct on the BBC comment. IMO the media should be held accountable for these sort of things. Unlikely but we can all hope... maybe.. one day!

As for the pollution in Isfahan, given we were there decades ago, but it wasnt that bad. It was similar to San Fransisco smog and haze. From what Im hearing it seems to have gotten horribly bad.. as in a true health emergency. If they evacuate for that.. it seems to me that the international community should be supportive and aid in the betterment of the quality of the citizens lives.. rather than pass nonsense lies.. if in fact this is the case. The way it was explained to me was that nuclear power would greatly aid in cutting down on the pollution and resulting illness. Of course, these common real issues are never really discussed here when you say Iran and Nuke in the same sentence. People on this board would do well understanding that many in Iran dont care for the govt any more than we care for our own. We're all in the same mess these days with megalomaniacs pretending to represent our will.

I wish people here would google because Isfahan is a BEAUTIFUL city.... and where my dining room rug comes from.



posted on Jan, 2 2013 @ 05:01 PM
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Your off-site source says "The nuclear reactor also sits on a fault line" Can this be accurate? Its suicidally stupid to build nuclear reactors on fault lines.Or is the whole of Iran at risk of earthquakes,i wonder? I feel Iran has the right to nuclear power,most certainly,but after Fukushima,i really hate seeing "nuclear reactor" and earthquake/faultline in the same sentence.



posted on Jan, 2 2013 @ 05:19 PM
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Would be a hell off a way to spread a virus.

Of course there's a problem at the nuclear facility. And people need to evacuate.

They could have intel of an eminent isreali attack.

Ehhhh if nothing to lose, being that Isreal has a powerful ally, why not screw the world.

Ehhhh pesky passports.

Impressively elegant virus design. 48 hour incubation, 100% mortality rate, zero cure, airborne spread.

Wait....I think I read this in a book.
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posted on Jan, 2 2013 @ 06:32 PM
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It appears from the Free Beacon and other sources that the evacuation is due to an ongoing leakage of radioactive material that has been going on for several months and apparently has reached a critical level calling for evacuation, and not due to any military strike.



posted on Jan, 2 2013 @ 06:36 PM
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Dont internationally agencies/countries state that an increase in radioactive levels has occured on their sensors? why is everyone quiet?



posted on Jan, 2 2013 @ 08:10 PM
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Hahahahahhahahahaha...Don't have the safeguards?!?!?!? Hahahahahahahahahahahahahaha.

No-one has 'safeguards'. Look at Fukushima. Same style plant is used all throughout the US.

Furthermore, How fast was Japans evacuation plan enacted?

It seems Iran has not only not hidden any info but also acting immediately on securing the safety of it's civilians.
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posted on Jan, 2 2013 @ 08:10 PM
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more bs and made up 'news' i wager.

nothing reported on msm (and indeed on alot of 'independant alternative' sites) is real.

media fakery is so prevelant now, we do not know what's what or our collective arses
from our elbows.

the intention i'm sure.

one thing though. it feels like something big (and positive?) is going
on behind the scenes, just below the surface.

anyone else sense, on the ground, an exceptional quiet and calm this holiday season?



posted on Jan, 2 2013 @ 10:54 PM
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Originally posted by Raxoxane
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Your off-site source says "The nuclear reactor also sits on a fault line" Can this be accurate? Its suicidally stupid to build nuclear reactors on fault lines.Or is the whole of Iran at risk of earthquakes,i wonder? I feel Iran has the right to nuclear power,most certainly,but after Fukushima,i really hate seeing "nuclear reactor" and earthquake/faultline in the same sentence.

Prtty stupid to put them near the ocean too wouldnt you say?
Or a lot of other sensitive places....but they do.



posted on Jan, 3 2013 @ 12:26 AM
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so was this before or after those strange planes left iran the other day? the white ones with red stripes down the middle. maybe now we know why they were there. ^^



posted on Jan, 3 2013 @ 12:28 AM
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well then you would be amazed to find out how many actually are, several in california are on or within miles of fault lines. thats just california heh.



posted on Jan, 3 2013 @ 02:08 AM
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Sources ?

Just asking because your linked article shows an old picture from an article about Chernobyl from the year 2009, claiming it depicts "Iranian Uranium Workers"

So I call BS alltogether.


EDIT: Original Article
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posted on Jan, 3 2013 @ 02:19 AM
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At least they warned them to leave. I can't say my government would do the same.



posted on Jan, 3 2013 @ 04:42 AM
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Nuclear plants are built near water for safety reasons actually... if they have to cool down the reactor its easier to flood it immediately therefore cool it faster.



posted on Jan, 3 2013 @ 05:46 AM
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Originally posted by ManBehindTheMask

Originally posted by munkey66
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you may want to take a look at this link before casting doubts on others safety record
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im not saying that others safety record are immaculate by any means......im well aware of things that have happened in the past........

My point is, that now days, most other nuclear countries have vastly better safety measures in place......

my concern now is more with the people of this area.........

this is a very very scary situation.........and the healh of these people could be in dire straits


You mean like Japan, the US or Russia/Soviet Union?


It seems that just about every country with nuclear programs/industry have safety problems.

And at this point there is no evidence that this is a radiation leak. Could be, but apparently this city has had a history of severe pollution problems, so it may well be a conventional smog alert or some other chemical leak, i.e. not necessarily the uranium processing plant.



posted on Jan, 3 2013 @ 06:10 AM
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that link is from 2009
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posted on Jan, 3 2013 @ 06:26 AM
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Originally posted by DOLCOTT
Counting down to the first reply that mentions Israel, I pray the people are safe.


You did it first



posted on Jan, 3 2013 @ 06:54 AM
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Or they could be evacuating due to near completion of a weapon and it could be a drill,
maps.google.com...

click Isfahan ^^^ see what that facility is (allegedly) for.
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posted on Jan, 3 2013 @ 07:40 AM
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Actually, they are build because you need water to cool them 24/7. That´s why, beside the irony, you never see one in a desert.



posted on Jan, 3 2013 @ 07:54 AM
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Originally posted by ManBehindTheMask


Well this is a bit scary........

Having to evacuate over a million people is a horrifying prospect....

Especially when we dont know just how bad the leakage is.....

What possible impact could this have on Irans nuclear program on the world stage?

What long term effects will this have on the people of the area, and the environment......

IMHO accidents can happen, but this is jut one more reason that Iran shouldnt be messing with this stuff.....they do not have the safe guards that many other nuclear countries have to make sure incidents like this dont happen......

At least however, they had the where withall to issue an evacuation order......

freebeacon.com
(visit the link for the full news article)


you couldn't be farther from the truth on the issue i bolded. many reactors (globally) are antiquated and have been band-aided along for years, thanks the the nuclear regulatory commission relaxing standards. that seems to be the new normal, not decommissioning, just changing the standards to meet a deteriorating nuclear infrastructure. God help us all my friend.





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