If you're a person who trusts any level of government...you should look in the mirror right away, because you probably have the 'F-Word' stamped on your forehead...FOOL!
Add to that, corporations who only care about the bottom line; their stockholders; and the only thing that means anything is the almighty dollar, etc...etc...and etc.
There are millions of people in government and corporations, who have no integrity; no values; all they care about is the almighty dollar...and getting their pictures in the Society Pages! (peuk, here!)
I live in Albuquerque, New Mexico, which is a sleepy one-horse town of about 500,000 population including the horse. For those of you around the world, who may not know where New Mexico is located, the state is located in the southwestern part of the United States between Texas and Arizona.
The atomic bomb was developed at Los Alamos, which is about an hour north of Albuquerque, and the first atomic bomb was tested in Alamagordo, which is about 200 miles south of Albuquerque,
Over the past year, I've been actice in a scary situation happening at Kirtland AFB, which involves a fuel spill that happened years ago, and threatens the ground water in the area. The fight between the state of New Mexico and the federal government has been going on for years over the clean-up and the costs.
I live about one mile or a 15 minute walk from gound zero at Kirtland AFB. This is of great concern to me, because I live so close to the base. Kirtland AFB, is also home to a storage depot of nuclear weapons. It is said that there are over 2,000 nuclear bombs stored in the mountians just south of Albuquerque. As a matter of fact, the distance is only about 5 miles from where I live.
Sandia National Laboratories (Energy Department) are located on Kirtland AFB, and is about 3 miles from where I live. I have given the reader all this geography, because of the frightening full-page ad that was published in the Albuquerque Journal on September 21, 2011. The full-page ad reads;
ATOMIC WORKERS WITH CANCER
SANDIA NATIONAL LABS
(1949 - 1962)
LOS ALAMOS NATIONAL LABS
(1943 - 1975)
All Sandia Labs and LANL AEC/DOE
employees, contractors or subs, who worked on-site in stated timeframe, 250 work days, diagnosed with any of 23 cancers, sarcoidosis or chronic beryllium disease, are likely in a new Special Exposure cohort class, elegible for $150,000 - $400,000.
Employees, or direct survivors, contact me, whether previously denied, pending or new claim. I've completed 700 claims for DOE/AEC employees or survivors resulting in $125 million lump sum payouts. Not a lawyer or bureaucrat. I'm your experienced advocate through complex entitlement adjudication, not just a form filer. It's not a lawsuit. You get 100% of award directly, not filtered by a lawyer 'trust' accounts. You then pay me 2%. No other costs. Make contact now.
Albert B. Frowiss, Sr.
PO Box 909, Rancho Santa Fe, California 92067
END OF AD......
My Two-cents; Everything is centered about trust and credibility! Is this a scam? I this for real? Is this part of the government? Is this a private person; a contractor? Are there any fees? I've read the Albuquerque Journal for over 50 years, and I've never seen anything like this before. Somebody paid over $2,000 for this full-page ad...is it lagit?
SITE MAP For Hoplessly Lost Souls;
Copyright; Jerry Aragon; The Humor Doctor;