Sunday, February 02, 2014

Bombing Man Friday

Over at the New Zealand-based Cafe Pacific blog, a story about a documentary film that has been kept off-air for two years so far:

"Nuclear Savage is a recent documentary film that explores American nuclear weapons testing in the Marshall Islands, 1946-1958 - and particularly the secret Project 4.1: an American experiment in exposing Pacific Islanders to overdoses of radiation – deliberate human radiation poisoning – just to get better data on this method of maiming and killing people." (My emphasis.)

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2 comments:

Paddington said...

It's quite consistent. The government also had servicemen standing fairly close to the explosions, and deliberately infected African-Americans with STD's.

uranio em movi(e)mento said...

“Nuclear Savage”: Public TV doesnot show it: But the International Uranium Film Festival shows it.
“Nuclear Savage: The Islands of Secret Project 4.1” received the Yellow Oscar of the International Uranium Film Festival (IUFF) in 2013 in Rio de Janeiro. Now the Festival is coming to Washington and New York together with Nuclear Savage.
Next Screenings of Nuclear Savage in Washington DC, Goethe-Institut / Goethe-Forum (Feb. 10-12) and in New York Brooklyn, The Pavilion Theater (Feb. 14-19) with the presence of the film director Adam Horowitz.
More Info:
http://www.goethe.de/ins/us/was/ver/en12059524v.htm
http://www.paviliontheater.com/?p=content&id=Uranium+Film+Festival+2014+Feb+14+to+Feb+19+

Film festival contact:
info@uraniumfilmfestival.org
Festival website
www.uraniumfilmfestival.org