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UK Government Harbored Terrorists Linked to Manchester Blast for Decades

Tony Cartalucci pointed out an admission in the Telegraph piece:

A Thriving Terrorist Community in the Midst of Manchester 

The same Telegraph article would also admit (emphasis added):

A group of Gaddafi dissidents, who were members of the outlawed Libyan Islamic Fighting Group (LIFG), lived within close proximity to Abedi in Whalley Range.

Among them was Abd al-Baset Azzouz, a father-of-four from Manchester, who left Britain to run a terrorist network in Libya overseen by Ayman al-Zawahiri, Osama bin Laden’s successor as leader of al-Qaeda. 

Azzouz, 48, an expert bomb-maker, was accused of running an al-Qaeda network in eastern Libya. The Telegraph reported in 2014 that Azzouz had 200 to 300 militants under his control and was an expert in bomb-making. 

Another member of the Libyan community in Manchester, Salah Aboaoba told Channel 4 news in 2011 that he had been fund raising for LIFG while in the city. Aboaoba had claimed he had raised funds at Didsbury mosque, the same mosque attended by Abedi.

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Stop EPA from allowing cancer in 1 in 6 people



The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), using advise from a nuclear industry-funded group, has recommended radiation exposure limits that could cause a cancer in at least 1 in 6 people, possibly more. Demand that EPA withdraw these “Protective” Action Guides or PAGs, which would be used after all kinds of nuclear catastrophes. Subject: Withdraw Protective Action Guides for Radionuclides (Docket ID No. EPA–HQ – OAR – 2007– 0268)


The Honorable Gina McCarthy
Assistant Administrator for Air and Radiation and Administrator-Nominee
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

Dear Assistant Administrator McCarthy:

I am writing to demand that EPA withdraw the Protective Action Guides it released on April 15, 2013 for the following reasons:

Allowing 1 in 6 or even more people to get cancer from radiation exposure in order to protect nuclear industry profits works against EPA’s mission to “protect human health and the environment.” EPA needs to make health were the driver of cleanup and recovery, not industry economics.

EPA relies on advice from nuclear industry funded organizations, like the National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements (NCRP), to establish radiation exposure levels for the public. This is an obvious conflict of interest.

EPA PAGs fail to incorporate the lessons of previous nuclear catastrophes like Chernobyl and Fukushima by ignoring increasing and migrating contamination.

EPA fails to fully account for any longer term chronic exposure sources like contaminated food; and work with other agencies to ensure the public is fully informed of man-made radiation levels in food.

EPA fails to incorporate key applicable recommendations of the United Nations Human Right to Health report, recently released, on the Fukushima disaster.

I demand the PAGs be withdrawn, rather than adjusted or amended, because of EPA’s connection to NCRP, an industry-funded entity paid by EPA to advise them on these guides. This collaboration with NCRP is a conflict that will make creating independent, protective radiation standards extremely difficult.