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Iran’s ‘nuke’: Another big fake?

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I have been pondering about whether nuclear weapons are real, for quite a few months now.

To be clear, I’m not talking about whether nuclear reactors are real.

At this stage, I still think that nuclear reactors are probably real, and that nuclear energy is a ‘thing’. From everything I’ve read, it seems at least possible that nuclear reactors could be created as we’re told, and function as we’re told.

But when it comes to ‘nuclear weapons’?

The science actually suggests they are impossible.


Before we get into this more, I just want to back up and show you a couple of headlines from today, in Israel.

This one is from A7 – yesterday night, it was actually quoting Yoav Gallant saying (again…..) that ‘Iran is so close to achieving their nuke, we have to act now’, blahdy blah blah. This morning, it’s still their top story, but like this, now:


Meanwhile, the Times of Israel was running it’s own version of ‘Iran nuke fear porn’, with a story about Tehran’s new ballistic missile, the ‘Paveh’.

Here’s that ballistic missile – with a range of 1650 km!!!! – apparently in action:


I have to admit to laughing out loud when I watched this, but come to your own conclusions.

Ever since this whole ‘flat earth’ debate, and especially since those shots of rockets just arcing into the ocean, again and again and again, I’ve been seriously wondering if ‘intercontinental ballistic missiles’ are even possible.

You can read more about them on Wikipedia, HERE, but the main point is, it’s the same Werner von Braun ‘tech’ that gave us NASA’s rockets… and the men walking on the moon…. and basically involves these rockets ‘leaving earth’s atmosphere’ before re-entering it and boom!!!

Which is totally impossible, if there is a rakia (firmament) blocking that trajectory.


Point is, these ‘intercontinental ballistic missiles’ – and all the rest of these long-range missiles – have apparently never been used.

Point is, that whenever rockets are launched, they are always VERY close to their targets, with a trajectory that would take them well UNDER the rakia.

Haven’t you always wondered why Israel’s enemies would need to position their rockets so very close to our borders – in Gaza, and on the Lebanese border, and in Syria – if there were all these super-duper long-range missiles that they could fire from out to sea, without all the hassle of having to build ‘underground bases’ in foreign countries under the nose of the Israelis?

While we’re on that subject, aren’t you wondering why no ‘long range missiles’ have been used by either side, in this Ukrainian-Russian conflict?

All the rockets exploding are only ever short range, with a trajectory that would take them well under the rakia.


But let’s get back to the nukes.

And in particular, let’s get back to the three nukes that were apparently dropped back in the summer 1945.

Nuke 1: The ‘Trinity’ nuclear test, which you can read about HERE.

Nuke 2: Hiroshima.

Nuke 3: Nagasaki.


You know the ‘official story’ as well as I do.

Japan was famously stuck ‘riding the tiger’ of not being able to surrender, culturally, even though they were losing the war badly.

So, to encourage surrender, the US decided to drop the first ever nukes on the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

And then, Japan surrendered unconditionally – literally a couple of days after the Soviets had declared war against Japan, and were preparing a ground invasion – and everyone lived happily ever after.

(Except for the few hundred thousands of Japanese who got nuked….)



There are some massive ‘holes’ in the official story, not least, the complete lack of anything resembling serious nuclear fall out in both the cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

Already by the mid-1950s, both cities had rebuilt, and the headcount had returned to what it was before World War 2.


When I was growing up in the UK, the ‘nuclear armageddon fear porn’ was still going strong.

The TV was full of programs depicting a devastated world post nuclear war, with lone survivors creaking around in hazmat suits, trying to find that one little patch of land that had escaped the nuke, and was still livable.

It was dystopian, depressing, horrible stuff.

They even showed this propaganda in school, during class time – I remember a particularly horrible show that had a nuke exploding at the end of someone’s street, and then a pregnant woman having to bite through her own umbilical cords, because ‘civilisation’ had just disappeared, and they were giving birth by themselves in some cave….

Truly gross, sickening propaganda.

So only natural they should be showing that to young kids in schools.

Plus ca change.


In the meantime, despite no end of wars, no end of ‘terrorist groups’, no end of enemies, no end of radioactive materials available on the black market, after the fall of the USSR – the only nukes that were ever apparently used were dropped almost 80 years ago.

Does this make sense?


Why, because ‘terrorists’ and psychopaths abide by nuclear non-proliferation agreements?



Now, let’s turn to a book put out by Professor Akio Nakatani, who does appear to be a real person working at the Shibaura Institute of Technology in Japan, with research papers up on Research Gate, HERE.

First, here is his biography:


Back in 2017, Nakatani put out a book called ‘Death Object: Exploding the Nuclear Weapons Hoax’.

You can read that book, for free, online HERE.


Apparently, that link isn’t working for some readers, so try THIS, on archive.org.


Even though it’s 228 pages long, it’s actually a very fast, relatively easy, read, and it has a lot of pictures and diagrams.

In that book, Nakatani deconstructs the evidence of what was really ‘dropped’ on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. And, he also builds a computer simulated model of how nuclear fission ‘is meant to work’…

Except, it doesn’t.


Not even in theory.


I know we are all busy people, so let me try to make this easier for you, by drawing your attention to a few of the pages you really  should go and read for yourself, that will give you 99% of the key arguments and information.

Page 16: A passage from the Atomic Heritage Foundation, describing ‘nuclear shadows’:




‘… his flesh and blood were all reduced to nothingness’.

A Hiroshima ‘nuclear shadow’ of one or more vaporized victims

(Why is the wood wall unscathed? Just… don’t ask)







Page 35: Why high-speed nuclear fission is actually impossible:

(Also take a look at pages 38, 39 and 60):


Page 75: Nakatani explains that he has made full simulations of both the ‘Fat Man’ and ‘Little Boy’ nuke models – and they both don’t work.

At all.

Not even in theory.


The reason I can assert the FAIL hypothesis so forcefully is that I have created my own full simulation of a nuclear device – actually one of each type
(Little Boy, Fat Man).

In doing this, I have relied strictly, solely and entirely on openly published source material, including the technical references used in the preparation of this book (see Bibliography) and other open source or public domain information not listed in this book.


Here’s where the credibility factor is all important.

This guy seems to check out as a Professor of applied mathematics, who does model a lot of things, and works for a real university in Japan.

So there is no reason to not believe what he’s saying here, that he was able to create his own full simulation of a nuclear device.

And that it categorically didn’t ‘work’.


This screenshot is from Page 77:


Really, we could just stop here already.

But if you have more time and inclination, I highly recommend you read what Nakatani explains was going on in Japan, to create the illusion that nukes had been dropped.

Like, Nagasaki and Hiroshima had already been mostly ‘pre-destroyed’,  by months of endless incendiary fire bombing raids.

And then post WW2, all of a sudden history was re-written to claim these cities were somehow ‘protected’, until they were nuked.

They weren’t, and they were mostly deserted when the fake nukes were meant to have been happened, because most of the citizens had left already.


The hoax itself was just another ‘standard’ firebombing raid – identical to what occurred to the German city of Dresden. Read more about that HERE.

This is a screenshot from page 115:


You got that?

There was no difference between the damage done by ‘the nukes’, and the damage done by ‘non-nuclear air raids’.

Which would explain why trains continued to run between Hiroshima and Nagasaki, even AFTER THE ‘NUKES’ FELL (page 139), and why hundreds of thousands of people returned very shortly after the war to live in these places – where there is no evidence of any radioactive fallout.


You can see more pictures of the ‘pyrocumulus’ clouds that occur after massive firestorms – both natural and man-made – around page 186 in the book.

But here’s the thing:

This lack of long-term radioactive damage is not just a feature of the Japanese ‘nukes’.

Even places like Bikini Atoll, and ‘Death Valley’ – where apparently tons and tons and tons of ‘nukes’ were exploded, both above and below ground – there is no ‘radioactive wasteland’ going on in any of these places, and the wildlife is thriving.

How do we explain this, if we continue to believe in ‘nukes’?


On page 199, the author mentions the super-secretive military film studio that put out pretty much all the footage of ‘the nukes’ on behalf of the US military.

It was called ‘Lookout Mountain’.

Read more about that HERE.

This is a basic video from Bitchute that ‘deconstructs’ some of that ‘nuke footage’ – I’m sure there is plenty more, if you start researching this:


Why would Japan go along with this hoax?

They were beaten, but couldn’t ‘surrender’, culturally.

And Stalin had just declared war against them, and was preparing to invade.

The Japanese Imperial family remembered the fate of the Romanov rulers of Russia – and looked for a way they could surrender while still saving face.

The ‘fake nukes’ gave them the perfect out.


On the day itself, there were 200+ other US bombers up in the air, firebombing these cities as usual.

Then, the Enola Gay showed up just as the ‘pyrocumulus’ cloud was getting started, and probably dropped some sort of ‘photoflash’ bomb, to give us that nuclear glare effect.

Probably, there were also a few radioactive isotopes mixed in with some of the ballistic material, so anyone looking for ‘radioactivity’ could find it. 

At least, for a couple of days after the blast.

And that’s  it.

The perfect excuse to ‘go to war’ for the next 100 years.

There is nothing new, under the sun.


We’ll stop here.

Do your own research, come to your own conclusions.

But understand that the ‘Iranian nuke’ is just another potent exercise in political manipulation, military control, and ‘fear porn’.

The only thing we need to fear is Hashem.

Full stop.



A reader sent me this:


It kind of proves the point about what’s going on with the ‘radioactivity’ – people have been ‘picnicking’ on a nuclear bomb explosion site?!?!?

Shouldn’t that place be totally a wasteland, with nary a tree or a blade of grass for the next million years?

I do wonder what it was they WERE exploding, there, however, to give people all the strange cancers.

This is a comment from Stingray, below:

As to the question of viable nukes, there are several credible sources that claim that a combination of napalm, mustard gas, and powdered magnesium was used to simulate the atomic detonations in Japan.

According to “scientists” Uranium-235 has a half life of 700 + million years.

So, how indeed are the cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki habitable today, only 80 or so years since they were destroyed?


And of course, people actually returned to live in Hiroshima and Nagasaki (and returned to picnicking at the Trinity test site….) almost immediately after ‘the nukes’….

Which makes the question even sharper.

And the birur continues.


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8 replies
  1. Elisheva
    Elisheva says:

    This film was made in Sheffield in 1984 & was heavily advertised & as there were only a limited number of TV channels it was widely viewed. It was accompanied by a Government leaflet posted to every household called ‘Protect & Survive’. This was supposed to guide householders on preparing for Nuclear Winter with advice such as removing a door from its hinges & propping it up under the stairs to make a space in which the family could shelter for some days. Alternatively the kitchen table could be used if the stair option was not available. The advice was to cover this with blankets & to have a stock of water & tinned foods. After watching the film most people, including my family, decided this wasn’t going to do any good & so we didn’t bother, (but it really was a frightening film!).

  2. Shimshon
    Shimshon says:

    I remember The Day After in 1981 or 1982. I was in high school at the time. The fear mongering was intense. All those anti-nuke protests, no doubt seeded by government. In elementary school, we had nuke drills every semester I think, along with earthquake and fire drills.

  3. Simon
    Simon says:

    I’ve been to Death Valley.
    It’s just a normal desert (except that it’s one of the hottest places on earth). No radiation.

    Also, doesn’t Rabbi Berland talk about Iranian nukes?

    • Rivka Levy
      Rivka Levy says:

      He’s been saying for years that all the Iranian nukes will be turned into candies…

      That kind of sounded a little ridiculous. Until you begin to understand that nukes apparently never existed in the first place.

  4. shmaryah
    shmaryah says:

    I too remember “The Day After.” There was also another series on the subject called “Z For Zachariah”, set in a Welsh valley, about several families that survived the post nuclear apocylapse.

    As to the question of viable nukes, there are several credible sources that claim that a combination of napalm, mustard gas, and powdered magnesium was used to simulate the atomic detonations in Japan. According to “scientists” Uranium-235 has a half life of 700 + million years, So, how indeed are the cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki habitable today, only 80 or so years since they were destroyed?


  5. Malka
    Malka says:

    My chemistry professor worked in place where there was nuclear something ( don’t remember) and had to wear patch to monitor if he was exposed to too much radioactivity. His patch indicated he was exposed. They investigated cause and found out he went outside at lunch time and was exposed to the sun🤣

    • Shimshon
      Shimshon says:

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8VvGw1tkT1Q Galen Winsor worked with nukes and intentionally exposed himself to “dangerous” levels of radiation, even ingesting allegedly toxic substances. He maintained the danger of radiation was way overblown.

      Radiation essentially just means hot. Rocks that are hot to the touch. The rest, even when technically correct, is just hand-waving.

      Roughly 15% of the sun’s output at all times is ionizing UV radiation. We are constantly exposed to it when outside. Even when cloudy.


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