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Google "China Syndrome at the WTC"116:58, 23 October 2011
Comments from feedback form - "i really dont care- at least t..."313:40, 6 September 2011

Google "China Syndrome at the WTC"

Everyone needs to learn that 9/11 was the American regime nuking its own largest city, and it created the China Syndrome which then poisoned thousands of responders and millions of NY residents.

http://www.anonymousphysicist.com/

67.61.166.93 (talk)00:40, 5 September 2011
 

Comments from feedback form - "i really dont care- at least t..."

i really dont care- at least they are alive. they have the best health insurance in america- get over it.

12.111.153.130 (talk)16:37, 4 September 2011

Get Over It? what the hell is that supposed to mean! get over yourself you selfish ass!!!

99.13.117.143 (talk)20:51, 4 September 2011

Firefighters are exposed to risks and they knew that when they applied for the job, why the big hoo-ha noise now? 156.8.251.250 (talk) 13:40, 6 September 2011 (UTC)

156.8.251.250 (talk)13:40, 6 September 2011
 

Google "radioactive mini-nuke fragments" ... China Syndrome at the WTC ... http://www.anonymousphysicist.com/

67.61.166.93 (talk)23:08, 4 September 2011