Thursday, November 1, 2012

China, India. (They’re both very dangerous).

We have to be careful.

 Q. Yes way? No way?

 A. Yes way.

A few years ago when many pets died in North America because of tainted pet food to which melamine had been added and when many babies in China died because formula milk also contained melamine, I recommended people around me not to consume any food that was made in China, for the above reasons.

But the danger doesn’t stop there. On May twenty-third 2012, a container arrived, from India, in the port of Montreal and was found to be contaminated by cobalt-60. The shipment consisted of metal kitchen utensils, metal to which cobalt-60 was mixed. Is this dangerous enough for you? Yes, disgustingly dangerous. Can you imagine preparing food in your kitchen with such utensils while contaminating your whole family? Not an interesting prospect at all.

This radio-active garbage is not only found in kitchen utensils. Some shelve units, gas engines and car parts have been found to be contaminated in the past as well. Canada isn’t the only country to receive that sort of merchandise. Some of those containers have landed in Germany and the USA, as well. The nuclear age is something of the past for some countries and their nuclear garbage is now being spread around the world. Aren’t some industrials bloody nice people? So nice in fact that you’d love to invite them for supper and blow their bloody head off.

I suppose that the countries in the Americas and Western Europe are vigilant enough to test all containers for nuclear contamination and we have, in some cases, proof that they are. But what about the unfortunate people living in third-world countries whose governments don’t give a damn about this matter?

As long as there’s a buck to be made industrial rats are ready and willing to do anything in order to make it even if it means screwing up people’s health in the process. I can only recommend to be on your guards and to restrain yourself from buying products that are made in those countries. You might live longer.

What do you think?

© 2012 Jean-Paul Gosselin

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Take this with you.

Three tourists were driving through Wales. As they were approaching Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch, they started arguing about the pronunciation of the town's name. They argued back and forth until they stopped for lunch.

As they stood at the counter one asked the blonde employee, "Before we order, could you please settle an argument for us? Would you please pronounce where we are... very slowly?"

The girl leaned over the counter and said, "Burrrrrr, gerrrrrr, Kiiiiiing."

Have a swell day, stay relaxed, have a beer and don’t forget: keep smiling. Life is good. Buena la vida. La vie est belle.

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