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Nuclear Royal Commission – suggestions for the Terms of Reference to submissions@agd.sa.gov.au

suggestions for the Terms of Reference 16 Feb 2015  by Brett Burnard Stokes

 I suggest that the Commission investigate the following propositions:
 
Proposition A
That the Commission has come about because of a complex ongoing fraud, with
 
1-  false pretences including:
(a) false statements used in promotion of uranium mining
(b) false statements used in promotion of nuclear power
(c) false statements issued with the authority of Adelaide University
(d) false statements issued with the authority of the Government of South Australia
 
2- financial aspects including:
(a) theft from future generations
(b) spending of money by Government of South Australia
(c) collection of “crowd funding” by Ben Heard  
(d) manipulation of share prices in BHP Billiton and other uranium miners
(e) benefits to BHP Billiton and other uranium miners
(f) benefits to Adelaide University
(g) benefits to individuals including Barry Brook, Corey Bradshaw and Ben Heard.
(h) liability for harms caused by radioactive poisons
(i) liability for harms caused by false assurances of safety
 
3- associated malfeasance including:
(a) manufacture of radioactive poisons
(b) transport of radioactive poisons
(c) administration of radioactive poisons to children
(d) administration of radioactive poisons to pregnant women
(e) administration of radioactive poisons to future generations
(f) pollution of environment with radioactive poisons
(g) false assurances of “nuclear safety”
(h) false assurances of safety from exposure to radioactive poisons.
 
 court jester
Proposition B
That the Commission has a duty to find that 
 
1-  uranium mining is a crime against humanity.
2- the South Australia government needs to wind down and stop uranium mining activities, for both moral and financial reasons.
3- corrective actions (including criminal proceedings) need be instituted.
 
4- radioactive poisons are a real threat to life, human and dolphins especially – our young, our unborn, are particularly vulnerable to radioactive poisons.5- the Royal Commission on Nuclear needs to be wound up and replaced by a Royal Commission Into Cetacean Deaths, to include Port River Dolphins and Sperm Whales and all the recent cetacean deaths in South Australian waters.

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