Jean-Michel Jacquemin-Raffestin

« On peut tromper tout le monde pendant un certain temps et certains pour toujours, mais on ne peut pas tromper tout le monde éternellement. » Abraham Lincoln

Ces fameux mensonges d'Etat : Tchernobyl - Чорнобиль – Chornobyl   Czarnobyla - Tschernobyl – Ciernobil – Чернобыль  –  Chernobyl

Fukushima - 福島 - Фукусима - Fukishima

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 « Une erreur n’est pas une vérité parce qu’elle est partagée par beaucoup de gens. Tout comme une vérité n’est pas fausse parce qu’elle est émise par un seul individu. » Gandhi

Please, do hide that cloud that I would not see …



Please, do hide that cloud that I would not see …

Preface Professor Dominique Belpomme


Spring 2006 brings back to our minds Chernobyl’s tragic nuclear accident (April 26, 2006) and invites the French to ask questions on the growing number of unexplained cancers that now affect more and more families. Within these two perspectives the dark radioactive cloud that once slid to France slips through, and it did not stop at the border of an ecosystem  Maginot line protecting our territory, contrary to the reason-of-State lies told at the time.

Jean-Michel Jacquemin-Raffestin is an expert in the matter, he is the author of three best-sellers on the topic and has been investigating for more than ten years on the “Chernobyl case” and its consequences in the sanitary and ecological fields that now affect our country, from the Northern haze to the Island of Beauty.

Plutonium at the gates of Paris … Caesium coating the small valleys of Alsace, the Vosges, the Corsican scrub, the true figures of the nuclear consequences, media disinformation, the disappearance of reports, falsification of commission investigations, the real consequences of air, water, fauna and flora contamination, are only a few major elements of that list – rare or new documents to back this up – established by the author of that work. Some pieces of that information presented to the Congress of Madrid in September 1986 were unable to cross the frontiers of the French media at the time.

The book is brave, thrilling and supported by rare and new documents fed with an almost complete study of the consequences of that genocide of the truth which, like a tsunami, turns the lies of the reason of State upside down, and is eager to testify in order to let democracy become a true part of information.