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Neighbors Of U.S. Radar To Get Millions

In Politics on October 8, 2007 by Petr Bokuvka

Villages in the Czech Brdy Mountains in which a new U.S. missile defense system should be built will receive hundreds of millions thanks to which “a lot of new things” will be built [to put it simply], an interview with one of local mayors on iHNED.cz news server reads. This particular mayor [of a bigger nearby town] does not oppose the radar, unlike his colleagues, some of whom argue that the radar will cause cancer.

No it won’t, U.S. experts from the Marshall Islands argue.

The radar base is a quiet one and locals can make a use of its presence even without the funds and money they receive as a compensation. I should add: as compensation for something that will bring money and job opportunities itself. But the people who live in the villages in the Brdy Mountains do not seem to understand it. Nobody is building an air force landing strip! Many Czechs’ philosophy of life – better safe than sorry – apparently doesn’t come in appropriate times. They know they can live without the base and they refuse to even consider what they could do after the base is built. Not just with the money their municipalities receive, but also with the money they can make when the personnel moves in… 

UPDATE OCTOBER 8: According to the most recent research and on-site measurements the radar site should produce less EMR than normal cell phoes. There… 

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3 Responses to “Neighbors Of U.S. Radar To Get Millions”

  1. […] Neighbors Of U.S. Radar To Get Millions The Czech Daily Word of whom argue that the radar will cause cancer. No it won t, U.S. experts from the Marshall Islands argue . The radar base is a quiet one and locals can make a use of its presence even without […]

  2. […] Neighbors Of U.S. Radar To Get Millions The Czech Daily Word of whom argue that the radar will cause cancer. No it won t, U.S. experts from the Marshall Islands argue . The radar base is a quiet one and locals can make a use of its presence even without […]

  3. […] Bokuvka of The Czech Daily Word argues that the Brdy Mountains villagers should welcome the U.S. radar base: “They know they can […]

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