Hundreds of Russian Soldiers Suffering From Acute Radiation Poisoning Due to Acute Radiation Poisoning
"Belarus TV: Seven medical busses with people inside arrived at 12:20 pm to Homel, Belarus, to the Center of radiology medicine. They regularly bring Russian soldiers there"
April 1, 2022
Seven busses packed with Russian soldiers suffering from Acute Radiation Syndrome arrived to #Belarus from the #Ukrainian #Chernobyl exclusion zone. Source: member of public council of state #Ukraine agency of exclusion zone, according to Ukrainian journalist Yaroslav Yemelianenko via Unian news agency. He resides in Belarus.
Yemelyanenko on his Facebook quoting Belarus TV: "Seven medical busses with people inside arrived at 12:20 pm to Homel, Belarus, to the Center of radiology medicine. They regularly bring Russian soldiers there."
The Chernobyl nuclear disaster occurred in 1986. The radio active dust produced by the meltdown and fire has long since settled. So how did the exposure occur? One explanation is that the Russian soldiers were directed by their officers, to dig trenches within the radioactive exclusion zone. Another explanation is that many of them believed history's most famous radioactive meltdown, was simply Western disinformation. It never happened, so why worry about it?
From https://www.facebook.com/yaroslav.chernobyltour: Another batch of radiation irradiation of Russian terrorists who captured the Chernobyl zone, was brought to the Belarusian center of radiation medicine in Gomel today.
Digging the trenches in the Rudu forest, bitches? Now live the rest of your short life with this.
There are rules of handling this territory. They are mandatory to perform because radiation is physics - it works regardless of status or chases. If you have minimal intelligence in command or soldiers, these consequences could have been avoided. The land of the monkeys.
From the Belarusian channel:
"12:20 Gomel, about 7 medical PAZs arrived at the Republican Scientific and Practical Center for Radiation Medicine and Human Ecology. The photo shows that people are visible in cars. Let's note that Russian soldiers are brought to this center on a regular basis"