The Chernobyl Nuclear Disaster: The Harrowing lies which cost the lives of hundreds.

In the early hours of April 26 1986, at a nuclear facility in Chernobyl, Ukraine, reactor number 4 exploded heaving ridiculous amounts of uranium, cesium, plutonium and tons of radioactive poisons over five kilometres into the atmosphere.  

In the weeks following the disaster, numerous journalists attempted to gain access into the area in order to provide an insight into the extent of the disaster and just how devastating it really was. Soviet powers in Moscow however, had a different agenda for the area. “Everything is fine” they would proclaim, immediately adopting a “nothing-to-see-here” attitude and attempting to downplay a nuclear disaster which is said to have released 400 times more radioactive material into the atmosphere than “Little Boy” the nuclear bomb dropped on Hiroshima in 1945.

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