Saturday, August 11, 2012

Attack on nuclear facility: by nun.

And she was successful.
As part of a protest against nuclear power, or possibly wanting to make nuclear reactive materials available to the common folk as a way to reduce global warming (see link here), they cut through three fences and posted a sign on the side of the building reading “Woe to the Nuclear Empire”.   Then they poured human blood at the site, as either some sort of symbolic ritual or possibly trying to summon Azathoth, the amorphous nuclear chaos that sits at the center of the Cthulhu Mythos

As one commenter noted:
Mia Steinle, POGO, 30 July 2012 (hat tip: Fark)
When a nuclear weapons facility can’t stop infiltration by an octogenarian nun, it’s time to reassess its security standards…
“The Department of Energy has repeatedly claimed that security at the site, which houses 300 to 400 metric tons of bomb-grade uranium, is robust enough to defend against more than a dozen heavily-armed terrorists with inside knowledge of security procedures” Peter Stockton, a nuclear security expert at the Project On Government Oversight (POGO), ironically observed.

“It looks like the Boy Scouts could have done a better job” securing the site, he added.

Why would we be surprised?  Right after the 911 attacks, we put together a huge bill to raise defenses against terrorists in the United States.  And congress insisted that the money be split evenly between the 50 states.  That’s right, no prioritization. 
Here are our intrusion experts.

I couldn’t find a good picture of our nun, Megan Rice, in garb.  But I did find this one of Megan Fox.

Megan Fox, Nun (from here)
We don't see a lot of Ms. Fox, in the picture, but I thought there might be a little resemblance between the Megans, so I looked for a comparison picture of Megan Fox, preferably holding up a banner or sign.  I couldn't find any with her holding up a sign, but I did find one with her on the sign.  She is up on the side of a building, so picture her a little older, and pouring out blood from a decanter - yes? -no? 
Megan Fox as a billboard (from here)


kymber said...

bahahahahahahah! i can't tell which is funnier - the fact that a num broke into the facility or comparison of said nun to megan fox - bahahahahahahah! good one Russell buddy!

your friend,

Degringolade said...

Megan Fox as a nun....hmmm, gotta go

russell1200 said...

K and D: It was Googles idea. I was looking for an alternate picture of Megan Rice in more formal attire, and the picture of Ms. Fox in the nun garb popped up.