RIO OLYMPICS: Zika, Common Crime, Dirty Water, Now ISIS Nukes–Should the Competition be Canceled?

Screen Shot 2016-07-31 at 10.19.39 AMIt seems that Brazil probably wasn’t the best choice for hosting the Olympics this year. With the zika virus, the insane amount of crime and poor quality of drinking water… that would be enough to say ‘no thanks’. Now, they’ve got to deal with ISIS and dirty bombs too.

EXPERTS from the United Nations have sent state-of-the art detection equipment to Brazil over fears suicidal terror nuts will target the Olympics with a devastating ‘dirty bomb’.

The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has loaned hi-tech radiation monitors – including personal detectors and portable scanners – for use on the ground throughout the Games.

Brazil’s anti-terror chief has already admitted there is a ‘credible threat’ ISIS will target Rio next month and said ‘numerous measures’ are being taken to prevent any attack.

Counter terrorism director Luiz Alberto Sallaberry said the threat had increased dramatically in recent months due to attacks across Europe.

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He also pointed to a rise in what he described as the number of Brazilian nationals suspected of sympathising with ISIS militants.

The ‘dirty bomb’ fears increased following the attacks in Brussels amid claims the brothers at the heart of the plot had tried to obtain nuclear materials so they could build their own bomb.

A dirty bomb or radiological dispersal device (RDD) is a weapon that combines radioactive material with conventional explosives.

It can be easily assembled and prove extremely devastating.

The purpose of the weapon is to contaminate the area around the explosion with radioactive material.


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