“Japan is lying to the world about what is going on. It is now illegal to say anything about Fukushima in Japan.”
Illegal to report on Fukushima? That in itself is a massive RED FLAG
Fukushima will likely go down in history as the biggest cover-up of the 21st Century. Governments and corporations are not leveling with citizens about the risks and dangers; similarly, truth itself, as an ethical standard, is at risk of going to shambles as the glue that holds together the trust and belief in society’s institutions. Ultimately, this is an example of how societies fail
Dr. Caldicott ended her speech on Sept. 2014 by saying: “In Fukushima, it is not over. Everyday, four hundred tons of highly radioactive water pours into the Pacific and heads towards the U.S. Because the radiation accumulates in fish, we get that too. The U.S. government is not testing the water, not testing the fish, and not testing the ambient air. Also, people in Japan are eating radiation every day.”
Note: There was concern about Ebola spreading beyond West Africa, what about radiated Japanese foods and products. Would criminals export contaminated cars, electronics and components?
W.H.O. seems very quiet on Fukishima but MERS in South Korea?
NUCLEAR JAPAN is a documentary film directed by a 70-year-old lawyer with remarkable record of winning very high-profile cases who elucidates the controversial issue of nuclear power industry in Japan.
On March 11th, 2011, a massive earthquake hit East Japan, which caused a catastrophic accident in Tokyo Electric Fukushima No.1 nuclear power plant. Radioactive materials were released from its four nuclear reactors, and they have contaminated the people’s land as well as ocean. Today, the effort to clean up the radioactive materials is still ongoing, only too little effect.
Note: Related to Ebola, vaccines and GMO insofar as we see another industry that puts profits before human or societal concerns. Sociopathy as proven time and time again by Pharma/Biotech!
Brings to mind the Native American Indian saying…
When the last tree has been cut down, the last fish caught, the last river poisoned, only then will we realize that one cannot eat money.
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