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Arranging the Deck Chairs While Death Comes from Japan

FukushimaEveryone has issues. I have issues. People can find a million reasons to be dissatisfied with the government.  This is a good thing. Still, the people that believe they have the answer to everything that is going on should take their focus off of the shenanigans that the government is pulling on the people and focus on something that is happening now. Something that will eventually kill everyone that is living on the northern hemisphere of this planet.  

I'm talking about Fukushima. I'm talking about Cesium 137, a radioactive isotope pouring into the pacific:

"Radioactive water from Fukushima Is Systematically Poisoning The Entire Pacific Ocean” (*), which claimed that every day and for 750 days (now over 800) tons of toxic materials have been pouring into the Pacific Ocean"

Fukushima continues to leak, and leak at ever increasing rates and the latest prediction is that this contamination will continue until 2015, at the earliest. Until then, will the Pacific Ocean be poisoned beyond repair (if this has not happened already)? 

That little tidbit was from Global Research. I'm sure they are just trying to scare us, right? I mean how can a little radioactive water do any damage?

Let me tell you a little about ionized radiation. I worked on a missile site that had radars for the fire control section I worked with. I went up to those radars and opened the back of those radars to make adjustments every day. Green hazy magnetrons would glow while I worked. Little did I know that ionized radiation from those radars would cause cancer in me 20 years later. I lost part of my tongue, some of my gums and the floor of my mouth to squamous cell cancer. I found out that there were many people that worked on those radars that developed cancer.

I found this information from a Turkish national that had worked on the same system I worked on. Turkey was one of the last countries that used this air defense system. He steered me straight to the Lawyers that brought the suit against the manufacturers that built the system. We won the suit. That is all I can tell you due to a non-discloser statement I had to sign.

So serving in the Army gave me cancer. I know about radioactive isotopes and it is not a pleasant thing to go through. I can only thank my surgeon who after two operations, saved my life.

Today is my 63rd birthday. I have three Grandchildren and some Nephews and Nieces. The situation for me is this, by the time the radiation from Fukushima reaches me, it will take some time to affect my wife and me. My Grandchildren and other young people will not be so lucky. Already on the West Coast the milk is radioactive. It is below the "safety threshold" right now so you don't really hear about it. Still, the plume from the contaminated reactors is still pouring out and I'm sure that the Geiger counter will show a rise in contamination as the months go by.

The problem here is that the entire Northern Hemisphere is being poisoned by the radiation coming from Japan. It is already showing up in Alaska fisheries. According to Global Research:

More than a year ago, 15 out of 15 Bluefin tuna tested in California waters were contaminated with radioactive cesium from Fukushima.

Bluefin tuna are a wide-ranging fish, which can swim back and forth between Japan and North America in a year.

But what about other types of fish?

Sockeye salmon also have a range spanning all of the way from Japan to Alaska, Canada, Washington and Oregon:

We all know too much exposure to nuclear waste can cause cancer. And many understand that certain chemicals, such as cesium-137 and strontium-9, contained in said waste products can accumulate in fish by being deposited in bones and muscle permanently.

We are concerned our Alaska salmon are being slowly tainted with nuclear waste. We are worried about the impact this waste could have on our resources, and especially the people who consume them.

This all brings us to the most urgent question. A question that should be in the minds of everyone that gives a damn about their children and grandchildren and if you are under 50 years old you also should worry about your own health. So the question is, what are our government and Canada's government doing about the radiation that Japan has loosed upon us all?

TEPCO can't contain it and the Japanese Government that has stepped in can't seem to be able to contain it either. I want to know, where is the rest of the World while the entire Northern Hemisphere is being destroyed by radiation? Why isn't this problem being reported by the mainstream media? Why hasn't this "exceptional" nation stepped in to help the Japanese from destroying the planet courtesy of General Electric? GE has seemingly found a gift that keeps on giving, death by thyroid cancer and other cancers that will eventually kill every living person and every animal that lives in the Northern Hemisphere.

I'm not kidding here. I have a good insight into ionized radiation. It's not something you want to fool around with. While everyone screams and yells about the crappy healthcare system that is based on corporate ideology, farming people into insurance companies that will eat people alive, we ignore the real threat to our existence. I mean WTF?

People better start screaming about this radiation being leaked into the Pacific. Forget about the bullshit the media is spinning as news. The real news is that something is coming our way that will kill all of us.

Yes, it's my birthday so I took some liberties with my own views on this subject. Still, I'm not kidding around. These people are going to kill us, one way or another. Meanwhile the nuclear energy companies are touting the "benefits" of nuclear power. Is everyone crazy?

Here are some links you can go to so that you can read about this on your own:


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