Apr 24 2013
Massive, uncontained leak at Fukushima is pouring over 710 billion becquerels of radioactive materials into atmosphere
Natural news via David Icke
I don’t usually bother reposting many articles that David has posted on account that most of my visitors have already been to his site by the time they get to mine… After all, I am not ITV + 1.
Never the less Fukushima is far too important to let anyone miss.
Last year I was contacted by a Japanese doctor who told me all about the horrors that were becoming apparent to him in the aftermath of the massive radiation leak. These horrors included an alarming rise in tumours and other ailments brought on by people being exposed to radiation.
The world outside of Japan knows far more than the Japanese do about Fukushima due to the Japanese government censoring the news to stop wide spread panic.
By rights Japan should have been evacuated and left as a nuclear wasteland, but obviously that wasn’t practical.
Therefore, when Radiation levels across Japan rose above what was considered safe, the Japanese authorities simply changed the bench mark.
I have many articles related to Fukushima on this site, many of which you will find in the health section although I believe the article I wrote based on what the doctor told me is in the ‘Written by me’ section.
Course, the reason for the lack of news is because it is not just Japan that is affected. Many Scientists are saying that Fukushima is the biggest threat to mankind to date…. And that my friends, is not MSM propaganda.
This is all planned – see Remember Who You Are and Wembley presentation.
‘The tsunami-caused nuclear accident at the Fukushima power station in Japan is the disaster that never ends, as new reports indicate that a wealth of new radioactive materials have been spewed into the atmosphere.
According to Singapore-based news outlet AsiaOne, the Tokyo Electric Power Co., which owns the multi-nuclear reactor power station at Fukushima, announced April 6 that some 120 tons of water that had been contaminated with radioactive substances had leaked from an underground storage facility at the No. 1 atomic power plant site.’