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Officials Are Never Going to Admit Fukushima Radiation Health Risks

by Melissa Melton, Truthstream Media:

When it comes to Fukushima and the potential dangers of irradiated groundwater that’s spewing out of the damaged Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant there into the Pacific Ocean at the rate of some 400 tons a day, we aren’t supposed to even ask any questions.

In the article “Officials reject concerns over 500 percent radiation increase on California beach,” Dean Peterson, county environmental health director, is quoted as saying, “It’s not something that we feel is an immediate public health concern” and “We’re not even close to the point of saying that any of this is from Fukushima,” in regard to the recent radiation spikes being measured off the coast of California.

A) Saying it isn’t an immediate public health concern is NOT the same as saying it isn’t a health concern, B) who cares about what they feel, I don’t feel like I trust that guy based on his Orwellian doublespeak response, and C) they never will be close to saying that any radiation anywhere is from Fukushima because it’s obvious by now that they will never say it, no matter what, period.

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4 comments to Officials Are Never Going to Admit Fukushima Radiation Health Risks

  • Ed_B

    One can only wonder at what the response of these US officials if it was the shuttered San Onofre nuclear power plant that was leaking and causing a 500% increase in the rad level of Southern California’s beaches. Something tells me that it would be nowhere near this laid back (unconscious or merely toeing the NWO line?). It would also be of interest to know whether or not these same officials are taking their family to the beaches and eating North Pacific seafood. THAT would tell us ALL we need to know about the situation.

  • Steelerdude

    Finally someone who has applied logic to the crap govt is throwing at us….yes, they wont tell you jack-shit what is going on.

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