CEO: Fukushima is very bad, we have a crew in Japan right now; Reports coming out that gov’t covered it up… food around whole region got irradiated, increased problems for people in Tokyo — Host: Really scares me I don’t hear anyone discussing how to stop it (VIDEO)

Published: January 4th, 2014 at 11:43 pm ET


*NSFW* Joe Rogan Experience, Dec. 18, 2013 (at 1:59:30 in):

Joe Rogan, host: How bad is Fukushima?

Shane Smith, journalist and CEO of VICE (Forbes: ‘One to Watch’ on Forbes 400 list. Est. Net Worth: $400 million): Bad, very bad. […] If you look at Fukushima, it’s a perfect example of the problem with nuclear power. […] The levels of radiation have not f****** gone down. We have a crew there shooting right now. The levels of radiation in the area are through the f****** roof. […]

Rogan: I did see a piece on the fish — on tuna’s being 3% [actually around 1,000%, see below] more irradiated than before¹. That’s a big number, 3% after a couple years when you’re dealing with something that’s going to be radiating the ocean for hundreds of thousands of years if it’s still leaking. […]

Smith: There’s a lot of stories now coming out that the Japanese government kept it under wraps, didn’t want to tell anybody. The food around the whole region was irradiated. People in Tokyo were showing increased signs, etc. etc. It’s going to be bad for quite some time. What do you expect?

Rogan: And how the f*** are they ever going to stop it? […] Are they still leaving it up to Japan? […] It’s just unbelievably incredible that they never thought that it would be able to get shut off — that they just built this crazy power plant with no ability to cool it down. […] What really scares me is I don’t think I’ve heard one person come up with any way that makes sense as to how to contain it. Not just hot to contain it, but how to stop it, how to clean the area up — It’s almost just not even discussed. How the f*** do they clean that? […]

Eddie Huang, chef, restaurant owner, TV host: I’m guessing they can’t — that’s why they don’t talk about it.

¹It’s about 1,000% higher,  not 3% — Fox News, AP: “The levels of radioactive cesium were 10 times higher than the amount measured in tuna off the California coast in previous years.” The ‘3%’ figure came from people comparing this nuclear waste (e.g. cesium-134, -137) to the natural background radiation levels (e.g. potassium-40) in the fish. This comparison is rejected by pro-nuclear scientists, and has been labelled ‘propaganda’.

Watch the full interview here (at 1:59:30 in)

Published: January 4th, 2014 at 11:43 pm ET


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  • westpac99

    How refreshing someone is finally saying the way it really is. Were tired of listening to all the lies from the Japan Government and Tepco. Now if only we can get the US Government to help out with the think tank and come up with some viable solutions. Hope it isn't too late. This is an absolute nightmare, and nearly 3 years later, someone finally has the balls to speak out. I feel sad for humanity but more for the general public of Japan who have had been in the dark from the begining. The truth will come out and hope the politians and decision makers at Tepco hang in public for not looking out for the very people they are supposed to protect…..

    • Gradius

      There is NO real solution. Look at Chernobyl, the problem continues just like it a day after the explosion in 1986. The TRUE is a pain, but it needs to be told.

      • bf9 Fitz

        I still think we have a chance, but the actual facts need to come out. In desperate situations, humans have accomplished some pretty crazy things before. All nuke plants need to go, we need to attack this thing, and we gotta use the rest of our resources to try either "engineer" bio-resistance to radiation or some other way or angle to live with it. Time to throw the 'hail-mary'. It's pretty clear that this is no longer a money issue if "they" even want to live too.

        • We Not They Finally

          Problem is, "hail mary" means that there is a visible set goal line. Here we have silent, invisible destruction spreading everywhere, and for humans especially, we do not even see the open effects right away — sometimes years later.

          What I've always wanted to see is huge teach-ins, educating about both radiation and immune system protection. Otherwise we just get picked off one by one, sort of like a negative Lotto.

          • rakingmuck

            Bill Maher is the Executive Producer of the TV show Vice (it is a great show if you have not seen it). He has tried before to cover Fukushima on REAL TIME WITH BILL MAHER and got a nuclear shill. Now that he has real facts this will be covered and that is a big break through for MSM.

            • hogy

              "Now that he has real facts this will be covered…"
              How do you know it will be covered? via pie in sky thinking? Or do you know Maher personally?

            • starz starz

              To his credit, Bill Maher recently asked viewers why Fuku
              isn't front page news every day…

              Let's he stays on it. He has a large audience and can get a lot of people questioning the banana heads.

        • James Tekton James Tekton

          Fitz sed:

          "It's pretty clear that this is no longer a money issue if "they" even want to live too."

          Howdy-hey Fits!

          You are a winner here. Key words, "They" live.

          Did you know that the reptile species has a greater resistance to radiation, than do humans? Not that much, but they would be among the last to die in this coming Extinction Level Event that "they" have purposely planned and perfectly executed. The slow kill of the human species is what is happening, and the people of the world are starting to awaken to this truth. There is still so much suffering to come, and even worse, the PANIC!

          All this was stated here almost three years ago. If "they" wanted to stop this, it would have been done by now. The danged sad truth of it all is, the fukushima Extinction Level Event is to horrible and horrendous to stop.


          Darn, the caps-lock got stuck. Chuck!

        • The nature of the damage ionizing radiation does to biological tissues is impossible to 'engineer' our way out of. When you knock electrons out of orbit, destroy entire atoms and molecules and cells with powerful internal 'blasts', the only thing that can mitigate the damage is a body's personal ability to repair and replace as quickly as the damage is being done.

          Some people have much more robust repair and replace abilities than others, but in the end some of it's going to escape the process. If that includes a cell with damaged DNA, it may turn cancerous rather than self destruct. By the time the cancer is 'big' enough to be diagnosed, the person is in real trouble. So we blast 'em with fatal doses of more radiation and then feed 'em full of deadly toxins hoping to kill the cancer before we kill the patient. Sometimes that seems to work, but it's questionable that any real time has been extended, or quality of life improved. Someday they're gonna look back on medicine in these times as positively barbaric…

      • dosdos dosdos

        He's right. It can't be cleaned up, but it can certainly be handled much better.

        Go about a mile upstream from the plant, well before the groundwater reaches the high contamination area, and sink water wells to divert water around the site. 1000 cubic meters isn't that much water to pump out in a day.

        Get a few super tankers and move the contaminated water off site, away from the earthquake zones, where it can be processed.

        Stop telling people that they have to move back home, and pay them for their radiated property.

        Start telling the people the truth.

        Call a new election and get those rotten bozos out of office.

        • rakingmuck

          Here is some good news. The MSM is FINALLY breaking stories however late. The TV series VICE is produced by Bill Maher. I have been tweeting to him constantly to cover Fukushima correctly. Now he will. Count on it.

      • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar anne

        Look at Rocky Flats. Still as much plutonium in the soil as before the clean up. Look at Hanford. Look at Los Alamos. No way to clean it up. When the EPA stops publicizing the amount of their radiation readings that only tells it that the radiation levels are off the charts. The US just fired the number of clean up workers all around the nation. There is no way to get rid of radioactive pollution. They have to stop mining uranium and thorium and any radioactive substance.

        Why are they doing more studies of the results of ingesting radionuclides? They already know what happens. Are they just planning false studies to try to prove that it is safe to ingest radionuclides? They have already done the studies in the past. They have to stop killing people. Serial killers have to be put in jail.

        • moonshellblue moonshellblue

          Anne wonder if you still have the post concerning underground explosions detected by the Russian Red Barron Fleet on December 31as it was during the period of a so called hoax but what I've read appears to be accurate and not surprising as my spouse and I recall folks in Japan stating that earthquakes felt different like explosions underground. Thus I apologize as I bought into the hoax. Thanks in advance.

          • zogerke zogerke

            i wonder too….it is so difficult for everyone to get clear info and we just do not know, we piece together the truth like those blind men touching the elephant….i am always looking to discard exaggerations or crazy reports because the truth is so bad by itself why make it worse?…yet the truth keeps ending up Really that bad after all…what this loose community of posters shares is a deep desire for the truth to come out…..

          • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar anne

            This is the original and then it was copied over and over again in other publications:


            Was this disinformation? I don't know. The situation is so terrible I'm not sure it really matters.

            • moonshellblue moonshellblue

              Thanks Anne I find it interesting as this occurred during the time people were claiming explosions were a hoax but it makes sense as I remember Japanese stating that earthquakes felt different like underground explosions a few years ago thus it does not come as a shock to me but when you consider the downplay concerning this issue during this event and the increase of Rads on the west coast and the steam emanating it seems to be valid and yes this disaster is horrendous enough but I do wish our government was more forthcoming as they must know this is occurring and not informing the public but having lived through TMI I'm well aware of their program and lack of action. Thanks again for the link

              • PurpleRain PurpleRain

                Thank you from me too. It was interesting to re-read..esp as they try to convince us that the new steam-like releases have been happening all along while those of us who watch the Tepco vids haven't noticed them before!~

      • Gasser Gasser

        Moody Blues

        "I Know You're Out There Somewhere"

        Go here first before you read this sing say


        I know Diichie Bucky Ball's are out there somewhere

        Somewhere, somewhere

        I know they'll contaminate us somehow

        Somehow, somehow

        And somehow the'll return again to us.

        The Actinide mist is difting slowly

        I can see the plume way ahead

        And left behind the empty streets

        That once inspired my life.

And the strength of our enenews emotion's

        Is like thunder in the cyber air
        Cos the false promise that NRC made to the world

        Haunts us to the end.

        I know Radiations out there somewhere

        Somewhere, somewhere

        I know Isotopes are out there somewhere

        Somewhere you can hear our concerned voice’s.

I know you'll contaminate us somehow

        Somehow, somehow

        I know we'll inhale Plutonium somehow

        And somehow It'll return again to us.

        The secret of Diichi's ugly Atomic beauty

        And the mortality of our souls

        I've been searching for truth in everyone I meet

        And at the times I've been Shill mislead.

It's impossible to say

        As the mutated grass is growing

        Underneath our feet

        I know the plume is out there somewhere

        Somewhere, somewhere.


        • Gasser Gasser


I know Cesiums out there somewhere

          Somewhere you can hear our protest voice's

          I know Americium will find us somehow

          Somehow, somehow.

I know It'll find us some place

          And somehow It'll return again to us
          From the Nuclear warnings that I remember
From my childhood still are true.

That there's sheeple so blind

          As those Pro Nukes who will not see
And to those pussies who lack the courage
And say it's not dangerous to try.

Well they just don't F—ing know
That false eternal love will be denied
          I know radiation's out there somewhere

          Somewhere, somewhere.

I know you're out there somewhere
Somewhere you can hear our pissed off voice’s
I know you'll find our lungs somehow

          Somehow, somehow.

I know Tritium will find us somehow

          And somehow It'll return to us again
          Yes I know it's going to happen

          I can see Gamma ray's getting near.

And soon we'll be all frying
To the spewing fountain of Fukushima's meltdown
And if you wake up delirious wondering

          In the darkness Plutonium will be there.

Our hands will close around Geiger counter's

          That falsely protect us without truth
          I know Cesium out there somewhere

          Somewhere, somewhere.

I know Plutonium's out there somewhere
Somewhere you can hear enenews voice's

          I know we'll find you somehow

          Somehow, somehow

I know we'll educate everyone somehow

          And somehow we'll post to you to the bitter end

          ~Gasser Classic~

    • True. There will be no solution without the People.

      For those wanting to make a difference in their communities, post please

      Japan Radiation Memo to All Citizens PDF

      Japan Radiation Memo in JPEG (for social media upload)

      Vital1's Radiation Memo to Parents

      email for template to add your own info

      for those landing new, who have children and other loved ones

      together, We'll find something to do. Tell the People

      • sayonara kitty sayonara kitty

        thanks for posting those pdf's chemfood. while surfing between netc and enenews all morning yesterday, i finally got so pissed when san diego reached 487 CPM's that i made copies and leashed up the dog. we taped them to electrical boxes at intersections, the drive thru post office box at the PO. the library, the water machine outside the vons and various street lights. i see now were at 506 here today. just woke up the dog. ps i wear a vest that i quilted a fukushima protest sign on the back of while walking :p

        • Thanks, kitty! With all deference, these days it takes a lot of courage simply to take walks around the blocks (I've posted to social media this past week due to high winds in our area, finding many dead and outdated forums about Fukushima. I know many folks still find those threads, so posting this information there is imperative). Our emotions are important motivators. May our hearts guide.

          Today, back to the church circuit. Most seem receptive. Tomorrow the state college opens back up…43 bulletin boards ready and waiting. Making a list of local day cares. So many places to post. It's also Playoff games today in the USA. Plenty of sports bars around here with places to post over a friendly beer.

          Howdy, People. Where will you post?

          P.S. Go Saints! (and 49ers….

          • Au Au

            A friend of mine took flyers I constructed and has been putting them in every bag that goes out of the health food store for months.

            Next comes your wonderful print out. Coffee shops, bulletin boards….ahh so many cork boards. Everywhere. First this town and then the next.

            Can't stop the truth.

        • wa6smn wa6smn

          I shared the netc map with a bright young lady at El Cajon Harley yesterday. Last night I visited my neighbors in Clairemont as they prepped for their daughter's 3rd birthday today. The high CPM in San Diego is now eclipsing what we have at my home in Pocatello. No real refuge seems possible from the Cs137 bath.

        • PurpleRain PurpleRain

          I would love to see a picture or photo of the protest vest that you made for the dog!

    • Except that it's NOT just japan it's Pacific West Coast…we are being fried…and they aren't talking about it for economic and also liability reasons and to not have panic. Having managed major construction and living on the very edge ie. 2 blks from Pacific Ocean in Carmel by the Sea…I can see all the dimensions…the only way for it to be worse faster and more dramatically is if an earthquake causes #4 to melt-down. But the way they are lying and obscuring, who knows how much we would be told about that.

      • James Tekton James Tekton

        1CC said:

        "and they aren't talking about it for economic and also liability reasons and to not have panic."


        Can you just imagine the impact on the japaneses/rothschild stock market and then the rest of the money scambag bankster operations of the money gods IF it was suddenly reported that the State of California filed a Class Action Law Suit in the name of the entire states human population against Tepco and the country of japan for destroying the futures of so many millions of people and their children? Gotta be some commercial code violated in here somewhere.

        And then, what will happen when other states of the whole mid-west race to follow suit, especially Colorado because it is the highest most radioactive state in the country, and continually catching the most radiation the nation?

        Coming to a theater near you soon. The only thing about this coming shock is, it will come sooner than the babylonians wanted it to happen, and of course, there will not be any judges left alive to determine who is at fault and "LIABIL" in five years when it finally gets to a court. It will all have crashed down for many other reasons also, and most people will be long dead…

        Coming to a theater near you SOON!

        • Should we worry that the new fascist Minister responsible for decomissioning Fukushima is a senior member of a japanese doomesday cult?

          • rakingmuck

            Yes. Many people believe that Japan will go death by Kamikaze rather than admit failure. I am not seeing any actions by PM Abe that refute this theory.

            • Phil Shiffley Phil Shiffley

              I remember watching video of tens of thousands of people protesting in Tokyo and other locations in Japan. We should acknowledge that despite the black out leadership demanded, we have seen plenty of proof many Japanese are frustrated and scared and risking what security they currently have to get info out.

          • name999 name999

            …have been reading through your writings…wow. Credible and incredible at the same time. Really helps in making sense of what is happening.

            Fascists don't process information as true or untrue, just what serves them and what

            Thanks for sharing this information.

        • Ontological Ontological

          Denver, and the state of Colorado have Granit mountains. Granit is natural scintillation source.* Feldspar (50% or greater)
          * Quartz (25-40%) * Mica (3-10%) these ingredients in the rock are non toxic, and the radiation is scintillation. So adding toxic radiation from atmospheric source materials also in the environment and you have a consistently high background, but not all of the readings in Denver and all of Colorado, & Albuquerque too is from atmospheric sources. Some of the New Mexico's rads are from testing the first nuclear bombs, and labs that refined weapons grade uranium.

          • harengus_acidophilus


            "and the radiation is scintillation"

            Scintillation is an effect of radiation in some materials.

            Nice try …


            • Ontological Ontological


              • Ontological Ontological

                forgive me master for I was beaten up by a skull cancer robot.

              • Ontological Ontological

                like detection chambers.

                • harengus_acidophilus


                  There is a difference between cause and effect.
                  Radiation causes (sometimes) the effect of scintillation.

                  Don't play "quid pro quo"!


                  • Ontological Ontological

                    I meant that the higher radiation counts is not from toxic plutonium dust etc. in the air, Denver's natural background is high because it is occurring from the combination of materials in the local mountain rocks.
                    I am not debunking atmospheric contamination. END.

                    • harengus_acidophilus

                      Interesting example of a misunderstanding.

                      You: "and the radiation is scintillation"

                      This is scientific nonsense.
                      I've had told you, scintillation is an effect, not a cause, just to clarify the terms.

                      And now you:
                      "I am not debunking atmospheric contamination."

                      Topic mismatch.

                      My message was: scintillation is an effect and not a kind of radiation.


                    • harengus_acidophilus


                      Some of the visitors of this site will have their "nuclear knownledge 101". A good reason to be very precise with your choosen words.


                    • norbu norbu

                      Ontological, harengus_acidophilus, I looked at charts for Denver Colorado from the past on, I know that fukushima is bad, really bad, ELE, However I found that it was high in Denver before fuku 3-11-11. Jan 8, 2011 4:55 pm 391cpm. The chart only covers that far.

          • rakingmuck

            Thank you so much. I have finally accepted that I have to move from the west coast and have decided to move to Denver where I have friends and family.

      • unincredulous unincredulous

        "NOT just japan it's Pacific West Coast"

        It's not just that, it's the whole planet. And we only have this one.

        That is why gallows humor is certainly appropriate. It's not a distraction. It's a coping mechanism.

        It's like in that "Pirates of the Caribbean" movie. Everyone starts to sing the pirate's song. It's for moral.

        Those that want to stick to science and math and reasoning for a possible solution are welcome to have at it. They will have a background noise of hopefully laughter instead of weeping. Weeping, too, may help some think better. Never worked for me.

        As for my daily science thought, Is there some technology out there that could just turn one square mile into a cement-like rigid mass a mile deep?. Epoxy seems to be good stuff. Do they make atomic glue?

      • StPaulScout StPaulScout

        1CC – I find it odd they keep it quiet now, once the effects become overwhelmingly obvious, panic WILL happen. And people will want their 'pound of flesh' from everyone that lied to them.

    • StPaulScout StPaulScout

      Go watch the videos of number 3 exploding. Death won, humans lost…

    • SeanCeltiad

      January 5, 2014 at 10:52 pm · Reply
      I don't see why when there is a whole ocean at this reactors site, that we can't come up with a way to pump as much water in as possible to stop the fire and then, well let's face it folks, the only other example to follow is Chernobyl and pile in as much sand, which just got melted into glass and tons of concrete. Also why can't we try to do what they do when they have to pour support pilings for bridges down to the ocean floor to at least create as big of a crescent shaped damn to at least contain some of the water that's contaminated from just flowing out with out some kind of treatment.

  • Gasser Gasser

    The Eagles: Hotel California


    On a dark desert highway, cool wind in my hair
Warm smell of metallic, rising up through the air 

    Up ahead in the distance, I saw a skyshine light
My head grew heavy and my sight grew dim.

I had to stop from fright 

    There I stood in the highway;
I heard the Nuclear warning bell

    And I was thinking to myself,
'This ain't no longer Heaven it’s going to be Hell'

Then the plume lit up like a Nuclear candle showing me the bright of day 

    There were voices down the enenews corridor,
I thought I heard them say…

    Welcome to the Hotel Fukushima 

    Such a dangerous place 

    Such a ugly waste.

Plenty of Radioactivity at the Hotel Fukushima
Any time of year, you can find it here.

    They're mind is greedy-twisted, they all got Mercedes bends
They all got a lot of pretty, pretty toys, as they're safety pretends.

How they fear in the control room, in paranoid sweat. 

    Some failed to remember, some do drugs to forget.

    So I called up the Captain,
'Please bring me my dosimeter time' 

    He said,
    'We haven't had that high count here since nineteen sixty nine'


    • Gasser Gasser


And still those enenews posters from far away, 

      Wake you up in the middle of the night 
Just to hear them say…

      Welcome to the Hotel Fukushima
      Such a poisoned place
Such an ugly waste 

      They're all dying up at the Hotel Fukushima
What a contamination surprise, bring your TepCo alibis

      Smoke and mirrors used for Nuclear dealing, 

      The champagne fizzing becquerels behind a wall of ice

And they said
      'We are all just prisoners here, of Yakuza's device'

And in the reactors chambers, 

      They gathered to stop the radiation released

      They stab at it with their homeless worker's lives, 

      But they just can't kill the Nuclear beast.

      Last thing I remember, they was
      Running for the door

      Trying to find the passage back 

      To the place it was before.

      'Relax,' said Abe the Japanese man

      We are programmed to bow and leave.
You can checkout any time you like, 
but radiation in you can never leave!

      ~Gasser Classic~

    • wxman2001

      A beautiful world, if we only see
      full of life and grace, bird and bee
      majestic Eagle, sly fox, and towering tree
      all dancing a cosmic tango for us to see.

      Golden shafts of warm sun light
      spin lazy motes of fine grain dust.
      pine scented air, creek flashing bright
      I spin my lure, hoping it won't be a bust.

      Snap! Jump, arcing silver in the sun
      I reel it in, rod bending with strain.
      Sun is setting, the day nearly done
      inspect my dinner, hands aching with pain.

      Only 4 bequerels…what a catch!
      A few blemishes, not too dire
      You must always take care to watch
      what you eat post-Fukushima fire

  • Gradius

    "but how to stop it"… You CAN NOT stop it!

    Or wait ONE BILLION YEAR to try it. However, Earth has not that much time left. Super vulcan Yellowstone will trigger much sooner.

    We are done for. Do we ever have 30 years? I still believe we don't have 20 years ahead.

    • newsblackoutUSA newsblackoutUSA

      I agree Gradius…how much time do we have? If we look at what happened in the Ukraine our future is bleak. If anyone here has not read the book "deadly Deceit" I highly suggest it as many thousands of people died in the USA in the years following Chernobyl. It was written by a statistician post Chernobyl. Taking into account that disaster was handled expediently, and it was further away does not bode well for the Northern Hemisphere post Fukushima.

    • We Not They Finally

      I agree Gradius…There is very little time.Please if you can keep your sense of irony and humour.Dont forget to laugh along with cry.Its all a fools mission and a greedy bugger issue.We are witnessing the end of all life on this planet no doubt similar to Mars fate.Before long our atmosphere will become once more methane.The elite will either leave and go off Planet never to return or go hide deep in the earth.So much for the elite.

  • Ontological Ontological

    Ok so last week they tell us what should have been reported in WEEK 3, ok so this should have been out April of 2011. Were being spoon fed a spin of one week/year of honest news.
    A "this shit just got real" attitude applies, now, increased hits on ENE news, glad to hear it. Need more exposure to this situation, so educate, share links to ENENEWS reports. Flash mob this stuff on your phones. Get the truth out to those you care about, so they can be prepared.

    • Should we also worry the new fascist Minister responsible for decomissioning Fukushima is a senior member of a Japanese doomesday cult. Fukushima and the Minister of Human Extinction:

      • unincredulous unincredulous

        Now that makes some sense. I have been amazed at how this nuclear accident seems to be almost engineered, planned. I mean, what a total "cock up" it is. I have said here before that they could not have screwed up better if they had planned to. From that article it would seem that it could actually be planned. Have done no research on the accuracy of the article, and probably won't. Too busy sitting here watching the wheels go round, as John Lennon would say.

        • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar anne

          I don't think it is planned. I think that brains were fried by radiation creation over the last 70 years. And brains being fried by the use of psychedelic drugs. They were testing atomic bombs in Japan even before 1945. Use of nuclear technology is not based on looking at the consequences of the future. There were warnings of what would happen. But humans are very good at not looking at the consequences of one's actions. A doomsday cult is just a human rationalization of the bad choices being made daily. It is a matter of living in the adrenaline rush of risk taking of the present moment and ignoring the future. To blame one's actions on an outside supernatural force is extremely juvenile.

          And the myths: 3 meltdowns. When there are almost certainly many more meltdowns than that.

          • Shaker1

            anne, I don't believe it was planned either. But personally, I put the blame squarely upon the natural impetus of patriarchal cultural myth that's been sold now for millenia. At its basic core is a lack of respect and belief in saviors, be they individuals or some scientific scheme. For us now in our cultural settings, the hero-myth can't possibly allow the hero's inherent tragedy to be shown for its truth. Here's the truth, right?

          • zogerke zogerke

            with no desire to 'hurt the feelings of' those who honestly believe that culturally traditional people who speak japanese deeply conspire with other doomsday-ers who speak hebrew to manifest the end of the world…the use of those traditional hebrew words in the middle of that doomsday cult article points me in the direction of the whole thing being a false flag…and, methinks…yet another distraction attempt.

            • name999 name999

              I didn't read the information as being the whole of Japanese culture, but as an elite
              cult that has insane beliefs and inroads to wealth and power. I see that here in America also.

            • Those Hebrew words are there because in my article you would have read how the cults guru was a high ranking militarist. At Japanese military schools in the 30s and 40s students studied and believed the notorious manuscript the protocols of Zion which is a supposed Jewish blueprint for global domination which follows after a global Armageddon. The Japanese military at that time ran with the plot and the cult still runs with it. If you follow some of the links in my articles you will see how my articles on this matter were written over ten years ago. Also do your own internet searches on the characters including me, or topics you don't believe. You will be suprired/shocked at what you will find. This whole thing has been in the making for ages and I have been writing it up online for over 15 years. Some suggested key words: banjawarn bright skies, mahikari and aum, shintaro ishihara aum, nobutero ishihara sukyo mahikari, Cheers

  • dukie

    Crapping in our messkit a worldwide phenom:

    "Mercury wafting out of oilsands operations is impacting an area – or
    “bull’s-eye” — that extends for about 19,000 square kilometres in
    northeast Alberta, according to federal scientists.

    Levels of the potent neurotoxin found near the massive industrial
    operation have been found to be up to 16 times higher than “background”
    levels for the region, says Environment Canada researcher Jane Kirk, who
    recently reported the findings at an international toxicology conference.

    Mercury can bioaccumulate in living creatures and chronic exposure can
    cause brain damage. It is such a concern that Environment Minister Leona
    Aglukkaq signed an international treaty in October pledging Canada to
    further reduce releases to the environment."

    • unincredulous unincredulous

      Yeah, if this destructive pollution, that mankind makes, is the product of life; there is a hell of a lot of evidence for the existence of life on other planets. It looks to me like life has been ubiquitous on all planets, and moons that we have studied.

    • gottagetoffthegrid

      And don't even look at the Hg levels from all the coal we burn. All the lakes and rivers within 200 miles of the plants in Alberta are under a mercury health advisory limiting consumption.

      We're#1 at polluting. Yahoo. Sigh…

  • current article with third most views. 10-17-2013

    People may become quickly concerned about food. For good reason. Who has the food pact between Ms.Clinton and Japan again please? TY

  • TheBigPicture TheBigPicture


    The dangers were known when the first nuclear plant was built in the forties. Three Mile Island, Chernobyl, Fukushima …it seems someone wants destruction on this planet, and they're getting it.

  • wetpwcas1 wetpwcas1

    How these corporate elites & poilticans live with themselves is sick. I could not pour a gallon of oil in a creek knowing what it would to the life in that creek. These people will give a command to use SU ammo on children, moms & dads in Iraq & all over the world as long as it gets rid of their nuke waste & make a profit doing so. Monsters rule the world but they also die by their own deeds.

    Keep telling the truth & stories that must be told, recorded so if there is any one left they will do the same as these monsters!

  • Socrates

    So it is that bad after all.

  • Angela_R

    How to stop it? Some details regarding shut down and decommissioning are available online, see It is a difficult, very expensive road; there are many on that highway and some have been travelling it for decades. Knowing that, one can only ask –
    "how could they possibly allow other reactors to be built?"
    "Why did they?"

    On a brighter note, maybe this development may offer some hope:

    • unincredulous unincredulous

      Great development. Now if we can just teach the animals how to take their capsules…

    • name999 name999

      …I have been taking an additional Magnesium/Potassium supplement and have definitely had more energy. Exciting to hear of this research Angela-R

      • RAY-D-8-TED-DREAMS

        The magnesium and potassium are used to extract radioactive materials from milk, juices and foods and then they are separated from those foods and discarded. Magnesium and potassium will retain nuclear materials in your body, not remove them.

  • These politicians and executives can't hide from the damage they are doing to our earth, the Japanese people, and people on the western coast of the US. They need to be held accountable and pay to clean up their mess. People need to be aware that they should pick up some potassium iodine, adya clarity (to purify water) and natural zeolyte to not let hot radiation particles destroy the DNA in our body!

  • ELKdog

    It will take world peace to fix clean and repair this mess or the human race may face extinction ! please people lets not blame anyone and roll up our sleeves , it will take a lot of love and compassion and of course truth

  • harengus_acidophilus

    An evident lack of scientific knownledge:

    "What really scares me is I don’t think I’ve heard one person come up with any way that makes sense as to how to contain it."

    Dealing with a meltdown is beyond mankinds technical ability.

    "Not just hot to contain it, but how to stop it, …"

    No way.

    "… how to clean the area up — "

    Suicide workers?

    "It’s almost just not even discussed."

    How to discuss "nothing"?

    "How the f*** do they clean that? […]"

    They'll don't clean it, They'll die!°


    • Ontological Ontological

      Makes any sense, define sense? Inexpensive cheap like how they built this death camp? Define clean? Sponge Bob? Put the garbage where? Oscars trash can? Define containment of any recovered materials? A cheap beer can water tank? Voltron perhaps? Wide open for good solid ideas since mine are apparently too expensive. Maybe a brain matter scintillator device, for bullshit detection.

  • waterborn

    The whole beastly pack of card will come tumbling down if they were to acknowledge the real truth. Keep pushing!
    And a wonderous, exciting piece of music – 'Frying Dutchman' from Japan.

  • We Not They Finally

    Unfortunately when we are looking at extinction level events such as the current crisis. Time becomes a short wait and then oblivion for all life on this Planet.Im sure the Reptilians are rushing to safely protect their brains in a robotic body.Perhaps the only "survivors left will be the product of the singularity where man and machine become one in a wedding of damnation.

  • Cisco Cisco

    What's not being discussed outside of this forum is that when Geiger counters detect atomic disintegration's and it's attributed to iodine, strontium, or cesium, etc., other anthropogenic actinides are present too…at least hundreds of other equally radioactive isotopes.

    If you have a Fukushima Daiichi signature with cesium, iodine, strontium, et al, then you have the whole bowl of radioactive soup there too. We are surrounded and engulfed in a biosphere that is a cornucopia of the worst radionuclides that Fuku has to offer. If you've identified any radionuclide, you can be certain it is traveling with all the rest, hundred or so, other radioactive particles that will make you sick, corrupt your DNA, and shorten your life.

    The focus on these single actinides is a ruse; because, if people understood there are hundreds of other radionuclides not mentioned/discussed that surround you, the GP would clearly discover what we at ENENEW's already know. We're doomed, there is no fix, and there is no where to hide.

  • jackassrig

    Mechanically I don't think it is possible to do anything now. The window of opportunity IMO has closed. To dig under the reactors 300 – 400 feet to find the corium is not possible. The entire area would need to be supported from below. I think to develop the machines to excavate under FUKU might take 10 – 12 years. The problem at FUKU changes every year. So the ways and means started may be obsolete the next year and development would start all over again. Where do you find the people for a suicide mission? The problem at FUKU is not stable enough to attack it. IMO the emphasis now needs to be on the genetic patching of the human race to survive. How do you genetically patch all the animals? I was told at my cancer hospital that the interferon that I was taking did just that. My understanding it repaired the DNA. Somehow it replaced molecules so getting cancer was more difficult. This is way over my head. There seems to be research in that area.

  • AllenH AllenH

    I was curious about another website for ex-pats living in central Europe that talk about life in the adopted country, adjusting,etc.
    I ran a search of Fukushima through their threads, I was shocked to see there was only 2 threads, both had 4-8 comments and they dated about the time of 3/11.
    Are people so shallow ? or are they hoping that not talking about the glowing green elephant in the room will keep them safe ?
    I of course left a paragraph or two, but did not see the thread being pushed up into visual sight.

  • paschn

    Well, on the PLUS side, that perverse Demon Kissinger gets his wish regarding we "useless eaters" and, BONUS…. The D.C. blow-flies and he don't even have to lie us into another invasion/war!

  • jec jec

    Filming for VICE? I hope they don't get thrown into jail for threatening Japan's national security. You know..starting harmful rumors..that kind of thing. Japan's new rules on secrecy probably takes a dim view of photo journalism…

  • unincredulous unincredulous

    A mistake in reporting cited as reason for whole Fukushima incident being a false disaster?

    Tsunami map graphic was described as being a graphic about the spread of radiation.

    Someone should send Snopes the correct graphic, and see what they say now.

  • marcel14 marcel14

    Hello guys, I am really scared because of Fukushima and the radioactivity , will it really reach all of us?
    I am 14 years old and I don´t wanna die in this age! I haven´t reached anything in my life 🙁
    Will it kill my family, me you and the rest of the world?
    How is the situation in the west coast of the USA, is there fishing allowed?
    I have so many questions, I cry and pray everyday because I am so scared of it. My mum said I don´t need to have fear, but I have
    please can someone say me, we don´t die?:( Please 🙁

    • bo bo

      Flats is right, nobody knows.
      But for starters, you came to the best possible place to learn more.
      stick with us at enenews and you will learn much more than you will watching the news.

      You are welcome here.

    • weeman

      People of your age are our best chance to make a difference, you are wise beyond your years and when I read post like that I know there is hope.
      Tune in not out, said a old hippie to the x generation and look forward to the y generation.

    • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar anne

      You can die of the flu or many other ways. Every day is an adventure. In the 1940s and 1950s we had drills in school as to the best way to drop if an nuclear bomb struck. But it never happened. Find your guardian angel and have faith that you will be given the best outcome.

    • unincredulous unincredulous

      You just keep on praying. I am older and sometimes I don't pray. Actually, hardly ever do. I am just mad about it. Sometimes I cuss about it. Pay no attention to that, please.

      I believe God answers prayer. I just think maybe he will listen to you more. Maybe because I think I cuss to much. I cuss even in my thought. God can't be near evil, and so I maybe don't believe he will listen to me. At least not as much as you.

      These are bad people, that much I believe. These nuclear people, I mean. Write a letter to President Obama. Tell him about these nuclear people. Not that Obama is any better than anyone else. Just tell him about it and maybe he can do something about it. Maybe he can make an executive order demanding that the radiation won't hurt us… or at least warn people on TV so they can protect themselves. Ask him to fix the radiation monitors while you are at it. Best wishes from me to you. It is a bad time to be young. Even a worse time to be older.

    • SykeWar(DELETED) SykeWar

      Everyone dies – but not everyone lives. Do you understand this? Live life to the fullest. Knowledge displaces fear. Learn all you can and teach everyone what you've learned. Help the handicapped and you will learn to be grateful. Develop your instincts and learn to trust them. Fight for good and build defenses against evil. Waste not your time arguing truth to liars. For time is always short and you have a long way to go. You must be bigger than this, whatever "this" may be. You're stronger than you know.

  • flatsville


    Fukushima is one big opoen air experiment. Nobody knows what will happen.

    When I was 14 I lobbied my first congressman. It was harder back then. You had only telephones, letter writing and in person visits. I had a parents who were conservationists and showed me the ropes.

    If you are concerned, you can do much more with tools we have now.

    Don't agonize. Organize.

  • zogerke zogerke

    marcel 14….life is amazing and great and at the same time, full of so many dangerous things. you should appreciate everything you have! life has always been dangerous, for your parents and grandparents too. This is a huge, real danger. As a young person, you can learn and grow and become an educator yourself if you want to, learn how to protect yourself and those you love the best way you can. You can learn how to make good decisions in your life so you are "part of the solution", part of people doing earth and life protective jobs instead of jobs that hurt life and the planet. —Tell the truth about hazards around you, that takes courage. Find ways to share information that people will listen to. No one else has your unique voice. We all don't know what is going to happen next, but we all share information and try and stay prepared. And life goes on, we go shopping, and talk to our friends, and do home work, and learn , and play, and read enenews. So many good sites on here, and some crazy stuff too. Educate yourself and remember to enjoy where you are too.

    • bo bo

      Very true… and wise and kind words, zogerke
      Yes, enjoy where you are and also, when you run into people who don't understand or 'don't want to hear about it' have kindness to them as well, have patience.


    Dutch are building a colony on Mars to escape Fukushima radiation.

  • Socrates

    Fukushima is worse than Chernobyl. Reassurances are as misleading as scare stories. Radiation is being released continuously. Releases are uncontrolled. No one is tracking the releases. Waste is cooling and decaying. There could be another uncontrolled chain reaction.

    The manner in which the catastrophe is being managed results in chronic radiation to avoid catastrophic releases. With MOX fuel there are dangerous oxides of plutonium creating airborne particles. Meanwhile, the aquifer transports water under the damaged nuclear plants. Spent fuel pools have had fires and fuel rods are stored 100 feet up.

    The international consensus is to control the release of information. The nuclear industry has no intention of allowing individual countries to upset their apple cart and profit base despite and dangers.

    Nuclear is boss. There should no longer be any illusions about who really controls the world. The race to obtain the weapons established this anti-democratic paradigm. The Club is not going to release it's control anytime soon.

    He who has the uranium rules….

    • Socrates

      On the other side of the coin, we have the constant threat of climate change. Even the CEO of ExxonMobil admits that the waters are rising. He says that we can adapt. GE wants to get out of nuclear and into fracking. Governor Brown of California plans on signing off on fracking even while water resources are scarce.

      Wind and solar are the roads not taken. The Titans of Energy have painted the human race into a corner. These corporations "tithed" by campaign contributions to sustain the monopolistic energy cartels. These cartels blame each other. Climate change vs. radiation. Or both.

      • Shaker1

        All forms of necessity can contribute to man’s freedom. There is material and economic need. There is spiritual need. The greatest of man’s spiritual needs is the need to be delivered from evil and falsity that are in himself and in his society. Tyranny, which makes sagacious use of every human need and indeed artificially creates more of them in order to exploit them all to the limit…For instance, it is not unusual in all political life, whether totalitarian of democratic, to incriminate the political novice in order to test his mettle and make sure of his commitment. He must be willing to get his hands dirty, and if he is not willing he must be framed so that he will have a record that can, when necessary, be used against him. Then he will be a committed man. He will henceforth cooperate with acts which might have given him pause if were not himself marked with guilt. Who is he to complain of certain shady actions, certain discreet deals, certain white lies… tolerance is already complicity and guilt, and must be eliminated in its turn.
        Fortitude, then, equals fanaticism. It grows with unreason. Reasoning itself is by its very nature tinged with betrayal.
        Conscience does indeed make cowards. It makes Judases. Conscience must be eliminated.
        This is the familiar mental machinery of tyrannical oppression.

        Thomas Merton 'Gandhi and the One-Eyed Giant'

        • Socrates

          That is correct.

          Every man who hides his sin is a potential Judas who can controlled. Sin can be fabricated or entrapment used.

          I use "Judas" as a metaphor only.

          Dossiers are kept on all to make them complicit or to silence them.

          Social control makes the herd move where the shepherd desires it to go. Shaping our attitudes, values and beliefs is augmented by blackmail.

          All martyrs know that their lives can be taken or torture used.

          There are no secrets about Fukushima, just many who went along with it. A few whistleblowers. The media sold it to the public.

          Mostly consent is manufactured. Man is free but everywhere in chains..

      • SykeWar(DELETED) SykeWar

        Painted us into a corner? No. They've locked us in a house, with doors and windows boarded up, and have set fire to it.

        • Socrates

          Do you want chocolate or vanilla milk? Hell, no! Give me Jack Daniels!

          Republican or Democrat – more nuclear power plants…

          The Greens are against nuclear power.

  • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

    Yes, that would all be correct! 🙁

    • Socrates

      Morning, Obewan!

      Life goes on – after a fashion.

      Those who believe that mankind can be genetically-radiation hardened prove the old adage that hope springs eternal.

      Best to avoid exposures.

      Calcium and magnesium intake should be maintained. Even mixing in water to chealate out heavy metals.

      No Pacific seafood for me.

      Potassium stores need to be kept up – and potassium iodine pills kept for emergency. I am drinking Chinese green tea with organic ground turmeric.

      So far, I am still alive. Few eyes around this year. A few humming birds. No butterflies at all. Haven't seen bumblebees in many years.

      • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

        Gots all that stuff too, just in case. I actually saw about 15 geese in flight today and a few other birds in the air and it was all very beautiful and thrilling to see.. once again. 🙂

        Life is very resilient and none of it wants to die and/or be exterminated by our new 60+ year Nuclear Folly.

        The Nuke boys and girls have gone to far and they do not care past their very short lifetimes what they will leave here for others coming in the future.

        If our current world leaders can not grasp the reality of what these people have done to this planet, especially after this Fukushima fiasco, then all these world leaders sadly need to be replaced and very soon.. 🙁

  • Sickputer

    Re: corium earthquakes at Fukushambles… Fact or rumor?

    SP: Lots of speculation…big crane folded up December 26. Tepco announces one week vacation for onsite work.

    14 million potassium iodide pills up for government bids:

    Listed under "horse and veterinary" category? Yeah, we have lots of those animals in the Army. 🙂

    If the Fukushambles site is too hot for humans and is essentially abandoned except for some suicide missions, we can all expect things to worsen in the Northern Hemisphere.

    If Enenews disappears then the entire public backbone for Internet traffjc may not be far behind.

    Got your water yet? 🙂 Hang in there.

  • Sickputer

    The search term for potassium iodide at the government procurement site gives these results:

    Hence my satiric veterinary comment.

    In full the bid is for medical, dental & veterinary equipment & supplies.

  • Sickputer

    I hope the prez got a few capsules for his New Year's vacation in his island home. Maybe one of those rubber suits also. He has a tough road ahead trying to deal with this nuclear mess.

    Maybe being a lame duck he can shed some of those payback IOUs to his longtime financial supporters we know are so influential. Save your daughters Mr. President and your country's children from the sins of our nuclear fathers.

    You have more power than anyone on earth. Use it to mobilize efforts to lessen the impact of nuclear poisoning of our country. Be more Merkel than Merkel. Shut the existing nuclear plants down everywhere you can. Before we all die. The national bird is dying and so are we.

    • Shaker1

      Seems you're quite right, Sickputer, but for the life of me, it's really difficult to imagine a better example of a 'made man' than any president of the US in my lifetime. They might be the very definition itself…

      • Sickputer

        Good point about the best example of a "made" man becoming president. Maybe Rutherford B. Hayes in the 1876 election is an earlier example of horrible misjustice in American politics.

        Worst election in American history, surpassing even the crazy 2000 election.

      • Sickputer

        Good point about the best example of a "made" man becoming president. Maybe Rutherford B. Hayes in the 1876 election is an earlier example of horrible misjustice in American politics.

        Worst election in American history, surpassing even the crazy 2000 election.

        RM: I voted for Obama once, Green Party the last time. But I doubt either of the two main parties has allowed a maverick president to survive his term. When they realize their man went rogue they get rid of him one way or another.

        Hang in there Obama, Hawaii in retirement beckons…probably without your jealous wife. But it may not be the land of coconut milk and honey very long. I doubt there is much you are allowed to do anyway as POTUS. Nice pay and retirement money. But pretty tight reins while in office. Aloha.

        • Shaker1

          I guess I worded that poorly. I'm in my 60s, and truly don't remember a president that wasn't overtly a 'made' man. It's my idea that in some respects it's impossible to get there otherwise, which also may seem somewhat expected. But, personally, I would have a difficult time deciding between the younger Bush and Obama in that regard. Ever see some of that woven patterned material that is one set of colors on one side, and its opposite on the other side but still the same pattern shape? That's how the choice of those two would strike me.

    • name999 name999

      i appreciate your posts here Sickputer, but Barack Obama is not by any real measure the most powerful person on earth…that mentality crops up here often…not the source of the problems we
      face. Easy to blame though, and getting more popular to blame, as I see Arnie Gunderson also is here.

      The power does not reside in the hands of elected officials. I wish it did.

      • Sickputer

        name999 typed these pixels of light: ".Barack Obama is not by any real measure the most powerful person on earth"

        SP: Maybe number 2? 🙂 Forbes and Yahoo think so:

        SP: So wrestle a bear and expunge or imprison your dissenters and you too can become as "admired" as Putin. *;-) Oil and diamonds helps too.

        I'll still stand by my opinion. Foreigners look up to the USA world-wide and want to emulate us or even better move here. Now when Putin or the Chinese land men on Mars I will defer to their expertise and power. But for now I think the USA is both admired and feared by friends and foes alike worldwide. YMMV.

        Our president has the elected ability to be a force to be reckoned with when he or she so wishes. Obama has not risen to our aid or Japan and the other big two in Russia and China are not going to offer anything constructive for the Fukushima crisis. So we are pretty well screwed.

        Everyone loses from massive fallout, nobody is going to find safe haven in the Northern Hemisphere.

        • name999 name999

          the Forbes most powerful list is not exactly my barometer…supporting Barack Obama
          has always been a long run kind of support because he is such a unique president. I have said before here, just to sit at the table with some of the worst offenders on this planet would be
          hard enough. It is important for our president to maintain diplomatic relationships in the
          world. I am not seeing any economists posting here.

          What is our debt to Japan? I think it is very big….and lots of $ and military power… and that spells danger for
          any opposition. We are talking fascists here and that is a serious punch…offensive force.

        • name999 name999

          it is also private rather than national $ that is sending people to Mars…when our
          home planet is facing extinction…nice one.

  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

    So much talk about nuclear power providing energy.
    The end game..of the production of nuclear material is weapons.
    There are so many levels on radiation exposure ..minimum.. maximum.

    End nuclear power.

    The Effects of nuclear weapons

    "On August 9, 1945, when the atomic bomb was dropped over the city of Nagasaki, Kasuko Yamashina was working at a distance of two kilometers from ground zero. He tried to get home after the dropping of the bomb, but the fire was too fierce for him to approach the district, so that night he had to sleep under a bridge alone. His house was located at a place situated about 350 metres from ground zero. As soon as the fire went down, he reached the house finding out that his parents were burned by the heat of 4,000 degrees and lay scorched black and carbonised. He couldn't find his brother and his sister, and all that he could see were burned bricks and dead bodies."

    "In 1963 he had a high fever, his body changed stiff and black. It took him three years to get back his original skin colour, and, during the nights, Kasuko was extremely scared, he heard the voices of the dead…"

  • charlie3

    You're actually hoping for Obama to be a savior? Grow up!

    • SykeWar(DELETED) SykeWar

      Don't be so hard on Obama. He at least was honest about making gov't the most transparent ever. I didn't know how blind I was till I was *made* to see. The more you squeeze the more slips your grasp.

      • rakingmuck

        You are kidding right? A few facts.
        (1) Japan's new secrecy laws are based upon the Patriot Act and were demanded of Japan by Sec. of State Kerry and Obama
        (2) Obama's Asia Pivot is much more important to him than protecting his own citizens, which under the Constitution is his obligation.
        (3) In exchange for allowing the US to use Japan for drone stations, PM Abe is getting trillion dollar contracts to build new Nuclear Power Plants – Turkey is but one example.
        (4) Vietnam just passed the same secrecy laws
        (5) My oh my looks like Japan is getting close to top of list to build an NPP there
        (6) Obama was named (along with his half brother) in a Crimes Against Humanity case taken on by the Hague prosecutors brought to them by Egypt.
        (7) The Hague is about to take an even bigger Crimes against Humanity case naming Obama solely being brought to them by Libya
        (8) Obama IS the problem.

        And I voted for him twice.

        • name999 name999

          where does your info come from regarding… Obama and Kerry made Japan adopt secrecy laws?

          That is pretty absurd and unsubstantiated. The people that want to go after Obama are either afraid to go after the true criminals or they are the true criminals looking to put the blame

      • Jebus Jebus

        Obama Approves Raising Permissible Levels of Nuclear Radiation in Drinking Water. Civilian Cancer Deaths Expected to Skyrocket

        The White House has given final approval for dramatically raising permissible radioactive levels in drinking water and soil following “radiological incidents,” such as nuclear power-plant accidents and dirty bombs. The final version, slated for Federal Register publication as soon as today, is a win for the nuclear industry which seeks what its proponents call a “new normal” for radiation exposure among the U.S population, according Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility (PEER).

        • rakingmuck

          Jebus Thank You. I tweet constantly about the moves being made by the Obama Administration that have made conditions for US citizens much more lethal due to geopolitical agenda. I could write a book about it.Instead I have a fantastic group of followers that are even more informed than myself and what I see daily turns my stomach. Thanks for quoting one of the best sources for the truth.

      • Jebus Jebus

        Fukushima Radiation Leak Update from President Obama…

        • rakingmuck

          Tweeting now.I find that gallows humor is quite necessary in these very trying times. I also credit sources.

          • Jebus Jebus

            When the NSA outsourced minder see's that, does that person chuckle?

            • rakingmuck

              I say hello to all of them all the time and wave at my web cam as well. Funny thing, on LinkedIn I got freaked (pronounced FREAKED)when senior officials from DHS, DOD even someone from a secret psychiatric part of the Army asked me to connect with them. I accepted. In every single case the person asking had a daughter or son who wanted to be in the media industry and was wondering if I could help. Made all the secrecy fear in me leave. More importantly, now that some of these relationships are at least a year old or more, these people are "human beings" to me and not they are all very unhappy with the state of the US. That is a good thing.

            • rakingmuck

              Sorry for those last sentences. I meant to say: These people are "human beings" to me and are all very unhappy with the state of the US.

  • ELKdog

    We are but temporarily inhabiting this body that we all knew coming in we would have to leave behind, the earth is beautiful place and your soul knows this , enjoy it now TODAY. Remember Marcel it's not the years in our life it's the life in our years

    • Jebus Jebus

      Ya, Dont Worry, Be Happy.
      Three nuclear plants blew up.
      Live life, don't worry.
      Circling the globe, again.
      Smile, you might live longer.
      Unlimited radionuclides being released.
      Shh, don't scare the grandchildren.
      Massive apex creature die off.
      Lets go to the zoo. Yay!
      I'm sorry Mr. Smith.
      But, most kids lead a normal life.
      Massive oceanic food contamination.
      Hey, shushi's on sale!
      Officials raise minimum levels.
      All food products are within safe levels.
      Look, mom! Fluffy had a kitten with five legs.
      Hey, did you hear about that nuclear plant.
      Oh, they've taken care of that. It's fixed.
      They're going to have the olympics there.
      Relax. What are you worried about?
      Enjoy yourself, Today, is to live.
      Tomorrow, is someone else's problem…

      • rakingmuck

        You have a lot of fans on Twitter. You probably know that but it is always nice to know one is appreciated. You most definitely are. I have a thought to run by you. ENE has a Twitter feed as we know. What about some of the best commentators (like yourself and others we know, love and trust) being part of that feed? For me the headlines are not the primary reason I practically live here. It is the brilliance of the people who comment. I am sure I am not alone in that thought. We are reaching a tipping point where there is much disinformation, hence truth matters even more than ever. ENE would be doing a tremendous service to all.

  • Socrates

    "The government covered it up."

    Yes, Virginia, when they pass state secrecy laws in several countries about the dangers of nuclear meltdowns, this is not openness. You may call it a cover-up. 15 years in prison has a chilling effect shall we say.

  • whiteaglesoaring

    What to do? First, be sure to never let an Israeli security company handle SECURITY! TEPCO did not expect Magna BSP to sabotage Fukushima Daiichi. In December 2009, the Japanese government offered to enrich uranium for Iran. In April of 2010 TEPCO signed a contract with high tech security company Magna BSP to provide a sophisticated video and trespass detection system at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant.

    The cooling valves at Fukushima were NOT designed to be held shut when the electric power is cut off. Electric power is needed to HOLD THE VALVES SHUT. The Israeli access allowed them to install stuxnet virus that has been tied to Israel and acts of sabotage in Iran. Stuxnet gives commands to Siemens SCADA control valves and it sends fake information to the control room. Technicians at Fukushima did not know that the reactors were overheating until it was too late.

    Earthquake and tsunami did not lead to the meltdowns. This could only happen if there was sabotage. If you noticed in the tsunami videos, buildings were standing until the tsunami swept them off their foundations. A magnitude 9.0 earthquake is supposed to demolish buildings within a 1000 miles. Didn't happen!

    Magna BSP not only had access to the Fukushima infrastructure to insert the stuxnet virus, they also installed monitoring equipment inside containment t

  • SeanCeltiad

    I don't see why when there is a whole ocean at this reactors site, that we can't come up with a way to pump as much water in as possible to stop the fire and then, well let's face it folks, the only other example to follow is Chernobyl and pile in as much sand, which just got melted into glass and tons of concrete. Also why can't we try to do what they do when they have to pour support pilings for bridges down to the ocean floor to at least create as big of a crescent shaped damn to at least contain some of the water that's contaminated from just flowing out with out some kind of treatment.

  • name999 name999

    …is it possible to stop this flood of killer radiation into our oceans? If it is, it needs to be done now.

  • name999 name999

    ok, I'm really stopping now but Enenews is an addiction;-]]

  • Perhaps those da-itchiing for macro-solutions could take proposals to this not often used ENENews Forum … scroll to the bottom

  • Nick

    Many of us have had the audacity to suggest possible remedies for Fukushima over the past 2.8 years.

    As the world awakens from it's media induced slumber, some are realizing that there is NO solution for Fukushima; either on a personal care level, or on a macro clean up the mess scale.

    This truth is not denial, nor defeatist. Simply reality.

    It sucks.

    My suggestion of the day? Post on Facebook that it's time for global mass insanity to embrace itself.

    Why post-pone the inevitable?

    Japan is, how shall I say it?……..t. o….a……s……..t.

    The West Coast? Not much better.

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