Legendary Musician: Am I upset about Fukushima poisoning the Pacific Ocean? Yeah — Am I upset about Tepco & Japan’s gov’t lying through their teeth? Yeah

Published: February 4th, 2014 at 1:00 am ET


@thedavidcrosby, Twitter, Dec. 26, 2013: OK…what Christmas present do I want ?…America gets the hell out of the middle east….and someone besides Tepco fixes Fukushima

Last month Crosby retweeted a link to ENENews — Follow @thedavidcrosby

@thedavidcrosby, Twitter, Jan. 8, 2014: By the way ?..that radioactive lava is STILL bubbling under Fukushime and Tepco STILL has no answer but o cool it by pouring sea water

Illinois Entertainer, Feb. 3, 2014: Q: What are you upset about now? Crosby: How long a list do you want to go through? Am I upset about Fukushima poisoning the Pacific Ocean? …yeah. Am I upset about Tepco and the Japanese government lying through their teeth?…yeah. […]

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Published: February 4th, 2014 at 1:00 am ET


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152 comments to Legendary Musician: Am I upset about Fukushima poisoning the Pacific Ocean? Yeah — Am I upset about Tepco & Japan’s gov’t lying through their teeth? Yeah

  • Hot and Bothered Hot and Bothered

    It seems like a lot more people are realizing the weight of this reality in the last 3 weeks.

    • Yeah, I think the "high quality" troll showing up here a few weeks ago was a tipping point, a sign of desperation by the nuke pimps that be.

      • James Tekton James Tekton

        It's happening all over the net at many sites.

        The massive amounts of people that are awakened is beyond what most can now imagine. The babylonian empire is in it's last days and withering to keep the lies in place. They are doing all they can to stall the show for the crash, martial law, fires on the west coast, declaration of war against all the American People, FAMINE, and then more world war after the Olympics.

        Live well in these last days mateys…we are approaching dangerous waters and it will soon be time to hang the banksters responsible for this madness.


        • myau

          JT, I read from a French novel that the guillotine was better than hanging because you will a head in a basket to show for the public, and for some few seconds, people may actually see some facial expression and its eyes still rolling (with remorse hopefully?) Sorry, OT, this won't happen, I forgot that we are still a democratic country!!. Peace

    • utahruss utahruss

      The Law of Nations, incorporated into the United States Constitution at Article 1 Section 8, Clause 10 is the Fundamental Law of the United States and is Superior to any other Constitutional, Statutory or Regulatory Law. Link to the book here http://www.constitution.org/vattel/vattel.htm

      Well it is true, IT IS AN UNDENIABLE FACT, been in the Constitution from day 1. WOW, just think of the incredible positive IMPLICATIONS OF YOU KNOWING WHAT THE REAL LAW IS. THINK YOU MIGHT BE ABLE TO TALK IN THE RIGHT LANGUAGE TO GET SOME THINGS DONE. Failure of a known duty is the ONLY action which is prosecutable. Any of your elected officials Fail in their duty lately? Think that the Statutes of Limited Liability they have written to protect their criminal activities can overcome FUNDAMENTAL LAW-SUPERIOR EVEN TO THE CONSTITUTION???


      • bluetick

        since when did obama recognize a thing such as the constitution.. its old out of date and no longer needed…the NWO constitution is more in line with our current objectives,,,,

      • diverdude70

        It is my understanding that within the constitution there is a strong anti-lobbyist clause, that even allows for lynchings.

      • Arizonan Arizonan

        Yes, what has happened with nuclear over the last 70 years MUST be against the law, the most fundamental law. Think.

        • Gasser Gasser

          DAVID CROSBY
          "Long Time Gone"

          (David Crosby)

          You need to hear this first before you realize that second>



          [Intro. (Electric Guitars)]

          It's been three years of time comin'

          Goin' to be a long time before it's gone

          And it appears to be a long

          Appears to be a long
Appears to be a long time

Such a long, long time…before Plutonium's half life dawn, yeah

          Turn, turn any corner
Turn and hear (Turn and hear) what your friends and your neighbors might have to say, yeah

Something, something, something's goin' on around here

          Surely, surely, surely will not stand the light of day

          And it appears to be a long
Appears to be a long, yeah

          Appears to be a long time

Such a long, long time…before the anti Nuclear dawn, yeah, yeah, yeah


          • Gasser Gasser


            [Instrumental (Electric Guitar)]

            Speak out, speak out against the Nuclear madness, yes, yeah, yeah

            All I'm sayin' is speak your mind that is if you still can and you still have the guts too

Don't, no don't, no, try to get yourself elected, no, no
And if you do forsake this child…you'd better cut your hair

            It appears to be a long…yes it does now

            Appears to be a long…yeah, yeah

Appears to be a long such a long…a long (A long, a long)
Such a long, long time…before Cesiums half life dawn

            It's been a long time comin'
Life will be in a short time gone (Gone, gone, gone, gone)

            But you know
 the darkest hour, yeah
It is always fucked, just before your gone, yes it is

            And it appears to be a shitty' long, oh, oh

            Appears to be a sinking' long, oh, oh, oh

Appears to be a bad long time
Such a long, long suffering time

            And fears will be long lasting, yeah
            But in a short stinkin' fuckin' time…life will be all gone

            [Ending (with Radioactive Guts and Organs)]

            ~Gasser Classic~

  • clamshellernh clamshellernh

    Teach your children well ….

    • clamshellernh clamshellernh

      Tipping point are we ready for the onslaught of awareness ?
      What challenges might we face ?
      What is going to be harder to find ?
      What do we tell the kids ?
      Just putting it out here because I have a bad feeling how this could go …

      • Homolumina Homolumina

        Dear Clamshellernh, Can you be a bit more specific ? I do not want to speculate about what you mean…

      • If it needs to tip, tip it. We can deal with the aftermath. However, your point also well taken.

        What did Germany tell the kids after the holocaust? Truth may go a long way towards preventing a few generations from resuming this nuclear insanity. Kids are not as poorly affected by truth as you may think.

        My collegues GF works with kids who have been raped. They benefit by support and truth. Raping of the earth by the nuke pimps is easier to deal with. it won't be as hard as you think.

      • Max1 Max1

        How does it go…?

        1. Tell your kids that Rudolph is learning how to swim
        2. The North Pole is now a puddle
        3. Don't eat the Blue Fin tuna
        4. Think about the next ten generations to come after you
        5. 'Duck and Cover' is propaganda

      • Arizonan Arizonan

        Yes, clam, those of us who have any solid knowledge on this are being called to speak out in public, whereas two three years ago it semed no one wanted to know. In Arizona there are public Fukushima memorial events going on in Phoenix, Flagstaff and Tucson on March 9, and I am speaking at one of them on low Hiroshima to Fukushima, what you need to know about low level radiation, women, indigenous peoples, and you. The statewide grassroots network is focusing on the nuclear chain as a whole, from the terrible health effects from uranium mining in the Four Corners, esp on indigenous lands, to bombs, to power, to waste. Have also been asked to speak in santa cruz at end of March. Please feel free to check out and friend facebook page mamabears.againstnukes

        • clamshellernh clamshellernh

          Arizona do you have any contacts in the New England area , we are looking to getting an event planned , I know Caldecott is in my area but it's cost prohibitive .
          We have had some awareness like last year on the anniversary of Hiroshima , but not anything fuku orientated .
          Will be attending some films on nuclear and MIT has events too . I can start posting this stuff in that forum here , it does not look very busy on that thread . Plus 350.org is very organized but the jury is still out for me on the leaders intent but I'll tell you they have the middle class eating it up , what I don't understand is why they are not talking about it ?
          Sorry maybe off topic but that's the way conversations go ..

          Perhaps we might breath some more life into that thread
          Gotta do something proactive aside from teaching urban survival …

        • clamshellernh clamshellernh

          Arizona will you be recording these events that you may be involved in .
          I am more than interested
          Please keep us informed

        • Tom in AZ Tom in AZ

          Arizonan, is that facebook you? Thanks for the link either way.

      • Phil Shiffley Phil Shiffley


        My (older) kids know. You introduce the subject and put it on a slow drip feed in the same way you have the sex conversation with them. You don't drown them with all the gory details. You add more meat to the skeleton of the story on a need to know basis. With the Fukushima story, I keep fears hidden.

        Kids watch and take notice from the people who tell them the truth. If you don't fall apart, they won't fall apart. If you act like you're going to move the earth to protect them, they will feel protected. First of all, kids can sense the anxiety in us. Secondly, you don't do a young adult any favors sending them into the world thinking its all Barney and Disney. I refer to giving this info to them as "inoculating", giving them enough info to build up natural resistance to the bad that is out there.

        • clamshellernh clamshellernh

          My kids were with me at seabrook in the early seventies they know , I was just putting it out there for thought .
          I deal with people all day long and have a pretty good idea of how far they will go in leaving their comfort level ,so I just plant seed .
          I teach urban survival as well now that I'm not farming .
          I just know that this knocked me right out of my seat …

          • HoTaters HoTaters

            clamshellernh, glad you're here. We need the perspective of people who have been farmers. And who know enough to teach urban survival. Do you post at the non-nuclear Forum?

      • StPaulScout StPaulScout

        It's gonna help to have a shit-load of money, but only initially. After that it's water, food, shelter, guns, ammo, meds, heat, everything you will need to survive.

    • HoTaters HoTaters

      to Homolumina, here's the reference to the song, "Teach Your Children"


      "You who are on the road, must have a code, that you can live by
      And so become yourself, because the past is just a goodbye
      Teach your children well, their father's hell, did slowly go by
      And feed them on your dreams, the ones they fix, the one you'll know by
      Don't you ever ask them why
      If they told you, you would cry
      So just look at them and sigh
      And know they love you"

  • Socrates

    Idea for Gasser:

    You Know I Almost Cut My Hair

    Crosby, Stills and Nash

    You know I almost nuked the world
    You know it happened just the other day…

    Me: Time that the old rockers break their silence and tell it like it is. Too much corporate bullshit. People really did sell out just to become middle class.

    They sold us many lies. Not just about Fukushima. When did it become "patriotic" to swallow lies? The 70s were really "plastic."

    The reforms of the 60s and the social movements were infiltrated, coopted, or died. The worst corporate propaganda became accepted as truth. Vietnam raged for years. We now know that they lied us into that war by the Gulf of Tonkin incident. The Pentagon Papers and Watergate exposed the lies, yet people let down their guard and more of the same happened. They lied us into war in Iraq and robbed us blind in the crash of 2008.

    Maybe the oligarchy always lied to the people but there was hope for change. JFK was a magic bullet and Fukushima is magically no (immediate) threat to health. (Neither is smoking cigarettes, yet one in five people die of smoking eventually). So much for no "immediate" threat to health. One in two will die of Fukushima?

    I am glad that these old rockers can raise awareness of the problem in what is left of the "free world."

    Note to those who did not live through the 60s…the music had died by the 70s. America's spirit was broken… if you missed the 60s, you will never really understand.

    • clamshellernh clamshellernh

      Right on Socrates

    • flatsville

      I believe Crosby is/was a MUSE member.

      • flatsville

        Wasserman or his recent published statement likely lit a fire under his ass.

        >>>Me: Time that the old rockers break their silence and tell it like it is. Too much corporate bullshit. People really did sell out just to become middle class.<<<

        The silence is deafening. Hopefully this is the beginning of chatter ramping into 3rd anniversary.

        • Phil Shiffley Phil Shiffley


          Oh the kids understand, alright. The current artists have been trying to warn people what's going on. I don't have to tell my kids anything about the corporate control of the world. They've been listening to it in their music they're whole lives.

          Green Day, both rock operas dealt with burgeoning teenage angst due to seeing through all the adult lies

          System of A Down, so many lyrics deal with brainwashing of the masses. (Yeah, the problem w/the digital world is you sometimes have no idea what your kids are listening to. My daughter freaked when as a 7th grader I needed running music and dumped her entire ipod library onto mine!)

          My Chemical Romance, Better Living Industries, the antagonist of their last CD's comic book like storyline has a corporate logo: BL/IND (Was this a GE reference?) Funny, after its initial introduction that logo was "disappeared".

          Muse, almost everything they write is a reference tearing down the PR shaped institutions

          • Socrates

            The Soviet authorities thought of the Beatles as a secret Cold War weapon… Following the assassinations of JFK people were looking for hope. RFK was assassinated in 1968. I was at Monterey Pop. The Summer of Love…Bob Dylan, John Lennon with Revolution…free your mind…give peace a chance.. Imagine… Pete Seeger – singer, songsmith, Troubador, progressive voice… We shall overcome.


            About financiers and the other crooks
            About feudalism and slavery
            And nukes and knavery
            to history's dustbin they're consigned
            Along with other types of garbage…

            Sung by Pete Seeger to activist Harvey Wasserman on Seeger's 70 wedding anniversary while overlooking Indian Point nuclear power plant on the Hudson. Bruce Sprinsteen compiled Seeger songs in an album.

            Those were the days my friend… many young people "get it." It's the old sellouts who never wanted change.

            • cooterboy

              Thanks Socrates,

              Tune in, turn on and drop out. I did and found my farm boy life slip away with my draft card. Burned it on the county courthouse steps and got arrested but it was ok the jail nurse helped me with my broken ribs, seems I fell down and don't remember it. Funny how a long hair had less rights back then.

              In the music of our generation were the words of peace, words to live by. The words of 2525 stuck in my brain. What will I see in the world around me if and when I should ever get old. I now know.

              On the anniversary of FUKU I will again be on those court house steps, alone or with thousands. I came into this world, not exactly happy, had a good home and I will go out the way I came in.

              I don't think they will beat up an old guy with a cane. On the plus side I can get my teeth fixed for free.

              I've appreciated your wisdom, knowledge and heart.


              My apologies for the off topic but my fellow human being said something very important and I just replied.

          • HoTaters HoTaters

            Thank you, Phil Shiffley.


            And the stuff from which I drew for my ode to Socref:


            Supermassive nuke swill, penned by supermassive nuke shills.

            • HoTaters HoTaters

              Oh, what the heck, worth posting again. Let me know if you get sick of this.


              Written to the tune of
              "Supermassive Black Hole" (by Muse, Matt Bellamy)


              Oh, baby I suffer when you say you hate nukes
              You say you hate the bomb, oh, it makes me moan
              But you accuse me under false pretenses
              Are you sure you want to make me go?

              Ooh, nukes set my soul alight
              Ooh, nukes set my soul alight

              Reactors melting in the dead of night
              And the gullible sucked into the supermassive
              (Ooh, nukes set my soul alight)
              Reactors melting in the dead of night
              And the gullible sucked into the supermassive
              (Ooh, nukes set my soul alight)

              I thought I could fool anyone
              Oh, baby, I just can't fool you
              You found out I'm the queen of superficial
              And that I'd never tell the truth

              Ooh, nukes set my soul alight
              Ooh, nukes set my soul alight

              Reactors melting in the dead of night
              And the gullible sucked into the supermassive
              (Ooh, nukes set my soul alight)
              Reactors melting in the dead of night
              And the gullible sucked into the supermassive
              (Ooh, nukes set my soul alight)

              Supermassive nuke swill
              Penned by supermassive nuke shills
              Supermassive nuke swill
              Penned by supermassive nuke shills

              Reactors melting in the dead of night
              And the gullible sucked into the supermassive
              Reactors melting in the dead of night
              And the gullible sucked into the supermassive

              • HoTaters HoTaters

                Reactors melting in the dead of night
                And the gullible sucked into the supermassive
                (Ooh, nukes set my soul alight)

                Reactors melting in the dead of night
                And the superstars sucked into the supermassive
                (Ooh, you set my soul)

                Supermassive nuke swill
                Penned by supermassive nuke shills
                Supermassive nuke swill
                Penned by supermassive nuke shills

                Hey! I found myself in a browser search. Are the evesdroppers taking note? Ooh, I SOOOO scared.

    • zogerke zogerke

      Some of are already here

    • Gasser Gasser

      "Almost Cut My Hair"
      (David Crosby)

      Listen to this first my fried friends>



      Fukushima took all my hair
Happened just the other day

It was gettin' kind of long
I should've said Nuclear was not way

      But I didn't and I wonder why
I stopped letting my freak flag fly

And I feel like I blew it, yeah … to everyone, yeah

      Well, must be because I got Actinided this Christmas
Oh, yeah and I'm not feeling up to par

Oh, I tell you baby this increases my paranoia
Yeah, like looking in my mirror and seeing the Nuclear Czar

      Well, well, I'm no longer a Hippie, I've giving in to fears
Well, you know I've bullshited myself these past years

Well, I feel oh, like I owe it, I owe, I owe truth to someone
Oh … like I owe truth to someone

      [Instrumental (Electric Guitar)]

      Oh, yes I hope get myself together
Yeah, you can find me in that southern Hemisphere, yeah

      I'm goin' to find a space inside and cry, yes
Separating the lies from TEPCO's word craft

Oh, and I feel …
Like I owe it, yeah … to the World

      Now I have no hair to cut off
      Lost it all the other day

      Can't sing because of nose bleeds
      Everyones too sick to hear anymore

      Oh … like I owe late truth to someone
      Fukushima melted all my hair off

      It happened just the other fucking Reactor meltdown day

      ~Gasser Classic~

      • Gasser Gasser

        0op’s a few missing typos, but I sure you can frontal lobe fill in.

        • Socrates


          That is really good. I wonder if the old rocker guys might want to get a Fukushima concert together and substitute in your words…..That would blow a few minds. A save the humans concert.

          • GoodMorningSunshine

            "Save the Humans" concert . I think you're onto something there.

          • Gasser Gasser

            Just waiting' for it to happen, I got 45+ changed up lyrics songs free for any takers, lets see who's got the right stuff (guts) to awaken the populous to this growing never ending potential ELE catastrophe.

            If their to busy getting multiple tattoos they may not have an audience to play for that should be free for every "Save the Humans” performance.

            ~Think faster than Becquerel's can emit thier shit~~~Gasser~

            • HoTaters HoTaters

              Gasser, maybe we should get blanket copyright permissions,and re-publish our collective works in a book. or-well and others, Shaker1 have writen some really good poetry & prose, too. Lots of great Haiku here, too.

              What do you think? Or maybe we could go to an event and present our works there. I think it would be a hoot. It would be entertaining, and it would help raise awareness. Nothing like a good, catchy, funny song with biting truth to raise awareness, IMO.

              Like all the people who went around singing the lyrics to Country Joe MacDonald's Vietnam song, or "Almost Cut My Hair." Or you name it, political consciousness music that's catchy, which people can speak or sing.

    • HoTaters HoTaters

      Socrates, there were still people like this in the 70's, 80's, 90's, and beyond. Take courage, friend. (Paul Weller)


  • clamshellernh clamshellernh

    How much more specific can I be , things are going to change just with people facing so much sickness and the realization that this could be the end . You don't think the collective mindset can go off . Let's face it in more ways than one this is not a perfect world .
    People may not go into survival mode with the best intentions are we ready for that I am not stupid enough to sit back and think surrounding myself in a pink bubble will bring out the best in people .
    Let's not forget how this played out .
    I think people are going to look for someone or something to save them .
    That can lay the groundwork for ………..

    • clamshellernh clamshellernh

      Fear can be used to rule the masses

    • bluetick

      dont be so grim …Mother nature will give us the answers.. there are things out there that will help protect against this mess.. there is one good article on how even contaminated fruits and veggies can offset contamination by other things in them… I coach and move around the country. last summer I was sick/tired/worn out I know it was the radiation… never felt this before it was from inside.. not from coaching.. I completely changed my diet and I feel wonderful. My body has bounced back 100%. Grow your own wheat grass inside for example…0 red meat or fish for me…I buy fresh raised chicken, farmers market every weekend for me…I am determined to make it and survive….r/o water system now pulls 98% out even radiation….I will have to change filters more often but I will do it…I have a friend with land and we are starting to grow our own food raise our own chickens..I will get a radiation meter and test all foods as best I can…i will not roll over and give up thats for sure. as I am writing I can see my two healthy star fish (now they are dieing on atlantic side fyi). bet my fish never new how lucky they would be to be in a tank!!hahahahahaha

      • bluetick


        Mike Adams rocks,, through test he has shown that certain foods have MCC metals capturing capacity and will detox heavy metals.. if he could start looking for foods that will rid radiation he may save some of us…

        • WWJD WWJD

          @bluetick – There are foods already known to help remove radiation from the body, mushrooms are just one of those. The problem is that you want them to be free of radiation before using them, but with the fallout on our soil from Fukushima and our own nuclear plants… it is very difficult to find.

          • If you have a basement or shed, you can grow nice oyster 'shrooms (and others) on a spore-seeded sawdust/chip log. Just keep it damp on schedule, and once the rushes start it'll keep producing.

            • clamshellernh clamshellernh

              Yes there's a load of things you can grow indoors ,
              I have a virtual farm in my house
              Just did a teach in on sprouts and greens
              I just love my clementine wooden boxes !
              Never enough room

      • HoTaters HoTaters

        bluetick, where do you live (roughly)? Like your co-op farming idea. Wish I could make that happen here. I have expertise, but no land. Am near Sacramento, CA.

  • Michele

    Clam, What do you foresee will happen with awareness? We have a scientist from Woods Hole Oceanographic who has stepped up to calm the waters, so to speak. People will gladly take his advice and why should it be any different from his latest statements….The seafood may have traces of radiation, the ocean is "diluting" the nasty radioactive waste, the beaches are not a problem you can swim, water ski, enjoy yourselves. How can anything go "bad" and why do you have a "bad feeling"? As for what should you tell your children, it depends on their ages, if they are young, the Japanese produced a video for children in which the nuclear plant was likened to a "poopy diaper". Try to find that video to instruct your children.

    • Squirrel Squirrel

      I am at a loss as how to reply to people who cite WHOI scientific findings against the threat of Fukushima. Greenpeace – pro-environment – came out saying that we don't need to worry about effects in North America. Deep Sea News (oceanographers) also had that "Real Facts About Fukushima" article which spread around on Facebook. People trust them and I look uninformed and paranoid trying to convince them otherwise. "The SCIENCE says we're fine!" I point to ENEnews when I can and encourage people to research for a more comprehensive look at this issue.

      Thanks, ENEnews and forum community, for your existence.

      • bo bo

        Does Illinois Entertainer have a big circulation ?

      • Did you know that a major environmental organizational also switched sides before Diablo Canyon was approved and went from anti nuke to pro nuke?

        All it took was a little $$ greasing palms and the way was smoothed to open the plant.

        WIthout that, Diablo probably would never have opened.

        Environmental organizations can and do 'sell out'.

        Maybe that is what happened here?

        • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

          Greasy palms are now seen everywhere and yes it's all legal.. 🙁

          • In any war, people and organizations switch sides.

            During the American Revolution, many people took sides with the British.

            Do not pay attention when people do this..

            Stay on course, and never give up.

            Follow the truth as you know it, and hold onto it, no matter how many doubters and shills, propagandists try to sway you from your position.

            One person with the truth more than equals untold billions believing a lie.

            • Socrates

              Only 3% actually bore arms against the Britisb I read. At Valley Forge, those who did not fight were hanged.

              Better to free your mind instead. We have the number and they have tbs guns…

              I am a son of the American Revolution. But there are many myths. Some of these actually ended up promoting a substitution of aristocracies. George Washington married the richest widow in the colonies, Martha Custis, together they held more property in. Virginia than any other family. Her daddy was rich as was Mr. Custis who was three times her age but had died by the time she was 27.

              The revolution was largely about the policies of George II imposing British currency over colonial scrip. Fractional Reserve banking and central banking came in in 1931 with the FED.

              Taxation without representation was another issue. Tax on tea rebellion was symbolic.

              Public banking would.change things. See Ellen Brown who is running for California State Treasurer.

              • newsblackoutUSA newsblackoutUSA

                It is too bad the native people didn't kill the pilgrims instead of feed them and maybe we wouldn't be here today. At one time Earth was sacred.

                “We do not inherit the earth from our ancestors; we borrow it from our children”
                ― Chief Seattle

                • clamshellernh clamshellernh

                  We have a wonderful thanksgiving event in Plymouth mass every year put on by the Indians , thousands show up .
                  Didn't go this year due to cold weather very cold weather
                  I'm not sure if that would have helped as they would have come back he'll bent to take this land , it is awful what happened to destroy the natives culture .

          • newsblackoutUSA newsblackoutUSA

            I have seen some websites change the flavor of their articles after being called out on their content. Even the websites that are drenched with conspiracy theories have stayed away from Nukes.

            Enenews has been of of the few consistent sources of information on the web about the dangers of nukes. Greenroad, and Fukushima Diary are also consistently anti-nuke.

            I think that many "nuclear experts" speak in toned down terminology so as not to upset the possibility of future liaisons with the Nuclear Industry as consultants etc.

            There is no middle road when it comes to nukes, they must be shut down and all focus directed toward clean-up of the environment/food supply.

        • HoTaters HoTaters

          Yes, it also depends upon who funds their "non profit" groups. Think tanks, corporations, foundation money funneled in can silence a lot of people or make them blind.

    • bluetick

      diluting is the wrong work , you cant dilute it ,, dispersed is the proper word….radiation is radiation it does not uptake water so it cant be diluted.. like a 100 bottles they disperse not dilute

  • clamshellernh clamshellernh

    My kids are all grown up
    I was just putting it out there for thought
    In a perfect world everything will be ok
    We do not live in a perfect world
    And we see game changers all the time
    I also fear my government
    I am a child of the sixties
    Been around too long to see this going well

  • TheBigPicture TheBigPicture

    Crosby can live wherever he wants, but probably doesn't like seeing his old neighborhood getting contaminated by nuclear radiation, which is has, and is.

    Anyway, people will be migrating to the Southern Hemisphere. I keep waiting to see when Gundersen goes, even though he probable has a serious air and water filtration system in his dwelling right now.

  • clamshellernh clamshellernh

    Yes my days of being an idealist are over I'm a realist now …I do want to see people working together for the better…

  • Wooster

    I still can't believe, in this information age, that Tepco and national governments have managed to keep such a tight lid on the quality and amount of information released about this accident.

    So, well said David. Keep up the fight.

    • atomicistheword

      Wooster, it's very simple; throw out spider programs, block and delete truth. Dumb down publications into digital format and control the masses through social media in which you then filter for your new world order masters.

      I don't know why you blame TEPCO, they didn't design the mark 1 reactor and were advised by that corporation to place them in said location. Then when it was revealed that the location was unsuitable, they built 2 atomic radiation reactors on higher ground. Seems to me that the blame belongs on a higher level. TEPCO sell electric, they don't design atomic power plants, but who does? It's all unravelling now, nanny TEPCO cannot hide you any more behind her skirt!

  • James Tekton James Tekton

    Yoichi is going to be on Rense in 10 minutes.



  • Socrates

    Atomic testing blew 90% into the stratosphere. Fallout was the main vector. Inhalation and drinking milk were the greatest dangers.

    The Fukushima loss of coolant incident not only blew stuff into the troposphere, but released gasses and 134/137Cs. 90Sr is being released, probably as concrete and mudstone foundation are encountered by melted fuel rods. This is releasing great quantities of radionuclides into the jet stream and radioactive particles into the oceans where currents carry them across the Pacific.

    Bioaccumulation and concentration in target organs and tissues are well-known phenomena.

    This will go on for the rest of our lives. The other ageing reactors will keep going and new ones are being built. The situation can only deteriorate as exposures continue and risk is cumulative.

    The fact that we need to privately test seafood, milk and food speaks volumes about how bad it is. Once baseline measurements are made, trends in the data will tell us the "real" truth.

    I am not assured by Ken Beussler's equivocating statements. He lacks data upon which to forecast, and is in uncharted waters since there has never been three core melts adjacent to the ocean.

    The well has been poisoned. The health of the Pacific has been in decline for many years. This is the very worst think that could have happened, IMO.

    I am sickened and saddened.

  • James Tekton James Tekton

    "I am sickened and saddened."

    As are we all, Soc.

    The good news for all to KNOW, is we are ALL not alone in feeling this way. Weza all here in a circle of waggons. A sane and caring crew of good souls.

    Give thanks.


  • bo bo

    How big is Illinois Entertainer ? Every time someting like this pops up I get false sense 'people are starting to talk….' but then it's just a blip within the article.

    However, kudos to him for mentioning, and putting it at the head if a long list.

    I just want someone with his cache to tell a journalist: 'today I am going to talk about fukushima. That's more important than talking about my latest album.'

  • unincredulous unincredulous


    He said love one another, not nuke one another.

  • Machomaker Machomaker

    Saturday, February 01, 2014
    3.9 becquerel radioactivity falling on the Tokyo metropolitan area, Fukushima Prefecture 1657 becquerel per 1 square meter, 3.4 becquerels Tokyo, Chiba, Gunma, 4.2 becquerels, Tochigi Prefecture, 5.9 Bq, Ibaraki Prefecture, 9.0 Bq (1/31 Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology) http://radiation7.blog.fc2.com/blog-entry-3259.html

    I published a number of only γ -rays , and α β is not fallen to the ground , and I've been dancing in the wind . I guess there are also other causes of things falling is that the number is that change in the evening wind strength , and morning . Ground of Tsushima do much when there is a dosimeter that can measure also β line in '11 ? The to was more than 300μ in last September .

  • Nick

    Just heard that the WHO wants us to focus on obesity, smoking, third hand smoke, not a word about Fukushima.


    • unincredulous unincredulous

      Don't want any fat radioactive corpses in the twenty twenties.

      Maybe we need to start referring to radioactive fallout as "second hand radiation" to get people's attention.

      My doctor said that if I smoke inside, I really am not smoking one pack a day, I really smoke something like a thousand packs a day due to recirculation. Sounds a lot like this radiation circling the planet now every forty days.

      With that logic, we are all smoking 1000 Fukushima disasters inside the biosphere.

  • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

    Obfuscate..good one!

    There is not one person who I know that has cancer that is obese and 70% of all the people I know over 50 have cancer. 🙁

    This Nuclear thing is tearing up our genome… 🙁

    That 70% must be on the way up to that there 87.5% magic number for the entire population… 🙁

    • Socrates


      There is some evidence of prostate cancer in paleolithic men. Cancer does not fossilize well. Moreover, life expectancy was not that great even sixty years ago. Obesity is a huge risk factor for cancer. Tobacco still kills one of five people. Sugar is highly carcinogenic. Then we get to the chemicals we are exposed to.

      I suggest that these things work synergistically…. For example, arsenic is used to pre-treat abnormal cells prior to radiation therapy because the radiation kills ten times better. Nitric oxixe can be manipulated inside the cell to reduce some of the effects of radiation.

      The role of stem cells in cancer is finally being understood, for example. But radiation is not the only villain in causing cancer. Hormones, viruses, even fungi and bacteria and inflammation.


      • Socrates

        But radiation is very bad for children and pregnant womem who are at least a thousand times more sensitive to low levels. 131I exposures cause miscarriages, still births, cretinism, leukemia in children, papillary thyroid cancer, hypothyroidism, low birth weights…

        134/137Cs causes thyroid cancer also in children as well as Chernobyl heart.

        The spectrum of ill-effects of radiation also involves genetic mutations that are largely recessive and show up generations later causing hundreds of diseases.

        Cancer is actually a smaller part of incredible morbidity and mortality of radiation.

      • SykeWar(DELETED) SykeWar

        Nobody forces you to smoke or eat sugar. I do not have a choice to eat GM food, drink polluted water, breath polluted air. You make it sound as though these statements are equal – they are not.

        • Socrates

          We were talking about the causes of cancer increases rather than what we bring on. But yes, you are right…. where we have choice we should be aware and make the right choices.. Having radiation spread around feeding us GMO food are potent cancer causing agents forced upon us.

          • SykeWar(DELETED) SykeWar

            Sorry? At 1:33 you talked about obesity, tobacco, sugar and chemicals. Which you then proferred these things conspired to I assume cause cancer. Then you said radiation is not the only villian causing cancer. Within the same context this says to me these things are equal. These are all true and well known so the reiteration here is puzzling to me. This form is often used by some to convince people all things being equal, there is no problem here. Akin to the banana defense. I wish to re-emphasize to everyone here, that one is chosen while the other is not. Even in the area of genetics, parents can choose not to procreate based on evidence their child may develop cancer or some other abnormality.

      • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

        Well, l guess that is certainly what they would want you to believe, but I am pretty sure the gambit has been rung through the ringer on why after 1945 the cancer rates worldwide including skin cancer went through the roof.

        It is still climbing my friend.. 🙁

        Inflammation from improper diet may account for a great deal of stress on the/our immune system function increasing disease odds. But then if that food is laced with hot not from this earth radioactive isotopes, then that same immune system can not recognize it as nutrition and the first thing it will do is try to combat the anomaly now considered an antigen, then inflammation is/would be the result.

        I have stated before that there is not one medical research paper generated anywhere on this planet after those 1945 bomb blasts that can be considered accurate, since all papers would have to account for all these foreign radioactive isotopes flying around our planet. These are what I will call foreign invaders affecting not only the smallest of life, but also the largest of life as we are all interconnected, whether we like it or not in these ecosystems and biospheres.

        The scramble for understanding the genome and the specific role of genetics and stem cells is key, since we are scrambling the genetic plate daily with all these false energy signatures that were not here in quantity prior to 1900. They are worried and they should be since the numbers are now exponential in many various disease categories. 🙁

        • Socrates


          Hard to say. I have relatives who had cancer before the bomb. The increases are multifactorial and synergistic with radiation being a big factor.

          The fossil record does not leave a record of soft tissues or blood cancers. Statistics and diagnosis was not as good in the past. Asbestos, cigarette smoking natural radon in basements, exposure to petroleum and gasoline, lead, viruses, alcohol, hormones all play a role. Some are associated with modern lifestyles. The overlap with the nuclear age tends to confound.

          There are 60 or more epidemiological studies that show that the closer you live to a nuke plant, the more likely are cancers. That is in routine operation. That convinces me. Nust imagine meltdowns. Much data was suppressed at TMI. Chernobyl proves that meltdowns kill millions. Fukushima will kill tens of millions or even hundreds of millions… But other causes of cancer exist. Nagasaki studies showed even more in 2012 in the final study.

          • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

            Socrates, If you have relatives with cancer, before the first bomb, then did anyone investigate how and/or what gave it to them? WE were mining this stuff in 1900 so one has to go back pretty far to identify cancer causes.

            This one is all pink and blue, but we don't want it to happen to you.. 🙁

            Interesting twist on the cancer research on this one..

            Could only do/only replicate 6 out of 53 landmark cancer studies? 🙁

            Cancer all of it is big business…shut them all down..now!

            • Socrates


              Nuke kills… absolutely!

              My dad died of parotid gland squamous cell… I got melonoma, brother got prostate, mom had colon cancer… we were downwind during testing. Melanoma is not on the list, maybe it should be. In Canada radiation is officially recognized as a risk factor for melanoma.

              But there is a list of known carcinogens and suspected carcinogens. The list is rather short. I would not inhale benezene or asbestos fiber. Certain viruses cause cervical cancer. Hormones, too…

              I am sure that cancer rates have gone up. But I would not let tobacco off the hook, although it has polonium and radiation in fertilizer.

              Also, cancer is not the only disease caused by radiation. That list grows every day. Immune function in every cell is affected… Chernobyl heart.. You are preaching to the choir.

        • zogerke zogerke

          obewanspeaks, what you write (2/4/14 1.53pm)rings true. and if truth was actually taught, all the text books in the world concerning medicine, toxicology, epidemiology, occupational safety, public health….would have to be rewritten to reflect the nuke contamination so ubiquitous….

          • zogerke zogerke

            the mutter museum in philadelphia hosts an odd compendium of medical oddities collected and displayed in all their formaldyhyde glory. they hail from turn of the century, older. there are cancers there, plenty, from way before nukes. But industrial toxins have been present since there was industrialization. And toxins cause cancer and disease.
            I still remember when cancer incidence was one in 12; then one in 8, then one in 6, then one in 3, moving on to one in two people. Incidence exploding.
            My grandparent's generation (they were young adults in 1903), you died of infectious diseases, and women also died in childbirth. Then it seemed folks died of heart attack and stroke…..Now we die of toxicologically induced immune system disorders…cancers… I wonder too when the average worldwide lifespan even in wealthier countries, will start to go down.

            • HoTaters HoTaters

              zogerke, there is evidence the lifespan in industrialized nations (the U.S. comes to mind) has already begun to fall. One has to study death statistics or the few articles published to learn of this.

  • pjrsullivan

    When the mouse sweats the whiskey out he'll see the ruse. Have we not been had well?


  • Tiza Tiza

    Fox News has a major story up today on Feb. 4 called "Sugar: Is it killing us?"

    Well, I've got news for those worried about that, they should be having major stories out on every news place talking about "Nuke waste from Fuku: Is it killing us?" Or maybe the last part should be called, "it is killing us!"

  • weegokiburi weegokiburi

    Sorry forgot link…again

  • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

    Nice, not one mention of Nuclear Power mishaps or the 2053 Nuclear Bomb detonations? Gee the map mirrors the fallout patterns regions nicely.. 🙁 Bow to your masters! 🙂
    "The WHO's World Cancer Report 2014 said the major sources of preventable cancer included:

    Obesity and inactivity
    Radiation, both from the sun and medical scans
    Air pollution and other environmental factors
    Delayed parenthood, having fewer children and not breastfeeding
    For most countries, breast cancer is the most common cancer in women. However, cervical cancer dominates in large parts of Africa."

  • GoodMorningSunshine

    Are there any Enenewzers who have a Facebook account?

    If yes, then go to David Crosby's Facebook page and let his fans know that Enenews has a story on David Crosby.

    It's a good way to let his 200,000 fans that Enenews exists, and get more people TO Enenews.


    • GoodMorningSunshine

      ^^know that Enenews exists (typo)

      The purpose is to increase Enenews viewership instead of just posting on Enenews.


    • Correct!
      Boots on the ground, All,
      in neighborhoods and on Facebook

      GoodMorningSunshine..looks like someone took you're advise and gave his fb page a link to this article. Off to the right on his page. Certainly worth a "Like"! ..Somehow We'll get the rad word out.

    • Gasser Gasser

      @ GoodMorningSunshine

      I just posted this on Crosby’s FB page.

      "Almost Cut My Hair"
      (David Crosby)

      Listen to this first, my fried friends>



      Fukushima took all my hair.
Happened just the other day.

It was gettin' kind of long.
I should've sang Nuclear was not the way.

      But I didn't and I wonder why.
I stopped letting my freak flag fly.

And I feel like I blew it, yeah … to everyone, yeah.
      Well, must be because I got Actinided this Christmas.

Oh, yeah and I'm not feeling up to par.
Oh, I tell you baby this increases my paranoia.

Yeah, like looking in my mirror and seeing the Nuclear Czar.
      Well, well, I'm no longer a Hippie, I've giving in to fears.

Well, you know I've bullshited myself these past years.
Well, I feel oh, like I owe it, I owe, I owe truth to someone.

Oh … like I owe truth to someone.

      [Instrumental (Electric Guitar)]

      Oh, yes I hope to get myself together.
Yeah, you can find me in that southern Hemisphere, yeah.

      I'm goin' to find a space inside and cry, yes.
Separating the lies from TEPCO's word craft.

Oh, and I feel …
Like I owe it, yeah … to the World.

      Now I have no hair to cut off.
      Lost it all the other day.

      Can't sing because of nose bleeds.
      Everyones too sick to hear anymore.

      Oh … like I owe late truth to someone.
      Fukushima melted all my hair off.

      It happened just…

      • GoodMorningSunshine

        @Gasser, that's great! Thank you. I noticed your lyrics to "Long Time Gone" which are great too.

      • Socrates


        That is great, as I said.

        I was trying to figure of some words to "Hey Joe!" The way Jimi Hendrix did it.

        • Socrates

          Hey Tepco! I heard your reactors melted down

          I said, Hey Tepco, I heard your reactors melted down.

          Yes they did, they melted just like you said,

          Guess I'll dissolve the corporation and head on down to Mexico…

          Down to Mexico where a nuclear man can be free.

          Ain't no hangman gonna put no noose around my neck, Dig?

          Sing it! Yes they did, they melted just like you said…One time, now 'ya all!

          (A little levity on a sad subject since my friend got diagnosed today – two cancers in his colon and one in his liver. He is going right into surgery. He has no one in this country to help him so I'm the one).

          • Gasser Gasser

            Socrates; for your friend go here>


            I beat Cancer twice @ 68 & 69 yr old…now near 73 I’m riding and racing off road motorcycles.

            1. Gasser's recipe; 2 tbs of "Bob's Red Mill Baking Soda" (get @ health food store) add 6 tbs organic Maple syrup = (16 > 000 size gel caps).

            2. With spoon> mix in small sauce pan held at 45 degrees to keep it in a small corner area, over low heat.

            3. It will take about 4+ minutes of stirring for the mixture to become all foam the color of Maple syrup.

            4. Once all the liquid has foamed causing the two components to bind.

            5. Let the foam sit at room temp for an hour and it will turn back into a liquid.

            I personally don't like the taste of this stuff so to get past that;

            6. Go to the Health food store and get 3 bag's of 100 large OOO size gel caps, or buy them by bulk.

            7. Go to any hardware store and get an all purpose syringe (I used a printer ink cartridge filler syringe and cut the tip back for a lager 3/16th orffice making it easer to suck up the thick liquid)

            8. Suck up all the syrup into the syringe, fill the gel caps.

            9. Fill only as many gel caps as you intend to take immediately, I did 8 cap's upon awakening and 8 at bed time for 3 weeks, you can take more if you want…more is better but may cause loose stool (never trust a fart)

            10. Plan your daily dosage strategy, be consistent.

            Remember; Reality goes at the speed and…

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