Newspaper: “Patronizing silence” from officials about Fukushima contamination in West Coast seafood; It’s downright irresponsible, they are telling us nothing — Expert: “There is a real cause for concern” (VIDEO)

Published: November 9th, 2013 at 3:21 pm ET


Coast Reporter, Sunshine Coast, BC, Nov. 8, 2013: […] The October issue of Pacific Fishing magazine takes on the “unscrupulous activists” and “Web bloggeristas,” quoting headlines that are “just plain wrong,” including this killer-diller: “At the very least, your days of eating Pacific Ocean fish are over.” […] The October Pacific Fishing article fights back with the headline: “They say radiation will poison your catch! Thing is, they’re lying.” […] A test of 27 albacore found “detectable radiation” in 60 to 70 per cent […] The article provides a healthy dose of sanity to the debate, but in its eagerness to refute the doomsters, it unfortunately minimizes the scope of the catastrophe. In July, the government of Japan admitted that the crippled nuclear complex had been leaking radioactive water daily into the Pacific Ocean since the disaster began […] the figure that was put out there was 300 tonnes per day. […] The Pacific Fishing article acknowledges there were early discharges into the sea, but quantifies the scale of the contamination by focusing on the impact of the single 300-tonne leak announced in August. As a result, the article leaves the reader still wondering. […] the people who are best positioned to know — the senior governments and their teams of scientists — are telling us nothing. Everything is fine, they say. And that’s it. It’s not enough. The fishing industry needs some damage control here. The people need some answers, including real data and real analysis. This patronizing silence is downright irresponsible.

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The Real News, Nov. 8, 2013 — Arjun Makhijani, President of the Institute for Energy and Environmental Research, Ph.D. in engineering (specialization: nuclear fusion) from the University of California at Berkeley: […] if there are people who are panicking and talking about evacuations and so on on the West Coast, I think that that is out of proportion. But at the same time, there is a real cause for concern, because, as we know, there are hundred of tons of radioactive water that are flowing into the ocean every day […] Some fish do cross the ocean that initially would get their food near the Fukushima site or off the east coast of Japan. And radioactivity of Fukushima origin has been detected at elevated levels. […] it’s important to remember that every little bit of radiation creates an increment of cancer risk. […] if there are small doses in large populations, then you could get significant numbers of cancers, even if you the individual risk is low. I think the U.S. Food and Drug Administration should be monitoring the food, fish especially, much more intensively and making those results public, both because there is some physical concern, and there is some stress among the population from not knowing. […] I would be careful, especially if I were a pregnant women, about the provenance of my fish. […]

Watch the extended interview with Arjun Makhijani here

Published: November 9th, 2013 at 3:21 pm ET


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75 comments to Newspaper: “Patronizing silence” from officials about Fukushima contamination in West Coast seafood; It’s downright irresponsible, they are telling us nothing — Expert: “There is a real cause for concern” (VIDEO)

  • norbu norbu

    Just read the reports, bluefin tuna for example….
    Nothing is wrong keep eating sushi [sarc] Any amount of radiation is bad for life, shut them all down now!

  • Alpha1

    Lets call evil evil and get through this together, I am calling for those of us who know to get together and make things happen instead of let the lying continue!!!

  • Jebus Jebus

    Patronizing silence and virtual radiation levels are unacceptable…

    Lower radiation readings proposed to speed return of Fukushima evacuees

    The Nuclear Regulation Authority has drafted a proposal to accelerate the return home of Fukushima nuclear disaster evacuees by using radiation readings that tend to be lower than the ones now officially used.

    .gov officialy issued dosimeters, of course…

    • Gasser Gasser

      Simon & Garfunkel: The sound of silence


      Hello TEPCO, your not my friend,

      I've come to kick you're ass again,

      Because your Isotopes are softly creeping,
Left its Actinides while I was sleeping,
And the Nuclides that was planted in my brain

Still remains

      Within the sound of radiation's silence.

      In restless dreams I walked alone

      Narrow streets of cobblestone,

      'Neath the halo of a BWR lit street lamp,

      I turned my collar to the contaminated cold and damp,

      When my eyes were stabbed by the flash of,
 Gamma ray light

      That split the night

      And created the sound of Atomic silence.

      And in the Nuclear flash of light I saw

      Ten thousand people dying, maybe more.

People talking without the NRC hearing,

      NRC hearing without listening,

      People writing sing say's that voices will share,

      And only dared,

      Disturb the sound of TEPCO's silence.


      • Gasser Gasser


        "Fools" said we,"You do not know

        Silence like a cancer grows.

        Hear our words that we might teach you,

        Take our facts and logic that might reach you.

But our words like silent Cesium raindrops fell,

        As Corium's re-criticality echoed
In the Aquifer's wells of silence.

        And the people bowed and prayed

        To the Nuclear Devil they made.

And enenews'ers flashed out its warning,

        In the words that bad shit was forming.

And the signs said,
        The words of the prophets
are written on the subway walls

        And tenement halls.

        And screamed beyond the sounds of silence.

        ~Gasser Classic~

  • Alpha1

    For anyone who actually reads the articles know that the people that are stating it is like worrying about getting sunburned from a star. Let me start by just stating these people who are being paid through grants by the US gov. are lying and lets see them eat a tomato from the fall out let see them eat the fish they say is ok to eat. 70% of fish being caught, yes sure a good sheeple will believe them and not see the fact that any radiation you eat will kill you eventually.

    I am sick to my stomach and really have to say if you believe the shiot they are spewing you deserve to get ill and suffer. I wonder maybe the children that have leukemia and thyroid cancers forgot to smile and that is why they have only few days or months left to live. Hey everyone smile while you get radiated and you will have it go around you and bounce off of you like the teflon DON we know where he is now huh.

  • Canuck1

    I read the fisherman mag article. Such was incredible. Talks about "dilution" of radiation and compares it to BANANAS!

  • Alpha1

    Hey doesn't this look good to eat you motherless evil sons of **** **** ***** ****** appetizing take a look.

    Go ahead the corn the potatoes the wheat everything not just the fish you lops. Look at what you have done, this is an act of war by Japan and I ask the world powers to step up and stop this unless you are doing it to drop the population what a way to control it. Kill your children and your genes as well you dumd m****RF****S pay attention and get with it people they do not care so we need to do something about it!!!!

    If we do not there will be no more humans here much less animals of any kind!@!!!

  • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

    Here is the world's future: Repeat!

    Looks like I will need to drag this link around with me for a couple of days

    Here is they, they are seen at the bottom of this link, they are the ones in control of your slice of world and these groups can be found all over the world…everywhere!

    OK so here is all of our futures in real time simply fast forwarded, if we continue down/on this Nuclear Technology path/direction.

    This link is not up for interpretation and/or debate or banter and this is all of our futures.

    Study it and look at it and then cry for your fellow man and then all life that still resides on this planet!

    You need to contact "they" and "bitch slap" each one of them until they shut down this technology!

  • Sickputer

    Lots of economic entities at stake from the disaster at Fukushima. Fishing industry, tourism, and the nuclear power industry all will fight to defend their livelihoods at all costs. Health of humans is secondary to money.

    In another unexplained Pacific Ocean sea life tragedy…15 of the world's remaining Pacific gray whales (estimated survivors at 120 before these deaths) washed ashore since September.

    Full details here:

  • Socrates

    (A Talkin' Atomic Blues)

    I'm gonna tell you a story 'bout old man atom,

    I don't mean the Adam in the Biblical datum,

    I don't mean the Adam that mother eve mated,

    I mean the thing that science liberated, Einstein says he's scared,

    And when Einstein's scared, I'm scared.

    Now, life used to be.such a simple joy,

    When the cyclotron was just a super toy:

    Folks got born, they'd work and many,

    And "atom" was a work in the dictionary.

    And then…… it happened.

    The scientists from every clone

    All pitched in, workin' overtime:

    And before you knew it, the job was done:

    They'd hitched up the power of the goshdarn sun!

    Put a harness on old sol…. Splittin' atoms

    Like diplomats splittin' hairs

    So the cartel crowd up and put on a show

    To turn back the clock on the UNO,

    Grab a corner on atoms and maybe extinguish

    Every atom that didn't speak English!

    Down with foreign-born atoms….America for American Atoms.


    • Socrates

      But the atom's international, in spite of hysteria,

      Flourishes in Utah, also in Siberia;

      And when you're white, black, red or brown;

      One thing's for certain when you boil it down;

      We hold this truth to be self-evident;

      That all may be cremated equal.

      So, if you're scared of the A-bomb, here's what to do:

      You got to join all the people in the world with you.

      For if we don't get together and do it, well,

      First thing you know, we'll blow the world to hell.

      To be or not to be… that is the question…

      • Socrates


        by Vern Partlow

        Now you can write a few verses more;

        Just to include the story of an earthquake that tore….

        A hole in the Gateway to Hell;

        (More later)

  • Alpha1

    Wow is there any question to the evil that men do hey if there is nobody to turn the lights on they will go broke what a joke. This is a bad dream of major proportion and an Extinction Level Event Due to mans irresponsibility and fear to speak out and do something.

    I wonder what the world would have been like without the people who picketed in the 60's for women's rights and equality. I wonder if the dirty little war that is going on will ever be seen.

    Ignorance is just that ignorant. Step up and watch everyone die, step right up and watch our governments lie and sit back and cry because you did nothing but sit back fearing and watcched it all go bye bye bye bye!!!!!

  • unincredulous unincredulous

    I know that there are more radioactive fallout from Fukushima than just the cesium getting in the fish. I would like to see an analysis of ALL of them in some fish samples.

    On a wishful thinking note :

    I found on eCat news this article about some Japanese science break through. They managed to transmute cesium into Pr.

    What is Pr? I had to look on Wikipedia to guess the answer Praseodymium… the atomic structure looks similar.

    So, these Japanese scientists are so smart. I don't know how they did it or what Pr is. But they need to build whatever machinery around the Nuke plants spewing Cs on everything fishy and transmute it already. Then they only have to transmuter all the other crap the NPPs are pissing out.

    Those scientists are so smart, but really kind of dumb. They should be transmuting Cs into replacement fish.

    • Bones Bones

      Very cool news to look into. Thanks for the update. Yet another reason to forget about decontamination for now, and fix and stop the actual leaks. (Decon is just PR mis-direction.) After that, hopefully enough time passes so the clean-up technology evolves more maturely.

  • StPaulScout StPaulScout

    When reactor 3 shot it's core into the Pacific, any sane person should have instantly realized food from that ocean is no longer safe.

  • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

    That statement was very logical Bones! 🙂

  • TheBigPicture TheBigPicture

    People don't recognize officials or old-wave news, we communicate with each other via the internet.

    As for radiation, anyone can search and quickly find that it's highly dangerous, causes cancers, leukemia, and death.

    That's what radiaiton does.

  • Oncewaslost Oncewaslost

    The problem with testing fish is strikingly obvious.

    You cant.

    Unless you reduce it to ash. And test that.

    The water blocks the stuff the machines test. Plain and simple, its the same reason they test people for radiation exposure by testing what is ON them not IN them.

  • bo bo

    If you type in 'pacific ocean' in google the first suggestion that comes up is 'pacific ocean radiation'
    People are starting to search…

    • bo bo

      Although then they'll probably read something by Ken Buessler and most will stop there and won't search again until they're experiencing unstoppable nosebleeds.

    • Oncewaslost Oncewaslost

      Google tailors your searches. so if you type in Pacific Ocean, and I type in Pacific Ocean we are going to get different results based on our historic use of the search engine.

      So say I love and often search about Kayaking. when I type in Pacific Ocean, the first results will be Pacific ocean kayaking.

      So that first result you got, is a result of your searches for radiation.

      • bo bo

        Oh I see. It got my hopes up for a moment there.
        I guess for most it's still 'pacific ocean islands travel' then…

  • vital1 vital1

    07.10.2013 – Report raises fresh concerns about radiation levels in Japanese fish.


    The Japanese Fisheries Agency has been testing the radiation in fish caught in its waters since March 2011. On average, fish in the 33,000 tests had 18 becquerels per kilo of radioactive cesium.

    Some fish samples tested to date have had very high levels of radiation: one sea bass sample collected in July, for example, had 1,000 becquerels per kilogram of cesium.


    Recent research suggests 5 Bq/Kg should be the maximum for children, and preferably none. If they detect Cesium there are probably other radioactive Isotopes contaminants present, but not reported.

    Get the message out there on how serious the Fukushima nuclear disaster is quickly, and efficiently, distribute this flyer.

    • vital1 vital1

      8th October 2013 – Fukushima’s Fish Tale


      Something not tested for to date but mentioned by is the risk from strontium 90 and plutonium in Pacific fish.

      The fish most at risk for contamination were rarely if ever tested. This tactic gives a false sense of security and leaves the true risk factor unknown.

      • They're only talking about cesium because it's one of the "Big Three" fission products of most concern, along with iodine and strontium. The iodine's long gone by now, and nobody wants to mention strontium because it's as well known to cause cancer as iodine is.

        It's also a quirk of the testing process, where only certain specified energy signatures are read in one sample. This narrowing of the spectrum to a small range of a known element is useful for the purpose of excluding energy signatures of background contamination (K40 and the rest of the standard list). Signatures in crossover ranges won't be as precise either, so you get some "masking" of other isotopes that might be – or are known to be – present.

        It was never just cesium coming from Daiichi, and it's not just cesium coming out now. It's just cesium they're reporting on and/or testing for.

        • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

          The "big three" and all their tag alongs are about to give 100% of the human population cancer and to just think the "big three" and their gang did this to the entire world in about 60 years! 🙁

  • Sam

    It is possible that SFP4 is already history since March 2011.
    They probably took emergency measures and dumped sand, boron,
    concrete etc on the SFP4 or what was left of it. This heavy mass
    is probably sitting at the ground level of the reactor 4 building.
    The structure they have constructed is probably to make a
    sarcophagus like they did in Chernobyl. There is no other way
    to handle a level 7 event.

  • Sam

    The SFP4 deception is to move public attention away from the real problem at Fukushima – the three melt-throughs. The corium from each of these is already in contact with the under ground water table poisoning the pacific at an alarming rate. People in Japan, Korea, China, Hawaii, Alaska, Canada, need to be really worried.

  • Shaker1

    Beside knowing that anything that's going to be read in a dedicated industry piece is going to be biased, I have a problem with the second quote posted here.

    "if there are small doses in large populations, then you could get significant numbers of cancers, even if you the individual risk is low…"

    Same old statistician double-speak that's inconsistent with how they approach their own lives. If they personally got cancer directly attributable to Fukushima, would they shrug their shoulders and think, "Well, the overall population's OK"? I seriously doubt it. It's ridiculous to make such statements in a world which doesn't have and consistently decries sympathetic programs to support those who do feel the effects of individual exposure on a grand level. The thinking is just selfish excuse for individual gain, not in tune with their actual thinking, and moral nonsense. We're increasingly seeing that moral nonsense all over the world with all the proposed building of these plants. The Soviets were more damned responsible, even if what was at stake was their governmental survival. Is Japan any different in that regard?

    I've always felt that the hallmark of a genuinely intelligent person, besides consistency in thought, was humility. It's not a mark of real intelligence, though it might be expediently beneficial, to be able to crunch 10-digit numbers in one's head. It's the ability to realize the implications of those numbers evenly considered.

  • Grampybone Grampybone

    The starfish are melting, oarfish beaching, sardines gone, Yellow Salmon, Oyster bed growth was just the start of the biological evidence. At Vermont Yankee just 14 miles from where we and I and Grampybone were raised as kids 400 known violations in containment were found. Three eyes fish and life down river from the Vernon station were advised to the public to avoid consuming. Observable mutations were conducted by local biologists who soon became obsessed with the trophic relationships of radioactive isotopes and their precious ecosystems. They soon learned that the butterfly colonies once populated with monarch's could not withstand Strontium 90 exposure and lost pigment in their cocoons during development. The ecosystem shows the evidence weather it's on the evening news or not.

    • Phil Shiffley Phil Shiffley

      Grampybone, Phil Shiffley's early childhood was at the other end of VT on Lake Champlain 13 miles south of the Canadian border. It troubles me deeply that that idyllic childhood I enjoyed probably won't be available much longer to future generations. What have we done?

    • Grampybone Grampybone

      "We and I and Grampybone be thankin you Obewanspeaks for givin to us this article."

      Weakened immune system caused by charged particle bio-accumulated contamination more likely.

    • HoTaters HoTaters

      obewan, the article said it was a measles-like virus. 'Taken to mean the virus is similar to a measles virus.

  • snukey

    So what is going to happen? How can we change what tptb are doing? We need to come together, all of us.

    • maybesomeday

      Snukey, according to the Elders of the Indigenous Peoples who met last month to consider this very question, the Earth is at a "crossroads of life & the end of our existence". They urge all nations and people to return to the Creators Natural Law and Original Instructions and base all future decisions upon it.

      • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

        Those that come first will be last! 🙂 Its about time the elders spoke up! Many do have the money and power and resources to influence this entire world positively on a broad wide scale for the better! 🙂

        They could be the world's last hope for finding sanity!

        • Cisco Cisco

          "sanity"…nothing is too insane for the psychopaths. Insane is how they see, refute, and describe their detractors, antagonists, and adversaries.

          And, the psychopaths are in charge. Go figure where this is all going…kaboom.

  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

    Deception from the onset and from the very top…

    Fukushima Cover Up ☢☢☢ IN YOUR FACE ☢☢☢!
    Jan 15 2013

  • visio (uk)

    Hey all.. just a suggestion how about everyone popping their country in brsckets as part if their screen name.. would be useful when describing rad effects and observations.. thanks.

  • Sol Man

    People are for plundering and deception only, apparently. (us)

  • jump-ball jump-ball

    Listening last night to Gunderson, John Apsley and Steven Starr on CoasttoCoast, 1 hour each, was very discouraging for us left-coasters regarding the earlier 2014 arrival of unsafe beach water (especially for children), the magnitude and earlier arriving Fuku 'island of junk', 3 time the area of England, now NE of Hawaii, and the increasingly more questionable nature of both San Joaquin CA produce and all Pacific seafood protein.

    With these and other 'expert' nuclear-environmental guests having been asked to return as regular follow-up guests, I am going to buy into the 'coast insider', enabling replay and recording of shows I miss. (I have no relation w. C2C).

    For stacking 500 cans of pre 3/11 and pre 6/11/11 long-dated Pacific tuna, salmon and crab, as well as boxes of other canned and dried foods (and buying nothing Pacific since) I continue to take derision as the 'tuna king', while I also continue to enjoy my weekly ration of what I consider to be the last of the safe Pacific sea foods.

    • Sparky Sparky

      jump-ball, How can one tell from the packaging if its pre-3/11? The "best-use-by-date" is apparent, and I'm guessing the numeric thread above/below it relates to the date and source. I can't decipher it though, and apparently neither could the store employee. I'm trying to stock-up too. My longer-term plan: aquaponics–raise my own fish and produce indoors. Still, its only a matter of time before radiation fallout is all through the food chain and in us. 🙁

      • jump-ball jump-ball

        In April 2011 I asked starkist and chickenofthesea what were their post-catch processing and delivery times, and, no surprise, they declined to respond.

        I arbitrarily concluded that the 'pipeline' time from catch to processing/canning, from sea transportation and distribution to warehouses, and delivery to grocery distribution centers and then to store shelves, was at least 3 months, so kept buying until June 2011 and then quit.

        The tuna manufacturers know the harvest and best-by-date relation, and did not and will never reveal the sequence.

        I may possibly have tuna/salmon caught in April-May-June 2011 and quickly put onto the shelves by June, but the tuna, for one, had not made the 2-3 annual cross-pacific migrations that current tuna have, returning 2-3 times to bio-accumulate contamination in their Honshu spawning ground, as well as in the western pacific.

        "Stocking up" now is an idea whose time has passed, but I think your aquaponics will become one of the survival methods in an increasingly contaminated food production environment.

        • Sparky Sparky

          Thanks, jump-ball. Hold on to a few pre-3/11 tuna for bartering when the SHTF (oops–already happened!)or rather, when the general public figures out that our sea food really IS radiated. But I'm really curious now about the processing date/location "code" on food packaging. I'm going to research this more and get back to you and others via Enews with what I learn. I'm sure I'll encounter some blank looks or resistence, but there still may be ways to find out…. 🙂

        • HoTaters HoTaters

          Yes, if the inputs into the system — air, water, and food for the fishes is clean or relatively clean, the end product should be, also. Am also studying up to begin a small scale aquaponics operation. If my family and I can make a go of it, we may make it a full fledged business, later. Lots of free info. is online. Lots of species can be raised, not just tilapia.

      • HoTaters HoTaters

        Sparky, can we talk about Aquaponics off list?

  • Crash2Parties Crash2Parties

    We (everyone who knows better) really needs to call 'BS' where ever possible on the false meme that's spreading. Specifically, that the US and other governments are not monitoring the radiation. Here in the US, we have a massive radioactivity sensing and tracking apparatus built up since the Cold War began. Its only purpose is to detect and monitor radiation with truly incredible accuracy. Are we really to believe that they've shut the whole thing down while they simultaneously rail on about Iran and North Korea?

    Flat out, the US government at least clearly is tracking the radiation. And despite being elected to protect the commons, they are refusing to do so. Same with Japan, and I assume Canada and others, but they all must cooperate or the passive deception falls apart.

  • MsJosyPublic

    I have to agree with Crash2Parties, if I understand correctly the Military and Nuclear industries are related, both of which gather information as a matter of course… I can't be a matter of not gathering information, it's simply a matter of not allowing the public access to information.

  • Ed Long

    Nuclear Exodus: Pandora's Promise Was A Lie [Documentary]

    This is a direct response to CNN's white wash of Fukushima. Please share this far and wide!


    Full documentary:(Cannot be watched via mobile due to youtube BS)

    (P.S. I hope you guys don't think I'm spamming you, I just think this is highly relevant to your interests!)

    • Grampybone Grampybone

      The full link is working. Checking the video out tonight as a matter of fact. Thanks for the entertainment Ed!

  • Sickputer

    Longtime environmentalist Dave Helvarg scornful about the effects of Fukushima:

    "Mendocino County Today: November 9, 2013"


    "AVA: The Koch Bros bought G-P. They’re the owners now. Incidentally, we have an advertiser selling iodine tablets ahead of the Fukushima disaster.

    HELVARG: All bullshit. Fukushima is still way below the levels of nuclear testing we had in the 60s and 70s. There are so many reasons not to eat tuna — mercury levels, it’s an endangered species to name two. Radiation scares people, but it’s acidification of the seas that should scare us, carbon, not uranium.

    AVA: Many people commenting on technical issues flunked high school chemistry and physics. In Mendo, the tinfoil hat people stopped eating fish the day after Fukushima.

    HELVARG: They can eat the native fish, the ones not out in the ocean."

    SP: Sorry Dave…We have a band in Texas named Asleep at the Wheel. I think the vast majority of the human population is also asleep at the wheel. Past accomplishments mean nothing if you can't research and find out the truth. Computer savvy human apes are the New Intelligentsia.

    "The illiterate of the 21st century will not be those who cannot read and write, but those who cannot learn, unlearn, and relearn.”
    ― Alvin Toffler

  • vital1 vital1

    "HELVARG: They can eat the native fish, the ones not out in the ocean."

    He obviously hasn't read this.

    (This is just one of the reports at, "The Food Lab", )

    2013 – Active cesium contamination of freshwater fish in Fukushima and Eastern Japan.


    However, contamination levels are possibly higher than the Chernobyl as the cesium is concentrated by the water systems in limitation region.

    In areas within a radius of 100 km from the nuclear plant, active cesium contamination levels of the Ayu are more than 200 Bq/kg. In those between a radius of 100 km and 200 km, it is around 60–200 Bq/kg. In those between a radius of 200 km and 300 km in which Tokyo is included, it is 20–60 Bq/kg.

    The contamination is recognized as far as Shizuoka prefecture, 400 km south-west from the plant.



  • Who comes up with names like 'doomsters'?

    'patronizing silence' 😉

    The silence, lack of data and overall disinformation campaigns will continue.

    I don't know when the tide will turn, (but I know it will), when it comes to people realizing and understanding that the worst global catastrophe of all time has been upon us and has been continually unfolding for over 2.5 years.

    Fallout and the fallout accumulation via air and sea from three melted cores has no end in sight.

    For anyone to think that this is not having or going to have an affect on every living thing is either extremely naive or just plain stupid.

    “Those who walk in the dark will never see the light.”
    – Bruce Lee

  • deaddolphins simonhhh

    Thank you Enenews…. Keep up the brilliant work….I tell everyone I know about your website….

    • Socrates


      Could you give us a date for Shimatsu?

      That would be helpful for those of us who listen but lose track of which ones they have already listened to.


  • Nick

    We are frozen in our present.

    The future that we had is now history.

    All that's left is to wipe a tear and hope the burn in our souls leaves, at least a scar, for it will never heal.

    Take the heat, feel the burn.
    Don't let the fires of life
    burn your soul.

    Hold the flame,
    feel the pain.
    Do it again
    and again.
    Feel the flame,
    endure the pain.

    Don't let the fires of life
    burn your soul.