NHK: “Many people have reported medical problems since the Fukushima nuclear disaster began” (VIDEO)

Published: March 30th, 2013 at 11:21 am ET


Source: NHK
Date: March 27, 2013
h/t MsMilkytheclown1

At 10:30 in

NHK: Many people have reported medical problems since the Fukushima nuclear disaster began.

Watch the video here

Published: March 30th, 2013 at 11:21 am ET


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17 comments to NHK: “Many people have reported medical problems since the Fukushima nuclear disaster began” (VIDEO)

  • Proton

    Will these children ever get a break from the psychos that are killing them?

  • TheBigPicture TheBigPicture

    Most everyone I know in the States is having issues since 3/11, one by one, some deaths, it's quite unsettling. I'm keeping records.

    • We Not They Finally

      Yes, it's very good to keep personal records. They start out being panned as "anecdotal," but then when EVERYONE has "anecdotes," it starts to get across. What types of physical problems are people having?

      • HoTaters HoTaters

        We should probably start documenting this somewhere at the Forum area.

        Several of us have posted info. here, but I don't think we've made a concerted effort to compile our stories.

        A local physician here wants info. now and is quite irritated he's not able to get any accurate info. on the amount of radiation exposure his patients have had. Can't give out any names, but I tried to put him in touch with Physcians for Social Responsibility, Janet Sherman, M.D., and people like that.

        I wonder if any of those groups (like Dr. Caldicott's group) are compiling information on people's illnesses?

  • We Not They Finally

    Do check out the website cited above, msmilkytheclown1, It's been informative all along. But then check out on that website, "Fukushima Update for the last week or so 3/23/13." O.k. We all know a little about lithium. Used for manic depression (bi-polar) to keep people calm and NOT suicidal. So now the Japanese claim that that "studies" have shown (and we all know how great they are in updating "studies," much less letting any real data out)that in water supplies that contain trace elements of lithium, the population is more calm and less suicidal. So they want to put LITHIUM in the drinking water of Japan!!! I'm sorry, did anyone miss that?: They could tell people the truth and risk suicides all over Japan, but INSTEAD they plan to put LITHIUM in the water to sedate the population!!! So anyone discovering the truth will be LESS SUICIDAL!! Even less likely to cry out, "Don't keep killing us, you nuclear psycho-freaks!" Well, nice going, Japan. So ingenious of you. After all, what's a great nation worth if they are not at liberty to keep poisoning their own people?

  • RememberThis RememberThis

    <<<falls over


  • irhologram

    Bizarre Human Brain Parasite Could Target Fear. Rats usually have an innate fear of cat urine. The fear extends to rodents that have never seen a feline and those generations removed from ever meeting a cat. After they get infected with the brain parasite Toxoplasma gondii, however, rats become attracted to cat pee, increasing the chance they'll become cat food. This much researchers knew. But a new study shows this parasite WHICH ALSO INFECTS MORE THAN HALF THE HUMAN POPULATION seems to target a rat's fear of cat urine with almost surgical precision, leaving other kinds of fear alone. This discovery could shed light "on how fear is generated in the first place" and how people can potentially better manage phobias, researcher Ajai Vyas, a Stanford University neuroscientist, told LiveScience.

    YEAH, LIKE THE PHOBIA THEY'RE ABOUT TO ECO-COLLAPSE THE EARTH. This story was released to the public in 2007. They've had lots of time to develop the "surgical precision" of what to fear and what not to fear…and lots of time to chem trail it. I saw a video that the only anecdote is pot…and thought, har har har…but then…I heard about Rick Simpson…and his success with marijuana oil in curing JUST ABOUT EVERYTHING…cancer, arthritis, et al. Heads up, Johnny Blade. Couldn't hurt. Happy Easter to you and all you wonderful friends!

  • Fukushima meltdown appears to have sickened American infants
    By John Upton

    "Children born in Alaska, California, Hawaii, Oregon, and Washington between one week and 16 weeks after the meltdowns began in March 2011 were 28 percent more likely to suffer from congenital hypothyroidism than were kids born in those states during the same period one year earlier, a new study shows. In the rest of the U.S. during that period in 2011, where radioactive fallout was less severe, the risks actually decreased slightly compared with the year before."