Show host back from Tokyo: We were told a lot of people are sick from Fukushima and the gov’t lies about it (VIDEO)

Published: March 5th, 2012 at 4:40 am ET


JRE #190 – Greg Fitzsimmons, Brian Redban
The Joe Rogan Experience
Date: Feb 29, 2012

Joe Rogan commenting on his recent trip to Japan for UFC 144

We had a really cool driver… and one of the things he said was about the deal with radiation — Fukushima — a lot of people are sick, and the government lies about it.

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Published: March 5th, 2012 at 4:40 am ET


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21 comments to Show host back from Tokyo: We were told a lot of people are sick from Fukushima and the gov’t lies about it (VIDEO)

  • Kevin Kevin

    The Rogan Reality is more certainly an intersting one.

    But good for him for taking this on, going over there and seeing things first hand. There was probably a ufc fight and a rare drug to seek out, but he did do it all the same!


    Joe Rogan is a good soul. Unlike a lot of others in the MSM, he's never too far from the harsh realities of life…


      So, I downloaded and ran the program through my player while working. It was looonnnggg! Have to say, the language is not something you'd want playing in the background with the kids. Way too many expletives for the faint of hearing. Another thing: there was next to nothing in the way of commentary on Fukushima/Japan. I think they dedicated more time to fawning-over Japanese girls than anything else. Other than the language and minimal coverage of Japan, the rest of the program was beyond doubt, worth the listen. The banter was brilliant and filled with nuance. But again, this is/was hardcore talk radio…

  • Laterlukemayb Laterlukemayb

    I like the shows Joe Rogan has hosted in the past. I believe that he has produced a couple of shows. I hope that he stays faithful to the cause and doesn't flip in the middle somewhere to the side of the nuclear industry. Right now the governments are looking for someone that the average person can relate to, everyone has basically seen as a mouth piece and spokesperson for THEM!

    We will have to wait and see how this goes, but watch for a flip to something along the lines of everything being way over dramatized. I'm sure the show will end up having many (nuclear experts) that will have many lulled into the everything will be just fine sleepy nap in no time.

    Other alternative media websites are losing their regular fans due to people being awaken to this disaster thanks to people on this site as well as others getting the word out and working tirelessly everyday posting links to truthful data and videos. If it were not for them many would still not know abut the unseen monster that is attacking us each day with every breath we take, every time we drink and every time we eat. Thank You!

    Remember how powerful the media can be for both good and bad. It has the ability to inspire people to do great things regardless of the difficulty's. It also has the ability to crush ones determination. The ones that created the mess have money and corrupt power working for them. We have truth. Let's not let it be diluted as we have seen the governments do with the facts of this disaster that has cost millions of peoples their lives already.

    It is an amazing thing when we are suddenly faced with our own mortality.

  • many moons

    The media has the power to inspire people to insists on their rights and not to let them be taken away….haven't heard much of that lately…
    whoever pays the pay check has their voice put on the air…I don't have time left for that BS. THe last frontier to be dominated is the net…there are no newspapers, radio, tv, that are not owned by the elite. Our days of free speech are almost over. We all know that when we must support, pay for clean up after and die for something that doesn't contribute to our lives in a postitve way…then the end of a quality life is near. We can think back to the slaves, the fifedoms etc. and see how we clawed our way out as a collective society only to be harnessed once again.

  • Laterlukemayb Laterlukemayb

    It was the U.S. Government that created the internet long ago, and I mean a real long time ago. In fact even before bank started using electronic transaction is how long ago. So they know where all the back doors are and how to access them. It is THEY that already Dominate the internet. Everything is watched.

    The Federal Reserve, that's a bank right? NO it's a system, just pull a $20 bill out a see what that little black circle says!

    TRUTH, tell it while you still can!

  • There lies the problem, Our forefathers told us always to question government, but seems people became too something to do that, therefore we are where we are now !!

    "God forbid we should ever be twenty years without such a rebellion.
    The people cannot be all, and always, well informed. The part which is
    wrong will be discontented, in proportion to the importance of the facts
    they misconceive. If they remain quiet under such misconceptions,
    it is lethargy, the forerunner of death to the public liberty. …
    And what country can preserve its liberties, if its rulers are not
    warned from time to time, that this people preserve the spirit of
    resistance? Let them take arms. The remedy is to set them right as
    to the facts, pardon and pacify them. What signify a few lives lost
    in a century or two? The tree of liberty must be refreshed from
    time to time, with the blood of patriots and tyrants.
    It is its natural manure."

    by: Thomas Jefferson
    (1743-1826), US Founding Father, drafted the Declaration of Independence, 3rd US President

    Source: November 13, 1787, letter to William S. Smith, quoted in Padover's Jefferson On Democracy, ed., 1939

  • Full Broadcast: INAPPROPRIATE ! YUK !!!

    • Nukites

      It's Joe Rogan. What did you expect?

      • Nukites,
        Probably why I never heard of/listened to before !
        My friends would not recommended it to me !

        • StillJill StillJill

          It was too over the top for me too,…didn't even stay with it til FUKU talk!

          Sorry,…too sleazy,…even for me.

          • moonshellblue moonshellblue

            I must admit I could not listen to the entire program but to each their own. Like so many things perhaps it is an acquire taste. JMHO

          • Laterlukemayb Laterlukemayb

            So what did I do cast a grim shadow over myself mentioning anything about this guy? I did not watch the video as I'm at kilobytes end till the cycle turns over. I'm glad to hear the reviews so I don't waste my time. Never thought I would hear sleazy along with Joe's name, I've heard and seen slimy kind of stuff on one of his shows. There must be something I don't know about him.

    • aSpadeisaSpade aSpadeisaSpade

      The full broadcast is a worthless piece of garbage! It is crap like this that keep so many sheeple diverted from truth and knowledge!

      Admin, you wouldn't hurt many feelings, I'd bet, if you removed this dung-heap of a podcast from the site.

      • Kevin Kevin

        What did you all expect from the guy who made himself famous forcing people to eat maggots for money in Fear Factor.

        He is clearly a troubled soul.

  • madmax madmax

    Joe Rogan is my Hero…

  • StillJill StillJill

    I like the guy too. Saw him on a late night show last month promoting Ron Paul. Joe said when asked what exactly he likes about Ron Paul,..(who was sitting right next to him),…"I LOVE EVERYTHING that comes out of this man's mouth!" He, Joe, was wearing a Ron Paul for president tee-shirt too. He sounded like he was 'painting on the sleaze' to me. I think he's a decent man. But,….I am often very wrong!


      @StillJill: gotta keep in mind, what audience he's playing to. There's a combination the a guy who's attempting to survive in a competitive market place (mass media) and another who's his own man. It's a difficult balance. Given what's out there, I like him and forgive his pandering to the more puerile listeners. He has many genuine insights…

        It just wasn't what I expected to hear in a news story about Fukushima, really took me off guard for ENENEWS !
        Do children read this site ?