TV: “The Japanese are part of a massive non-consensual experiment on radiation exposure” — “Everywhere now is radioactive, we can’t escape it,” say Fukushima locals at beach (VIDEO)

Published: August 26th, 2013 at 1:04 am ET
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Title: Concern over Fukushima leaks persists
Source: Al Jazeera
Date: August 25, 2013

Anita McNaught, Reporter: At the local beach, despite news that highly radioactive water’s leaching into the sea, locals are cooling off.  They told us they were philosophical — Everywhere now is radioactive, they can’t escape it.

The stricken Daiichi nuclear plant is 35 kilometers up the coast that way.

This beach only opened to the public in July. Back then authorities said that radiation in the seawater had fallen to acceptably low levels.

But when Yoshiro Watanabe took sand samples for analysis, he found levels there were far higher.

No one here knows what a safe background level is anymore — The Japanese are part of a massive non-consensual experiment on radiation exposure.

Watch the broadcast here

Published: August 26th, 2013 at 1:04 am ET
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85 comments to TV: “The Japanese are part of a massive non-consensual experiment on radiation exposure” — “Everywhere now is radioactive, we can’t escape it,” say Fukushima locals at beach (VIDEO)

  • rockyourworld

    join the club, so are americans!


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    • larry-andrew-nils

      and Canadians.
      Canada's land is largely still pristine, with no part in nuclear plants on the west coast, but alas, i digress from the main topic.

      It's the whole world really. just the timing is different. a bit luckier to be in europe or even in the southern hemisphere, but ocean currents get around fast; it won't be long for all of us.

      Some parts of the world will receive smaller doses from this japanese nuclear site, but there will be other sites around the globe to go the same way… from decay, if not sooner.


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      • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

        Larry you have no cancer and/or disease in Canada?


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        • Mack Mack

          Someone was nice enough to post a link to the EPA’s radiation quarterly reports. Did anyone look at them?

          There’s some interesting information in them.

          For example:

          (1) On 3/12/12, Tritium @ 66 pCi/L was found in Honolulu drinking water. Since Hawaii doesn’t have nuclear energy, where is this tritium coming from? Rain? Fukushima?

          (2) Beginning in 2002, high amounts of Tritium is found in Ashland, VA drinking water. Something is causing high amounts of Tritium in Ashland, VA drinking water. On 2/17/12 — Tritium @ 3,220 pCi/L was found in Ashland, VA drinking water.

          (3) 3/29/12 — Tritium @ 94 pCi/L is found in Portland, Oregon drinking water. Oregon doesn’t have nuclear energy anymore. Where is that tritium coming from?

          (4) Sept 2011 — Tritium @ 88 pCi/L of Tritium was found in rain in Jacksonville, Florida.

          (5) 7/7/11 – Tritium @ 104 pCi/L was found in Helena, MT drinking water. There are no NPP’s in Montana.

          (6) July-Sept 2011, Strontium-90 was found in milk in Hartford, CT; Wilmington, DE; Wichita, KS; Buffalo, NY; Cincinnati, OH; and Portland, OR

          (7) Early 2012, Cesium 137 was found in pasteurized milk in these two places: San Francisco, CA and Plant City, FL

          These are just a few examples.

          Everyone should go through these reports and look at your area to see what radiation was found.

          http://epa.gov/radnet/radnet-data/erd.html


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      • Phil Shiffley Phil Shiffley

        Ha ha. Funny. I live in upstate NY and there are multiple Canadian nuclear plants right over the border. In fact, there is one NY reactor w/in a 50 mile radius of us but I'm not so worried of that one. More likely with prevailing winds the OH, MI or Canadian plants would be the biggest threats to us short of this Fukushima catastrophe.


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  • Jack Jack

    Beauty pageants held for little girls who continue to eat contaminated food. So evil. Next generation's birth defects. So sad.


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  • We Not They Finally

    The GE ad on the top has to be a really incredibly tasteless "joke," yes?? It's too insulting. It needs to be taken down.


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    • We Not They Finally

      Oh, it's a rotating ad? So now it's morphed into an ad for BOEING? Oh, you know, those wonderful people who now own the Santa Susana Labs in southern Cal. Where they want to build a public park that is so massively contaminated from a previous nuclear catastrophe, that you have to sign a release form to visit it. THAT Boeing?

      DON'T DO THIS, ENE News! Don't do this. You need money that badly that you are running ads from THOSE people? I'm sickened and shame on you. DON'T DO THIS.


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      • ENENews

        Google AdSense picks what shows up, not me. To ban a specific ad I need the URL address of the site it sends the user to after it's clicked.

        If anyone wants more info, see: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AdSense

        "Advertisements are administered, sorted, and maintained by Google"


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        • micky thered

          a limp reply I'm afraid. visit the URL yourself admin and ban google's sick jokes at our expense.


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          • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

            You have to give google some credit for creativity and if you are going to water board somebody.. why not us!

            They love to water board people..


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          • hbjon hbjon

            It is direct marketing just for you. Just ignore them.


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            • VanneV anne

              Somewhere you click and say you don't like that ad. It is up to you. My ad says "switch to solar". And "nuts.com" , a site I visited to compare prices. I think you click in the "x" at the upper right hand corner. In the past I clicked at the ad that made me mad.


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              • NoNukes NoNukes

                I get Hanna Andersen and zappos ads because we have been back-to-school backpack shopping…these people never seem to realize how much they reveal about their own surfing habits when they make these posts…we all have different ads.


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          • ENENews

            Limp reply? If you had any clue what I go through to maintain this site you'd be thanking me instead of leaving a comment like that. It's 4:30 in the morning and here I am dealing with tech support trying to figure out why load times have tripled. Yet I take the time to refresh this page a bunch of times to check it out and no GE or Boeing ad shows up. American Express, Siemens, Log Me In, Luis Aviaroma, etc. Not that I can even click it if Boeing or GE did come up since Google makes it clear that no one affiliated with the site that's hosting the ads is allowed to click on one. That's why someone has to give me the URL. You get it now?


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            • VanneV anne

              We appreciate you enenews.com. We couldn't even face the horrible news from Fukushima without the support on this site and all the bloggers, even those whom we disagree with. At least we can express our anger against the nuclear industry, and express the sorrow we feel from the death of our loved ones because of our radioactive world caused by the nuclear industry.

              Thank you so very much for telling our story and posting the news from around the world and from nuclear experts who explain what is going on, and the explanations of nuclear experts and the cams at Fukushima.


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            • MCBEKRL

              Keep up the good work Enenews… you have saved my life and I am out of Japan and in the Southern hemisphere with my family due to all your efforts. Erase that piece of shit off your website for talking down to you while they use your site.

              GE is wasting their money putting ads on a site like this anyways – good.


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            • Wotcha Wotcha

              I am not a techie or anything, but I've never had any ads since I started using Adblock Plus for my browser. I found this when I looked for something to stop the ads on my Facebook pages – they were really annoying. Hope this helps.


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            • dodge

              I believe that Google adds are not specific to the site you visit – (the same add for everyone) but specific to the computer that visits. Just check out and compare prices on a few specific cars for example, and see how often their adds come up, and competitive models. Thanks admin… this site is well worth the visit – even when wait times are a bit longer. Many times it seems like the more of the same, each new event seems like, "I've heard this before" still most people are not even aware of the danger from 3 -11 or the danger that remains. Keep up the good work – thank you


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            • Passive McMutagens Passive McMutagens

              Enenews is in a class of its own. People will complain about anything I deal with it all day at work. This website is the most vital resource we have against this nuclear cabal set on our destruction. Admins please don't think it goes unnoticed that this site is always functioning well and very active. There is a decorum of respect and class here and it reflects well on anti-nuke in general


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            • vicky13 vicky13

              THANK YOU so much for this site.

              vicky in ottawa


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            • newsblackoutUSA newsblackoutUSA

              First of all, any of us who come here for valuable information and can afford even $1 have you donated it to this site? Those of you can afford more, have you cut a check for say $10, $25, $50 or $500???

              Enenews, I take no offense to the ads that come up because I know they are paying for this valuable website. Actually, when it is a major corp like GE I always click their so those mofos will help pay for their own demise. It has actually become a game. When it is a small business I refrain.

              Heh, everyone, support Enenews and click those GE ads so they will send a nice fat check to one of the most valuable nuclear information hubs on the net.

              Many blessings and much love to Enenews.


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            • newsblackoutUSA newsblackoutUSA

              1st, thank you Enenews, 2nd, any of us who come here for valuable information and can afford even $1 have you donated it to this site? Those of you can afford more, have you cut a check for say $10, $25, $50 or $500???

              Enenews, I take no offense to the ads that come up because I know they are paying for this valuable website. Actually, when it is a major corp like GE I always click their so those mofos will help pay for their own demise. It has actually become a game. When it is a small business I refrain.

              Heh, everyone, support Enenews and click those GE ads so they will send a nice fat check to one of the most valuable nuclear information hubs on the net.

              Many blessings and much love to Enenews.


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            • mairs mairs

              I love your site. Thank you for everything you do. You update it constantly, even on weekends, and its very apparent how dedicated you are to getting this info out there. I've been reading here since 2011. Thank you!


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            • nohobear nohobear

              Please don't let the complainers get to you. You are doing an invaluable service and should be praised for your work. Enenews is a lifeline of sanity for many of us.


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          • Phil Shiffley Phil Shiffley

            You have to give the admin a break here. If you're on a housing blog you get Bank of America and Hovnarian ads even though those people get ranked over the coals the whole day. You're on Zero Hedge you get financial adverts. Again often the same people getting skewered in the articles. Google just does a keyword search and does plug and play. On other boards we can afford to laugh. I do understand the odds are a little higher on this subject matter but the admin throws a lot of info at us as a free service. Much of the detail I find here I can't easily find anywhere else. I think as guests here we should all remember that.


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            • Cisco Cisco

              Thanks PS…good heads-up, good info.


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              • Without paid advertising I doubt this site could afford to keep running. There is no other site like this anywhere. I am personally grateful for all the work Mr. Enenews does for us. A great service to string news items from around the world to credibly report what Fox and CBC won't. Unless you can afford to donate large sums of money to Enenews, be grateful for all paid advertising that keeps this ship afloat.
                I get a lot of local beer advertising. Big deal.
                Thank you Enenews for all your hard work. Peace.


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                • ENENews

                  Having a pretty bad day dealing with tech support and some other issues, but after reading those comments there's a big smile on my face. Thanks everyone… now excuse me I gotta go get mad at some people.


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                  • Thank you from the bottom of my heart, Admin. I haven't sent this to you yet, but I included Enenews in the FAQ portion of my menu (in response to "Do you have Wif-wi?") at my cafe in Nicaragua.

                    http://www.picassodreams.com/files/el-gato-negro-menu-2.pdf

                    Speaking of Facebook, just in case you skipped over the last part of Rule #2, the owner of El Gato Negro who succumbed to the peer pressure of superficial social media started the El Gato Negro Facebook page and invites you to like El Gato Negro on Facebook if you are so inclined. The other owner who has not sold out her privacy, freedom of expression and individuality and who has obviously taken editorial control of this menu is not offended if you do not like us on Facebook. She assumes you Love us and don’t want to sell out by hitting something as boring as a “Like” button. pyāra aura śānti. She would prefer you to commit Facebook suicide and go to http://www.enenews.com and see what is happening with Fukushima, the giant sinkhole in Louisiana and the ongoing oil seeping from the floor by BP’s Macondo Well in the Gulf of Mexico. Rob really wants you to like us on Facebook, though. El Gato Negro likes enenews, too.


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                  • Johnny Blade Johnny Blade

                    YAAYY!!FINALLY able to log in as ME with my cyber-illiterate self!!LOL! ENEnews and all my pals here who vindicate me re:my "insane" obsession with negative things that aren't found in MSM,so-called "news" venues about the biggest,harshest & IMO MOST IMPORTANT of the bad things done to the world by a few a-holes-FUKUSHIMA(until we'd ALL been FUKuD,that is)and just recently began being mentioned in newscasts every other day in small ways that don't do much to spread the word,but only covers their asse(t)s in advance for the outcry from their viewers who WILL ask "WHY" didn't their trusted news sources warn them?99% of us have been wondering WHY since the blackout was ordered by TPTB-who coincidentally(?) own both the media and the companies(& govt.'s)who OWN them ALL,but WE know/knew the answer to that via their actions,not their answers or lack thereof. Unfortunately the irradiated & dying masses have had the apathy,ignorance & self-annihilation efficiently programmed into their psyche all too well. Had scientists dedicated their time & efforts towards preventing the Fukushima's,TMI's,Chernobyl's,etc. BEFORE they occurred instead of brainwashing technology efficiently erasing common-sense & the preservation of life & NATURE we wouldn't be where we now are-"on the BRINK"! :( If my reality-based stance on nuclear,my gratitude & respect for ENEnews & the Group & efforts to spotlight the issue(s) makes me crazy-then I'm proud to be a psycho!! :)


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                    • Johnny Blade Johnny Blade

                      P.S., THANKS ADMIN!!-for ALL that you do and have done from the get-go!! Sincere, warm handshakes & hugs to you & all my peeps!! :) Missed you guys & guys!! TTYL


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                    • Johnny Blade Johnny Blade

                      oops, guys & "GALS" that is! lol


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                    • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

                      Couldn't have said it better! Thanks Johnny Blade!


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                    • or-well

                      Johnny Blade -
                      good to see you around and not, umm, "neutralized"!


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                    • Johnny Blade Johnny Blade

                      Thanks obewan & or-well, After months of not having internet access I'm back & able to get online for a bit every day or so when my caregiver duties for my wife allows. The short reprieve from my 24/7 responsibilities is over now though since we had to move to my mother-in law's to help her with her husband who is in hospice for 4 individual stage 4+ cancers while my my wife's prognosis was suddenly changed now to include a 90% likelihood of recurrence and the anxiety of learning that they now say she must have her remaining breast and her ovaries,etc. removed to prevent the cancer from returning??!!(if it hasn't already)& the seizures resulting from said anxiety has me scrambling from one end of the house to the other picking them up off the floors they fell on & cleaning up shit,piss & puke. I suppose my spouse's "round 2" treatment plan will include more chemo & radiation therapy in addition to surgeries which IMO will see them "gutting her like a fish"(?)-but as an aside the special DNA testing ordered via the head oncologist's theory that her cancer is hereditary in nature will also expose the markers which would prove that her cancer(s) are the result of exposure to (Fukushima?) radiation exposure-which would offer little consolation but nonetheless useful information for me & those of us building a case designed to take down the nuclear regime responsible & hold them accountable.Glad yrs ago I'd been able to enjoy CA beaches b4 they were(as)toxic. :(


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          • mairs mairs

            My ads are completely different, for electronics parts and a thermographic device. The ads are dependent on the searches you've done on your computer.


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    • VanneV anne

      I've never had a GE ad. Just click on the x in the upper right corner if you hate an ad. It is specific to your computer. enenews doesn't have anything to do with ads. Only you can determine your ads.


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  • Well, yeah. they sure are a great experiment on radiation exposure.
    Only this jaded man thinks that all the nuke bomb testing done in the fifties elicited covert medical record studying and they know that yeah a bunch of people/children will get cancer and die from this but enough people will not get sick enough to stop working for the economy which is their economy for them and not our economy for us. Another kick in the head for Americans as it takes Al Jazeera, a middle east feed to tell it as it is. So happy Obummer is rooting out terrorism, eh? Wonder what Fox is reporting on. Oh another Californian wildfire. Well thats newsworthy, no? Obummer is going into Syria. F@ck radiation killing our Pacific, the real threat is Syria. OK maybe Americans really are asleep at the wheel. Only way it makes sense for this Canadian. Not to say most Canadians arn't nodding off, cause they are. Still I had a nice swim in the ocean today with my daughter. But no I won't take her for Sushi in case they use Fuki rice. I think when these idiot scientists say its safe in the west coast they are playing a game of extrapolating the minor radiation that is in the sea water on the west coast diluted but not taking into account the bio accumulation effect of eating a salmon that has spent four years somewhere in the pacific eating other fish that have been maybe close to Japan. Scientists really know very little and can't honestly say its safe. But sadly the Japanese are Fukued


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  • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

    Yes, sadly the Japanese are Fukued and when they go down (which will be soon) we all go down hard!

    The Russians sadly will do/achieve nothing for this situation except poison lots of good people until the next one (NPP) blows!


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  • VanneV anne

    This is not an experiment. They already know what is going to happen to radiation exposed people. It is just a terrible ELE accident caused by the hubris and stupidity of the nuclear industry who loves killing people. Misery loves company. These people are killing themselves because they love killing other people. I think this is one of the definitions of a psychopath. Some people go into nuclear because of the propaganda of academic institutions. To stay with nuclear requires a complete disconnect with the real world. The nuclear whistle blowers are the heroes of all generations.

    We should nominate for a Nobel peace prize all the whistleblowers and brave journalists, including enenews.com, who are educating us about the grave dangers of nuclear technology.


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  • Mack Mack

    Dr. Busby says he thinks Fukushima Reactor 4 suffered a Nuclear Explosion!

    He thinks tank ran dry and there was a meltdown of a significant proportion of the fuel elements of the tank.

    And it will be the equivalent of 50-100 Chernobyl accidents if Reactor 4 goes.

    Listen @ around 29:00

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=R8DPbt5PUjQ


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    • ion jean ion jean

      If thats the Busby/Jones interview on Infowars, it's fantastic and a must-see for all enenewsers…

      Andrew Kishner grilled Dr. Busby pretty harshly on his nuclear crimes website, but in this interview Dr. Chris goes out of his way to not minimize atmospheric weapons test fallout in the US, which I felt was directly addressing Kishner's critique.

      I love them both dearly and want them to get along, for the sake of my descendants and all good life on earth.


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    • hbjon hbjon

      Most definitely worth watching. Busby danced around a couple of tough questions by Jones, and kept some of his cards close to the vest. The men are true heroes of the times. Wise ole Uncle Chris and Brother Alex tell us quite a bit in this video.


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  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

    Human experimentation..
    The collaboration between the Japanese government and the US government..is conducting a test.
    And you and me..and themselves..

    We are still allowed indignation?..resentment..pain?
    It always ok..when 'the shoe is on the other foot'.
    Ya..but this time there will be not standing back in tidy natural observation.
    And those ..for instance…the staff at Fukushima Hospital(those busy covering up the effects) are just as much as an experiment as the patient lying there.
    Alea iacta est… the 'die has been cast'.


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  • Sickputer

    Admin: thanks for your tireless work on this website.

    The ads from nuclear companies are great… They are paying for the eventual end of the sick industry.

    Keep your friends close and your enemies closer.

    All the best,

    SP


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  • flatsville

    I use multiple browsers. Have Ad Blocker and usually don't see the ads. Get it and stop complaining about the ads!

    Good job admin.

    I think this insular group of largely non-activist keyboard commandos has hit the wall when Admin becomes the focus of complaints.

    Keep up the good work Admin. Get some sleep…zzz


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    • Cisco Cisco

      flatsville…I think that was a cheap shot, "insular group of largely non-activist keyboard commandos". To be an activist, one doesn't have to put one's person in direct fire from the psychopaths.

      Activism can be the dissemination of facts and truth from "keyboard commandos", who write letters, post comments, send posts to news outlets, email their elected representatives, email their associates and friends, et al.

      There are reporters in the MSM that are looking at ENENEWS.com everyday, waiting for the opportunity to deliver the real questions and the real story within their editors' discretion. Destinations like ENENEWS.com are what motivates activists; their significance can not be understated.

      Thanks to the "keyboard Commandos"…go folks!


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      • flatsville

        Been here since 2011 largely lurking and reading. As of late the ridiculous and non-sensical postings of those who have nothing to say other than ELE Prepare Consciousness Spoon etc…have only contributed to the noise side of the signal to noise ratio of those who do honest on line research.

        I do not need their "spiritual" guidance. I find it just as offensive as those who make more overt religious arguments re: who is to blame and who will be punished.

        I refer people to this site for info and they have to wade through an enormous amount of junk posts that render the credibility of the news sources linked and the work of the serious watchers doubtful.

        We need a special forum for the consciousness-religious-mysticism posters to enjoy all on their own. It is "off topic" and offensive to many who may in fact hold other beliefs, but don't complain because the whole "consciousness" thing has been the "cool" / "deep" thing. It is a form of evangelism.


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        • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

          You sound like one of those complainers and this site is a godsend for millions who have come and gone.

          This my friend is how the force works and its not up to you or me or others to control the thoughts and content in any way. You still have much to learn about the force my friend.

          This is a very intense education and learning curve that is being displayed here on these pages within all the links proffered up daily by enenewers participants and yes its all free.

          This is an direct line education and communion portal for those that desire to learn the truth that has been kept away from them purposefully and then controlled by others. wink! wink!

          I have thousand of links available for you to personally peruse read too and the last 15 years of my life has been time well spent actually reading them. The quest/time is the journey.

          WE should thank all those that share this important dire information with others freely and who then dedicate so much of their professional and personal time with intent and this intent is to help save future generations from what we have seen experienced by those we have lost, and/or will lose soon and/or in the near future.

          There are massive cathedrals built everywhere for your personal needs, wants and enjoyment and for your tithings. Pretty sure the big guy upstairs might disagree somewhat with their current approach but then what do I know. To each his own they say or is it wink! wink!

          Hope you are reading each link displayed!


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  • Auntie Nuke

    Speaking as another news aggregator, for Nuclear Hotseat, I understand exactly how exhausting it is to maintain a weekly let alone daily presence on the web, let alone the subject matter with which we deal. Admin on this site is providing a service to humanity as the one place we can all go to know what other news is out there. On my visits to enenews, I used to get promose to take a virtual tour of San Onofre and see how safe it was! Sponsored by SCE. They filter for similar interests and keywords, not whether one is pro or anti. Every time I saw SanO showing up, I had to laugh at SCE's lost advertising pennies and hope it would multiply by gazillions.

    Meanwhile, kudos and the thanks of humanity for Admin who has taken this one and has not failed us, not once. As for the rest of you – find something in this issue that you not only feel passionate about, but that you're willing to WORK ON passionately in the analog world, and then go do it. Commenting on FB may feel good, but we need every foot soldier on the ground because if this isn't the true battle of Armageddon, I don't know what is.

    And Nuclear Hotseat owes a debt of gratitude to ene; it would be a much poorer weekly podcast without the support of this site.


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  • Auntie Nuke

    That's "promos" and "commenting passionately on ene or fb."


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  • NeverAnyDanger

    Thanks admin – I'd rather you spend your time keeping us updated with the news. You do a great job! I've been here since 3/11 and it's the only site I check daily and the only site that aggregates the news for me. Maybe some people are taking their anger over Fukushima out on you!


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  • NeverAnyDanger

    Everybody is part of a massive non-consensual experiment on radiation exposure. During the atmospheric testing they decided when to test a bomb by where the winds were blowing.

    If the winds were headed towards Las Vegas they didn't explode the bomb. But they picked Utah as a good place for the fallout to go because people there were a "low use segment of the population." A quote from government documents. If anyone still thinks the government cares they should read:

    American Ground Zero: The Secret Nuclear War by Carole Gallagher

    They also tracked the fallout clouds to find out the health effects. The radiation cloud from one of the 'oops' bombs that was bigger than expected drifted over Albany NY where leukemia rates soared later.


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  • SS4U SS4U

    Dear enenews:
    Thank you for your site and all you do to keep the information coming.
    I have recommended your site to those who want the facts.

    Gotta tell you that you have enemies who would like to see your site down. Watch for dirty tricks such as
    viruses or Trojans passed onto to site visitors and causing loading problems. Visitors need to
    make sure their anti virus and anti malware is up to date and running.
    Thank u again and again


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  • lickerface lickerface

    Enenews, why has the site been loading very slowly and sometimes down during the last week? Can u look into this? It seems likean attack.


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  • irhologram

    Yourtube news has also been affected. During this past week, this site was so slow, I just don't see how folks got through to post… Could it affect some more than others?


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  • own_quality

    We would be lost is useless misinformation without ENEnews. This site might just save the world if it's not already too late.


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