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Facts about Fukushima

A recent query put to the Psyclone Facebook page regarding possible links between the Fukushima nuclear incident and the Schmallenberg virus prompted some research over the last week, which in turn has led to this post.

There is a substantial amount of data in and linked to in this post. The subject is so important that I recommend setting aside enough time to properly assess the information. The page can be saved as a pdf for more convenient examination.

Briefly then, in March, 2011 an incident at the Fukushima nuclear facility on northern Honshu island in Japan destroyed parts of the plant and released radioactive material into the environment. The Schmallenberg Virus (SBV) is the name given to an animal illness that was first identified in August 2011 in cattle in the Netherlands and Germany. SBV causes congenital defects in lambs, kids and calves.  Reports of animals displaying SBV symptoms have since come from Germany, France, Holland and Belgium, England, Luxembourg,  Italy and  Spain.

Common knowledge states that the incident that damaged the plant was a 9.0 earthquake followed by a tsunami. As is often the case ‘common knowledge’ is in fact an understanding of something arrived at through information that has come from a state outlet (education and/or media). As is also often the case with common knowledge, full comprehension of the subject is limited or absent primarily because of the type of information that comes through state outlets. Personal research, which takes time and a fair amount of discernment, often compiles a different picture.

And so it was with this subject, which when looked at closely presents the possibility that the Fukushima disaster may in fact have been caused by an act of war under the cover of an environmental disaster. Freelance investigative journalist, Jim Stone has put together a comprehensive article (which saves to a 28-page PDF), which is a must read for the data provided, data of the kind you won’t find floating in the mainstream.

Data from other sources (also not disseminated through the mainstream media) suggests that directed energy emitted from transmitters used in the High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program (HAARP) may have been responsible for inducing the earthquake.

Those pathological skeptics whose knees are jerking with the above statement should consider a comment made by US Secretary of Defense William S. Cohen in April 1997 in his address at the Conference on Terrorism, Weapons of Mass Destruction, and US Strategy at the University of Georgia, “Others are engaging even in an eco-type terrorism whereby they can alter the climate, set off earthquakes, volcanoes remotely through the use of electromagnetic waves”.

The following link to more information about the incident and specific aspects mentioned above:

“Planetary Genocide”: Fukushima One Year Later : The Poisoning of Planet Earth


New NASA research points to possible HAARP connection in Japan earthquake, tsunami

Leuren Moret: Fukushima HAARP nuclear attack by CIA, DOE, BP for London banks

NSA virus “Stuxnet” hacked Fukushima before HAARP caused earthquake?

Leuren Moret: Fukushima Tectonic Nuclear Warfare Monitored by World HAARP Partners

Cause for Alarm: HAARP, Fukushima Radiation and Agenda 21

HAARP Spreads Fukushima Radiation Around World

The condition labelled the Schmallenberg virus, named after the town in Germany where it was said to have first appeared, can cause abortions, stillbirths, and foetal abnormalities in ruminants. Earlier symptoms detected have been fever, milk-drop syndrome (lowered or dropped yield) and diarrhoea.

The Animal Health and Veterinary Laboratories Agency identifies Schmallenberg as one of a group of viruses typically primarily spread by biting insect vectors, such as midges and mosquitoes, although the routes of Schmallenberg  transmission have not yet been confirmed.

The fact is that the vector spread theory isn’t supported by the progression of cases around Europe. Not only have routes of transmission not been confirmed, also unconfirmed is that this condition is actually caused by a virus, despite mainstream media regurgitation and repetition of sound-bytes that give the impression otherwise. What isn’t being mentioned in any mainstream outlet is that Schmallenberg symptoms are disturbingly similar to radiation sickness and the congenital  effects of radiation exposure.

In fact the reports of sick seals, walruses and polar bears in Alaska, contaminated fish in Japan and off the coast of America shouldn’t come as a surprise after workers at Fukushima pumped thousands of tons of seawater over reactors last year to prevent a complete meltdown of the reactor cores. The Chinese State Oceanic Administration has reported widespread levels of highly radioactive contamination throughout the Pacific Ocean. By July 4th 2011 cesium and Strontium-90 radiation levels were up to 300 and 100 times higher than concentration levels detected in water off the coast of China. The isotopes found in fish caught off the coast of California were cesium-134 and cesium-13. Neither exist in nature but are produced only in nuclear explosions such as the weapons tests of the Cold War era.

From the time of the incident to date, finding accurate data has been made more difficult by the fact that, typically, technical information and scientific data from the government agencies (all government agencies!) have been and are subject to variation due to political expediency.

But we don’t need ‘experts’ to tell us that we’re in a lot of trouble. In fact,  trusting experts and authority mouthpieces to inform and advise us on this matter will land us in more trouble than we’re already in.  Consider this:

  • The detection of radiation in fish mentioned above happened in May 2011, but mainstream US news agencies have only just begun to report it.
  • Last year the US Food and Drug Administration said that North Pacific fish are so unlikely to be contaminated by radioactive material from the crippled nuclear plant in Japan that there would be no reason to test them, “the ocean is so huge and Alaska fisheries so far away that there is no realistic threat,” said FDA spokeswoman Siobhan DeLancey.
  • President Barack Obama reinforced the policy implemented by local health authorities of discouraging people  from preparing personal radiation strategies such as purchasing potassium iodide pills. “The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and public health experts do not recommend people in the U.S. take precautionary measures beyond staying informed,” said Obama, which is precisely what those affected by both Chernobyl and the 3 Mile Island accident were told. Potassium iodide’s ability to protect against radioactively-induced cancer is well-known. If the thyroid contains sufficient amounts of non-radioactive iodine, this prevents the uptake of the radioactive molecules, which are subsequently excreted. (As with all mineral supplements, naturally occurring iodine is preferable. See future ‘SHTF’ posts for more data)
  •  Canadian government officials reassured Canadians that the radioactivity from Fukushima posed zero health risks despite massive amounts of radioactive material from Fukushima being detected in March and April 20011 at monitoring stations across the country.
  • A single report has come out of Japan that the Japanese government  cooperating with the UN World Food Programme and the British Ministry of Foreign Affairs operated ODA (Official Development Assistance) to send processed marine products made in the areas affected by the earthquake and tsunami. The canned fish from Tohoku  will go to Cambodia and 4 other countries and will be used in school lunches to feed school children.  The stated reason for the project is to promote the recovery of fisheries industry in the disaster-affected areas and to dispel baseless rumours that food in Japan is contaminated with radioactive materials. (Despite the number of investigators and researchers looking into this, there has been no official confirmation or denial of the report. This type of involvement on the part of the World Food Programme wouldn’t be out of character for an organisation that in 2002 was revealed to have been secretly dumping unauthorised GM material into food aid for seven years.

I could go on, but it should be obvious that, as I said, trusting experts and authority mouthpieces to inform and advise us on this matter will land us in more trouble than we’re already in

So, what to do?

Fortunately, there are strategies that we all can adopt that will mitigate the presence of raised levels of radiation in the environment and food chain. The kind of strategy I will focus on in coming posts will be foods and other substances that can be ingested which help displace radioactive particles out of the body.

Knowledge is power. Your ignorance is their bliss

2 Responses

  1. Big thank you for writing about this, its massively important xx

    • Jane,

      Thanks for taking the time to comment. I’d say it’s a pleasure, but it wasn’t. Reading up on this was disturbing and left me properly concerned (read:freaked!) I remember the Chernobyl incident and have seen what’s happened to that part of Belarus and its people. I cried to see orphanages and asylums full of children either dying from untreatable cancers or suffering a congenitally defected life

      As you say, this information is massively important, One of the most important things about informing ourselves with information like this is the realisation, as I point out, that we can’t trust authorities to do what’s best for us. Regarding the Fukushima incident, the how, why and who isn’t as important as what we, that is each one of us, can do to protect ourselves and each other.


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