Waterworld and Mad Max, Combined

Wednesday, November 13, 2013
By Paul Martin

By Kathy Malloy

While the American media is focused on pro-football bullying and the possible presidential ambitions of Gov. Chris Christie, news of the Fukushima crisis barely registers a blip on the telescreens. Even though life on earth — as we know it — is at stake.

The world is reeling from the tragic disaster in the Philippines, leaving at least 10,000 dead and devastating the island nation. The tsunami that struck Japan in 2011 crippled the Fukushima nuclear power plant, and unless drastic measures are taken to contain the radiation, the deadly contamination could stretch across the pacific ocean into North America. A clean-up effort is underway to move the leaking fuel rods to “safer” containers, which could lead to a fresh disaster.

Jonathon Landsman, writing for Natural News, has this to say:

“Humanity seems to have an insatiable need to feel ‘normal’ — especially after horrible events like 9/11 and Fukushima. But, as noble as it may appear to put terrible episodes behind us, we can’t neglect even bigger threats ahead of us. For generations to come, highly-toxic radioactive particles like, Cs-137 and Strontium-90 will cause a staggering number of cancers, injury and death to millions of people — worldwide. Those ‘in the know’ must do everything in their power to protect themselves and share this news with family and friends.

“In the next 18 months. Contractors, already proven to be incompetent, plan to move a huge stock-pile of damaged (highly-radioactive) fuel rods to ‘safer’ ground. Once you understand the magnitude of this project — you quickly realize what’s at stake.”

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