5 More Companies Detect Radiation In Their Tea Above Legal Limits Over 300 KM From Fukushima
by Alexander Higgins
Alexander Higgins Blog
June 15, 2011
5 more companies, over 300km from Fukushima, detect radiation in their tea above legal limits after the Governor initially refused to test the tea for radiation. 10 year-olds forced to pick raw tea leaves in the rain, make it and drink it as part of a propaganda show to assure the public everything is safe.
The Prefecture Governor refused to bulk test tea in the area, declaring all tea safe after some initial tests, saying he did not want to confuse the consumer about tea safety by sending mixed messages. Very similar to the EPA declaration in the US.
Previously two companies in the same prefecture detected radiation in tea above legal limits. Japan ordered the tests to be withheld from the public to protect the local economy and prevent unnecessary panic.
Tea sold by those two companies was banned but sales from neighboring companies continued.
Test of tea from more companies detected radiation above the legal limits in 5 more companies.
10 year olds were forced to pick tea in the rain and drink it as part of propaganda show.
I previously wrote that radioactive tea was found in Japan above the legal limit over 300 miles from the Fukushima nuclear power plant, which prompted Japan to order the company not post the test results online due to fear of causing unnecessary panic.