Fukushima: Media blackout on an ongoing crisis
By Mitch Santell
25 July 2013
It would be reasonable to assume that the devastating effects of the Fukushima disaster, by orders of magnitude thousands times greater than Chernobyl, could be readily found at various government web sites or at any number of media outlets.
The truth, however, is that there is a virtual blackout of information pertaining to this event and the damage that is still taking place all over the world, including and especially to the west coast of the United States. The image (at left) is a global map of of radiation (source NOAA) spewing from the Fukushima nuclear power plant, which was one of the topics discussed on The Hagmann & Hagmann Report with New Zealand resident and researcher Rose Paige.
Ms. Paige is the founder of The Con Trail web site, a social network focused on research of such events. Ms. Paige and the research network is headquartered on the South Island of New Zealand. It has a large number of members from all over the globe who are interested in digging in and getting the truth about Fukushima and other earth changing events.
In addition to the discussion about Fukushima, the interview also included information about the Christ Church Earthquake and the oil drilling off the New Zealand coast by the American Oil company Anadarko. Is there a relationship between the two? It was disclosed that Anadarko is using a new “untested” drilling mechanism as well. Is it possible that this “drill bit” is causing all kinds of problems for the South Island and hurting the people, the animals and the environment? What is the “money trail” between Anadarko and certain well-known U.S. contractors?