Why A West Coast Radiation Alert Is Mandatory (Video) (cleveland etc. tell truth-we live - lie we die)

Submitted by Quest-News-Serv... on Tue, 12/31/2013 - 18:27.

“The complete denial of Radiation Poisoning and the lockout of the true readings and computer models that exist make the US Government complicit in the genocide of Americans – ‘They lie we die.’” — Steve Quayle via email.

In order to understand the immediate danger to the US west coast and Canada from the newest revelation from TEPCO that steam is rising from the Unit #3 reactor, which could be indicative of another meltdown in progress at Japan’s Fukushima nuclear plant, which was crippled and suffered multiple meltdowns after the 2011 great earthuake and tsunami, one has to look at what the previous meltdowns caused in the nearly three years since the original disaster.

Note- When I say immediate danger, it means the radiation coming across the Pacific into the US and Canada now, which doesn’t mean people will instantly drop dead, but the effects of radiation on the body slowly kills.

Despite naysayers and the MSM being ordered to lie, claiming there is no danger, experts disagree and studies show the damage and health effects are already being seen from the radiation from the initial event in 2011.


Via the Open Journal of Pediatrics in March 2013, two years after the Fukushima meltdowns, which TEPCO didn’t admit happens until a much later date when it couldn’t be covered up any longer.

Various reports indicate that the incidence of congenital hypothyroidism is increasing in developed nations, and that improved detection and more inclusive criteria for the disease do not explain this trend entirely. One risk factor documented in numerous studies is exposure to radioactive iodine found in nuclear weapons test fallout and nuclear reactor emissions. Large amounts of fallout disseminated worldwide from the meltdowns in four reactors at the Fukushima-Dai-ichi plant in Japan beginning March 11, 2011 included radioiodine isotopes. Just days after the meltdowns, I-131 concentrations in US precipitation was measured up to 211 times above normal. Highest levels of I-131 and airborne gross beta were documented in the five US States on the Pacific Ocean. The number of congenital hypothyroid cases in these five states from March 17-December 31, 2011 was 16% greater than for the same period in 2010, compared to a 3% decline in 36 other US States (p < 0.03). The greatest divergence in these two groups (+28%) occurred in the period March 17-June 30 (p < 0.04).

Via NYR Natural News:

In 36 other US states outside of the exposure zone, the risk of congenital hypothyroidism decreased by 3% – a finding that researchers believe may serve as further proof that Fukushima had something to do with the unusually high results found on the West Coast.

Since we are focusing here on the effects for Canada and the west coast of the US from a another possible meltdown, if that is what the steam rising in December from Fukushima’s Unit #3 reactor means, I will simply link to two urls for the effects via the Pacific ocean and the damage to the foodchain, which we are at the top of.





TEPCO has recently admitted that steam is rising from the Unit #3 reactor, via ENENews, seen on three to four days in a one week period, the quote below is from the December 27th:

At around 7:00 am on December 27, and confirmed by the camera that from Unit 3 reactor building, 5th floor near the center, steam is generated. Have not been identified abnormal plant conditions of 54 minutes at 7:00 am the same day, the indicated value of the monitoring post (meteorological data of 50 minutes at 7:00 am, 5.1 ℃ temperature, 93.1% humidity).

TEPCO workers cannot go in to find out the cause because the radiation levels are too high.

NOTE- The original meltdowns occurred in March 2011, but it wasn’t until months later that TEPCO and Japan admitted they did indeed happen.

In a recent article I quoted TRN, to which many claimed they sounded a premature or false alert warning the west coast of the possible dangers if this news of steam once again rising from the Fukushima unit #3 reactor did mean another meltdown, but they specifically said “possible onslaught of dangerous atmospheric radiation from the Fukushima nuclear disaster site in Japan.”

Possible, not definite, because even TEPCO cannot enter to see if a meltdown is occurring, so no one knows for sure, only that there is the possibility and after seeing what the previous meltdowns had already done on the west coast and elsewhere, and to the sea life in the Pacific ocean, people have to ask themselves the following question:

“Would you rather wait months to find out that a deadly plume was already affecting your life and your health and that of your family, as happened in 2011 to present day, or would you rather know so whatever protective measures are available to you can be implemented before it is too late?”

The MSM is already ignoring the whole problem…… does that mean everyone should?

Here is an analogy to consider, when a siren goes off in a town or city announcing a possible tornado because one was spotted touching down elswhere, should people consider that warning a waste of time or frear mongering if the tornado doesn’t hit their town or be thankful that if it had, they were warned and could seek safe shelter?





Susan Duclos owns/writes Wake up America



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Radiation stickers and tablets for thyroid

Very cheap radiation sticks on Amazon, and the pills to take to fill your thyroid so it won't be destroyed.

Search for what to do radiation, there are lots of pages telling you what to do in such an event, but you must prepare ahead of time, getting plastic and duct tape to seal your windows, storing food and water and tablets/iodine/plain bleach to keep the water. Aquatainers in Wal-Marts camping session are the best. You aren't to go outside for two weeks, dirty must be scraped before planting, don't eat foods exposed to radiation, or animals.

This is not the only danger, in their attempt to move stuff from Fukishima, many times more radiation than Cherboynl could be release into the Pacific to float to the US, poisoning fish on its way.