Tuesday, December 17, 2013

Late Classic Industrial Era:U.S. Navy Sailors First Documented American Victims Of Fukushima Radiation Poisoning

Late Classic Industrial Era:U.S.Navy Sailors First Documented American Victims Of Fukushima Radiation Poisoning

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The Classic Maya Collapse refers to the decline of the Mayan Classic Period and ... the Early Classic period, well before the episodes of Late Classic collapse.

In light of what we and our white racist Zionist  Israeli and UK masters led us into  in Iraq and Falluja and the Middle East with our depleted uranium weapons of mass destruction I suppose any good Budhist would just tell us to consifder our karma and I guess they would be correct.Even Japan's Fukushima that threatens to do us all long term damage in the end is as much or much more so our and the military industrial terrorists
of GE's doing as anyones.
Little black Rambo Barack Obama or Barry Soetoro or whatever his name is and his black Jewish bitch wife may as well sendd their daughters to Israel so the apartheid government of Benjamin Netanyu who he loves so much can sterilize them as he does black Jewish Ethiopians.It would be better for them and the daughters of W Bush and Bill and  Hillary Clinton as well.

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Tuesday, December 17, 2013


In 2011, the aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan assisted with rescue operations after the Fukushima earthquake and nuclear disaster.
At least 51 members of the crew of the USS Ronald Reagan have now developed radiation-related illnesses.
It is thought that the ship's desalinization systems took in radioactive water which the crew drank, cooked with and bathed-in.

51 Sailors from USS Ronald Reagan Suffering Thyroid Cancer, Leukemia, Brain Tumors After Participating in Fukushima Nuclear Rescue Efforts

Charles Bonner, attorney representing sailors from the USS Ronald Reagan said "They have testicular cancer, they have thyroid cancers, they have leukemias, they have rectal and gynecological bleeding, a host of problems that they did not have before ...
"People are going blind, pilots who had perfect eyesight but now have tumors on the brain. And it’s only been 3 years since they went in."
Many Gulf War Veterans have been afflicted with Leukemia, Lymphoma, Multiple Myeloma, or Hodgkin’s Disease.

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US Energy Secretary “shocked” and “stunned” after being at Fukushima plant

Statement from U.S. Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz Regarding Fukushima,
Editor’s note: Not sure why he is quoting Obama as a savant, considering under his tutelage the EPA radiation detectors were shuttered and a full-fledge cover-up put into place.
The Obama regime is corrupt. No credit, here, will be given to it.
Not a word prior to this was said by the US government about this international disaster.
Nov. 1, 2013:
“On Friday, I made my first visit to the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station. It is stunning that one can see firsthand the destructive force of the tsunami even more than two and a half years after the tragic events.  The words of President Obama following the incident still hold true today: ‘The Japanese people are not alone in this time of great trial and sorrow. Across the Pacific, they will find a hand of support extended from the United States as they get back on their feet.’ My colleagues from the Department of Energy and I are grateful for the cooperation and openness of our host, TEPCO President Hirose, and his dedicated staff. They face a daunting task in the cleanup and decommissioning of Fukushima Daiichi, one that will take decades and is being carried out under very challenging conditions. The TEPCO workforce is facing unprecedented challenges and is clearly focused on devising and implementing solutions.
“From the beginning, the United States has worked to support the Government of Japan in the immediate response efforts and in recovery, decommissioning, and cleanup activities. Within days of the accident, the Department of Energy sent a team of 34 experts and more than 17,000 pounds of equipment in support of efforts to manage the crisis. I was able to witness firsthand the continuing partnership between TEPCO and U.S. agencies and companies.
“The DOE, our national labs, and U.S. companies will continue to offer our experience and capabilities to assist the Japanese government and TEPCO, especially with regard to water contamination issues.  On Thursday, we were able to meet with Prime Minister Abe, METI Minister Motegi, and other senior members of the Japanese government. Their commitment to advancing the Convention on Supplementing Compensation of Nuclear Liability is much appreciated, since this will facilitate the further engagement of U.S. and other companies in Fukushima cleanup.
“We also witnessed the progress being made on spent fuel removal activities in parallel with the water challenges. It appears that spent nuclear fuel will begin to be removed from Unit 4 as scheduled in mid-November. This will be significant milestone for TEPCO and the Japanese Government and in the process of decommissioning the site.
“As Japan continues to chart its sovereign path forward on the cleanup at the Fukushima site and works to determine the future of their energy economy, the United States stands ready to continue assisting our partners in this daunting yet indispensable task. The United States and Japan created the Bilateral Commission to strengthen our strategic and practical engagement on civil nuclear R&D, Fukushima cleanup, emergency response, nuclear safety regulatory matters, and nuclear security and nonproliferation, and we look forward to the commission meeting next week in Washington, D.C.”
NHK WORLD, Oct. 31, 2013: Ernest Moniz [...] in his speech in Tokyo on Thursday [...] said the success of the cleanup of areas around the Fukushima plant and decommissioning of reactors have global significance. Moniz said the US has a direct interest in seeing the next steps are done efficiently and safely.
AP, Nov. 2, 2013: In a speech Thursday in Tokyo, [Moniz] said “the success of the cleanup also has global significance. So we all have a direct interest in seeing that the next steps are taken well, efficiently and safely.”
NHK, Nov. 2, 2013: Ernest Moniz spoke to NHK on Saturday in Tokyo, one day after visiting the Fukushima Daiichi plant. Moniz said he was shocked to see the scale of the damage that remains more than 2 and half years after the tsunami disaster and the nuclear accident. He said he also sensed how difficult work at the plant is with workers required to wear full face masks and other protective gear.
Watch the NHK interview here
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