British Government Devised Propaganda Campaign To Downplay Fukushima
British Government Devised Propaganda Campaign,
To Downplay Fukushima Daichi Nuclear Disaster
(By P. J. Watson @ Infwoars.Com)
Just 48 hours after the onset of the Fukushima nuclear disaster in Japan, the British government devised a propaganda campaign to downplay the severity of the crisis, a talking point that was hastily parroted by leading ‘global warming’ alarmist, George Monbiot. “Internal emails seen by the Guardian, show how the business and energy departments worked closely behind the scenes with the multinational companies EDF Energy, Areva and Westinghouse to try to ensure the accident did not derail their plans for a new generation of nuclear stations in the UK,” reports Rob Edwards. “We need to ensure the anti-nuclear chaps and chapesses do not gain ground on this. We need to occupy the territory and hold it. We really need to show the safety of nuclear,” wrote one official at the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS). “Anti-nuclear people across Europe have wasted no time blurring this all into Chernobyl and the works,” said the BIS official in another email. “We need to quash any stories trying to compare this to Chernobyl.” (Grab The ‘Rest of The Story,’ HERE!)
Radiation In Our Food
(By Chris Kilham @ FoxNews.Com)
Though the horrendous tsunami that hit Japan on March 12, 2011 seems like old news in the midst of today’s headlines, the crippled nuclear power plants at Fukishima Daichi continue to spew radiation into water, air and soil, with no end in sight. Radiation tests conducted since the nuclear disaster in Japan have detected radioactive iodine and cesium in milk and vegetables produced in California. According to tests conducted by scientists at the UC Berkeley Department of Nuclear Engineering, milk from grass fed cows in Sonoma County was contaminated with cesium 137 and cesium 134. Milk sold in Arizona, Arkansas, Hawaii, Vermont and Washington has also tested positive for radiation since the accident. … Additionally, drinking water tested in some U.S. municipalities, also show radioactive contamination. Is the fallout from Fukushima Daichi falling on us? Yes, It Is … AND It Is Happening Here — On YOUR Dinner Plate.