Radiation In USA At Levels 100 Times Normal. Infants Worst Hit.

The idea that the radiation from Fukushima has spread across the Northern hemisphere is not one given over by the media. Yet, examine the evidence.

On Thursday, February 9th, 2012 the Nuclear Regulatory Commission approved the construction of two new nuclear power plants in the U.S. in the face of overwhelming evidence that not only should new permits be denied, but that current plants should be carefully and systematically shut down and decommissioned.

The fact is no nuclear power plant will ever be 100% safe. History proves they are inherently dangerous.

How has America been affected by nuclear accidents in the past? Have they ever found a place to store all the waste? What if nearly free alternative energy technology exists but is being suppressed to protect global monopolies?

The Big Ones: Three Mile Island, Chernobyl and Fukushima meltdowns.

Three Mile Island: There’s a lot to know about the meltdown that occurred south of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania on March 28th, 1979 but the most important thing to know is what the Nuclear Regulatory Agency (NRC), the Department of Energy (DOE) and TMI authorities claim has very little resemblance to what private studies have shown.

According to the Pennsylvania based non-profit citizens organization ‘Three Mile Island Alert’:
‘ [the] March, 1982, The American Journal of Public Health reported, “During the first quarter of 1978, the neonatal mortality rate within a ten-mile radius of a Three Mile Island was 8.6 and 7.6 per 1,000 births, respectively. During the first quarter of 1979, following the startup of accident prone Unit 2, the rate jumped to 17.2; it increased to 19.3 in the quarter following the accident at TMI and returned to 7.8 and 9.3, respectively, in the last two quarters of 1979.”
Three Mile Island Alert also reveals that in 1984 ‘The first Voluntary Community Health Study was undertaken by a group of local residents trained by Marjorie Aamodt. That study found a 600 percent cancer death rate increase for the three locations on the west shore of TMI directly in the plumes’ pathway.

The data were independently verified by experts from the TMI Pubic Health Fund.’
In contrast the NRC insists that ‘ although questions were raised about possible adverse effects from radiation on human, animal and plant life in the TMI area, none could be directly correlated to the accident.’

But how can this be when Three Mile Island Alerts claims ‘By 1996, the plant’s owners, codefendants and insurers have paid over $80 million in health, economic and evacuation claims, including a $1.1 million settlement for a baby born with Down’s Syndrome.’?
Chernobyl: To date, the April 26th, 1986 disaster in the Ukraine is considered the worst nuclear accident in history, and yet it is official sources who claim this, while Fukushima continues to emit radiation at staggering levels.

Again, even casual research reveals that official investigations are at best flawed, if not highly controlled by interests who stand to profit from continued ignorance on the public’s part (this includes the military as well as energy monopolies).

In the case of Chernobyl, Russia did not report the accident right away. Only after Swedish power plants detected abnormally high levels of radiation and contacted Russian authorities did they finally admit what had happened: even then it was played off as a damaged reactor, not a meltdown.

According to ‘Chernobyl: Consequences of the Catastrophe for People and the Environment‘, authored by Dr. Alexey Yablokov, Dr. Alexey Nesterenko and Dr. Vassili Nesterenko, over 985,000 people died from the accident between the years of 1986 and 2004. This stands in stark contrast to the report by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) which claims a miniscule 4,000 deaths from the meltdown and resulting contamination.

In the aforementioned book, Alexey V. Yablokov explains:
‘Problems complicating a full assessment of the effects from Chernobyl included official secrecy and falsification of medical records by the USSR for the first 3.5 years after the catastrophe and the lack of reliable medical statistics in Ukraine, Belarus, and Russia.

Official data concerning the thousands of cleanup workers who worked to control the emissions are especially difficult to reconstruct. Using criteria demanded by the IAEA, WHO and the United Nations Scientific Committee on the Effects of Atomic Radiation (UNSCEAR) resulted in marked underestimates of the number of fatalities and the extent and degree of sickness among those exposed to radioactive fallout from Chernobyl. Data on exposures were absent or grossly inadequate, while mounting indications of adverse effects became more and more apparent.’
In a nutshell, if two people tell you complete opposite stories about something, you can be pretty sure one of them is lying.

How can the United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission insist that “..no evidence of any effect on the number of adverse pregnancy outcomes, delivery complications, stillbirths or overall health of children has been observed among families living in the most contaminated areas.”, when the independent study accounted for in Chernobyl: Consequences of the Catastrophe for People and the Environment clearly shows a) proof positive of a cover-up and b) evidence proving that stillbirth, birth defects, infant mortality, and low birth weight rates increased as much as 30% in some countries (Hungary in this instance)?

It is also important to note that .6% of the fallout from Chernobyl reached North America and was detected in states such as Washington, Maine, Indiana, Wyoming, New Jersey, and Oregon.
In Oregon, rainwater contamination warnings were issued. Note also the half-life (the time which must elapse before a radioactive substance is decreased by half) of (Pu) Plutonium-239 is 24,000 years.

Fukushima: The March 11th, 2011 earthquake (was there a 9.0 earthquake? See earlier Tap Blog post)) and tsunami resulted in what will undoubtedly become the world’s worst nuclear disaster to date.

The Fukushima ‘accident’ happened under strange circumstances, there was and still is an ongoing coverup by the Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) and reliable information has been very difficult to come by.

Sound familiar

What we do know is Japan experienced six reactor core meltdowns. Not one, but six. In a move of sheer brilliance, Mox fuel (a combination of Uranium and Plutonium) was being utilized in the number three reactor. During one of the meltdowns, a hydrogen explosion hurled radioactive debris and dust high into the atmosphere in a mushroom-like cloud.

Back in the United States a media blackout was ordered by the Obama administration, just as the Russians did with Chernobyl. Your safety is not a concern. Profit margins are.

Fallout in America arrived six days after the initial meltdowns. According to GlobalResearch.ca, ‘subsequent measurements by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) found levels of radiation in air, water and milk hundreds of times above normal across the U.S.

The highest detected levels of Iodine-131 in precipitation in the U.S. were as follows (normal is about 2 picocuries I-131 per liter of water): Boise, ID (390); Kansas City (200); Salt Lake City (190); Jacksonville, FL (150); Olympia, WA (125); and Boston, MA (92).’

GlobalResearch.ca also presents the findings of toxicologist Janette Sherman who states:
“Based on our continued research, the actual death count here [United States] may be as high as 18,000, with influenza and pneumonia, which were up five-fold in the period in question as a cause of death. Deaths are seen across all ages, but we continue to find that infants are hardest hit because their tissues are rapidly multiplying, they have an undeveloped immune systems, and the doses of radioisotopes are proportionally greater than for adults.

One might surmise that the Obama administration did its best to obfuscate the truth of the matter by ordering a media blackout and having EPA raise the safe levels of radioactive exposure and/or just not test at all in some cases.

Finally, Russia’s heroic effort to build a stone sarcophagus over Chernobyl has made an incredible difference in containing the radiation, why has Japan made no such move when six reactors and Mox fuel are involved and the emissions are ongoing?
No scientist has yet put forth a reason NOT to do so, yet nothing is being done.


TAP – The radiation from Fukushima must have spread all over the northern hemisphere? There are no reports. Why is no attempt being made to encase the plant in the same stone used at Cernobyl?

There never was a 9.0 Earthquake At Fukushima


Luis Suarez goes to shake hands with Patrice Evra. The media says Luis then pulled away his hand. The above pictures (not shown by the media) show clearly that the opposite took place, and it was Evra that caused the incident.

Sent in by anonymous
(earlier post about booming pyramids underneath football handshake story)

Tap, football is a means by which the globalists are indoctrinating the general public to completely submit to arbitrary rulings. Football’s not just entertainment and a distraction. It’s an indoctrination tool, showing that endemic corruption wins, that you have do what the authorities say, and being innocent is no defence.

Patrice Evra, ManU’s Captain with Wayne Rooney.

Luis Suarez (Liverpool forward) does not claim to be racist but was banned for 8 matches for racially abusing Patrice Evra (Manchester United captain). Suarez admitted he used the word “negro” at Evra, however it is said in South America this is a term for a friend, it is not abuse. The media hyped up the situation, demonizing someone, who isn’t racist, of effectively being worse than Hitler.

TAP – Negro is the Latin word for black. It became the word for slave in America pre-abolition. There is much left-over guilt about that era. Despite that, the modern day US prison system enslaves more negroes in profitless work than the plantations in their heyday. 6 million Americans are forced to work for prison wages (i.e. nothing),of whom 80% are negroes. Nothing is ever mentioned of today’s mass corporate racial exploitation.

In the Philippines where I’ve lived five years, the word for a black person is ‘nege’, just normal, no PC, just as it is in South America.

This handshake incident occurred on Suarez’ first game back after his ban at the start of a Manchester United – Liverpool game.

The media narrative is demonizing someone who is not a racist, as being a racist. Suarez is repeatedly accused of refusing to shake hands when the video evidence shows the opposite – it was Evra who held his hand back.

This is the key image below. Notice how the media organizations don’t use the camera angle in the link, used at the top of this post.

Suarez should have made a greater effort to force the handshake, but he felt sure it was Evra who pulled away, not him.

The take home fact why this is important is the whole incident looks engineered.

1. They didn’t have to have a shake hands line before the match. The football authorities cancelled a shake hands line before a recent Chelsea-QPR game for similar reasons. It is strange they let this one go ahead.

2. One of the ground level TV cameras is in a perfect position to capture Evra’s reaction – were they expecting something?

3. Evra did not even try to shake Suarez’s hand

4. The media have immediately settled on a narrative that is not consistent with the facts

5. On their Match of the Day programme the BBC showed a Sky News interview of Kenny Dalgleish, not the BBC man’s one. Why the cooperation between the two organizations on this issue?

6. Why has Prime Minister David Cameron got involved over a handshake?

“David Cameron is expected to step into the row over racism in football by staging a Downing Street summit on the issue.”

This does seem like a distraction – however, we shouldn’t ignore these distractions completely because they could offer the globalists a free opportunity to indoctrinate without resistance.

TAP – They work to divide and rule. They need incidents like this to justify intervention in our otherwise peaceful society. Problem. Solution. Intervention. It’s the politician’s number one trick. Football is the loser.

Cameron’s an idiot, but is a well known performer of televised handshake theatre.
He’s been playing his own handshake diplomacy games with Sarkozy, no doubt equally scripted beforehand, to convince a gullible audience that his EU negotiations are not simply scripted to order, as they clearly are.

Clip from Twig.

UPDATE – Next up, Cameron’s best buddies at News International weigh in, The Sun demanding the renewed suspension of Suarez, when he was quite clearly the one snubbed. Do these idiots think the public are so dumb they won’t notice? I think they do.

The Sun writes – FLASH POINT … Luis Suarez refused to shake the hand of Manchester United’s Patrice Evra, and they carefully didn’t show the camera angle at the top of this post.

Now come on, ‘News’ International. Do try and report news just for once.

Anonymous comment

PFA has got involved. They want to ban Suarez again for not shaking hands when it was Evra who snubbed him?


TAP – These people are all totally mad. Or more likely just nasty and devious. This is a vicious political stitch-up. Luis Suarez is innocent. David Cameron should be ashamed of himself.

Watch the film again. It is quite clear that Patrice Evra pulled away his hand. Luis Suarez just ploughed on, not forcing the handshake. How could he? He just did the sensible thing and kept on walking. Evra stirred it all up on purpose.

Patrice Evra should be sacked on the spot. But you watch. P.C.Cameron will be inviting him to Downing Street, and giving him a knighthood before the 2015 election, at the very least. Prime Ministers should not be getting involved in nonsense like this, let alone setting it all up.

CAUTION ADVISED. SPOOF ALERT! Ancient pyramids awake after centuries, millennia of slumber
Tourists screamed, others shot hasty videos with their camera phones as the Mayan pyramid rumbled. But no earthquake followed, instead a brilliant beam of light shot skyward into space as awed onlookers gasped, wondering what it meant.

Mayan energy beam. Processed image on right shows hidden lightning bolt.
But the Mayan pyramid of Kukulkan transmitting a raw column of incredible energy into space was just the latest pyramid to do so.

Artist’s re-creation of what witnesses saw at Bosnian pyramid
In 2009 and 2010 the Bosnian pyramid of the sun beamed a pencil thin ray of pure energy towards space.

Recently, the Chinese government began closely monitoring the Xianyang pyramid for signs of activity. Last year a team of scientists investigated the pyramid and believe it may have extraterrestrial origins. [Alien Base Found At Chinese Pyramid]

Aztec Pyramid of the Moon blasts energy vortex from apex

That amazing incident was followed by the vortex blast—witnessed and captured on film—shooting from the apex of the famous Aztec Pyramid of the Moon in Teotihuacan, Mexico.

Energy beams, vortexes, whirlwinds of intense force…what does it mean? Where is that energy being directed and why? What activated the mysterious power of these silent sentinels of stone quietly marking the passage of centuries…until something disturbed their slumber?
What brought them to life may be something more incredible than the actions of the pyramids: the arrival of an unknown force from the galactic void that’s now surrounded much of the solar system.

Read whole article on beforeitsnews

Written by Terence Aym

I don’t think people are taking this post seriously! What impressed me was the traffic it was getting, in the US in particular. I never really stopped to wonder if it was all fabricated, which it clearly is! This is the biggest hit post on beforeitsnews in months, with 3000 readers plus clicking on every hour. It’s going to 200,000 in three days. Thanks for the comments. It does seem as if this one’s a spoof. But what a great one to capture the imagination. Real life is always so dull. We need stuff like this to keep us from nodding off. My apologies for anyone offended by my straying from the straight and narrow. Then again, I’ve always done humour alongside blind rage, and balanced mature commentary!

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4 Responses to “Radiation In USA At Levels 100 Times Normal. Infants Worst Hit.”

  1. Anonymous says:

    I love this site. It’s so gullible, wacky and fun.
    Not to be taken seriously but fun none the less.

    Wilcock the re-incarnation of Cayce ho! ho!
    Energy beams from pyramids.
    Crop circles by intelligent aliens that can’t use the phone.
    Nibiru and the Annunki or whatever they are called.

    Brilliant stuff. Keep it up it brightens my day.

  2. Tapestry says:


    I like Wilcock but find he’s totally immature about certain topics – war being one of them.

    Bill Wood is a good foil to him in that regard. Dig out the recent posts including the video from Project camelot, which had Wood and Wilcock. The killing of innocent Iraqis takes the smile off the face for a while, but it does give a more serious aspect.

    I’m glad you’re being entertained. That’s part of the reason we write.

  3. Anonymous says:

    I think the Pyramid photograph was taken to capture the lightning and the “beam” was added afterwards. It’s not exactly difficult to do. That also makes UFO evidence a difficult subject.

    Other questions I have: I’ve not read any reports of screams and why are only low resolution photos available? As one skeptical youtube video noted, why is there no light shining through the door?

  4. Tapestry says:

    I don’t think people are taking this post seriously.

    What impressed me was the traffic it was getting all in the US in particular. I never really stopped to wonder if it was all fabricated! This is the biggest hit post on beforeitsnews in months, with 3000 readers plus clicking on every hour.

    Thanks for the comments. It does seem as if this one’s a spoof. But what a great one to capture the imagination. Real life is always so dull. We need stuff like this to keep us from nodding off.

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