After the Fukushima accident, Hillary Clinton signed a deal permitting Japan to continue importing irridated fish and other goods to the US, even while other nations are turning them away. These goods continue to land on our shelves and in restaurants. 100% of blue fin tuna tests positive for high levels of radiation. I avoid rice, tea, sushi, electronics, vehicles, and even cosmetics that originate from or are manufactured in Japan. Many women’s cosmetics, even high end ones, such as Trish McAvoy, are made in Japan. Dior is not. Japan can’t stop the melt downs. They will continue spewing out radition for years to come. Japan is finished. She just doesn’t know it yet.
It is also noteworthy that Japan has been giving the Palestinians hundreds of millions of dollars and demanding Israel cede large chunks of land to the Palestinians, and is demanding a 2-state ‘solution.’ Makes ya wonder if God didn’t strike Japan in punishment. Japan, however, continues supporting the Palestinians undeterred.
Radiating Americans: Fukushima rain, Clinton’s secret food pact
Government agreed to downplay Fukushima radiation
Fukushima is far from stabilized according to energy advisor veteran with 39 years of nuclear power engineering experience, Arnie Gundersen who told Solar IMG Saturday that Americans, not just in the northwest, are unaware of being rained on with Fukushima nuclear hot particles and eating Fukushima contaminated food because the US government has deliberately minimized the catastrophe, partially due to a pact Secretary of State Hillary Clinton signed with Japan. Gundersen, with a team of other scientists, intends to prove government statements about Fukushima are false.
‘The United States came up with a decision to downplay Fukushima,’ said Gundersen who is awakening the public with information such as hot particles in rain will continue falling in the U. S., not just in the Pacific Northwest, for another year, and mentioning high-level fallout in Oklahoma a few days ago.
This post was published at Investment WatchBlog on March 12th, 2015.