Fukushima and the tuna you are serving your kids

IF you are still feeding your kids (or yourself) tuna fish, you should probably read this article:


The article is actually more readable at henrymakow.com, but the way Dr. Makow rotates his articles, it may not be there tomorrow.

Prior to this, I have refrained from posting Fukushima info, because people's eyes glaze over & I do understand that reaction. It's just one disaster too many, and one that doesn't appear to have any solution. However, as the authors of the above link point out - at some point, if not already, this still roiling NUCLEAR DISASTER is steadily heading our way, and is only going to get worse for American citizens.

Another really good reason to familiarize yourself with the info in this article would be the info in SUNDAY'S DETROIT FREE PRESS ABOUT PLANS TO BURY SPENT NUCLEAR RODS RIGHT AT THE EDGE OF LAKE HURON. Yup, a Canadian nuclear facility wants to do that - and soon. And it has rung alarm bells in both Canada and the U.S.

Spent nuclear rods buried right by one of the most unique fresh water bodies on the planet. And why aren't Diane, Brian and Scott telling you about this? Well, probably because the state run news people tell you only what they are allowed to tell you.

Californians, I understand, have stocked up on iodine pills. Should Great Lakes residents start doing the same?

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Fukushima: The Ticking Nuclear Bomb. Over 800 Tons of Radioactive Material Pouring into Pacific Ocean
"There is growing evidence coming from numerous reports aired on social networks and the so-called social media, among which is the article “Radioactive Water From Fukushima Is Systematically Poisoning The Entire Pacific Ocean” (*), which claimed that every day and for 750 days (now over 800) tonnes of toxic materials have been pouring into the Pacific Ocean. The toxic substances were identified as Tritium, Cesium and Strontium, being carried far and wide by winds, rain and ocean currents, entering the food chain through seaweed and seafood, building up high levels of toxicity in the fish – and humans – at the top end of the consumption chain."

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