Interview with Navy sailor suffering after Fukushima radiation exposure


The Truth Hurts


Emotional interview with Navy sailor suffering after Fukushima exposure: Others with same symptoms “told to be quiet… nobody’s heard from them” — Health is worsening, worried I’m going to die — Can’t really use legs or arms, hands ‘barely functional’ — Rashes all over body, spasms, shaking — Doctors tell us “it’s all psychological” (AUDIO)

Interview with Navy Lt. Steve Simmons who served on the USS Ronald Reagan for 3/11 relief mission
, Nuclear Hotseat hosted by Libbe HaLevy, July 8, 2014 (emphasis added):

  • 21:30 in — November 2011 I noticed something was wrong… The black-out was the first thing… I started dealing with gastrointestinal issues, at first I thought I was coming down with a stomach bug… Fevers as high as 102.9°F… January 2012 was the first time I was hospitalized… [They] sent me home with a sinus infection. Three days later I was readmitted to…

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82-Year-Old Nun Breaks Into US Nuclear Facility

Click here to see a video of an 82-year-old nun who broke into a US nuclear weapons facility, got past all of the security fences, and, aided by a Vietnam veteran and a house painter, started to vandalize the plant with graffiti and hammers before being apprehended. Makes you kinda wonder about security at these places. Sister Megan Gillespie has lived a long life and has a lot to say about what she knows. Watch the video.
(Thanks to the Washington Post and for this reblogged content.)

Fukushima Aftermath

By Banksy
By Banksy

No nukes is good nukes.

Click here to read the unreported or underreported news about what is really happening to the people of Japan — and everywhere nuclear power is being used.

Here is an excerpt from Stephen Lendman’s article in the blog , “Fukushima’s Catastrophic Aftermath Continues” :

“Admiral Hyman Rickover (1900 – 1986) was the father of America’s nuclear navy. In January 1982, he told a congressional committee that until a few billion years ago, “it was impossible to have any life on earth.”

“There was so much radiation on earth you couldn’t have any life, fish or anything.” Gradually the amount subsided. “Now, we are creating something which nature tried to destroy to make life possible.”

“Every time you produce radiation, (a) horrible force” is unleashed. “In some cases (it’s) for billions of years, and I think the human race is going to wreck itself.”

“I am talking about humanity. The most important thing we could do is start having an international meeting where we first outlaw nuclear weapons to start off with. Then we outlaw nuclear reactors, too.”

“The lesson for history is when a war starts, every nation will ultimately use whatever weapons are available. That is the lesson learned time and again.” ”