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Japan Newspaper Admits ‘Millions Around Tokyo Living In Radiation Controlled Area’

The Hokkaido Newspaper in Japan has steps away from the government propaganda and warns radiation contamination around Tokyo is as bad as Fukushima. On 8/4/2012, Hokkaido Newspaper mentioned the contamination

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US Postpones Japanese Beef Imports Over Radiation Testing Concerns

The US has order a halt to the resumption of Japanese beef imports over concerns about Japan’s testing methods. The US has further postponed the resumption of Japanese beef imports

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NATGEO Dirty Bomb Special Exposes Fukushima Nuclear Fallout Cover Up

A National Geographic special produced in 2009 depicting the proper response to nuclear fallout from a dirty bomb reveals government cover up of Fukushima radiation. Last night NATGEO ran their

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MUST SEE: Tepco Releases Badly Altered Image Of Reactor 4 (PHOTO)

The latest TEPCO press release contains a photo of Fukushima nuclear reactor 4 that has been obviously altered in an image editing program. In the latest development in “Trust Us,

ENVIRONMENT FUKUSHIMA

Japanese Students Forced To Eat Radioactive Food To Educate Them

The mayor of Kawasaki City is educating students on the dangers or radiation by forcing them to eat radioactive food. Japan has now reached a point were they are no

FUKUSHIMA US NEWS

Official UN Forecast: Japan Radioactive Fallout Heading To US West Coast

An official United Nations forecast of the possible movement of the radioactive plume coming from crippled Japanese nuclear reactors shows it churning across the Pacific, and touching the Aleutian Islands

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Radiation Found In San Francisco, CA Tap Water — Rainwater Radiation 18,100% Above Drinking Water Limit

ALERT: Government Cover Up Of This Story Underway Important! After you read this article, make sure you read this to open your eyes to how the government propaganda machine works.

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Japan plant owner: At least 9 months before end to nuclear crisis

Engineers will need up to nine months to fully shut down the damaged reactors at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, the scene of the worst nuclear accident since Chernobyl,