We Can’t Compare Chernobyl to Fukushima: Fukushima Didn’t Explode, But At Fukushima There Are Thousands of Tons of Plutonium!


Added: 12.04.2011

Only now has the Japan government admitted its cover-up:

Japan Nuclear Safety Commissioner Admits Cover-Up: ‘If we immediately decided to label the situation as Level 7, we could have triggered a panicked reaction.’

Infinite Unknown readers knew that the Japan government has been informed that a (partial) meltdown was a going on from day one of the Fukushima nuclear disaster and I posted these videos on March 15:

Listen to the editor of the Japan Times if you haven’t done so (!):

Japan: Full Core Meltdown Will Send Radiation Over United States

Japan And US Try To Coverup Nuclear Catastrophe

How are the chances that things will get better?

Dr. Michio Kaku: ‘The situation at Fukushima is relatively stable now… in the same way that you are stable if you hang by your fingernails off a cliff, and your fingernails begin to break one by one.’ (April 4)

How bad is it really?

What They’re Covering Up at Fukushima: ‘You Get 3,500,000 The Normal Dose. You Call That Safe? And What Media Have Reported This? None!’ (March 17)

Dr. Chris Busby: Fukushima Now 72,000 Times Hiroshima Radiation (March 23)

Japan Nuclear Meltdown: Multiple Times Worse than Chernobyl (March 19)

Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant In Japan: A Dirty Bomb Waiting To Go Off (March 16)

Japan Nuclear Meltdown: It’s Much, Much Worse Than It Looks (Thanks To The Stupidity of Nuclear Engineers!) (March 15 – MUST-READ!)

The low-level radiation propaganda lie:

Dr. Helen Caldicott: How Nuclear Apologists Mislead The World Over Radiation

Dr. Brian Moench: There Is No ‘Safe’ Exposure To Radiation

Dr. Peter Karamoskos: Don’t Be Fooled By A Never-Ending Cabal Of Paid Industry Scientific ”Consultants’ – Radiation Is Bad And Causes Cancer

Are There Safe Levels of Radiation? How Much Radiation Is Safe? (Must-read!)

The Propaganda From The Government And The Nuclear Industry About Low-Level Radiation Is Absolute Rubbish

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