Saturday, July 28, 2018

Deconstructing the Worldwide Media Blackout on the Ongoing Fukushima Nuclear Disaster: California Wine is Just the Tip of This Radioactive Iceberg

An extremely watered-down, not-so-news story has hit the mainstream media in the past week or so about Fukushima-signature fallout being found in California wine.

From July 20, 2018: "Fukushima's Nuclear Imprint is Found in California Wine (Drinkers, Don't Panic)

Mind-bogglingly, this story has caused a big, old stir.

I recently noticed that The Weather Network has run the story, and commenters on their website are calling it "alarmist," suggesting TWN is irresponsible for even publishing such a story.

Honestly, mind-boggling doesn't even begin to cover it at this point. 

This wine story is so watered down and omits so many key facts that it's laughable, but even this, even this, piece of "Fukushima is no biggie" mainstream media propaganda is getting people all hot and bothered?

Nowhere in the story does anyone mention that Fukushima-signature fallout (Cesium 134 and 137), as well as other radioactive isotopes, have been found in produce, seafood, sand, and rain all along the West Coast of North America (and beyond) since the nuclear disaster began in 2011 and continuing to this day.

(But as soon as it's found in Napa Valley wine - generally an upper and upper-middle class area - all of a sudden, it's a huge story.)

Nowhere in the story does anyone mention the fact that man-made radioactivity bio-accumulates in the body, so a single serving of radioactively-contaminated food or drink may not have a huge impact on health, but hundreds or thousands of servings over the course of five, six, seven, and more years? That's definitely something to be concerned about. That involves continual bombardment by combinations of man-made radioactive isotopes that our bodies would not come into contact with naturally. The doses keep getting higher as they accumulate in the body. There's a threshold there. 

Cesium resembles potassium and concentrates in the brain, muscles, heart, ovaries, and testicles.

Strontium resembles calcium and concentrates in the bones.

Radioactive Iodine resembles iodine and concentrates in the thyroid.

Plutonium resembles iron and concentrates in the bones, liver, and blood cells and is highly toxic to ingest, aside from its radioactivity. 


Nowhere in the story does anyone mention that there is actually no safe level of man-made radioactivity to ingest. Nowhere does anyone mention that ingesting or breathing in radioactive isotopes or particles, creating a constant state of internal irradiation, is much different from natural background radiation, which is external

Constant exposure to even low-level radiation can cause major health damage, including cancer, auto-immune disorders, heart attack, stroke, thyroid disorders, and genetic mutations. There is certainly no medical or scientific consensus that low-level radiation exposure is harmless, as is constantly parroted in mainstream media reports, including in this wine story.

As stated, there are masses of documented examples of Fukushima-signature radioactivity being found in produce, seafood, sand, and rain since 2011 and continuing to this day.

A measly 15 samples of Bluefin tuna caught off the coast of California were tested in 2012. All 15 fish contained Fukushima fallout.

Even bastion of establishment science Scientific American magazine reported that radioactive iodine from Fukushima had been found in kelp beds off the coast of California in 2012. Insanely, scientists did not test for any of the longer-lasting radioactive isotopes! This was not followed up on in the story. And this is considered thorough and honest journalism? We learned better skills in our first week of journalism school...

How about the salmon stocks collapsing this year? There's a real story for you. 

Test the salmon, and I'm sure you will find all kinds of Fukushima fallout, as well as deformities and illnesses. But of course, it's *crickets* from mainstream media and establishment science on that one.

In fact, Canadian Indian tribes did take it upon themselves to test salmon in the Columbia River in 2016. The Okanagan Nation Alliance tested sockeye salmon in B.C. and found Fukushima-signature fallout, Cesium 134. Of course, this is work that the Canadian and U.S. governments should be doing if they were in any way legitimate at this point...

A study done around the same time by the Upper Columbia United Tribes also found Fukushima fallout (Strontium 90) in both sockeye and Chinook salmon.

And now, in 2018, the salmon stocks are collapsing in the Columbia River and others.

Can we really believe this is nothing but coincidence?

Ex-diver-turned-citizen-journalist Dana Durnford is currently finishing his follow-up voyage along the British Columbia coast to check the state of post-Fukushima sea life. He has found a situation very similar to the one he found in previous voyages in 2013/14: a relative wasteland, thousands of missing species. And this has all come about since the Fukushima nuclear disaster began contaminating the Pacific in 2011. Dana has the Before and After photos to illustrate it.

You can see Dana's most recent YouTube update here, or you can see the photographic evidence at his website: The Nuclear Proctologist

This should be worldwide news. But not only does mainstream media not cover Dana's critical research, he has actually been hauled into court on multiple occasions and given gag orders in an attempt to silence him.

Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) itself, known for lying about the situation at the nuclear plant and low-balling numbers, has admitted that at least 400 tons of radioactively-contaminated water are flowing into the Pacific Ocean every day, without cessation, and that this has been going on since at least 2012. This is, of course, not to mention the massive amounts of radioactivity and radioactive particles that were released into the atmosphere and jet stream from the explosions at the nuclear plant, including from spent fuel rods. There is also evidence that criticalities are still taking place at the site. New fission products Xenon, Krypton-85, Tellurium-132, and Iodine-131 have been discovered at various times and in various locations.

In light of all this, how is this story about Fukushima fallout in California wine even surprising to people, let alone shocking? Let alone "alarmist?"

The real irresponsibility of the mainstream media is not in publishing a story about Fukushima fallout in wine. It is in not providing any real context for that story. It is in enforcing the worldwide media blackout on the subject. It is in downplaying and watering down the very real threat that Fukushima fallout poses to life on this planet. It is in misleading people, misinforming people, and lying by omission - practises that have been employed since March 11, 2011 and that are blatantly obvious in the quality of "journalism" being put out today, including in that California wine story.

The public should be absolutely outraged that this is the level of journalism being put out about such a critical and life-and-death situation as Fukushima.

And yet, instead, people are angry that the media is even mentioning it at all, even in this incredibly watered-down fashion?

From the July 6, 2018 article, "Chiron Retrograde in Aries/Pisces: Pulling Our Heads Out of the Radioactive Sand...or Bust!"

"There is certainly an element of surreality that must be navigated, particularly involving the gaping chasm between the truth and how people are actually living en masse, and Chiron crossing zero Aries and moving back into late Pisces will be highlighting this..."

This gaping chasm could not be any more apparent than in the public reactions to this California wine story. 

The surreality is hitting a high point on the subject of the ongoing Fukushima nuclear crisis...

Seriously, get in the game, Human Race.

Don't let the mainstream media play you for a fool, as it is doing.

Put things in context yourself. Fill in the blanks yourself. Get a handle on the big picture, which they are intentionally obscuring from you, and get in the game! This won't wait.

- All Willow's Web Astrology articles on the Fukushima nuclear disaster since 2011 - 

 

 - The news compiliation site Enenews.com has been a critical source of information since 2011, but there have been no new posts since February 2018. The loss of this resource cuts the public off even further from the truth about Fukushima and Fukushima fallout. -  

13 comments:

Anonymous said...



You are Forever Awesome, Willow!

Thank-you

Willow said...

Thank-you! I'm forever enraged by what's going on, that's for sure. heh

Willow said...

Some evidence of ongoing criticalities/fission at Fukushima:

From 2011: https://www.rt.com/news/unexpected-fission-fukushima-nuclear-379/

From 2011: http://washingtonsblog.com/2011/11/fukushima-far-from-any-stable-shutdown.html

From 2012: https://infiniteunknown.net/2012/09/07/krypton-85-suggests-ongoing-nuclear-fission-in-fukushima-reactor-no-1/

From 2013: http://enenews.com/expert-recent-xenon-detections-in-s-korea-may-be-from-fukushima-reactors-criticality-or-spontaneous-fission-of-curium-to-blame

From 2014: http://enenews.com/experts-fukushima-melted-fuel-concern-millennia-risk-criticality-movement-redistribution-corium-tepco-chief-difficult-path-ahead-be-able-move-forward-find-damaged-fuelvideo

From 2014: http://www.nukepro.net/2014/12/ongoing-fission-criticality-at-fukushima.html

As he says, "cold shutdown, my arse."

From 2015: http://enenews.com/former-japan-ambassador-uncontrolled-nuclear-chain-reactions-suspected-fukushima-troubling-indications-recurring-criticality-tellurium-132-detected-100-miles-plant-recriticality-issue-discussed

From 2015: http://optimalprediction.com/iodine-131-detections-in-finland-and-norway-preceded-by-detections-in-japan/

Willow said...

An article saying it's more like 1,000 tons of radioactively-contaminated water that is flowing into the Pacific Ocean every day:

https://infiniteunknown.net/2012/04/25/tepco-to-dump-1000-tons-of-radioactive-groundwater-water-a-day-into-the-pacific-ocean/

Willow said...

This article has been plagiarized by Dave Hodges of The Common Sense show.

When I emailed him and called him on it and asked him to either credit me or remove the content, this is the reply I received from him:

"In looking at your article and my article, I pulled from original sources and you did same. I also pulled from previous research I did. Your article is not worthy of notation because none of the material was original to your site. Otherwise, I would have cited it. You don't own the topic and you don't own the original sources."

Hodges has used the exact same sources, every one of which I had to dig extensively for, in the exact same sequences! He even references crickets like I did in the original article! And if you click on the "400 tons of radioactively-contaminated water" hyperlink in his version, it goes to one of my articles on this site! (From May 21, 2014, "If You Are Still Eating Pacific Ocean Seafood, Now is the Time to Stop" http://willowsweb.blogspot.com/2014/05/if-you-are-still-eating-pacific-ocean.html)

This is my original journalism and my original research that he is stealing and passing off as his own.

PLAGIARIZER AND LIAR!!!!


His version: http://www.thecommonsenseshow.com/evidence-is-mounting-that-fukushima-is-progressive-extinction-level-event/#comment-144573

"This means that in addition to the fish food supply being endangered, so will crops because radioactive fallout in the rain will fall on the crops.

More evidence comes from the Okanagan Nation Alliance tested sockeye salmon in B.C. and discovered that Fukushima-signature fallout, Cesium 134 was found in the local fish. Of course, this should have concerned the Canadian and U.S. governments, but the crickets are still chirping.

After 2012, someone flipped the switch and the media stopped covering this event in it entirety.

The biggest threat comes from TEPCO, proven liars about the Fukushima event. But even these liars have been forced to admitted that at least 400 tons of radioactively-contaminated water are flowing into the Pacific Ocean every day. Additionally, the atmosphere and jet stream are polluted from the explosions at the nuclear plant. New fission materials of Xenon, Krypton-85, Tellurium-132, and Iodine-131 have been discovered."


CONTINUED IN NEXT COMMENT...

Willow said...

Hodges has pulled this from my July 28, 2018 article, "Deconstructing the Worldwide Media Blackout on the Ongoing Fukushima Nuclear Disaster: California Wine is Just the Tip of This Radioactive Iceberg" http://willowsweb.blogspot.com/2018/07/deconstructing-worldwide-media-blackout.html

"How about the salmon stocks collapsing this year? There's a real story for you.

Test the salmon, and I'm sure you will find all kinds of Fukushima fallout, as well as deformities and illnesses. But of course, it's *crickets* from mainstream media and establishment science on that one.

In fact, Canadian Indian tribes did take it upon themselves to test salmon in the Columbia River in 2016. The Okanagan Nation Alliance tested sockeye salmon in B.C. and found Fukushima-signature fallout, Cesium 134. Of course, this is work that the Canadian and U.S. governments should be doing if they were in any way legitimate at this point...

A study done around the same time by the Upper Columbia United Tribes also found Fukushima fallout (Strontium 90) in both sockeye and Chinook salmon."

And: "Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) itself, known for lying about the situation at the nuclear plant and low-balling numbers, has admitted that at least 400 tons of radioactively-contaminated water are flowing into the Pacific Ocean every day, without cessation, and that this has been going on since at least 2012. This is, of course, not to mention the massive amounts of radioactivity and radioactive particles that were released into the atmosphere and jet stream from the explosions at the nuclear plant, including from spent fuel rods. There is also evidence that criticalities are still taking place at the site. New fission products Xenon, Krypton-85, Tellurium-132, and Iodine-131 have been discovered at various times and in various locations."

Almost word-for-word in certain places...with a hyperlink to my site to prove it!

And then lies and blanket denial!

Disgusting!

Anonymous said...



What a dirtbag.

How graceless can a "writer" be to not credit another who is on the same side?

A quick skim of his site seems to show an alarmist self-promoter looking for a quick buck.
Hopefully the Kharma Truck will soon be delivering his.

I forever love your work, Willow. You are the very best.

xx

Willow said...

"There is hardly any mental misery worse than that of having our own serious phrases, our own rooted beliefs, caricatured by a charlatan or a hireling."

- George Eliot/Mary Anne Evans

Willow said...

Thank-you, Anon 6:10!

But I will also say - this is more than graceless. Plagiarism is actually theft.

It's really horrendous to be ripped off by dirtbags like this, especially when they claim to be "Truth-Tellers (TM)"!

HA!

Plagiarizing and then lying about it is pretty far from the truth in my books.

Scummy, scummy move. I wonder how many other writers and researchers he has stolen from?

The plagiarized article was also published on Before It's News.

http://beforeitsnews.com/v3/health/2018/2858618.html

They've been contacted about it. I am hoping they have the intelligence and ethics to remove it or to credit me publicly in the article.

Anonymous said...


6:10 I hope they do too, love.

This not the first time your work has been stolen, unfortunately probably not the last. Take a little bit of heart- they admire your work, your site, so much they want it for themselves- and know they lack your talent.
So they steal it.
You are on the right track, doing the good work and the right things.
Very, very well.

Here is a free plagiarism detector I use occasionally, to make sure I haven't inadvertently duplicated a phrase. You may have it or one better, but anyway-

http://www.plagium.com/

xx

Willow said...

Thank-you for the compliments, but unfortunately, they don't admire my work, no. They just steal it and use it for themselves. They actually completely diminish it and negate it, as in Hodges' reply to my request for credit or that he remove the content:

"In looking at your article and my article, I pulled from original sources and you did same. I also pulled from previous research I did. Your article is not worthy of notation because none of the material was original to your site. Otherwise, I would have cited it. You don't own the topic and you don't own the original sources."

That's not admiration I read there!

Lack of his own talent and ideas, yes. I'll definitely get behind that.

There's really no taking heart here, either. It's theft.

It's like saying, oh, take heart that someone stole your truck. You had a really nice truck that they wanted for themselves!

Willow said...

Update: After contacting Before It's News, Hodges was required to add a (somewhat buried) hyperlink to my original article in his article on their site. The hyperlink is in the paragraph about Okanagan salmon and reads: "...discovered that Fukushima-signature fallout..."

I believe it is more appropriate, when using entire paragraphs of text and multiple research links, to quote and cite the article directly, but I will be satisfied with the addition of the hyperlink to the original writing and research, which is my article.

Willow said...

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https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/fukushima/1405298913?app=itunes&ign-mpt=uo%3D4

Check out the songs on YouTube. They're great.