Just in case you’re wondering: Almost half of Fukushima children now have thyroid disorders from radiation poisoning, officials blame ‘too much seafood’

Nope that tumor in your child’s thyroid has nothing to do with the four massive nuclear meltdowns in your province. That is because you feed it too much fish!

Here is what Helen Caldicott has to say about the criminal “sharing” of Nuclear waste i.e. the intended burning of the radioactive crap coming from the Fukushima meltdown disaster:

Not much information comes out of Japan about Fukushima anymore, and the American MSM seems to have forgotten what watered down reporting they had done earlier. But the human suffering has begun in Japan, and even the Japanese government is trying to pretend it’s not happening.

The curtain is pulled over the total impact of this disaster to protect the nuclear power industry. The government and media blackout has become known as “plume gate” for the radioactive plume that was released from the Fukushima mishap. (http://www.naturalnews.com/035789_Fukushima_Cesium-137_Plume-Gate.html)

The Fukushima reactors were designed by General Electric, and 23 reactors of the USA’s 104 operating reactors are very similar to Fukushima’s. Lately, awareness of nuclear power’s pitfalls is growing and casting a shadow on nuclear power’s illegitimate claim of sustainability and unlimited power.

The suffering has already begun

Thousands of Japanese children from Fukushima and the nearby areas have been diagnosed with cysts and nodules on their thyroid glands. So far, 41.1 percent of 57,000 tested have shown these early warnings of potential thyroid cancer.

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