Thursday, April 14, 2011

Truth about Japan Nuclear Power Plant, Fukushima and Onagawa

Foods/suggestions for radiation poisoning:
1. Greens and green algae
2. Kelp - Seaweed
3. Spirulina
4. Potassium Iodide
5. Potassium Iodate
6. Chlorella
7. Cabbage
8. Alfalfa
9. Barley greens
10. Lactoserum (Milk)
11. Whey Protein
12. Neurotoxic (Red wine)
13. Resveritol (NuRev)
14. Rosemary
15. Green tea
16. Bananas
17. Molasses
18. Sulfur
19. Vitamin C
20. Vitamin E

  - Mar 31, 2011
Natural Solutions Foundation,, and its Medical Director, Rima E. Laibow, MD, present Part 1 of a series on radiation, what it is, what you need to know to protect yourself and how you can prevent radiation damage from dangerous contamination like the Japanese nuclear disaster. For more information visit Dr. Rima Recommends "What To Do About Radiation",, and listen to the archives of the Dr. Rima Reports,, for March 20, 2011 and March 27, 2011.

What You Need to Know About Radiation - Part 1 of 3

Tyroid - Part 2 of 3

Quenching Free Radicals - Part 3 of 3

Chelation therapy is the administration of chelating agents to remove heavy metals from the body. For the most common forms of heavy metal intoxication—those involving lead, arsenic or mercury—the standard of care in the United States dictates the use of dimercaptosuccinic acid (DMSA). Other chelating agents, such as 2,3-dimercapto-1-propanesulfonic acid (DMPS) and alpha lipoic acid (ALA), are used in conventional and alternative medicine. No approved medical research has found any benefits to chelation therapy for other diseases or ailments.

Radiation contamination from Fukishima's disastrous meltdown is a major health problem for everyone in the Northern Hemisphere, despite the absurd denials of governments and international agencies. The Natural Solutions Foundation's Medical Director, Rima E. Laibow, MD presents the fourth in a series of Public Service videos on radiation protection. This video focuses on chelation as an option for the removal of radioactive toxic metals and substances ingested in food or water or inhaled. 

Natural Solutions Foundation

Markets Fall On Second Major Earthquake Near Fukushima - Apr 7, 2011
Kurt Nimmo
Following a 7.4 magnitude earthquake off the coast of northeastern Japan today, the major stock market indexes fell after rising all morning.

The Dow was down about 40 points, or 0.3% shortly after reports came in. The S&P 500 fell about 3 points, or 0.2%, according to Barron's.

Peter Cardillo, chief market economist at New York-based brokerage house Avalon Partners Inc., told the Victoria Advocate the earthquake "means perhaps further economic decline in Japan." Japan is the world's third-largest economy and buys 10 percent of U.S. exports. Shortly after the March 11 earthquake, economists predicted the disaster would ultimately cost more than $100 billion dollars.

Alex Jones Tv - Part 1 of 3

Radioactive Iodine 131 Found in California Tap Water, 181 Times Over Safe Levels - Apr 3, 2011
Read the report here

Bay Citizen via NY Times here.

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Fukushima Reactor 2 - March 27, 2011

Radiation 10 Million Times Above Safe Level? - Part 1 of 3

Radiation 10 Million Times Above Safe Level? - Part 2 of 3

Radiation 10 Million Times Above Safe Level? - Part 3 of 3

The Alex Jones Show - March 17, 2011
Dr. Bob Bowman on Eyewitness Reports of Japanese Being Radiated in Chiba Prefecture
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Alex Jones & Mike Adams: It's All About Keeping You Dependent
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The Alex Jones Show - March 16, 2011
Massive Cover-Up Of Radiation Levels in Fukushima Prefecture
Kurt Nimmo
A data map of radiation levels in Japan posted on the TargetMap website has omitted information from the Fukushima Prefecture where nuclear reactors are currently melting down.

The map reports a "survey" of the area is currently "underway," in other words the Japanese government is not reporting the obvious fact the area is contaminated with deadly radiation and it does not want the Japanese people or anybody else to know the full story.

A coordinated cover-up of the severity of the situation is underway. This sort of behavior is typical of governments, especially when they are interested in protecting their power base and protecting the interests of transnational corporations.

Normally stoic Japanese citizens are outraged over the lack of information forthcoming from the government. "Residents who have been evacuated after a radiation leak from a quake-hit nuclear power plant have expressed their anger with the lack of information about the incident and how to respond to it," The Mainichi Daily News reports.

In the United States, countless numbers have flocked to stores in pursuit of iodine tablets, said to help prevent thyroid cancer. Americans are obviously not buying the line promulgated by federal and state government that radiation does not pose a threat.

Katrina and other incidents have instructed the people in the uselessness of government and its desire to protect them. Increasingly, people understand they have to be proactive and protect themselves and not rely on a gaggle of self-serving bureaucrats.

In Russia's Far East, residents on Wednesday stocked up on iodine and checked radiation levels. Russia's emergencies ministry toted the same line as other government's around the world -- there is no risk to human health and no danger from radiation is expected.

Potassium iodide tablets have been given to some U.S. military flight crews near Japan and the no-go zone for soldiers and sailors is larger than that declared by the Japanese government for its citizens

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The Alex Jones Show - March 15, 2011
Biggest Broadcast of Japan's Nuclear Disaster Since

The Alex Jones Show - March 13, 2011
In this Sunday edition, Alex brings you live updates on the emergency in Japan following the meltdown of one of its nuclear power plants and the aftermath of the devastating earthquake and tsunami. INFOWARS IS TRACKING the aftershocks, the risk of further plant failures, the fallout, radiation safety information and the unfolding crisis the island nation is struggling to contain.

Japan's Nuclear Meltdown

Benjamin Fulford - 19 March 2011
Wake up Message for the people of the World

American Freedom Radio - Mar 16, 2011
Download Page: Project_Camelot
Project Camelot - Part 1 of 4

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Benjamin Fulfords on Jeff Rense - March 31, 2011
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The Truth of Fukushima Nuclear Accident  - April 8,  2011
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New radioactive leak at 2nd nuclear plant in Onagawa, Japan
In Japan, radioactive water is reported to have leaked from fuel pools at the Onagawa nuclear power plant following a violent aftershock measuring seven point one. The plant is less than a hundred kilometres from the stricken Fukushima plant, which is still to be made safe following last month's devastating double hit of earthquake and tsunami. To discuss how events might develop RT talks to Philip White from the Citizen's Nuclear Information Center, who's in Tokyo.

Emergency at Onagawa nuclear plant, radiation 700 times over normal - Mar 31, 2011

Seawater radiation hits new high in Japan
RT discusses Fukushima situation with John Large, an independent nuclear consultant

10,000,000 times normal radiation spike at Fukushima - Mar 27, 2011

Radiation level 1,600 times above norm in Fukushima nuke zone - Mar 22, 2011
Work to restore power and crucial cooling functions resumed Tuesday morning at the crisis-hit reactors at the quake-stricken Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, following suspension Monday after smoke was detected at its No. 2 and No. 3 reactors, its operator said. Meanwhile, radiation 1,600 times higher than normal levels has been detected in an area about 20 kilometers from the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, IAEA said.

Fukushima Fears: Nuclear disaster man-made? - Mar 19, 2011
Another powerful aftershock has struck Japan. This follows last week's double hit which killed over 7,000 people and crippled the Fukushima nuclear plant, raising fears of a meltdown. RT's Ivor Bennett is across developments in Japan.

Radioactive Kamikaze: - Mar 18, 2011
The race is on to restore electricity to Japan's stricken Fukushima nuclear facility - so that workers can then get the reactor cooling systems back online. Japan's also increased the severity of the accident to a level five out of seven - meaning the consequences reach wider than the power plant's vicinity. It's now a week since the country was rocked by its worst-ever post-war disaster that's left thousands of people dead or missing. Ivor Bennett is there for RT.

Saving Japan from Fukushima Meltdown

Nuclear No-go: Geiger counter key device in Japan

CrossTalk: Japan's Agony
On this edition of Peter Lavelle's CrossTalk he asks his guests what Japan's multiple tragedies mean for the country and the world and whether the international community can continue its long-term use of nuclear power.

Nuclear Thriller - Mar 17, 2011
Japan is struggling to regain control over the overheated reactors at the Fukushima nuclear plant, after a series of blasts and fires. The government's most-senior spokesman said cooling reactor number 3 is now the top priority because it's posing the biggest danger. The prognosis doesn't look good for those risking their lives to prevent the worst from happening at Fukushima. Paul Gunter of the Beyond Nuclear campaign group in Washington explains what they face.

What if Fukushima Meltdown Not Stopped On Time?

Media-manipulating Nuke Lobby No Good for World - Time for New Tech?
The head of the International Atomic Energy Agency says he's heading to Japan - almost a week after the nuclear crisis began. Critics say the watchdog is lagging behind and failing to keep on top of events. Journalist and author Afshin Rattansi told RT that the IAEA's response to the crisis suggests it's more of a concerned party than a watchdog.

Japan Govt Not in Control - Mar 16, 2011
Japan is struggling to control the reactors damaged by the disasterous earthquake as radiation levels continue to rise and a partial meltdown of nuclear fuel is feared in two facilities at the Fukushima plant. Workers were withdrawn after the danger of exposure peaked - the alert also saw plans to drop water from helicopters, adandoned.

Radioactive Material Leaked Out

Nuke Sub Reactors Emergency Track Record

Fukushima Nuke Crisis - Chernobyl on Steroids

 Nuclear Technology Gamble - Mar 15, 2011

LaRouchePAC Dave Christie - Mar 21, 2011
The Mass Strike the Rim of Fire

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