Gundersen: All Japan Contaminated – What The Japanese Government Isn’t Saying About Fukushima

The news breaking from Fukushima Japan and ENENews today is anything but pleasant but news nonetheless and must be reported, though the Japanese government would like nothing less. Arnie Gundersen once more joins us to confirm that not only is ALL of Japan now contaminated by Fukushima but that the government is now intentionally covering up ENORMOUS RADIATION EXPOSURE to the Japanese people by their newly erected ‘iron curtain’. Thyroid problems are multiplying across Japan and we’re just now beginning to see the beginning of a ‘new thyroid epidemic’ according to this sobering story and the new video below.

Gundersen: All of Japan is contaminated, gov’t covering up enormous exposures to public; Epidemic is just beginning — Evacuee: We are in fact dying in Fukushima; What happened to us will soon affect all Japanese people (VIDEOS)

Arnie Gundersen, Chief Engineer at Fairewinds, Dec. 16, 2013: The Japanese parliament has just passed the state secrets law. It’s really an information ‘iron curtain’ that’s preventing people in Japan from learning just how bad the exposures were that they received after the accident at Fukushima. […] They’re trying to underestimate the amount of radiation that the Japanese received […] I think they’re neglecting some really serious sources of radiation in their effort to convince the Japanese people that nuclear power is safe. […] These exposures not being calculated by the Japanese, or the IAEA, are in fact enormous. [..] Fukushima was 3 times worse than Chernobyl as far as the noble gases [e.g. xenon, krypton] that were released. […] There’s already a 10-fold increase in thyroid issues in Japan and we’re just at the beginning of the thyroid epidemic. […] As I discovered when I was in Tokyo during the book tour during 2012, all of Japan is a radiologically contaminated area, and the people in Japan need to take extraordinary precautions. The net effect of all this is the total exposure to the Japanese is being grossly underestimated.
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