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Seattle Exopolitics Examiner
Alfred Lambremont Webre
July 26, 2011

Independent scientist Leuren Moret, MA, PhD (ABT) has detailed – in an ExopoliticsTV interview with Alfred Lambremont Webre released July 26, 2011 – how radiation contamination from the Fukushima false flag nuclear event on March 11, 2011 is growing in Japan, the U.S. and Japan. Ms. Moret’s interview is part of a 3 interview series on the continuing impact of Fukushima radiation. Part 1 of 3 of the ExopoliticsTV interview series dealt with growing infant mortality and the hidden nuclear genocide of babies and children resulting from Fukushima-related radiation. Part 3 of the Leuren Moret interview series, to be released shorty, reveals the collusion of the Japanese, U.S. and Canadian governments in continuing to cover up these radiation impacts.

Manhattan Project Scientist Supports Evacuation of Fukushima Area

Underscoring the danger of Fukushima radiation levels to children and unborn infants, Professor Ernest J. Sternglass, a scientist in the Manhattan Project that developed the atomic bomb used against Hiroshima and Nagasaki, filed a statement in the Japan-based lawsuit seeking to mandate the evacuation of children from the radioactively contaminated Fukushima area.

The text of Professor Sternglass’ statement with the court is at the end of this article.

Government of Japan bans online truthful reports on Fukushima, such as Leuren Moret interviews

The Government of Japan has now passed an Executive Order making the publication of articles, interviews and information such as this series of interview with independent scientist Leuren Moret illegal in Japan.

Examiner.com has reported that “Japan has passed a law that will enable the police and contractors to monitor Internet activity without restriction to ‘cleanse’ the Internet of any “bad” Fukushima radiation news.

Japan Officially Orders Censorship Of Truth About Fukushima Nuclear Radiation Disaster

The government of Japan has issued an official order to telecommunications companies and web masters to censor reports which contradict the state media reports that the Fukushima nuclear radiation disaster is over.”

Leuren Moret Revelations Confirmed by Recent Reports on Radiation-Contaminated Food

Leuren Moret’s revelations in her ExopoliticsTV interview as to food contamination have been confirmed by recent news reports. One report dated July 26, 2011 states, “More than 2,600 cattle have been contaminated, Kyodo News reported, after the Miyagi prefecture – which is next to the Fukushima prefecture – released figures showing that 1,183 cattle at 58 farms were fed hay containing radioactive cesium before being shipped to meat markets.

“As much as 2,300 becquerels of cesium a kilogram were detected in the contaminated beef, according to a July 18 statement from the health ministry. The government limit is 500 becquerels per kilogram.

“Prolonged exposure to radiation in the air, ground and food can cause leukemia and other cancers, according to the London-based World Nuclear Association.

Agriculture Minister Michihiko Kano has said officials didn’t foresee that farmers might ship contaminated hay to cattle ranchers. That highlights the government’s inability to think ahead and to act, said Mariko Sano, secretary general for Shufuren, a housewives organization in Tokyo.

“’The government is so slow to move,’ Sano told the Kyodo news agency.

“’They’ve done little to ensure food safety.’

“Aeon Co, Japan’s biggest supermarket chain, said yesterday that 4,108 kilograms of beef suspected of being contaminated was accidentally put on sale at 174 stores across Japan, said the Bloomberg news agency. Supermarkets started testing beef after the Tokyo Metropolitan Government found radioactive cesium in slaughtered cattle this month.

“The government on July 19 banned cattle shipments from Fukushima prefecture, though not before some had been slaughtered and shipped to supermarkets.

“On Tuesday, the Japanese government finally announced it would shoulder the $25 million financial burden of purchasing and destroying the meat and contaminated hay. The government has also directed meat producers to seek compensation from Tokyo Electric (TEPCO) the owner of the Fukushima Daiichi plant, Bloomberg reported.

“’Some areas still have high radiation dosages and if you also eat products from these areas, you’ll get a considerable amount of radiation,’ Sentaro Takahashi, a professor of radiation control at Kyoto University in western Japan, told Bloomberg.

“’This is why the government needs to do something fast.’”

“Seafood – A Japanese Staple – Still a Concern

“Seafood is another concern after caesium-134 in seawater near the Fukushima plant climbed to levels 30 times the allowed safety standards last week, according to tests performed by TECPO, Bloomberg cited broadcaster NHK as reporting.

“Struggles to test food products

Japan has no centralized system to check for radiation contamination of food, leaving local authorities and farmers conducting voluntary tests. Products including spinach, mushrooms, bamboo shoots, tea, milk, plums and fish have been found contaminated with cesium and iodine as far as 360 kilometers from Fukushima Daiichi.

“Four months after the earthquake and tsunami, local governments short of equipment, staff and funds are struggling to test all farm products.

“The government is considering whether it’s feasible to test all cattle to prevent shipments of tainted meat to market, according to Yazoo Sasaki, senior press counselor for the agriculture ministry, said Bloomberg.”

Manhattan Project scientist supports evacuation of Fukushima area

Underscoring the danger of Fukushima radiation levels to children and unborn infants, Professor Ernest J. Sternglass, a scientist in the Manhattan Project that developed the atomic bomb used against Hiroshima and Nagasaki, filed a statement in the Japan-based lawsuit seeking to mandate the evacuation of children from the radioactively contaminated Fukushima area.

This is the text of Professor Sternglass’ statement with the Japanese court.

Professor Ernest J. Sternglass

Statement of Ernest J. Sternglass in relation to the provisional injunction against the Education Committee of Koryama City, Fukushima to evacuate the children from the radioactively contaminated area being filed on June 24 2011.

“I will make a brief statement describing the principal considerations in this matter and conclude that the children and adults living in the radioactively contaminated areas where the gamma dose rate at one meter above the surface is greater than 1 microSievert per hour should relocate to an area with less or no contamination immediately. The reason is that many studies during the last 40 years have shown that prolonged exposure to radiation even at relatively low total doses is far more damaging to human health than when the same dose is delivered in a short burst, as from a medical X-ray or the burst of gamma rays from a nuclear bomb explosion. Moreover, it has been found that the developing infant in a mother’s womb and the years of childhood is many times as likely as an adult to develop cancer and other life-threatening diseases as described in the website of the Radiation and Public Health Project (RPHP) www.radiation.org of which I am a founding director.

“My professional background.

“I am a retired Professor of Radiological Physics from the Department of Radiology at the University of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, where I directed the Radiological Imaging Division. Prior to this, I was a research physicist at the Westinghouse Research Laboratory, developing new types of imaging devices to reduce radiation doses as compared with X-ray films.’

“I have published more than 60 articles, books, testimony and letters as listed in the website of RPHP during the last 38 years, most of them dealing with the health effect of low-level radiation, including that produced by nuclear fission products from distant nuclear bomb tests and the small permitted releases from nuclear reactors, as well as from nuclear reactor accidents such as Chernobyl and Three Mile Island.”

Ernest J. Sternglass

June 23.2011

END OF STATEMENT

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