Nuclear News & Legacy – Fukushima Radioactive Food 2020 – Pacific ocean radioactive

Japan has been planting rice patties right next to tens of thousands of bags of nuclear soil, contaminated soil that they picked up and put in plastic bags. They’re growing rice in the field right across the road from there – the field is Low Ground the bags are on The High Ground. So which way do you think the water rolls? Japan is selling radioactive food all over the world grown in Fukushima, the prefecture where those three destroyed reactors are still sitting and contaminating the whole area was MILLIONS of sieverts of radiation. Korea, Taiwan, Vietnam, Thailand, China, UK HAVE ALL CLOSED FOOD IMPORTS FROM JAPAN DUE TO OFF-THE-SCALE NUCLEAR FOOD CONTAMINANTS!


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We have a lot of different nuclear news and subjects to cover today . Considering what Fukushima nuclear meltdowns have now done and continue to do its just a short matter of time before the entire planet declares nuclear academics terrorist .

A customer asked, “In what aisle can I find pizza with dog shit on it ?”
The clerk asks, “Are you a nuclear academic ?

The guy, clearly seems offended, says, “Yes I am. But let me ask you something. if I asked for some Whiskey, would you ask if I was Irish?” Or if I had asked for chocolates , would you ask me if I was Swedish . If I had asked for Italian sausage, would you ask me if I was Italian ? Or if I had asked for a Taco, would you ask if I was Mexican?

The clerk says, “No, I probably wouldn’t.”

The nuclear academic reply’s , “Well then, because I asked for dog shit on a pizza , why did you ask me if I’m a nuclear academic?

The clerk replied, “Because you’re in a telephone shop you terrorist ” 😋😎


  1. They are selling that rice as organic too.

    What did they raise it to? I love Dana but he’s longwinded. It was already 1200 Bq/kg for cesium alone, which is the highest in the world. I think that for everything which they count (which isn’t everything) that it was 1500 Bq/kg. Japan’s is 100 Bq/kg. I think it’s payback for WWII. I think that Dana said that first. Our water was still the best in the world if they followed the rule correctly. But, that ended under Obama.

    A couple of years ago I went into a Sushi restaurant while waiting for a doctor and asked about where their food was from. They claimed to be Chinese and not know. Shortly thereafter it became a Mexican restaurant or something. When I drive by it now and again, I have to smile to myself.

    • Well you said it about long-winded. I love Dana too because he’s the Last Man Standing. Kevin has gone a little sideways because he’s a defeated man, he’s scared to death he’s going into relapse and he knows it. His grandson just got diagnosed with AML at 2 years old so he’s feeling kind of defeated. He’s having a hard time paying his property taxes, A large part of his funding dried up he’s really bitter. I offered almost a year ago to host him in South America as long as he wanted to stay, he can continue his activism from here – in the activist world you don’t have to be where the battle is not these days. But he’s still old-fashioned and said no I got to stay here I got to do my thing – I said okay man you know what you’re doing – I know what you’re doing you might as well run it until the Mufflers and the wheels fall off I understand that. But, by the way the next time you’re in New York City be sure and go by that Sake Bar and have a couple of shots of fukushimas’ finest and pick up a couple of bottles to go it makes a great gift – NOT! LOL. Dammit man, I don’t understand de Blasio and New York City allowing the shit to even get a business permit, unbelievable!

      • I love Dana period, and Kevin too. That was good of you to offer. It’s hard for people to uproot, especially if they have family. He needs to move to a homestead exemption state. They claim that property taxes are “progressive” but after seeing an elderly couple selling trinkets a state fair because they couldn’t afford their property taxes, even though it was in a poor dangerous neighborhood, made me pay attention. Some places tax the contents of small shops, whether you sell anything or not, and even wedding rings. You remind me of how people at Union Theological Seminary begged Bonhoeffer not to return to Germany, but he said that if he didn’t live with the people during the Nazi period that he wouldn’t be able to understand them later. He wasn’t married but did have family there. Because of his family, he couldn’t double cross the Nazis though he had an opportunity to do so. I need to get speakers, I guess, to play him on. I don’t want to buy anything until I am permanently settled, however.

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