Wednesday, March 16, 2011

The Speak No Evil, See No Evil, Hear No Evil Nuclear Cover-Up

The "see no evil" ancient Japanese carving from 716 B.C was popular back in the 1960's era. As a kid I remember seeing little statues of the three monkeys everywhere.  Unfortunately, this poem is still applicable hundreds of years later in 2011.

"O'er the door of the sacred Temple
They sit in their wisdom the three --
The little deaf Monkey,
The little dumb Monkey,
The Monkey who will not see;
With their eyes shut to evil,
Ears that hear only the right,
Lips that are dumb to scandal,
They sit in their silent night"

It's easy to spot certain media outlets that have an agenda to cover-up what's really happening in Japan and potential dangers of radiation fallout when they release such statement as in this SFGate.com article, No Radiation Peril Foreseen for California.  Such a headline is shocking to those who have researched there's a strong possibility the partial meltdowns of several plants in Japan could eventually cause radiation to travel by means of the Pacific Jet Stream to the West Coast of the United States. From such obvious omissions of facts in reporting we can obtain a good snap shot of those who have an agenda, perhaps proponents of the highly profitable nuclear power industry. See Fukushima Coverup, 40 Years of Spent Nuclear Rods Blown Sky High - PrisonPlanet.com.

In my opinion, instead of issuing such politically based statements, the news media should be letting people know they need to prepare just in case of nuclear fallout.  We all know there's a strong possibility the situation could worsen at this point.  The news outlets that release absolute "no radiation threat" statements don't care about the health or well being of people at all.

The U.S. government should have a large stock of potassium iodide tablets available for the public but instead it's allegedly trying to prevent people from obtaining it, even disallowing medical doctors to prescribe what is over the counter tablets.  See U.S. Government Blocking Americans from Obtaining Potassium Iodide?

A caller to The Alex Jones Show today related how he tried to obtain potassium iodide via prescription from his doctor having failed to buy it over the counter due to stocks being completely exhausted.
“Yesterday afternoon the Urgent Care in Ventura, California, denied me a prescription for KI (potassium iodide): an over the counter, salt,” writes Michael (surname withheld). “The reason for denying me a prescription was predicated upon the Doctors conversation, with both CDC and DHSC representatives, whom discouraged it. After asking her if she took government orders, she replied, “No, but I do take their recommendations.”

“As KI is unavailable in Ventura right now and I was unable to get a prescription, which the pharmacy required, I am still without a supply of KI,” adds Michael. - U.S. Government Blocking Americans from Obtaining Potassium Iodide?
According to CNN, the U.S. government has never purchased enough potassium iodide other than for those living within a 10 mile radius of a nuclear plant. See U.S. Radiation Drug Manufacturers Swamped with Calls from Japan.

Alan Morris talked very fast about the dangers of thyroid gland radiation poisoning as his business line rang incessantly in the background.

Some of these news outlets clearly have an agenda to diminish the potential dangers of the Japan nuclear fallout. In doing so, it appears the outlets are willing to lie and omit relevant facts to obtain their objectives.  People need to be aware there's a large industry of nuclear energy and its proponents that doesn't want this tragedy to affect their profitable industry possibly influencing a reverse of plans for global growth.