Governments Have Raised Acceptable Radiation Levels Worldwide to Dupe the Populace
By Shepard Ambellas
October 14, 2012
A study by the Journal for Environmental Science and Technology details how dangerous radiation from Fukushima contacted the United States, especially in California “with the greatest exposure in central and southern California”.
In fact, the study determined that seaweed off the coast of California had been tested for radiation contamination and that radiation levels within the seaweed were 500% higher than safe levels.
You never know what might be contaminated with radiation these days as it is literally all over the world.
From nuclear bomb tests to failed nuclear reactors like Russia’s Chernobyl or Japan’s Fukushima Diachi power plant, radioactive isotopes are everywhere.
Some researchers have even found extremely high levels of Radiation in parts of the mainland US using a HEPA filter analysis method that tracks accumulative radiation.
A test of a HEPA air filter stationed in California recorded radiation levels at 351% and 538% above normal background levels.
The tests, conducted by the Enviroreporter, show levels much higher than normal background levels that are most likely coming from the Fukushima nuclear disaster.
It is clear that, despite a large scale misinformation campaign conducted by various governments and sock puppets throughout the internet, an increase in radiation has been seen in the United States after the Japan Fukushima nuclear disaster.
But what if ordinary household items that you use everyday are radiated and you just didn’t know it?
According to the CBSA, they have sustained an increase in radioactive packages coming from Asia since 2011. This is a red flag in the shipping world as not all ports have radiation detection and monitoring equipment.
Recently kitchenware shipped to a port in Canada from India was found to be contaminated with radiation common for use in the medical field.
This is alarming as radioactive materials are now being melted down and added to products that humans use to eat with or have very close contact to.
This of course only further contributes to worldwide depopulation efforts.
The Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) ordered that a small shipment of radioactive kitchenware, that found its way to the Port of Montreal, be taken out of the country.
The CNSC issued an order on Oct. 5, demanding that the contaminated container be sent back to India by Hanjin Shipping Canada — the company that delivered the cargo to Montreal’s port last May.
André Régimbald, the director of nuclear substance regulations for the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission, said “this was a relatively low-risk package or container and therefore, there was no need at that time to take immediate strong measures to get the container out of the port.”
According to the order issued to Hanjin Shipping Canada, the utensils inside the two-cubic-foot box are contaminated with Cobalt-60, a radioactive isotope often used for medical radiation.
The Canadian Borders Services Agency (CBSA) found the merchandise during routine scans performed on incoming cargo.
Does it scare you that any household item could be contaminated with deadly radiation?
At one point about 4 months after the Fukushima disaster I personally witnessed radiation levels on a rubber doormat above 135 CPM.
A rubber doormat! How much of this radiation got tracked through that residence from human foot traffic?
You might now be asking yourself, what other products do I use that might be contaminated? What foods do I eat that might be contaminated?
Lisa Garber reported in an article published on dev-test.intellihub.com;
The mainstream media is finished with Fukushima, but it seems Fukushima isn’t finished with us. A couple of irradiated fish captured near the inoperative nuclear plant showed 25,800 becquerels of caesium per kilo—258 times the level determined ‘safe’ by the government.
The plant ceased operations following a meltdown involving three reactors after the devastating earthquake and tsunami in March of 2011.
Radiation Spike in Fish
Since June, officials have allowed fishing outside a 31-mile radius from the plant while being purportedly stunned by the record radiation levels of the fish.
Until the recently captured pair of greenlings, record radiation levels had been at 18,700 becquerels per kilo as found in cherry salmons.
The Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) is intent on capturing more of and researching the fish, their food sources, as well as their habitats to explain the 7,100 becquerels jump.
Of course there is no ‘safe’ level of radiation, and food contaminated with high amounts of radiation can be especially dangerous.
However, Fox News reported that Japan’s government said the seafood is safe to eat early on, demonstrationing how governments worldwide are willing to lie even if their populations is at risk.
Do you trust your government?
According to Washington’s Blog;
Nuclear expert Arnie Gundersen says that high-level friends in the State Department told him that Hillary Clinton signed a pact with her counterpart in Japan agreeing that the U.S. will continue buying seafood from Japan, despite that food not being tested for radioactive materials.
Note: You can view a series of documents released under the Freedom of Information Act that prove, without a shadow of doubt, that numerous government agencies participated in a large scale cover up of the radiation that hit the United States from Fukushima here.
The information contained in the FOIA documents is so damning and hardcore that after we initially covered them we were attacked on a level we had never seen from people saying we were NOT covering the documents even as numerous articles continued to be published on them.
Shepard Ambellas is the founder & director of dev-test.intellihub.com (a popular alternative news website), researcher, investigative journalist, radio talk show host, and filmmaker. Follow Shepard on Twitter/NotForSale2NWO and on Youtube.com/user/NotForSale2NWO. Please feel free to checkout SHADEtheMotionPicture.com (An Ambellas & Bermas Film).