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IAEA Agreed In Writing To Conceal Fukushima Radiation Info From Public (Video)

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The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has been caught agreeing in writing to conceal information from the world about the extent of danger, damage and health effects at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant disaster in Japan.  Turner Radio Network has obtained official copies of the agreements signed by the IAEA and the Fukui Prefectural Government as well as between the IAEA and Fukushima Medical University.  We have the agreements, now YOU have them too!  

In an astonishing development in the ongoing disaster at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant in Japan, TRN has obtained official copies of agreements between the International Atomic Energy Agency and official entities in Japan, wherein the parties agree to conceal information from the public about the degree of damage, danger(s) and health effects on humans of the largest nuclear disaster in human history.

The first such agreement is signed on behalf of the Fukui Prefectural Government by Mr. Hiroyuki. Aratake, Director-General, Living and Environment Department. It is counter-signed on behalf of the IAEA by Mr. Denis Flory,  Deputy Director General,  Head of the Department of Nuclear Safety and Security.  This document lays out the reason for its existence and the scope of cooperation between the IAEA and Japan. 

Download the PDF of the Fukushima Medical University / IAEA agreement HERE

Bingo!   This is why officialsare perhaps lying about the radiation spike in San Francisco.  Makes sense don’t it.  And it sure as heck makes sense for the people of Japan.  They are being showered with radiation daily and the government would rather keep quiet about it.  Tats like falling and cutting your throat but because you were too embarrassed by the fall, you just cover it up wth a rag and go about your day all the while bleeding to death.  What the heck is wrong with people/government these days.   That’s common sense stuff.  Your suppose to help people.  Period.  -Mort


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    • taikun

      On Aug 21, 2013, Tepco reported 100,000,000,000,000 to 200,000,000,000,000 Becquerels of Cesium-137 has been released, the largest release of any isotope TEPCO have recognized.

      I wonder if TEPCO will be updating their number and I really wonder what the real number is.

    • Moirraine

      I don’t see anything in the article or in the agreements that is “hiding” anything.
      Please highlight what this article is trying to point out because after three read-thru’s, I can’t find a single thing except that they will disseminate info that isn’t classified asap.

      • Brightwinger

        You’ve answered your own question. Do you see the part where you noted classified information won’t be disseminated?

    • Alan8

      Folks, it’s time for torches and pitchforks! And maybe some nooses!

      These bastards have an obligation to inform the public about dangers WHILE WE CAN STILL DO SOMETHING ABOUT IT!

      We want their NAMES!!

      France is warning ITS citizens about the Fukushima radiation dangers:

      Why isn’t OUR government telling us??

      This morning I saw a report on Al Jazera News about Fukushima. I said “saw” — not “heard”: The sound was cut off for most of the story, yet came back perfectly when the story was over! I think the NSA (or another government agency (CIA, FCC?)) has the capability to CENSOR TV content, WHILE MAKING IT LOOK LIKE “TECHNICAL DIFFICULTIES”.

      I’ve come to expect this from our two fascist, corporate-funded parties.

      Yet another reason I vote Green Party.

    • R.S. Helms

      I would like to see the validity of the amount of radiation that has actually encroached the islands and the west coast, and the amount of radiation that is in the seafood, how it is measured, and is there really a safe level in the sea food, and produce from the west coast?

    • Anonymous

      Two US maps from the nuclear network. One is just days after Fukushime…the other just days ago….you decide if we are being bombarded with Japans radiation…I’ve already made up my mind.

    • Paveway IV

      The agreement is meaningless. The IAEA had their Chernobyl medical spin team go to work in Fukushima to make sure *nothing* was found to prove how harmless the radiation was.

      The head thyroid doc was Japanese and helped *not* find thyroid cancer in Gomel from Chernobyl. Plenty of his supposedly cancer-free victims are buried in the Ukraine today thanks to his superb medical work on behalf of the nuclear industry.

      With the IAEA’s help once again, Dr. Mengele-san did his own people the same favor by assuring Fukushima parents that no thyroid problems in Fukushima children could have possibly resulted from the accident. They should pretty much ignore thyroid nodules in their children because they were ‘normal’.

      When the reactor in your neighborhood has a major accidental release, expect the IAEA to chopper in the current Dr. Mengele to assure you that the tumor on your child’s throat is normal and unrelated to radiation.

      When it’s done with poisoned gas, it’s documented as a crime against humanity and called genocide.
      When it’s done with radiation, it’s censored or denied and called ‘scaremongering by anti-nukes’

    • Knigdom_Hearts247

      :!: If Obama wanted to be a decent president, he wouldn”t be hiding all of this crap from us. And they are already hiding Fukishima from people, cause i had family from Cali over this weekend. So I asked them about it and they were like “what radiation. I was like OH MY GOD!! Why are they hididng this from the public. We should have the right to know about anything that endangers our live or the way we live. :mad: :mad: :mad:




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