Radiation: The Gift That Keeps on Giving
by Mary Faith Bonney, Buffalo
Nothing could be more important right now than to put our collective attention on those who continue to create lethal toxic wastes, dumping them into the world we all share. There is so much lying and covering up being done by these polluters while they destroy our air, land and water. What could be more precious and valuable than the resources of the earth that we need for survival? The silence has been deadening in the media regarding the nuclear industry and it’s growing stockpile of concentrated life killing waste.
On March 11, 2015, it will be the fourth year of non stop radioactive and highly lethal effluents pouring into our great Pacific Ocean, and releasing into our jet stream that cycles the globe. This is the result of three full meltdowns at Fukushima Daichi nuclear power plant in Japan. The steady stream of thousands of tons of waste daily continue growing to this day. There is no way to eliminate these wastes and they will accumulate for centuries into the future, leaving an increasingly destroyed planet for us and our next generations. To gain deeper understanding of what the Manhattan Project was, check out the book Plutopia by Kate Brown. And to learn more about Fukushima today, the website Enenews has the most honest and current reporting. Thank you Artvoice, for shining some light on this.
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