January 15, 2014. Perry Point, MD. The US federal government is obviously preparing for mass radiation poisoning, potentially infecting millions of Americans. But they give no indication of where the danger is coming from.
Many believe our government is lying about the amount of Fukushima radiation saturating the US. Others believe it’s in preparation for a nuclear attack by China, Iran, North Korea, Russia or any of a number of American adversaries.
On December 6, 2013, the Department of Health and Human Services requested bids from pharmaceutical manufacturers for 14,000,000 doses of Potassium Iodide. When the human body is attacked by radiation poisoning, it’s the thyroid gland that gets the earliest and most damage.
Potassium Iodide contains a large enough dose of stable iodine that it protects the human thyroid from being damaged by radioactive iodine for 24 hours after taking the tablet. But what is Uncle Sam ordering these for?
Fukushima radiation hits US
Something dishonest is going on with the US and Japanese handling of the Fukushima nuclear meltdowns that occurred in Japan in March 2011 and are still occurring today. Both governments have vehemently denied that any Americans or Japanese are in any danger from the crippled plant’s still-leaking radiation.
in fact, Japanese officials are going out of their way to downplay the dangers out of fear of losing billions of dollars during the upcoming 2020 Olympics in Japan.
The reason Japan’s handling of the catastrophe seems dishonest is that radiation levels at the Daiichi nuclear power plant have repeatedly been independently tested at levels exponentially higher than the Japanese government has ever been willing to admit publicly, until recently.
In August 2013, officials admitted that radiation levels at the nuclear plant were higher than at any time in the 2.5 years since the disaster. The following month, tests showed the radiation level still at its highest levels in years and 18-times higher than TEPCO had ever admitted to the public before.
As reported by Infowars last week, a number of San Francisco residents have been showing up at their city beaches and shoreline to test for radiation contamination. It began with one local resident posting a video of himself and his Geiger counter sounding alarms along the city’s oceanfront. The reader was showing radiation levels five-times the danger limit. Government officials immediately denied and dismissed the citizen’s warning.
Within days, YouTube was awash in other homemade videos from additional San Francisco area residents combing the beaches with their own Geiger counters. One video after another showed radiation levels spiking above safety levels. One amateur researcher recorded how the contamination levels his reader was picking up were getting stronger and stronger as he walked closer to the ocean water.
Mystery plague or Japanese radiation?
Even after San Mateo County officials in California finally reversed their position and acknowledged elevated levels of radiation, they still refused to link it to the Fukushima meltdown and instead announced that the cause was unknown. Local media outlets were the first to report the story and force it into the public spotlight.
“In the following days, other amateurs with Geiger counters began posting similar videos online,” reports the Half Moon Bay Review, “The videos follow other alarming news last month that starfish were mysteriously disintegrating along the West Coast, a trend that has not been linked yet to any cause.”
It would seem the US is being inundated with a number of mysterious plagues that have, “not been linked yet to any cause.” As detailed in the April 2013 Whiteout Press article, ‘US Babies suffering Radiation Poisoning from Fukushima’, newborn babies are required by law to be tested for hypothyroidism in the US.
And results of those tests from the year after the Fukushima meltdown showed American babies in the western-most five states testing positive for the thyroid disease at abnormally high levels.
Fish in the Pacific Ocean are mysteriously dying. American Bald Eagles that feed from the Pacific Ocean are littering the ground from some mysterious, crippling disease. Milk bought from stores in California tested positive for elevated levels of radiation. Grass fields in the US that cattle feed on are testing positive.
Rainwater is testing positive. And most recently, a resident in St. Louis, Missouri videotaped himself testing the radiation level of the snow falling last month. The Geiger counter reported radiation levels twice as high during snowfalls as on sunny days in the exact same spot. That spot is nowhere near the West Coast and instead is in the dead center of the continental United States.
Still wondering why the US federal government is buying 14 million anti-radiation tablets, most chalk it up to either anticipated radiation from Fukushima or an impending war that may include a nuclear dirty bomb or even a full-scale nuclear attack on the United States.
Ominously, this year marks the 100th anniversary of the start of World War 1. And many historians are pointing to the extensive similarities between a world on the brink of war in 1914 and a world on the brink of war in 2014.
Few Americans are aware that World War 1 began when hostilities broke out between Serbia and Austria. With global alliances kicking in, the war immediately escalated into a world war that took the lives of millions of people. Many historians point to the same arrogant animosity and national alliances today.
If a war suddenly broke out between North and South Korea, it would quickly expand to include China and the US. The same could be said for a war between China and Japan, or Syria and Turkey, or Russia and Georgia, or Iran and Israel. The point is, in January of 1914, few people imagined the death and destruction that awaited them in the coming months, just like today.
Perhaps the US federal government knows something the rest of the American people don’t and that’s the reason the Executive Branch is ordering 14 million anti-radiation potassium iodine tablets. And while nobody seems to know what the doses are for, there is some indication as to when they’re for. The request for bid from the government procurement office specifically states that all 14 million tablets need to be delivered, ‘on or before February 1, 2014, to Perry Point, MD.’
Why does the US government need 14 million anti-radiation doses rush delivered only six weeks after the notice was posted? The RFP was announced on December 6. Bids were due by December 23. And delivery is required by February 1. Is that an abnormally rushed timeframe for an abnormally large order of anti-radiation tablets? We don’t know. But something tells us we’ll find out soon enough.