Friday, February 17, 2012

Seals and Radiation; Bees and Pesticide: SAME PLOT TO OBSCURE CAUSE

Enenews is running a news story covering the seal deaths in Alaska.

Enenews: NOAA: No radiation levels that would “directly” cause seal deaths, Fukushima not a “primary factor” — AP misreports this as “scientists find no radiation” — Cesium levels not released

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
2011 Northern Pinnipeds
Unusual Mortality Event (UME)
Preliminary Assessment of Radionuclide Exposure
Date: February 17, 2012

Emphasis Added by Enenews administrator
"Summary of findings: Scientists have conducted preliminary qualitative screening of a few tissue samples from both healthy and sick pinnipeds (ice seals and walruses) involved in this UME for possible radionuclide exposure. No radiation levels were found in these samples that would directly cause the symptoms seen in the pinnipeds. Test results show radiation levels are within the typical background range for Alaska"
Majia here: Thank you Enenews for bringing this to our attention.

I really have to wonder what the time frame is that they are using to derive "typical background range for Alaska"?

Also, it seems from the report, that the scientists haven't even tested for Cesium in the seals' tissues yet.

How can they definitely rule out radiation? 

Maybe because that is the intent?
This sounds to me like the same game that was played with the bee collapse and pesticides.

The New York Times ran an article on the bee collapse saying the cause of the problem was identified and it was not pesticides that were causing the collapse; rather, bee collapse was occurring because of a combination of fungus and mites.

I could tell the story was propaganda.

Then, I discovered that the scientist researching the bee collapse from fungus/mites was on a grant  from the same chemical company that produced the very pesticide now proven to be causing bee collapse. 

The guy sold out.

See also Wik-Bee Leaks: EPA Document Shows It Knowingly Allowed Pesticide That Kills Honey Bees BY Ariel SchwartzFri Dec 10, 2010
The pesticide weakened the bees, making them vulnerable to the mites and fungus. No doubt the same thing is happening to the bats.

In the story above about the seals, it appears the media are complicit given the careful framing of radiation effects in the story.

I've recently documented deliberate propaganda before, by Reuters and the Wall Street Journal

One has to ask how bad can it be if the scientists working for the NOAA are lying?

Many of them were unhappy with the lies surrounding the cover-up of the extent of the Gulf Oil Spill, the severity of it, and the adverse health implications of widespread Corexit use. 

So, those very same scientists should be saying, ENOUGH, the truth must be prioritized over the politics of "avoiding panic."

Maybe what we need to do is collectively panic constructively.

We need change right now before the planet is too contaminated for human life.

Reform must be massive, which means that the greedy and corrupt must be contained by very strict laws and injunctions, for they will fight any change if it threatens their little empires, even if it means we all will perish because of them.

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