COVER-UP: US Navy sailors disappear as government, doctors bury truth about Fukushima radiation

Update of ongoing cover-up regarding health problems of Navy personnel exposed to Fukushima radiation aboard USS Ronald Reagan. For more background on this sordid maltreatment of US military personnel see

7 thoughts on “COVER-UP: US Navy sailors disappear as government, doctors bury truth about Fukushima radiation

  1. Perhaps, this will wake up some young people up to not choose a job that involves waging war on the disenfranchised peoples of this world.

    “Don’t do the crime if you can’t do the time.”

    My pity is reserved for the people who have suffered at the hands of this military monstrosity.

    And on the subject of Fukushima, from what I have been reading, these sailors and soldiers are not going to be the only Americans to suffer from the effects of this environmental catastrophe. And of course, unless one is reading alternate news sources, they wouldn’t even know what you were talking about, when mentioning Fukushima and radiation.


    • With unemployment rates at 20-30% among young people (50% among young African Americans), it’s really sad when serving in the military and homelessness are the only two choices. It takes a really strong person to choose homelessness as a career.

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      • I’m not sure these are the only two options. One can choose to have less toys and live on a much smaller income.

        The problem is, many kids want it all, and when they want it. And this gets them into a place where this choice can come.

        In my opinion, there is never a legitimate reason for a young person to choose murder as a career.


  2. Nuclear disasters, they are definitely an enormous threat to mankind. All governments are involved in cover-ups when they think to tell the truth would have dire consequences. I am worried that there are still people in our world who want to continue to build new nuclear power plants. Why don’t they instead use all their energy to gradually get rid of all existing power plants?


  3. Sojourner, the economies you propose are really only possible if you have some source of income. We’re talking about hundreds of millions of young people aged 18 to 24 who can’t get a job and who won’t ever have one. I have former clients in this situation here in New Plymouth and it’s hard to describe how bleak it is. One of them killed himself six months ago because every effort he made to get work fell through.

    I suppose drug dealing, petty larceny and prostitution are other options besides the military.

    I guess I find it really hard to judge unemployed young people who might choose the military option when I’m privileged to have sufficient income to put a roof over my head.


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