Navy Family: Fukushima Gave Our One-Year-Old Brain and Spine Cancer

Child born with multiple cancers 18 months after father’s exposure

Mikael Thalen
Infowars.com

A U.S. Navy family is blaming their one-year-old’s brain and spine cancer on radiation from the crippled Fukushima nuclear power plant.

fukukidSince the 2011 meltdown, more than 50 U.S. sailors involved in the Navy’s Fukushima rescue efforts have been diagnosed with multiple forms of cancer.

According to Charles Bonner, an attorney representing dozens of the cancer-stricken sailors, Fukushima’s radiation is being passed onto his client’s children.

“This radiation not only hurts the young sailors, but it hurts their offsprings,” Bonner told Democracy Now.

Reading a declaration from the wife of one sailor, Bonner revealed how a one-year-old boy has already been devastated due to radiation exposure.

“My husband was exposed to radiation particles while assigned to the Seventh Fleet on the USS Ronald Reagan assisting in Operation Tomodachi beginning in March of 2011,” the declaration read. “As a result of this exposure, our son, who was born on November 14, 2012, at eight months was diagnosed with brain and spine cancer.”

Despite Fukushima’s clear connection to the deteriorating health of more than 100 U.S. military personnel, military leadership  continues to exclude radiation poisoning as a possibility.

“There’s no indication that any U.S. personnel supporting Operation Tomodachi experienced radiation exposure at levels associated with the occurrence of long-term health effects,” Navy Lt. Greg Raelson said in a statement.

According to radiation-decontamination officer Michael Sebourn, who was aboard the USS Ronald Reagan, sailors were exposed to “incredibly dangerous” radiation levels, reaching as high as 300 times above safe limits.

While multiple branches of the military deny any danger from Japan, the Pentagon has quietly ordered 75,000 packages of potassium iodide, admittedly due to radiation fears. Other agencies such as the Dept. of Health and Human Services have ordered a staggering 14 million doses as well.

Unfortunately, the children of military personnel exposed to Fukushima may not be the only ones at risk. A recent study from the Radiation and Public Health Project found that babies born in the western United States shortly after the disaster were 28 percent more likely to suffer from congenital hypothyroidism.

While many have shifted their focus to radiation in the Pacific Ocean, most recently discovered in California kelp, a new discovery in British Columbia suggests that airborne radiation is still an ongoing issue.

Given former MSNBC host Chenk Uygur’s comments regarding the media’s role in ignoring radiation reports not sanctioned by the U.S. government, a state-sponsored apology to Navy sailors seems unlikely.

Watch Alex Jones’ interview with U.S. Navyman Steve Simmons on the government’s Fukushima cover-up:
http://youtu.be/K0wtzcbPtL8

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4 comments on “Navy Family: Fukushima Gave Our One-Year-Old Brain and Spine Cancer
  1. Paladin Justice says:

    OT, but perhaps of interest. One of my friends runs a dog boarding facility. One of her clients, just dropped off for the first time, jumped two fences to freedom. I spent my whole day riding up and down streets looking for the large white German Shepherd. Burned a quarter tank of gas. No luck, came home tired, sad, and discouraged.

    Now, get this. I saw three animal control officers out looking for the dog. One, the Mexican, was parked and BSing with a cop. Nothing unusual about government employees goofing off. The second, a younger white guy seemed interested in finding the dog. The third was an older white male. Get this. He said he saw and almost captured the dog 10 miles from where it was later found, which was within a couple hundred yards of the boarding facility. The older white guy then said he saw the dog trying to get in her front gate but it ran away and almost got hit by a car. The whole time the dog was in a neighbor’s house a few hundred yards away. it had jumped the neighbor’s fence and gone up to their sliding glass door and invited itself in and made itself at home. The neighbors eventually reunited the dog with the boarding facility as the owners are on vacation.

    So, here we have a liar who sent me on several wild goose chases so he could be important. The happy news is that the dog is safe and locked in a strong pen. I’m too tired to absorb any Fukishima news tonight, but at least I’ll be able to sleep knowing the dog is safe. Government employees are sometimes good, but often worthless. In this case the older white guy was worse than worthless.

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  2. Yeah, right. Agent Orange was harmless too.

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