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Benjamin Fulford says no Radiation in Japan:

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posted on Sep, 17 2011 @ 08:03 PM
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For people that don't have access to youtube, this is a recent video from Ninja Army Member - Ben Fulford - Self proclaimed "Speaker for the illuminati resistance" which is supposedly run by Asian Mafia gangs... Calling himself the White Dragon (Or is that the group)

In any case, he talks about a friend coming to visit him in Japan with a geiger counter and no receiving any results.



On a side note, Fulford's Japanese is impressive. Beyond that, the guy looks more and more worn down every time a new video comes out. My prediction is he will be the crazy guy in Times Square with an "End Days" sign within the next decade....


Point of all of this is to show the conflicting conspiracies that come out from all sides of crazy that speak about them.

Enjoy.




posted on Sep, 17 2011 @ 08:07 PM
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1 guy = there is no radiation

everybody else = there's hella radiation!!!!

everybody else ftw



posted on Sep, 17 2011 @ 08:08 PM
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haha only 6 nuclear reactors melted down.....come on thats no big deal right



posted on Sep, 17 2011 @ 08:09 PM
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Originally posted by My.mind.is.mine
1 guy = there is no radiation

everybody else = there's hella radiation!!!!

everybody else ftw


Well, he does say that HAARP caused the Earthquake, and Japan was given an ultimatum before it happened. I thought that would give him some "street cred" on here.



posted on Sep, 17 2011 @ 08:15 PM
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I think Benji's comments on radiation are more focused towards the local population,...Remember, he is choosing to remain living there, so he might be fooling himself a little too...
His info in general has no frame of reference for the rest of us to verify in anyway...
Also it might be a combination of: In Japan it is all about saving face,... in order for him to interact successfully in Japan,... he must "play along " that there is no radiation crisis...

imo...



posted on Sep, 17 2011 @ 08:16 PM
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maybe he forgot that nuclear reactors and radiation are like peanut butter and jelly..



posted on Sep, 17 2011 @ 08:25 PM
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Originally posted by My.mind.is.mine
reply to post by boncho
 


maybe he forgot that nuclear reactors and radiation are like peanut butter and jelly..


I don't think the idea is that there is no radiation at all. I think the idea is that the entirety of Japan is not glowing, as some people claim (in other phrase).



posted on Sep, 17 2011 @ 08:31 PM
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in all honesty i didn't watch the video (i'm at the slave plantation right now) can you tell me what the reason would be for upholding this image of a nuclear disaster/radiation littered wasteland? what do TPTB have to gain, AND why was it done?



posted on Sep, 17 2011 @ 08:36 PM
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I don't trust ninja boy.



posted on Sep, 17 2011 @ 09:01 PM
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I don't know what to make of it honestly.

Where are they? Not all areas in Japan will have high readings, considering the multi-melt is fact.
How do they explain all of the countless youtube videos showing high readings from 1-10 uSv per hour?

Also, I am not worried about radiation per say, I seek to understand it and learn about it. So I don't really have radiation-phobia. But if you put something highly radioactive in front of me, I will run quickly. That's just common sense.

Do you have shark phobia? Probably not, but I don't see anyone jumping in the shark tank to prove it. That would be a huge mistake most likely.

I honestly don't know what to respond with. Ben Fulford has said a lot of meaningful and reasonable things before, but hey no one is perfect. Perhaps he is lying to himself like everyone else is? That could be understandable.

But if what they say is true, I want to know how the radiation readings all over youtube are faked. And if those videos are not faked, what am I suppose to think as a result?
Also, I didn't know that 20,000 people died at Chernobyl on the first day of the event?

Call me confused but there is something wrong with all of this. I'll just go take a nap and think rest on it. Maybe in the morning I will have an epiphany. We will see.

Anyways, good find Boncho, thanks for sharing this bizarre video.
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posted on Sep, 17 2011 @ 09:05 PM
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Originally posted by My.mind.is.mine
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in all honesty i didn't watch the video (i'm at the slave plantation right now) can you tell me what the reason would be for upholding this image of a nuclear disaster/radiation littered wasteland? what do TPTB have to gain, AND why was it done?


Just playing devil's advocate here:

Agenda 21 - United Nations website



posted on Sep, 17 2011 @ 09:16 PM
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Well the footage released of the after effects of the earthquake is
certainly Faked, as has been asserted in the link below from the beginning.

www.cluesforum.info...

Go White Dragons! (even if they turn out to be mythical
)



posted on Sep, 17 2011 @ 09:17 PM
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Ain't that the same crazy man with the ninjas ? Yeah, it's him alright; still spewing bull# I see. Ninja power!



posted on Sep, 17 2011 @ 09:23 PM
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Originally posted by My.mind.is.mine
reply to post by boncho
 


in all honesty i didn't watch the video (i'm at the slave plantation right now) can you tell me what the reason would be for upholding this image of a nuclear disaster/radiation littered wasteland? what do TPTB have to gain, AND why was it done?


I won't say "TPTB"...

But there are plenty of reasons why people would make the Japan disaster out to be worse than it is.

Anti-Nuclear interest groups.
Youtube video makers that get views off fear and end times videos.
Powerful interests that want to limit export/trade/tourism to Japan.

Plenty of reasons.

There are also plenty of reasons to make it seem like less serious than it is as well. That must also be considered.



posted on Sep, 17 2011 @ 11:10 PM
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boncho my friend, you really must put in a little more effort, don't forget that dutchinsense has also declared fukujima radiation a psyops as well as ken adachi, and the other folks at educateyourself.org, most of those rads in the states and the great white north are from local plants [and some judicious spraying]. not to mention tritium leaking into the rivers, perhaps it's a teleportation jutsu?

nice job playing dumb re fullford and friends, but playing dumb takes effort, especially when it doesn't come naturally.



just in case:

you do know that the best way to silence one small voice shouting truth to power, is to bury it under a mountain of BS?



posted on Sep, 17 2011 @ 11:34 PM
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you do know that the best way to silence one small voice shouting truth to power, is to bury it under a mountain of BS?

 


Mountains of BS have become mainstream these days.

Scary actually.



posted on Sep, 18 2011 @ 05:22 AM
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Look, either there were meltdowns or there was not.

If there were, mass pollution is a scientific inevitability.

If there were no melts, and it is all a hoax, than of course the opposite is true.



posted on Sep, 18 2011 @ 06:03 AM
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How do they explain all of the countless youtube videos showing high readings from 1-10 uSv per hour?


Some common sources of Radiation:

Sleeping next to someone: 0.05 uSv
Eating one Banana: 0.1 uSv
Living within one mile of a Coal power-plant for a year: 0.3 uSv
Using a CRT monitor for a year: 1 uSv
Background dose received in a normal day: 10 uSv
Airplane flight from New York to LA: 40 uSv
Living in a stone, Brick, or Concrete Building for a year: 70 uSv
Yearly dose from natural potassium in the body: 390 uSv
Mammogram: 3,000 uSv
Normal Yearly Background Dose: 3,650 uSv
Chest CT scan: 5,800 uSv

www.projectrho.com...

The most common sources of radiation are from the Decay of Potassium 40, Carbon 14, and cosmic rays penetrating the atmosphere.



Most Radiation doses from accidents such as these are from Iodine 131, which is a fissile decay product of Uranium/Plutonium.

It would be your primary contributing factor to increases in radiation doses, because it has a half life of 8 days.

But that also means that it disappears from the environment quickly, becoming Xenon 131 after a relatively short amount of time.

SO, if you start out getting 10 uSv per hour... within 8 days you are only getting 5 uSv per hour
and then 8 days later you are getting 2.5 uSv per hour
and then 8 days later you are getting 1.25 uSv per hour
and then 8 days later you are getting 0.625 uSv per hour
and then 8 days later you are getting 0.3125 uSv per hour
and then 8 days later you are getting 0.15625 uSv per hour
and then 8 days later you are getting 0.078125 uSv per hour

Etcetera, Etcetera, Etcetera...

And that is after only 2 and a half months.
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posted on Sep, 18 2011 @ 06:38 AM
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Are you saying this video is hoaxed?


Where would all that radiation come from on this little drive through Fukushima Prefecture?

No where in your list is "Fukushima" as a source of radiation.



posted on Sep, 18 2011 @ 06:57 AM
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Originally posted by ErtaiNaGia


Sleeping next to someone: 0.05 uSv
Eating one Banana: 0.1 uSv
Living within one mile of a Coal power-plant for a year: 0.3 uSv
Using a CRT monitor for a year: 1 uSv
Background dose received in a normal day: 10 uSv
Airplane flight from New York to LA: 40 uSv
Living in a stone, Brick, or Concrete Building for a year: 70 uSv
Yearly dose from natural potassium in the body: 390 uSv
Mammogram: 3,000 uSv
Normal Yearly Background Dose: 3,650 uSv
Chest CT scan: 5,800 uSv


Background dose per day = 10?

10 / 24 = .416 uSv /hr (This is what the NRC and EPA claim is the average background rate as well).

Then you put in a bunch of BS which does not come up on Geiger counters. Totally misleading.

I haven't seen any readings of people sleeping together, these readings were outside on the rainwater or atmosphere.
I don't see anyone using a Gieger on bananas on the videos.
Coal plant .3uSv / yr = .0000034 uSv / hr (.3 / 365 / 24 = .0000034)
No ones' taking reading of CRT monitors outside in rainwater are they?

I asked "where is the radiation readings coming from?" and you reply with "Airplane flight from NY to LA"??? What the hell kind of answer is this? You aren't even thinking about what you post are you?

No one is taking readings of architectural materials, we were talking about rainwater and atmospheric samples.

Potassium "in the body", how does this give readings outside the body? Hmm.

I don't think anyone is taking readings of women's breasts, mammograms? That's not in the videos I watched at least. And not in the one I linked above. How does a Chest CT scan cause a meter reading the atmosphere or water samples to show high activity?

You whole post is either misinformation or disinformation sorry. You never bothered to answer the question with any legitimacy.

You even debunked yourself, you provided information that claims the average background radiation dose is .4 uSv per hour. These readings shown all over youtube (countless videos) are showing readings from 1 to 10 uSv per hour. Up to 20 times higher than your source claims....How is this possible???

Dare I say, Fukushima??


You can't claim Coal plants either. Your own source shows coal only accounts for .0000034 uSv/hr and I am talking about 1 to 10 uSv /hr.



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