Tuesday, August 16, 2011

The Fukushima Nuclear Disaster: Latest Video Updates About Dangerous Radiation Levels Measured In Canada

A few weeks back, I put up a series of Youtube videos courtesy of an independent researcher, who uses the Youtube name: "connectingdots1".  This man has been driving across Canada  to take radiation levels in different spots across the country. 

Connectingdots1 has put out reports that showed high levels of radioactivity in both the provinces of British Columbia, and Alberta, in western Canada.  He did not take any readings in Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and Northern Ontario, primarily due to the fact that it has not rained on the Canadian prairies in a while, and his SOEK radiation meter works best by reading levels off of water due to rainfall.  He encountered a bit higher levels from rainfall in Northern Quebec, and then went all the way to the east coast of Canada to take readings there.  To give everyone an insight on levels right across Canada, I have the videos of his report of slightly higher than normal radiation levels in northern Quebec, and also the normal readings of radiation on the Canadian east coast,  right here:

The Northern Quebec report:



Report from Canadian East Coast:



The most recent report from "connectingdots1"  was from Ottawa Ontario, in which he has been attempting to get his radiation meters calibrated by the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission.  That video report is right here:



It seems that "connectingdots1" definitely struck a nerve with his phone call to the Nuclear Safety Commission... Makes you wonder if they are indeed hiding something and fearful of public scrutiny???  

So while "connectingdots1" is in the Ottawa area, I want to present an absolutely alarming Video report of high radiation levels from independent researchers, "electrosyl" and "Canuckism101",  in the TORONTO area of southern Ontario.   Here is that shocking video:



NTS Notes: This latest report about high radioactivity should definitely hit home with a lot of my own viewers haling from southern Ontario.  

It is again obvious that our media and our own Canadian government is not telling the truth when it comes to the amount of radiation that Canada is being exposed to from fallout from the Fukushima disaster.   Therefore, I strongly request that anyone in the Toronto area take these videos to your local government representatives, and even your local media,  and ask them to take a look for themselves.

The bottom line is that the disaster at Fukushima is far from over, and Canadians will suffer the consequences, in the form of Cancer and other radiation caused diseases, for years to come.

More to come

NTS


2 comments:

Noor al Haqiqa said...

There will be no accountability for this mess. Our government is so NWO owned these days that we people just don't matter.

Don't you find that too many people and overpopulation thing a tad silly in our spacious country?

Anyhow, yea back to Fukushima in Canada. I have stopped caring other than to enlighten people as to the dangers. One cannot do much about what is in the air we breathe so I am just out there living life as usual. The thing is, no matter how heavensent the moment, in the back of my mind, there is no pure any longer.

In the forest, it is no longer the forest of purity of my childhood. Now everything has an underlying layer of pollution, a core of malfunction looking for a place to blossom ~ weeds pushing through cement.

I have accepted that our government lies on par with the most psychopathic on the planet and just roll with their planned ineptitude.

Now that international war has been declared upon us, the ordinary people, we certainly cannot expect any level of truth but from trusted sources ~ each other.

Thinking....... said...

Chalk River was also the site of two nuclear accidents in the 1950s
On December 5, 2008, heavy water containing tritium leaked from the NRU reactor as well.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chalk_River_Laboratories

Looks like the radiation hit Southern Ontario pretty hard.
The weather has been affected by the radiation in the air. They won't tell us that however.
I have found a number of people are having a hard time when they go outdoors. They can't seem to tolerate the air like they could last year.