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The Emergence Of Vaccine Induced Diseases

Infowars.com | On virtually every level, whether it is food, water, medications or the contamination of our environment across the board including the air we breathe, we, as human beings, are under attack.  The view of the worlds’ populations by corporate, scientific, pharmaceutical, military and even our respective governments is, one of contempt.  None view the populations of the earth as anything more than potential test subjects for a wide array of experimentation of all kinds.  We are the test rats in the maze. In fact, we are considered disposable and detested by the world’s elite.

  • Written by: John Galt
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South Korean Schools Close Due To Radiation Fears

Guardian | More than 100 South Korean schools have cancelled or shortened classes over fears that rain falling across the country may show traces of radiation from the Fukushima nuclear plant in Japan.

The Education Office of Gyeonggi province said it allowed schools to decide whether to open on Thursday.

The prime minister's office said radiation levels in the rain were low and posed no health threat.

But officials said that 126 schools in Gyeonggi province near Seoul closed, and 43 others shortened class hours as a precaution.

The Ministry of Education, Science and Technology said only a few schools outside Gyeonggi cancelled classes on Thursday.

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Painkillers Can Lower Colon Cancer Risk

Foxnews | A new study adds to growing evidence that regular use of painkillers like aspirin or ibuprofen may reduce a person's risk of developing colon or rectal cancers - sometimes by as much as 50 percent.

Test report also shows that people with a family history of colon cancer - who are therefore at higher risk for the disease - also benefit from the pain relievers.

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CDC Says Americans Not At Risk From Japan Radiation

CNN | Minuscule amounts of radiation detected in the United States do not pose any risk to Americans' health, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Director Dr. Thomas Frieden reiterated Tuesday.

"We do not expect radiation to reach problematic levels," he said on a conference call with reporters.

Despite a low-level of concern, Frieden said, agencies such as the CDC, the Food and Drug Administration, the Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Department of Agriculture were all actively monitoring the air, the food and the water supplies in the U.S. for any evidence of contamination.

Dr. William Jones, acting director for the FDA's division of food safety, echoed Frieden's sentiments.

"There is a great deal of monitoring going on for any product that comes into this country," said Jones. "Anything contaminated to level where it could pose a concern would be detected."

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Radiation Emptying Into Sea Tests Millions Of Times Over Limit

CNN |  Another attempt by Japanese officials to stop the leaking of highly radioactive water from a nuclear reactor into the ocean failed Tuesday, the country's Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency said.

A silica-based polymer dubbed "liquid glass" was pumped into the leaking shaft from below at reactor No. 2 of Japan's Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant. Workers hoped that the substance would harden and fill gaps beneath the concrete that was poured into the shaft in a previous unsuccessful attempt, but the material did not set as hoped, NISA reported.

It was the latest of a series of setbacks Japanese authorities faced Tuesday, with the detection of radiation in a fish and news that water gushing from the nuclear plant into the Pacific had radiation levels more than millions of times above the regulatory limit.

Readings from samples taken Saturday in the concrete pit outside the turbine building of the plant's No. 2 reactor -- one of six at the crisis-plagued plant -- had radiation 7.5 million times the legal limits, said an official with the Tokyo Electric Power Company, which runs the plant. Newer findings, from Tuesday afternoon, showed a sizable drop to 5 million times the norm.

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Japan Sets First Radiation Standard for Fish

Yahoo | For the first time, Japan is setting a standard for the amount of radiation allowed in fish.

The decision comes after radiation more than 7.5 million times the legal limit for seawater was found just off a tsunami-damaged nuclear plant.

Chief Cabinet Secretary Yukio Edano says the government will apply the maximum allowable radiation limit for vegetables to fish.

The move came after the health ministry reported that fish caught off Ibaraki prefecture — which is about halfway between the plant and Tokyo — contained levels of radioactive iodine that exceeded the new legal limit. Cesium was also found just below the limit. The fish were caught Friday, before the safety limit was announced Tuesday.

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