USA: President Obama announced Americans should NOT prepare for the possibility of a radioactive fallout from Japan. | 18Mar2011 20:36:11
In what can only be called truly incredible breaking news, President Obama yesterday announced that Americans should NOT prepare for the possibility of radioactive fallout. They should only watch the news and listen to official information, but don't get prepared.
It's truly one of the most cowardly examples of non-leadership I've ever seen in the White House, and that includes President Bush reading books to kindergarteners during the 9/11 attacks. With this announcement, Obama has set in motion a non-preparedness attitude in America that will get people killed if a radioactive plume really does rain down upon California and the West Coast.
His actions today were inexcusable and highly irresponsible. What kind of President tells Americans to NOT prepare for a pending possible disaster? Even the U.S. government's own preparedness website www.Ready.Gov urges people to follow these three steps: 1) Have a (preparedness) kit, 2) Make a plan, and 3) Stay informed.
Obama says that's just too much. Who needs a kit? Who needs a plan? Just watch TV! It is the most dangerous and mindless advice I have yet heard on this whole nuclear catastrophe situation.
Read my full story on Obama's completely asinine announcement that Americans should NOT prepare for what might be coming their way real soon:
Today NaturalNews also covered the story of how the MOX fuel in Fukushima reactor #3 is a combination of plutonium and enriched uranium. This is what terrorists use to make dirty bombs, folks. It's nasty stuff.
This MOX fuel is 2,000,000 times more toxic than enriched uranium alone. And it has a half-life of 24,000 years. And it could be released into the atmosphere if they don't get this situation under control:
The NRC, meanwhile, says the fuel rod cooling pools have run dry. Every nuclear engineer in the world knows this is a red alert event when your cooling pools run dry:
(Naturalnews newsletter 18.03.2011)