As COBRA says, much of the fear-mongering around Fukushima is disinfo/misinfo. Some of the articles floating around the Internet are right over the top. I have never had the feeling that most of us are in danger from Fukushima radiation, but that’s just me.
Here is Fulford’s personal report. He lives in Japan.
I suppose the truth may be somewhere in between the worst and best-case scenarios, but Fulford could live anywhere. Why would he choose to live in an area where he is exposed to supposedly lethal levels of radiation? Has he calibrated his Geiger counter? I hope so. ~ BP
To Drake From Ben Fulford
Benjamin Fulford: My geiger counter is called Air Counter_S and it can detect between 0.05 microsieverts per hour and 9.9 microsieverts per hour. I live 200 kilometers from Fukushima and have never detected anything beyond normal background radiation, even when there is heavy rain that has come from the direction of Fukushima. The local organic food store has tested all produce they receive since March 11, 2011 and have yet to find a single instance of radioactive food. There is a young woman from Fukushima who rents a room from me and her family sends her rice grown 80 kilometers from Fukushima and it is not radioactive.
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