(NaturalNews) Japan has been reporting for several days that much of the raw milk being produced in the Fukushima province is now radioactive. This raises today's quiz question: If the FDA were operating in Japan, what would they do about this raw, radioactive milk?
After all, it is the FDA that has long supported the mass irradiation of the food supply as a way to sterilize it and "kill pathogens." The food irradiation agenda has long been a top priority of the FDA (http://www.naturalnews.com/023015_f…). Meanwhile, the FDA has been a steady enemy of raw milk (and other raw foods).
Even today, when you buy almonds grown in California, they must be fumigated or irradiated in order to comply with California state law (which was supported by the USDA and applauded by the FDA). (http://www.naturalnews.com/021989.html)
Perhaps the Fukushima nuclear power plant has a future after all: Instead of producing power, it can function as an FDA-approved food irradiation center where fresh, raw foods are exposed to radiation to make them "safe" for public consumption.
Does your doctor want to irradiate your thyroid gland?
Guess what they use for their thyroid radiation treatment? Radioactive iodine — the same deadly substance being released from the Fukushima power plant!
I can't make this stuff up. The treatment is so dangerous that patients who subject themselves to it set off radiation alarms at airports and transportation centers. The patients are so radioactive that they're told not to stand near any other person for several days because the radiation would damage them. From EPA.gov:
"Key beta emitters used in medical imaging, diagnostic and treatment procedures are phosphorus-32, and iodine-131. For example, people who have taken radioactive iodine will emit beta particles. They must follow strict procedures to protect family members from exposure.
Radioactive iodine may enter the environment during a nuclear reactor accident and find its way into the food chain.
Industrial gauges and instruments containing concentrated beta-emitting radiation sources can be lost, stolen, or abandoned. If these instruments then enter the scrap metal market, or someone finds one, the sources they contain can expose people to beta emitters." (http://www.epa.gov/radiation/unders…)
Coming soon: The Fukushima hospital?
This leads to the rather obvious conclusion of what to do with the Fukushima nuclear power plant now that it can no longer be used to generate electricity: Western medical doctors can turn it into the Fukushima hospital to "treat" cancer patients and hyperthyroidism sufferers with yet more radiation!
This is not said in jest. Radiation is used every day throughout the medical industry, even when radiation is the cause of the cancer in the first place. Cancer doctors, you see, have somehow reached the bizarre conclusion that cancer is caused by a lack of radiation and therefore cancer patients need more radiation as a "treatment."
If this philosophy is followed throughout Japan, it will mean that all the cancer victims from the Fukushima catastrophe will be given yet more radiation as a way to treat the cancers they develop. Or perhaps they'll be given chemotherapy, a powerful chemical poison, to go along with the radiation. It all just shows you how completely quacked-out modern cancer treatments really are, doesn't it?
Only in western medicine does the "treatment" consist of pure poison or deadly radiation. And aren't those the very same things that caused cancer in the first place?
Isn't it amazing how doctors say "Don't use sunscreen" because the sun's radiation might give you cancer, but to treat the cancer, they give you artificial radiation from far more dangerous sources? (By "artificial" I mean it is a "contrived" source of radiation that's not normally present in the human environment.)
I think they should rename hyperthyroidism treatments to be the "Fukushima protocol." Radioactive iodine, folks. You can get it either from a nuclear meltdown, or from your doctor.
Oh, and by the way, when they give you radioactive iodine to burn out your thyroid, they specifically tell you in advance to avoid taking in other sources of iodine, or else the radioactive iodine "won't burn out your thyroid good enough" (paraphrased, obviously). Don't protect your body, in other words. That's the message from both the White House and the medical system: Don't take precautions against radiation. Just do what you're told and go along with whatever you're supposed to do, no matter how totally loony that "official" advice might be.