(NaturalNews) Despite the fact that Fukushima is already the worst radiological disaster in human history -- and worsening by the day -- Japan has been chosen as the host nation for the 2020 Summer Olympics.
Hilariously, the event is being billed the "Safe Games" of 2020.
How, exactly, is it safe to host the Olympics in a nation which absolutely no workable evacuation routes from a nuclear facility on the verge of collapsing into another deadly radiation release? The answer to that question is provided by Japan's Prime Minister Abe. He claims that Fukushima is no problem whatsoever, that no one has ever been harmed by it, and that it is fully under control! (A trifecta, he thinks...)
"Some may have concerns about Fukushima. Let me assure you the situation is under control. It has never done and will never do any damage to Tokyo. It poses no problem whatsoever. There are no health related problems until now, nor will there be in the future. I make the statement to you in the most emphatic and unequivocal way." - Shinzo Abe, the Prime Minister of Japan
Drinking beer makes you immune to radiation?
If this sounds familiar, that's because it mirrors the propaganda disinfo campaign funded by the Japanese government to claim radiation would not hurt you if you just drank a few beers or smiled a lot.
It's true. As reported here at Natural News, Dr. Yamashita was hired by the Japanese government to try to brainwash people into thinking happiness made you immune to radiation poisoning. (This man is now referred to as "Dr. Fullashita" by English speakers.)
On behalf of the Japanese government, his claims include these bizarre, pseudoscientific statements:
• "To tell you the truth, radiation doesn't affect people who are smiling. Only those who are worried. This has clearly been demonstrated by animal studies."
• "Drinking may be bad for your health, but happy drinkers are less affected by radiation."
• "If you laugh, radiation won't get you."
• "Adults over 20 years have very little sensitivity to radiation. Almost zero."
• "Not a problem if you continue to live here. Just wash your vegetables, that's all."
• "We don't have to worry about the health effects of ordinary people."
Maybe the Olympic athletes will have extra "energy!"
Over a century ago, at the dawn of the age of elemental discovery, mainstream scientists believed radioactive elements such as radium provided extra "energy" to the human body.
Doctors prescribed radiation pills to patients, right alongside mercury pills for digestive disorders. This was all considered state-of-the-art conventional medicine, and anyone who tried to point out that radiation was bad for you or that mercury was toxic was immediately branded a quack and ridiculed by the "scientific" establishment. (Today, the same treatment is delivered to anyone who questions the safety of mercury in vaccines, chemotherapy or radiation treatments for cancer.)
As you might have guessed, nearly all the scientists and doctors who dealt in these radiation pills ended up dying of cancer themselves. Some of them never figured out why, either, believing in the arrogance of their "scientific" theories to their dying day.
The ghosts of those dead scientists would be thrilled, no doubt, to learn that Japan is going to host the 2020 Summer Olympics right next to the world's most dangerous, out-of-control radiation zone. As the half-life of uranium isotopes used for nuclear fuel is roughly about five billion years, there should still be plenty of radiation left for the 2020 Olympics, too.
Maybe the 2020 Summer Olympics will be the first sporting event in the world where the athletes demand to wear respirators during the competition, setting new records for the slowest times ever recorded. A 12-second 100 meter?
Japan cannot be evacuated
The fact that the Olympic committee chose Japan even while Fukushima rages on, just one earthquake away from a catastrophic collapse and unprecedented release of deadly radiation, tells you just how incredibly stupid the Olympics decision makers really are. (Or how paid off they are, as bribes and corruption have been well documented throughout the history of the Olympics).
Do these people not grasp even the most fundamental concepts of physics? Why would any sane organization vote to host a global event that brings hundreds of thousands of people to a location just a short distance away from a collapsing nuclear power plant that is utterly and completely out of control with no end in sight?
Furthermore, Japan has no workable evacuation plan if Fukushima's reactor #4 does experience a structural collapse followed by a catastrophic release of radiation. There is no evacuation plan because Japan cannot be evacuated, period. Thus, the strategy of the Japanese government has become one of D-E-N-I-A-L instead of problem solving.
Let's all pretend radiation is no longer a problem, shall we? Japan is pretending. The U.S. is pretending, and now the Olympic committee is pretending, too.
As long as they're pretending, why not host the Olympics at the Fukushima Dai-Ichi nuclear power facility? It's available, after all. And the rent is dirt cheap.
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