Friday, April 15, 2011

Incompetence Or Depopulation Agenda?

EPA Only Monitoring For Iodine Not Cesium In Drinking Water And Refusing To Answer Why Monitors Are Offline

"The EPA is monitoring drinking water only for iodine, but not for cesium or other radioactive isotopes and is refusing to answer questions from the press on why so many radiation monitors are offline.

The EPA is – apparently – monitoring drinking water only for radioiodine, but not for radioactive cesium or other radioactive isotopes."

Mercury News 3/15/2011:

"EPA officials, however, refused to answer questions or make staff members available to explain the exact location and number of monitors, or the levels of radiation, if any, being recorded at existing monitors in California. Margot Perez-Sullivan, a spokeswoman at the EPA's regional headquarters in San Francisco, said the agency's written statement would stand on its own.

Critics said the public needs more information.

"It's disappointing," said Bill Magavern, director of Sierra Club California. "I have a strong suspicion that EPA is being silenced by those in the federal government who don't want anything to stand in the way of a nuclear power expansion in this country, heavily subsidized by taxpayer money." 4/13/2011 - Radiation Monitor in Richland Not Working Properly

"There have been no readings in our area for two weeks now. And those readings are critical to making sure our radiation levels aren't up."

Fixing BROKEN Japan Nuclear Radiation Monitors IN 37 US Cities “NOT A PRIORITY” For Feds

Plutonium Detected Again and Now Strontium Too


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