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    The Poisoning of Pacific

    The alert was raised along the west coast of the USA and Canada some time ago. Now the same symptoms and massive die-offs of animals are being seen across the USA as far as the East Coast. Is there a massive cover-up of the catastrophic effects of Fukushima? How true are the rumors that huge swathes of land will soon be uninhabitable?

    As the clock ticks on after the nuclear disaster of Fukushima, growing evidence is revealed of a catastrophic level of pollution in the entire Pacific Ocean - as far as the west coast of the United States of America, where a mysterious disease is affecting animal life. The symptoms are not restricted to wild animals, neither are they restricted, now, to the west coast.

    The scale of the evidence is shocking. Pacific herring bleeding from their gills, eyes and bellies, sockeye salmon found off the Alaskan coastline reaching historic low levels (80% down on last year), hundreds of birds found dead, appearing to be broken apart and bleeding profusely, massive levels of fish mortality, a strange disease causing polar bears to lose their fur (alopecia) and present bleeding sores, seals and walruses displaying lethargy, oozing sores, congested lungs and bloody mucous.

    The scientific community is baffled and postulates several scenarios: bad weather (causing oozing sores? Causing fish to haemorrhage?) toxins (breaking birds apart?), a virus (affecting so many different species?) and radiation. Bingo!

    Courtesy:ITAR TASS

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