World Oceans Day


World Oceans Day: Could there be a more prime opportunity for the most prominent environmental groups to promote the continuing, unstoppable THREE HUNDRED TONS of radioactive groundwater flowing into the Pacific Ocean every day from Fukushima to the world? I’ll give you an example, see this extract from ;

Australians for Animals Inc. (AFA)  is deeply concerned by the ongoing censorship of the ramifications of Fukushima which is still leaking massive amounts of radioactive water into the Pacific Ocean.

Every day 300 tons of radioactive water enters the Pacific Ocean.   This has been going on since the tsunami and earthquake hit Japan.

As there is now deep consideration in Japan to dump even greater amounts of radioactive material into the Pacifc Ocean, AFA will devote some of the website to current news, research and information which the charity requests be sent to as many Australians as possible.

No one should imagine that Australia is going to avoid the problems which radioactive waste is causing as the Pacific Ocean becomes Japan’s dumping ground.

An Aussie yachtsman recently reported his journey from Japan in a Newcastle paper.

One very experienced Australian adventurer has stated that he felt as though “the ocean itself was dead” as he journeyed from Japan to San Francisco recently…

The next leg of the long voyage was from Osaka to San Francisco and for most of that trip the desolation was tinged with nauseous horror and a degree of fear.

“After we left Japan, it felt as if the ocean itself was dead,” Macfadyen said.

“We hardly saw any living things. We saw one whale, sort of rolling helplessly on the surface with what looked like a big tumour on its head. It was pretty sickening.

“I’ve done a lot of miles on the ocean in my life and I’m used to seeing turtles, dolphins, sharks and big flurries of feeding birds. But this time, for 3000 nautical miles there was nothing alive to be seen.”

The above extract was taken from, now why haven’t Greenpeace et al picked up on this first hand account and presented it to the masses? Why ignore such a valuable piece of first hand evidence to highlight the problem? What an opportunity for Greenpeace, Friends Of The Earth, The Ocean Project et al to inform, highlight and educate the population of the world about this huge, continued and unstoppable radioactive pollution of the Pacific caused by the Nuclear industry!

Unfortunately, no-one decided to mention it. No environmental group felt it worthy of discussion. Clearly the microbeads and plastic pollution is currently fashionable to highlight, along with the very broad concept of climate change and global warming, and yet the real, significant and long-lasting problem and consequences of Radioactive contamination of our Oceans is not on the menu of discussion.

This has to beg the question as to why? Why not discuss this on-going atrocity? Is there an agenda to hide the truth from the public? Is there an attempt to prevent the masses from knowing the truth? Is there a group of people trying to hide the true impact and ramifications of such a cataclysmic disaster such as Fukushima? I think so.

I think that there is a huge cover-up underway, else why would the ‘environmental’ groups not discuss it, or bring it to the public arena of attention when presented with such an opportunity such as as ‘WORLDS OCEAN DAY’?   Why discus the pollution of the Oceans by microbeads or plastic bottles yet refrain from mentioning the continued flow of radioactivity emanating from Fukushima? Why indeed?  This is the question that should be asked by the masses: Why sweep Fukushima under the carpet and cover it up with less hazardous ills? I believe the answer is simple, it is called mis-direction. Distracting the masses from the major problems of radioactivity by presenting them with the lesser contaminants such as microbeads and plastics.

History will be the judge of such decisions;  history will judge the inaction of the ‘intellectual’ masses’ wisdom to ignore the bare facts of reality that are currently presented, only for us to ignore the basic information in-front of us to be willfully ignored but by the few.

MutantDaisys aims to change the common perception of ignorance and misunderstanding. We would really appreciate your help in getting the message out there, it is proving difficult to ‘wake people up’ to the realities of the world, so anything you can do to assist us in our mission would be gratefully received.

Please contact us with any feedback or thoughts that you may have, we as humanity are duty-bound to work together for the greater good, and ignoring the basic facts presented to us is not acceptable by any means. We welcome discussion and feedback, so please get in touch! Thanks for your time in reading this, and please share @mutantdaisys to anyone that you know that you feel would be interested!

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One thought on “World Oceans Day

  1. While I tend to agree with you that there is a massive cover-up as to the near and long term repercussions of the Fukushima disaster, I wonder whether it is purposeful.

    There is a segment in the Architects & Engineers on 9/11 documentary discussing the psychological reasons why people have such a difficult time questioning the Official Narrative of events on that day. Significant emotional distress comes with the cognitive dissonance that arises from challenging that narrative.

    Regardless of ones opinions about 9/11, the insights given seem applicable to the Fukushima situation. The Official Narrative regarding Fukushima is that the situation is largely under control, and presents little danger to the public.

    I suspect many people avoid thinking about the subject because subconsciously they know that acknowledging the Official Narrative is a lie would threaten too much of their belief system. It’s easier to go on believing whichever authorities they rely on.

    This would be equally true for individuals in “watchdog” organizations as well as the general public. Thus maintaining a “cover up” may only require false reassurances from a very few authority figures or organizations.

    Perhaps Denial keeps everyone else in line.


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