Comments on: A World In Denial: Underestimating Japan’s Nuclear Disaster Entering a Time of Natural Health, Elevated Consciousness, Sustainable Living and Total Freedom. Thu, 30 Jul 2015 21:34:56 +0000 hourly 1 By: sean arclight Thu, 10 Jan 2013 11:24:12 +0000 Calling the article highly skewed toward pro nuke is pretty silly eh.

wrong choicr of words there on my part.. im new to all this stuff to!
will endevour to be more positive in my queries in future..

no offence intended

take care and thanks for your response richard
i realise we are all on the side of the people of fukushima and the ongoing censorship of their plight..

thanks for helping to get the word out
peace light and love

By: Richard Wilcox Wed, 09 Jan 2013 11:28:43 +0000 Thank you to everyone for your interest in the topic.

By: Richard Wilcox Wed, 09 Jan 2013 11:27:53 +0000 The reference is there, no. 12. Calling the article highly skewed toward pro nuke is pretty silly eh.
I’m not a professional journalist so please have a bit of patience. See older articles. I don’t think there are too many mistakes in my articles and I try to be straight and down the line as best I can. Thank you.

By: Richard Wilcox Wed, 09 Jan 2013 11:24:31 +0000 Good point to raise. I did not make my point very clearly, some muddled thinking. On the one hand there is a lot of radiation dispersed all over the place. On the other hand the woman I cite seems to go OVERBOARD but saying many people will come down with diseases from radiation exposure, in Tokyo.
I think the most dangerous area is Fukushima but that does not mean other regions are safe, but no need to over exaggerate the issue, especially without more evidence.

We are not sure of what the affects will be, but artificial ionizing radiation ain’t good for you that is for sure.

Also, please check my blog for older articles where a lot of those details are there. Rather turgid reading I am afraid (click on my name). And keep the critical comments coming. Most appreciated.

By: Richard Wilcox Wed, 09 Jan 2013 11:19:55 +0000 Thank you K for the support. Yes, the political hierarchy is much the same everywhere. First step is to understand and analyze, expose then take action. Very tough road ahead of us but if we do nothing things are not looking rosy. Thanks!

By: Richard Wilcox Wed, 09 Jan 2013 11:18:37 +0000 Any direct quotes from Hitler about this? Sounds like a lot of total rubbish to me. Mole/troll/sayanim/ alert!

By: Richard Wilcox Wed, 09 Jan 2013 11:16:55 +0000 Dear Rebecca,
Thanks for your reply but all I meant was that we are all vulnerable, which is what the lyrics of that pop song obviously imply. But yes, I like to use quotes that have ambivalence to provoke the readers thoughts, thank you.

By: sean arclight Wed, 09 Jan 2013 02:21:51 +0000 many thanks admin
i left a message to one of richards comments on
i will give him time to respond on the thread to stop any confusion..
peace sean

By: admin Tue, 08 Jan 2013 14:19:24 +0000 Hi there, Sean, and thanks for the comment. Please feel free to email Richard about your concerns…


By: sean arclight Tue, 08 Jan 2013 11:02:05 +0000 @ admin is there a problem.. i feel that the article is slightly skewed on the pro nuke side because of my other posts information.. it doeesnt do to exaggerate but also to minimise the situation is to let down the people of fukushima and their petitions for recognition..
no mention of childrens/adults thyroids?
no mention of the un statement
i suppose there are time constraints but to quote the discredited WHO report and Nature which both have been busted with evidence on enenews as well as many peer reviewed sources..

i may be wrong but a response from richard might clear the situation up

i couldnt find a reference to the lady artist character described.. any sources for that? i wonder what was said there?

many thanks for taking the time to review my comments