Jewish controlled Mainstream media continue to promote. We know that the area around the crippled reactors is extremely high in deadly radioactivity, and it is a fact that much of northern Japan itself may be declared uninhabitable for the next few centuries at least.
However, what I came across today in the alternative media really made my head shake.... According to an incredibly shocking and ridiculous article, that comes from the website: DNJ, at www.dnj.com, it appears that Middle Tennessee State University is going to be sending 10 University students, and two Professors, to Fukushima Japan this coming week to help clean up debris in the vicinity of the failed nuclear power station!
First, here is that article from DNJ news, and I do have some additional comments to follow:
MTSU students set to depart for
Fukushima cleanup detail
11:28 PM, May 31, 2012
MURFREESBORO — A contingent of 10 students and two professors from Middle Tennessee State University will leave Nashville early Monday, June 4, to participate in the cleanup and rebuilding mission in Fukushima, Japan.
Three of the students are from Rutherford County: Bridgette Gleaves of Smyrna and Mark Wester and Justin Bingham, both of Murfreesboro.
On March 11, 2011, an earthquake registering 9.0 on the Richter scale created a tsunami that killed nearly 16,000 people and left more than 3,000 missing on the main island of Honshu. In addition, ocean waves engulfed the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, sending three reactors into meltdown.
“MTSU has assessed the current situation and consulted with Fukushima University,” said David Schmidt, vice provost for international affairs. “At no time while engaged in program-related activities will students be in areas where the U.S. government recommends its citizens avoid travel.”
The triple catastrophe left behind an estimated 23 million tons of debris in the hardest-hit coastal areas of Iwate, Miyagi and Fukushima prefectures alone. The Japanese government announced Feb. 21 that the country has cleaned up only five percent of the rubble more than a year later.
The MTSU students will hear presentations from Fukushima University students, work with other volunteers to clear debris and prepare meals in the Soma district. At the program’s conclusion, they will exchange observations with the Fukushima students.
Not only are the MTSU students intrigued by the opportunity to witness a national disaster firsthand, but they are compelled to help by persistent images of the damaged lives left behind.
“I remember a Japanese woman crying over her lost family member at a function I went to in Nashville,” says Preston Nalls, a mass-communication major from Franklin. “All I could do was just watch … as other Japanese comforted her. I didn’t know her, so although I felt compelled to say something, I just clenched my fist and grieved for her from afar,” he said in a press release.
“Sure, we are only going to Fukushima, but that will resonate all over Japan,” adds Justin Bingham, a liberal-studies major from Murfreesboro. “So, in a way, we 10 students are going to help an entire nation. That’s something worth smiling about,” he said in a press release.
Each student will pay a fee of $1,000 to cover all instruction fees, lodging and international airfare from Nashville to Japan. The group is slated to return June 15.This education-abroad program is a joint effort of MTSU International Affairs and Fukushima University with support from the Japanese Ministry of Education.
For more information, contact the MTSU Office of International Affairs at 615-904-8190 or Schmidt at email@example.com.
NTS Notes: The first question I have to the idiotic Middle Tennessee State University officials is.. Are you people truly insane? These students and two professors are going to an area that is absolutely inundated with high levels of toxic radioactive fallout in the air, the soil, as well as in the debris. To risk these peoples' lives in this insane fashion should be considered an act of crime!
I also wonder about the intelligence of these University students, and the two Professors who should know better, if they are this stupid that they have not been reading all the factual reports coming out of the real news, and not the mainstream media lies, about how deadly the region around Fukushima truly is. Or are they that brainwashed by the liars in the mainstream media and their own criminal governments that they are truly unaware of how deadly the situation is that they are going into?
It is bad enough that these students are going to be exposed to deadly levels of radiation, but the real irony is that they also are PAYING out of their own pockets to go there to have the privilege of helping to remove radioactive debris...
I would hope that people who live in Tennessee, and know the truth about the situation at Fukushima, will contact this stupid University to warn these students before they fly on Monday, June 4th, about the dangers that they face. To go off to that deadly region is not worth the risk of a future of radiation sicknesses and Cancer!
More to come