I am doing a series from a citizen who is concerned about the current Fukishima radiation fallout. This series is based on Center of Biosecurity of UPMC presentation. Unfortunately that presentation was yet another propaganda platform for consistent messaging from the government agenda. That agenda does not include your survival through this disaster storm. This is the first article in a seven part series.
Time is of the essence so it is my desire to dig right in on the referenced reports action items.
ACTION : Obtain broad community backing and understanding of nuclear incident preparedness to sustain the program (government revenue) over time.
Fallout is a broad community concern. There is no single entity that can deliver this public service. Only a centralized empire expert in radiological control is essential as well as securing a Public-Private Partnership including businesses, schools, nonprofits, faith-based organizations, and average citizens to weather the radiological fallout storm. To achieve this end command and control “leadership” is necessary” according to the powers-that-be.
Task 1.1—Cultivate command and control “leadership” behind the goal of community preparedness for fallout.
Mobilizing a community to confront a potential nuclear detonation will require command and control from a political catalyst that can “marshal a broad base in support of nuclear preparedness. Such tyrannical leadership is believed necessary to overcome both active and passive resistance to advance planning for a nuclear emergency. As the fallout from Fukishima spreads its lethal radiological cloud government is of the mindset that preparing for the consequences of this disaster will “panic people”. Past experience, however, has taught us that leaders often underestimate the public’s ability to handle difficult issues.
Task 1.2—Build a fallout preparedness coalition that reflects the entire community and that can maintain support for the issue.
It is the governments position that the most complete emergency plans are developed by federalized diverse Public-Private Partnerships including those in education, and community- and faith-based groups. Inclusion of all community stakeholders in results in shared responsibility for public safety through taxation and also motivates people to take care of themselves and their organization. Government desires a partnership approach with emergency management which will generate resources such as ideas, skills, funding, and momentum for themselves while telling the public that during actual events such as Fukishima, “You are on your own”. Government is also seeking to buy-in by all parties and diminish agency turf battles as people rally around a common goal such as what we witnessed after September 11, 2001. Local and regional news media are essential participants in the fallout event coalition, as they will report consistent command messaging so the people will hear only those messages the government wants them to hear though the message may come from diverse places. Federalized groups such as citizen corps councils and local voluntary organizations have been trained to federal standards to mobilize when an emergency has been declared. Community fallout plans capture the momentum that already exists through emergency managements All-Hazard Enterprise.
Task 1.3—Incorporate radiation professionals and organizations into emergency planning and volunteer registries.
Radiation professionals from both private and public sectors are being fully integrated into the radiological event organization. Depending on the jurisdiction, radiation control programs may reside within a public health or emergency management agency or be free standing. Most locations will be relying on their state radiation program which is why it is critical that those public servants placed in Public Health positions take their job seriously and inform the public of radiation readings. This is not the case in Washington State where radiological debris is hitting the coast and the Washington State Department of Health has taken down public access to radiological readings. Volunteer radiation experts from industry, healthcare settings, and research universities are aware of increasing radiation and yet remain silent on the issue because they have entrapped themselves in the federal net. Following a government disaster declaration these federalized experts will:
Relay “trusted public warnings”
- Perform population monitoring
- Provide assistance at community reception centers (CRCs), shelters, hospitals, and other locations where potentially contaminated people may converge. Please notice that federal camps have been established for contaminated peoples and they are known as Community Reception Centers or CRC’s. Bring to recollection post-Katrina memories of the persons residing at the federalized stadium and how those people were deprived of food, water, sanitation, and were raped pillaged and abused. Do you want to find yourself in that position?
All jurisdictions are being demanded to partner with local, state, and/or regional chapters of radiation professionals. The pressure is on to recruit, credential, train, exercise, and deploy federalized cadre’s into preexisting (since 9-11 that is) volunteer programs.
Task 1.4—Recruit community?serving nonprofits and faith?based organizations to participate in emergency planning and to be conduits for reaching vulnerable and underrepresented populations.
As with other tyrannical regimes no crisis shall go to waste. Vulnerable populations such as people with disabilities, hearing-impaired, visually impaired, elderly people, non-English speakers, ethnic minorities, and communities distrustful of government—are being profiled because the bureaucracy condescendingly suggests that they are more likely to suffer the impacts of a nuclear fallout because they are not well-positioned to: “receive, trust, and act on the government beneficent and protective guidance”. One of the largest data-mining projects in this history of the world is currently in progress tapping agencies and nonprofits serving these groups, to provide insights to disseminate federalized messaging and acceptance of critical required compliance. Emergency planners are tapping their data-banks about conditions that might inhibit or facilitate people’s movement to federal “safety”. Community-serving nonprofits and faith-based organizations are being advise to implement federal continuity of operation by incorporating procedures for reducing the exposure of employees and clients to fallout.
Task 1.5—Define the problem in local terms by mapping a nuclear fallout effects against the region’s unique terrain and inhabitants.
Currently the government is providing little to no information on Fukishima radiation pulsing into America. You need to know that the government is presently utilizing state-of-the-art modeling and analysis developed at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Sandia National Laboratories, and Applied Research Associates and is at work with local universities to with regional maps that chart the basic anatomy of a nuclear radiation and a range of fallout. With GIS technology all jurisdictions can overlay local and regional maps against projections devised for other cities. Actual fallout patterns depend on the real-time conditions of weather, weapon yield and location, and other variables that are hard to predict.