‘Silence Deafening, Fukushima Fallout..A Mother’s Response’ speaks to the urgent need for US and international food monitoring due to the ongoing nuclear crisis at Fukushima Daiichi, as radioactive fallout is now migrating to our homes and kitchens. Written by the founder and director of Fukushima Fallout Awareness Network (FFAN), Kimberly Roberson’s groundbreaking book explains in lay terms how we got here, and underscores the immediate need to monitor our food and also hasten the transition to renewable energy NOW.
“Kimberly Roberson’s wonderful new book is engaging, exciting and eloquent. No one can speak better to the radioactive crisis threatening our Mother Earth than a committed activist mother. This is an important contribution to the Solartopian dialogue, a graceful addition to the litany of going green….” Harvey Wasserman, Author of “Harvey Wasserman’s History of the United States”, and Solartopia!: Our Green-Powered Earth AD 2030
Governments underestimate the effect of official silence on anxious mothers! Kimberly is not alone, even though she is more knowledgeable than many others, in becoming increasingly concerned about the Fukushima-Daiichi nuclear disaster in Japan and its effect on California milk, water, spinach, mushrooms and other foods. Platitudes about “permissible doses” cannot take away parental responsibility and non-monitoring of fallout by the government does not make the problem go away! Thank God for mothers like Kimberly! I encourage everyone to read this small book with reliable information written in ordinary lay language. You will learn how passive most Americans were during this major disaster. You will learn how negligent were the government agencies we depend on for meaningful and timely warnings and advice for self–protection and caring for one’s family!
Rosalie Bertell, PhD, GNSH, Founder of the International Institute of Concern for Public Health (IICPH) and former consultant to the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, the Environment Protection Agency, and Health Canada.