福島 Fukushima

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Despite decontamination, radiation levels too high for many Fukushima residents to return

帰還困難区域:除染後 帰還目安の空間線量超え地点が多く  ◇住宅地など生活圏の空間線量は平均6割下がる 毎日新聞 2014年06月10日 Radiation levels in many areas of Fukushima Prefecture designated as zones where it is difficult for residents to return in the foreseeable future remain too high for residents to come back even after decontamination, the Environment Ministry said.   Areas near the crippled Fukushima No. 1 Nuclear Power Plant where the annual … Continue reading

Fukushima children thyroid cancer cases spreading to their lymph nodes and lungs

Fukushima children thyroid cancer cases now diagnosed with cancer cells in their lymph nodes and lungs 51人の甲状腺がん手術>「取らなくてよい癌を取っているのではない。リンパ節転移や肺転移などがほとんど」鈴木眞一氏     As predicted and following the ongoing counts of Thyroid cancers in the children of Fukushima, reported here, here, and here , the numbers are climbing high enough that doctors and researchers across the country are starting … Continue reading

“Please Please HELP US!” – 世界市民に知らせてほしい!「助けてください。」 – Minami Soma Counsil man Oyama Koichi

31/05/2014 THE PLEDGE;  Mr Koichi Oyama 大山弘一  移動パソコン用 Translation by Dissensus Japan I want to shout for all the people in this world: “Please Please HELP US!”   “The cause substance have been found. This is an aggregate of radionuclides which starts with Uranium. It was made in the blast furnace of a nuclear reactor … Continue reading

HANAJI 鼻血 (nosebleed)

OISHINBO “THE TRUTH ABOUT FUKUSHIMA” Oishinbo 美味しんぼ is a long-running cooking manga written by Tetsu Kariya and drawn by Akira Hanasaki. It has been the 8th longest manga released in Japan to date and has sold over 130 million copies (1.2 million copies per volume).   In one of the first chapter of Oishinbo (subtitled … Continue reading

New textbooks omit Fukushima Nuclear Disaster

New textbooks omit Fukushima Nuclear Disaster 教科書、にじむ苦悩 原発事故・津波どう伝える 2014年4月10日 by Tsuyoshi Nagano / Asahi Shimbun Fukushima accident mentioned in only 1 elementary school science textbook Only one of the six science textbooks approved for use at elementary schools from the next academic year covers the issue of the Fukushima nuclear accident triggered by the 2011 earthquake and … Continue reading

Furumichi Elementary School reopens today

WELCOME BACK As I previously posted  here and here, Tamura’s Miyakoji district – located within 20 kilometers of Daiichi, has seen his evacuation order lifted on April 1st 2014, amidst proofs that authorities have been tampering with radiation readings to “comfort” evacuees to return. Consequently, schools are reopening. Furumichi Elementary School has welcome back 151 … Continue reading

… AND THE SHOW MUST GO ON, as Evacuees return to Fukushima “hot zone” begins

THE SHOW MUST GO ON   To validate the ongoing “human experiment” on the children of Fukushima, taking place right before our own eyes, by the Japanese Government and the Nuclear mafia, residents are allowed to go back to Miyakoji area of Tamura (within the former no go zone) , a city 220 km northeast … Continue reading

1 in 4 disaster-hit children needs mental care 引きこもりや暴力…被災園児25%問題行動

1 in 4 disaster-hit children needs mental care for problem behavior via mainichi  (Japanese following)   One in four children who were of nursery school age when the Great East Japan Earthquake and tsunami struck their homes in northeastern Japan needs medical care for their problematic behavior, a survey by a Ministry of Health, Labor … Continue reading

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