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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

Wrong radiation exposure readings & dead Fukushima workers

by Asahi Shimbun / TOMOHIRO YAMAMOTO   Tokyo Electric Power Co. underestimated internal radiation doses of 142 individuals who worked at its Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant immediately after the triple meltdown three years ago, according to the health ministry.   Also on March 25, the ministry said it instructed TEPCO to strictly monitor … Continue reading

Gov’t withholds high radiation data in Fukushima 内閣府のチーム、福島の3カ所

Iitate 飯舘村, Kawauchi 川内村 and Tamura 田村市 Three areas in Fukushima, the Japanese government is pushing evacuees to return … even if it means spreading false information. The “reconstruction” of Fukushima is in full gear … and the safety of the brave people of Fukushima comes second!   “The three municipalities are currently covered by … Continue reading

3年におよぶ狂気の沙汰 3 YEARS OF INSANITY

Tokyo welcomes snow from Yanaizu, Fukushima

LET IT SNOW … LET IT SNOW !! 50 tons of snow brought in from Yanaizu, Fukushima, for the Odaiba snow festival (Tokyo), not far off the area designated for the future 2020 Olympic stadium 港区のお台場で福島県の雪を使った“雪まつり” ダンプ5台で50トンの雪を運ぶ update; The original post mentioned that the snow was coming from Naharamachi, after a translation mistake. We have corrected it. … Continue reading

Breaking news: 75 children have now been diagnosed with thyroid cancers. 福島県、こどもの甲状腺がん75名に

8 MORE CASES OF THYROID CANCERS IN FUKUSHIMA CHILDREN In September 2012, the first case of thyroid cancer was diagnosed in a child out of 38 000 children. By September 2013, the number increase by 58 cases including 26 confirmed. By February 2014, a whooping 75 children out of roughly 270 000 are either confirmed or suspected to have … Continue reading


STUCK WITH RADIOACTIVE SLUDGE … AND ONGOING!    Here is the list of schools in Yokohama  横浜市, capital city of Kanagawa Prefecture 神奈川県 (which sits roughly 280km from Daiichi and is located South of Tokyo) where radioactive sludge has been sitting for the past couple of years, waiting around for the national government to recognize … Continue reading

The Cancer registration Law がん登録法

The Cancer registration Law  がん登録法 by saigaijyouhou がん登録法案で原発事故の健康被害は隠される!?がん登録法には「2年以下の懲役又は100万円以下の罰金」という罰則がある!登録は個人情報保護法の適用外! – 真実を探すブ Whilst Japans new secrecy law was being unveiled, another law, lesser known as the “Cancer Registration Law” was quietly being voted. The Cancer registration Law (がん登録法 ) had passed the lower house (shortly after being widely accepted in the upper house 6/12/13) along with the … 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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