Thursday, July 28, 2016

Dr. Moret, 'Japan’s deadly game of nuclear roulette'

  In The Japan Times in 2004 Dr. Moret predicted the nuclear disaster in Fukushima. She slao suggested that as is often the case with righteous braves, those whistle-blowers are always fired and silenced by COINTELPRO perpetrators. [2004年のJapan Timesで、モレ博士はフクシマの原発事故を予言していた。またこのように市民にとって重大な危険を告発する者は職を解雇され弾圧されるのが常であることに言及し、COINTELPRO(集団ストーカー)を使った権力犯罪が背後で行われていることを示唆している。]

Excerpts from the article:

Of all the places in all the world where no one in their right mind would build scores of nuclear power plants, Japan would be pretty near the top of the list....

Japan sits on top of four tectonic plates, at the edge of the subduction zone, and is in one of the most tectonically active regions of the world....

However, many of those reactors have been negligently sited on active faults, particularly in the subduction zone along the Pacific coast, where major earthquakes of magnitude 7-8 or more on the Richter scale occur frequently. The periodicity of major earthquakes in Japan is less than 10 years. There is almost no geologic setting in the world more dangerous for nuclear power than Japan — the third-ranked country in the world for nuclear reactors....

....I was surprised to see so many reporters attending the two press conferences held at Kakegawa City Hall and Shizuoka Prefecture Hall. When I asked the reporters why they had come so far from Tokyo to hear an American geoscientist, I was told it was because no foreigner had ever come to tell them how dangerous Japan’s nuclear power plants are....

I told them that this is the power of gaiatsu (foreign pressure), and because citizens in the United States with similar concerns attract little media attention, we invite a Japanese to speak for us when we want media coverage — someone like the famous seismologist Professor Ishibashi!

....As reported last year in the journal Science and Global Security, based on a 2001 study by the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, if the heat-removing function of those pools is seriously compromised — by, for example, the water in them draining out — and the fuel rods heat up enough to combust, the radiation inside them will then be released into the atmosphere. This may create a nuclear disaster even greater than Chernobyl....

In 1998, Kei Sugaoka, 51, a Japanese-American senior field engineer who worked for General Electric in the United States from 1980 until being dismissed in 1998 for whistle-blowing there, alerted Japanese nuclear regulators to a 1989 reactor inspection problem he claimed had been withheld by GE from their customer, Tokyo Electric Power Company. This led to nuclear-plant shutdowns and reforms of Japan’s power industry.

Sugaoka agreed, saying, “The scariest thing, on top of all the other problems, is that all nuclear power plants are aging, causing a deterioration of piping and joints which are always exposed to strong radiation and heat.”

Like most whistle-blowers, Sugaoka and Kikuchi are citizen heroes, but are now unemployed....

The Radiation and Public Health Project, a group of independent U.S. scientists, has collected 4,000 baby teeth from children living around nuclear power plants....

Unborn children may be exposed to Strontium-90 through drinking water and the diet of the mother. Anyone living near nuclear power plants is internally exposed to chronically low levels of radiation contaminating food and drinking water. Increased rates of cancer, infant mortality and low birth weights leading to cognitive impairment have been linked to radiation exposure for decades....

Like the former Soviet Union after Chernobyl, Japan will become a country suffering from radiation sickness destroying future generations, and widespread contamination of agricultural areas will ensure a public-health disaster. Its economy may never recover.

 (2004, May 23). Japan’s deadly game of nuclear roulette. The Japan Times.

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Saturday, July 2, 2016

Benjamin Fulford 『人殺し医療』

Fulford, B. (2013). Hitogoroshi iryō: Mafia ga shihai suru gendai medikaru shisutemu. Tōkyō: Besutoserāzu.


日下公人 『人間はなぜ戦争をやめられないのか』

Kusaka, K. (2004). Ningen wa naze sensō o yamerarenainoka: Heiwa o gokaishiteiru nihonjin no tameni. Tōkyō: Shōdensha.

 アメリカ日本占領中[ 日本人婦女を強姦する]犯罪を犯したが、日本人はそれは個人の犯罪だと認識してアメリカに国家賠償や謝罪は要求していない。(p.210)