Fukushima Child Cancer Shooting Upwards As Leaks Rage Out Of Control, Workers Die Slow Deaths

Fukushima City people living in gross nuclear pollution zone

Fukushima Radiation Exceeds Chernobyl Evacuation Levels Across Japan map created by professor Hayakawa shows how bad the radioactive pollution really is.  The pictures above are from Google Street View showing the badly polluted Fukushima City.  The government demanded everyone move back into these zones ignoring the radiation data.


Japan Radiation Professor: “Fukushima City needs to be evacuated”back in 2012 and a brave Teacher: “I’m lying to a room full of students” — Fukushima City should be evacuated but it never was.  Instead, the government deliberately clung to a circular evacuation zone map that was false and which left out major cities and towns.


57 Fukushima children suffering from thyroid cancer at 100+ times the international rate.  The damage is accumulating and since children have been deliberately kept in the red zone, this number will only go up and up and up for the next 100+ years.

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Gov’t to release testimony of deceased Fukushima plant chief ‹ Japan Today: Japan News and Discussion


The Japanese government said Monday that it will release in September transcripts of testimony given by the former manager of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant about the chaotic situation in the immediate aftermath of the March 11, 2011 disaster.


Masao Yoshida died of cancer of the esophagus on July 9, 2013, at the age of 58. He led efforts to stabilize the stricken nuclear power plant after the tsunami knocked out its power and cooling systems, causing triple meltdowns and massive radiation leaks.


A special Diet panel, set up by the government to investigate the disaster, interviewed Yoshida in late 2011. A transcript of the more than 20 hours of interview was never released to the public at Yoshida’s request, Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga said Monday, TBS reported.

The stupid ice dam idea has died an appropriate death because it was loony in the first place so in its place is…NOTHING.  Nada.  Yomiuri Shimbun, a Japanese Newspaper: “The seriousness of the current situation at Fukushima can’t be understated” — Report: Unmitigated radiation is pouring into Pacific Ocean — Video: They don’t know how to stop the radioactive leaks… we’ll never know how to stop this.


And our fake environmentalists are all dying of worry that we might run a vacuum cleaner ten minutes longer or live in houses bigger than a closet because we will roast to death due to plant food (CO2) rising to levels which are ten times lower than 2 million years ago.  How did all the animals and plants survive before the Ice Ages, one wonders?


Seems they kind of flourished, no?


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16 responses to “Fukushima Child Cancer Shooting Upwards As Leaks Rage Out Of Control, Workers Die Slow Deaths

  1. Alaskan Ice

    Of all peoples, how can the Japanese allow this to happen in their beloved Country, an unmitigated triple meltdown fizzing radioactive poisons into their air, groundwater, and oceans forever?

    Even the Russians did a better job in Ukraine with Chernobyl. At least they got a cement shell back around the corium.

    Throw a trillion dollars at the problem and if it doesn’t work, then tell the world they gave it the old college try. Giant robotic earthmoving equipment with graphite and tungsten business ends should have been designed and built in the last three years. They threw a tarp over it instead.

  2. DeVaul

    They haven’t even thrown a trillion dollars at it. More like a trillion yen.

    I thought Fukushima city was a ghost town all these years. I had no idea people were living there. The children will not live long. They are already dead. They just don’t know it yet.

    What kind of people move back to an on-going disaster zone just because their government orders them to?

    It appears they have not changed since WW II.

  3. Alaskan Ice

    Yeah sorry I meant to write they could at least spend a trillion dollars before giving up, what with a hundred trillion dollar world economy. They haven’t done much at all.

  4. DeVaul

    I really do not understand the Japanese mentality.

    A nation of people who are willing to go back and live in a nuclear disaster zone should have no problems yelling “Bonzai!” and, along with a million other surplus people, build a concrete sarcaphagous around those four reactors. They will lose that many people anyway due to out-of-control radiation poisoning, so why not DO something now to try and protect the rest of the country?

    I’m completely baffled, and horrified.

  5. emsnews

    They have given up and now their rulers are pushing hard for WWIII with the US elites agreeing to this insanity.

  6. Christian W

    It’s simply plain old denial combined with a cultural perogative not to acknowledge bad decisions by bosses. Underlings are supposed to fall on their sword instead. But what if that kind of collective self sacrifice does no good and is in fact worse than pointless?

    There simply is no face saving device that can get Japan out of this mess, although putting the Olympics in Fukushima and having the young maidens of the nation run marathons through the disaster zone are pretty good attempts.

    It feels as if all of this belongs in the Onion category: “Global Insanity spins out of control” could be a fitting headline.

  7. larry, dfh

    The radioactive Iodine which spewed originally from the reactors is all gone by now. The bio-accumulation of the radioactive Iodine has already occurred, and its damage to the thyroids which accumulated it has already happened. What will continue will be the manifestation of that damage, as described.

  8. DM

    I just took a Google Maps tour near the reactor, and it looks like a ghost town. Not sure who the hell drove the Google Maps van 😦 Anyway, question is, do you know when the google maps van drove past these school kids? Is there a way of dating street view images?

  9. DM

    Ah yes, I have answered my own question. The dates are clear. Yes, they are still pushing babies around in prams in the hot area June 2014.

  10. DeVaul

    Meanwhile, rich Japanese executives are hard at work in England abusing children and running child sex rings:


    They got a free hand because of the fear of “racial profiling”. I don’t buy that for a secon. The police and city council were bribed to look the other way. That is the way it is always done.

    Too bad Japanese peasants won’t see this in their news. They might realize that their leaders have abandoned Japan and are spending their riches on raping children and running child sex rings.

    Then again, they might not care either. I have yet to meet a Japanese businessman or engineer who even cared about his own son.

  11. emsnews

    They weren’t Japanese. Probably from the Middle East or Indian subcontinent.

  12. DeVaul

    The article said “Asians”.

    I would be surprised if it was not Japanese businessmen, since they are renouned for molesting young school girls while on the subway or in private.

    I would also be surprised if English newspapers did not know the difference between Middle Easterners and Asians, but anything is possible.

  13. There is a Wikipedia article on this situation which identifes the ethnic origin of the perps. Quoted from the beginning:

    “The Rotherham sex grooming case refers to a series of sexual offences against girls as young as twelve committed by five men of Pakistani heritage in the English town of Rotherham.The men fostered relationships with teenage girls and had sex with them in cars and parks. They were convicted and jailed in November 2010.”


  14. Jim R

    mistah charley:
    Moar faf!

  15. DeVaul

    So, if this is the same town, the newspaper called the Pakistanis “Asians”. I wonder why? Are Indians “Asians” too?

  16. emsnews

    Actually, they are technically ‘sub continent’ people. 🙂

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