Le 7 juillet 2017, alors que l’on fête Tanabata au Japon, qu’Hambourg reçoit le G20 sous les cris des manifestants, que New York vote la prohibition de l’arme nucléaire, que Fukushima tremble sous de nouvelles secousses sismiques au moment où l’on contraint les populations à rentrer vivre dans les zones contaminées, les tensions entre nantis et anéantis se resserrent.
We’ve heard now about three complete meltdowns that are occurring at the afflicted power plant at Fukushima – but we’ve never heard about the fact that there are actually 6 reactors at the site!
Pigs use their snouts to dig up and eat underground mushrooms, especially truffles and false truffles, which are rich in potassium. These plants are avid collectors of caesium along with potassium, and when the caesium is radioactive, the mushrooms become concentrated radioactive food for the pigs. Thus the bodies of wild boars become highly contaminated with radioactivity, to the point where their meat is unfit for human consumption. In Germany, the government has for many years paid cash to hunters who kill wild boars, to compensate them for the fact that they cannot eat the meat
The March 2011 Fukushima Daiichi nuclear accident prompted regulators around the world to take a hard look at their requirements for protecting nuclear plants against severe accidents. In the United States, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) ordered a “top-to-bottom” review of its regulations, and ultimately approved a number of safety upgrades.
This morning, the Registered Nurses’ Association, Canadian Environmental Law Association, and Greenpeace held a press conference to launch A Call for Public Safety and call on the Ontario government to protect people from Fukushima-scale accidents. Help spread this cause!
A wildfire near the Fukushima No. 1 nuclear plant has finally been extinguished after a 12-day battle waged by firefighters and Self-Defense Force troops in special protective gear left 75 hectares of tainted forest scorched, and local officials scrambling to quash radiation rumors.
Taro YAMAMOTO, du parti libéral, est membre de la Chambre des conseillers. Il est un des rares membres parlementaires qui défendent les droits des victimes de l’accident de la centrale nucléaire de TEPCO Fukushima Daiichi. L’association Nos Voisins Lointains 3-11 a traduit les questions de Taro YAMAMOTO à la Commission spéciale de reconstruction de la Chambre des députés au 18 novembre 2016*. Le contenu de ses questions révèle la situation inhumaine à laquelle sont confrontées les victimes dans le cadre de la politique de retour du gouvernement japonais.
The mission of Independent WHO is to expose WHO’s failings whilst calling for WHO independence away from influence by the worldwide nuclear syndicate: According to WHO Independence’s Web Site: “The World Health Organization (WHO) is failing in its duty to protect those populations who are victims of radioactive contamination.”
A forest fire has been burning in the no-entry zone of Namie in Fukushima since April 29th and has been the subject of many news reports of varying quality. The site is among the most highly-contaminated by the Fukushima disaster, well within the “difficult-to-return” zone.