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Fukushima Dead Zone -RT with Alissa Descotes Toyosaki

January 03, 2013


Abby Martin



On this episode of Breaking the Set, Abby Martin first highlights Senator Ron Wyden as a hero for his steadfast voice of opposition to the recently passed FISA bill. At the same time, she calls out Father Piero Corsi of Italy for saying that women provoke every bad thing coming their way. Abby then speaks to citizen journalist Alissa Descotes Toyosaki about the ongoing crisis in Fukushima and the anti-nuclear movement growing in Japan. BTS wraps up the show with a discussion on Islamophobia machine and how to stop it with Nadhira Al-Khalili, legal counsel for the Council on American Islamic Relations.


A French take on the disaster here with some good news about the independent fukushima hospital set up to combat the bad medical practice of the official fukushima medical hospital that is covering up the details and evidence of contamination health effects…. Please note that CRIIRAD (qouted) support the ICRP dose measurement theory and this theory is more suitable for clinical hospital conditions. It is not effective for those breathing in gases and particles. Also, There is no mention of Plutonium, Strontium 90 etc. However CRIIRAD`s ICRP still advises areas needing evacuation.

“…While officially, the Japanese government had agreed to open its doors to foreign companies that had applied to the decommissioning of the devastation, one wonders about the exclusion of these firms decided by that same government. connection

What are the reasons for this refusal?

Is there some secret to protect?

With CRIIRAD we learned that hundreds of thousands of Japanese still living in heavily contaminated territories were permanently irradiated.

In fact released products in large quantities in a wide radius around the plant, far beyond the evacuation zone are cesium 134 and 137, the latter having a period or half-life of 30 years.

The radioactivity will be reduced by 2 at the end of 30 years.

Beyond the zone of 20 km, the exposure exceeds 20 milliSieverts / year increase of 20 times the risk of cancer, whereas the ICRP (International Commission on Radiological Protection) considers unacceptable dose of 1 milliSieverts / year which corresponds to 17 cancers per 100 000 people exposed.

Or 60 km from the plant, the CRIIRAD measured radiation doses more than 10 times higher than “normal.”

The independent association is also concerned decontamination measures are, she says, largely inadequate, and in the meantime, hundreds of thousands of Japanese continue to accumulate doses much higher than 1 mSv. connection

Another danger threatens the Japanese population: if we believe the “Fukushima Diary”, 1052 Japanese hit by norovirus identical to that experienced by the inhabitants of Hiroshima after consuming meals distributed by a “box lunch. ” As this company distributes nearly 5,000 meals per day, it is expected that other Japanese would soon be affected. link
In October 2012 similar cases were reported in Niigata Prefecture, as well as before, in January 2012 in Hokkaido, Okinawa and Niigata in April 2012. link

The Japanese government said the nuclear disaster has already cost at least $ 15 billion, before dismantling the last 30 years, and the final invoice before lie of course. connection

Amidst all the bad news, there is at least one that is good: € 400,000 through donations from individuals, The Fukushima independent hospital opened its doors in Japan….”

Alissa Descotes Toyosaki list of articles on Japan

January 3, 2013 - Posted by | Uncategorized

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