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Fukushima truth nuclear testimony, #OHCHR #UNHRC September 2018

3 video testimonies from Fukushima residents, some displaced, describing their personal experiences and traumas because of the Fukushima nuclear disaster and Earthquake

Fukushima 311 Watchdogs

In this video (part 1 of a series) Junko, a mother and ex decommissioning worker describes the health situation in answer to a question put to her by Rachel Clark (Japanese translator) on behalf of the team at and Nuclear Hotseat.
Junko describes the health effects on her children and workers cleaning up the soil in contaminated areas.

In this video 2 families compare the risk of staying in place (as recommended by the nuclear industry post Fukushima and another finally that left quickly. A mother and daughter develop Thyroid abnormalities for listening to the Japanese authorities.

There is an understandable lack of trust in the government program and one of the evacuees did not want to give the Fukushima medical Hospital any personal information preferably.

Dr Oshyama does do an independent research on evacuees and is more trusted. She discovered the 2 thyroid abnormalities in the…

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A health survey in Fukushima covered up by the Japanese Media – Hidden epidemiology from 2011 – video

Radiation Causing Unusual Changes: What’s Happening to Children? (This video as well as others have been continually taken down on request of persons unknown.. you have to wonder why?) [Arclight2011]

By tokyobrowntabby This video is from a webcast program called “ContAct,” webcasted on July 14, 2011 by OurPlanet-TV ( ) an independent net-based media.

Translation by EX-SKF( http// ) & tokyobrowntabby and captioning by tokyobrowntabby. (Who had to stop translating and had most of her (TBT)videos removed)

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Shocking update (2013) on the citizens of Pypriat (Chernobyl disaster) repost

On Sunday the 27 April 2013 in a little room somewhere off Grays Inn road London, a meeting took place. In this meeting was Ms Tamara Krasitskava of the Ukrainian NGO “Zemlyaki”.


In this meeting she quoted that only 40 percent of the evacuees that moved to Kiev after the disaster are alive today! And lets leave the statistics out of it for a moment and we find out of 44,000 evacuated to Kiev only 19,000 are left alive. None made it much passed 40 years old

…..3.2 million with health effects and this includes 1 million children…

T .Kraisitskava

“….I was told to not talk of the results from Belarus as the UK public were not allowed to know the results we were finding!….”

A.Cameron (Belarus health worker from UK)

* A draft movie report from Chernobyl Day meeting is now ready. It’s a speech by Tamara Krasitskava from Ukraine. She is a chairperson of Zemlyaki, Ukraine NGO in Kiev to represent evacuees from Pripyat city.
* Those who missed the meeting, and those who were there but want to enjoy her speech again, please watch it. And please let us know if you find a problem when you watch it.

Uploaded on 1 May 2013

* Tamara Krasitskava is a chairperson of Zemlyaki, Ukraine NGO in Kiev to represent those who had to collectively evacuate from Pripyat
* Speech was done by Russian, and interpreted into English.
* Chernobyl Day London Public Meeting was organized by “JAN UK” on Sat 27 April 2013.…
* The nuclear accident happened on Saturday 26 April 1986, 1:23am. It was, for the most of he residents, midnight of Friday 25 April.

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Chernobyl Children Charity accepts prestigious TV award on behalf of HBO in London

News: 28 Jan 2020

Humanitarian and Activist Adi Roche accepts ‘Best Limited Series’ award on behalf of cast and crew of HBO and Sky’s mini-series ‘Chernobyl’

28 Jan 2020

In an unusual departure at tonight’s UK National Television Awards ceremony in London, one of Ireland’s leading humanitarian aid activists Adi Roche has accepted the award for Best New Drama which was won by the HBO and Sky’s acclaimed mini-series ‘Chernobyl’.

Sister Pictures and Sky invited Adi Roche to accept the award on their behalf in recognition of the inspiring work which she has been doing with the victims of the deadly Chernobyl nuclear accident over the past 3o years. Traditionally, the producers and cast of a film accept such awards.

In accepting the award Adi, Roche Founder and Voluntary CEO of Chernobyl Children International, said;

“This award-winning series revealed to a global TV audience the true heroes of Chernobyl.  It has shone a light on the brave men and women who suffered and sacrificed, saving millions of lives…often at the cost of their own. So tonight I would also like to accept this award on behalf of all of them.  Because, be in no doubt, by giving their very lives they prevented an even greater catastrophe… one that would have lasted thousands of years.”


The Liquidators – the men who saved the world




Adi has been honoured by these ‘Liquidators’ in the past for acknowledging their plight.  Long-time friend and supporter Valeriy Zaytsyev, bestowed his ‘Liquidator medal’ on to Adi, a medal was received for his service in clean-up efforts following the 1986 Chernobyl nuclear disaster on April 6, 2016 in Gomel, Belarus.  Zaytsyev was an officer in the Soviet Army and on May 30, 1986, one month after the accident, received orders to head to the 30km Chernobyl exclusion zone, where he participated in decontamination operations.

“While I was there, I came down with a high fever and after four days, blood poured from his mouth, nose and ears. In the years afterwards I lost all my teeth, was operated on for cataracts, a condition common among liquidators, and survived a heart attack.” (Valeriy Zaytsyvey).


Who is Adi Roche?




Roche was one of the first responders to the Chernobyl Disaster and has worked to protect countless vulnerable people since the immediate aftermath of the Chernobyl disaster in 1986 by providing support to children living in the affected areas. She formally founded Chernobyl Children International (CCI) a UN non-profit organisation in 1991 to develop programmes that restore hope, alleviate suffering and protect current and future generations in the Chernobyl regions.

“The impact of that shocking nuclear accident can never be undone: so many people across Europe and beyond continue to feel the impact of its deadly legacy to this day. My charity, Chernobyl Children International, works with those children, families and communities still affected, and we applaud this new telling of a story that had all but faded from people’s memories,” said Adi Roche.


Chernobyl Children International and the UN



In its campaign to raise worldwide awareness of the terrifying reality of the Chernobyl explosion, CCI has developed close working relations with the United Nations and is a United Nations Non-Governmental Organisations accredited development organisation, the only charity working in the region to be honoured with such status.

On the 26 of April 2016, Adi gave a landmark address to the UN General Assembly in New York. In an unprecedented move the Belarusian UN delegation provided Adi with their speaking time at the General Assembly discussion on Chernobyl in recognition of the international role Ireland and Chernobyl Children International has played in helping the victims of the Chernobyl catastrophe. It was the first time an ordinary person (non-diplomat/non-political person) has been extended the honour of speaking at the UN General Assembly during a country’s allocated time.  The UN has also designated the 26 April as “International Chernobyl Disaster Remembrance Day.”

Adi Roche’s Work to Date



A National Television Award being accepted by someone who is a humanitarian and not a performer is a most unusual occurrence and is an amazing recognition of the contribution that CCI and the Irish people have made to support those affected by the nuclear fallout in Ukraine and Belarus. To date 26,500 children have visited Ireland on Rest and Recuperation breaks and €107 million has been given in aid.

Media enquiries to Sarah Cremin, Chernobyl Children International.

E: T: 086-2453820 or 021-4558774

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New danger of Fukushima radioactive and toxic contamination in small particles found

In a new report using estimated spread of highly toxic and radioactive particles has been reported in a new study. Looking at an area close to the Fukushima nuclear power plant disaster zone throws some light on a previously ignored aspect of possible health effects.


The distribution of Cs-rich microparticles emitted from the FDNPP is determined.

Cs-rich microparticles account for a significant fraction of FDNPP-deposited Cs.

The timing and source of the Cs-rich microparticle formation has been estimated.


Over the past 9 years, the nuclear industry has reported on the dose of radiation (as found in bananas) as the primary danger to the health and well being of the citizens of the Fukushima Prefecture and surrounding prefectures. Using debatable measuring techniques they tell us that there are no major health effects. The dose method of measurement itself has been widely debated among UNSCEAR members and the wider scientific community.

There has also been some debate on the problems with the internal contamination of humans and animals and resultant health effects.

The new study shows us that this debate has now moved further away from the biased claims of the nuclear industry sponsored experts and towards the more balanced risk assessment proponents.

First is the issue of micro (nano) particles that can bypass the Blood Brain Barrier and lodge in the brain and this too, is an issue to wildlife, livestock and fish health also, those consuming such produce. There may also be an issue concerning the consumption of plant matter so contaminated with these micro-particles.

It raises some issues on the decontamination efforts being done by the Japanese Government concerning the movement of contamination from highly polluted forests that will never be cleaned up for hundreds of years (concerning radioactive Cesium 137 particularly) to decontaminated areas as had been reported recently in the Japanese media and elsewhere.

More studies need to be funded by independent scientists to connect the different studies and connect them together to reach a greater understanding of the process`s involved concerning health and environmental impacts from nuclear disasters. These new findings add weight to the United Nations Rapporteurs concerns discussed in his report on Japan.

Link to new report Jan 2020 (Picture above is from the report)

Abundance and distribution of radioactive cesium-rich microparticles released from the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant into the environment

Links to Nano Particle concerns to health from pollution

Toxic air pollution particles found in human brains

Brain damage in fish from plastic nanoparticles in water

Link to UNSCEAR internal arguments

link to articles discussing UN concerns on contamination issues being downplayed

Link to article discussing issues concerning the redistribution of contamination to cleaned areas

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Posted on 28th January 2020

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