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Friday, June 28, 2019
150,000 Radiation Refugees Two Years After Fukushima Mega Disaster; Suffering And Dying Quietly From What Doctors Call Radiophobia, 6,000 Backyards Used As Nuclear Waste Dumps


NUCLEAR REFUGEES TELL THEIR STORY A COUPLE MONTHS AFTER THE FUKUSHIMA MEGA NUCLEAR DISASTER

Nuclear Refugees 「原発避難民」the people of Iitate Village tell their story
Video; https://youtu.be/YXocjiKU-Vk 17 min.

The highest levels of radiation were in the first two months of the nuclear disaster, but almost no one was told anything, and mandatory evacuations did not happen until several months after the nuclear disaster happened. 

TEPCO did not even admit to multiple melt downs for several months.

IN CONTAINMENT MOVIE, HOT SPOT DISCOVERED BY DRIVING THROUGH IT, IMPOSSIBLY HIGH RADIATION READING, HAD DIRECT EFFECT ON THEM PHYSICALLY


In Containment: the people of Minamisoma, 15 months after the meltdown



Watch video as they react to this SKY HIGH radiation reading in a hot spot, and how they all feel it physically. https://youtu.be/R6BWbJZygnQ?t=6m9s

WATCH AND LISTEN TO RADIATION REFUGEES LIVING IN 'EMERGENCY' TEMPORARY HOUSING, YEARS AFTER THE NUCLEAR DISASTER, TEPCO IS IN NO HURRY TO PROVIDE PERMANENT HOUSING FOR ANYONE

Due to the Fukushima mega nuclear disaster, families have been broken up, scattered and are now feeling sad and lonely. They all hope to return home, but realistically there is no hope of getting back into radiation soaked home towns. All of these radiation refugees are now homeless, landless and jobless in many cases. 

NHK Documentary; 2 Years Later


Two years after the Fukushima mega nuclear disaster, 11 evacuees have died out of a total of 70 families surveyed.
http://www.disclose.tv/action/viewvideo/148940/Fukushima_NHK_Documentary_Two_Years_Later/

The doctors claim that NONE of these deaths are due to radiation exposure.


OVER 1.5 MILLION PEOPLE LIVE IN AREAS WHERE THEY ARE EXPOSED UP TO OR MORE THAN 20 m/Sv FUKUSHIMA NUCLEAR DISASTER RADIATION PER YEAR



The government plan was to have temporary radioactive waste storage sites in cities that were being decontaminated, then down the road, move all of the radioactive garbage to an 'interim' nuclear waste site, and then finally move the whole interim waste storage site contents to a permanent disposal facility. The only problem was that neither the interim, local or permanent storage sites were approved, so very little decontamination could actually be done. After two years only a very tiny percentage of the actual decontamination work had actually been done that had been promised. 

31: min. in.. Because no one wanted radioactive waste in their town, the government started asking individuals to bury nuclear waste in their backyards, which some people agreed to do. As a result big black plastic bags of radioactive waste were buried inside of huge blue plastic tarps in peoples yards. 


Over 6,000 'on site' nuclear waste storage sites exist in peoples yards, as of two years after the Fukushima mega disaster, due to no locations being approved for nuclear waste either in communities, interim or permanently.

35: What people coming back into radiation soaked areas are finding out is that life never goes back to 'normal' as it once was. Despite a home being decontaminated and nuclear waste being buried in the backyard, it does not get radiation levels back to normal. Radiation levels are still higher than normal. Also, roads and forests plus wild areas are not decontaminated because of lack of enough radioactive waste storage sites. This means that radioactive dust, leaves and pollen blows in from highly contaminated areas, recontaminating homes that have been 'cleaned'. Also, mothers with radiation detectors such as this one will not allow their children to play in the woods as she once did, or go to the beach, or play in the river, since these have not been decontaminated at all. Most towns in Japan are surrounded by mountains and rivers plus large forests. 

36: Over 4,500 decontamination groups exist in Japan, and they are all working to decontaminate their local communities. Since no nuclear waste site exists, they are forced to bury nuclear waste in their backyards. 

43: Pine trees were still heavily contaminated with radiation and as the needles fell, they washed downhill with the rain, recontaminating areas near streams and rivers, or where ever leaves or pine needles gathered. 


Radiation levels in trees as of 2013, was as follows;

Needles at 14 meters up in the air  22,000 Bq/kg

Needles at 10 meters up in the air  10,000 Bq/kg

Needles at 4 meters up in the air 11,000 Bq/kg

Dead needles on ground               14,000 Bq/kg

EARTHQUAKES CONTINUE ON IN JAPAN, BECAUSE IT IS LOCATED AT JUNCTION OF MULTIPLE CONTINENTAL PLATES


Watch the video and see how over 19,000 earthquakes hit Japan just in 2011.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NSBjEvPH2j4

 The following chart link shows the subduction zone all along the Japanese coast, and the earthquakes superimposed on top of that. 
http://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/tectonic/images/japan_tsum.pdf

GOVERNMENT AND NUCLEAR INDUSTRY WANTS TO RESTART ALL NUCLEAR REACTORS SHUT DOWN AFTER MEGA NUCLEAR DISASTER


The Japanese nuclear authorities, experts and the Japanese government wants to restart 50 plus nuclear reactors in Japan, after they were almost all shut down after the 3/11 9.0 earthquake and tsunami. The nuclear industry said that this mega nuclear disaster 'could never happen'.

Does restarting any nuclear plant make any sense at all, considering that Japan is filled with earthquake faults and experiences thousands of earthquakes each year? 

Does it make any sense to start ANY nuclear reactor back up, when the insurance companies will not even insure them at any price, anywhere in Japan? Restarting the nuclear reactors in Japan means that the Japanese citizens are 'naked' and exposed to all of the risk of another meltdown or accident around anything nuclear in Japan.

NUCLEAR INDUSTRY REFUSES TO PAY COMPENSATION FOR THEIR DISASTERS, THEY FORCE TAXPAYERS TO COMPENSATE RADIATION VICTIMS


Bottom line, in any country, citizens are going to pay for a nuclear accident, no matter what, because the nuclear industry never pays for ANY accident, the cleanup, or any of the losses. 

TEPCO Controls Mass Media, But Loses ALL Nuclear Plant Insurance Coverage

Just the ONE single nuclear accident in Japan at Fukushima Daichi will eventually cost the citizens of Japan between 1 and 10 Trillion Dollars. The Fukushima nuclear mega disaster is going to bankrupt Japan, just like it bankrupt the Soviets and caused their country to collapse financially, according to Gorbachev. 

Fukushima Crisis Total Cost; $1 - $10 TRILLION Dollars; via A Green Road
http://agreenroad.blogspot.com/2012/06/fukushima-crisis-total-cost-up-to-10.html

AS OF 2013, BETWEEN 84,000 TO 240,000 RADIATION REFUGEES  ARE STILL LIVING IN 'EMERGENCY' SHELTERS IN JAPAN


And as of Sept. 2013, officially, somewhere between 80,000 to 240,000 nuclear radiation refugees are still living in temporary emergency housing. Only a very small number of the permanent replacement housing that was promised to the radiation refugees has been built and only a small number of radiation refugees have been compensated financially. Many tens of millions of Japanese citizens are living in zones so contaminated with radiation, that were declared evacuation zones in Soviet Russia. 

Japan's radiation refugees

Nuclear energy is accelerating the genetic disease, infant mortality and birth defect rates globally. Nuclear energy is an environmental disaster, a financial disaster, and a recipe for a global life extinction event, if it is allowed to continue.

All nuclear power plants must all be shut down and put away, in the same way that a too dangerous toy must be taken away from a child and put in a safe place where no child can reach it.

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150,000 Radiation Refugees Two Years After Fukushima Mega Disaster; Suffering And Dying Quietly From What Doctors Call Radiophobia, 6,000 Backyards Used As Nuclear Waste Dumps
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