Wednesday, July 18, 2012

The Fukushima Nuclear Disaster: Japanese Film Crew Takes Interesting Tour Of Dead Zone Around Fukushima!

The disastrous situation around Fukushima is still ongoing... No matter what the liars in our governments and our media continue to promote. Over 16 months now, since the original disaster that took place on March 11th, 2011, and there is no long term solution to the problems associated with the meltdowns of at least 3 nuclear reactors in sight.  In fact, the world right now is crossing its fingers that the spent fuel pool at reactor#4 does not collapse before TEPCO is finally able to remove all the spent fuel rods there... A collapse would mean a catastrophe not only for Japan, but for the entire planet as well!

I came across a most interesting video from the ENE website at, where a Japanese film crew recently toured the dead zone around Fukushima, with some startling revelations, and some equally shocking results... I have that video right here for my own readers to view for themselves, and of course, my own further  comments to follow:

NTS Notes: This video is actually part 4 of a 5 part series called "In Containment" that is also available over Youtube...

I want to present the ENE writeup about the very bizzare occurance on this video here first for everyone to see here:

In Containment: The people of Minamisoma, 15 months after the meltdown – Part 4/5
Camera: Ian Thomas Ash/ Koji Fujita
Published by DocumentingIan
Published: July 17, 2012
Namie Town

Hiroshi: Let’s head towards the mountains.
Ian: It’s getting fairly high right now.
Cameraman: What is it now?
Ian: It’s 5!
Man: It’s 60… 80… This is impossible! It’s 100!! It’s 300!
Hiroshi: It just hit 500!
Ian: Turn back! Turn back! Turn back!
Man: This is not good.
(Camera cuts to black; Unidentified screams)
Man: Oh my god.
Cameraman: I think we’re in trouble. That was bizarre. I felt it as well.
In response to a question from arclight about the ending, the filmmaker writes:
It’s difficult to explain, but basically, we drove into a radiation hotspot and something happened in the car. What was it? Even the four members who were in the car don’t all agree on exactly what occurred. I hope viewers can watch this (along with Part 5) and decide for themselves what they think happened.
NOTE: The radiation measurements are in millirem per hour (mR/h). 1 mR/h equals 10 microsieverts per hour (microSv/h). The top reading of 500 mR/h in the film is equal to 5,000 microSv/h.

There are several alarming and disturbing things that I obtained from watching this video...

First, we see first hand how the area is a complete ghost town, much like what happened at Chernobyl, Ukraine, after the 1986 nuclear disaster there.  I can guarantee that area will be uninhabitable for the next few centuries at least...

Second, when the crew came upon the Japanese police, I was also alarmed that these fools were not wearing protective clothing from the high levels of radioactivity.  It seems rather odd that they do not value their own lives....

Third, it is indeed interesting that we see livestock in the radioactive contaminated fields in the dead zone.  It is my hope that these animals are not being put to slaughter and their meat being consumed by many unsuspecting Japanese!

Fourth... And of course, at approximately 6:30 into the video, we see an abrupt seizure of the automobile's engine when this crew encountered an alarmingly high radioactive area.  Supposedly, they were able to restart the engine, and their only comment was that it was a "bizzare" occurance.

This video clearly shows that the area around Fukushima is contaminated, and uninhabitable for the foreseeable future.  It also shows again that this disaster is not over, and will continue to plague this planet for years, if not centuries, to come.

Again I call on everyone to take their own governments to task and demand that they come forward with the truths about the situation at Fukushima.   The lies have definitely gone on long enough!

More to come


1 comment:

Citizenfitz said...

“Miss Krantz was walking home one fall evening in Gothenburg when she encountered this man, an Ethiopian immigrant….”