TV: 200% as many radioactive products returned to Japan this year than in 2011 says Russian report (VIDEO)

Published: November 7th, 2012 at 10:16 am ET


Title: Russia ShipBack #Radiation Detected Goods from #Japan
Source: TBS/JNN
Translation & Subtitle: Jo2Rayden
Date Aired: Oct 25, 2012
Date Published: Nov 6, 2012
h/t junebloke


According to the Russian news agency Prima Media, from January to September in this year, the radiation dose exceeded of Russia standard value was detected from 319 goods, such as used car, food, medical supplies and others which were imported from Japan, to the Russian Far East ports.

The Russia customhouse did not accept importing 284 goods, then, send back to Japan.

145 goods send back to Japan in whole last year, due to the radiation dose exceeded of standard value was detected in the Russian Far East area.

But, It will reach almost double compared to 2011 with this year, even until September.

Watch the news broadcast here

Published: November 7th, 2012 at 10:16 am ET


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22 comments to TV: 200% as many radioactive products returned to Japan this year than in 2011 says Russian report (VIDEO)

  • Those were the products which 'exceeded' the limit.

    How many products came 'close' to exceeding?
    We'll never know.

    It's got to become clear to people at some point that this stuff is adding up with time.

    The next obvious questions:

    1. How many products did the USA return to Japan due to radioactive contamination?

    2. How does our (USA) acceptable level compare to their 0.3 uSv/hr?

  • lickerface lickerface

    Having experience importing product into the USA from SE Asia, I'm concerned that FedEx routes packages to JP before arriving in Memphis. Even shortly after the Fukushima incident, all shipments still routed there, and they continue to do so today. There is no documentation showing signs that these imports have passed radiation scanning. It would be nice to know what the actual radiation figures are per shipment. Some items are food from other countries. Retailers pass these imports onto American customers without knowing if they're safe. Shouldn't we importers be supplied with a free Geiger counter or at least a tax incentive to offset the cost of one? We currently have to go by trust with Customs, and I know for fact they do not look at every package individually. They do not say how or if the test for radiation.

    • GlowInTheDark GlowInTheDark

      You know why it's not scanned? US allowable radiation level is over 1000 Bq/kg so anything below that would be safe 😉 (NOT!)
      Simples, don't eat drink anything that comes out of Japan.

  • Japan's testing has been a farce. The government has used geiger counters when it should use scintillators and it has lied about thyroid results.

    The US is not testing food imported from Japan (or if they are no results are being made public) and the US opened the doors to imports of Japanese beef.

    For me the most sickening aspects of this disaster concern the abdication of any efforts to protect the most vulnerable populations, infants and children.

    A government that eats its own to further economic interests (e.g., the nuclear village) is fundamentally fascistic.

    The US is no different in that west coast produce is no doubt contaminated and yet no testing results have been made public.

    Japan just reported that no radiation contamination was detected in the breast milk of Fukushima mothers.

    No radioactivity found in Fukushima mothers' breast milk. The Asahi Shimbun

    I deconstruct this probable myth here

    • AGreenRoad AGreenRoad

      They also report no radiation in the ocean or the fish.. but then they will not allow anyone other then their 'official' testers to come within 20 miles of FukU.

      Kind of like they invite their families back into the 'normal' Fukushima Province, saying there is no more radiation..

      Nothing has changed.. just bald faced coverup and denial of what is really going on.

      They are willing to sacrifice millions of kids worldwide, not just in Japan.

      It makes the ancient cultures who practiced ritual sacrifice of one child per year on huge stone alters look like amateurs.

      • omniversling

        OMG, AGR,

        "It makes the ancient cultures who practiced ritual sacrifice of one child per year on huge stone alters look like amateurs."

        What a horror truth…well observed…

        The new altar could be of recalled isotopes, cesium, plutonium, strontium plus the other 100s..the whole lot…everything already released into the environment tracked down and recalled atom by atom, re-assembled along with every spent fuel rod (over 250,000 tonnes worldwide), and fashioned into the shape of an anvil.

        No children to be sacrificed by random exposure anymore, but the nucleocrats, military, nuclear physicists, captured government facilitators, and anyone else who 'profits' from this catastrophic insanity to be the first offerings…

        Offered to the Gods of Hades, the domain that they create recklessly and relentlessly on earth…"By their won sword shall they perish"

  • dosdos dosdos

    Why am I hearing Elvis singing Return to Sender?

  • lickerface lickerface

    How interesting… my cousin just received some Matcha green tea via EMS from Iwaki-City, Fukushima! There is no indication it has been analyzed.

  • 42

    In a post 911 world its almost certain imports are scanned at entry and exit to intercept nuclear materials smuggling. Since any half decent smuggler will have carefully shielded the stuff,the scanning is probably pretty sensitive.

    Whether they notice, care or investigate the levels found in food etc is the real question. I suspect not.

    • AGreenRoad AGreenRoad

      We would not count on that. If a large percentage of goods are contaminated with radiation, how does not tell the difference between that and a smuggled nuke bomb?

      IT may also be possible that all of the radiation detectors were turned off, due to them no longer working with all of the higher contamination of products. It would slow everything to a crawl and kill commerce if they had to inspect anything that set off alarms.

      • AGreenRoad AGreenRoad

        Can you imagine the havoc caused if a HUGE ship full of brand new but radioactive cars had to be inspected or REFUSED?


        You better have a Geiger Counter and protect yourself.

        No one else cares.

        • PurpleRain PurpleRain

          I thought that I read something about new cars from Japan being refused entry in Russia or Germany maybe…or somewhere as recent as 3 or 4 months ago on this site? Not sure. But I remember something like that. Maybe it was on EXSKF.

  • vital1 vital1

    Isn't perfectly clear by now that you can't rely on governments. It would be great if citizens on mass demanded that food and goods be tested properly, and truthfully reported. That is not happening. Individuals and communities must step up and do their own testing, to protect their family, and friends.

    For those of you how can't afford the equipment in the guides below, here is a list of the latest International reports of detections of radioactive isotope contamination in food items.

    Free Geiger Counter use guide.

    Free guide on how to set up a home, or community based, DIY food testing lab.

  • Jason

    The only thing they might detect in those containers is enriched uranium or a glowing sphere of plutonium used in nuke weapons!

  • AGreenRoad AGreenRoad

    What happens to all of the stuff that is returned? Any guesses?

    Who thinks that this stuff is just shipped to ANOTHER country, that does not do as much or any radiation testing at all?

    How much of this ends up in the good old USA?

    • +1

      My guess would be that some innocent child or pregnant mother will be riding in one of those 'hot' cars and receiving an unknown dose of radiation.

      Everyone needs a Geiger counter.

      I can see a time, maybe soon, where when kids learn to do math and read a clock, they will be required to understand Geiger readings.

      It will be part of daily routine, survival, in the Age of Fallout.

  • AGreenRoad AGreenRoad

    Radiation Safety Standards for Food: Comparing Chernobyl vs Fukushima; via A Green Road

    Radiation dangers in food and water; via A Green Road

  • many moons

    We are being so manipulated……
    Geigers around the world….we need to demand a radiation free life.