Kyodo: Fukushima governor hospitalized — Bleeding from colon area

Published: January 14th, 2013 at 10:11 am ET


Title: Fukushima Gov. Sato hospitalized
Source: Kyodo
Date: Jan. 14, 2013

Fukushima Gov. Yuhei Sato has been hospitalized since Sunday due to bleeding colon diverticulum, the prefectural government said Monday.

The 65-year-old governor of the nuclear disaster-hit prefecture is being treated with medicine and will be discharged from the hospital in the city of Fukushima in seven to 10 days, according to the prefectural office. […]

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Published: January 14th, 2013 at 10:11 am ET


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35 comments to Kyodo: Fukushima governor hospitalized — Bleeding from colon area

  • Sickputer

    My condolences to the governor and I hope he survives his radiation-induced illness.

    News like this is going to become regular in Japan.

    Not exactly positive 2020 Olympic games promotional news for Japan. They must be groaning in Tokyo.

    • Cisco Cisco

      SP…There will be no Olympic games in 2020 in Japan. Tokyo and the island of Honshu will be a no-go-zone. Hell, there may not be a 2020 for any of us.

  • TheBigPicture TheBigPicture

    Doctors can't do anything ..damage from radiation will continue with everyone exposed.

  • nedlifromvermont

    … illness definitely in no way related to exposure to unusually high levels of dangerous radioactivity bequeathed to Fukushima, Japan, by General Electric deigned and mass produced Mark One Boiling Water Reactors …

    … how do I know?

    … GE said so … and told the Japanese doctors to inform any and all patients in health care system …

    "Your illness is in no way related to the radioactivity released by failed United States technology …"

    … and it continues …

    … go away public … there's nothing here for you to see!!!

    … peace …

    • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar anne

      Do you have a link for the quote that says that GE said this: "Your illness is in no way related to the radioactivity released by failed United States technology …"

      And, of course, GE nuclear is now GE Hitachi Nuclear, so the Japanese Yakuza, or whoever, have joined GE and are spreading nuclear energy death plants around the world. And the Japanese now hold over 75% of Westinghouse, who are also spreading nuclear technology over all the world, including the US. And the IAEA is run by the Japanese.

      And now, is Japan saying that their nuclear scientists are successful at nuclear technology? Especially, the Monju fast breeder nuclear plant and J-PARC and Toyota and all the experimental reactors at Tokai, and the failure at Rokkasho nuclear reprocessing plant. And are you saying that Japanese politicians and doctors and clean up companies have no say so in their country, and they ignore the people's requests to discontinue nuclear energy, because there is no Yakuza in Japan? Should we discount all the scientific literature written by Japanese scientists as not original?

      It is the nuclear industry, shared by all the nuclear countries, who are promoting their industry by saying that radiation doesn't harm, because it people knew the truth, there would be no new nuclear power plants There is Russian nuclear technology around the world as well. And the members of the Manhattan project were immigrants from many countries.

      • Wreedles Wreedles

        Pretty sure Nedli's comment was snark…

        • Time Is Short Time Is Short

          Let her go. It sounds like she needs it today.

          We're all going to need blow-off time soon. And to think I picked last year to give up drinking. Damn.

      • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar anne

        And who is still shipping radioactive parts, products, and food from Japan into the US? And who is still actively marketing and constructing new nuclear power plants around the world? And who in Japan is refusing to test citizens for radiation poisoning? And who is planning to build more nuclear power plants in Japan? The Japanese government isn't refusing any more nuclear, or feeding their school children non-radioactive food. And the Japanese are the ones who didn't have adequate emergency plans for the meltdowns and they are the ones who welded shut all the emergency vents. They haven't decommissioned all their nuclear power plants and are now planning to again start up defective reactors. The the NRC in the US said that the evacuation zone should be at least 50 miles around the melted down reactors? And the Japanese didn't evacuate all this population and are encouraging farming and repopulation in this death zone.

        • SnorkY2K

          I did e-mail Maruchan and got a quick US postal mail reply that they are not using Japanese sourced ingredients in their ramen noodles and other add water and heat products made in the US. Nice to have some good news

      • rakingmuck

        No but I have an email from a senior person at the IAEA that says radiation not linked to cancer. Would that help? Let me know I've been saving it for a special occasion!

      • nedlifromvermont

        @Anne … for what it's worth … Yes, there are some guilty and pathetic Japanese nucleocrat crooks out there … who were valued business partners for GE, who I see as the Ur-devil in this business; as it was GE as the largest company who steamrolled US Congress in 1950's to give this nuclear nightmare 'industry' a pass …

        … and no I don't have this quote from GE … the quote is inferred from their inaction … at least this statement, if they made it, would be more than they are saying, which is nothing …

        and GE is so heavily involved in this stink, as a Manhattan Project subcontractor; as a major supplier of reactor fuel (which should be called compacted poison); and as an owner of media and buyer of ad time on other networks (NPR) which then soft soap and downplay the horrible truths we, here, know and understand …

        No, Anne, I shall not tread lightly on the defiled carcass of a once great and iconic American Corporation which has abused its power, it's fortune and the nation's political process to promote a farsical technology that never was a good idea, which was never necessary or green, and that continues to hush up and dissemble about the reality which is Fukushima …

        GE should be liquidated, immediately, and the funds raised then used to contain the radioactive damages and reimburse, partially, the victims …

        It's past time to call out the real progenitors of this evil.


        peace …

        • nedlifromvermont

          @Anne … and Japan controls the IAEA???? Are you serious????

          peace …

        • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar anne

          “…eleven major weapons corporations including GTE, Morton Thiokol, Rockwell International, General Electric, Westinghouse, and Monsanto….”

          “>>>Reporting on the fight against GE, they recall, ‘Our international boycott of GE products cost the company over $100 million in lost medical equipment sales. Major retail stores including Safeway and Target began stocking light bulbs made by other companies. In 1993, GE caved under enormous public pressure and moved out of the nuclear weapons business….”

          “…DuPont also played a major role in the Manhattan Project in 1943, designing, building and operating the Hanford plutonium producing plant in Hanford, Washington and the Savannah River Plant in South Carolina….”

          • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar anne

            “…Eight years ago, General Electric sold its contract at Knolls to Martin Marietta, which later merged with Lockheed Corp. to form Lockheed Martin….”

            • PattieB PattieB

              then Lockheed Martin bought Sippican… the place I was at that build anti-warheads, and they also bought Polaris. Where I got transfered to for I-Robot. Rather difficult to boycott Lockheed… isn't it!?

              • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar anne

                TY, PattieB. I wish they would boycott Monsanto, and, etc….. Some people seem to have forgotten that Units #3 and #4 at Fukushima Daiichi were designed, constructed, maintained, and operated by the Japanese, all by themselves. I have no love for GE, but blaming everything on GE is, IMHO, very naive, especially now that it is Hitachi GE in Japan. And before 2007, it was just Hitachi and Toshiba in Japan. I think the whole MIC including the politicians worldwide is partly to blame, including, or especially, the IAEA.

                • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar anne

                  I do personally boycott Monsanto and all GMOs, just because I'm trying to stay alive and as healthy as possible.

        • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar anne

          “The first nuclear reactor in Japan was built by the UK's GEC. In the 1970s, the first light water reactors were built in cooperation with American companies. These plants were bought from U.S. vendors such as General Electric and Westinghouse with contractual work done by Japanese companies, who would later get a license themselves to build similar plant designs. Developments in nuclear power since that time have seen contributions from Japanese companies and research institutes on the same level as the other big users of nuclear power."

        • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar anne

          Nuclear power in the United Kingdom

          Power station Type Net
          MWe Construction
          started Connected
          to grid Commercial
          operation Closure
          Calder Hall
          200 1953 1956 1959 2003
          240 1955 1959 1960 2004
          276 1957 1962 1962 1989
          246 1957 1962 1962 2002
          Hunterston A
          300 1957 1964 1964 1990
          Hinkley Point A
          470 1957 1965 1965 2000
          390 1959 1965 1965 1991
          Dungeness A
          450 1960 1965 1965 2006
          Sizewell A
          420 1961 1966 1966 2006
          434 1962 1967 1968

        • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar anne

          “Electricity was generated by a nuclear reactor for the first time ever on December 20, 1951 at the EBR-I experimental station near Arco, Idaho in the United States. On June 27, 1954, the world's first nuclear power plant to generate electricity for a power grid started operations at Obninsk, USSR.[3] The world's first commercial scale power station, Calder Hall in England opened on October 17, 1956.[4]…”

          “…The BWR was developed by the Idaho National Laboratory and General Electric in the mid-1950s. The main present manufacturer is GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy, which specializes in the design and construction of this type of reactor….”

          “The AP1000 is a two-loop pressurized water reactor[1] sold by Westinghouse Electric Company.”

          “Westinghouse Electric Company LLC is owned by the Toshiba Group. The headquarters for the company are in the state of Pennsylvania.”

        • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar anne

          Unit Type[24]
          Start construction[25]
          First criticality[25]
          Commercial operation[25]
          Shutdown date Electric power[25]
          Reactor supplier[24]
          Fukushima I – 1[4]
          Mark I July 25, 1967 October 10, 1970 March 26, 1971 April 20, 2012 460 MW General Electric

          Fukushima I – 2[4]
          BWR-4 Mark I June 9, 1969 May 10, 1973 July 18, 1974 April 19, 2012 784 MW General Electric Ebasco Kajima LEU

          Fukushima I – 3[4]
          BWR-4 Mark I December 28, 1970 September 6, 1974 March 27, 1976 April 19, 2012 784 MW Toshiba
          Toshiba Kajima LEU/MOX[9]

          Fukushima I – 4[4]
          BWR-4 Mark I February 12, 1973 January 28, 1978 October 12, 1978 April 19, 2012 784 MW Hitachi
          Hitachi Kajima
          Fukushima I – 5 BWR-4 Mark I May 22, 1972 August 26, 1977 April 18, 1978 Still in operation 784 MW Toshiba Toshiba Kajima
          Fukushima I – 6 BWR-5 Mark II October 26, 1973 March 9, 1979 October 24, 1979 Still in operation 1,100 MW General Electric Ebasco Kajima

        • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar anne

          “GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy (GEH) is a provider of advanced reactors and nuclear services. It is located in Wilmington, N.C.. Established in June 2007, GEH is a global nuclear alliance created by General Electric and Hitachi. In Japan, the alliance is Hitachi-GE Nuclear Energy, Ltd.[1]…”

  • nedlifromvermont

    GE 'designed' and force fed to unwitting public …

  • patb2009

    An Ass, bleeding, from his ass.

    • Johnny Blade Johnny Blade

      @patb2009;LOL!~I guess I won't have to look into whether Governor Sato was pro-nuke or not!(?)Thank you for your short and eloquent post which held the answer to what I sought to learn in a most entertaining way! 🙂

  • Sickputer

    Check Sato's diet and I'm sure you will find local Fukushima cuisine.

    Remember Otsuka Norikazu? He was the TV announcer who got leukemia after eating Fukushima crops on his show to show the food was safe.

    Anybody heard whether he has died?

    • PurpleRain PurpleRain

      I thought that he and the cute woman with him eating the food both died, but I'm not sure. I just thought that I read it somewhere, maybe .

  • dka

    Many people are bleeding from their rectum since after Fukushima.
    I had never heard about such a so widespread disease.
    That did not exist before Fukushima
    Have you seen the Japanese governement complaining about important dangerous beef from US? Every Japanese knew that the beef could cause illness in some very rare case.
    Now there is this new epidemic which causes people to bleed from their rectum, but it does not even have a name, cases are not even counted and no one seems to care. It is simply reported as a bleeding. Next. No information as to why.

    Obvious that this is caused by the contamination. Rectum and contaminated food spend a lot of time together, enough time for the digestive system to become ill. Obvious. Even more since this is new since Fukushima.

    But the reaction of the Japanese is like if they were zombies in the face of a wide spread disease. No reaction. Unlike their reaction in the face of the risk to import amercian beef, which was extensive, very loud and maniac. Unreal, totally unreal.

  • nedlifromvermont

    have a little bloody rectum with your beef … what's not to love about General Electric technology …

    peace …

    • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar anne

      These problems are caused by GMOs which is Monsanto, not and the radiation by numerous other actors besides GE Hitachi. I have suffered from radiation from Rockwell International, TMI, Chernobyl, atom and hydrogen bomb testing which was the fault of governments around the world. Your boycott of GE, which I have shared for many years, is not a cure for the problem. The newest reactors in the US are being built by Toshiba (Japan) and Areva(France). I am also suffering from uranium mining in the US by companies from Canada (thanks to NAFTA) and Russia, and China now has over a thousand free trades zones within the US. Reactprs #3 and #4 were totally designed, constructed, maintained, and operated by the Japanese alone.

  • Sickputer

    Mad Cow disease… Meet your partner in crime…Mad Ass disease.

    Courtesy of the friendly folks at Tokyo Electric.

    Question: "How many Japanese does it take to change a light bulb?

    Answer: "None. They just hold the bulb and it glows."

  • tgif

    It's up to you to learn about the different radio-nucleotides, their assorted properties, and their effect on the body OVER TIME.

    All I care to tell you is this–Fukushima was and is an ELE. An ELE is not necessarily a sudden event. Just look at what's happening, how they're handling it, and how long its going to continue.

    Do your homework!

  • tgif

    More correctly I should have said E.L.E.