Most contaminated animal since 3/11 found 50km south of Fukushima plant (VIDEO)

Published: November 22nd, 2012 at 12:56 am ET


Nov. 21, 2012 report from Minyu-net with summary translation by Fukushima Diary:

On 11/20/2012, Fukushima prefecture announced they measured 33,000 Bq/kg of cesium from wild boar in Iwaki city. It was the highest measurement ever.

Prefectural government commented they are not sure about the reason.

From last Sunday’s Guardian: “About 80 per cent of Suzuki’s menu is from Fukushima […] on a quiet street in the Takaido neighbourhood of Tokyo in June last year […] Mr Suzuki’s business plan defied logic: to offer dishes made with ingredients mostly from his home town of Iwaki.”

Published: November 22nd, 2012 at 12:56 am ET


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10 comments to Most contaminated animal since 3/11 found 50km south of Fukushima plant (VIDEO)

  • Large animals contaminated at that distance tells me people are contaminated too.

    Those who are initially affected the most are children and women.

    The radioactive contamination only spreads and accumulates. That's what radiation contamination does and what it will continue to do.

    The lies, coverups and misinformation have affected the innocent lives of untold numbers.

  • TheBigPicture TheBigPicture

    Worst invention in the history of man, nuclear reactors …they must be abolished.

    • moonshellblue moonshellblue

      It is too late. What I can't believe is this youtube video of NY high school students who travelled to Fukushima as part of their travel promotion and know they are all contaminated. I don't know what the parents or the school was thinking to allow this. Truly unreal.

      • moonshellblue moonshellblue

        Rather and now they are contaminated. What the heck are people thinking?

      • GlowInTheDark GlowInTheDark

        Sue told us about the Kizuna project first here sometime ago and several of us tried to warn people but the organiser eventually stopped answering calls. That just says it all. But the project is apparently back up by UN, US, Japanese govt so I am not surprised that they are not interested in protecting children. It's safety propaganda for the country and children has been sacrificed along the way. There is going to be another lot of students from Oz about to go to Japan in December. Also from neighbouring countries such as Malaysia, Phillipines etc But it looks like parents aren't interested in listening either. How frustrating. But we told the world, there are video on YT, dailymotion and liveleaks. So when their children develops lumps in their throat they have themselves to blame. 🙁

  • weeman

    The prefectural government commented they are not sure of the reason?
    Nothing to do with three rouge nuclear reactors spewing radioactive isotopes continuously and accumulation of radioactivity that is never ending or at least for 5 billion years.
    People of Japan flee the country claim refugee status, no country could turn you down and send you back to adverse health issues and death, you should consider yourselfs refugees of your own country.

  • timemachine2020 timemachine2020

    MSNBC running fukushima report right now on 60 minutes

  • timemachine2020 timemachine2020

    Sorry CNBC is the channel

  • AGreenRoad AGreenRoad

    Fukushima Animals Affected By Low Level Radiation; via A Green Road

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