Japan MP: This is an emergency situation, lives must be protected — Health injury to people outside Fukushima raised (VIDEO)

Published: February 20th, 2013 at 1:21 pm ET
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Title: Child Victim Support Law, Urgent question in Upper House plenary session
Translated by: CRMS
Edited by: Fukushima Collective Evacuation Trial Team
Date: Nov. 2, 2012
Date Published: Feb 20, 2013

At 7:45 in

Ryuhei Kawada, Member of the House of Councillors: The possibility of health injury to people outside Fukushima must be monitored by the national government.

At 10:55 in

Kawada: We do not need a government or a Prime Minister that are not willing to protect our lives. In this emergency situation, we can no longer entrust the Noda administration, which is never willing to protect life.

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Published: February 20th, 2013 at 1:21 pm ET
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22 comments to Japan MP: This is an emergency situation, lives must be protected — Health injury to people outside Fukushima raised (VIDEO)

  • aSpadeisaSpade aSpadeisaSpade

    Hey, Frick and Frack, good thinking! That is great analysis! Too bad you are TWO YEARS TOO LATE!


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  • pcjensen

    way too freaking late, f*ing morons. Did we not yell loud enough early enough for you, you colossal dumbasses.


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  • pcjensen

    When I say F*ing morons and colossal dumbasses, I'm thinking fairly global on whom I intend the derogatory comments for mire than just the folks int his article. Yamashita tops the pile heap of shit, next to Noda, Kan, Abe. Yes. All of you. Right below: NISA NEI NRC TEPCO Obama France Areva Mitsubishi GE Westinghouse WHO UN IAEA et al. …


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  • pcjensen

    I don't mean to offend people who may just now be waking up to the seriousness of radioactive exposures over time… but, damn, people… rev it up, so many lives are at stake and it may well be too late to do much good…


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    • Jay

      PCJensen , the Japanese DID rev it up : 2 weeks ago 62.7% of the voters brought in the office what we see today …

      But it's not just the Japanese people , also Canadians and Americans , French , their population still do not push for legislation to not use nuclear power .

      Than you see the news about 100 more nuclear reactors to ne built in Asia alone !

      PCJensen , HOW can you rev-up an IQ ??? , it didn't work for the last 6,000 years of recorded history ! , nor in 500,000 years since Homo Sapiens ( The Thinker ! Uuuuuhh !! Bull Biscuits !! )

      With an IQ of a door-knob there are no such things as pesticides in food , nuclear accidents , wars , Fiat currency , corrupted/inept politicians , imoral scientists/doctors/engineers , capitalism and religions …

      Only trimming the DNA will Rev-up a specie … What's DNA ??! Knock-knock …


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      • Time Is Short Time Is Short

        Are Japanese elections any more honest than anywhere else?

        The winners are chosen. And considering how much the nuclear industry spends on candidates, is it any wonder we have come to the end of the line of all life on this planet?


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      • pcjensen

        Rev it up by having high powered attorneys tear down the nuclear military industrial complex. RICO Act and Crimes Against Humanity. Forget getting anything out of the masses – even if they did have the power – their voices are stolen by rigged elections as Time Is Short eludes to.,.


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    • Johnny Blade Johnny Blade

      I know how you feel pcjensen…other comments in this thread have also described the reality of the politics of pollution which makes this sickening cycle of lunacy continue even if siphoning every dirty dollar from their historically most generous special-interest group in mans relatively short history even if it kills them!(& the rest of us!)~The ONLY way to get these nuclear pimps and their puppet politicians out of the big picture is to enact laws prohibiting accepting ANY special-interest campaign donations and enforce existing laws that include mandatory trials,prosecution and truth in sentencing related to high crimes & treason by elected leaders,govt. employees & disband & replace the EPA,NRC,FDA with an all-encompassing environmental agency minus the corrupt and/or incompetent O.D.B.'s(Old Dirty Bastards) willing to tackle the massive problems years of BS created! Since I'm out of radioactive Cali bud I'll have to continue this pipe dream another time. :( lol *Seriously, I don't have a clue how we'd even begin to go about effecting changes in the right direction after flipping the switch to "ON" thus beginning the Atomic Age 70 years ago??!!~Even worse since there is no "OFF" position included,although there is a "KILL" switch and TPTB use it every time the economy gets shaky or too many new corporate slaves are born too quickly to assimilate into useful positions except for when we "drop the soap"-always a politician standing behind us! :| ~**


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  • AFTERSHOCK AFTERSHOCK

    delays aside. The most important thing about Kawada's statement is the clear acknowledgement that this is – now – an "emergency" situation. This is significant, as TEPGOV's mouthpieces have been referring to this catastrophe as an 'incident', over what's now closing-in as two years…


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  • kintaman kintaman

    Sorry but it is TOO LATE for that now. This should have been done in the week following 3.11 but the fallout is already everywhere being breathed in, eat, drank, etc by everyone. TOO LATE you MORONS!


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  • PhilipUpNorth PhilipUpNorth

    See TEPCO workers take a quick tour inside Unit 1:
    http://enformable.com/2013/02/tepco-finds-high-radiation-levels-in-fukushima-daiichi-unit-1-torus/

    (Admin., you need to start a thread on this video!).

    First of all, is this any way to build a nuclear power plant? Conduits and wire trays run on walls and ceilings. Pipes, tanks, and pumps everywhere. No wonder these nuke plants don't work. They are way too complicated to build, or to maintain, or to operate. Gez, all you are trying to do is to boil water!
    HVAC ducting blown out all over, creating hazzards to workers trying to walk over scattered concrete debris.
    This video is a must-see for all ENEnewsers! Glad to see workers can actually enter Unit 1. Hope these guys are OK. Many thanks for taking the video camera along!


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    • AGreenRoad AGreenRoad

      30 minutes of people wandering around in a dark reactor building.

      STILL NO LIGHTS ON OR POWER AFTER TWO YEARS!

      Devastation, pieces and parts everywhere… no effort to clean it up, carry it out.

      Who cares where the corium is?

      They do not care to restore the power or clean up the building, so why bother figuring out anything else?

      Just drill a couple holes here and there and call it good to go.

      FUBAR


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    • Sol Man

      Terrible-bad complexity for want of some spark for to make coffee, toast, broil a steak, etc. Any of the alternatives is simple after the research; pick one: solar, wind, geo-t, batteries, and whatever hasn't been discovered yet. There is more coming, as long as we don't trip the light fandango and send ourselves out of here in the meantime. We may have a solution, but the leaders need the will.


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  • TheBigPicture TheBigPicture

    Doctors can't do anything for radiation from reactors. The only solution is to outlaw nuclear. It's the only way we can help future generations. The only way.


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  • AGreenRoad AGreenRoad

    Chernobyl Heart Movie; How Children Are Affected; via A Green Road http://agreenroad.blogspot.com/2012/04/chernobyl-heart-movie-how-children-are.html

    Gorbachev; Chernobyl Nuclear Accident Was Real Cause Of The Collapse of Soviet Union; via A Green Road http://agreenroad.blogspot.com/2012/12/gorbachev-chernobyl-nuclear-accident.html

    The Japanese are keeping some HUGE financial secrets..

    They know that they are totally broke, but the emergency life support system has not been turned off yet.

    The cost of this disaster will be 1-10 TRILLION, or more.

    They already have a debt load greater than that of Greece, which is in dire straits..

    Strange, that Japan is not mentioned along with Greece, despite being in worse shape financially..


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  • AGreenRoad AGreenRoad

    Thanks for that… maybe those in the know, know more than they are letting on…


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  • gnomesang gnomesang

    i agree with Sol Man, but would even say, how does one put a value on just one childs life? then, which kid?
    the nuclear industry, our elected officials, our media, all failures!!! and in my eyes CRIMINALS!! it is now up to the average person to take back our power. do it with your wallets and votes. but the first thing is to find a way to get the innocents out of there.


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