Japanese Journalist: “Do they want to kill children? I can’t forgive — Adults in Tokyo are insane — I can’t let it happen”

Published: July 22nd, 2012 at 2:28 pm ET
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July 19, 2012 tweet by journalist Kouta Kinoshita translated by Dissensus Japan:

In Ukraine and Belarus people had enormous damages on their health consuming flour. The transition percentage of radioactive substances is high. Bread of school-provided lunch is the only place the flour produced in Tôhoku and Kantô region can be consumed so they are trying to do something about it. Do they want to kill children? I can’t forgive. Adults in Tokyo are insane. I can’t let it happen. 

July 19, 2012 post on agrinews.co.jp (Japan’s Agriculture Journal) translated by Dissensus Japan:

Zenpanren (Japan’s federation of cooperatives of bread), the bread making trade association who delivers bread for school food service begun in earnest to establish a system to switch the imported flour to domestic flour in stages. The flour will be used for school meals as a basic ingredient from 2013. 

They are planning to blend “Yume Chikara” which is hard wheat flour breed and various all-purpose flour from each local places and to provide bread as original breads to each local regions.
They organize workshops about production method with those involved people such as bread makers, flour milling companies and school food service groups.

This action assignment has raw material costs that are higher than with imported flour and they demand support to the government for improving food self-sufficiency.

Published: July 22nd, 2012 at 2:28 pm ET
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27 comments to Japanese Journalist: “Do they want to kill children? I can’t forgive — Adults in Tokyo are insane — I can’t let it happen”

  • FRCSR FRCSR

    You can also read about Kouta Kinoshita's stance on weekly demonstration here.

    http://fukushimavoice-eng.blogspot.com/2012/07/kouta-kinoshitas-stance-on-weekly.html

    This is his Japanese blog.

    http://blog.goo.ne.jp/nagaikenji20070927


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  • JustmeAlso

    30:20 …''they made us wear lead vests to falsify exposure''
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lJjbNw07OUA


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    • JustmeAlso

      oops, I wanted to post this under ''Criminal? Fukushima Daiichi workers told to rip open radiation protection suits and insert lead plates — “Make sure nobody sees what you are doing” — Threatened with being fired''..

      Sorry about that.


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  • arclight arclight

    "…Japanese total wheat demand is quite stable at around 6 Mt annually, with 600-800kt produced locally and net import requirements of 5.4-5.6 Mt, the vast majority of which is used for food production – mainly bread, noodles and confectionary…"

    Japan a premium grains market
    COMMENT BY BRIAN DALITZ, EMERALD GROUP

    http://fw.farmonline.com.au/news/nationalrural/grains-and-cropping/general/japan-a-premium-grains-market/2612551.aspx10 Jul, 2012 02:30 AM

    WA Japan noodle wheat workshop success
    12 Jan, 2012

    "..Department Grains Industry Genetic and Product Innovation Director Robert Loughman said it was a valuable opportunity for many parties across the WA wheat supply chain.."

    "“We work closely with Australian wheat breeding companies and Japanese flour milling representatives to understand the market suitability of current and emerging WA wheat varieties for noodle production.”.."

    "..“The $500 million Japanese noodle market is one of WA’s major markets and as such it is important our wheat industry seeks feedback and looks to continually meet the quality and supply requirements for the noodle wheat blend supplied to Japan,” Dr Loughman said…"

    http://fw.farmonline.com.au/news/state/agribusiness-and-general/general/wa-japan-noodle-wheat-workshop-success/2415317.aspx

    big money, big corporation..

    genetically modified noodles?

    "is also researching the potential supply of other WA hard wheat types.." ?? :(


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  • weeman

    If the Japanese government removed the taxes on imported goods then the flour would be cheaper than domestic, but to sustain a industry for a few out weights the masses.
    Insanity.


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  • Time Is Short Time Is Short

    Well, of course they want to kill the children. From a long, slow death by rad sickness. We don't understand it because we can't comprehend the mental processes that would lead to this.

    No one will understand the depth of this tragedy, until they begin to comprehend the depth of evil in the minds of our leaders that impose these mass killings. It's genocide in its' largest form – the killing of all life on this planet- themselves and their children included.

    Maybe they are preparing the planet for aliens that need a radiated environment, and they've been promised their own planets to rule over in the afterlife.

    No matter what you think of the Huns, the Catholic Inquisition, Pol Pot, Hitler, Stalin, and all the rest of the genocidal maniacs throughout history, the leaders we have now are worse. Exponentially worse.

    Get used to it. It's going to get worse.


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    • pierre

      and likely behind all those names it seems (except the Huns maybe), a trait or a conspiracy. at least in the good old days they would rape and pillage and leave the bastards in peace enough to resupply them with cannon fodder for the next rampage. now its death from here to eternity.

      what goes through a TEPCO execs mind as he is thrown into Tokyo harbour – with leaded boots?


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    • gotnuttin2lose

      Now I am really starting to believe that the lizardian dracos people do exist. They say Hillary Clinton and the Queen of England is one amoung many of all of our leaders. Maybe the Pope and the Dali LLama.
      I noticed my dog was speaking backwards to me in Aramaic.
      Rover said that even Jesus H Christ was a Draco, and that is why Islam people do not eat bacon or drink wine.
      "The Body and Blood of Christ"…It is all starting to make sense to me now.


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    • gotnuttin2lose

      TiS, I thought I was a conspiracy theorist(tautologist), but you take the cake baby! And, you back it up, within seemingly infinite wisdom and references.
      You remind me of Sara Warner on the Terminator, where the psychiatrist always tries to assure her that she is delusional, when she is not.
      I was gonna' get drunk and tell you that your avatar is an ancient pictograph of a yoga master that graduated to the point of self-fellating himself, but now I am thinking that I do not want to fuck with you anymore.
      I think I will concede to higher wisdom and read more of what you say.
      Because, sometimes I really hate those fucking psychiatrists at the US VA hospital.


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  • arclight arclight

    interesting story here

    deployment of Osprey military aircraft to okinawa..

    Protests as 12 Osprey aircraft arrive at Iwakuni
    By Kyoko Hasegawa

    NATIONAL JUL. 23

    into a highly residential area.. suppose if is good strategy for the terrorists its good strategy for the military,, bit like having an aircraft carier in london.. imo

    "..The demonstration against the unloading of the aircraft would continue throughout the day, protest organizer Kiyoshi Oka told AFP by telephone.

    Although local governments in Japan have no legal grounds to reject the U.S. deployment plan, strong local resentment, from Okinawan islanders in particular, could further erode public support for the government of Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda.

    The U.S. military plans to fully deploy Osprey aircraft to Okinawa in October, even though the governor of the island chain has rejected the plan because of safety concerns.

    Following checkups at Iwakuni, the aircraft is destined for the Marine Corps airbase of Futenma in Okinawa, which has been at the center of a long-running stand-off as it sits in a developing urban area…"

    http://www.japantoday.com/category/national/view/12-osprey-aircraft-arrive-at-iwakuni?utm_campaign=jt_newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_source=jt_newsletter_2012-07-23_PM

    the usa military seems to act with impunity where ever it goes…

    in a residential area? while japanese could be using those air bases and other military camps to house the people from…


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    • arclight arclight

      the contaminated regions…

      its no wonder obama cant ratify the childrens humans rights charter in congress.. youve got to kick the pro military out as they are the ones holding up this human rights charter… and somalia too! all other countries have signed the treaty..

      RATIFY NOW! AND THE CHILDREN OF FUKUSHIMA AND THEIR FAMILIES CAN LOOK FORWARD TO A BRIGHTER FUTURE.. imo

      but the military wants to hang on to its power base..??
      no ratification
      no need to listen to the petition in the UNHCR as children have NO legal rights..

      an evil manipulation..


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      • Time Is Short Time Is Short

        Poverty up in the US to 1965 levels, and climbing:

        http://rt.com/usa/news/us-poverty-record-unemployment-800/

        47 years later, and the most prosperous country in the history of the world is sliding fast into third world poverty rates. While the super wealthy enjoy trillions of free taxpayer dollars in publicly funded bailouts of their losing investments.

        No one in power anywhere gives a rat's ass. Human suffering means nothing to our leaders. And more is coming.


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        • CBuck CBuck

          The governments of the world seem to want their countries in this position in my opinion.
          I don't know which is scarier, the slow, (as they say), poisoning of our planet from nuke plants or the governments of countries who seem to have just lost their minds.
          I've been reading from this site for about a month now, everyday now..scouring the comments here and I've learned a lot and my eyes have been opened.
          I am the crazy one now in my circle of friends and acquaintances now but I can live, (hopefully for a long time), with that.


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          • pierre

            chances are your circle of friends will catch up when it hits them…funny thing is I find they are ok with what crazy things I was saying 5-10 years ago, but still think my up-to-date issues are crazy like Fukushima ("surely the government is testing the food" they say).
            when will they ever learn. (and I don't presume to know everything)


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