Japanese Journalist: “We must know that we are responsible for committing such a huge crime to contaminate the world” (VIDEO)

Published: January 22nd, 2013 at 11:28 pm ET


Title: Tent Color :Journalist Satoshi Kamata
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Date Filmed: Jan 11, 2013
Date Published: Jan 22, 2013

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Journalist Satoshi Kamata: We must know that we are responsible for committing such a huge crime to contaminate the world and the international society.

And so this is our way to reflect our deeds and our actions that have made us believe all these big lies. We are going to make utmost effort to participate in the anti-nuclear movement.

This is our way to express our responsibility to the international society and the world.

We know that were responsible for contaminating any genetics to the small corners of the world

For committing such a crime, we have to make a commitment to eliminate all the nuclear plants in the world.

Published: January 22nd, 2013 at 11:28 pm ET


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11 comments to Japanese Journalist: “We must know that we are responsible for committing such a huge crime to contaminate the world” (VIDEO)

  • nedlifromvermont

    Huge Find Admin!!!

    This, finally Truth Be Told … in part

    I feel also responsible to world for blind support of the nuclear priesthood in the USA who force-fed us this NUCLEAR HOAX in the first place.

    with aid of pseudo mathematics in the MIT-sanctioned Rasmussen Report of 1977.

    … and commissioner Strauss of the early AEC hiding the conclusions of his committee peers.

    … this whole NUCLEAR HOAX needs to be unravelled, everywhere!

    And that is something I'm sure my faithful enenewser compatriot, Anne, will agree to!

    Thank God, or whatever little imaginary friend you want, for this thread, now.

    and Richard, Is not the Nuclear Power Hoax quite like a religion?? The imaginary friend in the nuclear power cathechism would be the existence of an unbreachable containment, if not also safe storage of nuclear wastes; imaginary falsehoods, hence the nuclear priesthood … a cult intent on wiping out life on Earth …

    That has infiltrated US Government, UN and IAEA, and which must be brought crashing down around these criminals' heads.

    As surely as the Catholic Church of Gallileo's time fell in line with new thinking about the motion of the planets around the sun.

    Didn't our newly freed-from-reelection-posturing, Boy-wonder President just mention, in his inaugural speech, that our thinking must keep up with the advent of new realities?

    Try this reality: Nuclear Power is unsafe, not low carbon, expensive and unnecessary.


    • richard richard

      yes nedlifromvermont, it is a hoax industry full of dogma. We are certainly in agreeance there. The nuke cult is part of my motivator to fight against dogma and other similar issues.. thanks for highlighting the comparison.

      'Boy-wonder', – hey .. yeah, I 'wonder' what he'll do next to make me wanna puke.

  • TheBigPicture TheBigPicture

    The crime is allowing nuclear reactors to exist in any country. The world cannot coexist with this deadly and uncontrollable technology. It must, and will, be outlawed.

  • AGreenRoad AGreenRoad

    Depleted Uranium Effects In The Human Body; via A Green Road http://agreenroad.blogspot.com/2012/03/depleted-uranium-effects-in-human-body.html

    Radium Girls And Radium Dials; Ottowa Illinois, Death City; via A Green Road

    So many ways to kill people with an invisible poison… and so little time left..

    How many ways can these corporations kill people?

    How many Billions of people can be 'treated' with health giving radiation of all kinds?

  • Time Is Short Time Is Short

    "We know that we're responsible for contaminating any genetics to the small corners of the world."

    That 'we' part is getting bigger and bigger, every day. There must be accountability. There are still some Nuremberg prosecutors around . . . At the Hague, maybe? Charges will be filed, but not soon enough.

  • PhilipUpNorth PhilipUpNorth

    Corium must be contained! If corium is not contained, the fallout and destruction of the Pacific Ocean will just go on and on.
    This is a way to Contain the Corium:
    Map the corium in the sandstone below Buildings1,2,&3.
    Build two rectangular interlocking steel cofferdams 100' apart, around Buildings1,2,3,&4, to a depth below that of the corium.
    Excavate the area between the cofferdams..
    Drill a series of parallel holes, horizontally east-west, under the corium, from cofferdam to cofferdam.
    Build a manifold of pipes on each side to allow the flow of liquid nitrogen in the system.
    Build a pump room to monitor and maintain the pressure in the liquid nitrogen system.
    The liquid nitrogen will freeze the sandstone, and will freeze the corium in place, keeping it from descending further, and from reaching the Ocean.
    Fill the area between the cofferdams with reinforced concrete.
    Empty spent fuel pools1,2,3,&4. And commom SFP if necessary.
    Fill reactors and containments1,2,3,&4 and SFP1,2,3,&4 with borated sand.
    Fill Buildings1,2,3,&4 with concrete.
    Build a Sarcophagus over Buildings1,2,3,&4, using the concrete formula suggested here by Markww.
    Build a roof over the Sarcophagus, as they are now doing over the Chernobyl Sarcophagus.
    Maintain this Sarcophagus, and rebuild as necessary every century or two, for uo to 100,000 years, as necessary.

    Ban Pacific Ocean Seafood to keep contamination from spreading.

    • richard richard

      Sarcophagus not permitted as it only hides the horror of nukes and prolongs their usage.

      Throw people at it and start pulling it apart gram by gram. Use tepco execs and Japanese guberment and ge execs etc first, let them burn trying to decommission their garbage.

      Trying to bury the site is gutless and leaves the problem for future generations, which is effective a declaration of war the future.

      • PhilipUpNorth PhilipUpNorth

        Richard: Sarcophagus, with the nitrogen corium freeze system, is the ONLY way I know of to contain the corium.

        If you tear Fuku down, and remove it "gram by gram", as you suggest, to where, pray tell, would you have TEPCO haul it all away? If you tear down Buildings1,2,3,&4, will you also dig the corium out of the ground underneath? What about all the dust and releases during this operation? What radiation-resistant alien race would you hire to do the tearing down and the digging up? Because I will guarantee you that mere human beings will perish trying to accomplish that work. Workers can't even enter Buildings1,&3, because of the radiation.

        If you approach the project as I have outlined above, workers will be far enough away from highest radiation areas of the site to be able to do the work with far less exposure than tearing the reactors down, and digging the corium out.

        Please rethink. Many thanks.

        • richard richard

          thanks PhilipUpNorth. I hear you on how fatal it may be to 'decommission' fuku, but you know, it's not my fault, nor yours.

          People will die, no doubt, but whose fault is that? The nuke industry ? Every nuke worker on Earth needs to be sent in – they love the business so much, they can give their life to maintain it. I certainly don't care for them.

          How many do you think may die .. 10,000, 20,000 – 50, 100,000 – what does it matter.. far more have died in wars.

          If nothing is done today, then all future life on Earth is compromised, if it even survives.

          I see you've mentioned up to 100,000 years. 'Civilisation' hasn't been around for even a tenth of that time .. do you have full confidence we'll be around to 'service' fuku in even 20,000 years ?

          Nope, sorry, stalling and hiding is not the answer. Sacrifices need to be made today… busloads of people need to arrive everyday, they will die every day.. but hey, that's the curse the nuke industry has brought us.

          I'm not dissing you Phil, it's the 'sweeping under the carpet' issue that irks me.

    • PhilipUpNorth PhilipUpNorth

      Here is one of the world's largest excavators in action:
      TEPCO, place your order for this excavator today! It can probably be barged right into the Harbor at Fukushima, and sent away after.

      Perhaps the steel cofferdams I mention above can be dispensed with, and this type of excavator can be used to dig out the foundation for the Sarcophagus, allowing the native mudrock walls to become the form for the concrete foundation. This would save time and money, but only if the mudrock has not been pulverized by earthquakes, and forms stable walls that will not endanger workers as the reinforced foundation is constructed. A steel cofferdam, running uphill behind Buildings1,2,3,&4, may be necessary to divert ground water around the construction site. A steel cofferdam, running between the Harbor and Buildings1,2,3,&4, may be necessary to keep ocean water out of the construction site. Project engineers shall have to ponder such issues as the construction is planned.

  • domjox domjox

    where would you put this stuff? (Corium, etc.) is a very good question. could we move it if we found it? so this type of attempt at re-containment seems to be an option that is very much better than doing nothing