“Please send out SOS signals to the world!” — Levels of bio-concentration of radioactivity have not been imagined or have been ignored daringly — Tried to tell officials many times and always denied

Published: June 4th, 2012 at 7:50 pm ET


June 4, 2012 message from Koichi Oyama, Minamisoma city councilor, posted (and translated?) by Dissensus Japan:

I am now making a map with becquerel of algae types.

Near the end of this week with 100 samples,

On the Sea of Japan side : Yamagata, Niigata, Toyama, Ishikawa

On the Pacific side : Miyagi, Fukushima, Ibaraki, Chiba, Tokyo, Gunma, Tochigi

I plan to bring together the informations of the widespread area.

This biological concentration is one of the environmental indication.

This is an element which is as dangerous as the level of elevated concentration of radioactive isotope which have not been imagined or have been ignored daringly.

The clearance level of ICRP for cesium 134 and cesium 137 are 100 becquerels / Kg.

But in Minamisoma City and in Fukushima Prefecture, there’s 100,0000 [100,000 or 1,000,000?] becquerels that are left uncontrolled.

And there’s a danger that children step up on it and they also may touch it.

Although I went to see the police so many times to talk about it and also talked to public health institute and talked with the city administration every time my demand were just refused.

Please send out SOS signals to the world!

Thank you for your help.
Koichi Oyama

Published: June 4th, 2012 at 7:50 pm ET


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52 comments to “Please send out SOS signals to the world!” — Levels of bio-concentration of radioactivity have not been imagined or have been ignored daringly — Tried to tell officials many times and always denied

  • jump-ball jump-ball

    Well lookie here, after 14 months of suppression, headline Fuku news:

    Mon. 6-4: After 14 months of no Fuku coverage in U.S. media, look what suddenly appears this morning as the banner headline on our CA desert cities local paper:


    Raises questions such as, is the national news coverup being rescinded, did our local editors have brain-fade this a.m., did other local U.S. papers do the same coverage, and will the nuclear concern story be refuted in tomorrow's edition?

    • Thanks for the link JB. Yes, a few of the corporate media accessories to murder and crimes against humanity also worried they will get their deserved karma. MSM – More scumbag accessories that need trials for murder and crimes against humanity. Maybe their blood money will save them.

    • enoughalready45 enoughalready45

      A link to the full article. I think the link above was to the front page of the newspaper whichh changes everday. Tile of article: "Nuclear Plant Presents Danger to West Coast"

    • There is 800 / 20 kiloton nuclear bombs of nuclear radiation In only the h20 of reactor unit4.

      What does that say about the release of radiation that took place over the last year?…

      It says were F@*%#D

      Slinky is all it ever was…

      I apologize for those of the users that did not take me seriously earlier…

      • StPaulScout StPaulScout

        You did say very early this was the case. Much of what you brought was what convinced me you were most likely right. 2 months in I believe you mention it first, I think….

        • StPaulScout StPaulScout

          I got a story. A guy I have worked with for just over 22 years has booked an inside passage to Anchorage. In July. I how I get an accurate depiction from him upon his return of the coastal debris. Could be a shit load of it.

      • Bubbha

        Thanx for all the input Tacom. My deceased father came to me in a dream and said he was worried About the plant in Japan. Wacky. So I found enenews. It was over at the start.

    • WindorSolarPlease

      Hi Tacomagroove

      Thank you for all the information you have given. I still hope you are wrong. I am just enjoying everything, and thankful for what I have right now.

      I don't believe anyone will be safe from this disaster.
      For now I still think there are safer area's, but there is no safe place.
      Eventually even the safer area's won't be safer, how long this will take, who knows?

      From what I have read head South of the Equator, if you can. I'm still waiting for our limo and personal plane..Nice time to go on a very long vacation.

  • TheBigPicture TheBigPicture

    Taking black powder readings and posting on the internet will get the word out. In time, everyone on the planet will know.

    • alasanon

      yeah, I noticed a co-worker who pooh-poohed my concerns and warnings last year re: food contamination now seems a bit more stunned & worried about her tuna fish salad habit!… :/ no kidding, folks–it's for real.

  • While I have EXTREME empathy/sympathy for the populace of all those effected by the murderous fascism of governments and corporations. I HAVE NONE FOR THESE GOVERNMENT SCUM THAT ARE NOW EFFECTED BY THEIR OWN LIES AND SCAMS. Finally these scumbags are getting the karma they deserve.

    Now that they will become some of the dead and dying they suddenly have concern and care about what is happening. Those that haven't murdered themselves and survive need trials for murder and crimes against humanity.

  • alasanon

    Make a move, people!!! Be brave!!
    What do you think people did during the Dust Bowl or the Little Ice Age??? They sure didn't just sit around & suffer & die! They made a daring move to save their skins, and get some decent shelter, food & water… (hint,hint)

    I'm glad that someone there in Japan is speaking out to seek more help and ATTN. regarding this massive crisis!!!

    • al, It's too late for some to run. More than a year breathing, swallowing and eating a silent poison that has incorporated itself into their body, just as fascism, murder and crimes against humanity have been incorporated into governments.

      • bleep_hits_blades

        EdWardMD and alasanon —

        People talk about leaving as though it was no problem, no big deal; when it IS a really big deal, to expatriate, and also most of us are not independently wealthy and moving like that is financially impossible. Same for the people stuck there in Japan.

        Yes, as previously mentioned here on enenews — I have gotten sick – quite sick. I live in Honolulu. I've had problems for over half a year now – back pain problem, and an X-Ray that shows some bone issues, but also an apparent 'mass' in my chest. Like an idiot I have dragged my heels on getting this diagnosed. I have been staying home, not exercising (in part because it hurts my back – a lot – to stand, walk, ride my bike), depressed by this horrible catastrophe, and my back has gotten worse, my energy is very low, and I have lost weight, look skinny, have very low appetite. Have had to take strong pain pills, stronger than OTC (thank God I have them). I think I probably have cancer. Have appt. June 21 to get a cancer blood test.

        I think this is it for me. I am 68 and was in good health before Fuku. Now wanting to make it to my 69th birthday in early July, and want to be around for the birth of my first grandchild (hoping he/she is OK, not harmed by radio-nuclides) in late August.

        I am sure I am one of very very many who have gotten sick – and died – among the at risk demographics, the very young and the elderly – but those stats, too, are being kept from the public.

        • Bleep

          I am very saddened by your illness.

          Don't give up. Please fight.

          Your grandchild needs his/her grandfather.

          Fight it.

          Find your will to survive.

          I agree with Joy that there is no way of knowing what is coming with certainty.

          When people around us begin to ask questions, it is going to be up to us to tell them what has happened.

          We need you!

        • What-About-The-Kids

          Bleep, I wish you well. I am glad you have gotten the pain medication you were seeking. I hope the doc appt. goes well. Remember, the mind can help our bodies along with the healing process, so please take care of yourself and take frequent breaks from negative news…

          Sending healing {{{hugs}}} to you!

          P.S. I thought you were a grandmother, not grandfather, as Majia stated. Not sure why I thought that. 🙂 It's interesting that we cannot always determine one's gender here online just by their screenname. 🙂

        • irradiatedinbako

          Hi Blades .. sending you best regards for feeling better as well.

          Stay strong and try and fortify your mind with positive and loving thoughts as well.

          L glutamine supplement might be worth a goggle ..

          I know you are a good soul and smart guy .. please take good care. Maybe take a break from doom 'n gloom and appreciate your beautiful island and beaches and children and gkids shut the rest down for a bit would be healing as well. Sensitive folks take the world on their shoulders and backs .. literally manifest as physical ailments.


        • Peaceismyfriend Peaceismyfriend

          hello BLEEP.

          I know this may be a bit unconventional to some but considering the severity of your situation might I suggest a visit to this place…


          Read the "Testimonies" section for encouragement. It seems to me that we're entering a time here on earth where only way of survival will by through divine intervention..

        • PhilipUpNorth philipupnorth

          Bleep: Be well. You have not been diagnosed yet. Keep the faith!
          My girlfriend likes watching Hawaii Five-O. I just sit there looking at the beautiful scenery and wonder what people can possibly be thinking by being there after Fuku. Now a daughter is visiting Hawaii on business. I am told to say nothing to her about radiation. These are smart people. But they will fly without thinking about Fuku radiation in the plane, and will be exposed to contaminated air, water, and food. All I can do is to sit there with my mouth open and wonder what the people still in Hawaii thought was going to happen, with plume after plume of Fuku dust falling on you for the last 15 months. Madness. Hawaii should be beautiful, but deserted by now. Along with California and the PNW.

          On topic: Japan is toast. Has been since 311. Was evacuation quick enough? No. Was Tokyo evacuated when it should have been? No. From now on, ENEnews is going to cover a really ugly scene, as millions get sick and die. Millions! At the hands of a greedy nuke industry. Tears in my coffee this morning…

        • Tumrgrwer Tumrgrwer

          Hey bleep, I thought the same thing in 2005, without Fukushima. You have it in yourself to be well. You need a good back doctor to help with your back pain. I too have back pain, wish that were it. I have just found that I have a new growth/mass in my neck, thyroid, and by my L ear. Glowed on the pet scan and causing some dizzyness. What I'm trying to say is this is not our last horah. This is our begining bleep. When you change your thinking your will feel much better with what's to come. I have 6 grandchildren and 1 on the way. When you look into their eyes bleep, you will understand what I'm trying to get at. It's hard to put in words. The fact that you are here shareing with us gives me great hope for you. We are much more resilient. Fight that back pain, take your medicine it's just the begining.

    • StPaulScout StPaulScout

      If you didn't have it within 3 months of March 11, it was probably contaminated to some degree anyhow. Your world is what will kill you.

  • taterbug

    The greater Tokyo Metro area is reported to have a population of 35 million people. That is alot of sewage and waste water to treat. Let's be conservative and say it is 350,0000,000 millon gallons of waste water and 17,000,000 million pounds of sewage waste. Here on the east coast of the US, we use alot of these "biosolids" on our farmland. We'll use about 700 tons every year. Some of our biosolids originate from D.C.'s blue plains facility . Blue Plains not only attempts to handle waste water, sewage, but has a tremendous amount of storm drain affuence. This overloads the system during heavy rainfall. This is just one of the problems with the Chesapeake Bay. I have no idea where the waste products of Tokyo wind up , but there has to be a large amount of concentrate of radiation somewhere.

  • arclight arclight

    the children of belarus were behind an "iron curtain" with the military blocking info so concerning YOUR plea….

    “Please send out SOS signals to the world!”

    you may be behind a "media curtain" but enenews and others have been tearing at that curtain like flock of busy little moths! and the military are too busy doing military stuff so…



    • What-About-The-Kids

      "Tearing at that curtain like a flock of busy little moths."

      Arc, you have a GREAT way with words. Thanks for making me smile. (again…and again!) 🙂

      • arclight arclight

        hi watk

        wait till you check the new jubilee video out.. lol! wait to drink your coffee after you stop laughing.. 🙂
        posting on rad forum now

        • What-About-The-Kids

          Thanks, Arc! I'm hittin' the hay, as they say, but will check it out in the a.m. here, after swallowing my coffee first (thanks for the heads up!) ;-D LOL


  • Yes, here's one official lying quite blatantly:

    The moment when Edano lied to the people

    • Jebus Jebus

      And here is one individual, doing everything he can, in any way he can, in spite of adversity. He may be rough with the language and he might ramble a bit, but he IS doing everything he possibly can to bring it…

      Fukushima News Update and the Corp. Media on the wrong side of history, 5/29/12 kevin d. blanch


  • Max1 Max1

    I hate the thought of those living in contaminated areas over this last year and how they have increased their risks significantly to an abbreviated lifespan. Most were mislead by their officials they were told to trust and were convinced to return and/or stay, which I find criminal.

    What I can't figure out, and yes, I see the mechanisms at play; Finances, pride, secrets, systematic arrangements, etc., is why the need to continue the lies? And why aren't the one's who've lied people into taking huge risks with where they live, being arrested?

    We're almost 15 full months on…

    On a side note (OT). My onboard spell/grammar check did an odd thing.
    Above where I rant about citizens who were "convinced" to return/stay…
    … Instead it promoted that I use "persuaded".

  • candlebox

    Is there a radio talk show or podcasts that are "truth" based? I am trying to find something to listen to at work to ease my mind.

    • vital1 vital1

      Candle Box,

      Whether it will ease your mind I don't know. 🙂

      A New Zealand radio station GreenplanetFM aired an interview with me. My Geiger Counter detections in the Southern Hemisphere have been helpful in getting publicity on the seriousness of the situation at Fukushima.

      The show has been to air and is now available as a podcast for listening on line, or for download. Because it is on a radio station it carries more weight when trying to convince friends and relatives. It has with mine. So if you can use it as a resource please do. In the Interview I point people to enenews, Fairewinds, Dr Busby and Dr Caldicott.

      The podcast link is at the top of the page, and the interview starts after a bit of an introduction on synchronicity.


      • candlebox

        I will take a listen. I have almost given up on convincing the cattle that walk around me. Kind of like screaming the sky is falling(Which it is…).

        To know that there are people out here like me. That are not over reactive screaming lunatics, but more of a analytical/survival type. Who know and understand the current state and urgency. Instead of shrugging shoulders and saying what can i do, going over data and manual results from private sectors.

        Putting puzzle pieces together one article/sample/video/blog/cover up at time.

        I enjoy listening to like minded non radicals talk. This is what eases my mind.

        Hopefully that dosent come accross…to fake.

      • candlebox

        Well imformed podcast. You broke down the situation very well, and you were not timid with your approach.

        Strait forward and exactly what people need to hear. It is troubling, but very reasuring. Thanks for sharing.

        You definately know what the hell you are talking about.

  • taterbug

    HoTaters you are correct on the spelling. My computations were based on per day usage of 10 gallons water usage per person and .5 pounds of sewage waste per person.

  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

    I posted this yesterday on another thread.
    The SOS is not new..it's has been ringing in our ears for months.


  • Myme

    Osaka Mayor "We have no other choice but rely on foreigners in this crisis (with trust/reliability toward Japan's nuclear regulartory administration being so low), as mathetic as it feels. We must make fundamental changes in the nation's constitution (= national culture)."


    Finally someone in the political leadership is publicly voicing the need to accept foreign expertise. I really hope the politicians in Tokyo and central government take a notice and not kill his voice as they often do to Western leadership.

  • Myme

    Mayor Hashimoto is both admired for his down-earth fresh approach to politics and criticized for his no-frill outspokenness and sometimes unconventional ideas.

    Although the opponents sometimes try to compare him with Hitler because he can state his ideas cleary and directly (unlike most Japanese politicians who only BS), Hashimoto is not crasy like Tokyo mayor Ishihara, who called the Tohoku earthquake/tsunami a punishment by the heaven for being greedy and told Tokyo citizens to shut up when they opposed debris burning.

    Hashimoto does get a lot of attention from Japanese media, so I hope at least the general public will take a notice of his voice. The US government officials also place high regards on this young newcomer.

    The thing is, Hashimoto is the only big name politician who stated in a press conference that Japan must seek foreign expertise to bring the nuclear issue under control, and that Japan must make fundamental changes.

    If you want to send him encouragement from overseas about seeking nuclear experts from overseas, his website is:

    "t_ishin" is his personal twitter. " oneosaka " is his political party.

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    • candlebox

      "The US government officials also place high regards on this young newcomer."

      This scares me.

      • Myme

        I read that somewhere in English publication, political science stuff. It said, they think Hashimoto has unusual political sharpness, strong leadership, and clear opinions about issues, the characters that are rarely seen in the last 2-3 Japanese administrations. And, that is why other politicians hate him.

        In Japan we have a saying "a nail that sticks out gets hit". We're taught in schools not to stand out, not express our opinions against others, even not form independent ideas that do not agree with the majority.

        That's why you see no leadership now in Fukushima dealings. Bunch of yes men running the country who are scared of upsetting their boss by bringing up different viewpoints. Sad.