Minamisoma Official: “The children are the sacrifices” — “The businesses forced the mayor to keep the children here” 25km from Fukushima Daiichi (VIDEO)

Published: March 27th, 2012 at 1:44 am ET


Title: “The children are the sacrifices.” -Oyama Scene from Surviving Japan
Source: Surviving Japan
Author: Chris Nolan
Date: March 22, 2012

Published: March 27th, 2012 at 1:44 am ET


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8 comments to Minamisoma Official: “The children are the sacrifices” — “The businesses forced the mayor to keep the children here” 25km from Fukushima Daiichi (VIDEO)

  • Kevin Kevin

    This is becoming standard practice.

    Corporate domination of fascist societies.


    Its really freaking serious.

    It must come to an end.

    They will just march us to our death if we don't

  • dharmasyd dharmasyd

    The authorities are trying to kill us here in the United States, in Berkeley, CA as well, right now, as we speak.

    The moral compass has been thrown off by the psychopathy of greed and selfishness. It can no longer read North. It can no longer point to truth, to True North.

    This is what is mean't by the polar reversal. It is already happening, but not on the physical plane. It is happening on the ethical, moral plane.

    Either we learn to return to TRUE North, to True morality, or we, as a species become just one more failed branch of evolution.

    Hello! Are you out there? Do you hear me?
    The compass is off. The poles have reversed.

    Either our species finds a way back to true compass readings, to true morality…or we die off, another failed small experiment in evolution.

  • arclight arclight

    the guilty…

    OPINION: Nuclear power post-Fukushima: From slow decline to crash course

    March 16, 2012

    March 13, 2012
    Kyodo News
    Mycle Schneider

    Two months after the event that history recalls as 3/11, Hans Blix, former Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), stated that ”Fukushima is a bump in the road” of nuclear power development.

    This stunning remark is reminiscent of that made by Morris Rosen, then head of Nuclear Safety at the IAEA under Blix, who, four months after the Chernobyl disaster, gave way to his conviction as a nuclear fanatic: ”Even if such an accident happened every year, I would consider nuclear power as an interesting energy source.”

    Given this mindset, it seems less surprising that it took an ”IAEA Expert Team” at the request of the Japanese government, only eight days in January 2012 to confirm that the Comprehensive Safety Assessments ”are generally consistent with IAEA Safety Standards.” However, it remains to be seen whether local communities around nuclear sites are convinced by this kind of manoeuver.


    the heroes

    Contamination Fears Linger for Japanese Children, Workers One Year After Fukushima Meltdown

    "EMPEROR AKIHITO: [translated] I would like to take this opportunity to deeply thank the people who helped the victims and those in the disaster zones and those who helped deal with the nuclear crisis."

    "AILEEN MIOKO SMITH: The other thing that’s been happening is that the prefecture, the state, of Fukushima initiated a health survey of the residents. ……….I mean, six months after the accident, you’re told, "Tell us what you ate the morning of the 12th. What size was your plate? Where were you that morning? And then at noon, where did you go?" Et cetera. And people are, I guess, fed up.."


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