Mother: I want the world to know Fukushima is in a state of dying — I reaffirmed severe radioactive contamination — I alone can’t do anything, I tried (VIDEO)

Published: November 11th, 2012 at 7:42 am ET


Watch the video here

Title: Fukushima is not a city where people can live
By: 148 Production
Date: November 10, 2012

If you do not want to die, run away from Fukushima.


Fukushima Mother: Since the government was hiding information about radioactive contamination has paralyzed our crisis management. […] I reaffirmed severe radioactive contamination […] I alone cannot do anything I tried to help Fukushima. So, I want to know in world, Fukushima is in a state of dying.

Published: November 11th, 2012 at 7:42 am ET


Related Posts

  1. Inside Evacuation Zone: Cattle sick, dying — “We call it Fukushima syndrome” — Severe diarrhea, skin problems, weakened immune systems October 8, 2012
  2. ABC Radio: “Who’s to blame for radioactive fish? Tepco denies cesium contamination is from Fukushima” November 19, 2012
  3. Japan Doctor: “Completely beyond comprehension” how huge the contamination of ocean water will be — Fukushima radioactive material poured in landfills to enter sea — It’s spreading over whole world (VIDEO) December 5, 2013
  4. Former Japan Official: “Unstoppable contamination of Pacific Ocean… is seriously menacing US West Coast” — “Fukushima now undeniably a global security issue… can’t be brought under control by single state” — Experts: Wave of radiation will be 10 times more than entire world’s nuclear tests combined December 2, 2015
  5. Former Official: Fukushima radiation is killing children… heart problems, leukemia, thyroid — Terrible things are going on — Authorities hiding truth from world — We need to admit many people are dying, but we’re not allowed to say that (VIDEO) April 21, 2014

25 comments to Mother: I want the world to know Fukushima is in a state of dying — I reaffirmed severe radioactive contamination — I alone can’t do anything, I tried (VIDEO)

  • nedlifromvermont

    …. Thank you Admin for the brief, sad video note from Fukushima …

    … unfortunately it may mot provoke any "soul searching" amongst the Nucleocrats, because they have no soul …

    … Such a beautiful city, and beautiful ancient people and customs, sacrificed to a false God of Nuclear Power …

    … and soon enough the whole planet will be in a state of dying, all because of their pro-nuclear lying …

    … Nuclear shills take note: we know who you are and we are going to take you down!

    … Say "No!" to nuclear fascism … Shut down, terminate, eviscerate this awful menace: It Is Not Necessary, Period!!

    … peace …

  • markww markww



  • TheBigPicture TheBigPicture

    Fukushima, and beyond.

  • byron byron

    Posting something we already know 'deadly to all citizens' is not helpful to the website. All capitol letters is considered shouting. I'm trying to get my friends to visit the website to find valuable information. Thanks for reading, no reply needed.

  • Fukushima is not dying – all of Japan and parts of North America and Europe are dying – too many transport vectors, can't ignore or imagine them away.

    So, here's the plan. Each of us shall today go out on a mental journey to the far reaches of the universe and sniff out every possible way to produce energy – other than with nuclear energy (which kills people and all other life forms – mostly slowly, and definitely surely).

    I say let's be bold, be brave, brainstorm, think outside the box, pull our socks up, get real and look our big stupid faces in the mirror very closely and get to work to defeat these rotten stupid bastards that are killing our planet (verified).

    I would suggest, to a possible chorus of naysers, that Paul LaViolette is a good place to start:

    Superwave: Project Camelot interviews Dr Paul LaViolette

    Yes, he talks of superwaves from the centre of our galaxy, but also discusses alternative energy technologies. My background is in Math and Physics – enough to know that the man is onto something.

    • weeman

      To me I would like to see more research into geo thermal power, the earth is a ball of energy and I know for a fact if you gave me 5 billion dollars approx price of nuclear plant? I would not disappoint and I am no scientist.
      In theory it is a simple process that has it problems but clean energy.

    • weeman

      We need more brain storming on this site, I for one refuses to say their is nothing we can do, even if it is at one atom at a time, small strides leads to bigger strides and any reduction in release of these isotopes into the environment is a victory.
      Get crackin the egg is dying, if you get my drift, get up of your touché and do the Fukushima fandango.

      • PurpleRain PurpleRain

        I'm right there with you weeman. Thank you for staying positive and helping to energize and motivate other people. We need more people like you in the world!

    • Radio VicFromOregon

      Pu239, Yes! The man is a genius, a true genius. Thx for bringing him to folks attention. How about posting something about him on the alternative energy site, too, if you haven't?

    • aigeezer aigeezer

      Pu239, that's a great topic. I hope lots of people run with it.

      The techie in me loves exploring new sources of energy. Another part of me likes questioning "need" issues. A lot of "need" is from spin or habit, like the "need" for dead-tree newspapers. Some "needs" just go away all of a sudden, like CRT monitors or opera windows in cars (snicker).

      I live in a jurisdiction with no nuke power, so any arguments that we "need" nuke tend to fall on deaf ears here. We have other problems, such as public resistance to wind power of the form "eww, I don't like the way it looks" or "eww, someone will make money from that".

      Anyway – great idea – I hope it gets legs here.

    • Cataclysmic Cataclysmic

      He enenewsers.. just want to add, that fracking has to go.. we know it is having consequences on our planet, within the ground, but the destruction of fresh water is concerning.. buried in this article is figures about water.

      "Water needs for energy production will grow at twice the rate of energy demand, IEA says. The agency estimates water withdrawals for energy production in 2010 at 583 billion cu m, of which 66 billion cu m represented consumption, or water withdrawn but not returned to its source.
      IEA projects an increase in energy-related water consumption of 85% through 2035, reflecting more water-intensive power generation and expanding output of biofuels."

      These are not figures for 2011, or 2012, where fracking has really ramped up.. so in addition to tainting a billion gallons of water a day per nuke plant to tritium and heat, we have all of this other fresh water going into create salt dome storage(they use fresh water to bore out caverns creating brine) and fracking.

      Note to humans, without fresh water, you die.

  • Posted in reply to a "nuke lover" at Fluffpost—-
    I am not trying to operate a nuclear plant, I don't need the SRO.

    See, Mikey, we are here to get humanity to realize that it is playing with fire, a fire that burns our butt on a predictable and repeatable basis.

    And it is time to admit….we just need to leave this stuff along.

    There are other great alternatives, which are cheaper not just in the short run, but in the long run.

    When Kewaunee would sell for $150M and yet can't be run economically, how the heck does anyone in their right mind think that Vogtle at $14B or $20B even has a chance?

    The simple, basic analysis shows that nuke no longer makes sense. The president of GE has come out and stated that nuke no longer makes sense.

    Only those who "love nuke" or are uneducated are pro nuke.

  • Interesting, 75% of the French want to eliminate nuke and be like their German neighbors (well at least the nuke part)

  • timemachine2020 timemachine2020

    Mutated and deformed tuna catch off cabo san lucas article on yahoo front page right now must see. The angler that caught this fish was saddened that his catch misteriously disappeared. Said he wanted to atleast get a few steaks off it atleast. Man he doesn't know how lucky he is that he didn't eat any of that discolored mutated cesium loaded fukushima monster. Wouldn't surprise me if the nuclearats snatched it before it could be tested. Look at the picture. It has fukushima written all over it.

  • Ganxet Ganxet

    Hi friends.

    Here in sapin, we are able to produce solar energy, also at night.
    Yes also at night.

    If we can make ,green power mix, stronger, we will defeat nukes forever.
    add to win.

    • Maggie123

      Ganxet – Re solar without sun – Beautiful!!! The set-up is also lovely to look at or so photos make it seem. What is your assessment of success of this?

      This March 2012 description in English:
      "AFP: Solar power station in Spain works at night"

      "…Santago Arias, technical director of Torresol Energy, which runs the station. // The mechanism is "very easy to explain," he said: the panels reflect the suns rays on to the tower, transmitting energy at an intensity 1,000 times higher than that of the sun's rays reaching the earth. // Energy is stored in a vat filled with molten salts at a temperature of more than 500 degrees C (930 F). Those salts are used to produce steam to turn the turbines and produce electricity…."

    • Cataclysmic Cataclysmic

      Solar is much further along than corporate america would have you know..from 2010 "Researchers in the potato state of Idaho say that they’ve developed a new kind of solar cell that can produce electricity even at night, promising to create a new form of renewable energy.

      The critical factor is their ability to gather infrared radiation and visible light, Steven Novack at the U.S. Department of Energy's Idaho National Laboratory in Idaho Falls said to UPI.

      About half of the available energy in the spectrum of solar radiation is in the infrared band, and infrared is re-emitted as heat by planet Earth’s surface after the sun has gone down, which means the cells can capture an amount of energy during the night, he says.

      Novack has estimated that a complete system using the new cells would have an efficiency of 46 percent; by comparison the most current efficient silicon solar cells max out at around 25 percent.

      It is also important to note that current solar cells can only produce at their top output in a small range of conditions. For example, if the sun is in the wrong place, sunlight is reflected off a silicon solar cell instead of being absorbed to generate energy.

      The new solar cells can absorb radiation at a multitude of angles, the researchers say."

  • Ganxet Ganxet

    do you mind economichal success?
    if so, we can produce energy at night, with no battery backup.
    you can safe money with this technology, and of course is better than NP.

    • richard richard

      indeed Gaxnet. Renewables could be a big game changer.

      And once enough renewable energy is in batteries/buffers/reservoirs/salt dunes we will have an over abundance of power.

      Conservation will be a thing of the past. There is no need to conserve that which is free and abundant. It's like trying to say 'conserve the air'.

      The coal, gas and mining industries will not be happy 😉

      They wont be able to justify their exploitation of planet earth.

  • nedlifromvermont

    Go enenews!!! Active Solar power is an answer, among others, like geothermal …

    Cancer Empire USA will send you a Hellfire Missile for free to stop this anti-nuclear heresy !!!

    We can't let our nuclear assets become stranded … or can we???

    … peace to the newsers …

  • Sickputer

    Cg typed these pixels of prediction: "Unfortunately this is God's punishment upon the Japanese people"

    SP: I wish his punishment was a little more focused.

    300,000 children in Fukushima Prefecture don't deserve divine retribution.