NHK Fukushima Documentary: “It’s like being in jail” — “It’s like we did something wrong and got locked up” (VIDEO)

Published: December 16th, 2012 at 6:41 pm ET


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Title: The People of District 6
Source: NHK
Uploaded by: MissingSky101
Date Aired: Dec 15, 2012

At 2:20 in

Resident: We’re all from Iitate

Off-Camera: All from Iitate?

Resident: Yes we’re members of the Chernobyl club.


Resident 1: This place is dead. It’s like being in jail. But we don’t have guards to make us exercise.

Resident 2: It’s like we did something wrong and got locked up.

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Published: December 16th, 2012 at 6:41 pm ET


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8 comments to NHK Fukushima Documentary: “It’s like being in jail” — “It’s like we did something wrong and got locked up” (VIDEO)

  • PavewayIII PavewayIII

    FEMA is studying the situation closely. Using similar techniquies in the U.S. could potentially could save FEMA millions on formaldehyde trailers and grave liners.

  • What they are saying is that it's not home.

    They are realizing it never will be.

    I am sure it's sad and hard to comprehend.

    They will not be going home.

    "Now, it's all come to nothing." – former rancher

    • gladys a milyon gladys a milyon

      What I just read was that it was like prison. They realized they will die in their " homes " and not from old age.

  • Johnny Blade Johnny Blade

    It's not surprising that they'd be held captive and given a short leash by those who saw their value as "lab research subjects" instead of the other 99% of the nations "expendable,disposable refugee's" who offer less as human lab rats than those who've been subjected to the continuous bombardment by the highest radiation levels in the region! We all remember the Aussie HERO who braved conditions at the shattered NPP to rescue the dogs orphaned & abandoned following the main event on 3/11/11 only to receive threatening phone calls from TEPCO(Yakuza?)reps demanding the dogs be returned to TEPCO since they claim ownership rights of any livestock,wildlife or pets found living on or near the grounds of their planet-killing POS facilities! Sounds like they treat the human victim/subjects the same as they treat dogs who belong to them once they've become "portable,self-powered,radiological waste repositories"whose remains they'd prefer never fall into the "wrong hands"??!! I do sense that the media blackout,lies and TRUE mission of those guilty of harm to our planet & its inhabitants are "losing their grip" on the throat of the people & SOME of the media reporting and I may live long enough to see some of those responsible exposed & if there's ANY justice left in the world-PAY for what they've done!I sure as hell hope so anyway! * 3-7-77 Tepcophydites-The lynch mob is coming for YOU!!!*

  • TheBigPicture TheBigPicture

    Sad how a nuclear reactor can ruin everything.

    • gottagetoffthegrid

      Oh. Oh. Oh.

      But it's power too cheap to meter !!!!

      Cheap, like,free, I mean, what? Legacy costs? Never mind.

  • PurpleRain PurpleRain

    What an excellent and yet very sad film…the people have such great dignity. But, I also feel the way Johnny Blade feels, so I want to thank him for expressing what is also in my heart too!