Report from Japan: Fukushima doctors can’t express anxieties about radiation or say things that are against what medical leaders decide to make public (AUDIO)

Published: April 7th, 2012 at 2:00 pm ET


Title: Fukushima Disaster – One Year Later
Source: The Radio Ecoshock Show
Date: March 13, 2012

Wataru Iwata of CRMS (Citizen’s Radioactivity Monitoring Station)

At 53:40 in

“We started health consultations with physicians from the other parts of Japan, as doctors from Fukushima Medical University cannot express their anxiety or they cannot say something that is against something that Fukushima Medical University or the Doctors’ Association of Fukushima decide that they will communicate with the residents.”

This recording by Alex Smith comes from the conference “The Fukushima Nuclear Disaster One Year Later” held in Vancouver, Canada on March 11th, 2012

Listen to the one hour report here

Published: April 7th, 2012 at 2:00 pm ET


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22 comments to Report from Japan: Fukushima doctors can’t express anxieties about radiation or say things that are against what medical leaders decide to make public (AUDIO)

  • Fuel Pool 4 – Species Assured Destruction SAD

    On Fri, Apr 6, 2012 at 11:38 PM, N Sten <> wrote:
    Every human being and some institutions on my e-mail list is getting a copy of this e-mail. This is just too important for you not to know about.

    According to Robert Alvarez, former Senior Policy Adviser to the Secretary and Deputy Assistant Secretary for National Security and the Environment at the U.S. Department of Energy, if the spent fuel pool #4 at Fukushima Daichi falls from its precarious perch, "it could be the end of civilization as we know it."

    • Time Is Short Time Is Short

      "It could be the end of civilization".

      Well, it already is. Once you're off a cliff, whether you hit the ground at 200 mph or 1,000 mph doesn't really matter. An ELE doesn't really care how fast we get there.

      On the other hand, it's nice of them to show some smidgin of concern – a year later.

      • HoTaters HoTaters

        A slight mis-quote of Mr. Alvarez. The initital statement wasn't exactly as stated above. Maybe the " " was supposed to be removed.

        • HoTaters HoTaters

          But Alvarez did say in the article he thought if #4 SPF fell, it would be the end of civilization. Pretty strong statement, esp. coming from someone with a nuclear agency affiliation background.

    • This has been the main concern since March 2011 ! On ENE here released article and Arney also brought his concern to the table for us all !
      Ir will fall, just when has been the question all along !
      I do not think they will make people aware of the even, only a select few will know and go C.H.U.D.
      Just look for key figures to disappear from normal activity, don't trust indoor TV persons in the news, they may be in a cave/bunker !

      Best of lick everyone !

    • HoTaters HoTaters

      Just a comment. Do you think the person sending the e-mail out intended for their personal e-mail address to be published here and in blogs? It's generally considered good internet etiquette NOT to publish someone's e-mail address unless they give their express consent.

      • StillJill StillJill

        I think it was an 'excited utterance',….the personal email being included.
        In defense,….I could have done the same darned thing,….and in fact I have. Felt like crap,….wasn't poor etiquette, as much as pure honest ignorance.

        Let's not wound one another's feelings please,……let's 'grade on a big curve',….at least here.

  • TraderGreg

    Deformed babies are being born?

  • I put a poll up — please speak your mind, register your opinion!
    Its on the upper right of this page

    Stupidest Endeavor the Man Thought He Could Handle

    Most Dangerous Way to Boil Water

    Fails us Time and Time Again
    Lies Lies Lies and Denials

    The Most Likely Way to Wipe Out the Human Species

    The Old Clunker Plants are Even More Dangerous

    An Alien Visitor Would Think We Are Not Worthy

    Solar and Wind Is Cheaper and Safer

    The Military/Nuke Cartel Cannot Be Trusted

    Nuke Can Be Made Safe If Enough Money is Spent

    The "new reactors" This Time It Is Different and Safe

    A Carrington Event Would Cause 400 Reactors to Melt Down

    Over 1% of All Plants Blow Up –What Are We Thinking

    • dharmasyd dharmasyd

      @stock…I was there at your poll. I loved the report on Robert Alvarez, emailed it to myself and will print it up to hand to friends.

      But — the poll I could not take. I was looking for "other" because; as you will realize, if you have read many pieces of mine, I see the acquisition of nuclear energy as a part of evolution, of the evolution of consciousness {morality, ethics oneness with great spirit}. By taking the power of the universe into our tiny, childlike hands, we have mandated that we must grow in our mentalities to match this awesome power. It is as natural in the growth of our species as was the growth of the individual from crawling to standing on two legs.

      Acquiring Nuclear Power mandates that we must learn what is necessary to live in harmony with it, to survive with it. Will we fulfill this mandate? Will we adapt? Or will we just be another failed branch in the evolution of species?

      I don't know the answer to this. But I do believe (know, if you will) that this is required for us to survive — along with the polar bears, seals, dolphins, birds ~~ etc.

      In My Humble Opinion!!

      • Jebus Jebus

        Man may be able to adapt to "this awesome power" with suits, shielding, and other methods. Especially if we make it into space, further than we have.
        But, how in the hell are the animals supposed to adapt from millions of years of evolution to 60 years of nuclear man made madness. They did not ask for this! They know nothing of nuclear and they will be long gone before even a fruit fly adapts to our increasingly irradiated planet. Shamefull!
        My humble opinion is this is typical unwashed human selfishness!

  • TheBowRiver TheBowRiver

    Hi, Does anyone recall Doctor Yamashita who quotes a study on smiling as the best prevention against radiation sickness for the people of Japan. (Smiling animals?).

    He was appointed, just before that speech, as VP of the Fukushima Medical University. As such he is responsible for muzzling the doctors in Fukushima. If they want any hospital privileges they cannot speak out.

    I wonder how much money, power, or influence was required for him to lose his self-respect?

  • sonnen.blum.239 sonnen.blum.239

    beyond shameful…it is criminal. All involved ought to be tried for crimes against humanity.