Report: Police officer had unstoppable diarrhea after guarding Fukushima no entry zone

Published: January 11th, 2013 at 9:35 am ET
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Excerpt from tweet translated by Fukushima Diary:

Talked on the phone with the police officer. [...]

He laughed and said, “I was standing on the border of 20km area for a few days so that no one enters but I got this unstoppable diarrhea. It’s radiation exposure, isn’t it ?” Terrible..

See also: Interview in Fukushima: a lot of police are dead, but it is not reported -- When radiation workers die, they are marked as missing (VIDEO)

Published: January 11th, 2013 at 9:35 am ET
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11 comments to Report: Police officer had unstoppable diarrhea after guarding Fukushima no entry zone

  • DisasterInterpretationDissorder DisasterInterpretationDissorder

    I would prefer if he got outraged and started a small riot about the discrepance between official statements and reality instead of humouring it away.


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  • m a x l i

    What discrepance? The official statement is: With nuclear power everything is running smoothly.

    (What's it saying on the red shirt, by the way?)


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  • DisasterInterpretationDissorder DisasterInterpretationDissorder

    It say's "selfcontrol in action" , too remind me to take my own poisson lol. ;)


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  • Sickputer

    Many epic events occurring in Japan as a result of the nuclear contamination. This intestinal side effect of radiation (which has surely killed some innocents in the nuclear epicenter) is comparable to the smallpox scourge unleashed on the Mexican Aztecs in 1519-1520.

    The murder of the indigeneous people's ruler Montezuma who died while in custody of the invading Spanish troops and the unleashing of smallpox on the Indians led to our modern day term Montezuma's Revenge for intestinal illness.

    In Japan it will probably become known as the Tokyo Trots.

    The stomach illness is a nasty and possible lethal infection awaiting travelers and native Japanese alike for the next millennium.


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    • DisasterInterpretationDissorder DisasterInterpretationDissorder

      But this time is different , the empirealists discovered accidently that the natives where not resistent to their western deseases and abused it to their advantage . Totally immoral , since that is what imperialists and *-cides (;) are, but still logic .
      This time its more like a madman that rather blow himself up and take everybody with them then to admit to have lost a "discussion" they have sabotaged from the beginning and act accordingly .
      We are not up against a logical opponent , we are dealing with people who have reached a very dangerous state in their mental deseased powertrip and unluckily also got hold of the top of the foodchain . And are taking everything down with them .


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  • "Unstoppable diarrhea" and unstoppable releases of radioactive emissions from Fukushima.

    Are they linked?

    IMO – It's highly probable.

    Without direct testing there's no way to know for sure and I see no agency or organization stepping forward to do so.

    The 'plausible deniability' card will always be played.


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    • DisasterInterpretationDissorder DisasterInterpretationDissorder

      Indeed ChasAha . Plausible deniability is their strategy , then i think everybody that got sick against their consent should "team up" in the streets and make some noise waving bs diagnostic papers and official directives etc to the camera's. In front of embassys , hospitals , international newspapers , schools etc…

      Its better to puke your guts out in front off everybody to see then to do as you told by the liars and die in silence in a dark corner , anonymously and unnoticed . Just a meaningless name to scratch from a list somewhere…never to reach collective conscious .
      imo


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  • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

    place a large fan between police officer and news reporters


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  • byron byron

    Any connection flu virus spreading around US and Fukushima? Mutation maybe? Anyone seen anything about this?


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  • lickerface lickerface

    I've pondered that, Bryon. It's crazy how hyped the talk about "how seriously important it is to get the flu shot right now". To me that means do NOT even come into contact with people who have received the shot. I'm seeing some anti-vaccine people fall for the new marketing strategy, and I feel scared for them.


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