Report from Japan: Radioactive fallout around Fukushima incineration plant being hidden — “It’s very odd” (VIDEOS)

Published: December 24th, 2012 at 2:14 am ET
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Title: Decontamination is for hiding the fact, fallout from Fukushima incinerator plant, Dec 2012
Source: Birdhairjp
Date Published: Dec 23, 2012

Decontamination is for hiding the fact, fallout from Fukushima incinerator plant, Dec 2012, a thorough decontamination work is being conducted around “Healthy Land Fukushima”. Vast amounts of plastic container bags are piled up for a small area decontamination. Contaminations, surface soil, vegetation, falllen leaves, dust with radioactive particles are stuffed in them. They removed tree barks for reducing radiation level. It’s very odd.

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Published: December 24th, 2012 at 2:14 am ET
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27 comments to Report from Japan: Radioactive fallout around Fukushima incineration plant being hidden — “It’s very odd” (VIDEOS)

  • What the heck is happening? It should not be more than 0.1 mSv/y and it is more than 300 mSv/y! First, Fukushima catastrophe never should have been. Stop nuclear activities world wide now except all efforts to isolating nuclear wastes from the biosphere(How you do it is the nuke blokes business. Oh! How stupid I look in the face of this decontamination joke.


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  • eatliesndie eatliesndie

    Thank you Birdhairjp for showing this to us. Please keep documenting this, it is very important work that you are doing. It is illustrating the lies of your government and the other criminals (TEPCO and the bulk of the medical establishment + others) who would have the people of Japan, and the world, suffer and die in the name of Economy/money. Shame on them, and praise be to you.


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  • The end of the second video shows a local persons garden right next to the incinerator.

    That is insanely stupid.

    Someone should tell them NOT to eat that food, but you know they're going to. They might even sell some. (?)


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    • ftlt

      Perhaps, they are poor and have little or no other options… Most people and animals don't have any…. The myth of choice is, perhaps, the biggest myth of all – even amongst environmentalists…

      Occupy!!!… And Smash FFFF'n Capitalism!!!


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    • PurpleRain PurpleRain

      Maybe is Birdhairjp reads this…. he could try to get information to those people not to eat the food from that little garden. (Although, I'm not sure what else the people have to eat that might be any safer either).


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  • Sickputer

    The Japanese fascination with purifying garbage by burning trash will accelerate their health losses. We have discussed that many times here. Burning radiation attached to debris does not clean it or change the decay particles. It refines 75% of the radiation into really insanely toxic incinerator sludge and 25% goes out their vaunted smokestack filters and flies in the wind as microscopic nuclear poison. Genocidal engineering at its worst.

    Madness in Japan…


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    • Anthony Anthony

      Excellent and of course is true.


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    • AFTERSHOCK AFTERSHOCK

      I'd also surmise, Sickputer, they intend to convert it to sludge for dumping at sea. It makes little sense sending it back into the atmosphere, thereby re-accumulating back on the land.

      They know it'll be difficult accounting for increased rad-levels in sea water. This 'program' was likely a macabre decision, made behind closed doors (like all the others); doubtless an offshoot of TEPGOV's 'thirty year plan'…


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      • PurpleRain PurpleRain

        Wasn't there talk at one time about putting the radioactive contamination or clearn-up trash on some island? I think it may have been a volcanic island…or perhaps one of the islands that they were fighting about ownership rights with China. Would it make any kind of sense at all to do that? Better then incinerating it, maybe. Has any study been done about throwing it into the pit of a volcano where it could somehow get mixed and solidified safely? Or am I just thinking fantasy now?


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    • That's the first question I had this morning: do the Japanese, like most cultures I guess, have some peculiar fascination with fire that leads them to – to put it mildly – override common sense in favour of a feel-good myth to the point they are, mostly unknowingly?, accelerating their own demise, and that of others?

      Do they not know that the great god of Fire will not save them this time?

      Is it not precisely the great, glorious and pure universe-cleansing fire that we are shivering in our boots over – should it happen to visit the Red Forest around Chernobyl – releasing untold amounts of stored radiation in the bark of pine trees?

      The same fire that can burn homes to the ground, ruin lives and wipe out entire communities, or provide heat and light for warmth and comfort.

      That is, from preliminary observations, fire seems to be kind of dual-use – you can use it to i) stay alive, or ii) to kill with.

      In Japan they seem to be confusing ii) with i).

      That means, we on the West Coast will get more of it over the long haul as well, and over a long period, so someone needs to have a quiet word with the people doing the burning and maybe mention that we might need to rethink the whole fire thing.


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  • nedlifromvermont

    madness in Japan??

    and sanity in the US????

    I don't think so … the insanity stems from the inner sanctums at General Electric Company and from their corporate master/fathers at JP Morgan banking empire, who insisted in the 1950's that they would simply "push thus nuclear thing through" …

    that is where the original sin lies … the commercialization push of this asinine technology, and the pecuniary forces used to silenced their critics …

    the lies run deep … very deep indeed … hold on to you truths, 'newsers … we are wearing them down!!!

    Death to nuclear power … before it kills us all!!!

    peace …


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    • Anthony Anthony

      Seasons greetings nedlifromvermont!


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    • Sickputer

      Oh yes we have madness in Amerika and hundreds of incinerators burning "low-level nuclear waste".

      But the incineration madness of high level radioactive waste in Japan is nonpareil.

      Their leaders rank amongst the top of the list for alltime most insane leaders. Looking at the beauty of xheir big cities it is hard to believe their disdain of scientific knowledge is so fanatical. Fanatics is a good term.


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      • DisasterInterpretationDissorder

        Totally selfobsessed and on bad steroids denial fanatics refusing the need to do the right thing , namely the opposite of what they have been doing all this time on all levels . For starters , let the world know whats happening with it and allow a natural defense mechanisme of human resources/knowledge take shape to save ourselfes . 99% of Humankind does not support being part of this planetary hara-kiri , but nobody of the 99% is asked or listened to, because traditionally the cattle is more easy to milk lied too and left in the dark .


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      • Sounds like blind worship of a myth – one that'll help to kill them, and us over the long term. Or, they seem to have got hold of the wrong end of that fire god.

        Strange how this disaster plays out like a long, slow kind of thing, maybe accompanied by the grotesque moaning of an old record playing at the wrong speed – almost unnoticed by most.

        For now, I'm picturing the last Japanese blast of fire, as waves of Japanese all head down to Okinawa to escape what many are realising to be an almost invisible but annoyingly persistent reality that refuses to disappear, even with the last-ditch attempts at fire-magic.

        Okinawa is almost symbolic because – if you know about the Okinawan Centenarian Study – they are on average the longest-living people in the world.

        "Elderly Okinawans have among the lowest mortality rates in the world from a multitude of chronic diseases of aging and as a result enjoy not only what may be the world's longest life expectancy but the world's longest health expectancy.

        Centenarians, in particular, have a history of aging slowly and delaying or sometimes escaping the chronic diseases of aging including dementia, cardiovascular disease (coronary heart disease and stroke) and cancer. The goal of the Okinawa Centenarian Study is to uncover the genetic and lifestyle factors responsible for this remarkable successful aging phenomenon for the betterment of the health and lives of all people."

        http://www.okicent.org/


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        • DisasterInterpretationDissorder

          Hi Pu239 , my father who was in the bussiness of protheses once said the Japanese also had the best cartilage in the world .
          What a shame huh , the best place to live long and healthy on the planet full off npp's on faultlines and sandrock , really someone should get a medal for this . A Darwin Award medal that is .


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      • Well said. I was thinking:

        "Would the last person leaving Tokyo please get the lights?"


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      • Add this to the accumulated mix.

        If you count crematoriums as incinerators we have even more.

        Like this one next to a McDonald's Distribution Center.

        Based on NRC event report #48331

        When bodies that have had radiation treatments are cremated… guess what?

        Radioactive CORPSE Vapors
        (next to) McDonald's Distribution Center
        potrblog video – Oct 1, 2012
        http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X7M62SL5kaY


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    • Good point – nuclear started as a "brilliant" idea.


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      • DisasterInterpretationDissorder

        Yeah brilliant strategy to sell us pandora's box as something brilliant to get our taxmoney to subsidies for all the bombstuff and depleted uranium rounds they wanted to fool around and shoot at children's playgrounds in foreign country's with.


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  • moonshellblue moonshellblue

    "I remember when the air was sweet and we brought home the fish to eat, now we buy Spam from the grocery store cause you can't eat the fish no more" http://youtu.be/NPicSHLYpj8


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