this is serious.. her blog has been removed.. have we any word from her directly on this matter..
just after the corporate press briefing and the call for re-education.. is japan turning into a repressive state in order to minimise the costs??
will the japanese people put up with this manipulation.. remember that the government have been consulting adk wpp PR CONSULTANTS FOR BP and most of that fukushima project is about procurring workers for many generations to clean up the contamination.. a fruitless task.. money and manpower could be better spent..
no word from the usa on freeing up all that us military space?? bit of a touchy subject?
there is no discussion on low dose damage as the people supporting it have been bullied and sidelined.. the pro nuke oncology minded depleted uranium crowd have the cancer charities and the research money "in the bag"!
the press are "going with it " if they want to get the advertising money..
al jazeera could have been a bit more balanced on this one i feel.. no mention of chernobyl nor the chernobyl heart charity?? bit suspicious?
of course the japanese have the information on belarus but they havent released the details, except for one of their nurses saying that she expected the same symptoms and disease as from chernobyl incident
heres ms mika noro from the "bridge to chernobyl" organisation
from tokyo brown tabby
Radiation Causing Unusual Changes: What's Happening to Children Now? (July 14, 2011)
Yes, Japan has become a represive state, no doubt about it.
No foreigners, no Japanese with background in telling the truth about Fukushima contamination are aloud in the country and everything is done to put them to jail. I became Japan allergic because the scale and magnitude of the repression is probably unequaled in the world after the ww2 Japanese and German populations embrigadment to support the war.
It is unbelievable in modern time to see this on-going before I eyes.
Japan was in a death spiral before 3/11. A low birth rate combined with an overly restrictive immigration policy has left Japan understaffed. Now the only people they could get to immigrate to Japan to do the cleanup work are the kind of third world people the elitists in government would never let into their country.
I don't think it is necessarily just the Japanese govt. that did this, shut down her blog. The cover-up/management of public opinion and information relating to this Fukushima situation is probably a co-ordinated trans-national effort.
The main thing we-the-sheeple just have not 'gotten' is that it is an us-against-them situation. They (big corporations and govts. of the Western World and possibly Russia and China) are all in this together. We, collectively, are the deep pocket. (Our labor is, when you stop to think about it, the source of all planetary wealth – or has been – now the 'brave new world' of robotics and nanotechnology is changing that to some extent – just like automated production changed it to some extent.
Just as some people keep bees, or sheep, or cattle – they, in a manner of speaking, 'keep,' and 'farm' us. And they want to pluck us sneakily enough that we don't 'get it' and 'squawk.'
Paul Warburg (central banker, Rothschild asset, who was instrumental in creating the Federal Reserve Act back circa 1912-13) reputedly said that the trick is to 'pluck the duck without making him squawk.' (Needless to say, that candid remark was not intended for public consumption…)
Anyway, the p.r. damage management of this Fukushima op or accident, according to your p.o.v, could very well, to some extent at any rate, be coordinated at an international level.
Bleep, great points, definitely also Russia and China and Australia and every other nation that is keeping silent. I just posted that I think we have to move from thinking in the national frame since it is the top 5% worldwide involved in this military, deadly industry, the whole national model is just good to keep the masses busy fighting wars, so they can make more money in the weapons business, etc.
Good Question, many moons … wish I had an answer. There are different ways of dealing with dissidents. Mostly they/we are ignored, or ridiculed.
Getting the info out is the most important thing. I am a big pessimist, but on an optimistic note, I DO think that our info is spreading at the 'geometric rate of progression.' To see that curve, look at the increase in the money supply – that is the supply of FRNs. It is like the growth of algae in a pond, I have read. Curve goes on for quite a while looking more like a flat line than a curve…. but at the end it goes almost vertical.
So that is why we must keep on keepin' on. Also, I do believe that "In some causes, it is noble even to fail."
The money issue is super important, and so here I will plug the best book on that, THE CREATURE FROM JEKYLL ISLAND by G .Edward Griffin, check it out on Amazon (your library probably has a copy). The Ludwig Von Mises Institute bookstore also has lots of interesting titles, incl. many by the great, the incomparable Murray Rothbard.
I see, I followed jec here. Thanks, jec, I'll follow you anywhere, I missed this thread, and I'm sorry to hear that Numayu has been missing since March. Feeling very pessimistic again, I hope that Numayu, and everyone else I admire, resurfaces.
"Regrettably, Numayu blog was shut down. The “Numayu Blog” which this (mirror) site began copying was shut down as of March 10, 2012.
"From this point forward, I plan to publish as many mirror image articles as possible here, relying on the past RSS pieces.
"It appears that the shutdown of Numayu Blog was prompted by persistent attack by anti-Numayu forces, for which the blog site listed below acted played a central role.
"They attacked Numayu supporters and managed to drive multiple supporter blogs to also shut down. This concerned Ms. Numayu and she distanced herself from her supporters completely, and thus the attackers succeeded in isolating her. This was one of the reasons.
"The following blog appears to be the watering hole of the “anti-Numayu forces. It is a Yahoo Blog:
"The owner of this blog literally stalked the supporters of Ms. Numayu and acted crazy, repeatedly disclosing their personal information without any regard."
I'll post more translation later on ENENEWS when I see something major. We need to give our support to the mirror site owner. Click the hand clapping icon at the bottom of the article (before ads links). On new window, you'll see a field for your name, then a comment box.
"This site is a recovery effort of the Numayu Blog articles, relying on the RSS record. Thus, it is not possible to recover visitors' comments. Also, while I will do my best to recover Ms. Numayu's original articles word by word, the RSS record did not preserve photo data.
"The articles with comments and photos that you see on this mirror site were the pieces that I was able to work on on prior to the shutdown of Numayu Blog.
"Please keep in mind, that as a mirror blog, comments may not be published as a basic rule."
That's all for now, folks. Still, I think we can send the site owner a word of thanks and support. I left mine just now, the system accepted it (in English), although it did not publish, which is OK with me.
According to the mirror site (I explained this before, see my older comments above), the first delete was an article about her decision to disable comment function on her blog, due to too many harassments that were sent to her.
The second delete was an article about her wish to communicate more in person with people all over Japan. She posted her cell phone number and asked people to call her if they needed someone to talk to about their concerns and troubles.
The third delete was her protest against Yahoo Japan. All she wrote was, “In what authority, Yahoo Japan deletes the diary of others? Are you a helper of Japanese Government, or are you a helper of TEPCO? The article that Yahoo Japan deleted was the post in which I wrote that I can be reached directly by telephone, with whoever wants to talk… Is there a problem (for Yahoo Japan) for people to reaching me directly?…”
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