U.N. cover-up of Fukushima exposed on TV — Medical Doctor: There’s now many more cancer cases than we expected from Fukushima, UNSCEAR report has falsified estimations (VIDEO)

Published: November 5th, 2013 at 4:01 pm ET
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Title: Medical experts criticize UNSCEAR report for playing down consequences of Fukushima nuclear accident
Source: 3sat (German language public TV network)
Captions: World Network For Saving Children From Radiation
Date Published: Nov. 5, 2013

At 1:30 in

Dr. Alex Rosen, Medical Doctor and radiation specialist: There is now a much higher number of thyroid cancer cases than we expected. […]

Narrator: According to Dr. Alex Rosen, there are various falsified estimations in the UNSCEAR [United Nations Scientific Committee on the Effects of Atomic Radiation] report. […]

Professor Wolfgang Hoffman, professor of epidemiology at Geifswald University: It is certain that we will have an elevated level of cancer. […]

Marc Molitor, journalist with Belgisher TV (Belgium): A certain member within UNSCEAR told me that the report was written to play down the consequences of the Fukushima nuclear accident. Moreover, he also said that the members pretend not to learn the lesson from Chernobyl.  There was seemingly a discussion on it.

[UNSCEAR Report: “No discernible increased incidence of radiation-related health effects are expected among exposed members of the public or their descendants. The most important health effect is on mental and social well-being”]

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Published: November 5th, 2013 at 4:01 pm ET
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45 comments to U.N. cover-up of Fukushima exposed on TV — Medical Doctor: There’s now many more cancer cases than we expected from Fukushima, UNSCEAR report has falsified estimations (VIDEO)

  • PhilipUpNorth PhilipUpNorth

    Disband IAEA!

    • Comment on "Renewed Trust In Nuclear Power" @Forbes: http://onforb.es/HEXbQu

      "There's A Big Downside To Unprecidented Payoffs For Fukushima Refugees" @Forbes: http://onforb.es/HEVFOj

      Need some more comments; Come on over. The water is fine. Links are allowed.

    • We Not They Finally

      And UNSCEAR and WHO, for that matter. WHO signed an agreement in 1959 that they would say nothing publicly about radiation without clearing it with the IAEA, an agreement that apparently stands to this day, according to Chris Busby. And they are guarding "world health"? And the UNSCEAR report was so negligent and full of lies, it was criminal.

      So much for the U.N., globalism, any international protections at all.

      First naziism was the bogeyman. Then communism. Well, how are we doing with fascism, folks? With capitalism run REALLY amok?? The problem just seems to be too many evil humans given too much power. The "isms" part of it almost seems like musical chairs.

    • nedlifromvermont

      Nuclear power: Safe and Reliable?? No! Definitely not. How about Reliably Dangerous!

      Shut down these unnecessary Rattletraps NOW!

      Exactly whom are they protecting with these damned LIES?

      Oh right … the uranium producers who dabble in cancer treatment as a business model. Nothing like "seeding your market …"

      Eh, GE?

      peace …

    • Mack Mack

      In the video, it's important to note that the children were tested by the government and the government said the children's thyroids were fine. Then the mother had her children's thyroids tested independently and cysts were found.

  • jec jec

    This is a surprise??? Not really.

  • Sure the estimated cancer rates estimated by one group of experts is lower then the reality because they were working with radiation numbers released by another group of experts. Lies all Lies.

    Since Fukushima evacuees haven't been compensated yet when will these poor kids ever get compensated? What money compensation replaces good health? But the point is TEPCO/JapGov with US/World Bank world class crooks blessings are working hard for Tepco to turn a profit to pay back billions and stabilize world Bank/Scam machine. Forget about sick kids, sick ocean, sick you or sick me. Its the economy, stupid.

    • irhologram

      Liars, historically. "They were told they were making laundry detergent…" and STILL not compensated from an allocated fund. Former Joliet chemical workers still waiting to be paid after exposure to high levels of radiation
      ‘Four years ago, then-U.S. Sen. Barack Obama called them "veterans of the Cold War" and pledged to help them receive compensation. But today, many former workers at Blockson Chemical Co. in Joliet and their survivors still have not been paid from a fund created in 2000 to make amends for exposing the workers to high levels of radiation without telling them or providing adequate protection. Among them is Phyllis Keca, 84, whose husband, John, thought he was manufacturing laundry detergents during his 23 years working at Blockson. He wore only a paper mask while handling tanks that, unknown to him, were filled with uranium and radium to be used in the production of nuclear weapons. He was "always sick," his wife said, and would come home covered in dust that she now believes was toxic and contributed to his death in 1996 from colon cancer at age 80. "It's deceitful and it's deceiving because my husband went through so much," said Keca, who lives in Joliet just a few miles from where her husband once worked. "They made us feel like they were promising us something and then reneged."’

    • harengus_acidophilus

      "might have"

      Maybye HAARP is dangerous for the mental state of obese people.

      FACTS, not fiction!
      The situation is serious enough,
      we don't need fear-driven fairy tales.

      h.

    • Michele

      The US government learned that the oil companies were able through HAARP to find deposits underground with such accuracy that they could tell if there was oil or gas. While using the technology in Alaska, the oil company began an earthquake. Of course, the government took that technology and refined it so that they can cause and direct storms, start quakes, and other results that may be unbelievable to some. Doesn't anyone find it strange that the recent 7. earthquake began in the exact location of the 311 earthquake that began the tsunami and put Fukushima on the map?

      • weeman

        Then they should have no problem locating corium?

      • Time Is Short Time Is Short

        It goes back to the Aum Shinrikyo cult performing experiments leading to earthquakes and fireballs in Australia in the '90's:

        "From February to April 1995, the Aum sent a party of six members to the Tesla Museum in Belgrade, the former Yugoslavia, to review Tesla’s original thesis and other research papers pertaining to “Tesla weapon systems” which focus on wave amplification. Nokola Tesla was a scientist who experimented in the fields of atmospherics, electromagnetics, fluid dynamics, and geodynamics in the early 1900s, and discovered alternating current. Although Marconi won the Nobel Prize for inventing radio, Tesla later won a lawsuit claiming that he had been the rightful inventor. When he died in the US in 1943, all of his papers were seized by the US government and classified. The Aum members studied research on the Tesla Coil, used for alternating current, as well as other inventions and experiments. His early experiments with resonating frequencies were experiments in creating earthquakes. He was quoted as saying that with his technology he could ‘split the world’ in two. Tesla had developed a ‘ray’ gun in the 1930s which was actually a particle beam accelerator. This gun was reported to be able to shoot down an airplane at 200 miles, and he claimed to have invented the Tesla shield which nothing could penetrate."

      • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar anne

        Michelle, This earthquake is 150 mi (241.4 km) SE from March 11 earthquake 9.0
        It is also ESE of both Fukushima Daiichi and Fukushima Daini NPPs.

        7.1 – Off the east coast of Honshu, Japan
        PAGER – GREENShakeMap – IIIDYFI? – VI
        Time
        2013-10-25 10:10:18 UTC-07:00
        Location
        37.149°N 144.679°E
        Depth
        26.1km
        http://www.movable-type.co.uk/scripts/latlong.html
        march 11, 9.0 38.322°N 142.369°E
        Fukushima #1 37.422972N 141.032917E
        Fukushima #2 37.316389N 141.025556E

  • mairs mairs

    It's a subduction zone. Are you denying that earthquakes are a normal result of plate tectonics?

    • Time Is Short Time Is Short

      No, I think he's saying there could have been a 'push', so to speak, over the proverbial cliff.

      Even fracking causes earthquakes. Were the Japanese drilling through the seafloor looking for geothermal energy and maybe hit a methane pocket? Or worse?

      Maybe we'll never know. But we know the outcome, and we have a pretty good idea where it all started – during the initial construction/corruption phase.

  • mhocker10

    this just goes to show that the UN is as worthless as Tepco.gov… they are going to lie until they die. Period.

  • Time Is Short Time Is Short

    With a childhood thryoid cancer rate increase of over 24,000% and climbing in the greater Fukushima/Tokyo area and a climbing Infant Mortality Rate across Japan and the US/Canada, eventually a large number of doctors are going to get really upset with our Masters.

    We here have tried for over two years to sound the alarm. It's moving pretty slowly, for those that have been here from the beginning.

    But wait for the moms, pediatricians and pediatric oncologists to get pissed off. Then there's going to be hell to pay. Food rioting is bad, but the mass genocide of their children?

    Is the DHS army going to shoot them?

    We'll find out very shortly.

  • TheBigPicture TheBigPicture

    Info gets around the internet, and soon everyone will understand why people are getting ill and dying.

    The news media is irrelevant. And more so, everyday. Plus, experts and officials, nobody listens to them anymore.

    We just need to worry about how to stamp out nuclear. It'll happen, and actually is …it just takes time.

  • vital1 vital1

    The only conclusion that can be drawn is we have a seriously ill leadership that lacks compassion. Their gods are power and money, their actions speak louder than words.

  • nedlifromvermont

    We're on to them 'newsers … every little comment is a kick in their proverbial lyin' asses …

    We know nuclear power is not worth the risk.

    Soon everyone will arrive at this unmistakable conclusion …

    peace folks!

  • Cataclysmic Cataclysmic

    Pfizer profits up on increased demand for cancer drugs.. really? geez who could've guessed?

    Pfizer attributed the growth to its oncology unit, whose $407 million in revenue was bright spot for the company (and a 24% increase over oncology-unit sales in the third quarter of 2012).

    …He highlighted the sales strength of cancer drugs Inlyta and Xalkori, drugs that fight late-stage kidney cancer and metastatic non-small cell lung cancer, respectively, and whose individual revenues increased 186% (Inlyta) and 92% (Xalkori).

    http://www.forbes.com/sites/maggiemcgrath/2013/10/29/pfizer-profit-gets-help-from-cancer-fighting-unit/

    • Time Is Short Time Is Short

      "Pfizer attributed the growth to its oncology unit, whose $407 million in revenue was bright spot for the company (and a 24% increase over oncology-unit sales in the third quarter of 2012)."

      When someone sells 24% more homes YoY, it means there were 24% more home buyers than the previous dates measured. When someone sells 24% more cars, it means there were 24% more car buyers for that brand over the previous dates measured. Pretty much common sense.

      A 24% YoY increase of cancer drug sales means there were 24% more people in the third quarter with cancer using Pfizer drugs over the same period the year before.

      So, unless some other company's cancer drug has become worthless, Pfizer is seeing a 24% increase in cancer drug requirements without taking another company's market share.

      Say there's 10 companies making approved cancer drugs, and they're all doing the same 24% YoY sales increase. That would be a 240% increase in cancer drugs sold third quarter YoY, which translates to a 240% increase in cancer rates since last summer/fall.

      Start to see how this adds up?

      Any oncologists out there care to chime in?

    • Phil Shiffley Phil Shiffley

      There was a shortage of some of the cancer drugs in the past few years too.

      http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2013/03/22/drug-shortages-cancer/2010721/

      "Although some say availability has improved over the past 18 months, Theriault says he still has to do without crucial drugs sometimes and try "to come up with an alternative that may or may not be as effective."

      Those alternatives have not been well studied, and the pharmacists reported that dozens of patients had suffered worse side effects or even failed treatment because of the substitutions, according to the study. The drugs in shortest supply were Liposomal doxorubicin, Fluorouracil, Leucovorin and Paclitaxel, which are used to treat a variety of cancers, including breast, ovarian and colorectal."

      • Time Is Short Time Is Short

        The rumor was there was a lot of .gov stockpiling going on, and to hell with the general public with cancer.

        The .001% will always get what they want, clearly at our expense.

        • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

          Their main purpose is for furthering the sustainability of the republic/corporation, and yes, at all costs. Evident now with 17 trillion gone which is still growing larger by the day, so yes, they will simply continue to spend away.. 🙁 🙂 🙁 🙂

  • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar anne

    The TV report cited in this thread is important to watch. It has English subtitles:

    Medical experts criticize UNSCEAR report for playing down consequences [of the health effects radiation]
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OGsx3CYTYAs

    • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar anne

      Keith Baverstock – World Health Organisation and IAEA – April 9th 201
      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MQZr8jbiGH0
      “Published on Mar 12, 2012
      Keith Baverstock, PhD, a graduate of London University, led the Radiation Protection Programme at the World Health Organisation's Regional Office for Europe from 1991 to 2003. His critical views of the management and conduct of the Committee, particularly in its failure to make proper use of science and its lack of adherence to the Code of Conduct in Public Life, resulted in his dismissal. video by http://www.tekknorg.wordpress.com – more information: http://www.chernobylcongress.org/spea… – HERE is the IPPNW footage of his speech: http://vimeo.com/22981871”

      • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar anne

        Interview with Keith Baverstock
        “…at the time of Chernobyl, it may not have looked appropriate to compare the effects of a low dose of radiation spread over a long period of time with the Japanese bomb survivor data. But now, we have enough data from Tetcha-River (river contaminated by the “Mayak Incident”), from radiation worker studies, to show us that there is in fact no difference. In fact it is even possible that exposure at a low-dose rate is even more damaging than exposure to a very short-lived flash of radiation. So it is quite legitimate to use the precisely the values that you get from Japanese bomb survivors and apply them to situations like Chernobyl or Fukushima.”
        http://schockweiler.blogspot.com/2012/03/interview-with-keith-baverstock.html

  • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

    Good stuff! 🙂

  • unincredulous unincredulous

    [UNSCEAR Report: "No discernible increased incidence of radiation-related health effects are expected among exposed members of the public or their descendants. The most important health effect is on mental and social well-being"]

    I would like a statement from UNSCEAR just exactly what a "discernible increased incidence of radiation-related health effects" might look like, in their opinion. Also, I want documentation that mental and social effects are, in fact, the main hazards associated with radiation.

    I want a yes or no question answered: That question is, "If a cat is put into a microwave oven, and heated on the high setting for five minutes; has the cat suffered any radiation-related health effects, and are the cat's resulting physical condition from such microwave radiation worse than the social and mental effects suffered? UNSCEAR: yes or no

    I do realize you could not pry the word, "MotherF***r" out of the cats mouth. I still think the fact that the cat's guts would be stuck to the bottom of the pan, would be worse than any slang it might pick up. UNSCEAR: yes no

    C'mon, UNSCEAR, what's the matter, ya sceared?

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