60km from Fukushima Plant: Kids walk to school each day on road contaminated with radioactivity of 70,000 Bq/m2 (VIDEO)

Published: October 9th, 2012 at 4:09 pm ET


Title: Children in Fukushima can not live long
Author: 148production
Date: Oct 8, 2012

Is there anyone who can help the children of Koriyama [60km from Fukushima Daiichi]? This is the children’s school route. Route is very polluted.

This is this is the current state of Koriyama, Fukushima Prefecture.

Contact us: nekojob@gmail.com, 81-90-6176-3749, Yujiro Nekomanma

Watch the video here

Published: October 9th, 2012 at 4:09 pm ET


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31 comments to 60km from Fukushima Plant: Kids walk to school each day on road contaminated with radioactivity of 70,000 Bq/m2 (VIDEO)

  • TheBigPicture TheBigPicture

    The government should evacuate the area, or be replaced.

    • WindorSolarPlease

      Hi TheBigPicture

      Agree….The government should evacuate the area. No one should be walking those radioactive roads.

      Unfortunately we are all in polluted area's in some degree.

  • eatliesndie eatliesndie

    Are their parents aware of the situation? A good parent would take their child/children and move somewhere less radioactive.

  • Below is proof on how the northern hemisphere was polluted with 10s of tons of highly radioactive heavy metals. Uranium and Plutonium.

    and nukers say this stuff is safe. We been dosed. We took a hit, take a hit back at nuke, eliminate it. Support anti nuke blogs.


  • arclight arclight

    looks like pro nuke PR is combatting illegal perceptions here

    Documentary profiles children in post-March 11 Japan

    The filmmakers plan to make the documentary available with multilingual subtitles to schools both in Japan and around the world. They hope teachers can share with their students the powerful message that even the youngest members of society can overcome a natural disaster and see beyond to the bright future they create for themselves.


    in responce to something like this maybe?
    In Containment 「格納容器の中」 part 5/5


  • Gnyf

    You can blame the Japanese government, you can blame Tepco, and you can blame a lot of other people for this, and you will be absolutely right. They are to blame. But no matter what, the kids still being there, boils down to being the parents fault.
    All the talk about not having money to leave, being attached to the area, and other nonsens is really no excuse.
    When you know radiation is dangerous, and they DO know, then no matter what you move your xxx and get your kids out of there immediately (they shouldn't have been there from the start because even when a reactor runs as it should, radiation is emmited, and the people living around is being contaminated). You don't sitt around whining, and wait for others to fix the situation for you.
    When a government allowes nuclear power, you know they don't give a xxxx about the peoples security, and if you expect them to help you when the xxxx hit's the fan, you're not very bright. If you decide to live near a nuclear power plant, you need to have a bullet proof plan, when it blowes up (not if – when). It doesn't matter what country you live in, because this goes for every country in the world having nuclear power.
    To all who find the situation in Japan horrible, and get their electricity from nuclear power, this can be your future before you know it. Perhaps you should consider refusing to pay for electricity from nuclear power plant's. When the money stops coming in, the vultures might end up closing them down.

    • richard richard

      well said Gnyf.

      I've read lots of suggestions of how to stop/boycott nuclear power.

      I mean no disrepect to you or anyones suggestions.. but even yours will have no sway.

      It can't be said strongly enough, the enemy is huge, dogmatic and entrenched. And in some cases money from the public consumer is not their interest – they get subsidies from .gov and they generate nuclear weaponary.

      The force that needs to be brought against this deadly industry is massive. You will need to get every man woman and child of the USA to march onto the White House, and then still you may not have an effect.

      Get strong people. You in the USA have hundreds of NPP. We here in Oz and NZ have none. Who needs to get their feet into the street?

  • WindorSolarPlease

    What is going to happen in North America when we reach their levels? If these layers keep coming, that is exactly what will happen. Then, will the parents of North America be at fault? The levels here are already not healthy.

    I am sorry for the everyone there and else where, this never should have happened.


  • cantman

    Can somebody clear this up for me. His radiation detector states 7.239BQ/centimeter squared. In the same frame, the videographer has text that states 70K BQ/square meter. Isn't that conversion wrong? Doesn't that equal 7,239 BQ/meter squared?

  • alasanon

    Quit. School.

    • alasanon

      (I sound like such a U.S. American. But, to be fair, I advise this after extensive formal education that I did enjoy. However, maintaining your health and self-respect is so more important.)

  • many moons

    The people who know better should help those who don't instead of taking advantage of their ignorance.
    These children don't understand how their world has been changed and those who have changed it should try and protect them…that is their least obligation.

    • richard richard

      "These children don't understand how their world has been changed and those who have changed it should try and protect them"

      All current and future children have had their birthright stolen.

      And those who have stolen it have shrunk away into their dark, hollow worlds of gutless selfishness and indulgence.

      The greatest crime of all time is the nuclear monster.

    • WindorSolarPlease

      Hi many moons

      I Agree >> Quote: those who have changed it should try to protect them…that is their least obligation.

      I also want and expect a lot more from them and from officials, they would not like my honey-do book list.
      You know us ladies, we always want and expect more.

      It hurts that this world is slowly being destroyed, and those in charge have/are allowing this.

      Love & Peace

    • Gnyf

      You're so right. The children do not understand, and those who does should help them. But all history have shown that no one except the parents will do that, and in this case some parents don't even try.
      All nuclear accidents that have happened in the world, have a simular history. Government's try to cover up how bad it is, and do not evacuate the people. When people get sick, governments deny that it has anything to do with the radiation. What the governments can't cover up, the WHO takes care of. And it doesn't even have to be an accident. People have been used as guinea pigs in bomb testing all over.
      Can you go to Japan and get the kids out of there without the parents permission? I guess you already know the answer to that question.
      It really boils down to being the parents fault that the kids are still there.
      This should give you an idea about how many accidents that have occurred. And the history is always the same. No evacuation plans, and no help from the governments.
      Expecting those resposible for the situation to help the victims, is like believing in Santa Clause. Their won't be any presents under the tree, and the kids are gonna cry. No responsible parent is that stupid.
      But no matter what it's still a nightmare to watch what's going on.
      Us who would love to help don't stand a chance of doing so, and those who can won't do it.
      I don't believe that we'll go to hell – We're…

      • Gnyf

        …already there.

      • Anthony Anthony

        I really agree with your points. And without casting stones at the parents, I also agree that ULTIMATELY at this point it is up the the parents, as it always has been, to protect their own kids. We are adults and not even in Japan and we are highly aware of the problem, to my way of thinking, almost two years later, there should be no kids left in Fukushima at this stage. The parents there SURELY are aware of the dangers by now. I also think if there are orphans or wards of the state in Fukushima, the Govt then has a massive responsibility to said kids and has an obligation to move them out pronto to safer ground. I know there is a lot of pain in Japan in recovery from the tsunami alone, but I pray they will not allow themselves victimized by their government who is not stepping up the the society plate to help them save their lives.

  • cantman

    Thanks Anne!

  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

    They walk to school through contamination..then the children are served contaminated food.

    Lowest detectable amount of school lunch is 10Bq/Kg, the one of cafeteria in Fukushima gov is 1Bq/Kg


    • Anthony Anthony

      Agreed. That story about how clothing is a huge contamination source makes me wonder once these kids trounce through it to school, then they all sit with their contaminated clothing in an enclosed area for hours a day…. they need to use the dosimeters INSIDE an active classroom to see whats going on for the kids. I bet this aspect alone intensifies the radiation on the children. They need to embrace that this problem is a real problem to turn the tide.

  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

    And then comes recess..the playground.

  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

    The financial condition of the people of Fukushima needs to be considered.
    Many are not financially able to move without the assistance of the government.
    I think there are many parents that would like to flee..but have no means to do so.