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No One Died, 60 Minutes!
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Important, this Fukushima Fatalities and Injuries list absolutely proves the statement made in this recent Australian 60 minutes program (link below), that no one has died as a result of Fukushima Nuclear disaster is a lie!

Fatalities And Injuries Resulting From The Fukushima Nuclear Catastrophe

A lie is being perpetrated on the Internet that no radiation related fatalities have resulted from the ongoing Fukushima Nuclear Catastrophe.

Fatalities And Injuries Resulting From The Fukushima Nuclear Catastrophe

<a href="http://technologypals.com.au/fatalities-and-injuries-resulting-from-the-fukushima-nuclear-catastrophe">http://technologypals.com.au/fatalities-and-injuries-resulting-from-the-fukushima-nuclear-catastrophe</a>


Inside the Fukushima reactor | 60 Minutes Australia

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bSNn7fdaPVs


In my opinion statements made in this 60 minutes program are not based on science as stated, but are nothing more than propaganda to try and revive the nuclear industry.

Everyone should be horrified that they are even attempting to do this white washing for the nuclear industry in the light of overwhelming evidence provide in the Fukushima Fatalities and Injuries list.

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Majia
Tuesday, October 30, 2018
Apology without Responsibility?
http://majiasblog.blogspot.com/2018/10/a...ility.html

Quote:A former chairman of Tokyo Electric Power Co., operator of the crippled Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant, apologized to victims of the 2011 nuclear disaster but would not acknowledge responsibility.
"I deeply apologize to those who died, their bereaved families, injured people, local people and society at large," Tsunehisa Katsumata, 78, said Oct. 29 during the 33rd hearing of a trial at the Tokyo District Court of three former TEPCO executives accused of professional negligence resulting in death and injury as a result of the disaster.

They know what they've done even as they continue to lie about it.
"The map is not the territory that it is a map of ... the word is not the thing being referred to."
 
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https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2018/10...-material/
Japan plans to flush Fukushima water 'containing radioactive material above permitted levels' into the ocean
October 2018
 
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http://caferadlab.com/thread-2772.html
 
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Copied over from, Deaths. http://caferadlab.com/thread-296-post-992.html#pid992

by me.

"NO DEATHS, YOU SAY?

Why do nuclear proponents state that no deaths resulted from the Fukushima nuclear catastrophe that began March 11, 2011?

There are more than a few billion dollars at stake in the new energy paradigm. Long term energy prognostics, in the old energy paradigm (usually spouted from the mouths of the IAEA and OECD), portend a large chunk of potential billions for the nuclear industry. Unfortunately, for nuclear energy pushers and their military cohorts, the old paradigm is quickly vanishing with the onset of the new energy paradigm that includes philanthropic acts by Manoj Bhargava whose energy solutions have the power to quickly transform the energy scene into a truly sustainable energy paradigm (http://billionsinchange.com/).

People working in the nuclear industry - whether as an engineer, or a public relations manager - stand to reap long-term and generous wage benefits if nuclear can overcome the huge obstacles such as insurance hurdles, high risk investment economics, rapidly growing public opposition, and quickly trending renewable energy market options.

When people are forced into a corner, like any animal, they may resort to abusive and violent reactions that defy one human trait - survival.

Sane men typically walk away from losing propositions once they realize there is no silver lining on their cloud. That's a survival trait - go elsewhere where no fiscal threats exist. Nuclear proponents don't tend to walk away in the face of declining financial conditions, though. The promised fat check, (and perhaps threats of war that will keep them employed due to nuclear weapons manufacturing and upkeep), keeps them focused on their imagined grand prize and they keep pecking away at those who threaten their promised future.

It is not uncommon for people to wear blinders when their financial security is threatened once they've invested time in studying and being proficient at something, whether it makes economic sense, or not. Nuclear proponents are indoctrinated in a scheme that pays well, while it lasts.

To ensure their continued financial "success" (short term earnings), nuclear industry proponents have resorted to using public relations efforts to try and influence market forces, to preserve their slice of billions of dollars.

One thrust into the market information psyche used by nuclear proponents is to deny that anything bad happens when a nuclear power plant explodes, sending multitudes of man-made radioisotopes across the landscape and into the human sphere. If widespread, generational, death were acknowledged broadly, the nuclear industry would experience an immediate and lasting death knell.

The nuclear industry is invested in several other markets including oil and mass media. As the oil industry walks into it's death throes, nuclear proponents use media to sustain their investments as long as they possibly can. One trick they use in media is to suggest that there are no ill health effects from radiation exposure.

Sadly, for them, the facts obliterate their ill-begotten premise. Upon examination, their foolish and deadly venture appears selfish and discriminatory. It's okay if they make money with nuclear and when innocents die in their quest, well, so be it. If asked about that they would probably say something along the lines of "collateral damages expected" in their war for energy control.

Many people have died after the March 11, 2011 catastrophe erupted at Fukushima Daiichi.

Anyone who cares to argue with these facts, please come back after diligently researching the Japan National Death Registry, the aborted babies data, the early life heart failure data, the rare cancer deaths data… the missing person/workers injury & death data - do your homework before spouting your ugly, wrong, and disruptive assertions.

The biggest challenge I shall issue to the nuclear pushers who insist no deaths have occurred - interview all the women of Japan and west coast North America who were pregnant before, during, and after 311. Then come talk to us. Only then can we have an honest discussion."
Pia
just pm me if needed.
 
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From The Nation 9 March 2018 https://www.thenation.com/article/seven-...-in-court/

"Petty Officer Perez gave birth to her daughter Cecilia on March 26, 2011, and it was soon afterward that she told her mom she was feeling ill. “She just kept saying her menstrual periods would keep going and going and never stop,” said Mendez.

Despite her health, she reenlisted at the end of her tour. She was in San Diego trying to sort out some missing paperwork on her enlistment when she was hospitalized for a uterine hemorrhage. According to her mother, Perez was diagnosed with late-stage ovarian cancer in July 2016. Mendez wanted her daughter to come back to Texas, where she grew up, but Perez refused. She always believed she’d get better. “I can’t go home,” Mendez said Perez told her, “I just reenlisted. I still owe the Navy two years.”

On December 7, 2016, Ruby Perez died.

Perez is one of the eight deceased service members represented in the suits slowly making their way in US courts. Her daughter Cecilia, whose health will require a watchful eye well into adulthood, is also a plaintiff. So are 24 men and women currently living with various forms of cancer. So is a sailor whose son was born with brain and spinal tumors and lived only 26 months.

“We have a lot of clients with bone and joint issues, degenerative discs,” Cate Edwards told me, “young, healthy, active individuals who have trouble walking now.”

The most prevalent ailments, according to the younger Edwards, are thyroid-related. Thyroid cancers are some of the earliest to emerge after nuclear accidents because of the easy pathway for absorption of radioactive iodine. Childhood thyroid cancers skyrocketed in Belarus, Russia, and Ukraine in the first two decades after Chernobyl. According to a study published in the journal of the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology, individuals who were 18 or under at the time of the disaster in Fukushima Prefecture were 20-to-50 times more likely to be diagnosed with thyroid cancer in the period between the March 2011 and the end of 2014.

And health experts will tell you it is still too early to see many of the cancers and other illnesses that increase in incidence after exposure to ionizing radiation. Some can take 20 or 30 years to emerge. “That these sailors are getting the health effects they are already experiencing tells me that the radiation levels were extraordinarily high, and that we are likely just seeing the tip of the iceberg,” said nuclear-engineer Gundersen. “I think we’re going to see more of these people in the same boat as this initial wave of hundreds.”

“I can’t believe in a couple of years,” he added, “we won’t have thousands.”"
Pia
just pm me if needed.
 
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(01-03-2019, 04:41 PM)Code Wrote: It is easy to see there is a fatal flaw in humanity and the structure of civilizations. This might have had limited importance on a tribal scale, but now man has the ability to wipe out the ecosphere. Man remains an uncivil  lying savage, dressed in the suit and tie from his weaving machines.

Code, there is not a fatal flaw in humanity.  The flaw is in the sub-set of humanoids that haven't developed the brain structure necessary for empathy and conscience; psychopaths.  On a tribal scale it is easier to spot the psychopath by their deeds and take action to prevent them from harming others.  Hierarchical social structures provides opportunity for psychopaths to hide in plain sight. Humanity is being preyed upon.  You're right about the authoritarian followers that enable the control.  Humanity is learning hard lessons again.  

I liked the way you contrasted the lie with the facts on the ground. Hardly anyone dies from acute radiation poisoning, ah, but there is that health damage from less than acute radiation poisoning when man-made radioactive particulate matter is scattered around and later absorbed.
"The map is not the territory that it is a map of ... the word is not the thing being referred to."
 
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