Numayu’s blog shut down

Minamisoma blogger called Numayu was recording her health state since after 311.

Just before one year anniversary. her blog was shut down.

There is no even cache.

The reason why it was shut down is not announced.

When she appeared on Aljazeera, she had purplish patch.

She was planning to attend at National Network of Parents to protect Children from Radiation.

She was invited to talk with Noro Mika, the chairman of Bridges to Chernobyl, but because she  has been very feverish recently, she is going to attend by Skype.


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14 Responses to “Numayu’s blog shut down”

  1. jec says:

    Was January 1 2012 the last date of her posts? Sadly I fear for her, and her husband. Wonder if any of her friends know what has happened..those rashes..lost of teeth and nails..means all the fast growing tissue is damaged by radiation. Now, she never said she had radiation poisoning..but thats what the cause is.

    Does her family know what has happened to her? If she does not come up on Skype..

  2. jec says:

    Even more concerning..see the JapanProbe article..wonder if they arrested her…

    The government would not arress someone for “fearmongering” –would they?

  3. DKA says:

    I wonder if this is temporary.
    Is it her internet service provider that canceled her internet access?
    One problem I have with part of the Japanese mentality is to sometime care about people in the same way as they care for animal. They don’t respect human rights. The government and TEPCO insult not only her, but everyone who is capable to understand that she suffers from radiadion sickness. They think that we are brainless, not smarter than animals. They try to make us believe that she suffers from a “feminine” disease. This is one of the most ridiculous and insulting thing that I have heard.

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  5. May says:

    Mr. Mochizuki,

    Just found this by googling in Japanese… “Numayu’s blog” lives on at a new site:

    It is intended as a mirror site, recreated from the past RSS record, in order to preserve valuable Numayu’s articles. Whoever it is, kudos to her/him.

  6. User01 says:

    I want to help Numayu get a blog online.

    The world needs to know what’s being hidden from them.

    Numayu, please email me:

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