[Column] How JP Prime Minister Abe lied to IOC about sea contamination

Abe stated to IOC that the contaminated water is not spreading over the Pacific and Tokyo was selected for the host city of Olympic games of 2020.

If Japanese Prime Minister Abe and Tepco managed to manipulate these 3 facts, everybody would have been deceived.


1. 7,000 m3 of seawater is pumped up from the inside of the port to the outside of the port every single hour


2 of the 6 reactors in Fukushima plant are not crippled so they are pumping up the seawater like normal operation in order to cool down the coolant water.

However, these reactors have the water outlet outside of the plant port for some reason. They take 7,000m3 of seawater from the inside of the port, which is obviously contaminated, to the outside of the port. It’s not per day. It’s per hour.


2. They only analyze the seawater near the surface of the sea


Even if you fart in NY, the people in Brazil won’t smell it. but that doesn’t mean you didn’t fart.

Tepco and Japanese government are doing the same thing. They say the radiation level is safely low even outside of the port. However they actually measure only the seawater of the sea surface.

Most of the types of radioactive material that they measure are known to accumulate on the sea bottom. and it’s taken by small fish to start the biological concentration. They haven’t made any understandable explanation about why they don’t analyze the sea bottom water.


3. Seawater fence


Japanese government stated the radioactive material is blocked by the seawater fence inside of the port.

On the other hand, when the fence was cut by typhoon last week, Tepco stated no radioactive material spread over even though the fence was cut off. The radiation level didn’t change since before it was cut.

That means the fence is useless. Tepco’s statement is unfortunately proving the fence is not stoping anything.



You can ignore the truth but the truth won’t ignore you.


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[Édito] Comment le premier ministre Abe a menti au CIO sur la contamination de l’océan


M. Abe a affirmé au CIO que les eaux extrêmement radioactives ne se répandaient pas dans le Pacifique et Tokyo a été  sélectionnée comme cité des jeux olympiques de 2020.
Si M. Abe, le premier ministre japonais, et Tepco avaient réussi à manipuler ces 3 faits, tout le monde aurait été trompé.

1. Toutes les heures, 7 000 m³ d’eau de mer sont pompés de l’intérieur du port et rejetés à l’extérieur

2 des 6 réacteurs de la centrale de Fukushima ne sont pas dévastés, donc ils pompent de l’eau de mer comme en temps normal pour refroidir les eaux de refroidissement.
Or, ces réacteurs ont leur déversoir en dehors du port de la centrale. Ils pompent 7 000 m³ d’eau de mer dans le port, qui, évidemment, est extrêmement radioactif, pour les rejeter à l’extérieur du port.
Ce n’est pas par jour mais par heure.

2. Il n’analysent que l’eau de mer prise près de la surface

Si vous pétez à New-York, les brésiliens ne le sentiront pas mais ça ne signifie pas que vous n’avez pas pété.
Tepco et le gouvernement japonais font la même chose. Ils disent que le niveau de radioactivité est suffisamment faible même en dehors du port. Or, en réalité, ils ne mesurent que la radioactivité en surface.
La plupart des éléments radioactifs qu’ils relèvent sont connus pour s’accumuler au fond de la mer. et ils sont absorbés par les petits poissons du bas de la chaîne alimentaire qui la concentre biologiquement . Ils n’ont donné aucune explication compréhensible sur la raison qui justifie leur absence d’analyse du fond de la mer.

3. Barrière marine

Le gouvernement japonais a affirmé que les éléments radioactifs sont bloqués par la barrière marine déployée dans le port.
D’un autre côté, lorsque cette barrière a été coupée par le typhon la semaine dernière, Tepco a affirmé qu’aucune radioactivité ne s’était répandue malgré cette coupure. Le niveau de radioactivité n’a pas changé entre avant et après.
Ça signifie que cette barrière ne sert à rien. L’affirmation de Tepco prouve malheureusement que cette barrière n’arrête strictement rien.

Vous pouvez ignorer la vérité mais la vérité ne vous ignorera pas.

  1. Perhaps this 7,000 M^3/Hour answers the radionuclide ocean transport question asked by Ken Buesseler and others.

    http news nationalgeographic com/ (news/energy/2013/08/130807-fukushima-radioactive-water-leak/) Patrick J. Kiger National Geographic News Published August 7, 2013

    Fukushima’s Radioactive Water Leak: What You Should Know

    … scientists have continued to find radioactive contamination in the waters off the plant. Ken Buesseler, a senior scientist with the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution who has analyzed thousands of samples of fish from the area, said he’s continued to find the high levels of cesium-134, a radioactive isotope that decays rapidly. That indicates it’s still being released. “It’s getting into the ocean, no doubt about it,” he said. “The only news was that they finally admitted to this.”

  2. In addition, what of the truth concerning Japan and nuclear proliferation?

    “US objects to Japan’s plans for Rokkasho nuclear reprocessing – The Japan Daily Press” by John Hofilena

    Quotes: “The annual output of the facility, once at full capacity, is enough to build as many as 2,000 nuclear weapons, a fact not lost on Washington, as Tokyo insists that the program is non-military in nature. ”

    “Tokyo has, as of now, an estimated nine tons of weapons-usable plutonium on its soil. ”

    Quoted from: http://japandailypress.com/us-objects-to-japans-plans-for-rokkasho-nuclear-reprocessing-0228152/

    Also see: “U.S.-Japan security treaty fatally delayed nuclear workers’ fight against meltdown” By Yoichi Shimatsu

    Quote: “Death of Deterrence

    Meanwhile in 2009, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) issued a muted warning on Japan’s heightened drive for a nuclear bomb— and promptly did nothing. The White House has to turn a blind eye to the radiation streaming through American skies or risk exposure of a blatant double standard on nuclear proliferation by an ally. Besides, Washington’s quiet approval for a Japanese bomb doesn’t quite sit well with the memory of either Pearl Harbor or Hiroshima.

    In and of itself, a nuclear deterrence capability would be neither objectionable nor illegal— in the unlikely event that the majority of Japanese voted in favor of a constitutional amendment to Article 9. Legalized possession would require safety inspections, strict controls and transparency of the sort that could have hastened the Fukushima emergency response. Covert weapons development, in contrast, is rife with problems. In the event of an emergency, like the one happening at this moment, secrecy must be enforced at all cost— even if it means countless more hibakusha, or nuclear victims.”

    Quoted from: http://www.opinion-maker.org/2011/04/fukushima-secret-weapons-program-inside-nuclear-plant/

    My deep humble bow to Tohoku EQ/Tsunami victims and Hibikusha (from any era).
    I remember you.

  3. Perhaps some unearned purity of purpose has recently become attached to the Olympiad …

    On February 27, 1933, the Reichstag building went up in flames.
    “The Burning of the Books in Nazi Germany, 1933

    The 1936 Berlin Olympic Games provided the perfect opportunity for Hitler to demonstrate to the world, how efficient the Nazi Germany was. It was also the intended venue for the Nazis to demonstrate their theory of the ‘Master Race’. Balder von Shirach claimed Hitler said this after the 100m victory of Jesse Owens: “The Americans should be ashamed of themselves, letting Negroes win their medals for them. I shall not shake hands with this Negro…….do you really think that I will allow myself to be photographed shaking hands with a Negro?”

    Kristallnacht, November 9, 1938, literally, “Night of Crystal” (“Night of Broken Glass”) refers to to the violent wave of NAZI era anti-Jewish pogroms.”


    Bill Duff

    1. Some Olympic political efforts make little sense in retrospect. Mr. Reagan armed the Afghan rebels. Mr. Bush attacked them. Mr. Obama characteristically retreats in disarray and defeat.

      http www history com/ (this-day-in-history/carter-announces-olympic-boycott)
      http www nbcnews com/ (video/meet-the-press/41083981#41083981)

      In 1980, President Jimmy Carter announced the U.S. boycott of the Olympic Games scheduled to take place in Moscow that summer. The announcement came after the Soviet Union failed to comply with Carter’s February 20, 1980, deadline to withdraw its troops from Afghanistan.

      The Soviet military invaded Afghanistan in 1979 to reinforce the country’s communist regime against Islamic rebel forces. In a statement made after the invasion, Carter rebuked the Soviet Union, specifically Premier Leonid Brezhnev, and decried the invasion as a deliberate effort by a powerful atheistic government to subjugate an independent Islamic people that he called a stepping stone to [Soviet] control over [Afghanistan’s] oil supplies.” Brezhnev dismissed Carter’s statements as bellicose and wicked. The invasion threatened to revive the Cold War, which, during the late 1970s, had appeared to undergo a temporary thaw. Carter said his opinion of the Russians has changed drastically since the beginning of his administration.

  4. Fukushima Geology Info:

    ===> Hydrology and Flow Accumulation Near Fukushima Daiichi PP | Paul Langley’s Nuclear History Blog:


    ===> The Geology of Fukushima. Porous ground, lowered 10 metres, built over an aquifer with a fault line present, with basements below sea level | Paul Langley’s Nuclear History Blog


    Japan balked at steps to control Fukushima water in 2011: memo
    See comments on article!

  5. TEPCO saves huge YEN for every liter of radioactively polluted water that escapes. leaks or is simply allowed to run either onto the ground or directly into the Pacific Ocean.

    Once off site it is no longer TEPCO’s problem!

    The storage system has been designed to fail since the first tanks were built on site and those that think that TEPCO is doing everything they can to capture and hold onto this radioactive water is living in a fantasy world where TEPCO cares more about the people of Japan than they do about saving FACE and their own Profits!

  6. Why can’t the UN get involved in radioactive issues,
    Here is the answer: READ Nuclear Controversies


    In 1995, the Director General of WHO Dr. Hiroshi Nakajima, tried to inform on Chernobyl by organizing in Geneva an international conference with 700 experts and physicians. This tentative was blocked. The International Agency for Atomic Energy blocked the proceedings, which were never published. The truth on the consequences of Chernobyl would have been a disaster for the promotion of the atomic industry.

    This film shows the discussions at the following WHO- congress in Kiev in 2001, that lead to the fatal disregarding of internal radiation consequences throughout the nuclear world.

    The full transcript can be found here:

  7. Water water everywhere but it is all radioactively polluted…

    The tank farm looks impressive but what about all the “other” water that has been leaking or dumped into the Pacific Ocean?

    The Japanese Gov’t. is playing a radioactive JOKE on the Planet by allowing ever more polluted water to find its way into the Pacific Ocean.

    More here:
    Fukushima plant “to keep contaminating the Pacific Ocean for the rest of time” if fuel can’t be removed — No good solution, must constantly pump out water from under buildings (VIDEO)

    and here:
    More on Ocean dumping:
    Nuclear waste dumped at “SEA”
    Ocean disposal of radioactive waste:
    Status report: http://is.gd/tiugbX

    and more on Dumping here:

    “Nightmare Nuclear Waste” NUKE DUMPING ! – YouTube http://youtu.be/cpxaJN0TT3U

    So maybe all that is now also part of our Background readings!

    ALL because of this:
    The Trial Of Minoru Tanaka: The high cost of investigative journalism in Japan & “the nuclear mafia http://www.japansubculture.com/?p=5397

    Why information about nuclear reactors does not appear in MSM, sounds familiar!

    So given the above, why should we expect Japan to start talking about how they are polluting the Pacific except to issue ever more “leak” reports that do nothing to describe the ever growing “TOTAL” amount they are dumping, allowing to leak and every other thing they can do to get rid of radioactive water…

  8. Fukushima Geology Info:

    ===> Hydrology and Flow Accumulation Near Fukushima Daiichi PP | Paul Langley’s Nuclear History Blog:


    ===> The Geology of Fukushima. Porous ground, lowered 10 metres, built over an aquifer with a fault line present, with basements below sea level | Paul Langley’s Nuclear History Blog

  9. Do they really measure just the seawater at the surface? Not at the bottom?
    And a lot of the radioactive materials sink to the bottom, don’t they?
    Well, then their radiation monitoring is useless!
    We have no idea what the radiation level is at the bottom of the sea!

    1. Sadly,

      Probably a good idea to avoid the Flounder, Shellfish, Crustaceans, Seaweed, Squid ….

      I noticed a new product on the grocery shelf yesterday; large, dried, slabs of Pacific Salmon. In the Dog Food Section. Priced cheap.

      No thanks, I like my Dog. Fukushima converted Salmon from ‘too good for dogs’, to ‘Not good enough for a dog’.


      Bill Duff

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This website updates the latest news about the Fukushima nuclear plant and also archives the past news from 2011. Because it's always updated and added live, articles, categories and the tags are not necessarily fitted in the latest format.
I am the writer of this website. About page remains in 2014. This is because my memory about 311 was clearer than now, 2023, and I think it can have a historical value. Now I'm living in Romania with 3 cats as an independent data scientist.
Actually, nothing has progressed in the plant since 2011. We still don't even know what is going on inside. They must keep cooling the crippled reactors by water, but additionally groundwater keeps flowing into the reactor buildings from the broken parts. This is why highly contaminated water is always produced more than it can circulate. Tepco is planning to officially discharge this water to the Pacific but Tritium is still remaining in it. They dilute this with seawater so that it is legally safe, but scientifically the same amount of radioactive tritium is contained. They say it is safe to discharge, but none of them have drunk it.


September 2013