Abandoned lives by the government

Abandoned lives by the government


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Following up this article..Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare banned staff from researching Fukushima contamination

Mr Kimura entered Fukushima to research to with supports of citizens.

He found 4 couples and 4 singles living in Akogi town meeting place in Namie machi, where is only 27 km from Fukushima plants.

There was no signal of mobile phone, internet. TV was their only news source, and of course, they were not informed of the risk of staying there.

It was 80μSv/h in front of the building, it was 20μSv/h even in the building. They measured 4 million Bq/m2 of cesium 134/137 and 23.2 million Bq/m2 of iodine 131 from the soil. They measured 420,000 Bq/Kg of cesium from the mushroom growing beside the building.

The place was not admitted as an official shelter so government did not supply them with food and daily things. However, those people had to stay there to look after their cats, dogs, pets, and they thought it was safe there.

Near the meeting place, there was a poultry yard, run by Mr. Takagi. He had been running the yard since 1950. He survived detention in a Siberian labor camp.

He started with 50 chickens but bred 40,000 until 311. Because of radiation, he ran out of feed. 30,000 of chickens died.

Government stated they did not inform them of the radiation level because they needed to control harmful rumor.


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  1. FUKUSHIMA DIARY – Ces vies abandonnées par le gouvernement
    Par Mochizuki le 21 mai 2012.

    M. Kimura est entré dans Fukushima pour faire des recherche, avec le soutien des habitants.

    Il a trouvé 4 couples et 4 célibataires vivant dans la place de réunion du village d’Akogi, dans Namie machi, qui se trouve à seulement 27 km des centrales de Fukushima.

    Il n’y avait pas de signal sur le téléphone mobile, ni internet. La TV était leur seule source de nouvelles et, évidemment, ils n’étaient pas informés du risque qu’il y a à rester là.

    On avait 80μSv/h devant le bâtiment, 20μSv/h dedans même. Ils ont relevé 4 millions de Bq/m2 de césium 134/137 et 23,2 millions Bq/m2 d’iode 131 dans le sol. Ils ont mesuré 420 000 Bq/Kg de césium dans les champignons poussant à côté du bâtiment.

    L’endroit n’était pas admis en tant que refuge officiel le gouvernement ne les a pas approvisionnés en nourriture et objets du quotidien. En outre, ces gens devaient rester là pour surveiller leurs chats, chiens, animaux de compagnie et ils pensaient l’endroit sûr.

    Près de l’aire de réunion il y avait un poulailler, tenu par M. Takagi. Il tient ce poulailler depuis 1950. Il a survécu à sa détention dans un camp de travail en Sibérie. Il avait commencé avec 50 poulets mais en reproduisait 40 000 jusqu’au 11/3. A cause des radiations, il s’est retrouvé à court de nourriture. 30,000 poules en sont mortes.

    Le gouvernement a déclaré qu’il ne leur a pas communiqué les niveaux de radiation parce qu’ils avaient “besoin de contrôler les rumeurs nocives”.

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May 2012