Anti nuclear former JP PM Hosokawa hospitalized and in recuperation / Suffering from “dizziness for unknown reason”

A former Japanese Prime Minister, the new anti-nuclear activist, Hosokawa fell in sick and hospitalized.

He became a candidate for Tokyo gubernatorial election.


In mid April, he suddenly fell in sick, fell down forward at Shinagawa station. He had 4 teeth broken and put 6 stitches on the lips and carried to the stationmaster’s office without consciousness.


On 5/7/2014, he attended the initial meeting of Japan assembly for nuclear free renewable energy, which is an anti nuclear organization established by Hosokawa and another former Japanese Prime Minister Koizumi. However he became at a loss for words in the speech. He has been suffering from dizziness for unknown reason.


He’s going to have a detailed inspection on 5/19/2014 and recuperation for an indefinite period.



You read this now because we’ve been surviving until today.


Français :

M. Hosokawa , ancien premier ministre devenu anti-nucléaire, hospitalisé et convalescent : “vertiges d’origine inconnue”


M. Hosokawa, ancien premier ministre japonais et récent militant anti-nucléaire, est tombé malade et a été hospitalisé.
Il s’était porté candidat aux élections des gouverneurs de Tokyo.

Il est brusquement tombé malade mi-avril, il est tombé en avant à la gare de Shinagawa. 4 de ses dents ont cassé, 6 points lui ont été faits aux lèves et il avait été transporté inconscient jusqu’au bureau du chef de gare.

Le 7 mai 2014, il s’était rendu au tout premier meeting de la Japan assembly for nuclear free renewable energy qui est une organisation anti-nucléaire créée par M. Hosokawa et un autre ancien premier ministre japonais, M. Koizumi. Néanmoins, il cherchait ses mots pendant son discours.  Il a commencé à avoir des vertiges pour une raison inconnue.

Il va subir des examens approfondis le 19 mai 2014 et une convalescence d’une durée indéterminée


Vous pouvez lire ceci parce que nous avons survécu jusqu’à aujourd’hui.

  1. Stop the presses!!!

    This just in!

    76 year old man gets dizzy and falls down.

  2. 今上天皇

    The first notable Japanese leader to suffer a ‘Fukushima Heart Attack’ was His Imperial Majesty the Emperor (天皇陛下).

    There have been some press efforts to ‘soften’ this news. The heart conditions associated with radiocesium include: heart attack, congestive heart failure, electrochemical conduction difficulties, arrhythmias, pain, shortness of breath, dizziness, syncope and death.

    There is little doubt that the Fukushima radiocesium contamination SIGNIFICANTLY contributed to the various heart maladies suffered by the Emperor.

    Fukushima very nearly killed the Emperor.

      1. this is an understatement on par with the emperors statement that, when hiroshima and nagasaki had been bombed, said ‘the war has taken a new turn, not necessarily in japans favour’.

        The TRUTH, which mr bill duff loves to go on about, is that there is very great doubt. Seen any sick camels lately bill?
        Send your donatipn to the usual address and team antinuke will save your soul, one of these days.

  3. The Emporier, who has visited Fukushima danger zones more than six times, has a farm in Highly contaminated Nasu, Gunma. He eats food from there. Just saying…

    1. “I won’t insult your intelligence by suggesting that you really believe what you just said.”

      ― William F. Buckley Jr.

  4. Radioactive Fallout Related Disease – By Request:

    http www cancer org/ (cancer/cancercauses/othercarcinogens/intheworkplace/cancer-among-military-personnel-exposed-to-nuclear-weapons)

    Cancer Compensation Programs for People Exposed to Radiation as Part of Nuclear Weapons Testing. The US government has passed several laws to compensate military veterans, people who worked in the nuclear industry, and others exposed to radiation as part of nuclear testing programs who later develop certain types of cancer or other diseases.

    Radiation Exposure Compensation Program: The Radiation Exposure Compensation Program is administered by the US Department of Justice. It provides payments to 3 groups of people:
    Uranium miners, millers, and transporters: People who worked in these industries between 1942 and 1971 and who develop lung cancer, kidney cancer (in millers or transporters), or certain other conditions may be eligible for a lump sum payment of $100,000.

    Onsite participants: People (including military personnel) who were present onsite during above-ground nuclear tests (at the Nevada, Trinity, Pacific, or South Atlantic test sites) and who later develop certain medical conditions may be entitled to a payment of $75,000. (Military personnel exposed to radiation at Hiroshima or Nagasaki are not eligible.) The eligible conditions include cancers of the lung, thyroid, breast, esophagus, stomach, pharynx (throat), small intestine, pancreas, bile ducts, gallbladder, salivary gland, urinary bladder, brain, colon, ovary, and liver (unless related to cirrhosis or hepatitis B). Other cancers covered include leukemia, non-Hodgkin lymphoma, and multiple myeloma.

  5. The PROPER Way

    http www merckmanuals com/ (professional/injuries_poisoning/radiation_exposure_and_contamination/radiation_exposure_and_contamination) html

    Public response: After widespread high-level environmental contamination from a nuclear power plant accident or intentional release of radioactive material, exposure can be reduced either by

    Sheltering in place
    Evacuating the contaminated area

    The better approach depends on many event-specific variables, including the elapsed time since initial release, whether release has stopped or is ongoing, weather conditions, availability and type of shelter, and evacuation conditions (eg, traffic, transportation availability). The public should follow the advice of local public health officials as broadcast on television or radio as to which response option is best. If in doubt, shelter in place is the best option until additional information becomes available. If sheltering is recommended, the center of a concrete or metal structure above or below grade (eg, in a basement) is best.

  6. Kidney Cancers

    Radioactive Fallout particles may become lodged in the kidney filtration mechanisms. Thereafter, due to the close proximity, radioactive emissions from those clogging particles can damage kidneys affecting function and resulting in increased cancer risks.

    Nasty stuff, Kidney cancer

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