Japanese citizen “Fukushima kindergarten turns a blind eye to highly contaminated ingredients and serves lunch”

Photo is just an image of general food testing


A Japanese citizen posted on Facebook. The credibility can’t be verified but Fukushima Diary decided to publish it as precautionary approach because it can be likely from my personal experience to have lived in Japan for 28 years.


14:33  7/8/2014


“A woman evacuated from Fukushima to Yamagata talked about this.


A female kindergarten teacher witnessed that unexpectedly high level of radioactive material was detected from the school lunch ingredients.

However the cooks said “Let’s think we didn’t see it” and served it for lunch of the kindergarten students

That female teacher got unable to believe anyone and evacuated her daughter.”



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


Français :

Une japonaise : “les jardins d’enfants de Fukushima ferment les yeux sur les aliments radioactifs et les servent aux repas”
Cette photo est juste une image de contrôle des aliments


Une japonaise l’a publié sur Facebook. La crédibilité ne peut en être vérifiée mais le Fukushima Diary a décidé de le publier par précaution parce que, de mes 28 ans d’expérience de vie au Japon, c’est extrêmement probable.

8 juillet 2014 14:33
“Une évacuée de Fukushima à Yamagata a dit ceci :
Une institutrice de garderie témoigne qu’une radioactivité anormalement élevée a été relevée dans des aliments des repas de l’école.
Or, le cuisinier a déclaré “Disons que nous ne l’avons pas vu” et les a servis au repas des enfants du jardin d’enfants.
Cette institutrice en est devenue incapable de faire confiance à quiconque et elle a évacué sa fille.”

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

  1. Support by eating

    Kindergarten children in: Japan, USA, Canada, Mexico and other murderous nations are feeding: daycare, Pre-school, kindergarten, elementary, junior high, middle school and high school, radioactive waste from Fukushima and other nearby prefectures.

    Eat Hearty kids

  2. But it tastes so~ good! It seems like my only fantasy nowadays is that science finds a definitive way to link radionuclide bioaccumulation to victims’ health disorders and disease. That would definitely be the sh!t, but alas, the anti-nuke movement has to constantly be berated by the nuke lobby for supposed speculation. On the one hand, I can kind of understand them; on the other, I yearn for some sort of justice. This pretty much goes for the entire environemental ‘Green’ Movement that can easily get derailed by a bunch of rich men owning corporations telling us that we “don’t have any proof that X is causing Y”.

  3. ‘Waves for Worry? Scientists weigh-in on status of radioactive waters from Fukushima reaching California coast’, By Steven Mihailovich, Posted by Staff on Jul 8, 2014. Filed under Featured Story, News, Region, http ://www.lajollalight.com/?p=127179

    Cumulative effects: Dr. Herbert Abrams of Stanford University’s School of Medicine was a principal in the six-year Biological Effects of Ionizing Radiation (BEIR) VII study for the National Research Council released in 2005 and testified before Congress about its conclusions. Abrams says any additional radiation, even at low doses, comes on top of the radiation people receive from natural background and from the more than 550 million medical and dental radiological exams given annually in the United States. “The underlying premise that has to be considered as you talk about radioactivity, the water and people being exposed to it, is that the effects of radiation are cumulative,” Abrams said. “They add up over time. The question is, what is the turning point? And that’s why the common sense is to avoid radiation as much as you can.”

    The effective dose of radiation on living tissue is a function of the strength of the radiation and the duration of the exposure. Even at the anticipated strength a thousandth of an airport X-ray, the accumulated exposure will be greater if one is in the water longer than the few seconds it takes to get X-rayed. With the radiation from Fukushima predicted to peak a year after its arrival and to stick around for a year after that, Abrams said the potential dose should not be dismissed as negligible. “Am I concerned? Yes I am,” said Abrams. “And that’s because I know radiation pretty well. I’ve been training (medical) residents for 60 years and part of that training is a respect for the effects. It shakes up the cell and it goes after the genetic material … The bottom line is that (radiation) is a carcinogenic agent.”

  4. ‘Waves for Worry? Scientists weigh-in on status of radioactive waters from Fukushima reaching California coast’, By Steven Mihailovich, Posted by Staff on Jul 8, 2014. Filed under Featured Story, News, Region, http ://www.lajollalight.com/?p=127179

    Most at-risk: Women, children, and particularly fetuses, are more vulnerable to the effects of radiation. However, should anyone get cancer from the coming radioactive waters, everyone agrees that we’ll never know definitively. That’s because three in 10 Americans will develop cancer over their lifetime anyway. It would take a massive epidemiologic study, requiring years of research and millions of dollars, to trace any cancer back to the low-level radioactive waters from Fukushima. And none are being proposed. However, Abrams issues his own warning about those scientists declaring the low-level radiation to be absolutely “safe” based on a viewpoint that he says isn’t completely science. “Physicists, or at least some of them, are the people in the nuclear industry itself,” said Abrams. “They play down (the risks) at such low doses, but they never talk about it as being cumulative.” With risks that can’t be quantified and consequences that won’t be verified, the radioactive waters coming to the coast this year seem to fit in the category of activities, products and habits no one can label “healthy.” “Keep the exposure to radiation down,” Abrams said.

  5. Lying Liars

    There are no shortages of dangerous LIARS in Japan, USA and Canada. There are no scarcities of funds for these dangerous LIARS to mislead, misrepresent, misdirect, obscure, and confuse the general public on the BAD effects of internal radioactive isotope contamination.

    Fukushima Radioactive Fallout is highly dangerous.

  6. ‘Deaths from birth defects on West Coast spiked in 2011 after radiation release from Fukushima’, Tuesday, July 08, 2014 by: David Gutierrez, staff writer, NaturalNews, http ://www.naturalnews.com/045904_radiation_exposure_birth_defects_Fukushima.html

    Evidence continues to emerge that fallout from the Fukushima nuclear disaster led to an increase in birth defects and infant deaths along the west coast of the United States. In March 2011, a massive earthquake and tsunami triggered multiple nuclear meltdowns at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant in northern Japan. The plume that rose from the plant scattered radioactive materials into the atmosphere worldwide. Just days later, elevated levels of various radioactive isotopes were detected in water, milk and soil across the United States.

  7. ‘Deaths from birth defects on West Coast spiked in 2011 after radiation release from Fukushima’, Tuesday, July 08, 2014 by: David Gutierrez, staff writer, NaturalNews, http ://www.naturalnews.com/045904_radiation_exposure_birth_defects_Fukushima.html

    Infant deaths jumped after disaster: A June 16 report from the Washington State Department of Health notes an increase in cases of anencephaly in central Washington between 2010 and 2014. Anencephaly is a usually fatal condition in which children are born missing parts of their brains or skulls. In June 2011, epidemiologist Joseph Mangano and M.D. Janette D. Sherman, both of the Radiation and Public Health Project, noted that in eight west coast cities (Boise ID, Seattle WA, Portland OR, and the California cities of Berkeley, San Francisco, San Jose and Santa Cruz), the CDC Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report had reported a 35 percent increase in deaths among children under one year of age between the four weeks preceding the Fukushima disaster and the 10 weeks following it. Over that same time period, the number of deaths among that same age group nationwide rose only 2.3 percent. The authors noted that similar increases in newborn sickness and death were seen following the Chernobyl disaster, including in European locations far from the nuclear plant itself. Similar effects have also seen in studies of wildlife living in areas contaminated with radioactive fallout.

    1. debunked

      http ://blogs.scientificamerican.com/observations/2011/06/21/are-babies-dying-in-the-pacific-northwest-due-to-fukushima-a-look-at-the-numbers/

      1. Packaged SHIT

        I am old enough to recall when Scientific American was a valid publication. Those days are long-gone.

        S.A. is NOT worth a glance, much less a review. Has not been noted for scientific integrity, since I don’t know when.Agenda Driven Science, for sale to the ‘High Bidder’. S.A is as scientifically useless as the medieval Jesuit Order.

        S.A. is all asshats; IMHPO

      2. Doctor Brainwasher

        Might as well quote Doctor Brainwasher, John D. Boise, Ann Coulter, Richard A. Muller, Carl Heller, Joseph Hamilton, Abe , Barack Hussein Obama, or TEPCO. One LYING WHORE is as good as another; IMHPO.

        Radiation Whores aplenty, IMHPO.

  8. ‘Deaths from birth defects on West Coast spiked in 2011 after radiation release from Fukushima’, Tuesday, July 08, 2014 by: David Gutierrez, staff writer, NaturalNews, http ://www.naturalnews.com/045904_radiation_exposure_birth_defects_Fukushima.html

    Thyroid connection confirmed: Increases in cases of congenital hypothyroidism (CH) were also seen in Western states immediately following the disaster. This is an expected result of nuclear disasters, which released large quantities of radioactive iodine. Because the body concentrates iodine in the thyroid gland, exposure to radioactive iodine can lead to thyroid abnormalities or cancer. Young and unborn children are particularly vulnerable to this. In two papers published in the Open Journal of Pediatrics, Mangano, Sherman and Chris Busby, Scientific Secretary for the European Union Committee on Radiation Risk, examined CH following the Fukushima disaster.

    “All newborns diagnosed with primary CH born March 17-December 31, 2011, were exposed in utero to radioactive fallout from the Fukushima meltdowns,” Mangano and Sherman wrote in a March 2013 paper. A November 2013 paper found that cases of CH were 21 percent higher and cases of borderline CH were 27 percent higher in California children exposed to Fukushima fallout in utero, compared with children who had gestated either before or after the nuclear disaster.

      1. Total Crap

        ‘Scientific American’, is neither ‘scientific’ nor ‘American’. S.A. is a counter-productive skillet full of assholes, IMHPO. Utterly useless and counterproductive in most searches for truth.

        S. A. is less credible than a carnival ‘barker’; IMHPO

  9. ‘Bizarre’ Cluster of Severe Birth Defects Haunts Health Experts, By JoNel Aleccia, http ://www.nbcnews.com/health/kids-health/bizarre-cluster-severe-birth-defects-haunts-health-experts-n24986

    A mysterious cluster of severe birth defects in rural Washington State is confounding health experts, who say they can find no cause, even as reports of new cases continue to climb. Federal and state officials won’t say how many women in a three-county area near Yakima, Wash., have had babies with anencephaly, a heart-breaking condition in which they’re born missing parts of the brain or skull. And they admit they haven’t interviewed any of the women in question, or told the mothers there’s a potentially widespread problem. But as of January 2013, officials with the Washington state health department and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention had counted nearly two dozen cases in three years, a rate four times the national average. Since then, one local genetic counselor, Susie Ball of the Central Washington Genetics Program at Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital, says she has reported “eight or nine” additional cases of anencephaly and spina bifida, another birth defect in which the neural tube, which forms the brain and spine, fails to close properly. “It does strike me as a lot,” says Ball.

    Health officials originally were alerted to the problem by a nurse, Sara Barron, 58, who was in charge of infection control and quality assurance at Prosser Memorial Hospital, a 25-bed medical center in the farm town set on the Yakima River. A 30-year nursing veteran, she’d seen perhaps one or two devastating cases of anencephaly in her wide-ranging career. “And now I was sitting at Prosser, with 30 deliveries a month and there’s two cases in a six-month period,” Barron said. “Then, I was talking to another doctor about it and she has a third one coming. My teeth dropped. It was like, ‘Oh my God.’” At a regional medical meeting, there were more anecdotal reports. So Barron notified state health officials, who started looking into the problem. “This is bizarre,” Barron said. “This is a very, very small area.” “This is bizarre. This is a very, very small area.” Sara Barron, the nurse who discovered the problem, thinks that health officials could — and should — do more. “I definitely believe something is going on,” she said. “There was something. Maybe it just hit once and blew through, God willing. If there are still cases going on, we need to know.”

  10. Much Worse

    The point of documenting the Fukushima Fallout dangers and negative health impacts in the USA; is to HIGHLIGHT how MUCH WORSE the situation is on Honshu Island Japan, Guam and other nearby nations.

    Plus, to DOCUMENT, how much WORSE it will be when the NEXT USA Nuclear Power Station suffers meltdown(s).

    Finally to DOCUMENT the Lying Level that the USA citizenry can EXPECT, during future radioactive fallout disasters. The LYING by ‘Team Nuke’ and their governmental lackeys is total and continuous.

  11. “patriotic enough to lie”

    You must realize,” one scientist said of an American medical official, that ”some people are patriotic enough to lie.” In her expansive and valuable account of secret medical experiments in the cold war, Eileen Welsome finds many lies, and much else. From the early 1940’s into the 60’s, the armed forces, the Atomic Energy Commission and collaborating universities and hospitals administered nuclear experiments to thousands of unsuspecting or poorly informed Americans — some of them unharmed, others badly damaged and few helped. These experiments included 18 subjects injected with traces of plutonium and several hundred pregnant women given drinks of radioactive iron at a university clinic. And since the nuclear weapons program was — and is — in one sense a giant medical and ecological experiment, Welsome’s coverage extends to others: servicemen contaminated when ordered aboard warships blasted in nuclear tests or into fresh atomic test sites in Nevada and uranium miners working in unventilated facilities, among others.

    Some LIE for governments, others for corporations …

  12. Support by eating SHIT

    On November 15, 1993, journalist Eileen Welsome of The Albuquerque Tribune published “The Plutonium Experiment” describing how the United States Government had injected radioactive plutonium into unconsenting patients and listing five of those patient by name. [1] While the existence of these experiments had been reported on years prior, never before had a journalist uncovered the names of the people affected. In response to the media storm which followed Welsome’s article, then Secretary of Energy Hazel O’Leary vowed to make public whatever documents she could, thus beginning the tedious process of declassifying confidential documents within the Department of Defense and the Department of Energy. [2]

    True to her word, O’Leary initiated the “Openness Initiative”, a result of which is a publicly-available searchable online catalog of documents pertaining to the human experimentation performed by the United States Government during and after World War II (WWII) and throughout the Cold War. Welsome later went on to publish a comprehensive book on her research. [3]

    Due to the multi-generational timespan and sheer scope of the human experimentation sponsored by the government throughout this era, only a subset of them will be addressed here. Following WWII, the recipients of government-sponsored radioactive experimentation was geographically far-reaching and demographically varied. In Tennessee, at the prestigious Vanderbilt University, hundreds of pregnant women were fed mildly radioactive iron at the university’s free clinic. [4] Elsewhere in Tennessee, at the Oak Ridge Laboratories, cancer patients of varying ages were subject to whole-body irradiation. In Massachusetts, under the supervision of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), mentally-challenged students at the local state school were encouraged to consume food and snacks laced with trace amounts of radioactive iron and calcium. In New York, at Columbia University and Montefiore Hospital, terminally-ill cancer patients were injected with radioactive calcium and strontium. Finally, all across the country, from New York to Chicago to California, patients at highly-regarded hospitals were administered injections of plutonium. [5]

    The common thread among patients selected for these experiments was their disadvantaged status, either physically or socioeconomically. Often experimental subjects were the elderly and the terminally-ill, with a common selection criteria of an life expectancy of less than ten years. For obvious reasons, prison inmates were a common choice for test subjects. Inevitably, such scientific studies which have little to no benefit to patients, raise key issues in informed consent. Degrees of informed consent between experiments cannot be broadly generalized and varied from case-to-case.

    http ://large.stanford.edu/courses/2013/ph241/yeo2/

  13. I wanted to die …

    ‘Human radiation experiments in the Pacific’, Glenn Alcalay, 19th March 2014, http ://www.theecologist.org/News/news_analysis/2323244/human_radiation_experiments_in_the_pacific.html

    Castle-Bravo, the first in a series of megaton-range hydrogen bomb tests at Bikini Atoll on March first of 1954, was nicknamed “the shrimp” by its designer – Edward Teller – because it was the first deliverable thermonuclear weapon in the megaton range in the US nuclear holster. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger took note of the significance of Bravo and the new perils associated with widespread radioactive fallout contamination from megaton sized H-bombs – as might happen if the Soviets dropped The Big One on our nation’s capital and the fallout headed up the Eastern Seaboard. Writing about nuclear weapons and foreign policy in 1957, Kissinger wrote: “The damage caused by radiation is twofold: direct damage leading to illness, death or reduced life expectancy, and genetic effects.” [4]

    Almira Matayoshi was one of the Rongelap “natives” referred to by Adm. Strauss. When I interviewed her in 1981 in Majuro she recounted her experience with Bravo: “The flash of light was very strong, then came the big sound of the explosion; it was quite a while before the fallout came. The powder was yellowish and when you walked it was all over your body. Then people began to get very weak and began to vomit. Most of us were weak and my son was out of breath. “I have pains and much fear of the bomb. At that time I wanted to die, and we were really suffering; our bodies ached and our feet were covered with burns and our hair fell out. Now I see babies growing up abnormally and some are mentally disturbed, but none of these things happened before the bomb. It is sad to see the babies now.” [5]

    “It is sad to see the babies now.”

  14. Radiation Contamination effects are Cumulative

    Dear Congressman Filner, House Committee on Veterans’ Affairs, 335 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, D.C. 20515, http ://www.bluewaternavy.org/guam/vanletter.htm

    I found, starting with the Nuclear Weapons testing in the Pacific, Operation Crossroads, that Guam was used as a staging area. Guam between 1946 and the end of the testing, 1963, was a part of the radiation zone for the testing in the Pacific. It was also being used as a decontamination site for the ships of the testing. Apra Harbor and Cocos Lagoon were the areas I found that were being used. (Cocos Island and lagoon tests high for Sr89 and 90 at 4,121ppm on the base).Guam was also a storage area for contaminated munitions from the testing. Guam would have been receiving radiation from the bomb testing by way of water, air and contaminants from the storage and decontamination.

    I would like to take a quote from the “Blue Ribbon Panel Committee Action Report” on Guam.”What was perpetrated against this region was the largest ecological disaster in human history. This disaster was no less than the detonation of over 108,000 kilotons of nuclear explosive directly up jet stream of Guam. The amount of contamination was 42 times the approximately 150 million curiesreleased as a result of testing in the United States of America.” The report indicates that significant amounts of fallout from the testing existed until about 1974. I know the US Government had the Univ. of Washington testing the food supply, water and some vegetation from 1954 to about 1979. They have some of the samples archived. Other ways for radioactive contamination would have also come from the decontamination of planes. As I have said Guam was a part of the radiation zone and planes monitoring the bomb blasts followed and measured the fallout. The planes got pretty hot and some times the planes had to sit on the runway area to cool down before decontamination. This runoff from the planes was ending up in the aquifer as well. Radiation contamination was a fact on Guam and it had many sources.

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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.


July 2014