It’s not 23 years after Chernobyl,
It’s “23 Chernobyl years.”
Chernobyl is continuing to harm people and environment (scientific proven by Dr. Gennadi Milinevsky, Kiev, Anders Pape Moller CNRS and Prof. Timothy A. Mousseau, South Carolina ):
US Chernobyl Research Initiative: Consequences for People, insects and birds
Chernobyl was the explosion of a former russian atomic reactor in 1986.
72 % of it’s fallout went down on Belarus – the most Chernobyl affected country in the world. More than 2 million people are still living there in contaminated areas. Here are Belarusian Radiation maps
More: Belarusian independent Chernobyl information
The Government has build an own city around the main capital Minsk, it is called “Malinowka” – it’s like a circle around Minsk. Only for Chernobyl evacuees. The IAEA gags the WHO not to publish any other numbers about death or illness caused by Chernobyl. It’s because of a gag contract between the IAEA and the WHO – since 1959:
Learn about this global scandal here: Independent WHO
That’s why both say only 30 – 50 people died of Chernobyl and 5000 could die. Sources like the IPPNW (web) or the Ukrainian health minstry say: 125,000 people have died (1993) and 800,000 (according to German Federal Working Agency Chernobyl) are affected by Chernobyl. The IAEA denies every other cancer caused by radiation except thyroid cancer. This is because the IAEA is a profiteer of atomic energy: Read more about it here – IAEA and ICRP and ICRP and ALARA
Chernobyl kills invisible and continues. Chernobyl shows that atomic energy is not peaceful. Chernobyl exploded with a yield of 0,2 – 0,3 kilotons. There are atomic weapons which have a lower yield. Source: Robert Green (former British navy member) and Prof. Robert Hesketh (former physicist and atomic operant – CEGB) & Don Arnott – Hinkley Point Hearing 1988 – mentioned in the IPPNW book “Tschernobyl 1996″.
The Belarusian Government denies Chernobyl: 1000 villages struck off from being contaminated
This is also international supported via CORE Program – or “How to end Chernobyl”
The Belarusian Government denies every link between illness and Chernobyl – medics can lose their jobs if they make a connection. Next to Radio Belarus in Minsk is a house where the state records thyroid illnes among belarusian people. Here are photos from April 2009:
And near this house I’ve spotted a white bus. It was from the “Chernobyl Children’s Project International” – view their great website here and watch their interesting and well made movies. Regards to Mrs. Ryan.
And now, ROSATOM - the builder of the Iranian atomic reactors builds an atomic reactor in Belarus: Atomic power crisis
ROSATOM also started a joint venture with SIEMENS (Source) – which recently left AREVA (Areva scandals here)
Olga, a young journalist from Kiev, remembers her childhood as a wonderful time: she used to live in Pripyat, a young town, full of children, mushrooms and flowers. The only problem: Pripyat is located next to the reactor of Chernobyl. At the age of eight years Olga was evacuated with her family. 22 years later she returns with her Brazilian husband to the place of her childhood, which is now a ghost town. A film about the loss of home, the second generation after Chernobyl and the question if it is still dangerous to eat daisies?
Length: 61 minutes, 2008
More information and TRAILER here: lostparadise-themovie.com
Additional coverage in German news mags about LOST PARADISE:
old movie and blog entry HERE
And now more of my works:
Here are the latest photos I’ve made in Belarus
And here is the latest movie I’ve made
This is me, in April 2009, in Minsk:
The Chernobyl doctor’s name is Dr. Kalinskaya, watch her here
with kind regards,
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