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Japanese people hear it from Fukshima day One: “Panic and fear of radiation is much worse than radiation itself“
This statement is used by the IAEA for Chernobyl victims.
The IAEA ignores cancer, leukemia, diabetes, trisomy 21, all kinds of illness, all kinds of cancer in connection with radiation, especially low radiation.
The IAEA calls it “Radiophobia”.
The present and future victims are perceived as a disturbance to the atomic industry, to the japanese government, to the companies running atomic plants. They are going to end it.
Since the foundation of the IAEA their purpose is: To serve and protect the atomic industry in these five countries: USA, Russia, China, France, Britain.
They also monopolized public health during and after atomic accidents, by the gag contract WHA 12-40 between them and the WHO (1959). SOURCE
Learn more about the International Atomic Energy Association:
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So far had a radioactivity of cesium-134 and cesium-137 have been allowed by a maximum of 600 becquerels per kilogram. Since last weekend the EU limit for food from affected areas in Japan, however, was significantly increased.
Consumer organization FoodWatch (web)and the Environment Institute Munich announced in a joint statement, that:
For example, should fish oil or spices to their previous value to twenty times higher than what corresponds to 12 500 becquerels per kilogram.
The appropriate Emergency Ordinance 297/2011 was on entered into force on March 27th 2011.
Safety standards for Japanese food has been decreased
German Federal Minister of Consumer Aigner contains important information to the public.
This is an act against the health of the people. This is not democratic.
THE E.U. TOOK IT partly BACK: http://www.foodwatch.de/kampagnen__themen/radioaktivitaet/nachrichten/kommissionsentscheidung/index_ger.html
reason: Massive protest of consumer organisations! JAPAN, you can do it also!
history says: Atomic accidents lead to higher radiation limits – which stay flexible. Flexible for incrasing the limit:
The ICRP - another profiteer of the atomic industry – made the recommendations for radiation protection norms, which were accepted by all countries, and which justified the set of regulations of the IAEA. Interesting isn’t it? Here is one:
ICRP said, the tritium emission (from atomic power plants) in water should be 40.000 Bq.
In 1990 they said: Lets make 7000 Bq/ litre.
This was proved by ACES (Comitee for environmental standards, Canada). They said: change the 7000 Bq (Because of cancer danger).
They also said: Lower it to 100 Bq in five years until you get 20 Bq / Litre.
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Where: Germany, Berlin
Room: : Beletage
10117 Berlin, Street: Schumannstr. 8 [map]
When: April 13th 2011
What: Opponents and supporters of atomic energy engaged in different regions of the world will come together and discuss, among them:
Mycle Schneider (International Atomic Energy Consultant and Expert, France)
Rebecca Harms (Co-President Greens / EFA in the European Parliament)
Samai Jai-in (Sustainability Watch, Thailand)
Vladimir Milov (former Deputy Minister of Energy, Russia)
Pradeep Kumar Dadhich (Head of the Centre for Policy and Regulatory Studies, TERI University, India)
Stephen Tindale (Associate Fellow, Centre for European Reform, United Kingdom)
Tetsunari Iida (Director, Institute for Sustainable Energy Policies, Japan)
Registration and information HERE
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A fundamental human train it is, at first to hide something. Every little child who breaks something expensive, is trying to hide the pieces, to avoid being scolded. This principle can be found at every level. At every level, everyone wants to hold back information and downplay the whole thing, it’s a human principle funamentales. Currently the rights of victims in Japan are injured every hour, since March 14th 2011.
The necessary measures to protect the rights and health are not taken. It is about extremely simple things. One would need to keep children at home, have to ban them to go outside, keep the windows closed, as long as radiation is coming form Fukushima. Or an evacuation of children and pregnant women to southern Japan. As a result there would be fewer victims among the children and later-born. Latency of Cesium: Children 4 years, mature: 20 – 25 years. Belarusian people are saying today, 25 years after Chernobyl: “My bones hurt.”
Direct responsibility for downplaying and not taking effective steps goes to:
- The IAEA and WHO - for ignoring sickness, disability, deaths, which occur after months, years or decades among children, new-born, women, men. They recognize only direct deaths and injuries to radiation, during the accident (which was 7 days, during the Three Mile Island accident in the U.S.)
- The chief of the NHK Weather Service, for inadequate or nonexistent information on radiation
- TEPCO CEO Masataka Shimizu for downplaying, inadequate or nonexistent information, for crimes against life and evironment, endangering and / or pressurizing workers
- Ritsuo Hosakay Minisry of Health, Labour and Welfare - for downplaying, inadequate or nonexistent information
Past, present and future radiation damage could have been avoided.
The aim of the persons and organisations above is:
- To keep claims for compensation small and / or unjustified (long time effects of radiation are not accepted by IAEA and WHO, and so by the Health Ministry)
- Limitation of the policy of Decontamination
- To force the Japanese population to accept on behalf of the economic efficiency unhealthy living conditions and contaminated food and contaminated water
- To relieve TEPCO: The burden of proof is imposed on the victims rather than on the polluter of the contamination: This is the mechanism behind it / ALARP
- Victims must therefore justify Decontamination
The UNSCEAR (web) informs the UN General Assembly about the latest on policy and research of the IAEA. The members of the UNSCEAR serve the interests of their national governments, most of which have nuclear programs. These must be protected, not the victims of Chernobyl or Fukushima.
This small group of scientists have full control over politics, and on the recognition that research is paid off, which could perhaps be a threatto their results and decisions.
All submissions that are not consistent with the recommendations and the policy of the Board are stamped as ignorant, emotional, not scientific.
All international U.N. organisation will ignore the fate of the Fukushima children, as they did with the Chernobyl children.
The only hope are Non Government Organisations. A week earlier the first request for children’s rest breaks from Fukushima children came to Germany.
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News from April 13th 2011: Fukushima is now INES 7 – like Chernobyl. The IAEA doesn’t want that. Read here why.
The IAEA organizes propaganda conferences each year. Only those who are recommended by their country’s atomic authority are permitted to participate. Nuclear issues which are subject to criticism are excluded.
The World Health Organization (WHO) also organizes annual conferences. However, WHO is gagged by the IAEA (per Agreement WHA 12-40 of 1959) and is prohibited from independently issuing statements regarding the health effects of atomic accidents.
This means the IAEA’s engineers and physicists are given the legal right to make statements about the health impacts of atomic accidents at the same time medical doctors from the World Health Organization are legally prohibited from doing so. The IAEA’s physicists issue official statements about the biological effects of exposure to radiation or radioactive contamination; they are permitted to assess the impact of accidental exposure or releases of radioactive contamination on human health.
The IAEA has a history of denying that the following health impacts occurred as a result of exposure to radiation and radioactive contaminants: damage to the immune system, stillbirths, thyroid cancer in children, brain damage, mental retardation, trisomy 21, diabetes, fetal abnormalities, disabled children, and all kinds of cancer, illness.
Many of these illnesses occur months, years or decades after initial or continued exposure and therefore, the IAEA and WHO artificially reduce the casualty count by including only those injuries received in the first minutes, hours, days following a nuclear accident.
The proposal to bring TEPCO before the International Criminal Court (ICC) was made by German politician, Stefan Wenzel on April 9th, 2011, during the IPPNW congress in Berlin. Watch his impressive speech here (beginning at 4:08 Min.):
He also brought the following proposal to dissolve the secret relationship between the IAEA and WHO before the “Bundestag”, a federal legislative body in Germany.
The UN General Assembly adopted the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court on July 17, 1998. On July 1, 2002 the statute came into force. “The International Criminal Court is a permanent tribunal to prosecute individuals for genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes.” (Wikipedia, 03/25/2011) Thus far, the ICC has not accepted criminal or civil cases involving the destruction of natural resources and environmental terrorism. The establishment of its authority to do so is long overdue.
In relation to the ongoing accident at Fukushima, responsible officials from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), the World Health Organization (WHO), the operating company (TEPCO) and Japanese nuclear power regulators should be brought before the International Criminal Court and held accountable for their actions.
Failure to aid in tens of thousands of cases and threats to natural resources hundreds of thousands if not millions of people is a Felony.
The behavior of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and the World Health Organization (WHO) following the reactor accident of Fukushima is a scandal. WHO has made public statements trivializing the emergency and ceding all of its responsibilities to the IAEA, citing the treaty of 1957. “What is WHO’s role in nuclear emergencies? Answer by WHO: “Within the United Nations system, the IAEA is the lead agency for coordination of international response to radiation events.” (World Health Organization, Japan Nuclear Concerns, FAQ, 14 March 2011, Geneva)
The IAEA – an organization whose Board of Governors is dominated by and comprised almost entirely of nuclear industry members, holds fast to its opinion that Fukushima should be assessed at Level 5 on the International Rating scale for significant events in nuclear facilities (INES).
The quantity of radioactive Iodine-131 released is a central indicator for the evaluation of nuclear accidents on the INES scale. The release of more than “a few 10 ^ 16 Bq of iodine 131” is classified as a level 7 catastrophic accident this (INES) scale.
Apparently, the IAEA, TEPCO and the Japanese government officials in charge have not clearly stated how much radioactive material has been released throughout the unfolding of the Fukushima disaster. According to estimates by the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty Organization (CTBTO), comprised of 60 monitoring stations world-wide under the auspices of the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty, the first three days of the Fukushima accident alone released about 3.8 x 10 ^ 17 Bq of radioactive Iodine-131. That is about 100 times the official inventory. The Fukushima disaster has also released significant amounts of several other radionuclides which have not even been measured.
Due to these figures, the Fukushima accident would have been legitimately classified as INES level 7 a long time ago. Greenpeace is now in the process of conducting its own analysis.
The behavior of WHO and the IAEA is therefore an unprecedented scandal. An inappropriately small evacuation zone is estimated to have resulted in the needless exposure of pregnant women, children, and other adults to excessive levels of radiation and radioactive contamination beyond 250mSv, the limit set for the recognition of work related cancer among Japanese nuclear power plant employees. Radiation biology assumes that if 10,000 people were exposed to a dose of 1 Sv, then 500 deaths are expected to occur as a result of their exposure (ICRP60) 500-1200 (BEIRV) 580-1740 (RERF), 2400 (Köhler). The ICRP – another profiteer of the atomic industry – made the recommendations for radiation protection standards, which were accepted by all countries and which were used o justify IAEA regulations. Interesting isn’t it?
Here is one:
ICRP set the original safety standard for tritium emission (from atomic power plants) in water at 40,000 Bq/litre.
In 1990 the ICRP said: Let’s lower the safety standard for tritium to 7000 Bq/ litre.
The new 7000 Bq/litre limit was approved by ACES (Committee for Environmental Standards, Canada). They agreed to change the safety limit to 7000 Bq/litre because of the cancer risk.
The ICRP later said: Let’s lower the safety standard to 100 Bq/litre every five years until we get down to 20 Bq /litre.
I think there is a big difference between ‘safety’ limits of 40,000 Bq/litre and 20 Bq/litre!
Said another way, if 40,000Bq/litre was safe, why would they ever lower the limit to 20 Bq/litre?
(thanks to Tadema for help)
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