During my stay with the group “Civil iniative for a world without an atomic threat” / and Federal Working Agency Chernobyl from Germany / Rottweil, I had the chance to visit “former” abandoned village (40 min. from Luninetz). State officals asphalted the sand-street to cover the radioactive sand below. Once there were more than 62 populated houses with families, now only 7 are standing – including one new house WITH a family and small children. Why is that? Did the belarusian governement find away to send the radioactive contamination away? No, they simply follow their plan to call contaminated areas clean, and struck them off the radiation map. This can be called the “Struck off Strategy”.
See here how it is done: CORE program link and Strucking villages off the radiation map. Other reasons are: Holding contaminated areas as contaminated (25 % of Belarus) is too expensive, so better resettle them and make business there, like agriculture – which is very important for Belarus. But it is a crime against the people (more than 2,000,000 are still living in contaminated areas), especially against the children. The 2nd gernation of Chernobyl children is already born and affected by radiation. But does anyone care? Not the WHO or the IAEA – because they have a gag contract since 1959, which does the WHO not allow to make their results about Chernobyl public – this is the gag contract link.
It is 24 years of Chernobyl, 24 years of secrets, of crime against the humanity, 24 hours a day. More in my video or the photos below. Since January 2007 Belarus builds is own atomic power plant – and everyone who says something against atomic power is an enemy of the state – according to belarusian president A. Lukashenko. He even took belarusian Chernoby children as hostages, letting them not allow to trave in other countries – read all about this international scandal here. This means at least 6 months in jail. More about the anti-atomic power movement in Belarus on BelarusAntiAtom.info
various Geman newspapers wrote reports about our trip. See the last photos above or the links here