Memorials, Symbols, Speeches, such as the one by Mr. Obama recently in Hiroshima are intended to historicize certain events, while the genetic load of mutations by Hiroshima and Nagasaki just “started” to develop:
Obama 1: Wants Nuclear Arms Race Moral: http://www.nytimes.com/2016/05/28/world/asia/obama-hiroshima-japan.html?_r=0
Obama 2: Pays 1 Trillion of U.S. people’s money for new Nuclear Weapons: http://billmoyers.com/story/the-trillion-dollar-question-the-media-have-neglected-to-ask-presidential-candidates/
This is the brainwashing mind control and double bind I wrote of in an earlier article.
Now to Japan again: historicize something and you can deny anything and safe money, and overcome a “situation”.
Two days ago: Japan: Fukushima evacuation order to be lifted in July: http://asia.nikkei.com/Politics-Economy/Policy-Politics/Fukushima-evacuation-order-to-be-lifted-in-July
Two years ago: Over 5000kBq/㎡ of Cesium 137 Contamination. Fukushima City, Shinhamachō : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gvn8BPGYy68
Csium 137: A 1,3 billionths of a gram of Cesium 137 (4,000 becquerel) creates a load of 100 Becquerel per Kg in the body of a 40 Kg heavy child.
Turn the globe, and look at another country:
Belarus is one of the most irradiated areas in the world. Completely by Chernobyl since 1986. It is a dictatorpship. Where KGB still is KGB.
Belarus is not the last dictatorship in Europe.
It is the first after Chernobyl.
What you are now about to read are the similarities of two modern / “gentle” dictatorships:
BELARUS & JAPAN:
Belarus: Lukashenko wants to repopulate Chernobyl Chernobyl’s Zone “quickly” http://charter97.org/en/news/2009/4/26/17680/
Japan is one of the most irradiated areas in the world… by TEPCO.
Japan 2011: Evacuation-Ready Zone to Be Abolished on September 30: http://ex-skf.blogspot.com/2011/09/radiation-in-japan-evacuation-ready.html
1996 said the belarusian president Lukashenko during a meeting of the IAEA: “We encourage people to come back. We will open the shops again and enable the people to return to their evacuated towns and villages.”
National statements were made by the President of Belarus, Mr. A. Lukashenko:
quote: “Lukashenko, as far as I understand, is doing it somewhat surreptitiously. It is not an open process. There are reports, for instance, of encouraging agriculture, redeveloping dairying and forestry operations, and encouraging people either to resettle or to move into contaminated areas.” – from (page 51): http://www.wilsoncenter.org/topics/pubs/OP295.pdf
Belarus adopted a new program, that killed financial support for irradiated areas:
March 20, 1997: President Lukashenko has ordered university graduates to teach in areas affected with high levels of radiation from Chernobyl: http://www.russianmeetingplace.com/forums/russia-ukraine-belarus-travel-news/topic.php/312-1.html
Lukashenko sends grads to contaminated areas: http://www.lindsayfincher.com/lukashenko-sends-grads-to-contaminated-areas.html
His statements of “overcoming Chernobyl” can be found from page 47 on, http://www-pub.iaea.org/MTCD/publications/PDF/Pub1001_web.pdf ONE DECADE AFTER
CHERNOBYL Summing up the Consequences of the Accident Proceedings of an International Conference Vienna, 8-12 April 1996
Japan Forced School Children To Clean Radioactive Dirt From Swimming Pools: http://www.examiner.com/civil-rights-in-jersey-city/japan-forced-school-children-to-clean-radioactive-dirt-from-swimming-pools
Here is an article of the belarusian independent newspaper “Luninetz Progulka” – one of only 15 remaining independent in whole Belarus! This article speaks about the reduction of financial suppoert for irradiated areas and “ending Chernobyl” – it was a official decision by the government!
Belarus: Since 2006, non-state Newspaper Inform-progulka Is prohibited for Sale at Newspaper Kiosk
quote “The almost absence of an independent press in Belarus leads to two central problems for the democratic opposition: on one hand their publicity and effectiveness is low and on the other hand, the state press is aggressively used as a propaganda tool against the independent press – and not just since the events following the presidential election.”: http://www.lphr.org/en/news/news-details/article/printmedien-in-belarus/
Japan: The Silencing of Japan’s Free Press: http://foreignpolicy.com/2016/05/27/the-silencing-of-japans-free-press-shinzo-abe-media/
Both still use the death penalty.