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Joseph P. Farrell ~ Post-Fukushima: Japan Turns Over Weapons Grade Fissionable Material To The U.S.A.

GizaDeathStar March 30 2014 (Thanks, Minty)

JosephPFarrellMany of you have been following the continued story of the Fukushima tragedy and its ongoing aftermath, and most of this story has concerned itself with the continued spewing of radioactivity at the site. Sadly, it is a story that has dropped off the radar of the western lamestream media presstitutes.

But there is another story related to the Fukushima tragedy, and it is best to review it here before we get to today’s article and comment.

At the time of the disastrous earthquake and tsunami that led to the disasters at the Tepco nuclear power plant, and for a short period of time thereafter, I and many others on the internet were hypothesizing that (1) the earthquake and tsunami were not natural but have been deliberately engineered, and that (2) it was possible that Japan had been engaged in a vast and covert nuclear(and probably thermonuclear) armaments program.

Now, with respect to the idea of a covert nuclear (and probably thermonuclear) weapons program on Japan’s part, this story recently appeared, and it’s worth pondering very carefully in terms of its geopolitical implications, especially against the backdrop of comments we made on last Thursday’s News and Views from the Nefarium, March 27, 2014:

Japan Cedes Control of Nuclear Cache to U.S.

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Ralph Nader ~ The Fukushima Secrecy Syndrome – From Japan To America

CommonDreams  January 24 2014

FukushimaLast month, the ruling Japanese coalition parties quickly rammed through Parliament a state secrets law. We Americans better take notice.

Under its provisions the government alone decides what are state secrets and any civil servants who divulge any “secrets” can be jailed for up to 10 years. Journalists caught in the web of this vaguely defined law can be jailed for up to 5 years.

Government officials have been upset at the constant disclosures of their laxity by regulatory officials before and after the Fukushima nuclear power disaster in 2011, operated by Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO).

“The Obama administration must become more alert to authoritarian trends in Japan that its policies have been either encouraging or knowingly ignoring – often behind the curtains of our own chronic secrecy.”

Week after week, reports appear in the press revealing the seriousness of the contaminated water flow, the inaccessible radioactive material deep inside these reactors and the need to stop these leaking sites from further poisoning the land, food and ocean. Officials now estimate that it could take up to 40 years to clean up and decommission the reactors.

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Fukushima Failure: Decontamination System Stops Functioning

RT  January 9 2014

fukushimaDaichiThe operator of the crippled Fukushima nuclear plant, TEPCO (Tokyo Electric Power Company) has stopped using its systems to decontaminate radioactive water at the facility, Japanese broadcaster NHK reported.

The Advanced Liquid Processing System, or ALPS, has been utilized to liquidate radioactive substances from contaminated water stored at the plant.

The crane to get rid of the container from the ALPS ceased working on Tuesday.

On Wednesday, TEPCO stopped operating all 3 ALPS systems at the facility. The company officials say the system may take a long time to restart.

The container where the radioactive substances are stored has to be replaced when it fills up.

TEPCO, the operator of the Fukushima Daiichi plant, crippled in the 2011 earthquake and tsunami, said that the company plans to decontaminate all radioactive water stored in the tanks by March 2015, NHK reported.

That’s despite the company officials telling The Japan Times a month ago that the radioactive water will be decontaminated by the end of fiscal 2014.

It’s not the first time that the ALPS system has experienced trouble: at the beginning of December, the system was reported to have broken down during trial operations.

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News In 2 Minutes ~ October 26 2013 [Video]

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J. D. Heyes ~ Japanese Doctors Ordered To Cover Up Mass Radiation Sickness Across Population

NaturalNews  October 10 2013

A substantial number of Japanese have suddenly begun suffering nosebleeds that some reports indicate are likely tied to radiation poisoning from the damaged nuclear plants at Fukushima.

The reports are based on a series of tweets, allegedly from Japanese citizens who report the nosebleeds, along with photos of blood-soaked rags and bandages. Many of the reports are flowing through Facebook.

If true, the damaged Fukushima plant continues to wreak havoc

One site says that Japanese doctors who have been treating those afflicted by the massive radiation released when the plant was damaged by a major earthquake-caused tsunami on March 11, 2011, know that their patients have radiation sickness, but they are being prevented from discussing it publicly.

Another phenomenon, according to these online posts and reports, is that the bulk of those suffering nosebleeds are under 30 years old.

Other symptoms being tracked are nausea, dizziness, anemia, rashes and “dullness.”

According to the Facebook site tracking these occurrences:

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Fukushima ‘Not Under Control’ – TEPCO Official Refutes PM’s Assurances

RT  September 13 2013

Members of a Fukushima prefecture panel, which monitors the safe decommissioning of the nuclear plant, inspect a contaminated water tank (C, in the back) which leaked radioactive water at the H4 area of the contaminated water storage tanks, at Tokyo Electric Power Co. (TEPCO)'s tsunami-crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant in Fukushima in this September 13, 2013, photo released by Kyodo.  (Reuters/Kyodo)

The official, Kazuhiko Yamashita, was asked his opinion of comments by Abe regarding the Fukushima Dai-ichi Nuclear Plant to the International Olympic Committee (IOC) in Buenos Aries last Saturday.

“I think the current situation is that it is not under control,” Yamashita said at a hearing in Koriyama City, Fukushima Prefecture, on Friday before further apologizing for the leaks.

In reaction to Yamashita’s comments, Democratic Party of Japan Secretary-General Akihiro Ohata told reporters the prime minister should fully explain what led him to his pronouncement last week.

Following Yamashita’s comments, however, TEPCO released a statement clarifying Abe’s position.

“It is our understanding that the Prime Minister intended his statement ‘the situation is under control’ to mean that the impact of radioactive materials is limited to the area within the port of the power station, and that the densities of radioactive materials on the surrounding waters are far below the referential densities and have not been on continuous upward trends. According to this understanding, we share the same views.”

TEPCO moved to downplay Yamashita’s comments.

“Today, the media have reported that a TEPCO employee mentioned his view regarding the contaminated water issue that ‘the situation is not under control,’” the company said in a statement.

The statement continued that after examining land and sea radioactive density, the contaminated water was only affecting the inner area of the harbor, while no radioactive cesium had been detected in many spots checked beyond the port.

The statement continued that “the TEPCO employee” was fully aware of the situation and had “intended to mention” that contaminated water had in fact leaked into the inner port area, and that water had leaked from the storage tanks. Continue reading