Tuesday, September 30, 2014

ISIS: Tokyo Contaminated & Not Fit for Habitation, Doctor Says

ISIS: Tokyo Contaminated & Not Fit for Habitation, Doctor Says

It is unfortunate that, besides the obvious, ISIS also stands for the Institute of Science In Society. Perhaps it would be opportune for this ISIS to consider altering their name to the Institute of Science And Society (ISAS) before the NSA sends in the drones….

ISIS Report 24/9/14: Tokyo Contaminated & Not Fit for Habitation, Doctor Says


All 23 districts of Tokyo contaminated with radiation, worse than at Chernobyl after the accident, and blood cells of children under ten are showing worrying changes; the WHO, the IAEA & the Japanese government cannot be trusted

Susie Greaves

In July 2014 Dr Shigeru Mita wrote a letter to his fellow doctors to explain his decision to move his practice from Tokyo to Okayama city in the West of Japan [1]. In it, he appeals to their sense of duty to answer the anxieties of parents in Japan who do not believe the information coming from the authorities. He says “I must state that the policies of the WHO, the IAEA or the Japanese government cannot be trusted.” and “if the power to save our citizens and future generations exists somewhere, it does not lie within the government or any academic association, but in the hands of individual clinical doctors ourselves.”

Mita claims that all 23 districts of Tokyo are contaminated, with the eastern area worst affected – up to 4 000 Bq/kg. (The becquerel is a unit of radioactivity. One Bq is the activity of a quantity of radioactive material in which one nucleus decays per second.) These findings confirm what the nuclear physicist Arnie Gundersen of Fairewinds Nuclear Education found in 2012, when he picked up five random soil samples in Tokyo from between paving stones, in parks and playgrounds. The levels of contamination were up to 7 000 Bq/kg; in the US, anything registering these levels would be considered nuclear waste [2].nWhile practising in Tokyo, Mita also discovered changes in the white blood cells of children under 10.


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