Japan Journalist: Plutonium and uranium escaped Fukushima reactors as gas, it was a colossal 9,000ºF inside — Can’t be detected by a Geiger counter — Terrible things are looming for the children, they must be evacuated yet nothing’s done… This is a “criminal nation” — I am worried (VIDEO) http://enenews.com/japan-journalist-plutonium-and-uranium-escaped-from-fukushima-reactors-as-a-gas-temperature-was-9000of-cant-be-detected-by-a-geiger-counter-children-must-be-evacuated-yet-nothing-is-d
Title: Takashi HIROSE
Source: Yonaoshi 3.11
Date: Mar. 8, 2013
Transcript Excerpts
Hirose Takashi, journalist/former engineer: As we speak, radioactive material is seeping through Fukushima’s ground. It makes its way underground, reaches the ocean, to finally end up in the sky.
This kind of fact does not make the news, so everyone forgets about it. If that was talked about every day in the news, the Japanese population couldn’t ignore it. […] In my opinion mass media bear most of the responsibility for it. […] Incidents happen because mass media never take the problem seriously.
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http://nuclear-news.net/2013/10/17/criminal-situation-as-japan-hides-seriousness-of-fukushima-radiation/

TRANSCRIPT:

0:00 People were under shock after the accident,
0:05 then gradually, everyone began to be scared.
0:11 But in the end it was a good thing, a valuable scare.
0:17 They understood it was no longer possible to have trust.
0:22 Unfortunately, man is every day surrounded by thousands of pieces of information.
0:29 And that makes him forget even the most terrible events.
0:35 This is the situation we are facing today.
0:41 As we speak, radioactive material is seeping through Fukushima's ground.
0:49 It makes its way underground, reach the ocean, to finally end up in the sky.
0:55 This kind of fact does not make the news.
0:59 So everyone forgets about it.
1:01 If that was talked about every day in the news,
1:03 the Japanese population couldn't ignore it.
1:07 Instead, all sorts of other things are being shown.
1:12 In my opinion mass media bear most of the responsibility for it.
1:15 They created this situation.
1:20 Nothing has changed since the incident.
1:24 Incidents happen because mass media never take the problem seriously.
1:28 Even though there were a few reports right after the incident,
1:33 they now mention it sparingly.
1:38 The problem with contamination is that we can only measure it,
1:49 within items surrounding us, in the soil, the ground.
1:52 A lot of people today own a Geiger counter,
1:58 But it can only report airborne particles,
2:03 it only measures Gamma rays.
2:07 In fact, when researching the radioactive content out from the reactors,
2:13 and its dispersion, we do not find everything.
2:19 It was about 5000 degrees celsius inside the reactors.
2:25 This was a temperature of colossal magnitude.
2:30 The uranium and plutonium took on a gas form to escape.
2:35 I can find all that based on my calculations but none of this can be detected using a Geiger counter,
2:43 and the same goes for alpha and beta rays.
2:46 No one even measures the strontium level.
2:50 The strontium is the scariest of all.
2:53 It penetrates and stays resident in bones, causing leukemia.
2:59 This is particularly dangerous for the growth phase of children exposed today.
3:07 For children living near contaminated areas like Fukushima,
3:13 We have to immediately set up a plan for their evacuation.
3:20 But when one does not have money, one cannot escape.
3:24 Even if the Fukushima population wanted to leave,
3:29 They could not afford it.
3:34 Now we must act to demand that TEPCO, the company that caused this accident,
3:43 be required to give compensation money,
3:48 so those who want to leave can do it.
4:01 The country must first organize the evacuation of children from Fukushima in groups.
4:11 Instead of leaving them alone to decide where to go.
4:14 Children demand to remain close to their schoolmates.
4:20 We must do this in groups.
4:26 This is achievable.
4:31 Before Japan lost the war, we organized group evacuations
4:36 We managed the escape of children from dangerous areas, by bringing them in the mountains.
4:44 This is something that must be done now.
4:47 But the country does not do anything about it.
4:50 For that I am calling this country a criminal nation.
4:55 If we do not act, terrible things are looming for those children.

4:59 I am worried.