Urgent Messages from Murata-San

Urgent Messages from Murata-San
As has been our practice, we are providing here to the public the recent urgent messages from “The Conscience of Fukushima” — M. Murata, former Japanese Ambassador to Switzerland, and one of the most prominent of the Japanese to be calling for “honorable retreat” from the 2020 Olympics, currently scheduled to be held in Japan near the Fukushima disaster zone. Murata-san has these messages for us: [1] Message to International Olympic Committee [20 July 2017] [2] Fukushima Radiation Water Dumping into the Pacific Ocean [16 July 2017] [3] Retreating from the Tokyo Olympic Games [17 June 2017] ———- Subject: Message to International Olympic Committee President Bach Date: 08:56 AM EDT, 07/20/17 From: “mitsu” Dear Friends, I am sending you my message addressed to President Thomas Bach of the IOC.… Read the rest

Fukushima: Nuclear War Without a War

Fukushima: Nuclear War Without a War
Dear Friends, I am sending you the article entitled “Nuclear War Without a War” published in Newsweek , May 24, 2017 — http://newsweekme.com/nuclear-war-without-war/ It is extremely alarming as regards Fukushima, stating as follows: “Fukushima disaster is totally out of control. This is a nuclear war without a war. Fukushima radiation has contained entire Pacific Ocean, Radiation detected in Europe and radiation at Fukushima reactors uncontrollable.” The article refers to the elimination of the production of nuclear material altogether.… Read the rest

Ambassador Murata Speaks at UN University

Ambassador Murata Speaks at UN University
Fukushima Hope:  http://tinyurl.com/FukushimaHope . Dear Friends, . I am sending you the text of my speech made at the Fuji Declaration Symposium held at the UN University on 12 May. . I have attached some photos taken on that occasion. . It is encouraging to note that newly established maternal organizations like “Rising Wemen, Rising World” of Ms. Scilla Elworthty and “the Soul of Wemen” of Ms.… Read the rest

Fukushima Forests Burning Nuclear Risk

Fukushima Forests Burning Nuclear Risk
Murata-san: The Conscience of Fukushima Our correspondent from Japan, Murata-san [Mitsuhei Murata, former Ambassador to Switzerland] has repeatedly warned the world of events at the stricken nuclear reactors located in Fukushima, Japan.* This new warning is particularly troubling, as more radiation is being sent into the atmosphere by the forest fires. The Forests of Fukushima Are Burning and the World Must Take Notice.… Read the rest

Olympics and Paralympics in Fukushima in 2020?

Olympics and Paralympics in Fukushima in 2020?
FUKUSHIMA AN OLYMPIC VENUE? A Message from Our Correspondent in Japan Former Ambassador Murata http://tinyurl.com/FukushimaHope “…organizers are developing J Village, only a few miles from Fukushima Daiichi, into a training facility for Japan’s soccer team and possibly more…” Share on Social Media: http://www.opensourcetruth.com/archives/3346   Dear Health Freedom Friends, I am sending you my message addressed to President Bach of the IOC.… Read the rest

Rice and Radiation: Fukushima Agricultural Group Gets Permission To Sell Rice in the U.K.

Rice and Radiation: Fukushima Agricultural Group Gets Permission To Sell Rice in the U.K.
Anarchy in the U.K.: Brits To Be Third Country To Approve The Sale Of Fukushima Rice Ah, globalization. Despite its problems–jobs going to the lowest bidder, rapacious corporations moving into every corner of the globe, the spread of disease as well as goods–there are some positives. You can get any fruit any time of year, regardless of whether its in season where you live.… Read the rest

Building a Wall Of Ice: Japanese Engineers To Construct Novel New Means To Attempt To Control Radiation Leakage At Fukushima

Building a Wall Of Ice: Japanese Engineers To Construct Novel New Means To Attempt To Control Radiation Leakage At Fukushima
A Wall Of Ice: Japanese Engineers Come Up With A Novel–And Untested–Way To Contain Radioactive Leakage In the wake of the nuclear meltdown at the Fukushima nuclear facility in Japan, one of the biggest problems facing the cleanup crews is that radioactive water has been and continues to leak from the damaged reactors. But now the engineers working for the plant’s operator, TEPCO think they have hit on a novel new way to contain the leakage: a wall of ice.… Read the rest

Taking the Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power Plant Offline Proving To Be A Huge Opportunity To Replace It With Renewables

Taking the Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power Plant Offline Proving To Be A Huge Opportunity To Replace It With Renewables
Dealing With The Devil No Longer: Northern California To Shut Down Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power Plant, Go Completely Zero-Carbon As consumers grow more and more restless at the notion of powering their homes through wasteful and even dangerous means, the ripples are starting to spread even to utility companies. Especially in the wake of the Fukushima Nuclear power plant disaster five years ago, more and more people are seeking to power their homes by truly sustainable means.… Read the rest

Number of U.S. Sailors Sickened By Nuclear Plume Following Fukushima Disaster Continues To Grow

Number of U.S. Sailors Sickened By Nuclear Plume Following Fukushima Disaster Continues To Grow
Fallout From Fukushima: While U.S. Officials Twiddle Their Thumbs, Former Prime Minister Of Japan Weeps For Sickened U.S. Sailors There is something so heartbreaking and infuriating about the way we treat veterans in the U.S. We trot out patriotic performances of songs on veteran-focused holidays, we see baseball and football players in specially made uniforms with camouflage hats or red, white and blue socks.… Read the rest

In The Wake Of All The Reflection Five Years After The Fukushima Disaster, No One Has Paid For Their Mistakes. One Man’s Idea For Rectifying That.

In The Wake Of All The Reflection Five Years After The Fukushima Disaster, No One Has Paid For Their Mistakes. One Man’s Idea For Rectifying That.
They Got Away With It: One Man’s Idea For How Those Responsible For Mishandling The Fukushima Disaster Can Pay For Their Mistakes It’s just over five years down the road from the massive, horrific meltdown at power company TEPCO’s Fukushima Daaichi nuclear power plant, releasing radiation into the atmosphere and the ocean, unleashing god knows what long-term effects on the planet, the people and the animals who happen to live here.… Read the rest