#Fukushima is NOT over−−> 自らの命を亡くす覚悟はあったか? Were you prepared to die?

“Our true voice does not come across through the [reports of the] investigation commissions. For that part, I think we should spread the message in various ways. Not just my experience, but the experience of my colleagues who worked at the plant together, I would like to tell properly.”  – Masao Yoshida

NOTE:  WE ARE THE MEDIA NOW.   BE ALARMED AND ALARMING:

Fukushima – Tepco refuses to give access to independent third parties. So, there is no independently confirmed report. To start there were 6 reactors at Fukushima Daiichi; three blew up. The radiation from a fourth reactor that did not blow up is the highest of the four.  It is so high that neither humans nor robots can even enter the #2 reactor building. 
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There are also seven (7) pools for highly radioactive used reactor cores. It is not independently known how many of the seven reactor core pits still exist. 
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The four crippled reactors had 429 tones of reactor core in the reactors and thousands of tons of old used cores in the water pits.
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Chernobyl terrorized the world when 53 tonnes of the core burned.
Therefor, Fukushima is an Extinction Level Event. The whole planet is already contaminated and yet, to date, no corrective measures have been done.

We are the Media Now.  Grasp the harsh global realities.  BE THE MEDIA NOW.   #Fukushima is NOT OVER.   It’s an ELE,  People….. with no efforts to contain, beyond nuclear media propaganda.   Triple #Nuclear Meltdowns. NO EFFORTS TO CONTAIN.  THINK THINK THINK locally. ACT globally.  OCCUPY virtually virtuallly virtualllllllllllllly.

311 is not over

TUESDAY, JULY 9, 2013

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Just In: Masao Yoshida, #Fukushima I Nuke Plant Manager at the Time of Accident, Died

Mainichi Shinbun (7/9/2013):

東京電力福島第1原発の吉田昌郎(よしだ・まさお)元所長(58)が9日午前、死去したことが分かった。東電関係者が取材に明らかにした。在任中の2011年3月に東日本大震災と原発事故が起こり、現場対応に当たった。同年12月に退任。12年7月に脳出血で緊急手術を行った。

Masao Yoshida (age 58), who was the plant manager at Fukushima I Nuclear Power Plant, died in the morning of July 9. Sources at TEPCO revealed the news to Mainichi. While he was the plant manager in March 2011, the Great East Japan Earthquake and the nuclear accident happened. He led the accident response at the plant. He left the post in December 2011. He underwent an emergency surgery in July 2012 for cerebral hemorrhage.

Jiji Tsushin says the cause of death was the cancer of the esophagus.

In the first and the only interview he gave was right before the emergency brain surgery. He said he saw divine beings in the workers, who would go out and do the work in a hellish situation, come back and go out again. He said he would like to spend his time speaking for the workers.

He did not get the chance. He must have had so much he wanted to say. He has now joined the divine beings. May he rest in peace.

For those of you who haven’t read them, here are my posts from August 2012, on his interview on July 10, 2012, right before he fell ill.

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Video Interview of Former Plant Manager of #Fukushima I Nuke Plant Masao Yoshida: “I Saw Divine Beings in Workers in Hellish Situation” (Part 1 of 2)

Mainichi Shinbun has the slightly-paraphrased but full transcript of the video interview with Masao Yoshida, former Plant Manager of Fukushima I Nuclear Power Plant. Since late July he has been hospitalized for cerebral hemorrhage, but the video interview, which was conducted on July 10, was shown at a small symposium in Fukushima on August 11, 2012.

I hope for the full recovery for Mr. Yoshida, so that he can continue to speak for the workers who have worked and who still work at the plant, trying to make the plant as stable as possible.

Mainichi’s article reporting on the symposium has a screen capture of the video, which seems to be subtitled in English by the symposium organizer (a bookstore). But I don’t have access to the video, so the following is my translation from the Mainichi transcript. It is most likely different from the official translation by the symposium organizer, and the mistakes contained in the translation below would be my mistakes, not the organizer’s.

Here’s Part 1 of the translation. The sentences are broken into paragraphs for easier reading. There are no paragraphs in the original Japanese text.

From Mainichi Shinbun (8/11/2012):

−−第1原発の現場の声を伝えてほしい。
Tell us about what it was like at Fukushima I Nuclear Power Plant.

◆昨年の大震災、それから私たちの発電所の事故で福島県の地元の方々に本当にご迷惑をおかけしている。この場で深くおわび申し上げる。まだしばらくこういう状況が続くが、我々も全力を挙げて復旧しており、ご理解をお願いする。

本来ならこの講演会に自分で出てきたいと思っていたが、昨年末から病気でずっと入院していてまだ体力が回復していない。そういう中でこういうビデオレター ということで失礼する。政府などの事故調査委員会が開催されている中で、なかなか一般のマスコミの方に我々の生の声を届けるわけにはいかないと思ってい た。事故調査委員会が一段落するまでは変な形でお話しをすることはルール違反になると私は思っていた。そういう中で(今回)話を聞いていただけるというこ とは大変ありがたいと思っている。

The last year’s earthquake and tsunami, and the accident of our nuclear power plant, have caused a great deal of hardship to the local residents in Fukushima Prefecture. I would like to take this opportunity to apologize deeply. The situation is likely to continue for a while, but we are doing our best to restore the plant. Please understand.

I wanted to come to this symposium in person, but I’ve been hospitalized since the end of last year and my strength hasn’t been restored. So please excuse me for talking to you through video like this. As long as the accident investigation commissions were conducting their investigations, I didn’t think I should speak to the mass media about the real situation at the plant. I thought it would be a violation of the rules to speak out, until the accident investigation commissions concluded their investigation. So, I welcome (this opportunity) in which you kindly allow me to speak.

−−発電所からの全面撤退がささやかれている。事実は?
Some say you [or TEPCO] contemplated full withdrawal from the plant. Is that true?

◆しゃべりだすととまらないが、基本的に私が考えていたのは第1原発をどうやって安定化させるかということに尽きる。そういう時に我々が現場を離れるとい うことは絶対にあってはならない。かといって人命は非常に尊いので、関係のない人といったらおかしいが、事故の収拾に直接関与していない人には避難してい ただく。ただやはり現場で原子炉を冷やしたり、そういう作業をしている人間は撤退できないと思っていたし、本店にも撤退ということは一言も言っていない し、私は思ってもいなかった。本店には一言も撤退と言っていないということは間違いない。事故調にもそう話をしている。あとでいぶかしく思ったが結局、本 店と官邸の間でそういう撤退騒ぎが起こっているが現場では一言も絶対そういうことは言っていない。これは間違っていない。

I could go on forever on the topic, but basically all I was thinking at that time was how to stabilize the plant. In such a situation, leaving the scene of the accident should never happen. However, the life is extremely precious, and people who were not involved, people who were not directly involved in the accident needed to be evacuated. Those people who were engaged in cooling the reactors, I didn’t think they could evacuate. I have never said a word about withdrawal to the TEPCO headquarters, and it didn’t enter my mind at all. I am 100 percent sure that I never said a word about withdrawal, and that’s what I told the accident investigation commission [of the Cabinet Office] so. I was puzzled later [about the issue], but the fuss over “withdrawal” happened between the TEPCO Headquarters and the Prime Minister’s Office, but we at the plant never said a word about that [withdrawal]. I’m quite positive on that.

−−自らの命を亡くす覚悟はあったか?
Were you prepared to die?

◆覚悟というほどの覚悟があったかはよくわからないが、結局、我々が離れてしまって注水ができなくなってしまうということは、もっとひどく放射能漏れにな る。そうすると5、6号機はプラントはなんとか安定しているが、人もいなくなると結局あそこもメルト(ダウン)するというか、燃料が溶けることになる。そ のまま放っておくと、もっと放射能も出る。福島第2原発も一生懸命、プラントを安定化させたが、あそこにも人が近づけなくなるかもしれない。そうなると非 常に大惨事になる。そこまで考えれば、当然のことながら逃げられない。

そんな中で大変な放射能、放射線がある中で、現場に何回も行ってくれた同僚たちがいるが、私が何をしたというよりも彼らが一生懸命やってくれて、私はただ 見てただけの話だ。私は何もしていない。実際ああやって現場に行ってくれた同僚一人一人は、本当にありがたい。私自身が免震重要棟にずっと座っているのが 仕事で、現場に行けていない。いろいろな指示の中で本当にあとから現場に話を聞くと大変だったなと思うが、(部下は)そこに飛び込んでいってくれた。本当 に飛び込んでいってくれた連中がたくさんいる。

私が昔から読んでいる法華経の中に地面から菩薩(ぼさつ)がわいてくるというところがあるが、そんなイメージがすさまじい地獄のような状態で感じた。現場 に行って、(免震重要棟に)上がってきてヘロヘロになって寝ていない、食事も十分ではない、体力的に限界という中で、現場に行って上がってまた現場に行こ うとしている連中がたくさんいた。それを見た時にこの人たちのために何かできることを私はしなければならないと思った。そういう人たちがいたから、(第1 原発の収束について)このレベルまでもっていけたと私は思っている。

I don’t know if I was prepared, but in the end, if we were to leave and water injection stopped, more radiation would leak. Then, Reactors 5 and 6, which were somehow stable, would melt, I mean the fuel would melt, once there was no one at the plant. If the plant was left all by itself, more radiation would leak. We managed to stabilize Fukushima II (Daini) Power plant, but we might not be able to be there [if Fukushima I was abandoned and more radiation leaked]. That would be a catastrophe. If you think that way, there is no way we could just run away.

In that situation, in the tremendous amount of radioactivity, my colleagues went to the scenes of the accident a number of times. It was them who did all they could, and all I did was to watch them do it. I didn’t do anything. I really appreciate and thank every single one of my colleagues who went to the scenes of the accident. My job was to stay put in the Anti-Seismic Building, and I couldn’t go to the accident scenes. I gave orders, and when I heard from the workers later, I knew it was a serious [terrible] situation. But [people who worked under me] went there without hesitation. There were many of them, who literally jumped into the scenes of the accident, trying to contain it.

In a Buddhism text that I’ve been reading for a long time, there is a mention of divine figures issuing from the ground. That was what I felt was happening in the hellish situation at the plant. Workers would go to the scenes of the accident, then come back upstairs (at the Anti-Seismic Building), they were dead tired, without sleep, with not enough food, reaching the limit of their physical strength. Then they would go out again, and come back, and go out again. There were many workers like them. When I saw these workers, I knew I had to do whatever I could for them. It’s my belief that we have been able to restore the plant to the current level [of relative stability], because of these workers.

The precise word Mr. Yoshida uses for “divine figure” is “Bodhisattva” – one who vows to save all beings before becoming a buddha.

It was probably the first time that anyone from TEPCO spoke words of praise and appreciation for the workers at the plant in a personal way like Mr. Yoshida did. According to the local Fukushima newspapers, Yoshida’s words were much appreciated by the families whose members worked or still works at the plant.

(Part 2 of 2) Video Interview Transcript of Former Plant Manager of #Fukushima I Nuke Plant Masao Yoshida: “We Put the Names of Workers on the Whiteboard, As a Grave Marker”

Following the part 1 , here’s the part 2 of the video transcript of Mr. Masao Yoshida, former plant manager of Fukushima I Nuclear Power Plant.

Again, the occasion was a small symposium in Fukushima on August 11, 2012, and Mr. Yoshida’s video interview was done in July, before he had cerebral hemorrhage.

The transcript is from Mainichi Shinbun article (8/11/2012), not from the video which only 140 or so people who attended the seminar got to watch.

−−吉田さんは所員の精神の支柱だった。
Workers relied on you as their mental [emotional] support.

◆私は何もしていない。私のとりえは福島第1原発に4回、赴任したことだ。第1原発のメンバーの名前もほとんどわかっているし、協力企業さんも結構つきあ いがあり、名前で呼べるんですね。「○○さん、○○くん、大丈夫か」とか。それだけだ。それで声をかけただけだ。私は。何もできていない。みんなやってく れたということだ。いまだにそう思っている。

I didn’t do anything. All I can say is that I have worked at Fukushima I Nuclear Power Plant on 4 different appointments. I know almost all [TEPCO] workers at the plant, and I know many in the affiliate companies. I know their names. “Mr. so-and-so, are you alright?” That was it. I asked them. That’s all I did. I couldn’t do anything. Everyone else did it. That’s how I still feel.

−−事細かなコミュニケーションをとったということか?
You mean you took time to communicate with them?

◆そうだ。やはり知らない間じゃないということだ。昔から一緒に仕事をした仲間だ。そういう仲間が大変な現場に行って帰ってき、出て行くというのを見ているので、頭を下げるしかない。

Yes. We know each other. We’ve been working together for a long time, we’re colleagues [we’ve been in this together]. I watched these colleagues of mine go to the horrendous scene of the accident at the plant, come back, and go back out again. All I could do was to bow my head [and thank them].

−−3号機が爆発した段階では死ぬかと思ったか?
Did you think you would die when Reactor 3 blew up?

◆今回一番インパクトがあったのは1号機もそうだが、3号機の爆発というのがあった。これは今まで経験した中で非常に、あとから考えれば水素爆発だった が、その時点では何が起こったかわからないという状態なので、これから、もう破滅的に何か起こってるんじゃないかと思った。爆発について。一つは自分が死 ぬということ、メンバーも含めて、免震重要棟の人間は死んでたっておかしくない状態だった。3号機なんかは特にそうだった。あれだけのがれきが飛んでき て。私は、最初は行方不明者が何人ということを聞いた時に、確か数十人レベルでまだ安否が確認できていないというのが最初の状況だった。ああこれは10人 ぐらい死んだかもしれないというふうに思った。そこから時々刻々、だれだれがという話が入ってきて、軽傷の人間は何人かいたが。それから自衛隊の方には本 当に申し訳なかった。水を補給しにきてくれた自衛隊の部隊がけがをされて、本当に申し訳ないと思っている。不幸中の幸いで人命にかかわるものではなく、こ れはある意味、仏様のあれかなという感じが私はしている。

In addition to Reactor 1 [‘s explosion], Reactor 3’s explosion made the strongest impact [on me]. In retrospect it was a hydrogen explosion, but at that time we didn’t know what was happening. I thought something catastrophic had happened. About the explosions. I could die, and all people in the Anti-Seismic Building could die, at any moment. It was particularly so after the explosion at Reactor 3. That much debris flying all over. When I first heard that several people were missing, safety of tens of people was not confirmed yet. I thought, maybe more than 10 people just died. Then, more information started to come in, confirming the safety of people, though there were some with minor injuries. And I feel very sorry for the Self Defense Force. The SDF troop came to supply water and they were caught in the explosion and were injured. I am very sorry. One consolation is that injuries were not life-threatening, and I feel as if it was some kind of divine providence.

−−原発に残ったメンバーの名前をホワイトボードに書くように指示したとのことだが、どのような思いだったか?
You instructed your people to write down the names of the members who remained in the plant on the whiteboard. What were you thinking?

◆ほとんどその時のことを思い出せないが、たぶん、要するに最後まで残って戦ったのはこんな人間だぞということを残しておこうということだ。今から思えば。わかんないですよ。私自身。本当に。

I hardly remember how it was, but probably I just wanted to show what kind of people remained and fought till the bitter end. In retrospect. I don’t know myself, really.

−−墓標になると思って書いたということか。

You thought it would serve as a grave marker.

◆はい。そうだ。

Yes.

−−最後に何かお話はあるか?

Any last thoughts, comments?

◆いずれにしても今回の事象は、いろいろ国会とか政府事故調、民間事故調などで書かれているが、我々は特に政府事故調にはすべてを話をさせていただいた。 マスコミの方からいろいろ問い合わせがあるが、お話は全部すべてそちらでさせていただいているので、そこをベースに考えていただければいいと思っている。 ただやっぱりなかなか我々の肉声というのは通じない。調査委員会を通すと肉声がなかなか届かない。その部分はいろいろな形でちゃんとメッセージを発信して いかないといけないと思っている。私一人ではなくてあそこで一緒にやったいろいろな仲間の経験をちゃんと伝えたい。

This event [Mr. Yoshida uses an industry term for this accident] has been discussed and written up by the investigation commissions by the Diet, Cabinet Office, and the private foundation. We [at TEPCO] have thoroughly discussed with the Cabinet Office investigation commission in particular. There are many inquiries from the mass media, but we have said all to these commissions [TEPCO wasn’t interviewed by the private commission] so I think it is enough for the media to go from there. But it is hard to have our true voice heard. Our true voice does not come across through the [reports of the] investigation commissions. For that part, I think we should spread the message in various ways. Not just my experience, but the experience of my colleagues who worked at the plant together, I would like to tell properly.

−−これから第1原発や福島県はどうあるべきか?

How should Fukushima I Nuke Plant and Fukushima Prefecture be, from now on?

◆そういう次元の高い話になると今すぐに答えがないが、やっぱり発電所をどうきちっと安定化させるかがベースだ。そこができていない中で、地元にお帰りい ただくわけにはいかないので、そこが最大の(課題だ)。これは事故当時も言っていたが、日本国中だけでなく世界の知恵を集めて、より発電所、第1原発をよ り安定化させることが一番求められている。いろいろなだれの責任うんぬんということもきちっとやるべきだが、やはり発電所を少しでも安定させる。それには 人も必要だし、技術もいろいろな知恵が必要だ。そこに傾注するということが重要なことだと思う。そのうえで、地元の方々に(通常の)生活に戻っていただけ るか考えることができる。いずれにしても現場を落ち着かせる、安定化させることが一番重要な責務だ。私はちょっとまだ十分な体力がないが、戻ったらそういう形で現場のために力を届けたい。

That’s a high-level question, and I don’t have a ready answer for that. But it comes down to how to make the plant stabilized in a proper way. We cannot have the residents [in the surrounding areas] come back home while this is not accomplished, so it is the largest (task). What’s needed most, as I was also saying during the accident, is to make Fukushima I Nuke Plant more stabilized, using the knowledge and expertise not just in Japan but in the world. We should properly assign responsibility [for the accident] on people, but what’s most important is to make the plant as stable as possible. We need people for that, we need technologies and new ideas. I think it is important to focus [on the stabilization of the plant]. Only then we can decide whether the local residents can return to their normal lives. In any way, the most important task is to calm down, stabilize the situation at the plant. I still don’t have enough strength, but when I come back [from illness] I want to do all I can for the plant that way [i.e. making the plant more stable].

It seems it was this last paragraph that went on a “telephone game” in some foreign media:

  1. Yoshida says they need to stabilize the plant.
  2. That means the plant is not stable, as of now.
  3. Therefore, the plant is unstable, in danger.
  4. Run! It’s dangerous.

All Mr. Yoshida said was the plant needs to be made more stable, in a proper way – replacing Kanaflex hoses would be one, removing the debris and clutter would be another – so that the plant’s various operations can run in a smooth, predictable manner, with no accidents like small fires and water leaks, not to mention major accidents.

By the way, this “Yoshida said the plant is not stable” duly came back to Japan as a credible piece of news in English, but it quickly disappeared among more sensational headlines (like butterfly mutation due to Fukushima radiation, for one).

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Do your own research.  

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Remember when a google search of Fukushima brought in more than 63,000,000 results.

Where did they all go??  What comes up first now?

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What are Efforts to Contain Fukushima? None.

http://www.veteranstoday.com/2012/10/11/what-are-efforts-to-contain-fukushima-2/

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http://www.veteranstoday.com/author/bobnichols/

1. “Put the reactors under water.” Fukushima: How Many Chernobyls Is It? by Bob Nichols, VeteransToday, May 28, 2011. http://www.veteranstoday.com/?p=108559

“Specially equipped submarines can then pick up the pieces of reactor cores from under water. The surface of the ocean blocks the escape of radiation.”

Fukushima’s Melted Reactors 500 Days On, Bob Nichols, Veterans Today, Jul 29, 2012.  http://www.veteranstoday.com/?p=217362

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1946 Radioactice Isotopes origen_seminar_2006” Kill One Kill Twelve Kill Millions Kill Billions Bob Nichols, Jun 9, 2012, Veterans Today. http://www.veteranstoday.com/?p=210465

Recent ORIGEN-S Developments, Oak Ridge Nuclear Weapons Lab, Various authors.

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Safety. Ian C. Gauld. NSTD – Reactor … (1946 nuclides in database) … Developed at Oak Ridge National Laboratory for the Nuclear Regulatory …. Dickens et al … http://www.scribd.com/doc/109669862

2. “M249 – Machine Gun,”

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3. “Day 532 Post Fuke Blues,” by RosyHeart1, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DrAHn3Ox0YU

Also, “Mutate, Why Wait” by RosyHeart1 is at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2jsqPbb-3g4&feature=player_detailpage

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4. Fukushima Odyssey, By Yoichi Shimatsu, 9-1-12, the Jeff Rense Show. http://rense.com/general95/fukuodyss.html

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CHERNOBYL: Consequences of the Catastrophe For People and the Environment

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Reference pdf…. download, read, share, keep handy;

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Fukushima Global Nuke Disaster: On Death and Dying  https://www.facebook.com/pages/Fukushima-Global-Nuke-Disaster-On-Death-and-Dying/170586539762056

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Occupy Virtually.

WE HAVE ALL BEEN POISONED.

#311 is NOT over.  

WE are the Media Now. So Be it.

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Hello World! Note: 311 is NOT over. SanOnofre is NOT OVER. Who ya gonna believe about matters nuclear, huh? Yeah.

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Nevermind if that team of #nuke experts comes up with their ol’ sorry slogans about ‘run naked in the streets if you have to’….

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DON’T DO IT.  DEAD PROTESTORS DON’T GET THE JOB DONE.  

Here, watch some videos today, and share with your friends, today:  http://allreactorsleakallthetime.com/about/

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Back in the olden days (60′S and 70′s etc) , didn’t they used to recruit college kids to do what the algorithms are doing now?? GET MAD ABOUT THE JOB LOSSES, HUH?  Sure, FB trolls pick up some of the slack, but they can’t be paid much more than minimum wage, without benefits, can they?!!!  What a collection they are, too….huh?  Kids studying for engineering degrees in “Nigeria” all the way to ‘Harvard Grads’…….d’oh!!   Somebody help them re-write those playbooks, huh?  It’s the 21st Century….. 
 
Isn’t it really much like the concerns of USA becoming a “Police State”….. you know, the USA leads the world in the number of incarcerated citizens, and has for quite some time.  (Years!!! Connect those dots, huh?)   And good golly, they have even PRIVATIZED those prisons…….so if we deal with basics…. ahem, slave labor issues???  😕   Just saying……
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There are major distractions from everywhere lately …… apparently …..distractions from primarily the on-going global DePopOps…….It seems that fewer and fewer are talking any truth about #Fukushima.   It triggered that nasty ELE, Extinction Level Event for Humanity too,  back in March 2011, that is progressing nicely without fanfare or news.  They even have plans, apparently, to ERASE IT FROM THE HISTORY BOOKS and INTERNET….!  That’s a work in progress…… Stay Alert.  It was premature in 2012, but they know now that most are nearly back to sleep….. STAY ALERT.
assholes still in charge
We just saw a crowd of anti-nukers hip-hip-hooray-ing about the promise by SCE that ‘yep, we’re gonna decommission the #SanOnofre Stationary #Nuclear Weapons Facility…..yep, we sure are….stand by…..after a few reports to shareholders, maybe we can pull out like TEPCO, and leave the State holding the bag, while we deal with the ‘next generations’ (of mutants??!!)
wolf strong enough
Does anybody else find it odd that a group of CORPORATIONS runs USA Stationary #Nuclear Weapons Programs, i.e. SONGS, aka #Fukushima USA.  One would think such programs would have a military leadership, not TED and Gangs.  😕    What sort of rabbits will they pull out of the hat next to protect their Shareholders??  Stay Alert!  What distractions will the nuclear propaganda machinery have in stores for the masses??  Stay Alert!!
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Remember, thoughts are things and WE ARE THE MEDIA NOW, the #nuCLEAR MEDIA now.
The blog, ALL REACTORS LEAK ALL THE TIME,  has a ‘new look’ to it…. see if you like it more, huh?

#311 is NOT Over.  #Fukushima is NOT Over.  #SanOnofre is NOT OVER, and is nothing to break out in SONGS about……  STAY ALERT…..

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THINK LOCALLY. ACT GLOBALLY. OCCUPY VIRTUALLY….. as if lives depend on it.

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DO YOUR OWN RESEARCH; DRAW YOUR OWN CONCLUSIONS:

See more @ http://www.veteranstoday.com/author/bobnichols/

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ENERGY FOLLOWS THOUGHT.
THOUGHTS ARE THINGS.
WE ARE THE MEDIA NOW.
THINK THINK THINK 
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LUCY OCCUPY SAID:
ALL REACTORS LEAK ALL THE TIME
ASK ABOUT FUKUSHIMA NOW

We have been warned We are the Media Now wtf alert

Hello World! COUNTDOWN to MELTDOWN …

COUNTDOWN TO SAN ONOFRE MELTDOWN IS ON….

SCE uses broomsticks, plastic bags and tape to fix SanOnofre Stationary Nuclear Weapons Facility prior to lethal EXPERIMENTAL restart!  Millions and Millions at Risk!!  Lives and Dollars!  What’s the Priority?! Tic Toc.

NUCLEAR ROULETTE

Note to the People of the Planet: WE ARE THE MEDIA NOW, the nuCLEAR Media. Fukushima is an Extinction Level Event. Experimental restart of FukuUSA (SONGS, SanOnofre, Fukushima USA) appears to be another DePopOP.....PROFITS BEFORE LIVES.   What say you now???!!! Think locally. Act globally. Occupy virtually. Get it yet???

COUNTDOWN TO SAN ONOFRE MELTDOWN IS ON….

cant fix stupid not even with duct tape

"...The NRC staff has reviewed the licensee's analysis and, based on this review, it appears that the three standards of 10 CFR 50.92(c) are satisfied. Therefore, the NRC staff proposes to determine that the license amendment request involves no significant hazards consideration...."

mainstream media based on facts

‘NO SIGNIFICANT HAZARDS’ smells a lot like ‘NO IMMEDIATE DANGER’  doesn’t it?

Master Snake Oil Collecting-paper-snakeoil

“….Predictably, these devious snake oil salesmenare amping up to Approve the Restart of FukuUSA, the badly broken big San Onofre Nukes in San Diego, California. The San Onofre Nuke Reactors are built on land leased from Camp Pendleton….   About 21 million people are in the San Diego/Tijuana-Los Angeles areas. Do the Pro-Nukers care? Of course not. Attention Marines: See Sources and Notes Item No 13 below…..”

 All Nuclear Reactors Leak All of the Time.

http://www.veteranstoday.com/2013/04/06/all-reactors-leak-all-the-time/

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Governor, Attorney General and all Representatives!!!!! MISTER PRESIDENT???!!!  Marines??!!

Hold emergency session now! Dispatch armed National Guard to the SanOnofre Stationary Nuclear Weapons Facility! Conduct Investigations and present to the Grand Jury for handing down of indictments for all involved in the corruption and conspiracies and attempts to commit mass maimings and murders!!

More than 21,000,000 lives are at immediate risk with the proposed EXPERIMENTAL RESTART, and they surely know it. 

Be swift.  They are apparently a soul-less, dangerous crowd with extreme psychopathic tendencies,

believing they are above the laws of the land.  

Engage the support of these Agencies and/or initiate investigations including their leadership and all at SCE. Involve the Commander at Camp Pendleton, too.

Protect the People of California, the USA, the World.

"Those who have the privilege to know have the duty to act."

einstein

Thank you for honoring your Oaths of Office and doing everything possible

to protect and serve America and her People,

and thereby, the People of the Planet.  

Tank Songs

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SCE uses broomsticks plastic bags and tape to 'fix' SanOnofre prior to lethal experimental restart! http://www.10news.com/news/investigations/photograph-picture-given-to-team-10-shows-plastic-bags-tape-broomsticks-used-to-fix-leak-at-san-onofre-043013

.songs polite hearings sce epic fail

https://www.facebook.com/events/337894486326043/

San Onofre SONGS polite PUBLIC NUCLEAR HEARINGS 2013 NO RESTART/START THE TRIALS/SEND IN NAT’L GUARD
Public · By Lucy Occupy
y u no see lies so obvious lies

Same tape, plastic bags and broomstick story, with videos:

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/05/02/san-onofre-leaky-pipe-fixed-tape-plastic-bag_n_3203289.html?utm_hp_ref=green&ir=Green #SanOnofre #Nuclear Alert: "If that's nuclear technology at work and that's how we're going to control leaks I think the public should know," the inside source said.

'Snakes and Snails and Puppy Dog Tails....' TREAT THE NUKE BOYZ LIKE THE MAD DOGS THEY ARE..... SHUT 'EM DOWN..... Start the Trials .... Prepare the Gallows.... We are the Media Now...the nuCLEAR Media Now. So be it.  

 All Nuclear Reactors Leak All of the Time.

http://www.veteranstoday.com/2013/04/06/all-reactors-leak-all-the-time/

ALL NUCLEAR REACTORS LEAK ALL OF THE TIME   VT  4 6 2013

“…Throughout history tyrants slaughtered innocent people without remorse. Pro-Nukers make them look like grade school children in comparison. We all know the tyrants names: Stalin, Hitler, Genghis Khan.


But, who knows the name of your local random murderer – your local Pro-Nuker? Killing is what Pro-Nukers do best. The numbers of the nuclear dead are astonishing. What’s more, they’ve got your number, too. Which Humans?…”

I SPIT ON YOUR GRAVE

http://www.veteranstoday.com/2013/03/08/i-spit-on-your-grave/

Public-Domain-Master-Sergeant-Woods-readies-the-Gallows-at-Nuremberg-in-19462

What are efforts to contain Fukushima?  None.

http://www.veteranstoday.com/2012/10/11/what-are-efforts-to-contain-fukushima-2/
http://t.co/dsf26TviDE

What s next, Moms around the world ask about fukus

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Meanwhile, similar PRO-NUKER insanities, propaganda and strategies coming Japan: #Fukushima Distractions from: IAEA Team's Initial Review of Japan’s Plans to Decommission #Fukushima http://ex-skf.blogspot.com/2013/04/iaea-teams-initial-review-of-japans.html via @exskf  "The IAEA team's final report will be delivered to Japan within one month." [article dated April 24, 2013]   "The IAEA team also took photos on their own and shared them on Flickr. In [article] photo, Reactor 2 almost looks pristine, as if nothing has happened in March 2011."

Occupy Fukushima Cover Page

CHERNOBYL: Consequences of the Catastrophe For People and the Environment


http://www.strahlentelex.de/Yablokov%20Chernobyl%20book.pdf


Reference pdf…. download, read, share, keep handy;

add more zeros when relating to #Fukushima deaths, maimings and illnesses;

add more zeros when relating to #SanOnofre imminent meltdowns if they proceed with experimental restart….

remember, Californian’s are also dealing with #Fukushima radiation…. by land, air and sea…..

Fukushima WORSE THAN CHERNOBYL

remember also:  ALL NUCLEAR REACTORS LEAK ALL OF THE TIME…..

1,946 known lethal isotopes…

heart vibrating

Cesium is simply one of the 1,946……it goes directly for the ‘heart’

masks gas masks anonAN ENGINEER-TYPE EXPERT'S OPINION.... SanOnofre FukuUSA FukushimaUSA SONGS ..... 
ANONYMOUS PRECEDES UNANIMOUS 
Read for more details on the 'nazi-type-poison-gas attack' being planned in California.  
DO NOT WALK QUIETLY IN THIS OPEN AIR AUSCHWITZ!
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"....another news item about San Onofre came out, about a repair job on a huge pipe in Unit 3 that was leaking. San Diego's 10 News reported -- with photos -- that the pipe leak was being channeled into a container with a combination of broomstick handles, plastic bags, and tape. A whistleblower at the plant says that the entire plant is rusting out, and cited a long fire main as one of the most rusted and dangerous pipes. *** It's time to decommission San Onofre. 
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There's no reason for SCE or anyone else to wait for NRC approval which should never come anyway. 
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Even if they get approval from the NRC to restart, the plant can only operate at 35% of its previous output which is not enough to make it a significant source of income for SCE. Since they can only operate one unit which must be shut down frequently for extensive inspections to see if it's wearing out extra-quickly, it cannot provide reliable "base load capacity." (Of course, it never actually did provide reliable base-load capacity.) 
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At 70% power, the reactor can still suffer from catastrophic failure caused by station blackouts, fires, earthquakes, tsunamis, sabotage, or a thousand other events. The steam generator problem makes all of these other problems more likely to turn into major catastrophes....."
SONGS SHUT 'EM ALL DOWN

* The technical term: “full range of normal operating conditions” is going to be changed to “normal steady state full power operation” to accomplish this power reduction from 100% to 70%. ** Application and Amendment to Facility Operating License Involving Proposed No Significant Hazards Consideration Determination; San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station, Unit 2: 
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https://www.federalregister.gov/articles/2013/04/16/2013-08888/application-and-amendment-to-facility-operating-license-involving-proposed-no-significant-hazards 
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LUCY OCCUPY SAYS:  TELL YOUR (SMART) FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS.... YOUR GOVERNMENTS ALREADY KNOW!!!
san onofre no startLEMONS  SAN ONOFRESHUT SAN ONOFREKeep SanOnofre Shut Downnuclear gravy train NUCLEAR ROULETTE
Question Experts and Authorities as if your Life Depends on it!   NEVER GIVE UP. NEVER GIVE IN

Question Experts and Authorities as if your Life Depends on it! NEVER GIVE UP. NEVER GIVE IN

“….The company said the radioactivity levels are within the range of normal variation, The Japan Times reported.

It said its scientists are unsure if the radiation is linked to leakage from the [ #Fukushima ] plant…..”    [D’oh!]

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#FUKUSHIMA to Infinity and Beyond.

Fukushima to infinity an beyond

Whatever happened to the “Camera Guy” He risked his life to bring truth to the world in March 2011. ELE Alert…

#Fukushima WTF Alert: D’oh. Somebody alert those scientists that triple meltdowns have been in progress since 3.11.11….. Somebody else ….prepare the gallows…..start the trials in international criminal courts for high nuclear crimes against humanity…..from Tokyo to Washington to Paris and beyond….

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Ask More Questions About #Fukushima …
https://askaboutfukushimanow.com/2013/04/05/ask-more-questions-about-fukushima/

All nuclear reactors leak all the time. So what? D’oh!!!
http://www.veteranstoday.com/2013/04/06/all-reactors-leak-all-the-time/

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".... Reportedly Americans widely believe in God and lead the world in the percentage of citizens in prison and on parole. That is actual reality from an imaginary character in a TV show. The Gallup Poll also says it is true and has been for years.
Most Americans believe that nuke reactors are safe and quite sound, too. Wonder why they do that?"

 All Nuclear Reactors Leak All of the Time.



http://www.veteranstoday.com/2013/04/06/all-reactors-leak-all-the-time/

http://www.veteranstoday.com/author/bobnichols/

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COUNTDOWN TO MELTDOWN  is on….. never give up; never give in…. WE ARE THE MEDIA NOW….

AND/OR on the fb page, ASK ABOUT SAN ONOFRE https://www.facebook.com/AskAboutSanOnofreNow

You have been warned.  Now warn your friends and warn your neighbors.... THERE IS IMMEDIATE DANGER.

You have been warned. Now warn your friends and warn your neighbors…. THERE IS IMMEDIATE DANGER.

NUKE IGNORANCE BUSTERS   https://www.facebook.com/NukeIgnoranceBusters

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