Fukushima Darkness: Radiation of Triple Meltdowns Felt Worldwide by Robert Hunziker

By Robert Hunziker Global Research, January 12, 2018 Defend Democracy Press 22 November 2017 The radiation effects of the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant triple meltdowns are felt worldwide, whether lodged in sea life or in humans, it cumulates over time. The impact is now slowly grinding away only to show its true colors at […]

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Fukushima Darkness: Radiation of Triple Meltdowns Felt Worldwide by Robert Hunziker

Petition: Request for a fair judgement in the Fukushima Evacuees Trial in Kyoto

https://www.change.org/p/shien-kyoto-yahoo-co-jp-原発賠償京都訴訟-公正判決要請署名-にご賛同ください-request-for-a-fair-judgement-in-the-fukushima-evacuees-trial-in-kyoto?utm_source=embedded_petition_view

On the 11th of March 2011, the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear accident spread radioactive contamination widely over the east of Japan, not just Fukushima.

According to the International Commission on Radiation Protection and Japanese law, the maximum allowable dose from human-made radioactivity is 1mSv/year for citizens. But in Fukushima 20mSv/year is allowed for the victims of the nuclear disaster. This double standard shouldn’t happen in a constitutional state.

Evacuees had to tear themselves away from their hometown. For the people who decided to stay, children and adults lost their stability in life, and their hopes for the future are ruined. In particular they wanted to protect children’s lives and health. Whether they stayed or not, they are all victims. They have been exposed to invisible radiation.

6 years and 8 month have passed since the disaster, the level of radiation in the air has decreased in some places, but generally there is still high contamination. Caesium 137 from the nuclear accident has a half-life of thirty years. Most of the plaintiffs lived in the ‘radiation controlled area’ which is over 40,000Bq/㎡, so the evacuation needs to continue.

Nuclear disaster creates an enormous amount of pollution, and sever damage is continuing widely. The plaintiffs sued the Japanese government and TEPCO (Tokyo Electric Power Company) in order to make their responsibility clear, in the hope this kind of disaster will never happen again, and to get proper compensation.

I hope your court will recognise the plaintiffs’ lives and the facts of the nuclear disaster, and listen to their poignant appeals. I strongly request a fair judgement which acknowledges the evacuees’ human rights.

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Support Group for nuclear plaintiffs, including the Nuclear Power Plant Lawsuit for Compensation in Kyoto

This petition will be delivered to:

  • 京都地方裁判所民事第7部 御中 To No.7 Civil Division of Kyoto District Court

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私たち原告は、すべての被害者への補償を求め、同じ過ちが再び繰り返されることがないよう、被害の実相と国・東京電力の加害責任を明らかにするためにこの裁判を起こしました。裁判は、原告全世帯代表に対する本人尋問も終わり、2017年9月29日には結審を迎えました。判決は2018年3月15日に出されます。法廷内でやるべきことはほぼやり切りました。

いま、裁判所にこの裁判がいかに社会的に注目されているかを示すために、公正判決要請署名に取り組んでいます。私たちは、京都地方裁判所が、原発事故の実相と原告たちの命と向き合い、痛切な訴えに耳を傾け、適正かつ迅速な審理のうえ正当な権利を実現する公正な判決を出すことを求めています。

「公正な判決を求める要請署名」へのご協力をお願いします。

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●署名の宛先 京都地方裁判所第7民事部

●インターネット署名の集約日 2017年11月30日   目標10,000筆

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Petition: Request for a fair judgement in the Fukushima Evacuees Trial in Kyoto

‘Fukushima: The Silent Voices’ London Premiere, Tuesday 21 February 2017

Tuesday 21 February 2017

Room 116, main building, SOAS (School of Oriental and African Studies), London WC1H OXG

‘Fukushima: The Silent Voices’, a film by Chiho Sato and Lucas Rue

19:00screening, followed by a Q&A with the directors

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more about the film here: https://fukushimathesilentvoices.wordpress.com/blog/

Poster for the SOAS, London screening:

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A5 flyer pdf:

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‘Fukushima: The Silent Voices’ London Premiere, Tuesday 21 February 2017

6th Anniversary events in London 2017

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nb this page will be updated with more details so please check back before attending any of the events.

twitter: @remembFukushima  • facebook: https://www.facebook.com/rememberfukushima311

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EXHIBITION & FILM

Thursday 2 March 2017

Conway Hall, 25 Red Lion Square, London WC1R 4RL

’20 millisieverts a year’ an exhibition about Fukushima by Lis Fields

Exhibition opening reception:

18:00 – 22:00

screening of film about Fukushima, title tba:

19:00 – 21:00

VIGIL

Friday 10 March 2017

outside Japanese Embassy, 101 Piccadilly, London W1

17:30 – 19:30

speakers and performers to be announced

MARCH ON PARLIAMENT

Saturday 11 March 2017

assemble outside Japanese Embassy, 101 Piccadilly, London W1

12:00 for start at 12:30

followed by:

RALLY

In front of Statue of George, Old Palace Yard opposite Parliament

14:00 – to approx 16:00

PARLIAMENTARY PUBLIC MEETING

RSVP to: rememberfukushima311@gmail.com

Wednesday 15 March 2017

19:00 – 21:00

Committe Room 9, House of Commons, Westminster, London SW1

nearest tube station: westminster

please arrive at the Cromwell Green (8) entrance at least 20 minutes early to ensure enough time to pass through security:

http://www.parliament.uk/visiting/access/security/

http://www.parliament.uk/documents/facilities/maps/colmap.pdf

speakers tbc

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6th Anniversary events in London 2017

Parliamentarian Taro Yamamoto Defends Fukushima Victims’ Rights

Taro Yamamoto of the Liberal Party is a member of the Chamber of Deputies. He is one of the few parliamentary members defending the rights of victims of the TEPCO Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant disaster. The Association Nos Voisins Lointains 3-11 translated the questions of Taro Yamamoto to the Chamber of Deputies’ Special […]

via Taro Yamamoto Defends Fukushima Victims’ Rights — Fukushima 311 Watchdogs

Parliamentarian Taro Yamamoto Defends Fukushima Victims’ Rights

Nagasaki Day in London 9 August 2016

Tuesday 9 August 6:30pm:

Crypt Chapel, behind Westminster Cathedral

The evening begins with a service to commemorate the 73rd anniversary of Blessed Franz Jagerstatter’s execution in 1943 for refusing to serve in Hitler’s army.  Following the service, the Peace Walk will start from in front of Westminster Cathedral to the London Peace Pagoda in Battersea Park for a Floating Lantern Ceremony. This will begin at dusk to commemorate the 71st Anniversary for victims of Hiroshima and Nagasaki and all wars.

http://www.cnduk.org/get-involved/events/item/2557-nagasaki-day-london

Nagasaki Day in London 9 August 2016