Not Wrong Just Evil: ‘Cartoon Bird Warns Fukushima Children Of Radiation’ (AFP)

From the article:

Environmental campaign group Greenpeace charged last month that heavily- populated areas several dozen kilometres from the plant have radiation levels as much as 13 times the legal limit.

“It is especially disturbing to see that there are many hot spots around playground equipment, exposing children who are most vulnerable to radiation risks,”a Greenpeace scientist said in October.

Flashback:

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‘Gargling with water’ to ‘stay safe’ from radiation obviously doesn’t work.

Yet giving those children iodine tablets directly after the Fukushima disaster happened and mandatory evacuation would have worked.

Sounds like ‘somebody’ is intentionally sacrificing all those children and is feeding them more BS propaganda.


Cartoon bird warns Fukushima children of radiation (AFP, Nov 9, 2012):

TOKYO (AFP) – A grinning bird mascot has been enlisted to teach Japanese children in Fukushima how to stay safe from the radiation that escaped from the region’s crippled nuclear power plant.

Kibitan — a plump, yellow cartoon character with stubby wings and boots — is warning youngsters to stay away from puddles and ditches, where radioactive particles accumulate.

In a leaflet issued by Fukushima’s disaster taskforce, the character, inspired by the region’s narcissus flycatcher bird, asks children to promise they will wash their hands and gargle with water when they get home.

A smiling Kibitan explains what radiation is and cautions that it can make people sick if it gets inside their body.

Tens of thousands of people were evacuated from their homes around Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant in the weeks after it was wrecked by the massive tsunami that hit Japan in March 2011.

But anti-nuclear campaigners say the Japanese government has not done enough to protect those living a little further afield.

Environmental campaign group Greenpeace charged last month that heavily- populated areas several dozen kilometres from the plant have radiation levels as much as 13 times the legal limit.

“It is especially disturbing to see that there are many hot spots around playground equipment, exposing children who are most vulnerable to radiation risks,” a Greenpeace scientist said in October.

On Thursday the government admitted that some radiation measurements were inaccurate, saying devices at 675 locations in and around Fukushima were under-reporting levels by around 10 percent, Kyodo News agency reported.

Reactor meltdowns in the days after the earthquake-sparked tsunami spread radiation over a wide area and left swathes of agricultural land unfarmable.

The natural disaster left around 19,000 people dead or missing, while no one is officially recorded as having died as a direct result of the nuclear catastrophe.

Scientists caution that decommissioning the plant and making some areas habitable could take decades.

Kibitan was designed in 1995 to mark an athletics meet in Fukushima and has been used as a local mascot ever since.

The Kibitan leaflet can be seen at: http://wwwcms.pref.fukushima.jp/download/1/jidou.pdf

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