Fukushima Radiation: Japan Gov. Designates ‘Intensive Contamination Areas’ Near Downtown Tokyo

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Japan Gov’t: “Unprecedented situation of radioactive pollution” from Fukushima disaster — “Intensive Contamination Areas” designated near downtown Tokyo, and officials there say health assistance for kids and pregnant women is needed (MAP) (ENENews, Oct 31, 2013):

Ministry of the Environment, Government of Japan: The “Act on Special Measures Concerning the Handling of Radioactive Pollution” was enacted in August 2011, in response to the unprecedented situation of radioactive pollution after the accident at TEPCO’s Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station. […] a new policy framework for the off-site decontamination has been arranged […] There are two categories of contaminated areas under the Act. The first one is the “Special Decontamination Area”, where decontamination is implemented by the national government. It includes 11 municipalities in Fukushima Prefecture. The second one is the “Intensive Contamination Survey Area”, where decontamination is implemented by each municipality with financial and technical supports by the national government. […]

Mainichi, Sept. 24, 2013: Municipalities criticize gov’t agency for limiting Fukushima disaster aid […] At least 13 municipalities in Chiba, Ibaraki and Tochigi prefectures have sent critical comments to the Reconstruction Agency for its basic policy to limit the scope of assistance to only areas in Fukushima Prefecture […] Those municipalities are: Noda, Kashiwa [~10 miles from downtown Tokyo], Kamagaya [~10 mi], Matsudo [~5 mi], Shiroi [~10 mi], Nagareyama [~5 mi], Sakura [~20 mi], Abiko [~10 mi] and Inzai [~20 mi] in Chiba Prefecture; Toride [~15 mi], Moriya [~15 mi], and Joso [~20 mi] in Ibaraki Prefecture; and Nasushiobara in Tochigi Prefecture. […] The central government sets the maximum permissible amount of radiation exposure per year for the general public at 1 millisievert (0.23 microsieverts per hour). The government designated those areas (municipalities) that were exposed to radiation exceeding the permissible limit as “Intensive Contamination Survey Areas,” and has since been providing assistance to them. Currently, 100 municipalities in eight prefectures are designated as “Intensive Contamination Survey Areas,” and the 13 municipalities are among them. […] all of the 13 municipal governments called for attaching importance to health assistance for children and pregnant women. They are critical of the government for applying “double standards” with the decontamination law and the nuclear disaster aid law. […]

World Nuclear News, Sept. 18, 2013 (Emphasis Added): […] In the Intensive Contamination Areas, decontamination work is being implemented based on plans developed at the municipal level, with some municipalities setting targets of five years to complete the work and others choosing a timescale of two to three years. […]

If you still live in Tokyo …. you should RUN FOR YOUR LIFE!

And here is why:

Radioactive Contamination In Tokyo Suburb 3 Times Higher Than 1 Mile From Fukushima Daiichi

Tokyo Radiation Olympics (EnviroReporter, Sep 8, 2013)

Tokyo Hit By Highest Fallout Levels Since May 2011 (April, 2013)

Deadly Levels Of Radiation Found In Food 225 Miles From Fukushima (Media Blackout On Nuclear Fallout Continues)

Arnie Gundersen: Contamination Levels That Would Be Considered Radioactive Waste In U.S. Were Ubiquitous On Tokyo Streets When I Visited

Tokyo Almost As Irradiated As Fukushima

Tokyo Still Burning 148 Tons Of Radioactive Debris Every Single Day!

‘Many People From Even Tokyo Have Thyroid Problems Already’

Tokyo: Experts Warn Of Increasing Radiation Levels

Radioactive Cesium In Tokyo Tap Water 4% Higher Than Fukushima

Tokyo Bay Cesium Even Higher Than Radiation Levels Off Fukushima (Video)

Insane Japan: Traitor Edano Wants Spent Fuel Stored In Tokyo And Other Big Cities

16,800 Bq/kg Of Cesium In Tokyo Sewage Sludge Ash

21,346 Bq/Kg At Tokyo Train Station

Prof. Hiroaki Koide: Tokyo Area As Contaminated As Fukushima

Prof. Dr. Chris Busby: Extremely High Levels Of Radioactivity In Tokyo Apartment Air Filter – ‘We Are Talking About Hundreds Of Thousands Of Bequerels Per Kg In This Dust’ (Video)

Don’t Touch Moss In Tokyo! – 4,370 Bq/Kg

Japanese Journalist: ‘Do They Want To Kill Children? – Adults in Tokyo Are Insane’

Tokyo Soil So Contaminated With Radiation It Would Be Considered Nuclear Waste In The U.S. – If Reactor 4 Fuel Explodes, The World Is Done For

Edogawa, Tokyo: 2,566,720Bq/㎡ Radioactive Cesium

A Lot More Mutated Dandelion’s Found In Tokyo And Saitama

Tokyo: Cherry Blossom At 235 Bq/Kg Of Cesium

Adachi, Tokyo: 3.829 MicroSieverts/Hour

Katsushika, Tokyo: Radiation Dosimeter Goes OVERSCALE

Katsushika,Tokyo: 8 MicroSieverts/Hour Detected (Video)

Chief Nuclear Engineer Arnie Gundersen: Tokyo Soil Samples Would Be Considered Nuclear Waste In The US! (Video)

Tokyo (Railway) Station As Contaminated As Fukushima Mandatory Evacuation Zone

Tokyo ‘Attacked’ By Radioactive Pollen, Estimated To Contain 250Bq/g Of Cesium

Tokyo Metropolitan Government Stores Radioactive Fly-Ash in Plastic Bags Under Blue Tarp And Sand Bags In Tokyo Bay Landfill

Prof. Dr. Chris Busby: ‘You Shouldn’t Go On A Business Trip To Japan’ – ‘Get Out Of Japan’ – ‘Run!’ – ‘I Would Get Out Of Tokyo’ (Video)

Extremely High Level Of Radioactive Cesium Detected In Tokyo Elementary School (Cesium At 90,600 Bq/Kg)

1,730 Bq/Kg Cesium In Tokyo House Dust! – 6,264 Bq/Kg Cesium In Ibaraki House Dust!

50 More Locations In Tokyo Over Radiation Limit

Tokyo Governor Shintaro Ishihara To Tokyo Residents Who Protest Against Radioactive Disaster Debris From Iwate: ‘SHUT UP’

Insane Japan: Radioactive Debris Burning Begins (Resulting Radioactive Ash And Incombustibles To Be Used As Landfill In Tokyo Bay)

2.22 Microsieverts/Hour In Front Of Junior High School In Tokyo Area (Video – Nov. 3, 2011)

Radiation In Tokyo Bay 15 Times Higher Than Limit Set By Nuclear Safety Commission

Tokyo’s High Radiation Supermarket: It’s Radium Again, Emitting 40 Millisieverts/Hr Radiation

AND NOW: 110 Microsieverts Per Hour Detected At Tokyo Supermarket


U.S. Navy Vice Admiral Alan Thompson Reported 1,500 MICROSIEVERTS Per Hour Thyroid Dose South Of Tokyo On March 20, 2011

Fukushima: More Then 42% of Children Have Thyroid Nodules Or Cysts (German TV Video, Nov 18, 2012):

More than 42% of 57,000 tested children have nodules or cyst, reports Dr. Suzuki who leads the examinations. In Chernobyl they found only 0.1 – 1%.

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