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Friday, November 18, 2011

☢ MP3 Fukushima Report with Jeff Rense and Yoichi Shimatsu 14 Nov 2011 ☢

Jeff rense here again with a MUST HEAR interview with Yoichi Shimatsu from Hong Kong done November 14, 2011. They talk about some seriouse matters about Reactor Nr. 6 possible meltdown and the tour bus with the journalists passing reactor Nr. 2 measured radiation levels 1000 millisieverts or 1 Sieverts when they drove by the buildings considered a "safe place"..

Radiation is now falling down on Europe and Scandinavia with Sweden and other countries alarmed by Iodine-131 on their soil. They are dumbfounded why this is showing up because in their eyes "it can't be from Fukushima" All along the people in the know about the Jet Stream will know that this time of the year there is Winter Weather in Europe bringing down Arctic Air that is filled with radiation Iodine-131 coming from Fukushima more so now than ever before and possibly from Fukushima Reactor Number 6 that's also in meltdown hidden from the public and media!!!

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Jeff Rense - 11-14-11 - HR3 - From Hong Kong - Yoichi Shimatsu - Japan Govt Radiation Madness

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Transcribed first part of the show, there are some words that I could not make out but you should understand what's said. I have highlighted in red some important parts that are said also.

Jeff Rense: OK and we are back, glad you are along tonight Monday we start another week, second week of November we move right now to Hong Kong to talk to our colleague Yoichi Shimatsu one of the worlds truly great and heroic environmental analysts, researchers and he is totally scientific and has been at this for decades since before the great tragedy at Chernobyl. Are you there Yoichi?

Yoichi Shimatsu: Yes hello Jeff.

Jeff Rense: Hi and welcome back, you sound good.

Yoichi Shimatsu: I’m just in a room with a big echo so that’s all.

Jeff Rense: Yeah we get a little bit of a delay but at least you are not touring the Fukushima plant with the rest of the media in the bus.

Yoichi Shimatsu: Yeah, I’m lucky not too, that bus load of journalists they passed by reactor Nr. 2 and you know not the, certainly not the .. reactor on site but they got a reading of 1000 millisieverts that’s per hour. That’s 1 Sieverts (I’m correcting Yoichi here) If it had been 3 times higher than that they would all be sick, 5 times higher and they would have all been dead. So massive exposure.. 

Jeff Rense: Now this is, that what Yoichi is saying, these people where in the bus and they just drove and they were not allowed outside the bus, they had full body suits, respirators on and they where exposed to 1 millisieverts an hour just by passing that damn reactor...

Yoichi Shimatsu: Well no we are talking about 1000 millisieverts now that’s 1 Sieverts per hour. 

Jeff Rense: 1 Sieverts an hour, and absolutely, what the annual allowed rate is something like 3 millisieverts an year, isn’t that considered maximal?

Yoichi Shimatsu: Yeah we are talking about you know way more than 1000 times higher than that, so in other words if the bus had stayed there for 5 hours .. they would all be dead in five hours.

Jeff Rense: That’s absolutely true, that’s astonishing but true.

Yoichi Shimatsu: So basically they are told at the same time by the management that they are perfectly safe there you know. So it’s totally contradictory. 

Jeff Rense: One of the most pathetic things.

Yoichi Shimatsu: So that’s is a standard site, so they didn’t take them to lets say into the sites where there is water draining out or anything like that you know, this is very selective. And considered on of the safer place.

Jeff Rense: Now one of the stories that came out which was particularly disgusting was in, the mai.. I guess mai, how do you pronounce it in Japanese? Mainichi? OK

Yoichi Shimatsu: Mainichi yeah, Mai is Every, and Nichi is day, yeah.

Jeff Rense: OK very good, well in the Mainichi Daily News the paragraph that got me and I’ll just read it to you again it said. At reactor Nr. 1, 2 and 3 melted nuclear fuel seems to be penetrating the pressure vessels and even leaking out from under the reactor buildings. 

Yoichi Shimatsu: Oh yeah I mean, this is a find exactly, so basically the shield you know the shroud cracked and leaked, we know that. But what is surprising that it’s leaking from the side too and not just from the base, that’s what interesting, it means that it’s totally fractured you know probably 180 degrees across the entire, it’s broken in half that’s what it would indicate. 

Jeff Rense: Right, right, yeah, the stories are crazy.

Yoichi Shimatsu: This is a massive rupture of it which means that it’s really no way of stop, and the press representatives there with TEPCO admitted they were not doing anything than dumping water on top of the reactor..

Jeff Rense: That still, and it’s what 8-9 months March, it’s 9 months after or something like that and they are doing nothing different..

Yoichi Shimatsu: Yeah they cant really get close enough to really you know repair any of the damage part, to do any sealing or anything like that.. Blocking so they are just still pouring water and there are 2000 people there just trying to get the electricity going and keep the waterpumps moving.

Jeff Rense: So this is exactly what you..

Yoichi Shimatsu: And, and yeah, and they are claiming that by the end of this year we are talking about a month and a few days..

Jeff Rense: Ah geez, cold shutdown.

Yoichi Shimatsu: The plant basically will be in cold shutdown, maybe so but we are very disturbed by the other reports of this Iodine-131 flying across the northern hemisphere, across the Arctic into Europe and you know this would indicate that a meltdown, another meltdown is occurring and journalists where not taken to plant Nr. 5 OK. There may have been problems.. Excuse me not number 5 plant number 6. So which might have been operating by the time and might be the source of the emission.

Jeff Rense: You are talking about reactor Nr. 6? OK.

Yoichi Shimatsu: Reactor Nr. 6 yeah, we are talking about reactor number 6 which was supposedly operational from the first reports that we got, was producing electricity, (plutonium? can’t make out what’s said) reactor and when reactor 3 blew you know they started eristic now we are kind of back to 6 as a … in this whole affair because if you know if you have reporters coming into Fukushima plant in the daytime it means that they are back to night time releases as they where earlier you know in the summer when I was there. They where doing these night time releases, so this dissemination have to be coming from reactor number 6 which might be in a state of meltdown, and they are sort of isolated these, reactors 5 and 6 are isolated kind of on a mini peninsula separated from the other plant separated by a body of water. So it would be very, very easy to keep the press and the specters away from this site.

Jeff Rense: Now there where some reports early..

Yoichi Shimatsu: The don’t want to admit that that reactor was loaded and running at that time, because that would be 4 reactors were running when only 3 were legally allowed too under regulation.

Jeff Rense: We had reports Yoichi of smoke coming either 5 and 6 or 6 and those stories went away.

Yoichi Shimatsu: 6 Yeah exactly..

Jeff Rense: So clearly, and there was a story a month ago that Hitatchi engineers where rushed to reactor 6 to try and do something but I think that it’s safe to say that they are in meltdown there too.

Yoichi Shimatsu: Yeah I think that we would pin point that particular reactor since there where initially reported as operating at the time of the quake and later that was canceled just that number you know that 3 reactor was in operation, just complete fiction a lie rather than 4 reactors. So a cover up must have occurred so that we would not look too intensely as to why number 3 was involved what it was exactly doing at the time as the tsunami. So they have to maintain this cover up and then I think we, everyone is saying that the IAEA you know the IAEA was stating that this Iodine-131 was not coming from Fukushim. Well you know this.. Where are they getting their information from? From TEPCO of course, Tokyo Electric Power the operators of the plant… 

Jeff Rense: HA! Laughing..

Yoichi Shimatsu: So the IAEA they sort of are all lying they didn’t do their own inspection and this is what they are telling the world press, so I think the real problem here the IAEA. And as you know IAEA, a lot of people around the world are telling Insepctor Director Mr. Yukiya Amano you know part of the Japanese Nuclear Engineering Community the head of IAEA making all this fuss around Iran on some very dodgy data you Irans nuclear program. So this whole organization you know the central depictive is very suspect now and we are seeing radiation, low levels of course but you have to understand this fallout is traveling all.. it makes a huge difference you know, it’s falling, it’s crossing the Pacific and then going into Canada swooping down to the Midwestern states and back up over Greenland and Scandinavia and again you know when I tried to say before this is probably the source of this new Ozone hole. New expanding Ozone hole over the Artic it’s primarily Iodine coming out of Fukushima and now with this new wave of Iodine landing in Sweden, Austria, Czechoslovakia and several other countries it sort of alarming that you know the radioactive material can traverse that large distance within that 8 day half life of Iodine. It’s probably moving, it takes 5 or less than 5 days to move across you know. So this is what we are really seeing and now IAEA cover up basically going on in cooperation with Tokyo Electric.

Jeff Rense: Exactly well the IAEA is nothing less than a front company an a ledge company that’s obviously controlled by the nuclear power industry and always had, and what a better way to try to please yourself than please yourself so there you go. 

Yoichi Shimatsu: Exactly and what other nuclear plant are in that path, only maybe the one of Virginia, is it melting down? There might be a leak but I doubt that it’s melting down.

Jeff Rense: North Anna is not melting down to my knowledge, no..

Yoichi Shimatsu: Right, right, right so that’s the problem there is no other suspect plant along that path so.

Jeff Rense: They are trying to claim that something..

Yoichi Shimatsu: Vernmount that the radiation going to Russia, there is no radiation in Russia so far.

Jeff Rense: Well they try and say that something about a plant in Ukraine but that’s ridiculous because it’s passed the point of dissemination of this material.

Yoichi Shimatsu: Yeah exactly, as you know it’s very cold winter weather now in Europe and so the Jet stream is bringing down Arctic air, it’s not traveling against the Jet Stream. So it would not be Chernobyl or anything like that, it would not be those countries. The pathway suggests Fukushima, this is the same pathway we have been talking about for months. 

Jeff Rense: Yeah exactly.

Yoichi Shimatsu: With minor variations of course in the curve you know in this but basically it ends up in northern Europe and usually hits the Urals, interesting this time it did not get to Ural mountains because it’s the winter weather you know, the moisture when radiation hits clouds in the Arctic it tends to crystallize and fall down as light snow, ice particles over Europe and so will now reach it’s just to heavy with the ice to reach the Ural mountains…

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