ずくなしの冷や水

2017年08月11日

迎撃ミサイルの破片は地上に落ちてきます

北朝鮮憎しの愛国的読者の皆さん あなたの地方に迎撃ミサイル配備されましたか? 防衛当局の動きを見ていると日本の領土に入ってきてから撃ち落す計画のようです。うまく当たれば向うが打ち込んだミサイルと防衛用のミサイルの両方の破片が落ちてきます。当たらなかった場合どこに落ちるのでしょう。その点はお忘れなく。


北朝鮮のミサイル迎撃するはずのテストが失敗
FARSNEWS2017/7/25
US Blames Human Error for Missile Test Failure
TEHRAN (FNA)- The US military blamed human error for a botched ballistic missile intercept test in late June, an embarrassing failure amid an ongoing row with North Korea over its missile program.

The June 22 test in the Pacific Missile Range Facility on Kauai failed after a sailor on board the USS John Paul Jones, the US Navy’s missile defense test ship, pressed the wrong button on the Aegis Combat System and caused a RIM-161 Standard Missile (SM-3) Block IIA interceptor to self-destruct mid-air, Defense News reported

An investigation by the US Missile Defense Agency sowed that the sailor, a tactical datalink controller tasked with maintaining encrypted data exchanges between ships and aircraft, had registered the incoming ballistic missile as a "friendly” rocket, the report stated.

“Though the review is still in process, the SM-3 IIA interceptor and Aegis Combat System have been eliminated as the potential root cause” of the failure, said Air Force Lt. Gen. Sam Greaves, the director of MDA.

“We are conducting an extensive review as part of our standard engineering and test processes, and it would be inappropriate to comment further until we complete the investigation,” he added.

This was the fourth overall test and the second ship launch of the SM-3 IIA system, jointly developed by Japan and the US to allegedly counter missile threats rising from North Korea.

The US, along with South Korea and Japan, have been wary of the North’s progress in developing ballistic missiles and nuclear weapons.

North Korea has threatened to attack all three countries in case it faces American aggression.

Besides the SM-3 system, the US has equipped Tokyo and Seoul, Pyongyang’s two regional adversaries, with Patriot and the Terminal High Altitude Defense System (THAAD) missiles defenses.

Earlier this month, the US and South Korea fired surface-to-surface missiles in reaction to North Korea’s successful test-launch of what Washington insists was an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM).

During the test, US and South Korean forces conducted simultaneous launches from the US Army Tactical Missile System and South Korea’s Hyunmoo Missile II system.

The US Army said in a statement that the drills showed both the US and South Korea’s military capability to “engage the full array of time critical targets under all weather conditions.”

Unfretted by the constant threats, however, North Korea says it will not give up on its missile technology and nuclear deterrence unless Washington ends its hostile policy toward Pyongyang and dissolves the US-led UN command in South Korea.
posted by ZUKUNASHI at 23:40| Comment(0) | 国際・政治

イエメン救済は 残された時間がなくなってきた



FARSNEWS2017/6/26
Horrors of Yemen's Spiralling Crisis
TEHRAN (FNA)- Yemen is in the grip of a vicious cholera outbreak and a near famine that have coincided to create one of the worst humanitarian crises on the planet. Following two years of Saudi war the UN says the country's health, water and sanitation systems are collapsing.

FARSNEWS2017/6/26
Saudis and Americans Are Making the Best Torturers in Yemen
TEHRAN (FNA)- In Yemen, the object of US-backed, Saudi-led terrorism is terrorism; the object of oppression is oppression; the object of torture is torture; and the object of murder is murder.

That’s why the war criminals always mystify, torture, mislead, and surprise the world community as much as possible. They make the best torturers because they understand defeat, desperation and fear, and they can use it:

Saudi Arabia and its partners in crime have secret detention centers in Yemen specifically designed to torture Yemeni prisoners on the pretext of fighting terror. To this end, hundreds of men have so far disappeared into a secret network of prisons in southern Yemen where abuse is routine and torture extreme - including the "grill," in which the victim is tied to a spit like a roast and spun in a circle of fire.

Not surprisingly, senior Pentagon officials acknowledge that US forces have been involved in interrogations of detainees as well. Silly enough, they deny any participation in or knowledge of human rights abuses and torture program. This is while interrogating detainees who have been abused and tortured violates International Law, which prohibits complicity in torture.

Official reports have documented at least 18 clandestine lockups across southern Yemen run by Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates – all created and trained by the United States, drawing on accounts from former detainees, families of prisoners, civil rights lawyers and Yemeni military officials. All are either hidden or off limits to Yemen's government and the United Nations, of course. This is because the secret prisons are inside military bases, ports, and even an airport – while some detainees have been flown to an Emirati base across the Red Sea in Eritrea, according to Yemen Interior Minister Hussein Arab and others.

Several US defense officials, speaking on condition of anonymity to discuss the topic, have told the media that American forces do participate in interrogations and abuse of detainees at locations in Yemen, provide questions for others to ask, and receive transcripts of interrogations from Emirati allies. They say US senior military leaders are aware of allegations of torture at the prisons in Yemen, looked into them, but were satisfied that there had not been any abuse when US forces were present!

This is wishful thinking. What you are hearing from Yemen comes from history – specifically from the Bush administration era. It comes from the record of the Abu Ghraib and Guantanamo Bay Prison torture programs, persecuting terror suspects, and torturing prisoners and all that sort of stuff. And it comes from the other side, too, from those who aided and abetted the CIA’s secret rendition program and flights – mainly the UAE, Jordan and Saudi Arabia. It comes not only from the War Party in Washington but also from its regional associates. Every single ally that has a problem with the resistance front has ended up by persecuting other people, torturing them, and killing them because they don't accept their occupation and regional designs.

Wherever you look in modern history, you find that. It’s still going on: Human Rights Watch says the abuses in Yemen "show that the US hasn't learned the lesson that cooperating with forces that are torturing detainees and ripping families apart is not an effective way to fight extremist groups."

Amnesty International has also called for a UN-led investigation "into Saudi Arabia’s, the UAE's and other parties' role in setting up this horrific network of torture" and into reports the US interrogated detainees or received information possibly obtained from torture. "It would be a stretch to believe the US did not know or could not have known that there was a real risk of torture."

It is painfully clear that Saudi Arabia, the United States and their partners in crime have never tried to turn the page on the Bush era. They promised to end the torture of terror suspects, arguing that these inhuman acts had undermined their credibility. But still they worked with the Trump White House to continue the Bush administration’s use of torture in Yemen. They even helped the CIA resurrect special military courts at the Guantanamo Bay – the place the White House had promised to shut down.

By not prosecuting the torturers and those who ordered the torture, the United States and the mere extras have become accessory to the war crimes Saudi Arabia is committing in Yemen’s secret prisons. Under International Law, whoever, knowing that an offense has been committed, receives, relieves, comforts or assists the offender in order to hinder or prevent his apprehension, trial or punishment, is an accessory after the fact.

At any rate, this is a hard, simple truth, where the United Nations is expected to intervene. The world community should avoid politics and expose the truth about detainee torture and abuse, which is still part of an endemic system of abuse, not only at secret CIA prisons the world over, but in Yemen which is still under US-backed, Saudi-led occupation and terror.

With the Saudis and their American allies still crossing the line on torture and International Law, and even acknowledging it, the UN should hold the Trump administration to account for relieving, comforting and assisting Saudi Arabia and all those who torture and countenance torture in Yemen. The regime changers have lost their way at some point. The torturers have all stained themselves with crimes against humanity and cannot be allowed to escape international justice and accountability.

初出 2017-06-26 18:43:22 追記8/11
posted by ZUKUNASHI at 22:47| Comment(0) | 国際・政治

Russia does not accept a North Korea that possesses nuclear weapons

Russia does not accept a North Korea that possesses nuclear weapons, Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said.

Lavrov added that there was an overwhelming amount of belligerent rhetoric on North Korea’s nuclear and rocket programs from Washington and Pyongyang, and that Russia hopes that ultimately common sense will prevail.

Lavrov noted that North Korea had once signed the Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) but then withdrew from it.

“Now [North Korea] claims that it has legal rights to make nuclear weapons and has already [done so],” he said. “But you know our position: we don’t accept the fact that North Korea could possess nuclear weapons.”

A similar position was voiced earlier on Friday by German Chancellor Angela Merkel, who said Berlin would support “any non-military solutions” regarding North Korea but deemed an escalation of rhetoric “the wrong answer.”

“I don't see a military solution to this conflict,” Merkel told reporters in Berlin. “I see the need for enduring work at the UN Security Council ... as well as tight cooperation between the countries involved, especially the US and China.”
posted by ZUKUNASHI at 22:15| Comment(0) | 国際・政治

ウルトラおやじさんに共鳴しつつも絶句・・・yさんは考え抜いている 正しい判断

やはり、言ってもダメですか?

なら、一旦地獄へ落ちてもらうといいかもしれません。

放射性物質たっぷりの魚介類を食べてもらうと、発熱や膝の痛みが出ます。

食べる前に、膝が痛く無いことを確認します
確認後、たらふく食べさせましょう。
翌日以降、発熱と膝の痛みが出るでしょう。
ただ、でない場合もあります。

発熱と膝の痛みが出ても、放射性物質とは関係ないと言うかもしれません。その時は、それが運命かもしれません。

いくら言っても分からない、理解しないときもあります。私が、さんざん言ったにも関わらず亡くなった人がいます。殴り倒してでも強く言えば良かったと後悔しています。それだけすれば、真意は分かってもらえたと今でも後悔しています。

理解に関して、こればかりは、どうにもなりません。本人次第ですから。誰しも、生き方を指示されながら生きたくはありません。
自由に生きたいはずです。自由に生きてもらって、気づくまで待ちましょう。
待ってる間に死んだら、それも運命です。

危機管理がなってないと言うしかありません。
自分の生命維持にとって、何が危険なのかを考えないなんて、動物・生物として

地球から見れば、生きる意志はあるの?って言われても仕方ないかも。

以上の内容を、怒りを込めて子供さんに言いましょう。ぶちギレる勢いで、叫びましょう。
本気で怒りましょう。殴っても良いと思います。率先して警察沙汰になりましょう。


日本人は、目の前のことに怒らない。その癖、後からネット拡散したりして陰湿です。

目の前の問題は、その場で解決しなくちゃ、いつします?

・・・・・

2017年08月08日
「あれほど口が酸っぱくなるほど言ったのに」と言えないこの辛さに関連したウルトラおやじさんの投稿。

前回は、「こちらも感情に訴える方法をとれば良い」のではとの助言でした。
2017年08月07日
こちらも感情に訴える方法をとれば良い

ですが、それでは功を奏さなかったということで上の助言になっています。

・・・・・
yさんから

ウルトラおやじ様

仰るところは本当にごもっともです。
たとえ放射線の知識がなかったとしても、生命の危機についてこの状況で何も感じないというのは生物として終わっているのではないかと思います。

電車に乗ったり、道を歩いているだけで、「あれ?」という場面に出くわすはずです。
でも、スマホから目を離さず、自分の半径30cm以内しか見ずに歩いている人にはわからないようです。
ヘッドホンで夜道をランニングして痴漢にあう日本人ですから無理もないのかもしれません。

殴ってでも家族や友人を説得したい・・と言うのは男性の立場でできることかな。。とも感じます。
自分にそこまでの覚悟がない意気地なしなのかもしれませんが。

今、私自身の生きたい、命を守りたい・・という気持ちを突き詰めていくと気にしないで生活している夫のDVも起こるのではないかと恐れています。
元々、若い頃酔って喧嘩沙汰を起こしていたこともあり、(まだ私を殴ったことはありませんが) 自分に非があってもそれを指摘されると殴り掛かるという性癖がある夫が被曝が進むにつれてどうなっていくか、不安を感じています。

当初、大学生の子が受験をする時、関東の大学はやめてくれと強く言ったり、下の子に夫が牛乳をついであげようとした時、もみ合いになったりしました。
それでも、私がカルト宗教か精神病という、「全てお母さんがおかしいせい」という認識で完全に私は孤立しています。

強く言い過ぎることで、その結果家族に伝わるかもしれませんが、自分に身の危険も及ぶのではないか?という恐怖との葛藤です。
横浜では、妻と娘が夫に対する暴力で死亡させたという事件もありました。

夫に対しては、心の中で「さよなら」を告げています。
ただ、子どもはなんとかして生きる努力をしていってくれることを願っています。

何かの方法を模索していかなくてはなりません。
勝手ですが、今後共、アドバイスが頂ければ幸いです。
posted by ZUKUNASHI at 13:23| Comment(0) | 福島原発事故

殴り倒してでも強く言えば良かったと後悔

ウルトラおやじさんの投稿から

「私が、さんざん言ったにも関わらず亡くなった人がいます。殴り倒してでも強く言えば良かったと後悔しています。それだけすれば、真意は分かってもらえたと今でも後悔しています。」

これから、そういうこと増えますね。

次の記事を書いたのは、2年半前です。よく持ちこたえたものです。

2014年12月27日
おやじたちの精神的破綻は近い
ここに書いた次の認識は、今でも変わりません。
「行きずりの人との会話を通じてわかったのは、事業経営者でもなく、大企業のサラリーマンでもないおやじたちのほうが、放射能問題については警戒感が強いことだ。新聞もテレビもろくに報じないのになぜ知っているんだろうと疑問に思ったことも多い。」
「おやじの場合はどこまで関心を示すかは別として、人づてに聞く断片的な情報でも、しっかりと受け止めると言う面はあるようだ。
新聞やテレビの報道を真に受けていたら、尻の毛まで抜かれてしまうと言うことを50年、60年の間に習得しているのだと、筆者は理解している。」

社会的に優位にある者、優位にあると振舞いたい者、権威から離れては判断ができない者ほど放射能被爆問題に理解を示さない場合が多い。

そういう人がショックを受ける。

私は、友人が理解しないからと言ってぶん殴ることができるか、子供をぶん殴ることができるか、すべきか・・・。

とても悩む。
posted by ZUKUNASHI at 00:43| Comment(1) | 福島原発事故