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2017年09月03日

Report Claims ISIL Convoy's Move to Deir Ezzur in Secret Agreement with US

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR)の情報は信頼性が低いです。この記事もよく分かりません。
FARSNEWS2017/9/3
Report Claims ISIL Convoy's Move to Deir Ezzur in Secret Agreement with US
TEHRAN (FNA)- The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) claimed on Sunday that tens of ISIL members have left Badiyeh (desert) in Eastern Homs and entered terrorist-held regions in Deir Ezzur province based on an agreement with the US forces.

SOHR quoted a well-informed source as saying that tens of ISIL members left the terrorist group's convoy in al-Sukhnah Badiyeh and entered Deir Ezzur province individually.

The source further told SOHR that evacuation of ISIL terrorists from Eastern Homs to Deir Ezzur has been done by 12 vehicles in several stages, adding that the terrorists arrived in Deir Ezzur province on Saturday afternoon.

The source also told SOHR that the evacuation has most likely been done under on a secret agreement with the US-led coalition.

No independent source has yet confirmed the SOHR claim.

Reports said earlier today that The US military in Syria's Badiyeh has blocked the path of a convoy of gunmen and their family members en route to Deir Ezzur, the Lebanese Hezbollah said, accusing the US of hampering an evacuation deal with the ISIL.

The Hezbollah said in statement on Saturday that the US-led forces have stranded most of the convoy’s 17 buses in the Syrian Badiyeh (Desert) by destroying the road to Deir Ezzur.

“They are also preventing anyone from reaching them even to provide humanitarian assistance to the families, the sick and wounded and the elderly,” said a statement released by the resistance movement.

The Russian Defense Ministry said in a statement on Saturday that the ISIL terrorist group sent a large volume of military equipment and ammunition to the Eastern province of Deir Ezzur to face the Syrian Army troops' devastating advances in Eastern Homs and Western Deir Ezzur,

The ISIL terrorists have been pulling back armored vehicles and munitions to Deir Ezzur city, the ministry's statement said.

"Daesh (ISIL) militants are not giving up their efforts to halt the advances of the Syrian troops by moving armored vehicles, off-road vehicles with mounted heavy machine guns, arms and ammunition to the Deir Ezzur region and by setting up new positions reinforced with artillery systems and mortars," the statement read.
posted by ZUKUNASHI at 22:42| Comment(0) | 国際・政治

「事故が起きたら原発周辺住民の被曝はやむなし」に政策転換

※  烏賀陽 弘道‏ @hirougaya 氏の2017/8/31のツイート
国は「次に原発事故が起きたら周辺住民は被曝やむなし」に方向転換しました。恐ろしい話ですが、新聞TVは無視しています

いつの間にか国は「事故が起きたら原発周辺住民の被曝はやむなし」に政策転換 原子力規制庁に直接確認したら本当だった

・・・引用終わり・・・

上のブログ記事は、有料ですのでまだ読めていませんが、「原子力規制庁に直接確認したら本当だった」とあります。

このブログ管理人は、現状を、実態を認めるのは良いことだと考えます。大きな事故の時、原発から遠くに逃げるのなんぞ無理なことなのです。

散々書いてきました。

2017年06月01日
原発事故直後の避難は慎重に

2017年07月22日
次の原発苛酷事故では間髪を入れず避難する? そんなことできますかね? 無理ですよ

2017年07月24日
原発事故が起きたら避難しろ? そんな無責任なことがよく言えますね

2017年07月25日
原発事故が起きたら避難しろ? そんな無責任なことがよく言えますね 実態編

2017年08月02日
原発事故があったら避難しきれるものでないことを彼らは知っている

日本人の被曝蓄積の増大に伴って、事故のたびに被爆量が上乗せされて死亡率が上がっていくでしょう。

毎日新聞2017年9月3日 20時23分
玄海原発
重大事故想定…防災訓練が始まる
 再稼働が来年1月に計画されている九州電力玄海原発(佐賀県玄海町)での重大事故を想定した国と佐賀、福岡、長崎3県の防災訓練が3日、始まった。玄海原発は周辺に多くの離島を抱え避難の課題が指摘されているが、参加者からは避難計画の実効性への不安も聞かれた。
 東京電力福島第1原発事故(2011年)後、玄海原発事故を想定した国と3県の合同訓練は初めてで、再稼働前の訓練は最後になる見通し。訓練は最大震度7の地震で玄海原発4号機の炉心が損傷し、放射性物質が放出されたという想定。
posted by ZUKUNASHI at 22:28| Comment(0) | 福島原発事故

‘Peace order in Europe can only be achieved with Russia’ – Merkel

RT2017/9/3
‘Peace order in Europe can only be achieved with Russia’ – Merkel
A stable European security architecture only can be built by involving Russia in the process, German Chancellor Angela Merkel has said. She also called on the West to honor its obligations under treaties signed with Moscow.

Despite current tensions between the West and Moscow, “we can establish a European peace order only with Russia,” the chancellor said in her Saturday video podcast published on the German government’s website. She went on to say that, “in the field of the European defense and security policy, we should do our best to improve our contact with Russia.”

The German leader noted that she has always advocated for keeping an open “dialog between NATO and Russia” and “honoring” the respective treaties despite the differences over the Ukrainian crisis.

The implementation of the Minsk Agreements is a key pre-condition for the improvement of relations between Russia and Europe. “If it [the implementation of the Minsk Agreements] were successful, we would have a starting point for an even more intensive dialog,” Merkel said.

Western countries have repeatedly criticized Moscow for what they described as a failure to meet its obligations under the Minsk Agreements, thus justifying the extension of sanctions.

In July, German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel said European sanctions on Moscow is nothing more than a desire "to resolve the conflict in eastern Ukraine" and achieving the implementation of the Minsk Accords.

The Minsk II Agreements, worked out by Ukraine, Russia, France and Germany under the auspices of the OSCE in 2015, created the basis for a ceasefire between Kiev's forces and rebels in eastern Ukraine. The accords further stipulated principles for a peaceful solution to the Ukrainian crisis.

Moscow has argued it’s not a party to the conflict and has criticized Kiev for not carrying out its obligations under the Minsk Agreements. In July, Russia's Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said "everyone is interested" in fulfilling the Minsk agreements, to which Kiev "is the main part.” He later said that Ukraine's eagerness to stay true to its obligations within the peace deal is “doubtful.”

Germany supports Russian-Chinese ‘double freeze’ plan for North Korea crisis – FM Gabriel

Merkel also drew attention to the importance of all parties abiding by the various disarmament treaties, adding that it particularly concerns the agreements signed by Russia and the US.

Relations between Moscow and Berlin are far from smooth though. There is profound disagreements over the crisis in Ukraine.

Germany supported the anti-Russian sanctions imposed by the US, the EU and some of their allies in 2014, following the outbreak of conflict in the southeastern Ukraine and Russia’s reunification with Crimea following a referendum.

In June, a German government report“assumed” that Russia allegedly tries “to influence parties, politicians and public opinion, with a particular eye to the 2017 parliamentary election.” However, German officials themselves admitted they have no evidence to support their assumptions.

Still, it is not the first time Angela Merkel has said the West should improve relations with Russia. During the G20 summit in Hamburg in July, she said “everyone would only benefit” from a “good and honest” dialog between Russia and the US.
She also drew attention that the world still faces a range of problems which can only be resolved through the joint efforts of Russia and the US, including the Syrian crisis, the issue of disarmament and the situation around the Korean Peninsula.

Merkel also criticized the unilateral US anti-Russian sanctions that were imposed in June, including fines on EU companies involved in joint energy projects with Russia, such as Nord Stream 2, a Gazprom-run flagship pipeline being built to deliver Russian gas to European customers.
posted by ZUKUNASHI at 22:06| Comment(0) | 国際・政治

歩くのが段々辛くなる

最近、福島第一原発やその他の核施設から放射性物質が飛散している状況を調べていて、いろいろ分かったことがあります。分かって来れば来るほど外出が厄介に。

でも、被曝で死ぬか肥満で死ぬかの選択だと覚悟を決めて2017/9/3も出かけました。

今日の目的地は習志野市。面白くない街です。津田沼の繁華街などどこが良いのでしょう。南から歩こうと新習志野駅を出て北に行く幹線道路の交差点へ。

体力温存でエレベーターのほうへ回ったら、あれっ、なにこれ?



エレベータの錘が落ちています。ひぇー! 篭でなくてよかったけど。

裏に回ります。大型トラックか何かが突っ込んだようです。歩道橋階段の欄干が両側ともになくなっています。



※  つっちー@白間たんのおかずアリーナツアー‏ @miyuki_miru
氏の8:01 - 2017年6月14日ツイート
「357の事故エグい 周辺渋滞や」  に付されていた画像。


やはり大きな事故だったようです。

大型トレーラーと衝突で死亡した事故、乗用車運転手を危険運転致死罪で起訴 /千葉
6月14日、大型トレーラーと乗用車が衝突し大型トレーラーを運転していた男性が死亡した事故です。大型トレーラーの運転手は回避しようとしたのでしょうが、横転し、歩道橋に衝突して運転席がつぶれて亡くなったようです。乗用車の運転手は、無免許で、酒を飲み運転が困難な状態だったとあります。

トレーラーの運転手のご遺族には大変お気の毒です。

実は、この日、別の交差点で路肩に花束が置かれているのを見ました。今日は一日元気が出ず、早めに帰りました。
posted by ZUKUNASHI at 21:03| Comment(0) | 日記

国を挙げての戦争ごっこ楽しんでいますか?

北朝鮮は、まだミサイルの発射を続けるようです。

Jアラートが鳴るたびにみんなで戦争ごっこ。楽しそうですね。

でも、ちょっと次の画像を見てください。愚かな日本人のために
Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF)の2016/11の記事
Syria: Crisis update - 28 November 2016から画像を拝借して転載します。

まず爆弾やミサイルが落ちると頑丈な建物がどうなるでしょう。よーくご覧ください。こんな建物の中にいて安全そうな場所などありますか?



爆撃されるとこうなります。



爆撃を受けた一帯はこうなります。



それなのに体育館に集まって頭を手で抱えてどうなります?


イスラム教徒にならって礼拝し神の助けを乞いますか?



シリアの人達は、爆撃を逃れるためにどうしているでしょう。頑丈な建物の中に集まっているでしょうか。そうではありません。街を逃れて人の少ない野に出たのです。



長期の避難者は、国境近くの砂漠や果樹園にテントを張りました。


それは、一般市民は、街を出たほうがISISや米国主導軍の爆撃を受ける危険が少ないからです。人間の盾に使われることもありません。

こう言っては失礼かも知れませんが、私やあなたを北朝鮮がミサイル攻撃で殺害しても、戦術的、戦略的、軍事的にどんな意味があるでしょう。殺害する者の数が多ければミサイルの殺戮効果を自慢する材料になるでしょうけど、それだけなら出勤時間のターミナルを狙ったほうがよほど効率的です。

はっきり申し上げて、私やあなたが死んでも北朝鮮はうれしくないのです。フツーのどうでも良い人、どうせ近々基本的人権が剥奪される人、技能面でも頭脳面でも特に有用ということもありません。

日本政府だって、けしからんと表向きは言ってみても、特に私に関してはごくつぶしが一人減ったと内心では喜ぶでしょう。

私やあなたが街を離れ野原にうずくまったら、林の陰に隠れたらもうミサイルは飛んできません。所詮巻き添え要員に過ぎないのです。

日本人の正しいミサイル防御の方法は、さんざん笑われた次の画像のようにすることです。頭を抱えることもありません。秋の日差しを浴びてせいぜいリラックスしましょう。



酒田市まで行くことはありません。軍事施設のない郊外で十分です。

※ 共同通信2017/9/3 17:00
島根にミサイル「意味ない」と自民・竹下氏
自民・竹下総務会長、北朝鮮ミサイル通過予告に「広島はまだ人口がいるが、島根に落ちても何の意味もない」。

軍基地のある都心または都会に住んでいたらミサイルが落ちてくる確率は上がります。着弾までの1、2分で懐中電灯を探すのもいいでしょう。

でも私は、本当にミサイルが打ち込まれると思ったらやはり田舎に避難、その暇がなければ、子供にしっかりと身支度させ、運動靴を履かせてしっかり抱きしめていてやることをお勧めします。

子供を連れて避難途中近くで爆弾が炸裂し、子供の手が軽くなったなとふと見たら手だけが残っていたということもあるのです。

ヨルダンのシリア国境に接した場所にあるRuqban避難民キャンプのテントの増加。




posted by ZUKUNASHI at 18:02| Comment(3) | 福島原発事故

北朝鮮が水素爆弾の実験強行、大陸間弾道弾に搭載可能な水素爆弾を開発したと発表

RT2017/9/3
N. Korea tested hydrogen bomb that can be mounted on ICBM – state TV
Pyongyang has successfully tested a hydrogen bomb which can be mounted on an Intercontinental Ballistic Missile (ICBM), the country’s state TV announced. Earlier an “artificial quake” was registered near a nuclear testing site in North Korea.
The bomb test was a “perfect success” and was a “meaningful” step to complete the North’s nuclear weapons program, state television said, as cited by Reuters.
Kim watched “an H-bomb to be loaded into new ICBM,” KCNA state news agency reported, adding that all components of the device were “homemade.”
“The H-bomb, the explosive power of which is adjustable from tens kiloton to hundreds kiloton, is a multi-functional thermonuclear nuke with great destructive power which can be detonated even at high altitudes for super-powerful [Electromagnetic pulse] EMP attack according to strategic goals,” the agency said.
On Saturday, Pyongyang said it developed a new, more advanced hydrogen nuke that is small enough to be fitted on a ICBM, KCNA state media reported.
North Korea’s Nuclear Weapons Institute created a “more developed nuke,” bringing about a “signal turn” in the country’s nuclear arsenal, the outlet said. North Korean leader Kim Jong-un reportedly inspected the new weapon during his visit to the nuclear facility.
“Our hydrogen fuel, which can be arbitrarily adjusted from tens to hundreds of kilotons depending on the target of the nuclear strike, not only exerts enormous destructive power,” but can also explode at a high altitude, producing a “super powerful EMP [electromagnetic pulse] against a vast region,” KCNA said in the Saturday statement.
On Sunday, a 6.3 magnitude earthquake rocked North Korea near a known nuclear test site – Punggye-ri in North Hamgyeong Province, according to the Korea Meteorological Administration (KMA), as cited by South Korean Yonhap news agency.
The USGS reported the tremor as 6.3 in magnitude, while China’s earthquake administration also said it detected a 6.3 magnitude earthquake in northeastern North Korea, calling it a “suspected explosion,” Reuters reports.
The Japanese Foreign Ministry claimed that, according to its data, “it was a nuclear test.” According to the Japan Meteorological Agency, the tremors in North Korea were at least 10 times as powerful as previous nuclear tests.
Witnesses in the Chinese city of Yanji, which borders North Korea, said they felt a tremor which lasted several seconds.
“I was eating brunch just over the border here in Yanji when we felt the whole building shake,” Michael Spavor, director of the Paektu Cultural Exchange, told Reuters, “It lasted for about five seconds. The city air raid sirens started going off.”
On Monday, South Korea’s National Intelligence Service warned that the North might be preparing its sixth nuclear weapon test from a test site in Punggye-ri. Pyongyang has already conducted five nuclear tests – in 2006, 2009, 2013, and in January and September 2016. Following the previous test, the North claimed it had successfully detonated a small nuclear warhead.
Tensions on the Korean Peninsula have been running high over the past months. While the US and its allies say Pyongyang violated its international obligations with the missile tests, North Korea slammed Washington’s military build-up in the region – in particular, the joint US-South Korea Ulchi Freedom Guardian drills, which took place in late August.
Following the ballistic missile tests, US President Donald Trump said “all options are on the table” regarding North Korea, later tweeting that “talking is not the answer.”
Russia and China continue to insist that a military solution to the crisis is not an option. On Friday, Russian President Vladimir Putin warned that further escalation could lead to a regional conflict.
“The situation on the Korean Peninsula, where tensions have grown recently, is balancing on the brink of a large-scale conflict. Russia believes that the policy of putting pressure on Pyongyang to stop its nuclear missile program is misguided and futile,” Putin said.


RT2017/9/3
North Korea says has developed ‘advanced hydrogen bomb’ that can be fitted on ICBM
North Korea has developed a new, more advanced hydrogen nuke that is small enough to be fitted on a new intercontinental ballistic missile, state media KCNA has claimed.

According to the KCNA report, North Korea's Nuclear Weapons Institute has created a “more developed nuke,” bringing about a “signal turn” in the country’s nuclear arsenal. Kim Jong-un, the country’s leader, inspected the new weapon during his visit to the nuclear facility.
posted by ZUKUNASHI at 16:58| Comment(0) | 国際・政治