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2017年09月07日

へーっこうなんだ 知らなかったよ





某著名サイトを調べたら


そんなはずはありませんよね。
posted by ZUKUNASHI at 17:18| Comment(0) | デジタル・インターネット

イスラエル戦闘機がシリア領内にミサイル攻撃

RT2017/9/7
Israeli plane strikes Syrian positions in Hama province, kills two servicemen – Syrian Army
An Israeli plane has targeted Syrian army positions in the Hama province, killing two servicemen and causing material damage, Syrian general command said in a statement.
The incident took place early on Thursday, when an Israeli aircraft launched several missiles from Lebanese airspace, targeting Syrian Army positions near the city of Masyaf in Hama province. The attack killed two servicemen and inflicted material damage, SANA news agency reports, citing Syrian general command’s statement.

Syria’s general command has warned of “dangerous repercussions of this aggressive action to the security and stability of the region” while reiterating its “resolve and determination to crush terrorism and uproot it from all the territory of the Syrian Arab Republic” regardless of the terrorist groups’ allegiances and sources of support.

The Israeli Army has declined to comment on the incident, according to Reuters, as it does not comment on “operational matters.”
posted by ZUKUNASHI at 16:33| Comment(0) | 国際・政治

多くの家庭で「矯正効かなくなっている」日本

※  宇野常寛‏ @wakusei2nd 氏の2017/9/6のツイート
人にクソリプ送って溜飲下げている」とか、普通にあるんだろうけど、きっついだろうな、それ。。。
頭では「親なんてそんなもの」と分かっていても、その程度の人に自分の人生ある程度握られてると思うと絶望的になると思う。

※  宇野常寛‏ @wakusei2nd 氏の2017/9/6のツイート
この人「専業主婦」らしいけど朝から罵詈雑言をわざわざリプライしてくるような人が家で待っていると思うと、ダンナは本当に辛いだろうな……

※  ノーリミッツ‏ @ktsokko氏の2017/9/6のツイート
ちょっと違うけど、うちのオカンの最近のブームが、ユーチューブに上がってる真偽のわからないプロパガンダ的動画を観る事でツライ。

※  sato-sumi‏ @name14_1_3_15 氏の2017/9/6のツイート
私の知人は「ニュースを見るなら桜チャンネルがいい、民放や新聞は信じちゃダメ」と熱心に母親に勧めていて、もうこの親子の行く末を案ずるしかない。

※  紅のメタボ@小池百合子が日本を滅ぼす‏ @Fair_S0ciety 氏の2017/9/7のツイート
わかるわー。久々に実家帰ると親が「中国人ってのはね。。。」とかいっててドンビキ。もうあの年になると矯正効かないのよね。。

※  みりん‏ @HS_kt 氏の2017/9/7のツイート
親が一日8時間ぐらい 虎ノ門ニュース、ニュース女子、ネトウヨyoutuberを漁ってます。(53歳)
嫌韓本が家中に溢れてる。
嫌いならどっぷりのめり込まなければ良いのでは……?うんこの匂いを自分で嗅ぎにいく親。

・・・引用終わり・・・

このような親世代の人は多いんだろうと思います。だから自民党政権が倒れない。

管理人の知人夫婦は2チャンネラー。「アベチャン」+韓国人、中国人蔑視。家庭内の会話でも、嫌韓、嫌中の話題で盛り上がっているそうだ。

でもそれに参加していた一人娘は、年頃末期なのに結婚の見込みもなく、母親は他人が孫の話をすると敵意を抱くらしい。

このブログの内容は、偏見のないように努めていますが、最近韓国に対する不快感が滲み出ているかも知れません。

ブログの内容を家庭内で取り上げていただくのは光栄ですが、あくまでも冷静な視点でお願いします。最近の記事は、過去の記事を読んでいないと理解が難しくなっているのではないかと思っていますし、意図的にそうしています。
posted by ZUKUNASHI at 15:09| Comment(1) | 社会・経済

韓国は甲状腺がん発生率世界一だったんですね

浮世風呂 2014-04-02 08:25:55
日本より遙かに危険過ぎる韓国の原子力発電
から一部引用。

韓国の甲状腺癌が増加の一途を辿っている。
報道によると、甲状腺癌は4万人を超え、全ガン発生率のうち1位となった。甲状腺癌は毎年23.7%増加し、癌の平均発生率3.6%を大きく上回った。これはチェルノブイリ原発事故の現場地域より3倍多いレベルだという。19日、韓国KBS放送が報じた。

韓国は現在、甲状腺癌の発生率が群を抜いて世界1位

・・・引用終わり・・・

管理人は、韓国の方の知り合いはごく少ないです。そのため、韓国の事情についてはほとんど知りませんが、ソウル市内の空間線量率が高いことは、Youtubeの動画で知っていました。とても印象が深かったのです。

最近朝鮮半島づいていて、少し情報を集めているうちに上に引用した記事に出会いました。ビックリ!!

原因は、原発から出る放射性ヨウ素しか考えられません。日本にも飛んで来ているんでしょうね。管理人は、韓国の原発に警戒を強めています。

上の記事は2014/3時点のものです。甲状腺がんは被曝から数年経過して発症することが多いので、数年前、つまり2008年や2010年頃に被曝が多かったのではないかと推定されます。

2009年から2010年にかけては日本の人口動態に異常が見られ、管理人はこれを2010年問題と呼んでいます。時期的には一致します。


韓国の原発立地は南部に集中しています。要するに日本に近い。
どこの原発から放射性物質が大量に漏れていたのかは分かりません。空間線量率の過去のデータがあるのか、どこを見たら良いかが分からないのです。

一部の原発は恒常的に放射性物質を相当量放出していた可能性があります。そして、新古里1号機の初臨界が2010/6、発電開始が2011/2です。

日本ではSPM濃度の上昇が西に行くほど大きい時期があります。


もう一つ、2010/11/12・13の長崎県下のSPM濃度。まず対馬から始まり続いて松浦、佐世保、五島、長崎、島原とピークが出ています。SPMが北から流れてきたことが分かります。



2011/3/20日頃に秋田県などで観測された異常に高いSPM濃度でも300μg/m3を超えていません。これだけのSPMを吹き飛ばすには極めて大きなエネルギーが必要です。
posted by ZUKUNASHI at 12:56| Comment(0) | 原発事故健康被害

北朝鮮がコーナーに追い詰められたら

RT2017/8/11
Pyongyang may hit US targets in S. Korea if provoked by Americans – Russian general to RT
North Korea may well fulfil its threat to hit US targets on South Korean territory if continued pressure by Washington puts Pyongyang at an impasse, Pavel Zolotarev, a retired Russian Major General, told RT.

“A US strike against North Korea may go against common logic, but when a country is governed by propaganda – and the United States are going through such a period – political decisions go beyond rational logic, and there we can have consequences that are hard to foresee,” Zolotarev warned.

On Wednesday, US President Donald Trump promised to bring “fire and fury like the world has never seen” on North Korea if it doesn’t stop tests aimed at the developing a nuclear-tipped long-range ballistic missile. Than the next day he went even further to say that the “fire and fury” warning to North Korea may not have been “tough enough.”

Increased pressure from Washington may force the North to “be more assertive in terms of retaliatory measures,” with South Korea becoming hostage in this situation, he warned.

“Strikes may be carried out, targeting either US facilities in South Korea or the South Korean territory itself,” Zolotarev, who is the Deputy Director of the Institute for US and Canadian Studies at the Russian Academy of Sciences, said.

“One shouldn’t forget that the South Korean capital, Seoul, is within the reach of (North Korean) artillery,” he added.

The expert stressed that claims by Korean People’s Army that they have plans worked out to strike US bases in Guam are “no bluff.”

“Every country’s military have to elaborate deployment strategies for any eventuality. It is politicians – not the military – who decide on whether or not to use such plans… So, if North Korean military talk of such plans, it means they actually have them,” he explained.

If the armed confrontation between the US and the North eventually breaks out, the Americans shouldn’t expect it to be a walk in the park, Zolotarev said.

“The North Korean military may inflict significant damage to US forces during a conventional conflict. Though their equipment is far beyond the American assets, their combat readiness and military morale are much higher,” he said.

No threats from Washington or even the harshest sanctions will make Pyongyang abandon its plan to develop its own intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM), Aleksandr Tsalko, a Russian retired Air Force general, told RT.

“[The North Koreans] will sell the last shirt from their back, but will make [the missile],” Tsalko said.

However, he expressed doubt that Pyongyang currently has the capability to carry out nuclear strikes against American bases in Guam and elsewhere if attacked.

“They claim they have one, but having a long-range missile and being capable of delivering a nuclear strike are two different things. They need to make a nuclear warhead that their missile can carry, to learn how to hit a target with it at long range,” the co-founder of the Council for Foreign and Defense Policies said.

“I doubt North Korea now has a guidance system good enough for that. They can make a bang somewhere in the sea, but that’s all,” he added.

Despite the US being serious about North Korean claims that it tested an ICBM, the Russian military insists that its data shows that Pyongyang only fired a mid-range missile.

The former general said that while the US is overwhelmingly more powerful than North Korea, launching an attack at the country would come with a significant cost for America’s allies in the region, namely South Korea and Japan.

“However few short and intermediate-range missiles North Korea has, they are enough to cause unacceptable amount of damage, if a nuclear warhead is used,” he said.

“The Americans should have enough brains not to do it [attack Pyongyang]. As long as they don’t hurt North Korea, it will not take any action in return,” Tsalko said.
posted by ZUKUNASHI at 11:56| Comment(0) | 国際・政治

ロヒンギャの迫害でアウンサンスーチーに批判が高まる

FARSNEWS2017/9/5
The Plight of Rohingya: Myanmar Authorities Are Deliberately Overlooking Atrocities
TEHRAN (FNA)- A surge in deadly violence in Myanmar has forced over 18,000 Rohingya Muslims to flee in less than one week. Muslim nations must take practical measures to end this inhuman crackdown.

As maintained by Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif, Iran is prepared to help adoption of collective strategies by international organizations and Muslim countries in order to solve the ongoing crisis plaguing Myanmar’s Muslim community. This comes as Myanmar’s military has intensified attacks on Rohingya Muslims.

This is while the Muslim community has long been under a military siege in Rakhine since October 2016. The government claimed that its border guards had come under a militant attack and used it as the pretext to enforce the lockdown without substantiating its claim. The Rohingya had already been subject to communal violence by extremist Buddhists for years.

Myanmar’s military is committing atrocities and crimes against Rohingya people, who are considered by the UN as “the most persecuted minority group in the world.” According to a United Nations report published on Monday, a total of 87,000 Rohingya Muslims - including women and children, many with bullet wounds - have arrived in Bangladesh since last month. This is while the world community remains silent on the persisting violence.

Indeed, decades of persistent and systematic human rights violations, including the very violent security assaults since October 2016, and lack of international action have almost certainly contributed to the nurturing of violent Buddhist extremism. The Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights says the attacks against desperate Rohingya civilians may “very likely” amount to crimes against humanity and ethnic cleansing.

Moreover, the government has long disputed the Rohingya people’s status as Burmese citizens and has restricted their movement and excluded them from social services, rendering the majority of the group stateless and impoverished. This violates their basic human rights under the International Humanitarian Law.

This further confirms that serious human rights violations are indeed being carried out against the civilian population and the world needs to do something about it. The world society cannot turn a blind eye to this disturbing situation. Sadly enough, in response to the violence, the UN Security Council has only held a closed door discussion, which is not enough. No formal statement has been made, while the right thing to do is to call on the Myanmar military to de-escalate immediately.

The world should also stop supporting Aung San Suu Kyi, Nobel Peace Prize laureate and Myanmar’s State Counselor. They shouldn’t look to her to set the right tone and to find the compromises and the de-escalation necessary in order to resolve the conflict for the good of all the people in Burma. If history is any indication, she will never bother to urge the government to revisit its citizenship law, grant freedom of movement for Rohingya Muslims, and invest in the socio-economic development of Rakhine. All she cares about is for the status quo to continue, which will only lead to further violence and radicalization which will further deepen chronic poverty in the state.

The principle of responsibility to protect is clear. Myanmar authorities must facilitate the work of humanitarian agencies and provide unfettered humanitarian access to help stabilize the situation and reduce the number of people trying to flee the country. Accusing international organizations of helping civilians that Myanmar calls “terrorists,” prompting fears for the safety of aid workers and continued violence will only serve to increase fears and the potential for further violence.

The Rohingya, stripped of their citizenship rights since 1983, have suffered egregious violation of human rights and are in dire need of immediate attention and assistance by the international community. Despite the government’s persistent denial of threats of genocide, ethnic cleansing and crimes against humanity, evidence available strongly indicates that the prospect of atrocity is high and the government has failed in its duty to protect the Muslim population, a duty it has acknowledged and accepted in the World Summit 2005 and in the General Assembly Interactive Dialogue in 2009. Even worse, the country's government is no shy of conducting genocide.

Democracy without human rights is meaningless. The Rohingya have been subjected to discriminatory treatments by the previous military reign and the situation does not seem to improve with the current quasi-military democratic administration led by Suu Kyi. Due to their failure and lack of capacity, the responsibility to protect the Rohingya falls on the international community to force the government to fulfill such duty to stop genocide. It is crucial that the UN reacts on the issue and applies pressure on the government, including adoption of sanctions, to seriously treat its population in accordance with the standard of International Human Rights Law and send UN troops to the country if its government and military still shrug off responsibility.

・・・・・

RT2017/9/5
Thousands rally in support of Rohingya Muslims in Chechnya’s Grozny
On Monday thousands of people rallied in front of Akhmad Kadyrov Mosque in Grozny, the capital of the Chechen Republic of the Russian Federation, in solidarity with the Rohingya Muslims of Myanmar. Protesters called on Myanmar's government to take immediate action over the killing of Rohingya Muslims in the country's northwest. Some of the demonstrators held banners reading "no to genocide in Myanmar." Head of the Chechen Republic, Ramzan Kadyrov, gave a speech in which he stated that "countries that have closed their borders and refused assistance to refugees [should] be called to account.” Nearly 400 Rohingya Muslims were reportedly killed in mid-August in clashes and military confrontations, according to Reuters. It led to around 73,000 Rohingya Muslims fleeing to Bangladesh, the UNHCR reported.

FARSNEWS2017/9/5
Report: Israel Arming Myanmar amid Ongoing Rohingya Crackdown
TEHRAN (FNA)- Reports said Israel has continued to sell weapons to Myanmar as thousands of Rohingya refugees flee the military's violent crackdown in the Rakhine state.

The weapons sold to Myanmar include over 100 tanks, weapons and boats used to police the country's border, according to human rights groups and Burmese officials, Middle East Eye reported.

Israeli arms companies such as Tar Ideal have also been involved in training Myanmar's special forces who are currently in the Rakhine state where most of the violence has taken place. Images previously posted on the arms company's website showed its staff instructing members of the Burmese special forces on combat tactics and how to use specific weapons.

In September, the Israeli High Court of Justice is expected to hear a petition, launched by activists, urging the Israeli government to stop arms exports to Myanmar.

The US and EU have an arms embargo against Myanmar.

The petition was submitted in January, following visits by Israeli officials to Myanmar to discuss arms deals, and vice versa.

After the petition was submitted, the Israeli Defence Ministry in March said the court had no jurisdiction over the issue and claimed that arms sales to Myanmar were "clearly diplomatic".

Israel has shared a strong relationship with Myanmar and maintained trade relations over the years. These relations existed before the military junta stepped down.

Weapons used against the Palestinians are being sold as 'field-tested' to some of the worst regimes on the planet

Myanmar's military chief on Friday defended the clearing of villages, attempting to justify it as "unfinished business" dating back to World War Two.

Penny Green, an academic who has documented alleged war crimes perpetrated against the Rohingya people, told MEE that many governments "have lent their support to the current genocide".

"It's not at all surprising that the latest escalation in Myanmar's genocide of the Rohingya has not moved the Israeli state to cease its supply of weapons to Myanmar's military," said Green, director of the International State Crime Initiative at Queen Mary University.

"Its own record of violence and terror against the Palestinian people of Gaza is clear enough evidence tha Israel is unmoved by ethical concerns and human rights.

"Last year the British government spent over £300,000 of tax-payer's money in training the Myanmar military and Commander in Chief General Min Aung Hlaing was welcomed by EU heads of military eager to engage in arms sales and training," she added, citing figures from the Burma Campaign organisation.

More than 60,000 Rohingya refugees have fled their homes to seek refuge in Bangladesh as violence escalates in the Rakhine state.

Satellite images show dozens of Rohingya villages burned to the ground by the Myanmar army.

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Friday accused Myanmar of perpetrating a genocide against the Rohingya.

(CNN)2017.09.05 Tue posted at 12:01 JST
史上最年少でノーベル平和賞を受賞したパキスタン出身のマララ・ユスフザイさん(20)はこのほど、ミャンマーで報告されている少数派イスラム教徒ロヒンギャの人権侵害をめぐり、同国のアウンサンスーチー国家顧問が沈黙を続けていると非難する声明を出した。

マララさんは声明で、ロヒンギャの「痛ましく恥ずべき扱い」を数年前から非難してきたと振り返り、ミャンマーの事実上の政権トップで同じノーベル賞受賞者でもあるスーチーさんが「同じように非難してくれるのを待っている」と強調。「ロヒンギャの人々も待っている」と呼び掛けた。
ロヒンギャの人々の苦難に心を痛めていると述べ、「何世代にもわたり暮らしてきたミャンマーが祖国でないとしたら、祖国はどこにあるのでしょう。生まれた国であるミャンマーが市民権を与えるべきです」と訴えた。
さらに、ミャンマーの隣国バングラデシュがロヒンギャ難民に食糧や避難場所、教育を提供していることを指摘し、「私の母国パキスタンを含め、他国はバングラデシュを見習うべき」と述べている。

FARSNEWS2017/9/6
Sources: Myanmar Laying Landmines Near Bangladesh Border
TEHRAN (FNA)- Myanmar has reportedly been planting landmines across an area of its border with Bangladesh as thousands of Rohingya Muslims are fleeing a bloody crackdown to take refuge in neighboring Bangladesh.

Two government sources in Bangladesh told Reuters on Wednesday that Myanmarese forces had been “putting the landmines in their territory along the barbed-wire fence,” between a series of border pillars over the past three days.

“Our forces have also seen three to four groups working near the barbed wire fence, putting something into the ground,” one of the sources said on condition of anonymity.

The sources, who had direct knowledge of the situation, stressed that Myanmar was probably putting the landmines to prevent the return of the Rohingya Muslims who have already fled to Bangladesh.

But those members of the minority Muslim group who plan to flee Myanmar are also likely to use the path and risk hitting the mines.

The sources said Dhaka would formally file a protest against the planting of the landmines later on Wednesday.

Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi came under more pressure to halt violence against Rohingya Muslims that has sent nearly 125,000 of them fleeing over the border to Bangladesh in just over 10 days.

The bloody military crackdown, along with a blockade on Rakhine State, has left thousands of people stranded without essential life-saving supplies in the conflict area, The Guardian reported on Monday.

Government forces in Myanmar beheaded and burned alive Rohingya Muslim civilians, including children, witnesses disclosed, as calls grow to stop the “genocide” against the minority Muslims living in the Buddhist-majority country.

Myanmar’s military intensified attacks on Rohingya Muslims on August 25, after dozens of police and border outposts in the northern state of Rakhine came under attack by an armed group, which is said to be defending the rights of the Rohingya.

The Muslim community had already been under a military siege in Rakhine since October 2016. The government used a militant attack on border guards back then as the pretext to enforce the lockdown. The Rohingya had already been subject to communal violence by extremist Buddhists for years.

Myanmar’s military is accused of committing atrocities and crimes against Rohingya people, who are considered by the UN as the “most persecuted minority group in the world.”

The Myanmar government has announced that over 2,600 houses have been burned down over the past week in the Rohingya-majority areas of the country’s Northwest, which have been the scene of one of the deadliest outbreaks of violence against the persecuted Muslim community in decades.

“A total of 2,625 houses from Kotankauk, Myinlut and Kyikanpyin villages and two wards in Maungtaw were burned down,” the state-run Global New Light of Myanmar said on Saturday.

The Rohingya Muslims fleeing the violence to Bangladesh, however, insist that a campaign of arson and killings by the Myanmarese army aimed at forcing them out of the country is responsible for the carnage and destruction in the area.

Almost 400 people have been killed over the past week in Rohingya-majority Rakhine State, according to official figures.

The Rohingya are denied citizenship in Myanmar and considered as illegal immigrants, despite their roots that date back centuries. Bangladesh is also growing increasingly hostile to Rohingya Muslims, more than 400,000 of whom live in the impoverished South Asian country after fleeing Myanmar since the early 1990s.

BBC2017/9/6
アウンサンスーチー氏、「誤情報」を強く非難 ロヒンギャ危機
ミャンマーの少数派イスラム教徒ロヒンギャが衝突を逃れようと隣国バングラデシュに多数避難している問題で、事実上の指導者のアウンサンスーチー国家顧問兼外相は5日、ロヒンギャが多く暮らす西部ラカイン州に住む全員を政府は守っていると表明した。さらに、ロヒンギャが治安部隊に迫害されているという情報は「誤情報の巨大氷山の一角」だと強く非難した。8月末の危機発生以来、アウンサンスーチー氏が問題に言及しないことに批判の声が上がっていた。
アウンサンスーチー氏の事務所によると、トルコのタイイップ・エルドアン大統領と電話で協議中に発言したという。
地元メディアによると、スーチー氏はエルドアン大統領に対して、ミャンマー政府は「すでにラカイン州のすべての人を可能な限り最善の形で守り始めている」と伝えた。
スーチー氏は「私たちはほかの人たちよりも、人権や民主的な庇護を奪われるのがどういうことか、よく承知している。そのため、国内のすべての人が人権を尊重され、政治的だけでなく社会的、そして人道的に保護される権利も確実に尊重されるようにしている」と述べたという。
スーチー氏はさらに、たくさんの偽の写真が出回っており、「テロリストの利益促進を目的として、異なるコミュニティーの間に問題をたくさん作りだそうと計算された、誤情報の巨大氷山の一角に過ぎない」と反発したという。
posted by ZUKUNASHI at 09:02| Comment(0) | 国際・政治