ずくなしの冷や水

2018年04月10日

ダマスカス郊外

南部の郊外、Herjelah,syria 難民キャンプがあるんですね。食事の差し入れは、個人がやっているんでしょうか。普通の荷物トラックで荷台にいる親父も普通の服装です。







ドゥマから退出するテロリスト。彼らの多くは世帯持ちです。食べるために戦闘現場に出稼ぎに来ているのです。最前列に陣取る二人はリーダー格でしょう。5年は生き延びたがこの先はどうなるか分かりません。弾丸の入っていない銃を手にこの先自分たちを待ち構える日々を凝視しているかのようです。
posted by ZUKUNASHI at 21:52| Comment(0) | 国際・政治

Skripal case 9

RT2018/4/6
'Skripal case plays amazingly into Britain’s campaign to isolate Russia'

RT: The Russian Ambassador to the UN Vasily Nebenzia described the UK allegations as a "theater of the absurd." Is that an accurate description?

Dan Glazebrook: Absolutely. There have been three pillars of the UK case and they are crumbling away one by one. The basic three pillars are: first, this pseudo-scientific argument that this is Novichok, this chemical that no one ever heard of until three weeks ago, this nerve agent, and it is only Russia that is capable of producing it and using it. And the second [has] to do with this idea that Russia has form and the motive. But the first case is really crumbling away now that the head of Porton Down has come out and admitted, “We can’t verify that this is Russian-manufactured.” Two very important facts are totally obscured and neglected in the mainstream media. One is that in September 2017, the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) actually verified the destruction of Russia’s entire chemical weapons program. The US and the UK have never put forward any reasons as to why they doubt the OPCW’s verification here or any evidence that Russia still is producing Novichok. But that is a very important piece of information that is never picked up on. And secondly, the Russian chemist who revealed the existence of Novichok published a book with his formula in 2008, saying that it could actually be made with fairly simple bits and pieces you get in pesticides and fertilizers. Far from the idea that Russia is the only power capable of producing this stuff, it turns out that actually anyone with access to a decent lab and Amazon.com could produce this stuff. So, that holds that pseudo-scientific argument that it could be only Russia completely crumbled away.

First of all, we have to start with the premise that in recent months, Russia has been blamed for everything from the kneeling scandal in the NFL to the Charlottesville protests. Russia seems to be the first country that is blamed for anything. That makes me very skeptical when people rush to judgment against Russia, especially the US, which Russia seems to be the punching bag for… right now, but frankly, for many decades. There is no evidence Russia was behind this and frankly, the motive doesn’t appear to be there. Why would Russia wait for 8 years to go after this spy and his daughter? […] This smells like a set-up of Russia, and people have to be skeptical of what is happening. – Dan Kovalik, human and labor rights lawyer, author of The Plot to Scapegoat Russia: How the CIA and the Deep State Have Conspired to Vilify Putin

RT: Vasily Nebenzia also said on a practical level it would make no sense to carry out such an attack before the Russian election and the World Cup. Is it fair to say the UK has failed to come up with a convincing motive?

DG: Exactly. With the crumbling away of this pseudo-scientific part of the argument, Boris Johnson [and others] are left really revealed that actually they don’t have evidence as such but Russia has the form and has the motive. This is now basically the case that the UK is making. If we look at form, Boris Johnson really needs to learn a bit of his own history before he starts accusing Russia of form in this regard. Not only has Britain invaded 90 percent of the world’s countries, not only has Britain committed active genocide on most of the world’s continents, but actually we know from a report by the Independent newspaper two years ago the extent of the British state’s testing of chemical and biological warfare on its own population is much bigger than anyone ever realized. Over 750 experiments carried out on unsuspecting, non-volunteers, members of the population in coastal towns in Britain, on the Tube, or London Underground, having chemical or biological agents released on them during the Cold War from the ‘40s to the ‘50s. And including testing sarin nerve gas on British soldiers right up until the 1980s. So, if we are going to talk about form, Mr. Johnson, Britain has form on using nerve agents against British citizens on British soil. So, then it is reduced down to ‘motive’… I get the idea that you want to send a message to the so-called traitors, that Putin wants a spat with the West in advance of the election. I understand that. But what about what Britain has gained of all of this? Britain has got 28 countries to expel Russian diplomats. Hasn’t Britain been trying to wage this campaign of isolation against Russia for years now? Hasn’t this amazingly played into this campaign? If we are going to reduce everything to “which country’s got the form and the motive,” then Britain is on a very shaky grounds accusing Russia. And that is why it is so important to have evidence rather than just talking about motives.

RT2018/4/6
OPCW inspection in Russia amid Moscow’s calls for transparency in Skripal case
As Moscow urges full transparency in the case of Sergei Skripal's poisoning, experts from the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) have paid a visit to Russia.

Inspectors arrived to monitor compliance with the organization's rules last week. The checks were reported by the Russian Defense Ministry's newspaper, Krasnaya Zvezda (Red Star), on Friday. The report, however, didn't elaborate on what exactly the OPCW inspectors were looking at, or where.

The news comes as Russia finds itself at the center of the blame game over the poisoning of former double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter, Yulia. They were discovered in a critical condition in Salisbury, affected by what the British government claims is a Russian-made nerve agent. The UK authorities swiftly accused the Russian state – an allegation which Moscow has repeatedly denied, while calling for a transparent joint investigation. Moscow's suggestions were rebuffed by London as "perverse" and a "diversionary tactic."

Earlier this week, scientists at the Porton Down chemical weapons lab near Salisbury said they were unable to trace the nerve agent used on the Skripals back to Russia. Shortly afterwards, the UK Foreign Office issued a statement that London stands by its "assessment" of Russia's guilt.

On Wednesday, Russia's proposal for a new, joint probe into the Skripal case was voted down by 15 members of the OPCW governing body in The Hague, with six supporting Russia and 17 abstaining. After the initiative failed, Russian Ambassador to the UK Alexander Yakovenko called on Britain to make public all material relevant to the investigation. He said that while Moscow has no evidence of the UK government's role in the case, London's refusal to cooperate and its campaign to blame Moscow leave Russia wondering about its motives.

Russia then called a UN Security Council session, where its envoy pointed out inconsistencies in the official UK narrative of the Skripal case, and reiterated Moscow's stance that the use of chemical weapons by anyone anywhere is "inadmissible and must be investigated and punished."

The accusations against Moscow have already resulted in the expulsion of over 100 Russian diplomats from a number of EU countries and their allies. The Russians were accused of being “undeclared intelligence officers.” The UK led the way with 23 expulsions, and the US sent home 60 and closed down the Russian consulate in Seattle. Most of the other participants expelled one to four people.

Moscow responded in kind, including the closure of the US consulate in St. Petersburg and the expulsion of 60 US diplomats. In addition to booting out 23 British diplomats, it gave London a month to cut its diplomatic presence in the country to the same number of Russian diplomatic staff in Britain.




RT2018/4/10
‘They decided who to blame beforehand’: Ex-Pakistani intel chief on Skripal case
The former director general of Pakistan’s Military Intelligence has offered a comprehensive dismissal of the UK’s claim that Russia was behind the poisoning of former spy Sergei Skripal.

In an interview with RT, Asad Durrani explained that, in the Skripal poisoning case, the authorities had already settled on who to blame for the attack before investigators had completed a formal probe, or had even started taking names.

According to the three-star general, there can only be two reasons for this. “That means either you are quite sure who to blame or you have already decided before you launched that operation, call it a false flag operation, as to who is going to be blamed,” he said.

Durrani outlined another key fact about the Skripal case that significantly undermines the view that Russia was involved in the poisoning: it’s very easy to kill someone with a nerve agent, if you actually want to carry out an assassination, so the Skripals’ survival raises more questions.

“If it was an operation to be launched by Russia, it could have been very effective. Killing people with that poison, or with this type of toxin is not very difficult, but they both survived,” he said.

“That means someone was clearly ensuring that ‘look, we must make it look like a toxic attack but we don’t want to lose these people’. So this is yet another question mark.”

Durrani, who is also a former chief of the powerful Inter-Services Intelligence, said that all these questions hanging over the case have undermined the UK’s claims of Russian involvement, to such an extent that their allies were quick to lose faith in the narrative. “In this particular case the credibility of the whole process, since it is lacking, I do not think they have been able to convince even their own allies for very long that this is a genuine operation launched by Moscow,” he said.

RT2018/4/10
If CIA relocates Skripals in the US 'we may not see them again' – Russia's UN envoy
Media reports that the US is ready to shelter the Skripals under new identities point to the CIA's role in the poisoning saga and mean they may now vanish for good, without providing key evidence, the Russian envoy to the UN said.

Vassily Nebenzia, Russia's UN envoy, was commenting on the report by The Sunday Times that intelligence officials at MI6 have been discussing, with their American colleagues at the CIA, a potential resettlement of former Russian-UK double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia, who are now recovering from a poison attack that British authorities have blamed on Russia. The relocation scheme would include, according to a senior Whitehall source cited by The Times, both father and daughter being provided with new identities.

The US is reportedly one of four countries that are being considered by the British authorities as a future safe haven for the Skripals, the others being Canada, Australia and New Zealand. However, according to an intelligence source cited by the paper, the US seems like "the obvious place" to choose "because they're less likely to be killed there and it's easier to protect them there under a new identity."

Speaking at the UN Security Council meeting on Monday, Nebenzia said that the reported involvement of the CIA in the case "itself speaks volumes."

"However, this also means that we possibly perhaps will never see these people, [who are] key witnesses of what took place," he added.

The Russian embassy in the UK also commented on the reports. It said that, in the case of "such a secret relocation," the Skripals' version of what happened in Salisbury would likely never be heard. If, as a result, they would be cut off from the outside world, Russia "will have grounds to consider this situation as an abduction of two Russian citizens, or at least as their isolation," the embassy's spokesperson told Sputnik.

A recent report by the Mail on Sunday, that the Skripals' house at Christie Miller Road in Salisbury will likely be razed to ground, and the Mill public house and the Zizzi restaurant may also be demolished, is another warning sign, the spokesman said. "Such steps prove that the United Kingdom has started pursuing a policy of destroying important evidence," he said.

"We have seen the same in the case of Sergei Skripal's pets, with a bench in the park, where Sergei and Yulia Skripal have been found, and so on," he noted.

The British authorities confirmed last week that the Skripals' two guinea pigs had died, reportedly from dehydration, and a cat was put down after it was found "distressed" by a vet brought to the house by officials. Moscow previously disputed the UK's version of events, arguing that the analyses of the pets' condition might have provided a valuable insight into the agent allegedly used to poison the Skripals.

"We have an impression that the UK government makes intentional attempts to destroy all possible evidence, to classify all the existing materials and to remove the possibility to hold an independent and transparent investigation," the embassy spokesperson said.

The embassy also dismissed as "very unpersuasive," reports of a string of mysterious messages allegedly intercepted by the UK's Royal Air Force (RAF) based in Cyprus, with one of the messages saying "the package has been delivered." The information on the message, which is presumably highly classified, was provided to the Sunday Express by anonymous "insiders." The message, which is said to have been delivered from Syria, was allegedly intercepted on March 4, and later linked to the Skripal case for no obvious reason. However, it then became one of the main arguing points used by the UK to persuade more than a dozen countries in Europe to expel Russian diplomats.

"The reports that the Cyprus-based RAF analysts intercepted certain messages on March 3 and March 4 look very unpersuasive. So do the attempts to link these messages with the Skripal case,” the embassy said, adding that the fact that it was used to prompt the UK's allies to follow suit in expelling Russian diplomats proves that the UK's entire case against Russia is "based only on assumptions."

FARSNEWS2018/4/10
Russian Embassy in UK: London Destroying Evidence Related to 'Ex-Spy Case'
TEHRAN (FNA)- Russian Ambassador to the United Nations Vassily Nebenzia, during an emergency Security Council meeting on Monday, said that the fake news about a chemical attack in the Syrian town of Douma aims to distract the world from the fabricated former agent Sergei Skripal case and build an anti-Russia alliance.

"The fake news on Saturday from Douma is geared toward drawing the attention of society away from the Skripal case, which was muddled up by London, and throwing on Russia completely unconfirmed accusations with the aim of pulling solidarity to build an anti-Russian alliance," Nebenzia said, Sputnik reported.

Several opposition online news portals reported on Saturday, citing Syrian militants, that the country's Army had used chlorine in Douma.

The "chemical attack" killed up to 70 people and injured hundreds of others, according to media reports.

In turn, Syria’s SANA news agency reported citing Syrian officials that these allegations were merely a provocation by Jaish al-Islam group and other militants to hinder the advance of the Syrian government’s Army.

The Russian reconciliation center for Syria on Sunday categorically refuted media reports about the Syrian armed forces having dropped a chlorine-filled bomb on Douma.

The center's representatives have visited the place of the alleged chemical attack and questioned local doctors, who said that they had not received individuals with symptoms of chemical poisoning.

Moreover, the Russian Foreign Ministry stated that such information aimed to make legit cover for terrorists and justify possible external military intervention in Syria.

Meanwhile, the Central Intelligence Agency’s (CIA) involvement in the Skripal poisoning case has become obvious after reports emerged that the US spy agency offered shelter to the two victims in the incident, meaning that Russian officials may never see them again, Nebenzia said.

UK media reported on Sunday that the United States could provide the Skripals with new identities in order to protect them from new potential attacks.

Apart from the United States the representatives of the two intelligence services have discussed Australia, Canada and New Zealand as potential destination for relocation of the Skripals under new names, according to media reports.

"According to reports from newspapers, we learned that the CIA proposed to shelter the Skripals in the US and to give them new names," Nebenzia told the UN Security Council during an emergency meeting on Syria on Monday, adding that "The participation of the CIA here in itself speaks volumes. However, this also means that we possibly perhaps will never see these people, [who are] key witnesses of what took place."

In addition, the Russian Embassy in the United Kingdom has sent an official note to the UK Foreign Office asking to confirm or to refute new details of the "Skripal case" previously reported by media, a Spokesperson of the Embassy told Sputnik.

"This is yet another example of potentially important information spread by media, when the Russian side still had not received any information from UK authorities through official channels. Today the Embassy has sent yet another note to the UK Foreign Office asking either to confirm or to refute the abovementioned reports," the Spokesperson stated Monday.

Moreover, the Spokesperson of the Russian Embassy stressed that the alleged relocation of Skripal and his daughter Yulia to a third country would become a violation of international law.

"Such relocation could become yet another blatant violation of international law. After the poisoning of Sergei and Yulia Skripal, the United Kingdom does not meet its commitments under the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations and the bilateral consular convention," the Spokesperson said Monday citing the UK refusal to provide the Russian side with access to the poisoned compatriots and refusal to grant a UK visa to Viktoria Skripal − the niece of a poisoned ex-spy.

"If such a secret relocation of Sergei and Yulia Skripal takes place, the possibility to listen to their version of the March 4 events highly likely will be lost. If the world is deprived of the opportunity to communicate with them, it will have grounds to consider this situation as an abduction of two Russian citizens, or at least as their isolation," the diplomat added.

Moreover, the Spokesperson noted that the Russian Embassy had taken into account the UK media reports that said that Skripal and his daughter were poisoned with the nerve agent spread on the door of Skripal's house and the information about the presence of medics, who had been trained to provide assistance to people affected by chemical weapons, in the hospital, where the Skripals had been sent to after the poisoning.

Meanwhile, the information of the UK-based media outlets about a suspicious message allegedly intercepted by the analysts of the Royal Air Force (RAF) soon after the poisoning of Skripal looks unpersuasive, a Spokesperson told Sputnik.

UK media reported on Monday that the RAF analysts in Southern Cyprus allegedly intercepted messages sent from Syria to "an official" in Moscow after Skripal and his daughter were found unconscious in the UK city of Salisbury.

The message said "the package has been delivered", according to media.

"The reports that the Cyprus-based RAF analysts intercepted certain messages on March 3 and March 4 look very unpersuasive. So do the attempts to link these messages with the 'Skripal Case.' The fact that as it has been stated, the intercepted information, along with other sources, has been used by the UK side to persuade its allies to expel the Russian diplomats again shows that the UK position is based only on assumptions," the Spokesperson stressed Monday.

The diplomat added that the Embassy had already sent an official request to confirm or to refute the reports.

In addition, The Spokesperson of the Russian Embassy to the UK believes that the reports about future demolition of the buildings are proving the fact that the United Kingdom is implementing a policy of destruction of evidence.

Media reported on Monday that the house of former Russian intelligence in the UK town of Salisbury, as well as the Mill pub and Zizzi restaurant, attended by the ex-spy and his daughter before the poisoning, would be demolished.

"Such steps prove that the United Kingdom has started pursuing a policy of destroying important evidence. We have seen the same in the case with Sergei Skripal's pets, with a bench in the park, where Sergei and Yulia Skripal have been found and so on," the Spokesperson stressed Monday.

The United Kingdom has not provided any information to the Russian side on the investigation and does not cooperate with the Russian investigators on the issue, according to the official.

The diplomat noted that on March 12, UK Prime Minister Theresa May and Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson have brought charges against Russia, however no evidence has been provided so far.

"We have an impression that the UK government makes intentional attempts to destroy all possible evidence, to classify all the existing materials and to remove the possibility to hold an independent and transparent investigation. Such policy could only undermine the country's authority and to harm its image. We demand a clear and public explanation of this position," the Spokesperson said.

Skripal, the former Russian military intelligence Colonel who was recruited by British intelligence, and his daughter were found unconscious on March 4 at a shopping center in Salisbury, England.

The UK authorities have accused Russia of orchestrating an attack on the Skripals with a Soviet-era A234 nerve agent.

In turn, the British government and its Western allies have accused Russia of being involved in a nerve agent attack on Skripal.

Russia has denied having any role in the Skripal case and requested a joint investigation as per international law and samples of the substance used to poison the Skripals, but was rejected.

Russia has also pointed out that the United Kingdom has not offered evidence to substantiate its groundless claims.
posted by ZUKUNASHI at 18:17| Comment(0) | 国際・政治

どっちがデマだろう? ツイート主のインセンチブは何だろう 1

何年か前に目にした資料も、今改めて見るといろいろ気づくことがあります。客観的な情報をデマだと中傷するツイッターアカウントに対抗する戦いに管理人も微力ながら参戦。



同じく桑ちゃん氏の2018/2/19のツイートから


1Gy/h=0.8Sv/hとされますから1mGy/h=0.8mSv/h、1nGy/h=0.8nSv/h、100nGy/h=80nSv/h=0.08μSv/h。
16000nGy/hは、12.8μSv/h。

気象研究所のシミュレーションから












2011/3/15、福島市では午後2時ころから弱い雨が降り始めたようで湿度が上がっています。午後5時には降水量1mmを記録。紅葉山で測定した線量率は、17時、午後5時に15,000nGy/h=12μSv/hに上がっていますが、大気中の放射性物質は降雨により次々と地表に落下しました。(下のリンクにありますが、福島市内ではところにより67μSv/hもあったとの情報もあります)

プルームによって次々と運び込まれ、地表に落下した放射性物質がガンマ線を発し続けますから空間線量率は上がり続けます。ですが、大気中にある放射性物質は空間線量率の上昇ほどには濃度が高まらなかったのです。

そのため、吸気被曝は空間線量率が高い割には相対的に少なくて済んだと言えるでしょう。2011/3/21に濃厚汚染が生じた東葛地方、3/15に霧雨が降り続いたという栃木県北部と同じです。降雨がなければ、吸気被曝で甚大な健康被害が出ていたでしょう。甲状腺異常も現状より何倍、何十倍も多発していたと考えられます。

空間線量率が1000nGy/h=800nSv/h=0.8μSv/hもあれば、ほとんどの個人用放射能測定器は警告音を鳴らし続けます。2011/3/21の夜千葉県船橋市内を自家用車で走行した方は、警告音が鳴りっぱなしだったそうです。閾値0.3μSv/hです。

2011/3の再来は考えたくありませんが、再来があったらそのときはバタバタ逝くことのないようにしたいです。

2015年04月09日
ヨウ素があったときの空間線量率はどれくらいだっただろう
2017年12月30日
ガンマだけで9μSvの津島集落はベータ込みで最低5倍の数値はあったはず


↑↑このツイートの「デマ」は「真実」のミスプリでしょう。ドイツ人は抜け目がない。デマはホロコーストにかかわるもので十分と考えている人も。



↑↑忘れかけていたが、上のツイートがちょうどよい機会になった。十万山の山林火災、怖さを再確認しよう。日本では春に山林火災が起きやすい。

管理人が調べた常磐自動車道の空間線量率の変化、NEXCO東日本の発表による。火災現場は十万山。


2017年05月17日
浪江町で山林火災 その6 12日も続き 鎮火時期を早めて公表?
2017年05月14日
原因は十万山の山火事かそれともF1ダイレクト?
2017年05月10日
浪江町で山林火災 その5 自衛隊員の被曝回避のためロシアの放水用飛行機の救援を依頼すべき
2017年05月06日
浪江町で山林火災 その4 5/6も鎮火せず
2017年05月04日
浪江町で山林火災 その3 5/4も消火活動継続
2017年05月02日
浪江町で山林火災 その2 極めて深刻な事態
2017年05月02日
浪江町で山林火災 その1



↑↑ ※ 桑ちゃん @namiekuwabara氏の2018/2/24のツイート
6号線通ったら車の中でも6μSv/h超えた所もあったよ。3ヶ月1.3mSvどころじゃなかったね。高い高い!!!!!管理区域どころじゃない所子供や幼児乗せて走っている異常すぎる光景です。紫外線の6万6千倍の放出エネルギー放射線で細胞の電子ぶっ飛んでいるんじゃないの!!!

次の測定結果では、今も常時0.2μSv/hを超えている。



↑↑※  桑ちゃん‏ @namiekuwabara氏の2018/2/24のツイート
桑ちゃんさんが「Fact Check 福島」by STOP!福島関連デマ・差別をリツイートしました
この画像は津波と間違えただけでょう。カナダ沖でもサケからストロンチウム90検出されたといっていたから海流に沿って拡散した事に違いはない。放射性物質を放流したわけだから広がっていくのは当たり前!!!

上の図には、"Japan tohoku tsunami March 11,2011"と書いてある。津波の伝播状況を示したもの。太平洋の放射性物質汚染についてはこちらの方がより適切。日付変更線より西についてはあまり変わりはない。

2018年02月03日
福島発の放射性物質による米国の汚染は続くだろう


↑↑2014年07月17日 Radiation Dose Estimates according to the US Department of Defense から



「福島の子どもの初期被曝は健康影響のないレベルに抑えられました」が福島以外の関東などでは大人も子供も重大な初期被曝を受けました?
バカ言っちゃいけないよ。


↑↑ こういうでたらめをよく考えつくものだ。

塩瀬いすず氏の2018/3/3のツイート




※ 桑ちゃん @namiekuwabara氏の2018/3/9のツイート
「福島デマ・差別撲滅」サイト開いてやっている団体あるようですが、前に「福島県と他県の線量は変わりあるのか?」文面にてデータ出さず流しているようですが、子供が運動するであろうと頃ピックアップ比較してみた。線量的には大分違うと思うけど・・デマ・差別してるのはどっちかな?No1伊達市保原

※ 桑ちゃん @namiekuwabara氏の2018/3/9のツイート
桑ちゃんさんが「Fact Check 福島」by STOP!福島関連デマ・差別をリツイートしました
現場を退域した方の追跡調査できていないというじゃないか。退域したら知らんふり、NHKでは2年前に癌でなくなった言っていたよね。昔からそのようなものです。派遣会社から配属された方は分らなくなる。そのような事情も分らないで語るのは如何なものかな?保障も無いんだよ。元請とは違うからね。

※ 桑ちゃんさんが追加
「Fact Check 福島」by STOP!福島関連デマ・差別
@StopFdema
福島第一原発作業員の死傷者数は多いのか?
http://fukushima.factcheck.site/fact/1180

※ 桑ちゃん @namiekuwabara氏の2018/3/9のツイート
川俣町から原発に行っていた方(26歳)母親が朝起しに行ったら亡くなっていたという方もいるんだよ。現場で働く雇用形態など分らんでいい加減な事は言わんほうがよいですよ。東芝などの元請社員と違うんだから。

※ 桑ちゃん @namiekuwabara氏の2018/3/12のツイート
あれ?「デマ撲滅サイト」何処にいったかな?
地元のお医者さんの話聞かせようかと思ったのだが、「何となく白血病浪江町増えたような気がする。」いままで貢献してきたお医者さんの話の感想、全国と比べたわけじゃないけどと言っておりましたが。感じる感覚は長年やっていると分るもの。

※ 桑ちゃん @namiekuwabara氏の2018/3/のツイート
私の自宅玄関の6年前の空間線量率65μSv/hあったから、レントゲン室照射中の線量より高かったのかな!!!「レントゲン室」は3ヶ月1.3mSv超える恐れの場所だから、生活居住地域は24時間だから約0.6(μSv/h)3ヶ月続く場所今でも存在、レントゲン室と同じといういい方も間違いとはいえませんね。





※ 桑ちゃん @namiekuwabara氏の2018/4/2のツイート
福島民報でも「原発事故関連死」使っているけどね。原発事故で殺されたと言ってもよいものを「原発事故関連死」というのではないのか?地震津波で亡くなったわけでなく、原発事故がなければ生きられた命。原発事故で殺されたんだよ!理解してる?http://www.minpo.jp/pub/topics/jishin2011/cat289/



※ masa @zebra_masa氏の2018/4/9のツイート
「福島差別」とか騒いでいた「FactCheck福島」というデマサイトがプチ炎上しているようで。「ファクト(事実)」という言葉の使い方を見て、何かネトウヨと似ているなあと思い、少しネットで追ったら「#幸福の科学」に行き着いた。



「FactCheck福島」というこのサイトは、差別問題で騒がしくなっているらしいのだが、詳しくは追っていない。

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若い方が上のようなツイートをしているとしたら、一生、自分の犯した人道上の罪に苦しむことになるでしょう。もし良心があればのことですが。シリアのテロリストと同じで何か薬を使っている? 年齢を加えるごとに自分の行いを客観的に見る、客観的に振り返ることができるようになり、それが得てして自分自身を苛むこともあるのです。

毎日新聞2018年2月24日 12時53分(最終更新 2月24日 13時00分)
米捕虜生体解剖に立ち会い 「心の傷」自伝
 太平洋戦争末期の1945年、九州帝国大(現九州大)で実施された「九大生体解剖事件」に医学生として立ち会った東野(とうの)利夫医師(92)=福岡市中央区=が、自伝「戦争とは敵も味方もなく、悲惨と愚劣以外の何物でもない」(文芸社)を出版した。戦争を知る世代が亡くなっていく中、歴史の証人として戦争体験を後世に伝えるため、「最後の仕事」として筆を執った。
 事件があったのは45年。同年5月に熊本・大分県境に墜落した米軍爆撃機B29の搭乗員だった8人の捕虜に対し、九大医学部の外科医らが血液の代用として海水を入れたり、肺を除去したりするなどの実験手術を実施し、捕虜は全員死亡した。入学直後の東野さんは、4回のうち2回、手術に立ち会った。「当時はB29の搭乗員と聞いてものすごい敵意があり、自分も『かわいそう』とは思わなかった。それが戦争だった」と語る。
 戦後、旧日本軍や九大関係者計23人が有罪判決を受けた。詳しく事情を知らなかった東野さんは罪に問われなかったが、医師が健康な人間の命を奪った事件に関与していたことを知った衝撃は大きく、心に大きな傷が残った。80歳を過ぎてからも不眠に悩まされ、「この傷は一生消えない」とつぶやく。
 自伝には戦中の体験をつづったほか、80年に訪米し、墜落したB29の搭乗員の中で九大に送られず、唯一生き残ったマービン・ワトキンズ元機長と対面した記録も記した。日本を空襲した側のワトキンズ元機長は「あの戦争は我が生涯で最も苦しい体験だった」と語ったという。東野さんは「家族にも戦争体験を語っておらず、機長も精神的苦痛を負っていることがわかった」と振り返る。
 戦後は福岡市で開業医として過ごす傍ら、B29の墜落現場を訪ねたり、裁判記録を読んだりするなど事件について取材を重ね、79年に「汚名『九大生体解剖事件』の真相」(文芸春秋)を世に出した。
 米朝関係の悪化など日本を取り巻く安全保障環境は厳しく、日本では戦争の実体験がない戦後世代の政治家が増えている。「今、書かねば」との思いが募り出版した。東野さんは「戦争になれば人間は異常になる。人間は過ちを犯すが、それを改めることができなければ本当の過ちになる」と語る。【佐野格】
posted by ZUKUNASHI at 12:01| Comment(3) | 福島原発事故

加計学園獣医学部新設計画は首相案件

※ 朝日新聞デジタル2018/4/10(火) 5:01配信
「本件は、首相案件」と首相秘書官 加計めぐり面会記録
 学校法人「加計(かけ)学園」が愛媛県今治市に獣医学部を新設する計画について、2015年4月、愛媛県や今治市の職員、学園幹部が柳瀬唯夫首相秘書官(当時)らと面会した際に愛媛県が作成したとされる記録文書が存在することがわかった。柳瀬氏が面会で「本件は、首相案件」と述べたと記されている。政府関係者に渡っていた文書を朝日新聞が確認した。
 文書は「獣医師養成系大学の設置に係る内閣府藤原次長・柳瀬首相秘書官との面談結果について」との題名で、15年4月13日の日付が記されている。
 経緯を知る愛媛県の関係者は、朝日新聞の取材に対し、「加計学園の誘致交渉を進める中、国への要望を行う過程で、様々な国の関係部署に状況を説明するため、配布した文書である可能性は否定できない」としている。現在、経済産業審議官を務める柳瀬氏は昨年7月25日の参院予算委員会で、この面会について「私の記憶する限りはお会いしていない」と複数回、答弁している。
posted by ZUKUNASHI at 10:29| Comment(2) | 社会・経済