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2019年04月13日

被ばくによる被害 事態急悪化

福島第一原発事故による被ばくによる被害について深刻な状況が強まっていますが、読者からの反応がありません。

2019年04月13日 若い人の急死事例が続いています

2019年04月12日 2019/3人口動態速報 17年後東葛4市の赤ん坊は2013年の半分になる

2019年04月08日 特報! 画像付き! 8年経っても なお内部被ばくの症状

2019年04月07日
怖い話ですが書きます 一次疾患に続いて二次疾患がありうるようです

※ タリスカー @c3h4o31氏の2019/4/13のツイート
国民健康保険や消費税が上がっても、国民なんて、中世の農奴みたいなもんなんだから、死のうが生きようが知ったこっちゃないのね。。
税金さえ納めて、コンビニ弁当食べて、過労死するくらい働いて、医療費使わずにポックリ逝ってくれればいい、くらいに思ってそう。

皆さん、受け入れるんですね。

管理人は数年前から電車など乗っていると、この人たちは基本的人権なんかに価値を置かない人たちなんだ。自分の人権などいつ捨ててもよい人たちなんだと思えてなりませんでした。暴漢の襲撃や事故でやすやすと命を捨てられる人たちなんだと、サイボーグを見ているような半ば恐怖の念で眺めてきました。でも本当にそうなんですね。
posted by ZUKUNASHI at 12:38| Comment(1) | 福島原発事故

英国の司法は米国の玩具

なぜ、アサンジ逮捕が今なのか。Brexitのスピンという面もありましょうが、米国の特に対外政策が思い通りにいかなくなった中で、これ以上のリークを止めたいということではないでしょうか。エクアドルの大統領は米国の傀儡、英国政治は混迷、首相のメイは主体性を維持できなくなって破れかぶれ。やるなら今。英国はスクリパル事件に見るように米国の召使として対ロシア印象操作に積極的になっています。ホワイトヘルメット支援も英国の大きな恥部ですが、米国の指示要請に沿ったものであることは確か。落ち目になった国は何でもやる。ウクライナがそうです。日本も同じになっています。

RT2019/4/12
Toe the line or go to jail: Tulsi Gabbard says Assange arrest is a message to Americans
2020 candidate Tulsi Gabbard has spoken out against the US government’s plans to extradite and punish WikiLeaks co-founder Julian Assange, calling it a “blow to transparency and a blow to a free press.”

Speaking to MSNBC’s Chris Matthews on Thursday, Gabbard defended the prior administration’s decision not to attempt to extradite Assange. Despite his administration’s record use of the Espionage act against whistleblowers, Barack Obama opted not to pursue charges against Assange, claiming it would create a dangerous precedent for journalists.

“This is a threat to journalists,” she told Matthews, “but it’s also something that threatens every American, because the message that we are getting, that the American people are getting is: Be quiet, toe the line, otherwise there will be consequences.”

Assange was dragged from the Ecuadorian Embassy in London by British police on Thursday morning, and later found guilty of skipping bail back in 2012. He is due to be sentenced next month and could face a year in prison. Separately, the US Justice Department has indicted Assange on “conspiracy to commit computer intrusion,” with US Army whistleblower Chelsea Manning in 2010.

The WikiLeaks founder received little sympathy from Gabbard’s fellow lawmakers, Republican or Democrat. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer flogged the dead horse of the ‘Russiagate’ conspiracy, accusing Assange of “meddling in our elections on behalf of Putin,” a sentiment echoed by Intelligence Committee chair Richard Burr (R-North Carolina), who said that WikiLeaks “effectively acted as an arm of the Russian intelligence services for years.”

Progressive figurehead and 2020 contender Bernie Sanders kept quiet on the whole affair, while failed 2016 candidate Hillary Clinton told an audience in New York that “it’s ironic that he may be the only foreigner that this administration would welcome to the United States,” before chuckling at her own joke.

President Donald Trump, who told campaign rallies “I love WikiLeaks” in 2016 now seems to be ready to wash his hands of Assange. Asked about the arrest on Thursday, Trump told reporters “I know nothing about WikiLeaks. It’s not my thing.”

If extradited and found guilty, Assange faces five years in prison for the US charge. However, his lawyers are concerned that the Justice Department may tack on additional charges, and have vowed to fight the extradition process tooth and nail.

※ mko @trappedsoldier氏の2019/4/11のツイート
アサンジに対する今朝の暴力的逮捕は、2010年のマニング―外交文書暴露に関連してトランプ政権が強制送還を要求し、これに応じたものだとテリーザ・メイが認めた。しかしあの外交文書は多くの大メディアも発表した。すべて逮捕するのか?

RT2019/4/12
‘Not going anywhere’: WikiLeaks editor & Assange lawyer promise to fight ‘chilling’ attack on press
The prosecution – and persecution – of Julian Assange is meant to silence others who would speak out against abuses of power, WikiLeaks editor Kristinn Hrafnsson and Assange lawyer Jennifer Robinson say, promising to fight back.

"This is a precedent… that effectively means that any journalist or media organization anywhere in the world can be extradited and prosecuted for having published truthful info about the United States, and that is, as a matter of principle, wrong and ought to be resisted. And we will be fighting it," Robinson told RT.

"The message is not to Julian Assange. The message is to journalists all over the world that they should not step in the way of a superpower who wants to have all the power," Hrafnsson agreed. While he is concerned about the "chilling effect" on journalists who now "have to face the possibility of being persecuted and thrown into a prison plane to be put on trial in the US," he remains confident that "there will always be brave people to step forward and see the importance of getting information out."

Information wants out. It should be out. Transparency is the norm – it should be the norm – and there will always be brave individuals to partake in that endeavor.

And WikiLeaks has set its own precedent, Hrafnsson pointed out. The Iraq and Afghanistan war leaks – "the largest leak in military history" – followed by the Cablegate release of State Department communications – "the largest leak in diplomatic history" – set a standard for those who came later, he said, citing the Panama Papers and Edward Snowden's leaks as publications inspired by the WikiLeaks model.

Whatever attacks are mounted against Assange, "the work of WikiLeaks will continue," Hrafnsson said. "It is not going anywhere."

"He will take on the fight and fight for victory – and we will help him out."


RT2019/4/12
Assange's persecution sends freedom of speech & journalists' rights into 'oblivion' – Moscow
The Russian Foreign Ministry has said the manner in which the UK government executed the arrest of WikiLeaks co-founder Julian Assange is demeaning to human dignity, and his long-running persecution is a blow to journalism.

Commenting on the arrest and detention of the publisher in the UK on Thursday, the ministry's spokesperson, Maria Zakharova, condemned the British authorities for manhandling the 47-year-old Assange as he was being hauled out of the Ecuadorian Embassy in London.

"The manner in which this operation was executed leaves a total impression of a flagrant and unconcealed neglect for the human dignity of the arrestee," she said, adding that Moscow hopes all of Assange's rights would be respected.

Zakharova pointed out that before his eventual arrest by the UK police, Assange had to endure years of persecution while forced to live in "unbearable conditions" at the embassy.

Assange has been a de facto prisoner at the Ecuadorian Embassy in London since 2012, when he was granted asylum by then-president Rafael Correa. Correa's former ally and successor, Lenin Moreno, has distanced himself from the leftist cause and taken on a more pro-American stance, repeatedly calling Assange a "nuisance" that he would like to get rid of.

During Moreno's time in office, Ecuador placed various restrictions on Assange, cutting off his internet access and leaving him virtually incommunicado since March last year. Only his lawyers were allowed to visit him. In the meantime, it was reported that Assange's health has been rapidly deteriorating since he was afraid of going to hospital out of fear of being arrested and extradited to the US.

"The persecution and harassment, the creation of inhumane conditions for his existence – this is sending freedom of speech and the right to spread information into oblivion. This is a blow to the rights of journalists. There can be no other assessment," Zakharova said.

It has been speculated that the last drop that prompted Moreno to strip Assange of his protection and revoke his Ecuadorian citizenship was the release of documents that linked Moreno to a corruption case in Ecuador. The revelations were attributed to WikiLeaks, although the whistleblowing site denied involvement.

Assange has been held in custody for skipping bail in 2012 over a rape charge in Sweden that has since been dropped as well as in connection with the computer-hacking conspiracy charge in the US. Washington has until June 12 to justify his extradition to the US, where it is feared he might face charges for much more serious crimes that can land him in jail for up to 45 years.

Zakharova echoed the statement by Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov, who said earlier that Moscow hopes there would be no infringement on Assange's rights.

RT2019/4/12
Assange arrest reveals British justice is just a ‘plaything’ of Washington
The arrest of Julian Assange in London after an extradition request from the US, and the way the WikiLeaks founder was treated by a British judge, made Thursday a “shameful day” for UK justice, commentators told RT.

“The UK’s legal system is but a plaything of the US legal system. Britain is a vassal of Washington as it’s been confirmed by today’s events,” political commentator John Wight said.

Earlier in the day, UK police forcibly removed Assange out of the Ecuadorian Embassy in London. The 47-year-old was then delivered to the Westminster Magistrates Court where a judge labeled him a “narcissist, who can’t get beyond his own selfish interests” and found him guilty of failing to surrender to bail in 2012.

As for Assange’s extradition request by the US, the judge said the American side must produce its case by June 12. Assange is wanted in the US on charges of conspiring with US Army soldier Chelsea Manning, who leaked thousands of classified documents to WikiLeaks back in 2010.

“Assange will disappear in to the void of the US prison system” if he’s extradited, Wight warned. He advised against trusting the Department of Justice, which insisted that the publisher will get the maximum term of five years if convicted in America.

We have to focus on the precedent, but not the words emanating from the US. And the precedent it that Chelsea Manning was imprisoned for over 35 years for her role in uncovering the crimes of the US military in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Manning was pardoned after serving seven years, but was returned behind bars this March for refusing to testify against WikiLeaks.

“They’re saying that it’s only five years, but five years in a US prison is unlike five years in any other country’s prison, with few exceptions. It’s a notoriously cruel, barbarous and vindictive system,” Wight said.

The personal characterization of Julian Assange by Judge Michael Snow was “highly improper,” Mads Andenas, former UN special rapporteur on arbitrary detention, told RT.

“The world is following this case” and Snow’s words “made people doubt the fairness of the judicial process,” he said.

Prime Minister Theresa May announcing Assange’s arrest to the cheers of Parliament was also “not the right thing to do in a case where it’s very important for the UK to leave the impression that it’s a judicial process that’s deal with absolutely fairly,” the legal expert added.



posted by ZUKUNASHI at 10:13| Comment(0) | 国際・政治