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2019年05月30日

米国は放射性物質を撒き散らしている 劣化ウラン弾 **注目記事**

米国による劣化ウラン弾使用の実態と問題が簡潔にまとめられています。

SPUTNIK 08:39 03.04.2019
Deadly Dust: US Spreading Radiation and No One Wants to Raise the Issue - Author
In a new book named "Deadly Dust - Made in the USA: Uranium Weapons Contaminating the World" German author Frieder Wagner gives a detailed account of how the US has contaminated vast territories using depleted uranium (DU) ammunition and the cover-up strategy of the military, industry and governments, as well as those in the media and politics.

Sputnik: Mr Wagner, in your book "Deadly Dust − Made in the USA: Uranium Weapons Contaminating the World" you talk about the use of uranium ammunition. What is especially dangerous about these weapons?

Frieder Wagner: Weapons containing uranium are produced from nuclear industry's waste (byproducts of uranium enrichment). If, for example, you want to produce a ton of natural uranium fuel rods for nuclear power plants, you get about eight tons of depleted uranium. It is a source of alpha radiation − radioactive and, moreover, very poisonous. It needs to be stored somewhere, and it is not very cheap.

Sputnik: How can it be used in weapons?

Frieder Wagner: About 30-40 years ago, military scientists made a discovery: uranium is almost twice as dense as lead. If you turn depleted uranium into a projectile and give it proper acceleration, then within a fraction of a second it will pierce through tank armor, concrete or cement.

This, of course, was an important discovery. Furthermore, when a shell hits an armored tank the impact produces dust caused by the detonation and the subsequent release of heat energy causes it to ignite and it explodes at a temperature of 3000 to 5000 degrees − incinerating the tank's interior and destroying it.

Sputnik: But what happens afterwards is also a problem − after the use of DU ammunition, isn't it?

Frieder Wagner: Yes! After its use depleted uranium, which, as I have already said, is a source of alpha radiation (that is, a radioactive and very toxic substance), burns down to nano-particles that are a hundred times smaller than a red blood cell.

This way, I would say, a sort of metallic gas forms that people can inhale, and which is released in the atmosphere and can be carried anywhere by wind. People who inhale it are at risk for developing cancer.

These nano-particles can also penetrate the body of a pregnant woman, overcoming the barrier between a child and a mother, and affect the health of an unborn baby, can infiltrate the brain and by travelling through the bloodstream end up in any human or animal organ. Everything that goes around the planet, sooner or later settles and, of course, contaminates, in particular, drinking water and everything else.

Sputnik: In what wars have DU weapons been used so far?

Frieder Wagner: It was actively used during the first Gulf war in 1991 against Iraq. The military has admitted that about 320 tons were used. Then in the second war in Iraq in 2003 over 2,000 tons were used. In between, it was used during the war in Kosovo, in Yugoslavia (1999), and in Bosnia in 1995, and after 2001 in Afghanistan, where it still used today.

Sputnik: Your book title says Made in the USA, were these weapons only used by the United States?

Frieder Wagner: They were being developed in several countries at the same time. In Germany, they were also working on these weapons, as, of course, in Russia. However, it was used and on such a large scale, only by the US. They were reckless and they did not pay attention to any possible side effects − just as it was back when the first atomic bombs were used. That's why I called the book: "Deadly Dust − Made in the USA".

Sputnik: How did you manage to prove the use of these ammunitions in the course of your research?

Frieder Wagner: For example, the Serbs gave us maps where they showed the locations where depleted uranium was used. When we were in Iraq, we talked to the locals. We traveled to places where large tank battles took place and took soil samples there, as well as dust samples from tanks. Looking at the tank, you can see whether it was hit by an ordinary projectile or a uranium munition.

Uranium munition leaves dust that burns everything around the hole made by the projectile. So you can determine the use of uranium ammunition. In all soil samples, we found depleted uranium. Unfortunately, uranium-236 was also found in most of the soil and dust samples − it is even more intense and poisonous. Its radiation is even stronger and does not occur in nature. It can only be produced artificially during reprocessing of fuel rods. This means that we were able to prove that the military, the United States and its coalition allies used uranium munitions made from spent uranium fuel rods.

Sputnik: Your book is based on the films The Doctor, the Depleted Uranium, and the Dying Children of Basra (Der Arzt und die verstrahlten Kinder von Basra, 2004) and Deadly Dust (Todesstaub, 2007). What did you see in Basra during your work on the documentary?

Frieder Wagner: It was horrific and still sometimes haunts me in my dreams. These were children with deformities, which we saw in orphanages in Basra and Baghdad. Some of them had such deformities that they had almost nothing human anymore.

There were children without a head or a nose, either with one eye or without eyes at all, with internal organs in a kind of "sack" outside their body. These 'creatures' can live only for a few hours, experiencing terrible pain, and then die.

Sputnik: The film "Deadly Dust" is linked to the book, but it is no longer distributed. WDR channel after this film did not make any more orders? Why is that?

Frieder Wagner: My exposes which I sent to WDR, as well as to the ZDF channels were rejected. Then I contacted an editor at WDR, for which I always made good films and with which I always had good relations with, because these films had doubled or trippled their ratings, and asked him: "What's going on here?"" And after some hesitation he said: "Yes, Frieder Wagner, someone must tell you this. WDR considers you a ‘difficult' person. And most importantly, the topics you suggest are especially hard. Right now I've got nothing more to tell you." And that when I understood everything. It was in 2005.

I can also tell you the story of how, for example, a female editor at ZDF offered the TV channel a story on the use of these weapons during the war in Yugoslavia and also in Croatia. She wanted to talk about it with me prior so I could share my experiences. But when her boss found out that she wanted to talk to Frieder Wagner, he refused to pay for her trip − without any further explanation.

Sputnik: The so-called "deadly dust" is, as you have already described it, is spread by the wind. So should the use of uranium ammunition, in fact, be considered a war crime and banned?


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Frieder Wagner: This is definitely a war crime. The dust from southern Iraq is carried to the north by the constant storms, the so-called desert storms − for example, to Erbil, where it meets the mountains and can't travel further as the mountains make it difficult for it to go past towards Turkey. So this huge mass of dust settles in Erbil.

We, for example, took samples of beef from around Erbil, and this is what we found out: depleted uranium used in ammunition has a characteristic atomic "fingerprint". In northern Iraq we found the same "uranium fingerprint" as in the south. This means that the uranium dust that had originally settled in the south of Iraq is now also in the north, and children are now getting sick there and are born with deformities. It is now spreading all over the world.

Sputnik: Have the victims of uranium munition use in Kosovo or, for example, in Iraq, tried to go to court?

Frieder Wagner: So far no such attempts have been made in Kosovo or Iraq. Now in Kosovo, a whole group of lawyers are working on a lawsuit against NATO, because after the war they unleashed, people were injured, fell ill and died. The morbidity rate has increased by 20 to 30 percent, and there are more effected each year. So there will be an attempt to file a lawsuit.

Out of the approximately two thousand Italian soldiers stationed in Iraq and Kosovo, 109 have later developed cancer and died − this is proven information. 16 families, out of the 109 dead, filed lawsuits and won their cases. The courts ordered the Italian state or the country's Ministry of Defence to pay them compensation. Since each cancer was of a different type, the payout amounts differed. But they ranged between 200,000 and 1,4 million euros.

Sputnik: How are things in Germany? Have there been lawsuits filed by the soldiers of the Bundeswehr?

Frieder Wagner: The German Ministry of Defense constantly denies any connection to this. Our soldiers are stationed in Afghanistan and Kosovo. About 100,000 soldiers served in Afghanistan, and we found out that about 30% of those who returned got sick, although at first, of course, they do not notice this. If they subsequently marry and have children, then there's a great risk that their children will have disabilities.

These children will have the same toxic substances in their DNA as their parents. And this will be passed on for several generations − from children to grandchildren and to great-grandchildren.

Sputnik: But none of these people ever filed a lawsuit?

Frieder Wagner: In Germany there were no such precedents. About 600 servicemen went to court in the United States who could not appeal on their own behalf, but they filed lawsuits on behalf of their children who were born with developmental disabilities. And we're not talking about a mere 90 or even 900 million pay out, but about billions of dollars now. The United States, of course, will try to delay the adoption of a ruling as much as it is possible and hope for a "biological" resolution of the situation − that is, that the plaintiffs will simply die.

The views and opinions expressed by the speaker do not necessarily reflect those of Sputnik.

・・・引用終わり・・・

ウラン236は、半減期2.342×10^7年、α壊変で232Th(トリウム232)になる。半減期がウラン235より1桁、ウラン238より2桁短い。同じ原子数があれば放射能は10倍、100倍強いことになる。トリウム232はラジウム228になる。

上の記述中
These children will have the same toxic substances in their DNA as their parents. とあるのはよくわからない。DNAもたんぱく質だからその中にナノレベルのウランが含まれることはありうる。しかし、問題はDNAの構成・構造が損傷を受けそれが複製されて何世代も影響するということではなかろうか。

children with deformitiesの例
八国山だより
https://blog.goo.ne.jp/pat521215/e/3055c14753aa5c978d4f0c94a346f6df

自衛隊イラク派遣は、イラク戦争初期の2003年(平成15年)12月から2009年(平成21年)2月まで。場所はサマーワ。派遣された隊員は現地で被ばくしている恐れがあります。上の例でみると発症率は高いです。
posted by ZUKUNASHI at 12:50| Comment(2) | 福島原発事故

日本産鶏肉の餌などについて調べた方はおられませんか

トランプ夫妻が日本で炉端焼き屋に行った際に食したのは、鶏肉と牛肉です。海産物は食べていません。ジャガイモも食べています。

米国の肉牛産地は、中部から西寄りで核実験による放射性物質汚染があります。

2019年04月26日
ゾンビ ディア

一方、米国の鶏肉産地は東部です。東部は原発が多数立地していますが、核実験による放射性物質汚染は相対的に少ないとみられます。

米国のジャガイモ産地は北寄り、西寄りでハンフォードの風下に近い場所になります。例えばアイダホポテト。福島第一原発事故による影響も疑われる地域。

米国人、中でも食品の汚染に気を付ける人は、放射性物質による汚染にも気を使っているとすれば、どこの牛肉、鶏肉、ジャガイモを食べるか、選択していることでしょう。

2019年05月29日
やはりそうなのか そうでないと来日した人にもっと健康障害が出るはず

さて、トランプは日本の鶏肉を食べて帰国しました。鶏肉は青森産とか。

銘柄鳥でない普通の食鳥について、餌の産地などを調べられた方はおられますか?

餌のうち穀物は米国産のはずです。食鳥にはたんぱく源が必要で以前は南米沖で漁獲されたアンチョビーなどが与えられていました。卵の殻を固くするためのカルシウムも貝殻の粉末で与えられていました。

今は、何が使われているのでしょう。日本の東北沿岸でとれたカキ殻の粉末が使われているとの情報も一部にあります。アンチョビは一時不良となり漁獲量が激減しましたが、近年は回復しているようです。

国別のイワシ・ニシン類の漁獲量(2017年)では、ベルーが330万トン、チリが102万トンで次いでモロッコ98.6万トン、中国となっていますから今もアンチョビが多量に使われているとみられます。

問題は、カルシウム源。

調べた方がおられたら教えてください。

2019年05月29日
トランプ大統領は炉端焼き店で海産物を食していないのアクセスが多いです。読者の皆さんもトランプの健康を気遣っていたんですね。

そうそう、最近日本産の鶏卵を食すると体調が悪くなる。鶏卵が食べられなくなったという情報も寄せられています。

・・・・・

読者から情報が寄せられました。ありがとうございます。

餌の主原料として使われることの多い飼料用トウモロコシには食用への転用を防止するため2%の魚粉が含まれている。

養鶏場により餌の主原料は異なり、一般的にトウモロコシのウエイトが高い(60〜70%)が、コメを中心とした飼料構成のところもある。

今判明しているのはここまでです。
posted by ZUKUNASHI at 09:54| Comment(5) | 福島原発事故

“highly likely” and “almost certainly”



RT2019/5/29
‘Highly likely’ is the new evidence: Five times Western officials had no proof but media fell for it
When throwing out serious accusations, it’s always good to back up one’s claims with proof, but the need for evidence seems to have gone out the window lately, replaced with assertions like “highly likely” and “almost certainly.”

From the serious to the absurd, the list of crimes and oddities which Western governments and experts have assigned blame for sans evidence or investigation, seems to be growing exponentially in recent years.

The media, which could have learned a thing or two from the illegal invasion of Iraq – a war launched based on fabricated evidence – seems to be fairly accepting of the lax standards.

Here’s five times the mere say-so of authorities was enough to pin blame.
Iran ‘almost certainly’ attacked Saudi tankers

US National Security Advisor John Bolton claimed this week that Iran was “almost certainly” behind a recent attack on ships, including two Saudi oil tankers, in the Gulf of Oman. Not one for detail, Bolton declined to offer actual evidence to back up the allegation.

The tankers incident happened shortly after the US claimed (also without offering evidence) that Iran might be preparing to attack US interests in the region – a claim that was immediately parroted by a CNN reporter, who was summarily schooled by Twitter users reminding her that war-enthusiasts like Bolton perhaps aren’t the best sources of truthful information.

‘Highly likely’ Russia poisoned Skripal

British Prime Minister Theresa May barely waited until the doctors had examined Sergei and Yulia Skripal before accusing Russia of being behind their poisoning last March. May quickly rallied Western governments, prompting a mass expulsion of Russian diplomats without providing any actual evidence of Moscow’s guilt. She emphatically told Parliament that Russia was“highly likely” the culprit. Mainstream media, of course, instantly jumped on that bandwagon and dissenting voices were banished from the airwaves.

Beluga whale ‘most likely’ spying for Putin

In April, Western media was hysterical over the discovery of a Beluga whale “with suspected Russian military ties.” The whale, spotted by a fisherman in Norwegian waters, was wearing a harness, which led to suggestions that some nefarious Russian activity was going on. One expert at the Arctic University of Norway in Tromsoe took a leaf out of the CIA’s book, telling the media that the whale was “most likely” trained by Russia for military purposes. The claim was repeated ad nauseam until it was countered by another Norwegian report that the whale could actually have been trained to entertain children. Oops!?

Assad ‘highly likely’ responsible for Douma

Syrian President Bashar Assad was “highly likely” responsible for a chemical attack on the city of Douma in 2018, according to the British government. The incident was used as an easy pretext for US, British and French bombing in Syria. Surely, they would never lie to us? Well, a report leaked by OPCW engineers earlier this month contradicts the official narrative on the Douma attack, its findings implying that it could have been a staged provocation designed to justify Western bombing.

NotPetya cyber attack ‘almost certainly’ Russia

Both the US and British governments also blamed Russia (surprise!) for the so-called NotPetya cyber attack which hit companies and government systems around the world in 2017, with London saying Moscow was "almost certainly" behind it.

Several Russian companies were also targeted in the attack and officials never gave evidence or explained why the attack was instantly blamed on Russia.

But, while government officials, experts and the media often happen to point the finger without evidence, it's "highly likely" that they aren't always correct.


posted by ZUKUNASHI at 09:17| Comment(0) | 国際・政治