Pentagon Confirms US Military Drone Shot Down in Yemen - Spokesperson
Earlier today, Yemeni Houthis reported that their air defence had downed a US multipurpose MQ-9 drone over the province of Dhamar in the central part of the country.

Washington has confirmed that Houthi rebels shot down a US drone in Yemen, according to a Department of Defence spokesperson.

"Yes, that's accurate", the spokesperson said when asked to confirm earlier media reports that a US MQ-9 military drone had been shot down over Yemen's Dhamar governorate.

This comes as the movement's spokesperson told the Al Masirah broadcaster that the rocket which downed the drone was modernised on the spot and would soon be presented at a press conference.

He warned the Saudi-led Arab coalition to think 'a thousand times before invading Yemen's airspace'.

Yemen, located on the southern tip of the Arabian peninsula, has been mired in strife as the government forces, led by President Abdrabuh Mansour Hadi, and the rebel Houthi movement, have been locked in an armed conflict for several years.

The Saudi-led coalition has been carrying out airstrikes against the Houthis at Hadi's request since March 2015, with the rebels retaliating against the attacks. US drones are often used in Yemen to destroy suspected terrorists.
posted by ZUKUNASHI at 22:56| Comment(0) | 国際・政治

タイ南部で簡易な仕組みの爆発物が爆発 7人負傷

Blasts in Southern Thailand Injure 7 After Talks Between Insurgents, Gov't Fail - Reports
BANGKOK, (Sputnik) – Earlier in the week, the government refused to release Islamists allegedly involved in the continuous separatist insurgency in the south. Representatives of the largest separatist group in the region, Barisan Revolusi Nasional, had named the prisoner release as the main precondition for resuming peace talks with Bangkok.

Seven people, including three children, were injured in a series of explosions that took place in Thailand's predominantly-Muslim southern province of Yala on Wednesday, one day after the government refused to consider releasing detained Islamic separatists, local media reported.

Three improvised explosive devices hit power transmission towers, while two more blasts targeted a cell phone tower and an ATM, Channel 3 reported.

The attacks also caused power outages in two districts.

The Thai authorities have refuted any connection between the attacks and their decision to not consider the release.

“These explosions have nothing to do with the demands of separatists”, the Thai deputy prime minister told Channel 3.

The roots of the conflict in southern Thailand date back to the early 20th century, when the territory of the Pattani sultanate became part of the mostly Buddhist Siam (former name of Thailand) and was separated into three provinces − Narathiwat, Pattani and Yala. Since then, Muslim movements in these regions have repeatedly called for either broader autonomy or independence.

posted by ZUKUNASHI at 22:47| Comment(0) | 国際・政治



そして今度は、アンドルュー王子が見送ったブルネットの女性は、豪州の元首相キーティングの娘だと。with the similarities going "right down to the beauty spot on her left cheek".

Woman Seen With Prince Andrew in Epstein Video May Be Ex-Aussie Prime Minister's Daughter - Report

A 2010 video emerged last week featuring a man, who is believed to be UK Prince Andrew, bidding farewell to a mystery brunette leaving the New York mansion of US billionaire and registered sex offender Jeffrey Epstein, who killed himself in jail on 10 August 2019.

A woman seen with the Duke of York, Prince Andrew, in a video purportedly shot at the New York house of the now-deceased US financier Jeffrey Epstein in December 2010 is alleged to be Katherine Keating, daughter of former Australian Prime Minister Paul Keating, The Sydney Morning Herald reported.

The paper cited her friends as saying that the woman in the footage, which was first released by the Daily Mail last week and showed Prince Andrew waving her goodbye, strikingly resembled Keating, with the similarities going "right down to the beauty spot on her left cheek".

Keating has yet to comment on the speculation.

The video separately showed Epstein, who was just released from prison after serving a 13-month term for soliciting a minor for prostitution, leaving his mansion with a young blonde, who accompanied him to his car.

There's no suggestion that Keating, who had just moved to New York at the time to be closer to her then-boyfriend, prominent hotelier Andre Balazs, was aware of or involved in any of Epstein's supposed criminal activities. Balazs' name, meanwhile, is said to have appeared in the disgraced financier's "black book" that surfaced in court proceedings.

Incidentally, a few years ago, Keating who now works as Maverick's chief sustainability and strategy officer, presented a series of "One on One" interviews, published by The Huffington Post, with one of them featuring Ghislaine Maxwell, a British media heiress, who has been accused of being the "Madame" for Epstein's alleged sex trafficking circuit.
Video Released Days After Epstein's Apparent Suicide

The footage, presumably filmed on 6 December 2010, was released just days after Epstein committed suicide in his cell at the Metropolitan Correctional Centre in Lower Manhattan, New York, where he was detained pending trial next year on child sex trafficking allegations after being arrested on 6 July.

"When the Prince came to the door I was stunned. He said a few words to the girl, who was very pretty, and then she walked off down the street in the direction of Central Park. If I hadn't known it was Prince Andrew, I would have thought he owned the place", an unnamed source told the Daily Mail last week as the video was released.

An earlier photo making the rounds on the Internet showed the Duke of York hugging Virginia Roberts Giuffre, who claimed in a 2015 lawsuit against Ghislaine Maxwell, the alleged "Madame", that Andrew had groped her when she was a minor at Epstein's New York estate, and that she was used as a "sex slave" to please different famous and powerful men.

A Buckingham Palace spokesperson said in a Monday statement that Prince Andrew "has been appalled by the recent reports of Jeffrey Epstein's alleged crimes. His Royal Highness deplores the exploitation of any human being and the suggestion he would condone, participate in or encourage any such behaviour is abhorrent".

'Soft-Porn' Actress Who Used to Date Prince Andrew Shocked Queen With Lesbian Shower Scene - Reports
It's been a rocky month for Britain's Prince Andrew as court documents from the sex trafficking trial of Jeffrey Epstein have revealed that the son of Queen Elizabeth II allegedly groped an underage girl at the New York house of the disgraced US financier. But this is only the latest scandal that the Duke of York has found himself embroiled in.

Prince Andrew remains tight-lipped about the allegations of using Virginia Roberts Giuffre as a "sex slave" when she was a teen at Jeffrey Epstein's mansion in the 2000s, but denied them back in 2015, when the purported victim filed a lawsuit against professed procuress Ghislaine Maxwell.

At the time, his former girfriend, American actress Kathleen "Koo" Stark, broke her 32-year silence on their relationship to defend her ex-lover, saying that the accusations amounted to an "assassination of his character".

Their relationship was, in fact, scandalous, too.

Back in 1981, the Duke of York was set up on a blind date with Stark, who had been cast in Star Wars to play Luke Skywalker's friend, but her part was eventually cut out. The attraction was instant, and she would've become part of the royal family, if it were not for her "dirty" past, which, according to People, was a nightmare for the Queen.

At the age of 17, Koo starred in the film, Cruel Passion, an erotic drama, based on the novel, Justine, by the Marquis de Sade, where she played a young virgin thrust out of a French orphanage and into a depraved world of prostitution and perverse pleasures.

In 1976, she also played a young nymphet in the movie, The Awakening of Emily, which, according to reports, shocked Buckingham Palace: it featured Koo in a steamy lesbian love scene in a shower. The film became Britain's biggest-earning soft-core movie two years later.

Andrew and Koo were on a holiday on the island of Mustique in the Caribbean in 1982, when a photographer on a private trip recognised the couple and informed editors back home. Shortly thereafter, Koo was identified as a US soft-score porn actress, and her raunchy photos were splashed over newspapers' front pages.

After some outlets reported that Andrew had earlier taken Koo to meet his family at Balmoral, the Queen's Scottish castle, and potentially introduced her to his mother, Buckingham Palace broke its silence, saying, "We do not know if the Queen was aware of the girl's acting career before she was invited to Balmoral".

Andrew's mother was not there to read such headlines as, "Sex Scene Sizzlers From Andy's Girl", but she was reportedly dismayed by the X-rated occupation of her son's date.

"It is one thing for a prince to be seen with a film actress, but quite another to go away on holiday with a blue movie star. The Queen feels badly let down", a member of her staff was cited as saying, per People.

The couple called it quits in 1983, and he married Sarah Ferguson three years later. Stark later said that "the amount of attention and pressure on me became unbearable. It was a nightmare".

Despite ending their relationship, Koo jumped to the prince's defence in 2015, when he was accused of keeping an underage "sex slave", Virginia Roberts Giuffre.

"Prince Andrew is a dear friend of mine and godfather to my daughter. I've only known him to be honourable and honest, with Christian values. I dismissed the latest story as just another sexual slur to add to the list of criticisms of him in recent years. My first reaction was fury, then disbelief at the lurid allegations being made against a man I have known for more than 30 years", she wrote in a piece for The Mail.

The Duke of York wasn't charged with anything back in 2015, but multiple reports suggest that he may come under new scrutiny following Jeffrey Epstein's apparent suicide in his jail cell last week. According to the Daily Mail, citing an unnamed legal source, the FBI might shift their focus to Maxwell, who is said to have been friends with the royal, too.

Epstein was arrested on 6 July on multiple allegations of sex trafficking underage girls in the early 2000s and was awaiting trial next year at the Metropolitan Correctional Centre in New York. He was found hanged in his cell last week a few days after he was taken off suicide watch following a suspected suicide attempt in mid-July.
posted by ZUKUNASHI at 12:03| Comment(0) | 国際・政治

アルハンゲリスクの事故の後 CTBTOのロシア内観測所のデータが止まる

No, this Russian family is not looking at a nuclear explosion near their city, dear MSM viewers


共同通信社2019/8/16 23:51 (JST)

JNN/TBS 2019年8月21日(水)10時29分
 ロシアの気象当局はこれまで、事故直後、通常時と比べ「最大16倍の放射線量が記録された」としたものの、2時間後には放射線量は「正常値に戻った」と発表しています。(21日06:03) JNN/TBS



posted by ZUKUNASHI at 11:07| Comment(0) | 福島原発事故










ダルメキシアさん こんにちは







1 「西日本など遠方にも大きく汚染された範囲があるのが不思議」


2 「2012年に広島の岩国にある三井系の化学工場での火事が原因」


3 「人形峠のウラン鉱を掘った際の残土」「それが風雨により拡散している」ということはあるようです。ですが、「人形峠は岡山と鳥取県の県境ほどにありますので、岡山、鳥取、兵庫、大阪北部あたりには影響が出てもおかしくない」と言えるかは疑問です。岡山、鳥取の一部には影響があるでしょうが。

4 紀伊山地の汚染に関しては、福島第一原発事故由来の放射性物質が降下沈着したことは気流などの流れから管理人もそう考えています。これは記事を書きました。




















posted by ZUKUNASHI at 00:52| Comment(0) | 福島原発事故

ロスアンゼルスタイムス 2020年夏季オリンピックは福島の原子力災害からの回復を助けることができるか?

Los Angeles Times 
Can 2020 Summer Olympics help Fukushima rebound from nuclear disaster?
By David WhartonStaff Writer Aug. 12, 2019 5:32 PM

FUKUSHIMA, Japan −An hour north of Tokyo by way of bullet train, the land is lush and green, framed by thickly wooded mountains in the distance.

This vast rural prefecture in northeast Japan was once renowned for its fruit orchards, but much has changed.

“There has been a bad reputation here,” a local government official said.

Since the spring of 2011, the world has known Fukushima for the massive earthquake and tsunami that killed approximately 16,000 people along the coast. Flooding triggered a nuclear plant meltdown that forced hundreds of thousands more from their homes.

As the recovery process continues nearly a decade later, organizers of the 2020 Summer Games say they want to help.

Under the moniker of the “Reconstruction Olympics,” they have plotted a torch relay course that begins near the crippled Fukushima Daiichi plant and continues through adjacent prefectures − Miyagi and Iwate − impacted by the disaster. The region will host games in baseball, softball and soccer next summer.

“We are hoping that, through sports, we can give the residents new dreams,” said Takahiro Sato, director of Fukushima’s office of Olympic and Paralympic promotions. “We also want to show how far we’ve come.”

The effort has drawn mixed reactions, if only because the so-called “affected areas” are a sensitive topic in Japan.

Some people worry about exposure to lingering radiation; they accuse officials of whitewashing health risks. Critics question spending millions on sports while communities are still rebuilding.

“The people from that area have dealt with these issues for so long and so deeply, the Olympics are kind of a transient event,” said Kyle Cleveland, an associate professor of sociology at Temple University’s campus in Japan. “They’re going to see this as a public relations ploy.”


It was midafternoon in March 2011 when a 9.0 earthquake struck at sea, sending a procession of tsunamis racing toward land.

The initial crisis focused on the coastline, where thousands were swept to their deaths. Another concern soon arose as floodwaters shut down the power supply and reactor cooling systems at the Fukushima Daiichi plant.

Three of the facility’s six reactors suffered fuel meltdowns, releasing radiation into the ocean and atmosphere.

Residents within a 12-mile “exclusion zone” were forced to evacuate; others in places such as Fukushima city, about 38 miles inland, fled as radioactive particles traveled by wind and rain.

The populace began to question announcements from the Tokyo Electric Power Co. (Tepco) about the scope of the contamination, said Cleveland, who is writing a book on the catastrophe and its aftermath.

“In the first 10 weeks, Tepco was downplaying the risk,” he said. “Eventually, they were dissembling and lying.”

The company has been ordered to pay millions in damages, and three former executives have been charged with professional negligence. Crews have removed massive amounts of contaminated soil, washed down buildings and roads, and begun a decades-long process to extract fuel from the reactors’ cooling pools.

All of which left the area known as the “Fruit Kingdom” in limbo.

It is assumed that low-level radiation increases the chances of adverse health effects such as cancer but the science can be complicated.

Reliable data on radiation risks is difficult to obtain, said Jonathan Links, a public health professor at Johns Hopkins University. And, with cosmic rays and other sources emitting natural or “background” ionizing radiation, it can be difficult to pinpoint whether an acceptable threshold for additional, low-level exposure exists at all.

In terms of athletes and coaches visiting the impacted prefectures for a week or two during the Olympics, Links said the cancer risk is proportional, growing incrementally each day.

The Japanese government has raised what it considers to be the acceptable exposure from 1 millisievert to 20 millisieverts per year. Along with this adjustment, officials have declared much of the region suitable for habitation, lifting evacuation orders in numerous municipalities. Housing subsidies that allowed evacuees to live elsewhere have been discontinued.

But some towns remain nearly empty.

“People are refusing to go back,” said Katsuya Hirano, a UCLA associate professor of history who has who has spent years collecting interviews for an oral history. “Especially families with children.”

Their hesitancy does not surprise Cleveland. Though research has led the Temple professor to believe conditions are safe, he knows that residents have lost faith in the authorities.

“That horse has left the barn,” he said. “It’s not coming back.”


A narrow highway leads west, out of downtown Fukushima, arriving finally at a 30,000-seat ballpark that rises from the farmlands.

Azuma Baseball Stadium was built in the late 1980s with a modernist design, blockish and concrete. Prefecture officials have begun renovations there.

“We changed from grass to artificial turf,” Sato said. “We’re updating the lockers and showers.”

The work is coordinated from a small office in the local government headquarters, where two-dozen employees tap away at computer keyboards and talk on phones, sitting at desks that have been pushed together.

Tokyo 2020’s initial bid included preliminary soccer competition at Miyagi Stadium, in a prefecture farther north of the nuclear plant. Six baseball and softball games were relocated to Azuma during later discussions with the International Olympic Committee.

“We made a presentation about the radiation situation and how to deal with it,” Sato recalled. “They understood and we think that’s why they got on board with this idea of the ‘Reconstruction Olympics.’ ”

Fukushima has spent $20 million on preparations over the past two years, he said, adding that his office has heard complaints from “a segment of the population.”

With infrastructure repairs continuing throughout the region, evacuee Akiko Morimatsu has a skeptical view of the Tokyo 2020 campaign.

“They have called these the ‘Reconstruction Games,’ but just because you call it that doesn’t mean the region will be recovered,” Morimatsu said.

Concerns about radiation prompted her to leave the Fukushima town of Koriyama, outside the mandatory evacuation zone, moving with her two young children to Osaka. Her husband, a doctor, remained; he visits the family once a month.

“The reality is that the region hasn’t recovered,” said Morimatsu, who is part of a group suing the national government and Tepco. “I feel the Olympics are being used as part of a campaign to spread the message that Fukushima is recovered and safe.”

Balance this sentiment against other forces at work in Japanese culture, where the Olympics and baseball, in particular, are widely popular. Masa Takaya, a spokesman for the Tokyo 2020 Organizing Committee, insists that “sports can play an important role in our society.”

In Fukushima, a city of fewer than 300,000, colored banners fly beside the highway amid other signs of anticipation.

Elderly volunteers, plucking weeds from a flower bed at the train station, wear pink vests that express their support for the Games. On the eastern edge of town, a handful of workers attend to Azuma Stadium.

Dressed in white overalls, they walk slowly across the field, stopping every once in a while to bend down and pick at the pristine turf. Sato remains optimistic.

“Everyone’s circumstances are different,” he said. “Maybe there will be some people who come back to Fukushima because of this.”

Dylan Hernandez contributed to this article.


불안한 도쿄올림픽..미 언론 "체류만 해도 암 위험 증가"
온누리 기자 입력 2019.08.13. 20:32 수정 2019.08.13. 22:42



As I said, Fukushima is not only about polluted water, but also directly connected to the Tokyo Olympics, where we talked about it a short time ago due to various environmental pollution. The Tokyo Olympics, which play in Fukushima and eat Fukushima agricultural products, are in danger of radiation. One of the basic rights of athletes is to be threatened. "If you stay in Fukushima for a week, the risk of cancer increases every day," the Los Angeles Times warned.

This is Onnuri.


An empty land where Fukushima is reluctant to return even to those who lived.

But the Japanese government beckons to come to Fukushima to the world.

[Shinzo Abe / Prime Minister of Japan (last month): I would like to tell the whole world how Tohoku is recovering from the great disaster.]

Still high radiation levels.

But Japan only says 'safe'.

A year before the Tokyo Olympics, the American press, the LA Times, visited Fukushima, a controversial land.

The newspaper said the Japanese government raised its radiation safety standards by 20 times.

Although only eight years after the nuclear accident, Fukushima is making people live.

"The Fukushima area considers the Tokyo Olympics a strategy to promote radioactive safety," he added.

He also quoted an interview with Professor Johns Hopkins Public Health, saying, "If a player or coach stays in Fukushima for a week or two, the chances of getting cancer will be higher every day."

[Kim, Ik Joong / Former Professor, Dongguk University Medical School: The longer the radiation dose, the greater the probability of cancer. You can understand it like this.]

The Olympic Games are held 70km away from the nuclear accident site and 100km away from the soccer field.

On dirt and grass with contaminated soil, players who run hard and breathe harder are more likely to be exposed to radiation.

[Kim Ik Joong / Former Professor, Dongguk University Medical School: You get a lot of breathing when you exercise. Internal exposure through breathing increases a lot.]

In addition, as Fukushima's food goes to the table in the Athlete's Village, according to the Japanese government's plan, the right to health of the athletes will be even more threatened.

(Video Graphics: Kim Jung Eun)

◆ Related Reports
For public discussion of Fukushima risk… Only work, "safe" repeat
→ Go to article: http://news.jtbc.joins.com/html/139/NB11865139.html

サンケイ2019.8.20 13:33
韓国、放射能や食の安全に疑義 オリンピック会議前に通知
posted by ZUKUNASHI at 00:08| Comment(0) | 国際・政治


香港の暴動は米国が世界でやっている悪行を認識する良いチャンスです 何が真実かこの際、見つめて理解しましょう

香港の暴動の背景が一層はっきりしてきました。米国議員が自分らの意に沿わない結果となったら重大な帰結が待っていると脅しています。ロン・ポールは、The United States has a habit of involving itself in political unrest all over the world,と述べています。







※ mko@trappedsoldier氏の2019/8/17のツイート
れいわも田中龍作も大袈裟もみな、アメリカのカラー革命支持。香港を分割し占領しようとしているのに、何が「民主主義、自由」だ! おまけに、日本会議、幸福の科学・実現党など極右カルトも香港デモクラシー支持。考えることを放棄したリベラル? よくあんな連中と唱和できるわ

※ @h-yamachan@yamavhan氏の2019/8/17のツイート

※ 共同2019/8/19 08:37 (JST)

※ mko@trappedsoldier氏の2019/8/19のツイート
 菱山南帆子@nahokohishiyama ・ 8月19日
香港抗議集会、主催者発表で170万人が参加 https://news.tbs.co.jp/newseye/tbs_ne

※ mko@trappedsoldier氏の2019/8/19のツイート
Jon Chan@sumtingwong2019 ・ 8月19日

※ mko@trappedsoldier氏の2019/8/20のツイート
中国側のこの情報戦の反撃を怖れ、CIAがツイッターとフェースブックに命じて中国系アカウントを凍結している? 香港の民主化運動も、台湾独立運動も、北朝鮮の体制変革もシリアのアルカイダもみんな同じ輪! これは香港にとどまらない世界的スキャンダル!

※ 武侠天下@中華エンタメ情報 Enjoy China@wuxianob氏の午後9:37 ・ 2019年8月20日のツイート

※ mko@trappedsoldier氏の午後9:07 ・ 2019年8月20日のツイート
香港の若者に街頭行動を講義していたオスロ・フリーダム・フォーラム。BBCが伝えたその先があった。オスロのフォーラムで話したのは、ラエド・アルサレー。どこかで見たと思ったらホワイトヘルメットの責任者! 香港のデモクラシーとアルカイダがつながった! ツイッターが検閲して隠そうとする筈だ










US House Foreign Affairs Panel Threatens ‘Swift Consequences’ If China Uses Violence in Hong Kong
TEHRAN (FNA)- Any violence used against “peaceful protesters” in Hong Kong would be a “mistake” for China and will trigger a “swift” response, a congressional foreign affairs panel has warned, insisting Beijing is responsible for the unrest.

The ranking members of the House Foreign Affairs Committee – Chairman Eliot Engel (D-NY) and Michael McCaul (R-TX) – issued the warning in a statement on Wednesday, drawing parallels with 1989 protests in Tiananmen Square that ended in bloodshed, also known as the ‘June Fourth Incident’, RT reported.

“We urge China to avoid making such a mistake, which would be met with universal condemnation and swift consequences,” the lawmakers stated.

The statement also made the case that “No foreign powers are fomenting this dissent”, arguing Beijing’s policies are the “root” of the problem, and dismissed last week’s meeting between Hong Kong’s protest leaders and US consulate official Julie Eadeh, who was “simply doing [her] job”.

While it is not clear what Eadeh and the protest figures discussed during the visit, the coordination with an American diplomat – reminiscent of previous US-backed “color revolutions” around the world – has raised questions about Washington’s role in Hong Kong’s unrest.

President Donald Trump warned in a tweet on Tuesday that Beijing was amassing forces along the border with Hong Kong, citing US intelligence, however the troop’s movements were reported a day prior by the ruling Chinese Communist Party’s own media outlet, which characterized them as part of a military exercise.

Responding to increasingly harsh statements, the Chinese foreign ministry on Wednesday announced the United States should not “stick their noses in our affairs”, and insisted that Hong Kong is a Chinese territory, not “American” or “English”.

posted by ZUKUNASHI at 23:58| Comment(11) | 国際・政治

Mercedes caught ‘spying on drivers with secret tracking devices’

Mercedes caught ‘spying on drivers with secret tracking devices’
Mercedes-Benz has found itself at the center of an apparently illegal spying operation, following reports that it installed tracking devices on thousands of vehicles and shared customer location data with third parties.

According to the Sun, Mercedes-Benz fitted secret sensors to all new and used vehicles sold through its official dealers from as far back as 2018.

These sensors can pinpoint a vehicle’s location and the data is then transmitted to a central location. Both the driver and car information can then be passed to bailiffs who can then seize and repossess the vehicle from indebted drivers at will.

The company sold more than 170,000 new cars in Britain this year, roughly 80 percent of which are reportedly sold on finance plans.

The sensors are separate and operate independently from both the anti-theft tracking devices and the optional extra ‘Mercedes Me’ service.

Mercedes has yet to officially confirm how long it has been engaged in the practice, but reportedly claims the trackers are only activated in “extreme circumstances” in which drivers have defaulted on payments and failed to contact the company in a timely fashion.

Tracking a vehicle without its driver's knowledge or consent is illegal under EU data protection laws. However, many customers apparently unwittingly give their permission by not thoroughly reading the lengthy terms and conditions. Mercedes claims that the clause about “location sensors” can be found right above where a customer signs their finance contract.

Liberty (originally the National Council for Civil Liberties), an organization which fights mass surveillance and abuse of power, described the “creeping growth of surveillance in the private sector” as “particularly disturbing.”

RT has contacted Mercedes for comment.
posted by ZUKUNASHI at 23:30| Comment(0) | 国際・政治

女性に異変? この記事のアクセスが落ちません



@ 街中で杖を突く人に女性が多いです。
A 「今日の放射能」に取り上げましたが、オウム真理教問題で名の売れたジャーナリスト、子宮頸がんワクチンで活躍中のジャーナリストなど、私の基準からするともうおかしいと断定せざるを得ない。
B リアルの世界でも、この人どうしたの?という例が何例も。
C 子供が生まれない女性も急増していることは確実。












できない口実を上げていませんか? 外出すると食事の用意ができない、ただでも疲れているのにウォーキングなんてと。


幼い子供がいるから? 外国では子供をバギーに乗せてジョギングする人もいてそのための車輪の大きなバギーもあります。







※ 内海 聡@touyoui氏の2019/8/17のツイート
その多くでホルモン剤が使われたりしていますが、このホルモン剤は決して使ってはいけないクスリの代表格です。... https://facebook.com/satoru.utsumi/



posted by ZUKUNASHI at 15:42| Comment(0) | 福島原発事故








posted by ZUKUNASHI at 09:44| Comment(1) | 福島原発事故