About

Fukushima is here. Say no to nuclear.

Because my 30-year-old Japanese daughter was living in Iwaki city, Fukushima Prefecture, on March 11 2011, the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear plant disaster abruptly awoke me to the dangers of nuclear and also to the existing omnipresent omerta in the mainstream media exerted by the powerful international nuclear lobby and various governments.

 

Visiting my daughter in Iwaki in June 2011, just 3 months after the start of the March 2011 nuclear disaster, I was surprised to see how the people on location were kept ignorant about what was really taking place, about the gravity of the dangers they faced, not even taught the possible protective measures they should take to minimize the risks to their life.

After a one-month visit, returning home to France, and confronted to the same omerta in the french mainstream media, I started to look for information, for the facts and  knowledge on the Internet and on the social networks. I then became active in sharing that information and knowledge with others, and active also in the local French antinuclear movement actions and at the same time busy building bridges with other antinucear activists networks in various countries.

 

The first few years on blogs and on social media I chose to use the alias of D’un Renard (“from a fox” in French)  to protect my identity from being known by the Japanese government, so as to not become possibly  blacklisted as undesirable alien for my anti-nuclear activities, which would prevent me from being able to enter Japan to visit my daughter.

8 years later, the Fukushima disaster is still ongoing. It continues to spit radiation into our environment worldwide through the Jet Stream, through the constant leaking and dumping of radioactive contaminated water into the Pacific Ocean, with the resulting contamination of our food chain, with all the health consequences that we may predict.

The initial cover-up has been only partly exposed, the real hard facts are still not coming out, especially the nuclear victims voices  are not been heard, how their lives have been affected, their life affected in every angle, the Japanese government covering up the situation, feeding the people lies, false science and empty hopes thru the censored collaborating japanese mainstream media, people made to stay on location with the radiation, with its contamination, in deception and denial.

 

Governments are unwilling to learn the lessons from Chernobyl, Three Mile Island, and Fukushima. Somehow people’s lives are always secondary to government priorities, economics and political expediency. People must learn to protect themselves as no one will inform them of the true facts nor protects them, nor teach them how to protect themselves.

 

We still have to struggle to make the truth prevail over the many lies of the Japanese “nuclear village” and of the international nuclear mafia. And 8 years later I am still here sharing information, to expose the lies and dangers of the nuclear industry .

I believe it is vital to make the real facts of the Fukushima disaster reach as many people as possible, to raise people awareness about this deadly industry, hopefully to help having it stopped once and for all, this deadly industry is against counter to all life, it has no place to be on our planet earth.

 

From June 2011 to July 2012, I administrated the Fukushima 311 Watchdog FB group, its FB page and its first blog.

In July 2012, after a very intense active first year, I was exhausted, just burned-out, so I closed the FB group and its Internet blog, keeping only its FB public page going up to the present, in 2016 renamed it Fukushima 311 Voices: https://www.facebook.com/fukushima311watchdog/

A few months later in August 2012 I founded a new FB group, The Rainbow Warriors dealing with nuclear and other environmental issues, still active today: https://www.facebook.com/groups/277245265712386/

I am blogging about Fukushima on my blog Fukushima 311 Watchdogs:  https://wordpress.com/view/dunrenard.wordpress.com
I also blog about Fukushima and nuclear on the blog Nuclear-news, where I am one of the three bloggers with Christina MacPherson from Australia, and Sean Arclight from Ireland.
If anyone wants to contact me or to make a donation by Paypal to support my efforts in keeping this blog going, my email adress is: herve.courtois@yahoo.com

 

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4 thoughts on “About

  1. Can’t believe I’m just seeing your website for the first time. THANK YOU for doing what you’re doing. You’re probably familiar with SimplyInfo.org, I hope. That’s where most of my own knowledge of the Fukushima catastrophe comes from.

    Isn’t it horrible and maddening how most people refuse or can’t bear to think about nuclear stuff! They leave it to the handful of us dedicated, long-time anti-nuclear activists to do what has to be done by a hundred thousand or can’t succeed in ending the nuclear era. Meantime they”re all “progressive” and liberal and working on issues that are not half a percent as important. All because they’re can’t bear the truth. Don’t want to think about it.

    Meanwhile more and more countries get nuclear power and use the fuel rods to make weapons. If this generation doesn’t use the fuel rods to make nuclear weapons future generations for the next hundred thousand years will be able to.

    Our selfish foolish generation has poisoned the earth for all time.

    (But my friends tell me, “Lighten up!” They refuse to think about any of it. Speak of anti-nuclearism as an “interest,” a “hobby” of mine. If they run across something anti-nuclear, like this website, they’ might forward it, saying, “thought you might be interested in this.” I want to shout: “YOU should be interested!”

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  2. I have a strong knowledge radionuclide toxicology. I wish more professionals would look into this. I had training in radiation. dosimetry. seems very irrelevant compared to actual Medical Toxicology of radionuclide’s. please register my new email.

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