Reminder, The NRC and TEPCO LIED TO THE WORLD about that explosion at Fukushima. 100% of the spent fuel in Unit 4 was released – NRC doc.

12 06 2018

Liars, the US NRC says nothing to worry about at Fukushima, it’s all harmless etc. etc. when their own document said, early on, 100% of the spent fuel went at unit 4.

The day before the date of this doc the NRC told Americans in Japan they were safe if they were 50 miles away from Fukushima Daiichi NPP.  50 miles – with 100% of Unit 4’s stored fuel rods blown sky high! 

ENE-News was right, when they reported “Entire nuclear core ejected into environment” in 2016.

We found this NRC report on The Millennium Report FUKUSHIMA NUCLEAR DISASTER: Much Worse Than Even The Worst Case Scenario Reported. The NRC report was written just 2 weeks after the tsunami hit Japan and the coastal nuke plants lost power to keep cooling water going. Page 8 has the damning admission about the spent fuel.

In April, just over a month after the meltdowns, the world press was busy lying about Unit 4’s spent fuel. Even though the NRC knew the horse was out of the barn, idiotic clap-trap like this Business Insider story appeared – Level 7 — Fukushima Vs Chernobyl — How Do They Really Compare?

” This would mean that the potential(sic) for a very large atmospheric release of as much as 250 tons of radioactive fuel material sitting in that [Unit 4] pond could then not be discounted.”

And from the same rag – this drivel put out to calm Wall Streeters just days after the tsunami:

“Very few, if any of the actual stories are as dire as the headlines suggest. When we’re talking about 23 people getting decontaminated and an evacuation region of 12 miles there is no reason to overreact.”

On the last page of this document (linked from the ENE-News article above), “Fukushima Earthquake and Tsunami Station Blackout Accident” it shows the page 8 item from the NRC report we are discussing here. All of the “insiders” knew about the Unit 4 mega-disaster.
A chart from P.66:


Thanks to and for the document. – FC

Alt. Link to “Fukushima Earthquake and Tsunami Station Blackout Accident” –


FEMA and NRC Cannot Decide if Fukushima Warrants ANY Nuke Safety Action in USA [!!!]

22 05 2012

“Officials for FEMA and the NRC said they are still studying whether Japan’s experience points to the need for further changes in the United States” 

dated May 16 - AP long investigation

They also say:

Without fanfare, the nation’s nuclear power regulators have overhauled community emergency planning for the first time in more than three decades, requiring fewer exercises for major accidents and recommending that fewer people be evacuated right away.

An AP investigative series in June exposed weaknesses in the U.S. emergency planning program. The stories detailed how many nuclear reactors are now operating beyond their design life under rules that have been relaxed to account for deteriorating safety margins. The series also documented dramatic population growth around nuclear power plants and limitations in the scope of emergency exercises. For example, local authorities assemble at command centers where they test communications, but they do not deploy around the community, reroute traffic or evacuate anyone as in a real emergency [!!!!!!]

. . .  community planners wonder why local forces won’t have to practice repelling an attack [!!!!] along with plant security guards – something federal emergency planners acknowledge could be necessary in a real assault. . . .

. . .  some planning exercises incorporate a reassuring premise: that little or no harmful radiation is released . . .

. . .   required 50-mile planning exercises will now be held less often: every eight years, instead of every six years. . .

. . .   the revisions also favor limiting initial evacuations, even in a severe accident. . . .


The U.S. government recommended that Americans stay at least 50 miles from the Japanese plant. Government officials said the same kind of action could be taken domestically in a similar accident, but advance planning for U.S. evacuations is, in fact, restricted to 10 miles.


This is reassuring (snort) – The comfortably staffed and well funded LOCAL civil servants are going to be ” practicing critical capabilities, even though they won’t need to measure and respond to radiation and they’ll get no FEMA or NRC staff or help while they’re at it. Because they are so comfortably staffed and well funded no doubt! And nuke plants NEVER release radiation in a plant emergency or earthquake or terror attack.


Great reporting is by Jeff Donn, emphasis in type add by the F.C.

Read it all here

AP: we are reproducing parts of the story under the Fair Use provision of the copyright law.