Belarus: Nuclear Power Police State – Critique by Ian Goddard


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In this video Ian Goddard looks at the story where an AP reporter was taken to court for reporting on contaminated milk. He breaks down the scientific evidence available and is not happy with what he finds..
Published on 3 Jan 2017

Belarusian kangaroo court finds AP reporter guilty:…

Original AP milk report:…

Background on Belarus:

“According to official post-Soviet data about 60% of the radioactive fallout landed in Belarus.”…

@ 2:46 Belarusian Association of Journalists: “The outcome of the trial dramatically narrows free expression in the country, as it casts doubts on the very possibility to hold journalistic investigations in Belarus.”…

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@ 3:45, NAS statement on Bandazhevsky…

@ 4:54, Novikau (2016):

@ 7:37, the Ukrainian Government’s…

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Landscapes I saw



A short poem at the beginning of the year.
Accumulated dust can make mountains.


Here are the pictures that show reality.
Taken on January 2nd 2017.


These black bags are full of soil and fallen leaves gathered in the course of the decontamination work.

These bags last from 3 to 5 years.
What do we do now?


Over the mountain of black bags lies Odaka station.

Now anybody can get on and off the train.


Source: Akiyoshi Imazeki, Odaka Station, Minamisoma-shi, Fukushima Prefecture

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