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Japan is on the verge of a collapse after Fukushima- Tokyo Professor

ethics-nuclearflag-japanTokyo Professor: I want to stress that Japan is on verge of collapse after Fukushima — Osaka Professor: If you don’t recognize health risks and take action right now, you have no future (VIDEO)
September 24th, 2013  
By ENENews 
  Title: 0.23μ㏜ – Fukushima: Is There a Way Out? 
Source: Arirang TV
Date: Sept. 9, 2013

Fukushima: Is There a Way Out? […] What kind of tomorrow awaits Japan? […] The Japanese public spends every day in fear and anxiety, as the repercussions of the nuclear crisis can be felt everywhere, and there is no end in sight yet. […] Where is Fukushima headed? Will Japan be able to find a way out?

At 42:00 in

Professor Taisei Namura, Ph.D., National Institute of Biomedical Innovation (Under jurisdiction of Japan’s Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare, located in Osaka): Cancer doesn’t happen immediately. If you don’t recognize it and take action right now, you have no future. We must raise public awareness. We can’t rest assured just because it’s a small amount. The symptoms will not appear until decades later.

At 46:00 in
Professor Eiji Makino, Hosei Universityy (“One of the most traditional private universities based in Tokyo”): This tragedy has revealed that Japan’s political, social, economic, and moral standards are falling apart. I think we’re facing a big crisis. I want to stress one more time that Japan is on the verge of a collapse.
Watch the 48 minute broadcast here


September 26, 2013 - Posted by | Japan, Religion and ethics, safety

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