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Aoki, Ito and Nakamura: “Radioactive Hotspots along Olympic Torch Relay Route

Kazumasa Aoki: Vice President, Radioactivity Monitoring Center for Citizen / Nobuyoshi Ito: Iitate Village Resident / Jun Nakamura: Co-Chairman, Fukuichi Area Environmental Radiation Monitoring Project

Thanks to FCCJ for this interview and also for restoring bilingual format.   Thanks also for an excellent translation by Mary Joyce, whose contribution is often unmentioned.  Although the Covid-19 and Fukushima disaster appear  unrelated, I see parallel relationship.   Abe’s Japanese government tends to hide the truth as if the politicians believe in the three monkeys carved in Nikko Shrine.   See no evil, Hear no evil, Speak no evil.   The government’s reluctance to measure and publish the soil contamination at Fukushima is analogous to that of their reluctance to conduct PCR test to grasp the real spread of the corona virus.  I used to use a term “Okami to Hitsuji (sheep)”  to describe the relationship between Japanese government and the docile citizens.  Making a reference to the above observations, however, it is more like “Okami to Hatsuka Nezumi (white mice)”   because people are used as a subject of a massive  Bio-Medical experiments.  I do not know any other countries, in which the government can get away with their misconducts of this magnitude. However, I see some hope by listening to the three gentlemen who gave the interview.  They speak the facts in much better Japanese  than the  average Japanese politicians.  Thanks again to FCCJ to shed a light on the  news, which would be buried otherwise.

March 5, 2020 - Posted by | Fukushima 2020 | , ,

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