THE JAPANESE government has drawn up plans for the evacuation of Tokyo’s 39 million residents in the wake of the Fukushima nuclear disaster. The level of radiological exposure that the people of Tokyo have been subjected to, and the increasing incidence of cancers, have so far been ignored by the government—which has allegedly been incarcerating its citizens in psychiatric hospitals when they voice concerns about radiation levels.
Brooke Folk of the The United American Freedom Foundation—America’s #1 free alternative news aggregator and media resource.
Both the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) and French nuclear energy company Areva have warned that reactor number 4 is the “weakest link” out of the entire Fukushima complex. The Tokyo Electric Power Company has resisted calls to bury the spent fuel rods in concrete, citing the cost, but an editorial in Japan’s Mainichi Daily News quotes government insiders who warn that the potential collapse of the reactor is “a grave concern.”
And now, the Japanese government is creating blueprints for forcibly removing 39 million people from the Tokyo metro-area. Mainichi Daily News editor Takao Yamada, commenting on this plan:
“The worse-case scenario drawn up by the government includes not only the collapse of the No. 4 reactor pool, but the disintegration of spent fuel rods from all the plant’s other reactors. If this were to happen, residents in the Tokyo metropolitan area would be forced to evacuate.”
Millions of refugees who have been exposed to massive amounts of radiation will be dispersed with no choice but to leave Tokyo with nowhere to go. They will be destitute, completely dependent on their government to help them…
Research has shown that some areas of Tokyo have more radiation than existed in the Chernobyl Exclusion Zones. Indeed, recent soil samples taken in Tokyo were found to be so radioactive that they would be considered radioactive waste in the United States and would have to be disposed of by experts at a secure facility.
Last week TEPCO announced that, “it has found that the cooling water in one of the damaged reactors (number 2) at Fukushima is only 60 centimeters deep, far lower than previously thought.” Radioactive material from the stricken nuclear plant has been found in sea creatures and ocean water some 600 km off the coast of Japan.
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