Message from Prime Minister Shinzo Abe: I received delicious salmon and rice from the town of Naraha in Fukushima Prefecture. Grilled salmon is really the perfect accompaniment to white rice. The salmon had just the right amount of fat and the rice, perfect in its stickiness, also had a nice sweetness.
I visited Naraha last month and I was encouraged by what the residents who had returned there said to me. “I like this town, so I returned here once the evacuation order was lifted. I am going to do my best to help Naraha.” The salmon was caught during fishing that resumed last month after five years. It is proof that reconstruction is moving forward step by step.
Residents’ feelings towards their hometowns are the driving force for reconstruction. I will continue to make my utmost efforts to restore their hometowns at the earliest possible time.
This was the first time the fishing operations took place since the nuclear disaster at the nearby Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant, which was caused by the 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake and tsunami.
Most of Naraha is located within the 20-kilometer-radius evacuation zone surrounding the stricken plant, but the evacuation order was lifted for the entire town on Sept. 5, 2015.
Some of the fish caught were salmon fry that were released into the Kidogawa in early March 2011 before the disaster, which had returned to the river as adults to spawn.
The green light was given by authorities for shipping Kidogawa river salmon after a survey conducted by the Fukushima prefectural government found that levels of radioactive materials detected in the fish were below the central government’s safety standard of 100 becquerels per kilogram.
(Originally posted at 19:01, Monday, November 9, 2015 in Japanese)
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Nuclear scientists have said that it will take over a hundred years to stop the nuclear waste water from leaking into the Pacific Ocean. Unfortunately, the two massive Pacific Ocean currents collide off the coast of Fukushima and all Pacific sea life spawn there. This causes the massive accumulation of radioactive waste buildup in their flesh and bones. When pseudo scientists, whether schooled or not, publish false information about the severity and the loss of the Pacific Ocean, they are giving the go ahead to consume a very deadly food, especially to pregnant mothers. There is a conspiracy going on, since the Fukushima meltdowns. Most of the news media is sponsored by the nuclear energy companies and the U.S. Government is complicate in this, as well.
Déjà vu…Professional liars
Déjà vu, from French, literally “already seen”, is the phenomenon of having the strong sensation that an event or experience currently being experienced, has already been experienced in the past.
Mad Cow Disease…Don’t Worry, It’s Safe
Fukushima Disaster BBC Report Japanese Politician Drinks Decontaminated Reactor Water 1 Nov. 11
Japanese MP Yasuhiro Sonoda has drunk water collected from the quake-hit Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant, after reporters challenged him to prove it was safe. He appeared nervous and his hands shook as he downed a glass during a televised news conference after journalists repeatedly queried the safety of the decontamination procedure and use of the water. The water he drank was taken from two reactors. It is decontaminated before being used for tasks such as watering plants.
Three Mile Island…Everything Is Under Control…Basically They Lied
The Three Mile Island accident was a partial nuclear meltdown that occurred on March 28, 1979, in one of the two Three Mile Island nuclear reactors in Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, United States.
“The formula for damage control at TMI was designed by the nuclear industry composed a one size fits all ‘playbook’ the industry has followed for all nuclear catastrophes since.
The pattern of denial created by the nuclear industry during the TMI meltdown had at least five steps in its playbook:
1. Make it appear that “authorities” have the situation under control.
2. Delay any evacuation orders for as long as possible.
3. Claim radiation releases are much lower than they actually are.
4. Claim radiation exposures are acceptable and that no one will die.
5. And lastly, minimize conflicting information given to the press through paid off experts.