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Japan panel recommends ocean release for contaminated Fukushima water

 

 

The panel under the industry ministry came to the conclusion after narrowing the choice to either releasing the contaminated water into the Pacific Ocean or letting it evaporate - and opted for the former. Based on past practice it is likely the government will accept the recommendation.

The build-up of contaminated water at Fukushima has been a sticking point in the clean-up, which is likely to last decades, especially as the Olympics are due to be held in Tokyo this summer with some events less than 60 km (35 miles) from the wrecked plant.

 

Neighbors are nervous, of course.

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The best time to conduct the release of both these findings and the water itself would be now, with the world distracted by other issues such as the Australian bushfires and the Chinese outbreak.

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Since the Japan earthquake has vanished I will post this here.

There are a bunch of updates but the one that sticks out is how many people have died bewcause Tokyo won't let them go back to their homes.

https://www.hiroshimasyndrome.com/fukushima-accident-updates.html?fbclid=IwAR3YFKIVACLaxou0gLm7cMatpTHFrgRGaj4DhDEUov9A0iCkaTibqyhkKHA

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The UN has decided to side with Ghosn and his embezzlement of Nissan funds, and to rebuke the Japanese legal system in the process.

The response of Japan and Japanese to this should be delivered to Ghosn personally, as was delivered to Korea's Empress Myeongseong. By ronin.

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Michael Taylor and his son Peter Taylor, the 2 Americans who were paid $1 million+ for Ghosn's escape, are now playing the disabled veteran/American human rights exceptionalism card relative to the Japanese government's formal request for their extradition.

I would strongly advise them to reconsider this approach, as both they and their legal representation do not seem to understand the loss of face they are accomplices to.

Or in terms this "disabled" ex-Green Beret Michael Taylor might better understand, don't fuck with the people who will be handling your food once they reach Japanese soil.

"I just can’t see him sending his veterans and American citizens overseas to be tortured."

"[Japanese prosecutors] only need to show probable cause, which is a very low standard to have people arrested and then subsequently extradited to Japan.”

"Here we are, the alleged beacon of human rights, going to ship a disabled American veteran and his son overseas during a worldwide pandemic to a place that is known to torture people in their judicial system."

"It’s incredibly shocking that our State Department would just simply, without any explanation, stick two American citizens on a plane to go get tortured.”

https://www.foxbusiness.com/politics/ex-green-beret-accused-of-helping-nissans-ghosn-escape-pleads-for-trump-to-keep-him-in-us

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"Torture" as in less of a chance to buy their way out with either money or political party favoritism. 

 

But maybe the writer with torture got Japan mixed up with CCP China, since some can't tell the difference between the two. Or the US media is lettting tjem know that it has their back and so who wants to tackle the US media?

 

Reminds me of a movie titled "Even if so, I didn't do it" about a young humble sort of guy (maximise impression of innocense for movie viewers to understand, ja) accused of groping on the train and it didn't matter what his defense put forward in the court, he was ruled guilty in the end because the court system "needed" to make guilty. Although the defense team was upfront with the humble guy about his chances of winning the court before it got started, something like only 3% of defendents won the case they said.

https://ja.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/それでもボクはやってない

 

But surely Ghosn and the others did do it.

 

Might be worth sending some of the other cheaters and liars here, like much of the US media.

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