Olympics and Paralympics in Fukushima in 2020?

A Message from Our Correspondent in Japan
Former Ambassador Murata


“…organizers are developing J Village,
only a few miles from Fukushima Daiichi,
into a training facility for Japan’s soccer team and possibly more…”
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Dear Health Freedom Friends,

I am sending you my message addressed to President Bach of the IOC.

The following alarming information, provided by the Fukushima Fallout Awareness Network, will motivate the IOC to take action in order to reassure the safety of the Tokyo Olympic Games 2020.


Please allow me to count on your understanding and support.

With warmest regards,
Mitsuhei Murata
Former Ambassador to Switzerland


—–Original Message—–
From: mitsu
Sent: Sunday, April 09, 2017 10:03 PM
To: Boite Lettres Cabinet President
Subject: Alarming article on Fukushima

Dear President Thomas Bach,


The attached alarming article is being widely disseminated by the Fukushima Fallout Awareness Network.



Please have a close look at it.


I hope you will understand why increasingly conscientious Japanese citizens are asking for the retreat from the Tokyo Olympic Games.


Japan must fully accomplish its responsibility of bringing the unstoppable Fukushima nuclear disaster under control as soon as possible.


With warmest and highest regards,
Mitsuhei Murata
Former Ambassador to Switzerland




The Fukushima is Still News article states:


Children are our most beloved and cherished gift and they are also the most vulnerable to the generational damage of man-made radiation in air, food, soil and water. Around the world children who are currently adolescent and possibly younger are in training to compete at the 2020 Summer Olympics and Paralympics in Japan. Their parents most likely have no idea that some of the venues are near the most devastating and ongoing nuclear and industrial disaster in world history, Fukushima Daiichi.


On March 11, 2016, the fifth anniversary of the Fukushima triple nuclear meltdowns, the Japanese Olympic minister Toshiaki Endo stated to the Associated Press that preliminary softball and baseball could be moved from the host city of Tokyo to Fukushima Prefecture. But it gets worse, now soccer has been added too. This isn’t mere speculation, in fact organizers are developing J Village, only a few miles from Fukushima Daiichi, into a training facility for Japan’s soccer team and possibly more. J Village was used as a disaster staging and support facility during the early days of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster.”


Read more here:  http://www.fukushima-is-still-news.com/2017/04/no-olympics-in-fukushima.html

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