Japan’s Nuclear Policy Unchanged by Fukushima

Japan’s Nuclear Policy Unchanged by Fukushima
Our correspondent in Japan, Murata-san, updates us on developments there, as we get closer to the 2020 Tokyo Atomic Olympics. Toshiba has retreated from the nuclear construction project in Great Britain. France has withdrawn from the Astride project of creating a new type of nuclear reactor. “The destructive power of nuclear energy and immorality in all directions” seems to be increasingly understood worldwide.… Read the rest

Four Prime Ministers Question Fukushima Denial

Four Prime Ministers Question Fukushima Denial
Our correspondent in Japan, Murata-san, sends us this message: . Dear Friends, . As you know, the current political situation in Japan that can be characterized as irresponsible and immoral allows us to foresee a new change,awaited by the majority of the Japanese people. . 4 Former  Prime Ministers, (Koizumi, Hosokawa, Fukuda, Hatoyama) are now publicly expressing their serious  concern about this.… Read the rest

Why Wasn’t Tokyo Evacuated After Fukushima Meltdown?

Why Wasn’t Tokyo Evacuated After Fukushima Meltdown?
PM Considered Evacuating Tokyo Naoto Kan at Telegraph Interview FUKUSHIMA FIFTH ANNIVERSARY MARATHON PODCAST Scientists, Researchers, Advocates Discussing Solutions March 9, 2016 – 4 to 8 PM Eastern www.HealthFreedomPortal.org  In a report [1] circulating the Internet, former Prime Minister of Japan Naoto Kan admits that he seriously considered evacuating Tokyo during the days after the March 11, 2011 earthquake, tsunami and explosions that destroyed several nuclear reactors at the Fukushima nuclear power plant.… Read the rest