Murata-san to Prime Minister Abe: Retreat from Atomic Olympics

Murata-san to Prime Minister Abe: Retreat from Atomic Olympics
Dear Friends, I am sending you my message sent out today [to Japanese Prime Minister Abe], calling for his decision to retreat from the Tokyo Olympics or to postpone it. I informed Prime Minister Abe of signs of an important change in the public opinion, citing supportive messages addressed to me from outstanding personalities in the economic world. I also pointed out that my interview articles published by “Weekly Asahi” (dated September 20) and Monthly “Gekkan Nippon” (dated October, 2019), in which I pleaded for retreating from the Tokyo Olympic Games, received encouraging reactions.… Read the rest

Fukushima 5 Years After: Free Ebook Now Available

Fukushima 5 Years After: Free Ebook Now Available
Given that conventional nuclear engineering has nothing to offer the clean-up of what is arguably the most devastating nuclear accident in the history of the planet, unconventional solutions that work are essential. Following a chilling discussion of the real risk levels posed by Fukushima by world-renowned radiation risk expert Dr. Chris Busby, scientists focused on how to deal with the situation as it is and the answers may well astonish you.… 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