Sunday, April 1, 2012

German Report on Fukushima, Interview with ex PM Kan

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Excellent video, German reporters in Japan, investigating Fukushima.

For anyone doubting how the Nuke Cartel operates, this is the smoking gun.

The whole lies, report fabrications, regulatory capture, are laid bare in this sub-titled report. At minutes 11 and 16 ex Prime Minister Kan details in no uncertain terms how the Nuclear Village operates through lies, extortion, personnel insertions into government and then back into TEPCO.

This is coming right from the top. This has been reviewed by a Japanese national who is also fluent in English and they agree that the translation is absolutely correct.


  1. Stellar Post!

    We gave Kan the benefit of the doubt before but he got swept out of office by the Utility Gangs that own the Diet...
    + This on Kan
    Ex-PM Kan, other Democratic Party members to launch group to seek exit from nuclear power

    If Japan restarts their reactors they will get yet another Trillion Dollar Eco-Disaster...

    The anti-nuclear activities led by Kan, whose efforts to end Japan's use of nuclear power date back to when he was still in office, come as the government moves closer to a decision on whether to allow the restart of some of the country's idled reactors, despite concerns among the public over their safety.

  2. The only thing I can think of is loss of FACE
    ...In that the Utility Gangs have failed their public trust...

    What a Nuclear Waste!

  3. Hi Guys! I'll only add:

  4. Loss of Exports totally

  5. Fukushima Crisis Total Cost Up To $10 TRILLION Dollars; via A Green Road

  6. It is really too sad that such inhuman people have the power to decide such important matters in the country. Everybody is so afraid that they do not dare tell the truth. It's like the dark force is stronger than the good. Such a sad reality.

  7. How many people would be willing to go to fukushima and take a lifetime dose of radiation over a short period of time as part of the process of cleaning it up.
    The only way this is going to get better is if a massive number of people are prepared to go and clean the place up, could tepco afford £10k per person for as many people as it takes to go into the hot zone and begin gathering up the mess?.
    Think along the lines of the human effort at chernobyl but x1000 as big, literally container ships loaded with people willing to go in for a max dose.