Fukushima’s Unstoppable Multiple Meltdowns w Fmr Japanese Ambassador
This Week’s Featured Interview: Mitsuhei Murata, former Japanese Ambassador to Switzerland and an outspoken critic of Japan’s nuclear policies, has issued a statement calling for the United Nations to hold an “International Day for Global Ethics” in the wake of their resolution to negotiate a treaty outlawing nuclear weapons. Source The interview is an Encore Presentation of our conversation on Japan declaring an “honorable retreat” from the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, originally presented on Nuclear Hotseat #234, December 15, 2016. UN International Ethics Summit Needed – Japanese Ambassador Murata
Fukushima is “Unstoppable” & No Prospect for Solution (Nuclear Hotseat #234) YouTube
Numnutz of the Week (for Nuclear Boneheadedness):
TEPCO is ending operations at the J-Village Complex in Fukushima Prefecture in March and is handing the facility back to resume its previous purpose… as training camp for the Japanese national soccer team. Besides putting their world-class athletes in harm’s way (12-1/2 miles/20 kilometers from the triple meltdown at Fukushima Daiichi and only 4-1/3 miles/7 kilometers from the Exclusion Zone), they will stop doing whole body monitoring of Fukushima workers for internal radiation exposure. Way to go, TEPCO – two for one!