Today is the 7th anniversary of the earthquake, tidal wave and explosion and meltdown in 3 nuclear power plants. To move adults and children back into the area is more criminality. Children cannot take the same doses of radiation.The fact that there are now radioactive animals roaming the landscape, that cannot be lived on, now moves General Electric and TEPCO's crime to ecocide and criminal negligence, and will probably become nuclear genocide as the land becomes more uninhabitable and their culture, way of life and food, air, and water, disappears. Hats off to the guys risking their lives to remove the radioactive hogs. The problem is there is no away and the hogs are being burned up in an incinerator with a Cs 137 filter but this isotope has a half-life of 30 years and will be out there for 300 years as a biological risk. Where do the filters' go? Where will the radioactive ash be disposed , Hanford? There are other isotopes out there Sr 90 and Pu239, that are in the air,land and water. Portals of entry into the food chain, have been established What's the Japanese doctors/nurses doing about this? Taking a submissive pose to human rights violations? Any country on the Pacific Rim has a cause of action against TEPCO and General Electric. Who will sue General Electric for negligence and ecocide? Who will seek a criminal indictment for corporate officers of TEPCO and General Electric? Since corporations like to masquerade as people, lets have the corporate officers of TEPCO and General Electric move their families to this area first. A leader cannot ask others to do what they are too afraid or cowardly to do.
QR Code Link to This Post