Minamisoma Official: Plutonium detection not being published by gov’t — Mayor should be blamed if people die

Published: July 3rd, 2012 at 1:06 am ET
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June 30, 2012 post by Koichi Oyama, Minamisoma city council member, translated by Dissensus Japan:

Administration of Minamisoma doesn’t recover (radioactive) black substances either publish the detection of Plutonium

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If one dies of side effects, who should accept the blame?

This time, it’s the Mayor of course who must take responsibility for the outcome of bad accident response!

A follow-up review should be conducted

Published: July 3rd, 2012 at 1:06 am ET
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19 comments to Minamisoma Official: Plutonium detection not being published by gov’t — Mayor should be blamed if people die

  • yes let one man who has no say in the matter take the entire blame for the nuclear cartel…

    Why not blame every agency and body that created and concealed the crimes? Wouldn't that make more sense…

    I forgot; silly me…

    They all resigned and collected their severance packages last week…

    Hey japan ever heard of justice? Or better yet civil war?

  • TheBigPicture TheBigPicture

    The only blame is allowing a nuclear industry to exist. And right now, nobody knows if their kid breathed a hot particle or not.

  • Yukio_Tanukio

    For years now I have been trying to find a web forum or "chat room" that is NOT controlled by people with a political agenda. So far, no go. Since March 2011 I have felt this need rather urgently. Does anyone have a suggestion? This website is a good place, but it is not a "popular" real time chat in which we can discuss and debate our issues. Take my word, if you don't already know: The popular and well-frequented chats and forums are packed with shills (political operatives serving one political entity or another.) I want to spread some info about Fukushima and what is going on, but I cannot do so under the oppressive and disruptive conditions in Yahoo, Paltalk, Craigslist, and the like.

    • richard richard

      hi Yukio. you are right about the blogsphere and politics, most are divisive one way or the other or many ways).

      One of the shining lights of enenews.com that there has been almost zero party politics.

      as norbu mentioned the other day, ene helps to 'look behind the curtain' and move beyond that facsade.

      from my experience, you'll be hard pressed finding anything like it elsewhere.

      (but you're right, it's probably not "popular" πŸ™‚ neither am i sometimes πŸ˜‰ )

    • mikal75dhs

      I don't know of any chat rooms that would be appropriate for your subject. But you might consider facebook or even Youtube. You could make your own video. I am interested in your information, especially since I have noticed problems with our fish, seals, walrus, polar bears etc. here in Alaska. I know we can't trust either the Japanese or US government to tell us the truth about anything. We have to get the truth out by our own networks. I am working with other activists to get some attention and at least get a dialog going about the problem there. As a world community we should all help Japan to combat this disaster. But you have to start with the truth and the facts. I would appreciate hearing from you. I am interested in what information you may have.

  • We have watched the progression from the reactor failure is an act of nature, and the source of radiation is long buried radium bottles, now the Mayor.

    Hang em high!

  • Sharp2197 Sharp2197

    Yeah let's blame a local mayor for doing what he is told, like blaming a cop for standing in front of a reactor. Yeah hold them morally responsible, but they are following instructions, they should quit their job for moral reasons but held legally responsible look higher up the government/corporate ladder.