TV: Officials outside Fukushima told not to accept voluntary evacuees from Fukushima? “Oh, finally, they confessed and gone this far” (VIDEO)

Published: February 11th, 2013 at 1:51 am ET
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Title: FUKUSHIMA:What Can We Do Now? [part1]
Source: dekiru.or.jp
Uploaded by: imawatachitachi
Date Broadcast: February 28, 2012
Upload Date: February 9, 2013

In the wake of the Great East Earthquake and nuclear power plant accident on March 11th, 2011, a number of citizen groups developed detailed reconstruction plan through discussions from their standpoints and set up a program to send the news report and transmit information. The public access program, which broadcast voices of citizens, started on April 5th, with the cooperation from BS11, one of the commercial satellite broadcast channels. [...]

At 11:15 in

Mother: I’ve heard that Fukushima governor told the other prefectures (which would be ready to accept evacuees from Fukushima) not to accept voluntary evacuees. [...]

Host: The comment at the end of VTR said that Fukushima prefecture has requested to other prefectures not to accept voluntary evacuees from Fukushima. Here is the article at that time, on Dec. 2 last year in Mainichi Newspaper Evening issue. The media reported that Fukushima prefecture announced to the other prefectures to stop the system of establishing temporary housings for evacuees, especially for voluntary evacuees. When I heard the news, to tell the truth, I thought ‘Oh, finally, they confessed and gone this far.’ How do you think of the situation as a resident?

Resident: Actually to my shame, I didn’t know the news. Come to think of it, we are facing the severe situation. However, the governor even said something like that. I think it is not acceptable. It is their responsibility to protect the citizens’ lives. I feel that they have done something they are not supposed to do, actually. Yes. We, the citizens in Fukushima have developed a feeling of distrust towards the government after learning the fact.

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6 comments to TV: Officials outside Fukushima told not to accept voluntary evacuees from Fukushima? “Oh, finally, they confessed and gone this far” (VIDEO)

  • We Not They Finally

    The Fukushima Governor who did this needs to go live right at the reactor site. I would suggest reactor no. 2. They've been having problems getting inside to see what's going on. (Gee, I wonder why.) Well, maybe this public servant can volunteeer. If he thinks that voluntary evacuation to get out from deadly danger is a bad thing, then maybe he should set a different example voluntarily himself. Go, Governor, go! I understand you will have seven minutes before you are fried.


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  • Bleifrei Bleifrei

    i think ist money what the gov. hold ,to work like this , money from the tax
    no tax no work no gov. needed
    death man walking .contempt for him is flattered.
    if the cancer and sickness come over all there ,it will be to late for the people , the levels of ray are toxic enough and the particels are work around the clock……more and more and more ..and the circle of toxic are in move get bigger for a long time so the LOKALGov is in future a gov without Folks or sick folks wrong way is a wrong way and remains


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  • pure water

    It is the modern slavery, with no respect for human free will! Smile and obey, till they ruin your life!


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  • Time Is Short Time Is Short

    The term used to be 'shelter in place'.

    Now it's 'die in place'.

    And he didn't make that decision on his own. It had to come from up high, which would have been Kan. The same Kan who now says he is a hero for the decisions he made.

    Murderers, all of them.


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