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Japan grapples with serving Fukushima food at Olympics

Dictator Shinzo Abe, Fukushima Food 2020, Futaba Entire town no-entry Except Farms

How did the disgusting omnicidal Nuclear Industry survive this long ? Well it could only exist because media university’s govt infiltration by nuclear inbreeds has gone unchallenged… Those days are over scumbags.

— The Nuclear Proctologist

For years, Japan’s government has sought to convince consumers that food from Fukushima is safe despite the nuclear disaster. But will it serve the region’s produce at the Tokyo Olympics?

It’s a thorny subject for the authorities. They pitched the Games in part as a chance to showcase the recovery of areas affected by the 2011 tsunami and nuclear disaster.

Government officials tout strict checks on food from the region as evidence that the produce is completely safe, but it remains unclear whether athletes and sports teams from around the world will be convinced.

“The Fukushima region has put forward food from 187 producers and is second only to Hokkaido when it comes to meeting the specified criteria in terms of range of products,” 

— Shigeyuki Honma, assistant director general of the local government’s agriculture and forestry planning division.

Japan passes bill to promote farm exports under new body

TOKYO (Kyodo) — Japan passed a bill Wednesday to promote the country’s agricultural exports through the creation of a single body that will handle farm export procedures and talks with trade partners to ease import restrictions.

Under the new law which takes effect on April 1, the body, to be set up within the farm ministry, will handle the tasks that have conventionally been dealt with by different government ministries and agencies, as Japan aims to cut down export processing times.

The body, headed by the farm minister, will hold talks aimed at lifting import restrictions placed by other countries on some Japanese farm products following the Fukushima nuclear crisis and manage food safety inspections.

Other members include the internal affairs minister, the foreign minister and the health minister.

The body will create a roadmap to keep track of its progress in facilitating exports through promoting measures, such as creating more beef process facilities compatible with U.S. and European import standards.

International food safety management certified under the Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point system, examinations have been conducted by the health ministry and prefectural governments.

But the new law will enable private organizations to perform food safety inspections if they meet certain criteria.

A new clause will also be added to allow ministers and prefectural governors to issue export certifications required by other countries, such as sanitary certificates and proof of origin.

In 2018, Japan’s agricultural exports amounted to a record 906.8 billion yen ($8.35 billion), with Hong Kong being the largest buyer of Japanese farm produce, followed by China and the United States. Japan aims to expand the exports to 1 trillion yen this year.

Environmentalists say Fukushima water too radioactive to release

Officials in Japan have claimed that water exposed to radiation in the Fukushima nuclear disaster is now safe to dump into the Pacific. Environmentalists say the water is too contaminated. Julian Ryall reports.

Officials from the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry addressed a government committee Monday, and said that the health risk associated with releasing water that absorbed radionuclides in the aftermath of the March 2011 nuclear accident would be “small.”

During the hearing, the officials said that releasing the water over the course of one year would cause exposure amounting to a miniscule fraction of the radiation that humans are naturally exposed to annually. 

The officials said that storage facilities are already close to capacity, with over 1 million tons of contaminated water being stored in steel tanks on the site in northeast Japan.

De-Program Note: Normal operations of a nuclear power plant reactor circulates over 1 million gallons a day. Fukushima Daiichi has 6 on site. Four in operation on the day of the accident. I gallon is aprox. 10 lbs. 1 Million gallons is 10,000,000 lbs or 5,000 tons of water a day. Freshwater aquifers from the inland mountains continue to attribute an admitted 300 tons per day running under the crippled site interfusing with the radioactivity & discharged into the Pacific.

According to the World Nuclear Association

  • The amount of cooling required by any steam-cycle power plant (of a given size) in operation is determined by its thermal efficiency. It has essentially nothing to do with whether it is fuelled by coal, gas or uranium.
  • However, currently operating nuclear plants often do have slightly lower thermal efficiency than coal counterparts of similar age, and coal plants discharge some waste heat with combustion gases, whereas nuclear plants rely on water.

The most common types of nuclear power plants use water for cooling in two ways:

  • To convey heat from the reactor core to the steam turbines.
  • To remove and dump surplus heat from this steam circuit. (In any steam/ Rankine cycle plant such as present-day coal and nuclear plants there is a loss of about two-thirds of the energy due to the intrinsic limitations of turning heat into mechanical energy.

Within hours of the FDNPP melt-down the water throughout the site evaporated exposing the fuel rods, super-heating whatever came in contact with the molten fuel to temperatures reported as high as 7,000o F

New Radiation Readings in Fukushima Reactor 2 Are ‘Unimaginable,’ Lethal in 1 Min.

EnviroNews World News, Feb 6, 2017 (emphasis added): The astronomical readings bring major concerns to a cleanup operation already spiraling out of control — flying blindly into territory previously uncharted in the history of nuclear power…. To top it off, 530 sieverts per hour might not be the worst cleanup workers have to worry about. TEPCO also stated that surface-level radiation readings from parts inside the plant’s pressure vessels can reach “several thousand sieverts per hour,” compounding what are already seemingly unsurmountable tasks in the decommissioning process. Radiation levels are presently way to high to remove the melted fuel, and that the reactors should be entombed, like was done with Chernobyl’s sarcophagus, for at least a century before attempting dismantlement. “[These readings do] make dismantling the facility almost impossible for 100 or more years, as the exposure to workers would be too significant,” Gundersen conceded.

Jun 26, 2016 (emphasis added): New research shows that most of the radioactive fallout which landed on downtown Tokyo a few days after the Fukushima accident was concentrated and deposited in non-soluble glass microparticles, as a type of ‘glassy soot’. This meant that most of the radioactive material was not dissolved in rain and running water… The particles also concentrated the radioactive caesium (Cs), meaning that in some cases dose effects of the fallout are still unclear… Japanese geochemists… analysed samples collected from within an area up to 230 km from the FDNPP… [I]t had been anticipated that most of the radioactive fallout would have been flushed from the environment by rainwater. However… most of the radioactive caesium in fact fell to the ground enclosed in glassy microparticles… [T]hese particles… formed during the molten core-concrete interaction inside the primary containment vessel in the Fukushima reactor units 1 and/or 3. Because of the high Cs content in the microparticles, the 

radioactivity per unit mass was as high as ~4.4×10^11 Bq/g [440,000,000,000,000 Bq/kg]… Analysis from several air filters collected in Tokyo on 15 March 2011 showed that 89% of the total radioactivity was present as a result of these caesium-rich microparticles, rather than the soluble Cs, as had originally been supposed.

Over 1 Million Japanese are still living in areas with high daily radiation exposure. Previous cesium limit in rice was just 0.1 Bq/kg. Now limits are a 1,000 times higher for the 750 Million lbs of rice produced each year. In June of 2011 the head of a Fukushima health study stated: “100 mSv/yr is OK for pregnant moms. Effects of radiation do not come to people that are happy – they come to people that are weak spirited”

What’s happened since 3/11 in Japan is a series of unimaginable crimes committed against all species of this earth we inhabit. To believe that with the stroke of a pen, we can magically transform the properties of ionizing radiation into nothing more than a nuance if we all can just be happy while we swallow their lies is the greatest treason – it’s a crime of omnicide.

Japan Professor: “Pregnant woman get a free house if they move back to Fukushima.”

Physician/Mayor: “Children being severely harmed must be evacuated; World has never come across a situation like this.”

Tokyo Professor: “Every organism in Fukushima Prefecture is contaminated with radiation. – 1,373,000 Bq/kg detected in worm feces 60 km from meltdowns.”

“Since Japan repeatedly said its food from Fukushima is safe, we have demanded they provide statistics and data to back up their claims,” an official with the South Korean Sports and Olympic Committee told AFP.

The Tokyo 2020 organisers said promoting areas affected by the 2011 disaster remains a key goal.

“Supporting the area’s reconstruction efforts through the sourcing of its food and beverage products is one of our basic strategies; we are therefore seriously considering doing this,” 2020 spokesman Masa Takaya told AFP.

Radiation forecasts withheld by gov’t: Releasing it “would cause unnecessary panic” Ministry decided such data would be unavailable due to loss of power.

Since the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Disaster, We Are Beginning to Understand Just How Vital Iodine Is for Health

DANGER !! Fukushima Government Open Sake Shop In New York With Deadly Radiated Sake


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