Evil Lying Scum Shinzo Abe: ‘I Want Everyone In The Country To Know They (Fishery Products From Fukushima) Are Good And Safe’

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Stoical: Prime Minister Shinzo Abe (front, second from left) samples octopus and other marine produce caught off Fukushima Prefecture during a visit to the city of Soma on Saturday. | KYODO#

Abe tries to dispel rumors about Fukushima seafood (JiJi, Oct 19, 2013):

SOMA, FUKUSHIMA PREF. – Prime Minister Shinzo Abe visited the port of Soma in Fukushima Prefecture on Saturday and pledged efforts to dispel rumors about the safety of local fishery produce.

Abe took a firsthand look at Matsukawaura port, where fishermen resumed trial catches in late September after a monthlong suspension following the discovery that radioactive water has been spewing from the stricken Fukushima No. 1 nuclear plant.

He received an explanation about radiation checks on fishery products and a progress update on recovery work at the port, which was badly damaged by the March 2011 earthquake and tsunami.

“We will work to wipe out harmful rumors by giving out accurate information,” Abe said before local residents. After tasting octopus caught off Fukushima, he said, “I want everyone in the country to know they (fishery products from Fukushima) are good and safe.”

The prime minister later visited a temporary housing complex and a site chosen for collective relocation in the town of Shinchi in Fukushima and held talks with residents, who are expected to move to the site by the end of the year.

“This will be a model project. We will continue to make the utmost effort to facilitate the reconstruction of Fukushima,” Abe said.

It was Abe’s fifth visit to the prefecture since taking office last December.

2 thoughts on “Evil Lying Scum Shinzo Abe: ‘I Want Everyone In The Country To Know They (Fishery Products From Fukushima) Are Good And Safe’”

  1. This has been a big story from day one. This site ought to be given a Pulitzer for staying on it against the corporate media around the world that did a total blackout of this subject. Some scientists (I won’t say their names) were open about this mess at the beginning, only to stop responding or speaking after a time…….it was as if they had been told by their respective governments to be quiet……
    Japan, damn their government and the corporation, TEPCO, told outright lies. They insisted everything was fine, and refused offers of help from Russia or the US. Now, over 31 months later, they admit they might need a bit of help. The fish are dying, the sea is poisoned, and it will only get worse, because the technology to stop the mess has not yet been invented.
    The other governments are equally to blame for sitting by mutely while the food chain was broken, and our world poisoned.
    Now, it may well be too late.
    Thanks again for staying on this story.


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