‘IN FACT’ Fukushima city (60 km from the meltdowns) needed to be evacuated over a year ago. Very high levels of radiation have been detected in Fukushima city by Greenpeace and many others.
Fukushima Mayor Takanori Seto is a TRAITOR unto his people and whether he fled Fukushima city or not makes no difference in my opinion.
Takanori Seto has much to answer for and his honor cannot be ‘badly tarnished’, because he has NONE.
Even Tokyo is finished and Fukushima City is much worse off than Tokyo.
On Fukushima city:
– Scientist Marco Kalthofen’s Presentation To The American Public Health Association: Americium (A Byproduct Of Plutonium Decay) Hot Particles Detected In Tokyo – ‘My University Is Annoyed With Me’: Auto Air Filters From Fukushima City (65 Km From Nuke Plant) So Radioactive Have To Be Buried At Radioactive Waste Disposal Site In US
– Prof. Chris Busby: Fukushima Like the TITANIC – The Japanese Government Is Completely Out Of Order And If It Continuous Its Course Of Action Then It Is A Criminal Organization – ‘I Am Too Frightened To Go Closer To Meltdowns Than 100 Km’ Because Of High Levels Of Radiation
“Well there seems to be a kind of plate glass barrier between the people and governments now, all over the world. The governments do one thing, and the people are kept in the dark. And nowhere is this more obvious than in Japan where people are now being sacrificed to the “god of nuclear power.” There is no other way of putting it, really.”
– Insane & Radioactive Japan: Tokyo Marathon, Shiitake Mushrooms (993 Bq/Kg), Sludge (2.47 Million Bq/Kg Of Cesium), Official Who Took Radiation Measurements In Tokyo FOUND DEAD With A Plactic Bag Over His Head
– Fukushima mayor demands apology from Kobe prof. over claims he fled city (The Mainichi, Mar 28, 2012):
FUKUSHIMA — The mayor of this prefectural capital is demanding an apology from a Kobe University professor for false comments the professor allegedly made about the civic leader during a lecture.
Fukushima Mayor Takanori Seto sent a letter on March 26 demanding radiation metrology professor Tomoya Yamauchi apologize for claiming during a lecture that Seto had fled his city — the capital of Fukushima Prefecture, host to the disaster-stricken Fukushima No. 1 nuclear plant — and was commuting to work by official car from the city of Yamagata.
Yamauchi admitted to the Mainichi on March 27 that he had made the comments, and said he would “consider a response once the letter has arrived.”
According to the Fukushima Municipal Government, Yamauchi made the statement at a Feb. 18 lecture in Osaka, held to oppose accepting debris from the areas worst-hit by the March 2011 disasters.
“Fukushima city needs to be evacuated,” Yamauchi said at the lecture. “The city administration isn’t doing much of anything, but there is one man there doing the right thing: the mayor. He’s living in Yamagata and goes to work in Fukushima every morning by official car.”
Seto in fact continues to live in the city of Fukushima.