Fukushima Disaster: BAN Japan's Agriculture Products! Pleads to "make it stop!" Update 9/6/13

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Japan Gov't : We've been lying the whole time about radioactive contamination in our agriculture products, but we promise to tell you the truth in the future, if you just keep buying our fish and other We chose not to disclose information because it...

Japan Gov't : We've been lying the whole time about radioactive contamination in our agriculture products, but we promise to tell you the truth in the future, if you just keep buying our fish and other We chose not to disclose information because it might damage our We're going to PUSH our Fish on the WORLD and EXPAND our Market! We're setting up a special area inland of you won't even have to buy directly from the "banned areas"... we can import contaminated fish and sell it to you from a nondisclosed location. In a Safe zone. (we don't have to tell you where the fish/produce/dairy were actually obtained). Plus, remember, we're promising to be really really honest with you from now weary to edit bans marine products from eastern JapanThe officials also say the country will ask for test certificates if even a trace of radioactivity is found in fish, dairy products and other foods from anywhere in South Korean consumers are even avoiding marine products from their own country now because of fears over the tainted water and Mayors urge govt. to stop Fukushima leakGod Forbid you Ruin your ReputationFishing industry worried about import banThe head of a local fisheries cooperative said the ban came just as the organization was going to expand exports of processed fish in Japan are Pissed. Amari plans special zone for agricultural exportsJapan's Economic Revitalization Minister says he hopes to set up a national strategic zone to promote agricultural sites found fit for radioactive waste storageJapan's Environment Ministry says 2 candidate sites for storing radioactive waste in Fukushima Prefecture are fit for the purpose as their bedrock is officials on Friday briefed a panel of experts on the results of land surveys at the sites in Oh-kuma and Naraha towns. Both are near the disabled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power officials said workers dug deep into the ground at the sites and confirmed the presence of strong bedrock beneath low-lying land, plateaus and concluded that construction of intermediate facilities to store radioactive soil and debris is feasible at the ministry has a 3rd candidate site in Futaba Town, also near the plant. Officials have finished briefing residents about the plan, and hope to request the start of a land survey Vice Environment Minister Shinji Inoue told reporters that the assessments at the 2 sites are encouraging, and that the ministry hopes Futaba will also accept a survey as soon as 6, 2013 Final pitches before 2020 Olympic venue choice the Fukushima issue is coming up a lot in recent talk about Tokyo's Headlines: Top Japan officials and Tepco all now claim Fukushima contamination is staying inside port and not reaching Pacific Yet Tokyo scientist already revealed 44% of water in port flows out into ocean every dayPhysician: Statement by Canadian officials indicates Fukushima contamination was detected in fish at levels that are "difficult to explain without undue alarm" Huffington Post: "Sockeye Salmon Sushi: Use a Geiger Counter"Nuclear Engineer: Fuel appears damaged in Fukushima Unit 4 pool and will fall apart if they pull it up Make sure your radiation monitor works so you know what's going on when something drops Japan Media: "Things are going badly" Fukushima "the same as war" says military officer in charge of forces at plant Concern "workers on-site do not consent to join battle" Crime skyrocketing, "people were held hostage" Unprecedented ocean contamination and leaks are out of controlMayor: Impossible to stop groundwater entering Fukushima plant Abandoning melted fuel means contamination will always be flowing out "I'm truly a tremendous very, very serious"NYTimes: Countries increasingly worried about Fukushima Unit 4 spent fuel Experts: Concern over potential cracks in pool walls Professors: "In deteriorating condition"; "This is a critical global issue"; "Could have fatal consequences for Japan"Kyodo News: URGENT -- S. Korea bans all fishery products from 8 Japan prefectures Gov't: Unclear how Fukushima incident will progress in futureCNBC: Fukushima crisis "a global problem, not just a Japan problem" says "Denial & cover-up clearly not working" TV: "Many now say disaster has spun out of control, and its full extent hidden from public" Nuclear Engineer: Fukushima contamination that will soon hit has people very concerned, and I think rightly so Gov't should be regularly monitoring seafood, seawaterboth songs by Jonathan MannMore than the sum of your parts #1699 andyou got the right way, you got the wrong way #1644Thanks Jonathan :)

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