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Japan’s Mafia Cleaning up Fukushima As Nation Judged On Whales

posted by admin @ 17:01 PM
April 4, 2014

Japan-yakuza    At least one United Nation’s court has called out Japan for its criminal activities, but it is urgently necessary that other courts and governments require more from Japan when it comes to its careless handling of nuclear waste!

This week, in a12 to 4 vote, the International Court of Justice in the Hague ordered Japan to stop hunting humpback and fin whales in the Southern Ocean. In ‘U.N. Court Orders Japan to Halt Antarctic Whaling,’ Marlise Simons reports:

“[P]residing Judge Peter Tomka of Slovakia said that the present ‘research program,’ . . . has involved the killing of 3,600 minke whales and a number of fin whales, but that its “scientific output to date appears limited,” suggesting Japan’s whaling hunt served political and economic reasons. No research program existed!

There is no appeal of this decision. Japan has not indicated if it will also stop killing whales in other oceans, but it Image:has hinted that it may withdraw from the whaling commission. So when Japan doesn’t like the rules it leaves the club?

That is also apparently Japan’s thinking when it comes to continuous leakage from the Fukushima nuclear facility.  Several U.S. news outlets have revealed that contractors paid to clean up nuclear spills at the damaged plant hired mafia sub-contractors who obtained workers from homeless populations.

In ‘Japanese Mafia Rounds Up Homeless Men To Clean Up Radioactive Waste,’ Hayes Brown exposes:  “Far removed from the spotlight, layers deep in contracts paid for by Japanese taxpayer money, subcontractors hired to help clean up the largest radioactive disaster in Japanese history have taken to rounding up homeless men with the assistance of the Japanese mafia, and paying them less than minimum wage to carry out the potentially deadly labor.”

No less credible, The New York Times presents ‘Unskilled and Destitute Are Hiring Targets for Fukushima Cleanup’ by Hiroko Tabuchi:  “[Tepco has left] the complex cleanup to an often badly managed, poorly trained, demoralized and sometimes unskilled work force that has made some dangerous missteps.
“ . . . a work force often assembled by fly-by-night labor brokers with little technical or safety expertise and even less concern about hiring desperate people. Police and labor activists say some of the most aggressive of the brokers have mob ties.” In response, Tabuchi says, Tepco refuses to disclose whether:

1) Contractors hired illegal labor brokers; 2) Fukushima has had additional leaks; 3) They heeded warning alarms before waste overflows, etc. “Tepco’s deputy chief, Ono, says “it did not occur to us to actually go to the scene to check.”

Tepco’s response to the Times article:  “ . . .[we acknowledge] the need to strengthen our work force at Fukushima Daiichi and are taking many steps to improve pay, working conditions and supervision. But the article’s unfairly negative focus overlooked major achievements of our work force at Fukushima.”

Yeah, but no matter how much one tries to clean up bull manure, it still stinks.  And this stench says Japanese pride will still force it to hunt God’s prized whales, and to continue endangering world populations with carelessly spilt deadly nuclear waste, handled by mafia-controlled poor indigent homeless men.

As the prophet Amos answers in Christian messages, there comes a time in God’s dealings with men when warnings are over:  “The LORD hath sworn by the excellency of Jacob, Surely I will never forget any of their works (8:7).”

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