(Observer Network News) According to a report on the website of the Japan Broadcasting Association (NHK), the Japanese government held a relevant cabinet meeting on the morning of April 13 and formally decided to discharge nuclear waste water from the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant into the sea, The policy is to start emissions in 2 years. According to the report, the nuclear wastewater will be diluted to one-fortieth of Japan’s national radiation concentration benchmark value before discharge, which is equivalent to one-seventh of the radiation safety standards for drinking water established by the World Health Organization (WHO).
It’s really not a matter of talking on the Internet, and simply condemning it. It’s really scary. The Japanese government’s decision to discharge Fukushima nuclear sewage into the sea is really not a matter of talking online, and simply condemning it. It’s really scary.
Since then, the fate of mankind has become more unpredictable. Let’s take a look at the people and animals that have been mutated due to nuclear radiation. Frighteningly, I don’t dare to post pictures anymore. If problems arise in decades or hundreds of years, especially the animals at the top of the food chain in the ocean slowly accumulate nuclear radiation and other substances. , If the ocean becomes a poison tank, how can it survive? It’s really going to develop in the direction of science fiction and horror movies.
Not to mention Japan, the whole world has to go in. Isn’t there an international organization that can be mobilized at this time? Why are humans so numb to potential hazards? !

In fact, I quite believe what a certain friend said: With the Japanese character and style of doing things, when Japan said that it was going to discharge nuclear waste water, the nuclear waste water was almost exhausted by Japan! Because the Japanese have a precedent for concealing a nuclear leak. In 1978, a criticality accident occurred at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant, which was concealed and made public until 2007. In 2005, a magnitude 7.2 earthquake on the Richter scale caused the pool of nuclear waste stored in the nuclear power plant to overflow. In 2006, a radioactive material leak occurred in Unit 6 of the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant. In 2007, TEPCO admitted that the reactor data of the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant had been tampered with 28 times between 1979 and 1998. Why conceal it? On the one hand it is because of the money. In 2011, Japan’s great earthquake and tsunami cut off power to the nuclear power plant, and it was impossible to send cooling water to the reactor to cool down in time. At that time, an engineer suggested to inject a large amount of boron-containing seawater to forcibly cool the reactor, but the consequence was that the reactor worth hundreds of millions of dollars was completely scrapped. On the other hand, the second-generation reactor in the Fukushima nuclear power plant will produce a large number of important materials used in the manufacture of atomic bombs: plutonium. Therefore, when the Japanese first classified the Fukushima nuclear accident as a level 4 nuclear accident, it took a month to hide it, and it was designated as a major accident at level 7. Then at the press conference, the person in charge of the nuclear accident bowed 45° with a very sincere attitude…This time the Japanese government decided to discharge the Fukushima nuclear sewage into the sea, mainly because it saves money and saves trouble. Extremely self-interested, without considering the impact of nuclear sewage discharged into the sea on the marine environment and surrounding areas, as well as on its descendants and residents in the surrounding areas. How to stop it? It’s actually very simple. Just use the West against ours against Japan. Imagine what the old western politicians would think if this happened to China. It is estimated that I can’t sleep happily. I have published online seminars in several countries overnight, and jointly launched a boycott against us with the United Nations. But how about putting it on Japan this time? The United States is silent. The locomotive, who is usually called the most fierce, under the banner of defending human rights, was silent. This time the discharge started from Hokkaido. Because of the North Pacific Circulation and the Japanese Warm Current, nuclear sewage will be transported to North America first along with the ocean current in a clockwise direction. This time it is our turn to take the initiative to fight back. There are two plans. planA: Take the initiative to launch a boycott. planB: Didn’t the Japanese say that nuclear wastewater can be used as drinking water after being “diluted” last year? Let them drink it by themselves!

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helpmekim
7 months ago

There is a way, all mankind will unite to impose sanctions on Japan. All major countries cut off all economic contacts with Japan. The United Nations Atomic Energy Agency dispatched global experts to Japan to thoroughly investigate the Fukushima nuclear leak. No drop of sewage can flow out of the Japanese island. They supervised their nationwide mobilization and blocked the reactor. How you treated the Soviet Union back then, how you treat Japan today! Japan risked the world’s bad faith by discharging nuclear waste water toward the Pacific, harming the world, poisoning offspring, and polluting the global biological chain. This is already a crime against humanity. I even have reason to suspect that Japan possesses weapons of mass destruction. , It is entirely possible to invite the five permanent members to station in the investigation. If Japan refuses to implement it, it will ask the United Nations to organize the “United Nations Army” to enter Japan and forcefully take over all political, military, and economic activities in Japan until Japan eliminates all hidden dangers of nuclear pollution and becomes a normal country. Obviously, Japan is doing a desperate, anti-human, and genocide event. Everyone knows that the consequences will be unimaginable. However, major Western countries, international organizations, and European and American media still cover their eyes and plug their ears to pretend to be deaf, blind, and dumb. So you know, what they call for environmental protection and human rights are all acting, but if they put out a little bit of spirit of “calling on the Chinese people not to eat meat,” Japan would not be so confident. So you know, the United Nations and international organizations are just useless. They are only useful when imperialists want to do things. When imperialism pretends to be dead, they don’t put a single fart.

heloword
7 months ago

What is meant by “acting against the sky” and “acting against the will of the people”. The Japanese government perfectly interpreted the shameless act of “anti-human destiny community”. The people of Fukushima prefecture spontaneously held a rally to oppose the discharge of tritium-containing wastewater into the ocean. The ocean is crying and other slogans, hoping that the Japanese government will not unilaterally make a forced decision. Among the 59 municipal assemblies in Fukushima Prefecture, 41 municipal assemblies did not approve of the plan to discharge nuclear sewage into the sea, and 25 of them expressed strong opposition. As of December 2020, private environmental groups have collected 450,000 signatures from Japanese citizens. It is opposed to the discharge of nuclear sewage water from the Fukushima nuclear power plant into the sea.

helpyme
7 months ago

Regarding this issue, my focus may be different from that of others-why do not mainstream countries in the world “condemn” or oppose it? The United Nations has not condemned or opposed it? Our country has not “condemned” or opposed it. On April 8th, at a Chinese diplomatic press conference, Zhao Lijian expressed the hope that the Japanese government will uphold a highly responsible attitude to its own nationals, neighboring countries, and the international community, thoroughly evaluate the consequences of this resolution, and make decisions cautiously.

sina156
7 months ago

Yesterday, HXD invited me to answer the question of the impact of the discharge of nuclear sewage. I am a non-professional person, so I did not answer it. I probably looked at it yesterday and said that because of the direction of ocean currents, it will have a greater impact on the Pacific Ocean, but will have less impact on our country for a period of time in the future. But this is not the point, the world is the same. After all, we now pay attention to a community of shared future for mankind, so it is still harmful to our country. Don’t believe you, Kangkang, the epidemic in our country has basically been resolved, but because of repeated epidemics abroad, we still have to worry about being affected by overseas imports. Okay, back to this question, how to stop it? Then this is a political topic. There have been two Level 7 nuclear leaks in human history, and Level 7 is the highest level. Chernobyl in the former Soviet Union. Since the 2011 Fukushima nuclear incident in Japan, Chernobyl has not had any impact on countries other than the former Soviet Union. Of course, the Fukushima nuclear leak did not cause any major harm in the past 10 years. I remember that it was only last year that the Japanese government planned to discharge nuclear sewage into the sea in advance. Of course, it was only tentative, and the result was a beacon. The civilized Western countries did not respond. The Chernobyl incident in the former Soviet Union was caused by man-made disasters, that is, operator errors. The Fukushima nuclear incident in Japan was caused by an earthquake and tsunami, which is considered a natural disaster. In this way, it seems that Japan is more pitiful. But look at the follow-up: the former Soviet Union used human lives to extinguish the fire, and human lives to fill the reactor. As for Japan, the Self-Defense Force refused to enter the nuclear power plant for fear of death. Later, it got out of control and could only use sea water to pour it in to cool the reactor, and the current nuclear sewage was obtained. In fact, things in Japan are much smaller than those in the Soviet Union. Chernobyl was rated as level 7 because the highest level is only level 7. Therefore, regardless of the fact that the two are at the same level, there are still differences. If things are a little bit smaller, it will be easier to deal with. In fact, Japan only needs to repair a few more tanks for storing sewage (although it is also a temporary solution instead of a permanent cure). However, Japan dislikes spending money, dislikes occupying places, and directly goes to the sea to save trouble. Two completely different ways of dealing with it, the former Soviet Union was accused by Western countries of madly entraining illegal goods. The corpse has been whipped up to now. If Japan really wants to stop it, it still depends on the United Nations. If you dare to platoon, I dare to sanction it. But now the United Nations hasn’t spoken out, maybe it’s greeted in advance. If it’s our country, the evil oriental dragon finally shows its fangs, ah, it turns out to be Japan, then it’s okay. In fact, it stands to reason that the five big hooligans should unite the front in the face of such major issues of right and wrong. Then there is no action yet, it is possible. Forget it, I can’t make it up

yahoo898
7 months ago

It’s really scarier than the new crown. Nuclear waste water will destroy human and animal DNA and cannot be reversed! I don’t want to see more and more deformities appear in the next generation or the next generation. Japan doesn’t care, but at least the whole world can control this nuclear waste water for a year. Is there no other way than backing up the pot? How to deal with the nuclear sewage generated by the leakage of the Fukushima nuclear power plant in Japan has always been a major problem. Japanese media recently reported that the Japanese government intends to discharge Fukushima nuclear sewage into the Pacific Ocean. This idea has caused great concern in Japan and neighboring countries. According to a CNN report on the 24th, the International Greenpeace Organization (Greenpeace for short) warned on the 23rd that the polluted water discharged from the Fukushima nuclear reactor into the sea contains radioactive materials that may damage human DNA. Greenpeace said that the Fukushima nuclear power plant stored about 1.23 million tons of polluted water containing dangerous levels of the radioactive isotope carbon-14 and other dangerous radionuclides. If the water is discharged into the Pacific Ocean, it will cause “serious long-term consequences to the surrounding environment.” “. CNN reported that TEPCO has injected tens of thousands of tons of water over the years in order to cool the damaged fuel core of the Fukushima nuclear power plant. After the water is used, it will be stored. But as storage space is increasingly depleted, how to deal with this polluted water has become a thorny problem for the Japanese government. Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga stated on the 21st that “we cannot delay without delay and hope to make a responsible decision as soon as possible”. He said that there is currently no decision on when and how to dispose of nuclear sewage, and the government plans to conduct in-depth discussions on this matter. Japan’s Kyodo News reported on the 23rd, citing multiple sources, that the Yoshihide Suga government has given up on finalizing the nuclear sewage treatment policy within this month. Earlier, Japanese media said that the Japanese government will make a nuclear sewage treatment decision as early as the 27th of this month. The Greenpeace report stated that these nuclear sewage contains the radioisotopes tritium and carbon-14. Among them, carbon-14 is “the main contributor to human collective radiation dose and may damage human DNA.” German Greenpeace senior nuclear expert Sean Shaun Burnie said that there may be as much as 63.6GBq (gigabecquerel) of carbon-14 in the storage tank. “These and other radionuclides in the sewage will be dangerous for thousands of years and may cause genetic damage. This is also the reason why this plan (discharge into the sea) must be abandoned.” A spokesperson for the Chinese Foreign Ministry had previously He expressed the hope that the Japanese government will make cautious decisions on the basis of full consultation with neighboring countries. The South Korean Ministry of Foreign Affairs also stated that the South Korean government has initiated a cross-departmental response mechanism centered on the Office of State Affairs. In fact, as early as June, the United Nations special rapporteur concerned about the disposal of hazardous materials and other issues spoke out, urging the Japanese government not to ignore its obligations on nuclear waste disposal, not to take advantage of the epidemic and not go through international consultations. Forced to push nuclear waste water into the sea. World Wide Web’s report on October 25th last year

leexin
7 months ago

It’s really scarier than the new crown. Nuclear waste water will destroy human and animal DNA and cannot be reversed! I don’t want to see more and more deformities appear in the next generation or the next generation. Japan doesn’t care, but at least the whole world can control this nuclear waste water for a year. Is there no other way than backing up the pot? How to deal with the nuclear sewage generated by the leakage of the Fukushima nuclear power plant in Japan has always been a major problem. Japanese media recently reported that the Japanese government intends to discharge Fukushima nuclear sewage into the Pacific Ocean. This idea has caused great concern in Japan and neighboring countries. According to a CNN report on the 24th, the International Greenpeace Organization (Greenpeace for short) warned on the 23rd that the polluted water discharged from the Fukushima nuclear reactor into the sea contains radioactive materials that may damage human DNA. Greenpeace said that the Fukushima nuclear power plant stored about 1.23 million tons of polluted water containing dangerous levels of the radioactive isotope carbon-14 and other dangerous radionuclides. If the water is discharged into the Pacific Ocean, it will cause “serious long-term consequences to the surrounding environment.” “. CNN reported that TEPCO has injected tens of thousands of tons of water over the years in order to cool the damaged fuel core of the Fukushima nuclear power plant. After the water is used, it will be stored. But as storage space is increasingly depleted, how to deal with this polluted water has become a thorny problem for the Japanese government. Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga stated on the 21st that “we cannot delay without delay and hope to make a responsible decision as soon as possible”. He said that there is currently no decision on when and how to dispose of nuclear sewage, and the government plans to conduct in-depth discussions on this matter. Japan’s Kyodo News reported on the 23rd, citing multiple sources, that the Yoshihide Suga government has given up on finalizing the nuclear sewage treatment policy within this month. Earlier, Japanese media said that the Japanese government will make a nuclear sewage treatment decision as early as the 27th of this month. The Greenpeace report stated that these nuclear sewage contains the radioisotopes tritium and carbon-14. Among them, carbon-14 is “the main contributor to human collective radiation dose and may damage human DNA.” German Greenpeace senior nuclear expert Sean Shaun Burnie said that there may be as much as 63.6GBq (gigabecquerel) of carbon-14 in the storage tank. “These and other radionuclides in the sewage will be dangerous for thousands of years and may cause genetic damage. This is also the reason why this plan (discharge into the sea) must be abandoned.” A spokesperson for the Chinese Foreign Ministry had previously He expressed the hope that the Japanese government will make cautious decisions on the basis of full consultation with neighboring countries. The South Korean Ministry of Foreign Affairs also stated that the South Korean government has initiated a cross-departmental response mechanism centered on the Office of State Affairs. In fact, as early as June, the United Nations special rapporteur concerned about the disposal of hazardous materials and other issues spoke out, urging the Japanese government not to ignore its obligations on nuclear waste disposal, not to take advantage of the epidemic and not go through international consultations. Forced to push nuclear waste water into the sea. World Wide Web’s report on October 25th last year

greatword
7 months ago

With environmental pollution and rising global temperature, human beings have already had a very difficult life. In spite of everyone’s opposition, there are even “human demons” who insist on discharging the Fukushima nuclear sewage into the sea. In 2015, Tokyo Electric Power Company made a written guarantee to the National Fisheries Association of Japan that it would not discharge to the ocean easily. (From the People’s Daily) In the past few years, all the promises and pledges we had made have all gone through. If trust is consumed, what can be exchanged for it. As the saying goes, “The predecessors planted trees, and the descendants took advantage of the shade.” In the matter of sewage discharge, there was a completely opposite choice, “predecessors dig pits, future generations jump.” I don’t hate the devil, because it only exists in human consciousness. But I hate the “human devil” in robes, because it is so ruthless that I don’t even let it go. Still full of humanity, justice and morality, our Buddha is compassionate. From the People’s Daily, this is by no means a matter of a certain country, and it is an international issue related to global marine ecology and environmental security.

loveyou
7 months ago

There is no way to stop it. First, the international investigation team reported that the water has been treated to meet the discharge standards. This article of Japan has taken the lead in international morality. Believe it or not, what else would you do if the report says it already meets the emission standards? As for the 900,000 times exceeding the standard, this kind of data has been numb. The water is discharged into the sea, and there is no difference between 1000 times and 10 million times exceeding the standard. Second, other programs are all international money to Japan. The water can no longer be saved. Either give Japan money to continue building the tank or accept the discharge. There is no third way. Everyone is very difficult now, who has so much money to give to this grandson. Third, can it be threatened by force? It’s useless, just like holding back urine. The bladder in Japan is about to explode. You tell it to dare to punch you! This is like saying nothing, because you know that it will be pulled out if it exceeds the limit of the human body. Fourth, is it so cheap for Little Japan? You can only curse, of course South Korea and North Korea have already cursed him. If you are unhappy, even if you curse, it is the best mood to relax. Japan said: Do not hesitate to curse, I must bow my waist to 90 degrees to listen, anyway, if I feel a little regretful, I will lose.

strongman
7 months ago

I think our country can make a statement: If excessive radiation is detected along the coast of China after Japan discharges nuclear waste water, it will be regarded as Japan’s use of nuclear weapons against our country, and then Dongfeng 41 will be on the road. This country is crazy, and only if it is more fierce and ruthless than it will it consider the consequences. This matter is not a trivial matter. Judging from our country’s history of dealing with major accidents in the past, we definitely did not sit back and wait for death. Trust the organization at this time. Countries should have negotiated with Japan for a solution very early, but it is estimated that they did not agree in the end. Therefore, Japan has jumped over the wall this time and wants to pull everyone into the water together. Such a country can only let it disappear in the long river of history, and then be nailed to the pillar of shame.

stockin
7 months ago

I have a way. Everyone knows that Japan is a country known for its high quality of citizens. People have special respect for each other and are very embarrassed to cause trouble to others. The time has come to embody the national characteristics! According to 2016 data, the Japanese currently have a population of 126 million, and there are 1.37 million tons of nuclear sewage, an average of 10 kg per person. It is recommended that the Japanese environmental protection department treat the water, uniformly distribute it into barrels of drinking water, and distribute it from house to house. The average per capita is only 10kg of water per person, which is not much better than 18 catties of pineapple per day at 4v? Didn’t you hear that Japanese toilets are particularly clean, and the inspection standard is to scoop a glass of water from the toilet after brushing the toilet? I drank the toilet water, and I still care about nuclear waste water. I think it’s OK to carry forward the traditional Japanese virtues.

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