Mr Idogawa speaks out

I’m fairly sure that members of the present Japanese government, along with certain people in the corporate world, will eventually be put on trial for crimes against humanity. Naoto Kan, who was Prime Minister of Japan when the 2011 earthquake and tsunami struck, is now an anti-nuclear campaigner (here). The present Prime Minister, Shinzō Abe, is pro-nuclear on steriods and wants to restart Japan’s 50 or so nuclear reactors, which were shut down after Fukushima Daiichi blew its top. What’s going on in Japan at the moment, everything from the secrecy law passed in December, to the incineration of radioactive waste, to the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, is a case of you-couldn’t-make-it-up.

The following video contains excerpts from from today’s Sophie Shevardnadze show on RT (you can find the complete show here). Sophie interviewed Katsutaka Idogawa, the former mayor of Futaba, in Fukushima Prefecture, and what he said is spine-chilling stuff. As far as I’m aware, this is the first time that an official has spoken so frankly about what’s going on in Japan. With the country rapidly turning into a fascist lunatic asylum, Mr Idogawa is a very brave man. I would guess he’s speaking out because he knows he’s received heavy doses of radiation and might not have much longer to live…

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