CONSUMERIST – RADIATION LEVELS ABOVE SAFE LIMITS IN 11 JAPANESE PRODUCE?

‘Meanwhile, will Malaysia see a dumping of contaminated food and vehicles in the near future?

Will Malaysia be bold and brave to now say – No to Nuclear Energy here or will the perverse greed and culture of another billion ringgit construction project, its costs over-runs, the manipulation of the lobbyists, construction predators, industry parasites, and alleged kickbacks to politicians and cronies and ultimately when tragedy strikes the billions spent to mitigate be again our culture of governance?

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CONSUMERIST – RADIATION LEVELS ABOVE SAFETY LIMIT IN 11 JAPANESE PRODUCE?

It is confirmed that the more than 11 vegetable produce are ‘extremely above the permitted radiation levels’ warn health authorities in Japan!

At the same time Agricultural production and exports by Japan, including premium “wagyu” beef and rice, may also have been threatened by radioactive contamination as the nation struggles to stem pollution from the damaged Fukushima nuclear plant.

Interestingly, the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare has asked each prefectural governor to start testing agricultural and marine products along with drinking water for possible contamination in order to keep tainted food including grains, milk, vegetables, meat and eggs from the market, said Kumiko Tanaka at the ministry’s policy planning and communication division.

The action highlights the severity of the radiation leak from the Fukushima Dai-Ichi power station; about 220 kilometers (140 miles) north of Tokyo, after Japan’s biggest earthquake on record and tsunami hit the area on March 11. Workers resumed dousing the damaged reactor structures with seawater from fire trucks today, as they try to stem radioactive pollution from the worst nuclear accident since Chernobyl.

What I cannot understand is why is the entire operation still being managed by a utility company instead of the International Atomic Energy Commission?

Meanwhile, will Malaysia see a dumping of contaminated food and vehicles in the near future?

Will Malaysia be bold and brave to now say – No to Nuclear Energy here or will the perverse greed and culture of another billion ringgit construction project, its costs over-runs, the manipulation of the lobbyists, construction predators, industry parasites, and alleged kickbacks to politicians and cronies and ultimately when tragedy strikes the billions spent to mitigate be again our culture of governance?

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