Japan Covered Up Fukushima In Fear Of International Military Occupation

An investigation into Fukushima nuclear meltdowns governing defects reveals the Prime Minister feared an international takeover of Japan.

A new independent investigation into the Fukushima nuclear meltdowns reveals why government officials conspired to cover up the disaster from the world.

Japan’s prime minister and other top officials believed that if the truth about the disaster was revealed, Japan would be placed under the control of the international community if they were not able to handle the disaster by themselves.

A top official says the Prime minister feared being occupied by Russian and the United States and certainly such a fear is not unfounded.

Clearly, if the public knew the truth about the Fukushima nuclear disaster there would be a complete global economic collapse and massive civil unrest all over the world.

In such a situation, nations like Russia and the United States would certainly use military force to take control of the situation and use their propaganda machines to control the flow of information to ensure the continuity of their own governments.

The The Intel Hub points us to the following enenews article quoting this part of the over 400 page report produced by the investigation.

March 1, 2012

Title: INTERVIEW/ YOICHI FUNABASHI: Fukushima nuclear crisis revealed Japan’s governing defects
Source: Asahi AJW
Author: By ROY K. AKAGAWA/ Staff Writer
Date: Feb 29, 2012

The first report by a private-sector committee investigating the accident at the Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant […] was put together by the Independent Investigation Commission on the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Accident, a committee of the Rebuild Japan Initiative Foundation, led by Yoichi Funabashi, a former editor in chief of The Asahi Shimbun.

In an interview on Feb. 29, Funabashi […] expressed understanding for the sense of fear that former Prime Minister Naoto Kan felt about the possibility Japan would have to come under the control of the United States and Russia if it was unable to handle the accident by itself. […]

Answer by Funabashi

The government put together a worst-case scenario. […]

It is at that time that Kan probably felt the fear of having Japan come under control of the international community. […]

Early on March 15, when Kan went to TEPCO headquarters, he said if nothing was done, eastern Japan would be devastated. If Japan was unable to do anything, it could be occupied by the United States and Russia. “If that should occur, what would happen to Japan?” Kan said at that time.

When one reads such comments now, one probably will think something was wrong with Kan, but I can really understand the fear that he felt. That would mean that Japan was saying to the world that it did not have the ability to handle its own problems.

That would mean the end of Japan because it could not even handle its own nuclear accident even though it had the Self-Defense Forces. I think that is the sense of fear held by Kan at that time.

When I knew that, I felt I had come to the true core of the fear that Kan felt.” […]


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