Japan may push citizens into Radioactive zone

Sources: Greenpeace,  RT.com, UK Mirror

High radiation risks in Fukushima village as government prepares to lift evacuation order – Greenpeace | Greenpeace International

re-reported by RT.com as Japanese govt pushing Fukushima evacuees back to high radiation areas – Greenpeace Published time: 21 Feb, 2017 18:25


Fukushima survivors are being urged to return to the nuclear disaster site by the Japanese government despite radiation levels similar to Chernobyl, say Greenpeace.

Officials are planning to slash housing support for 6,000 people from the village of Iitate on March 31, when the evacuation order is due to be lifted just six years on from the reactor meltdown, reports rt.com.
The risk to health is on a par with the exclusion zone around the former Soviet reactor Chernobyl in what is now Ukraine – more than 30 years after it spewed plumes of killer fission, say Greenpeace Japan.

 

Greenpeace has some superb idealists, but not renown for conservative reporting- Can any Commentor  add any  corroborating or dissenting news reports? 

 

 

 

One thought on “Japan may push citizens into Radioactive zone”

  1. The claim of evacuation order being lifted can be confirmed or denied regardless of the source. Their failure to cite emission levels in their empty comparison to Chernobyl does suggest journalistic malpractice – oh if that were a crime!