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"Fukushima, Never Again" On The 2nd Anniversary of The Fukushima Nuke Meltdowns
This 59 minute documentary tells the hidden story of the nuclear explosions that took place in Fukushima Japan and the cover-up by TEPCO and Japanese government
"Fukushima, Never Again"
"Fukushima Never Again"tells the story of the Fukushima nuclear plant meltdowns in north east Japan in March of 2011 and exposes the cover-up by Tepco and the Japanese government.
This is the first film that interviews the Mothers Of Fukushima, nuclear power experts and trade unionists who are fighting for justice and the protection of the children and the people
of Japan and the world. The residents and citizens were forced to buy their own geiger counters and radiation dosimeters in order to test their communities to find out if they were in danger.
The government said contaminated soil in children's school grounds was safe and then
when the people found out it was contaminated and removed the top soil, the government and TEPCO refused to remove it from the school grounds.
It also relays how the nuclear energy program for "peaceful atoms" was brought to Japan under the auspices of the US military occupation and also the criminal cover-up of the safety dangers of the plant by TEPCO and GE management which built the plant in Fukushima. It also interviews Kei Sugaoka, the GE nulcear plant inspector from the bay area who exposed cover-ups in the safety at the Fukushima plant and was retaliated against by GE. This documentary allows the voices of the people and workers to speak out about the reality of the disaster and what this means not only for the people of Japan but the people of the world as the US government and nuclear industry continue to push for more new plants and government subsidies. This film breaks the information blockade story line of the corporate media in Japan, the US and around the world
that Fukushima is over.
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Thousands of Japanese nuclear workers have been contaminated and sickened by the meltdown.
The Japanese government, TEPCO and the US government are telling the Japanese people that they can "overcome" radiation and the Fukushima can be "decontaminated" and people can move back to within 4 miles of the plant.