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Posted in: Official Tokyo Marathon T-shirts get recalled for English spelling mistake See in context

That funish is on purpose.

Probably the same guy who did the Tokyo Olympigs 2020.

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Posted in: IAEA chief to inspect wrecked Fukushima plant in mid-March See in context

read that again. please.

I'm referring to the extend of the damage.

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Posted in: IAEA chief to inspect wrecked Fukushima plant in mid-March See in context

Excellent!

They will discover the extent of the ongoing leaks and unfortunate incidents that TEPCO has been experiencing all this time. Negligent errors such as leaving the radioactive waste faucet open need to be addressed and managed effectively.

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Posted in: Most Japan fishing groups hit by China import ban over Fukushima row See in context

Seems to me that China is not much different from Japan.

Every point of the previous comment applies to Japan perfectly.

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Posted in: Japan's industry minister reprimands TEPCO president over radioactive water leak at Fukushima plant See in context

No TEPCO members have been criminally charged or tried for the Fukushima disaster. While there have been investigations and lawsuits, no individual has been held criminally responsible.

We must demand a trial.

Just one would be enough to force all the truth into the open.

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Posted in: Honda reports profit rise; Nissan's profit sinks See in context

Nissan needs a Carlos Ghosn to survive.

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Posted in: Wrecked Fukushima nuclear plant leaked radioactive water, TEPCO says See in context

The execs at TEPCO responsible resigned and faced trial, and TEPCO has to pay for the decommissioning and compensation. That is accountability.

Executives at TEPCO did not face criminal trials for the Fukushima disaster.

Some resigned due to public pressure, while others cited accountability or a desire to facilitate change within the company.

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Posted in: Wrecked Fukushima nuclear plant leaked radioactive water, TEPCO says See in context

Remember when Dai-3 melted down and had a massive explosion on live TV?

TEPCO told us it was just water.

Then, when the radiation peaked in Tokyo, TEPCO didn't inform us until over three months later.

And the radiation numbers? They were low because TEPCO was measuring them two meters above ground.

Haven't you learned already not to trust TEPCO?

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Posted in: Wrecked Fukushima nuclear plant leaked radioactive water, TEPCO says See in context

I'd really appreciate it if the IAEA could conduct an on-site investigation instead of relying on hearsay.

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Posted in: Classified Japanese diplomatic info leaked after Chinese cyberattacks in 2020 See in context

That's the advantage of the fax and hanko.

Unhackable.

A fax is very easy to hack.

Pin two needles on the phone line, in the street.

Connect it to your router in promiscuous mode.

You'll get an unencrypted PS file that you can open with any PDF reader.

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Posted in: IAEA reaffirms Japan's treated water release in line with standards See in context

This statement is patently false.

That statement is totally true.

South Korea: The South Korean government has repeatedly expressed its opposition to the wastewater release, citing concerns about the potential impact on its fishing industry and public health. In response to the release, South Korea has banned the import of seafood from Fukushima Prefecture and is considering expanding the ban to cover all of Japan.

China: In August 2023, China widened an existing ban on seafood from Fukushima Prefecture to cover the whole of Japan. The Chinese government has also accused Japan of violating "international moral and legal obligations" by releasing the wastewater into the ocean.

Taiwan: Taiwan has expressed concerns about the Fukushima wastewater release. In April 2023, Taiwan's Fisheries Agency issued a statement urging Japan to reconsider its decision to release the wastewater into the ocean.

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Posted in: IAEA reaffirms Japan's treated water release in line with standards See in context

isabelleToday 02:12 pm JST

None of the links you provided support your claim.

The last article made me question your point, but upon further reading, I was saddened to discover that the IAEA were merely observing, not collecting any samples.

The complete history of IAEA actions can be found conveniently on the IAEA website. It is the original source:

https://www.iaea.org/newscenter/focus/fukushima/status-update

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Posted in: IAEA reaffirms Japan's treated water release in line with standards See in context

The IAEA does conduct independent analyses

No. It doesn't.

Can't find any independent analysis report from 6 September 2013 to Present.

src: https://www.iaea.org/newscenter/focus/fukushima/status-update

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Posted in: IAEA reaffirms Japan's treated water release in line with standards See in context

The IAEA is not conducting independent analyses on the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster.

It primarily relies on data and assessments provided by TEPCO

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Posted in: LDP reforms unlikely to restore skeptical public's faith in politics See in context

the fact that high-profile lawmakers admitted to benefiting from the slush funds, none have yet faced criminal charges.

LDP members are untouchable and unbeatable.

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Posted in: Indonesian man dies while in police custody in Tochigi Prefecture See in context

810 deaths in custody in Japanese police detention centers in 2021, 391 deaths in custody in 2019, 358 deaths in 2018, and 327 deaths in 2017

The Japanese government stopped releasing numbers in 2021.

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Posted in: Kishida vows to reshape LDP by moving away from faction system See in context

Those nefarious accountants are tarnishing the reputation of politicians.

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Posted in: TEPCO to start 4th release of treated Fukushima water in late February See in context

Again, it's on their website.

No, its not.

Can't find any independent report from 6 September 2013 to Present.

src: https://www.iaea.org/newscenter/focus/fukushima/status-update

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Posted in: TEPCO to start 4th release of treated Fukushima water in late February See in context

The IAEA is not conducting independent analyses on the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster.

It primarily relies on data and assessments provided by TEPCO.

This lack of active involvement deviates from the agency's initial promise of providing independent oversight.

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Posted in: TEPCO to start 4th release of treated Fukushima water in late February See in context

Any progress on the dismantling of the 5 crippled nuclear plants?

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Posted in: Lawyer who led defense of ongoing 1966 murder case dies at 82 See in context

The Japan Lawyers Association ensures that no lawyer wins cases or advocates for human rights for their defendants.

Nishijima was one of the few who stood up for true justice against all odds of succeeding.

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Posted in: Navy officer who was jailed in Japan over deadly crash released from U.S. custody, family says See in context

The Japanese prosecutor assigned to this case had a prior acquaintance with the victims.

The doctors who supported Arkonis' innocence were dismissed, and scientific evidence was overlooked.

Arkonis should take necessary legal action to protect his rights and clear his name.

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Posted in: Meet Japan's female marines who are training for war See in context

Don't think that the JSDF is safe for girls.

The last sexual abuse scandal left the impoverished girl with an unreasonably low compensation and no accountability for the perpetrators.

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Posted in: Meet Japan's female marines who are training for war See in context

If you're female stay away from the Japanese self- defence forces.

They are famous for abusing female soldiers.

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Posted in: Fire destroys JAL plane after collision with coast guard aircraft at Haneda; 5 dead See in context

Initial observations point to human error as there is no reason for two aircraft to be on the same runway at the same time.

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Posted in: Detainee dies after being found unconscious in cell in Saitama Prefecture See in context

810 deaths in custody in Japanese police detention centers in 2021, 391 deaths in custody in 2019, 358 deaths in 2018, and 327 deaths in 2017

The Japanese government stopped releasing numbers in 2021.

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Posted in: LDP faction suspected of misusing funds for polls for years See in context

According to a January 2023 poll by the Asahi Shimbun, Kishida's approval rating was 17%

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Posted in: Japanese ruling party lawmakers questioned over fundraising scandal See in context

Yet another suspended sentence on the making.

To steal public money has no consequences.

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Posted in: Navy officer jailed in Japan over deadly car crash transferred to U.S. custody See in context

The prosecutor assigned to the case was family of the victim.

The medical reports were all ignored.

That trial was not fair even on North Korea standards.

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Posted in: Ex-SDF member says high-profile sex assault case fight was not a waste See in context

2 years of legal proceedings just to let the criminals get away.

The j-justice is a big j-joke.

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