Tokyo vice-governor suggests Fukushima conscription

Mr. Inose the vice-governor of Tokyo suggested conscription system on Twitter.





At the end of the NHK TV program Hakunetsu class, we talked about the justice of landsknecht and conscription. We can’t think about it as reality because Japan is not supposed to have a war, but as a matter of fact, Fukushima is in the war state, currently sub-contract workers are there like landsknecht. However, Fukushima is a national problem. We all Japanese must face it and try to settle down.








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5 Responses to “Tokyo vice-governor suggests Fukushima conscription”

  1. [...] 18, 2012 tweet from Tokyo Vice Governor Naoki Inose translated by Fukushima Diary At the end of the NHK TV program Hakunetsu class, we talked about the justice of landsknecht [...]

  2. Anonymous says:

    Inose-san’s comment is offensive. He seems to feel that the government owns the very lives of the Japanese people. How very arrogant.

    If TEPCO and the government want help cleaning up the mess that they created, TEPCO should be bankrupted. Its assets can be used to pay the people who voluntarily apply for clean up jobs. If this is not enough, the government should pay the rest of the cost.

    As for Inose-san, he and the governor should both be replaced in the next election by Green Party candidates.

    Finally, before the government asks the people to give of themselves to help solve this crisis – either in time or in tax money – the government should pledge to not restart any of the idled nuclear reactors and to start decommissioning them immediately. It is an insult to ask for the public’s help with this mess (that they made) when they are not taking every step to ensure prevention of a repeat disaster at one of the other 50+ nuclear plant sites scattered around Japan.

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  4. [...] Some people again, say most of the countries have military and some of them conscript young men. It’s not something to surprise. However, this is not correct. They “amend” the constitution to build military because they have to do that. They don’t take pains for fashion to look like other countries. It is presumed that Japan is going to have numbers of lawsuits for health problems. Also, rapid aging and evacuation are killing its tax income and economic growth. To cloud the issues, it is very effective to draw people’s attention to external and imaginary threats. Also, rearmament would require conscription , which is useful to keep the stable supply of nuclear workers. In other country, you are not always taken to the battle field even if you are conscripted. However,Japanese conscription promises you to be exposed to radiation. Today, they also had an election for Tokyo governor and Inose won. On 3/19/2012, Fukushima Diary reported his comment about the nuclear accident. [Link] [...]

  5. [...] Le 19 mars 2012, le Fukushima Diary avait rapporté sa vision sur l’accident nucléaire [] : « Objectivement, Fukushima est en état de guerre, les ouvriers sous-traitants [...]

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