May 20, 2013
Absolutely, hands down the new King of Death for the Fukushima Abandoned Zone. Allowing the deaths of countless Fukushima left behind animals while he made sure that he positioned his Veterinary Association into places of power and influence so that he could secure “radiation research grants” and “radiation research farms” for the very same Fukushima abandoned animals. The mistake was thinking that a man that did Research using animals could actually be placed into a position that was meant to SAVE animals.
May 20, 2013
6,000-7,000 Fukushima dogs and cats died from the tsunami or from being Left Behind when their owners were evacuated and not allowed to take their pets. The report was from the Fukushima Prefecture and revealed by a Japanese Veterinarian for a “seminar”. Interesting how the information never made it to the news agencies. The Japanese Veterinarian was part of “animal rescue operations for small animals” for the Fukushima Left Behind pets.
“According to a report from Fukushima Prefecture, prior to the disaster, approximately 10,000 dogs and cats were living within the so-called “caution zone”. It is estimated that approximately 60 to 70% of these animals died either in the tsunami or else from subsequent starvation, weakness, etc.”
Animal Rescue Operations for Small Animals
Jun KAWAMATA, Veterinarian, Great East Japan Earthquake Disaster Animal Rescue Task Force
The photo is of an elderly dog. The owner had repeatedly requested the dog be rescued. When rescuers finally went to rescue the dog, they found that they were too late.
May 20, 2013
“In July the Fukushima Medical University launched an ambitious survey intended to establish individual radiation exposures by pinpointing people’s exact whereabouts during the crisis, the amount of time they spent outdoors, and everything they ate and drank. The study will provide ongoing thyroid exams for all of Fukushima prefecture’s children, and checkups for pregnant women and evacuees. It is expected to continue for at least 30 years.”
This is really a statement of just how scientists/researchers view LIFE, any kind of life, human or animal. They are all “potential” study subjects. And, again, if areas of Fukushima are ready to have people come back to live; why the study? Especially one that might last 30 years? Let’s just hope that they inform the people that they are “test” subjects for this study because the Government of Japan wants everyone to move back so that they can live next to a highly contaminated radioactive zone. (areas that are red and pink on the map)