As you may already know, the Government of Japan has decided to allow its whaling fleet to go and do some more ” research” on FERAL whales. If you didn’t know, that is how the Government of Japan’s Ministry of Environment describes animals that it would like to slaughter. In this case, the Government of Japan has decided that they would conduct more “scientific” research on FERAL whales. This means slaughter or kill by the Government of Japan’s Minister of Environment, GOSHI HOSONO.
The word FERAL is how they describe animals that aren’t protected under the Japanese Animal Welfare Act. The very same Animal Welfare Act that the Government of Japan chose to ignore when they allowed all those pet dogs and cats to starve to death because they lied to the pet owners about how long they would be evacuated and forced the owners to leave their pets. This is the same Animal Welfare Act that they chose to ignore when they starved and deprived of water thousands of pigs, chickens, and cattle.
The Government of Japan’s Ministry of Environment’s Minister, Goshi HOSONO, has now dubbed the animals that remain in the Fukushima Exclusion Zone as ” FERAL”. This means that they are no longer protected under the Animal Welfare Act and can be killed. These animals have been described as ” rubbish” and as “having no value” by those associated with the Government of Japan.
The Minister of Environment is also the person responsible for managing the disposal of the waste and debris from the earthquake, tsunami, and nuclear disaster.
Goshi Hosono has shown that he has again made another blunder by not addressing the issue of floating debris.
I am taking pity on GOSHI HOSONO and will tell him what he can do to clean up the floating debris that he has yet to address. I have read his clean up plans and there is no mention of the floating debris in the plan.
HEY, GOSHI HOSONO, MINISTER OF ENVIRONMENT, man responsible for handling the debris for the NATION of JAPAN.
WHY DON”T YOU USE THAT WHALING FLEET and SCOOP UP THIS TRASH ( if they can scoop up FERAL WHALES they can scoop up debris) AND TAKE IT BACK TO JAPAN and have it PROCESSED like all the other trash that your plans outline?
It would seem that the whaling fleet would be doing the world a favor by doing this. I bet GOSHI HOSONO, Minister of Environment, was hoping that nobody would notice all that trash floating in the ocean. Well, we have and this issue needs to be addressed by GOSHI HOSONO, MINISTER of TRASH PICKUP.
Up to 20 million tons of debris from Japan’s tsunami moving toward Hawaii
By Laura Rozen | The Envoy – 22 hrs ago
Some 5 to 20 million tons of debris–furniture, fishing boats, refrigerators–sucked into the Pacific Ocean in the wake of Japan’s March 11 earthquake and tsunami are moving rapidly across the Pacific. Researchers from the University of Hawaii tracking the wreckage estimate it could approach the U.S. West Coast in the next three years, the UK Daily Mail reports. “We have a rough estimate of 5 to 20 million tons of debris coming from Japan,” University of Hawaii researcher Jan Hafner told Hawaii’s ABC affiliate KITV. Crew members from the Russian training ship the STS Pallada “spotted the debris 2,000 miles from Japan,” last month after passing the Midway islands, the Mail wrote. “They saw some pieces of furniture, some appliances, anything that can float, and they picked up a fishing boat,” said Hafner. The boat was 20-feet long, and was painted with the word “Fukushima.” ”That’s actually our first confirmed report of tsunami debris,” Hafner told KITV.
The 9.0 magnitude earthquake and tsunami that hit northeastern Japan on March 11 has left some 20,000 people dead or missing.