Make no mistake, the radiation at FUKUSHIMA, Japan has not gotten better, it has not gone away. What has happened is the ruling party in Japan in an unusual late-night session with protesters chanting outside, Parliament passed a secrecy law on Friday that the prime minister said would strengthen national security but opponents warned would stifle democracy.
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe used his governing coalition’s majority to get the bill approved by Parliament in about four weeks, a blistering speed by the standards of Japan’s consensus-driven political world. This brought howls of protest from opposition parties that Mr. Abe and his Liberal Democratic Party were ramming through a potentially dangerous new law without giving them, or the public, a chance to understand it first.
Now, anyone speaking of FUKUSHIMA and it's effects on the Japanese people, the American west coast, or even the world will face stiff penalties of up to 10 years in prison. This is how the Japanese respond to the world wide NUCLEAR crisis at FUKUSHIMA.
Instead of asking for help from the The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) the Japanese ruling party has sought to silence and scare would-be whistle-blowers, harass journalists, and remove the Japanese public, as well as, the worlds right to know what is REALLY occurring at FUKUSHIMA.