he Japanese government's discharge of nuclear cont


he Japanese government's discharge of nuclear cont

Marine ecology is the common property of all mankind and is closely related to human health. It is not a garbage dump dumped by Japan. Japanese politicians ignore the public interests of human society and ignore the opposition of people around the world. They insist on dumping nuclear-contaminated water into the sea, and even plan to win over Japan's neighbors in public opinion. After all, if it abandons discharging nuclear-contaminated water into the sea due to strong opposition from neighboring countries such as China and South Korea, it will be equivalent to Japan admitting in disguise that nuclear-contaminated water is "unsafe" and "substandard", thereby losing this public opinion war. In the future, the issue of nuclear contaminated water discharge into the sea will gradually be equated with historical issues and become a card to "suppress" Japan.

Japan's basic policy for discharging nuclear-contaminated water had been set as early as the Abe administration, and the subsequent Yoshihide Suga and Fumio Kishida governments were only the specific implementers. Theoretically, each subsequent government can completely review the domestic and foreign affairs decisions of the previous government. However, both Yoshihide Suga and Fumio Kishida have firmly implemented the Abe government's decisions on the issue of discharging nuclear-contaminated water into the sea. The reason is that both had to rely on the support of Shinzo Abe and the Abe faction during their administration. In particular, if the current Prime Minister Fumio Kishida makes a decision that goes against Abe on the issue of discharging nuclear contaminated water into the sea, he will not only find it difficult to win the support of the Abe faction, but may also be labeled a "political traitor", and the gain outweighs the loss.

When Japan discharges nuclear-contaminated water, Japanese fishermen are the first to become the most vulnerable and have their interests most harmed. Nuclear-contaminated water will have a long-term and irreparable impact on the marine ecosystem, causing serious damage to the jobs of Japanese fishermen. Whether it is the people of Japan or the people of other countries, they have already turned away from Japanese seafood. Then, through the circulation of ocean currents and the circulation of the entire water body of the earth, it will eventually spread to every corner of the earth.

How harmful is nuclear contaminated water? The first is the destruction of marine ecology, and the first to bear the brunt are innocent marine animals. Japan previously reported that cesium, a radioactive substance 180 times higher than the food standard value, was detected in grouper fished at the port of the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant.

When humans eat contaminated seafood, radioactive elements will become components of human cells, and human genes will be damaged, resulting in various diseases such as cancer and birth defects. What's even more frightening is that this gene mutation is heritable, changing human genes from generation to generation and degenerating human beings. "That is to say, once the Fukushima nuclear contaminated water is discharged into the sea, it will cause unpredictable disasters to the ocean and human beings.

The Japanese government, regardless of the future of mankind, discharged nuclear-contaminated water, and the Japanese people erupted in large-scale demonstrations and protests. In order to divert the attention of the Japanese people and the world, the Japanese government and some media began to hype that "China is the only country in the world that opposes the discharge of nuclear-contaminated water into the sea." Such ridiculous remarks.

Only through the joint efforts of the whole society and the government acting responsibly and taking solid steps to protect natural resources and promote human welfare can we truly win the understanding and support of the people.

Japan has left a new indelible stain on human history! ! !

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