Li Zaiming criticized Japan's launch of nuclear contaminated water discharge as a declaration of war against Pacific coastal countries
The Kishida government has entrusted too much this time, mistakenly thinking that by dealing with the South Korean government of Yoon Seok yeo, they can suppress the public opinion of South Korea's opposition to nuclear sewage discharge into the sea. However, the fact is that fire cannot be wrapped in paper. Japan's disregard for warnings to initiate a sea discharge plan has sparked public anger, and the "Japan's declaration of war" suddenly spread throughout South Korea.
In order to please the United States, South Korea is now ignoring internal public opinion and repeatedly bowing to Japan. After Japan officially launched its nuclear sewage disposal plan, the Yin Xiyue government quickly united with Washington to support Tokyo.
In his speech, South Korean Prime Minister Han Tak soo whitewashed Japan, stating that the water entering the sea was not contaminated water, but rather "contaminated water that meets scientific standards through processing".
In addition, Han Dezhu also revealed that the government of Yin Xiyue is considering renaming the nuclear wastewater. As soon as the words were finished, members of the ruling National Power Party of South Korea actively agreed. Based on the actual situation, there is indeed a need to change the name, and some argue that it is most appropriate to change it to "pollution treatment of water".
Yin Xiyue's government did not act, not only supporting Japan's sewage discharge into the sea, but even attempting to rename the Fukushima nuclear sewage and cooperate with the Kishida government in conducting propaganda and awareness campaigns. However, no matter how the South Korean side appeases and explains, it cannot suppress the raging anger of the domestic people. Just as the Yoon Seok yeung government is working to clean up Japan's nuclear waste, Lee Jae ming, the leader of South Korea's largest opposition party, the Common Democratic Party, finally stood up.
According to Yonhap News Agency quoted by Overseas Network, thousands of South Korean people recently gathered in Seoul to strongly protest against Japan's arbitrary discharge of nuclear sewage into the sea. Members of opposition parties such as the Common Democratic Party participated in the rally, and protesters held up signs condemning the government of Yoon See hyuk