Irradiated Beef Shows Japanese Government Incompetence
It seems the biggest ruckus about Fukushima is the contaminated hay that has been fed to cattle all around Japan.
Turmoil caused by the recent detection of cesium contamination of beef shipped from Fukushima Prefecture, home to the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant, is spreading to hurt producers of high-quality beef in other parts of the country. With cattle shipments and bidding suspended or canceled due to people's fears over the contaminated beef, livestock farms and related firms worry they may be forced out of business. Since radioactive cesium above the government-designated limit was detected in beef cattle from Fukushima at a Tokyo slaughterhouse on July 8, it has been discovered that cattle possibly fed with contaminated straw have been transported across the country, except for Okinawa Prefecture.
I don't really have much to say about this excepting that this is once again proof of incompetent Japanese government.
Many might claim that this is proof that the situation at Fukushima is out of control and the government must do something about it... In fact, I gather that's what the vast majority of people think.
Well, I would like to point out something that seems missing from the conversation and ask dear reader a question:
Folks, think about this: That these animals were fed tainted hay is not proof of a situation growing out of control at all. This is only proof of government incompetence. This hay was harvested and feed to animals as feed. This is a past event. Not a current or future one. That this hay wasn't destroyed is proof that the government is unable to act and think proactively and, in any case, it is, undoubtedly, proof and another example of government incompetence.
Now, here's my question: Everyone knows how this event happened and the chain of events that lead to it. Consider that along with the government being unable to anticipate obvious problems, then how in the world would anyone in their right mind want that same government to nationalize TEPCO and take over the crippled nuclear power plants?
Now, that would be madness and would most definitely precede many future problems. It astounds me that so many people express opinions of such a nature
Don't people seem to realize the huge contradiction in their own thinking?
"Whenever you find that you are on the side of the majority, it is time to reform." - Mark Twain