My Japanese daughter 30 years, was born and lives in the city of Iwaki, Fukushima Prefecture, 60 km from the Fukushima Daiichi plant
Therefore I have been following tightly the events of Fukushima.
I am the main administrator of Fukushima 311 Watchdogs with a FB
It is true that the hoaxes and exaggerations of all kinds do not serve the cause of the victims in Fukushima.
However it is clear that your article has a minimalist effect that bothers me :
1 . You cite no 3 CORIUMS out of control
2 . You do not mention the volume of contaminated water released into the Pacific for almost 3 years
3 . You support the "dilution" of the contamination in the Pacific to be safe , though it is not oil , radionuclides are "dispersed" and do not lose their lethal capacity in their dispersion , unlike in dilution.
4 . You do no talk about all those people still living in highly contaminated areas that the government did not evacuate .
5 . You do no mention that the Japanese government wants to bring back the majority of evacuees to
The overall effect of the content of your article , despite its good title is minimalist and disturbing.
On the other hand your lack of public visibility vis-à -vis of Fukushima raises many questions.
Where is the spirit of Greenpeace 70s gone ?
Greenpeace article: http://www.greenpeace.org/international/en/news/Blogs/nuclear-reaction/yes-things-are-very-bad-at-fukushima-but-its-/blog/47984/