Nuclear Money (1)
Today, I have very interesting but worrying news!
On July 13, the newly appointed president of Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) admitted in an interview with the TV Asahi’s news program that the company has extra electricity to provide to western Japan so that the shortage of electricity in the area can be alleviated.
(Newly appointed president of TEPCO says that it can provide electricity to the western part of Japan, if necessary)
You can watch the video at the following site. However, you must know that the counter is strangely out of order. The number of viewers never increases!
It seems that the media does not want to show us that a large number of people have watched this video.
(Newly appointed president of TEPCO is considering providing extra electricity to the western part of Japan)
In fact, not only TEPCO itself but also the major media and the government have continuously persuaded the public that they cannot provide enough electricity due to the crippled Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power plants.
As for me, because I knew that all of them are liars, I have never believed that we should suffer from the shortage of electricity.
Several independent organizations have already conducted their own research and speculations regarding the amount of the electricity that can be produced by other sources of energy. In protest against the government’s bogus announcements, they have posted the result that clearly indicates that there won’t be any shortage of power even if all nuclear plants stop operating.
According to their calculations, it was obvious for me that there is no reason that we should suffer any blackouts, either. However, the fact is that the government has ordered small companies to save electricity, and if these companies cannot save enough electricity they were ordered to pay heavy fine.
Therefore, the workers at these companies had to follow the order, if they wanted to survive. What is horrible about this is that they desperately tried to use as little electricity as possible, to the limit that they could barely work. They switched off the cooling systems as well as some lights.
This information came from the site below.
(Despite the fact that TEPCO had proclaimed that there was a shortage of electricity, now they say that they can provide electricity to Kansai Electric Power Company. Why is this so?)
I think that TEPCO’s newly elected president, Mr. Nishizawa Toshio, who has worked at TEPCO since he graduated from university, and has helped the company to cover-up their endless wrong-doings, made an unimaginably big mistake by confessing that there is no shortage of electricity.
As there are so many people such as scholars, governmental and private organizations, and the media, which make huge profits out of nuclear power industries, there is a strong possibility that his statement can greatly influence and damage their profitability or money-making.
For example, do you know how many organizations we have here in Japan, which are related to the nuclear industries? There are at least 31 private but giant corporations according to the list below.
(A list of corporations that work for the nuclear industries in Japan)
Of course, each company has its own subsidiary companies, at least 30 or 40, including the smaller companies that are affiliated with these so-called parent companies.
The money that is produced by all these companies as well as governmental organizations is called “Nuclear Money”, and it is easy to imagine that because of this money, the government and behemoth organizations cannot stop working on nuclear power.