The Nuclear Workforce – they use the foreign workers to dive into the water…
The Japanese nuclear industry is controlled by the Yakuza and the ex-Japanese Army group. The salary difference between the employees working for the company directory under TEPCO and the ones from the company under few more companies are about 93%. Basically, the work request goes through several companies and the companies get some margin for asking another company. TEPCO seems to put the censorship on the employees that if they speak about the business to the media, they will get fired.
Who is checking the used nuke fuel pool or the reactor filled with water in the nuclear plant in Japan? That’s the foreign workers. They use the foreign workers to dive into the water to check the area required for fixing. These workers are treated with bear after the work for taking out the radioactive contamination from their bodies. If they cannot speak Japanese, they have no idea what kind of job they are asked to do. These workers might be the prisoners as the rumor says.
Reported by Mr. Hiroyuki Watanabe, a member of Japanese Communist Party, living in Iwaki city, Fukushima Report in Japanese
“End of the day, factory whistle cries, Men walk through these gates with death in their eyes” – Bruce Springsteen, Factory (1)
“Bring us the living dead. People no one will miss.” – Fukushima official’s request to Yakuza (2)
“TEPCO’s involvement with anti-social forces and their inability to filter them out of the work-place is a national security issue … Nuclear energy shouldn’t be in the hands of the yakuza. They’re gamblers and an intelligent person doesn’t want them to have atomic dice to play with.” – Japanese Senator (3)
The technological issue of nuclear energy is intertwined with the exploitation of human labor in a hierarchy of interests, and how human labor is expended is an economic and moral issue. The Grand Scientific Project from the time of Francis Bacon up to the Manhattan Project of Oppenheimer and Fermi has been a dangerous gamble for humanity even though the advertised purpose is that progress is good. ( more… )