28 Apr '11, 8pm

The Moral Depravity of the Japanese Government - #seashepherd

The Moral Depravity of the Japanese Government Commentary by Captain Paul Watson In Japan, 71-year-old Eisako Sato was Governor of Fukushima Prefecture from 1988 until 2006. Today he is considered an “Enemy of the State.” He became an “Enemy of the State” in 2006 when he was forced to step down as Governor of Fukushima Prefecture on bribery charges that conveniently followed his condemnation of the safety practices at the Fukushima Power plant. Mr. Sato retaliated by writing a book entitled Anihilating a Governor . The book was ignored by the media and the public…ignored that is until March 11th of this year. It is now topping Japan’s bestseller list in a nation that has come to the shocking realization that their national government is not to be trusted." Unfortunately, it took this tragedy to make it a bestseller," Sato states with a sign of frustration. Despite the book...

Full article: http://www.seashepherd.org/news-and-media/editorial-11042...

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