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Nuclear contaminated water: Japanese government paid bribes and corrected the IAEA report, according to the report from Korean media: Mindlenews on June 28.
“Josatei” pseudonym informant: “The Ministry of Foreign Affairs officials’ transcripts are true.”
The report was extensively modified according to the intentions of the Japanese government, received in advance.
A demand for additional amendments stating “no discovery of tritium” was made.
After the exposure of the documents, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs took measures to destroy evidence and conducted internal surveillance.
Concerns arose about the visit of the bribed IAEA officials, causing delays in the release of the report.
The Exploration YouTube screen capture
It has been reported that the content of the ‘Memo A’, an executive of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs,’ which states that the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) was paid a bribe of more than 1 million euros to obtain the final report’s conclusion that the contaminated water is ‘absolutely safe’ is true.
The informant specifically exemplified the fact that the Japanese government significantly revised the contents of the IAEA final report obtained in advance. It was even revealed that they were cracking down on not having interviews with the public.
<Dandelion> and <The Tamsa> reports are “all true”
On the 26th, citizen media <Dandelion> reported on the 22nd that the Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Japanese media (press) recently denied <Dandelion> as ‘fake news’ from a person using the pseudonym ‘Jorseti’, who is presumed to be an insider of the Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Content (“IAEA, Conclusion of ‘Absolute Safety of Nuclear Contaminated Water’ after receiving money from the Japanese Government?”) and the content of Japanese Foreign Ministry Executive A’s memo, which was broadcast on the 21st by <The Exploration>, “The numerous details mentioned are what I know (facts). It coincides with” was delivered through <The Tamsa>.
In the report he wrote in English, “political donations of more than 1 million euros between Mizuno (IAEA Safety Standards Working Group member) and Freeman (IAEA officer), (detection of contaminated water in storage tanks) strontium 90 exceeded the standard ( 30,000 times), all of the information contained in the exposed document is true.” (The original text and translation of the reported document are posted below)
Japan Foreign Ministry Executive Officer A Memo 1
Foreign Ministry deletes chat with IAEA, bans interviews without permission
The informant said that the Ministry of Foreign Affairs held several emergency meetings to prevent this revelation from escalating, and that the Ministry of Foreign Affairs demanded that “all officials (employees) not respond to media interviews without permission” and that “the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the IAEA exchanged We are deleting all personal chat records.”
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ crackdown on interviews with the media is based on the revelation article reported on the 8th (“Fukushima contaminated water has already been judged to be harmless” during the Korean inspection team’s visit to Japan?) and the article reported on the 22nd (“IAEA Japanese Government”).
Conclusions on the absolute safety of nuclear-contaminated water for money?’) were all reported on leaks of interviews with high-ranking officials related to the treatment of nuclear-contaminated water, and this emerged as a very sensitive issue that could cause great controversy in Japan. It seems that it is because
It also revealed the fact that a high-ranking official from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said, “Japan cannot simultaneously handle the crime of giving bribes to the IAEA and the International Olympic Committee (IOC).” The IOC bribery charge mentioned by a high-ranking foreign ministry official is a matter under investigation for the president of the Japan Olympic Committee (JOC) paying a large amount of bribes to members of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) to bid for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
He seems to have said this to mean that he would not be able to handle the bribery of the IOC, but if the bribery of the IAEA also broke out, he would not be able to handle it.
The informant also said that IAEA Secretary General Grossi, who was mentioned as another person who took bribes from the Japanese government in the ‘Foreign Ministry Executive A Memo’, was scheduled to visit Japan at the end of this month to present the final report of the IAEA, but for some reason, the schedule was not scheduled. It was also revealed that the Japanese Foreign Ministry insists that his visit should not be delayed for any reason.
Received the IAEA final report in advance and revised it significantly
The informant also said that the Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs received the IAEA’s final report scheduled to be released at the end of this month in advance through illegal operations before June 15, and “made a huge revision” and said, “In a word, the Japanese government makes the decision.”
The amendments requested by the Japanese government include, for example, changing “contaminated water” to “treated water,” removing the word “radiation” from “radiation exposure of ALPS-treated water,” and “organically The informant specifically exemplified that he would add that “Bound Tritum. Organic bonded tritium) was not found.”
He said that if it were made public that the Japanese government had secretly received the IAEA final report before June 15, it would be “irrefutable evidence that clearly shows the relationship between the Japanese government and the IAEA.” (IAEA COMPREHENSIVE REPORT ON ALPS TREATED WATER AT FUKUSHIMA DAI-ICHI NUCLEAR POWER STATION) and even presented a composition framework with six chapters. (See the original translation below for details.)
Inside the Ministry of Foreign Affairs?
The informant said that the reason he learned of the existence of the IAEA final report was that the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan bribed the IAEA from the beginning, obtained information related to the report in advance, prepared the report as the Japanese government thought, and said that the IAEA was safe from dumping nuclear-contaminated water at sea.
By suggesting that it was because he watched the process of making him support, it is possible that he is a person inside the Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
He said that he chose the path of ‘truth and light’ to inform the world of this fact for the first time in order to act according to his conscience and make moral decisions. did.
The full text of the report is translated and published below.
Foreign Ministry Executive Officer A Memo 2
Original text of report in English
Dear Reporter Kang and the show of the Citizenpress:
I saw your show about the IAEA and I was moved even if I don’t understand Korean. I could feel your courage and efforts to seek the truth and reveal the darkness.
Since the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Janpan and the Japanese media denied this matter these days, I want to say that the information disclosed from the document is true. Many details mentioned are consistent with what I know.
Such as the secret negotiation between Mizuno and Freeman, the political contribution over one million, the strontium-90 is far beyond the standard and etc. Your program scared the MOFA, that’s why they had such a strong reaction. Besides, I can offer more information as your reference:
1. MOFA held several emergency meetings to prevent the situation from bubbling up. It requires all the officials not to accept any media interviews without permission.
2. To protect MOFA and IAEA from involving in bribery scandals, MOFA is deleting all the private chat records with the IAEA. “Japan cannot afford the guity of bribering the IAEA and IOC at the same time” those were the very words of a senior official of MOFA.
3. IAEA Director General Grossi’s arrangement to visit Japan at the end of June has not been adjusted yet, and the MOFA requires that ” Grossi’s visit to Japan cannot be postponed by the state of affairs”.
4. Mizuno, Freeman and Grossi had many secret communications beyond the panel. The members of the IAEA expert group were not aware of the details mentioned in the document, and it was too difficult to express their real thoughts.
5. By illegal operation, MOFA has received the final version of the IAEA report in advance, which is originally planned to be published at the end of this month. They made a huge modification. In a word, the government of Japan make the decision.
I’m probing further into things, I will keep you informed if there are updates. When the Japanese side emphasize it must be “false information”, I wish I could show you the truth. Finally, I would like to highlight the final report.
The MOFA secretly received the report from IAEA before June 15th. If this matter is made public, it will be an irrefutable proof to show the relation between the government of Japan and the IAEA.
The report is entitled “IAEA COMPREHENSIVE REPORT ON ALPSTREATED WATER AT FUKUSHIMA DAI-ICHI NUCLEAR POWER STATION” which consists of six chapters, including: Executive Summary; Introduction and Background; Assessment of Adherence to the Fundamental Safety Principles; Assessment of Adherence to the Safety Requirements; Monitoring, Analysis, and Corroboration; Annexes/Appendixes.
When dealing with the report, the Japanese government requires a large number of modifications, such as changing “contaminated water” to “treated water”; Remove the word “radiation” from “radiation exposure of ALPS treated water”; Add “OBT has never been observed in 83 fish monitoring samples” and so on.
By bribering the IAEA, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan obtained the information of the report from the very beginning, which make them deeply participate in the formulation of the report, customize the report according to the ideas of the government, and persuade the IAEA to endorse the discharge of nuclear wastewater, that’s why I know the exist of this report. Your investigation and report give me the courage to tell the truth.
At this moment, I choose the truth and the light, to act in conscience and make moral decisions. You may be the first media throughout the world to know these things. Please don’t stop your step to search the truth. I have unlimited expectations for you, cheer up!
Translated from “일본정부가 뇌물주고 IAEA보고서 고친 것 맞다”: https://www.mindlenews.com/news/articleView.html?idxno=3803
Nuclear contaminated water: Japanese government paid bribes and corrected the IAEA report
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