posted on Dec, 17 2012 @ 08:37 PM
This plan has been around for a while. In Japan, feelings of self sacrifice is normal for Japanese culture. It takes a bit of getting used to in order
to live in Japan long term.
Now, this man brings up many good points. The biggest one is that the reason TEPCO cannot handle the Fukushima NPP is that TPECO is a private company
is their main goal is profit. They want to sell energy, not burn though margin by cleaning up such a massive problem as Fukushima NPP. It is simply
the nature of a private for-profit company. So yeah, we need TEPCO worker`s but not TEPCO HQ.
Now, TEPCO has been taken over by the Japanese government. Which pretty much means that government officials have been put into key positions within
the company. This creates several problems in and of itself. TEPCO is still considered a for-profit company and the J-gov does have a plan to return
TEPCO to the private sector. So, tax payers are paying to rebuild a for-profit company; this is not moral but it is happening.
I like this man`s idea much more than the government simply taking over the company for the short term. Fukushima division should be totally removed
from TEPCO and handled as a national project. The problem in doing this is that Fukushima NPP is considered as private property of TEPCO so the
government would have to either `steal` it or buy it.
On the issue of vets working at the plant, it is a good idea. He lays it out very logically using science to explain why elders working at the plant
is better than having younger workers at the plant.