Original text from blog of Emiko Numauchi (Numayu) in Minamisoma City 11.06.2012
The other day i went to the City hall for some affair. Inside the government office building it was written everywhere "Go for it! Minamisoma".
What efforts can we make to erase the radiation?
In Hamadori, which is situated in a maritime zone in Fukushima Prefecture, the orders to "take shelter" and "The emergency evacuation preparation zone" were canceled in the end.
And in the Odakaku district, located to the farthest south of Minamisoma City, the "Keep out" was canceled. And the inhabitants of Ookuma district and Futaba area will be issued 6 000 000 yen per family and it is said that the area will become a "repatriation difficult zone". But in Namie City, the districts which are intended to be "repatriation difficult zone" are divided.
And more, Namie City became a place where the living conditions became unacceptable for human beings. The City is inside the 10 km zone from the nuclear power plant.
But then, "Issue of 6,000,000 yen by a family" is too odd amount, isn't it?
My "home" is a traditional one and is a quake-resistant home.
Including the price of the land it was 40,000,000 yen. Of course nothing is broken.
And yet, what is this cruelty on Futaba City and Ôkuma City and Namie City?
With only with 6,000,000 yen, are we supposed to build a house?
It's only worth it to buy the land…
Or government may want to say it's to lent a place to live for the future?
Until when are we supposed to live with such a small amount of money?
It is said that inside Futaba City, there was with no infrastructures and the community wireless system was working but without knowing the situation (without credibility) and it was a total grope. Finally manipulated by the myth of safety… How can they just say without hesitation: "Go for it "?
Courtesy : Emiko Numauchi