[Column] Some people spread disinformation that I was dead or arrested, so this is the video

On Fukushima Diary, some people were spreading disinformation that I was killed or arrested with no basis and demanded for a video to upload.

It is ridiculous to take time to prove that I’m myself now that less and less people pay attention to Fukushima, which is more important.

Also if I upload a video, I’d have to do that again every time they threaten me to spread the disinformation.

Probably what triggered the paranoia was the renewal of this site, but it doesn’t justify anything.

Also, I was on Ustream last Sunday. (http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/52104827)

I couldn’t accept the fact that Fukushima Diary is so deteriorated that it even attracts those who consume Fukushima for their excitement and attention for themselves.

I had many reasons not to do this. (and I caught a cold since last week)

As I wrote in my last column (Visa research, Japanese family and citizen emigrating to Europe and a reader got Dr by Fukushima Diary [URL] ), now a Japanese reader is in Romania. They incorporated and we are applying for visa. Today we are looking for apartments to live and work in, and also going to a bank for administrative things. I won’t be back home until tonight, so morning was the only time to post an article.

But when I compared writing a single article and making this video to let you know what is going on around me, video might be a bit more important, I thought.

One comment of the disinformation spreader “Should we plan funeral for Iori ?” was the last straw.

I’ve wasted 2 hours on this. This is it. No more.

I tried to install a Bitcoin button on the sidebar. Because I don’t have bitcoin, I can’t test it to see if it works. I would be very glad if you use it for a test.

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Zhupanovsky erupts, sends ash plume up to 11.6 km a.s.l. - Kamchatka

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