Just released from the Office of the Prime Minster of Japan and the U. S. NRC--"Ah. Just a minute. Let me check my notes on this. Well, first of all it is against the law for anyone in Japan to say anything the government finds annoying. I mean, we can't have inaccurate information being distributed." NRC--"Ah. Wait a minute. First of all unacceptable levels of radiation are what we say they are and we are not declaring Japan as of yet an uninhabitable zone. No, we won't go that far."
Wait, just in--"We here at the U.S. State Department feel that Japan is a valuable alley. We have been through so much together and in spite of the astonishing way Abe Shinzo, the Prime Minster, is failing to address in any serious manner the worst industrial accident ever to occur in the history of human civilization on earth, well, I have better things to do with my time like extending Iran's deadline for negotiating getting nukes (I mean we are going to let them get nukes. Whose can stop them?) and also I have a crisis in the Mid East--missiles from Iran smuggled to Hama and being fired into Israel every two to three minutes. And then there is that crisis in the Ukraine which is our fault in the first place but I won't tell anyone that. Its a state secret."