In a move that would make even Orwell cringe is horror as a bizarre group of chicken necks at the WTO (World Trade Organization) says nuclear waste in food is not a reason to avoid eating it, No I’m not making it up.
In a move that would make even Orwell cringe is horror as a bizarre group of chicken necks at the WTO ( World Trade Organization ) says nuclear waste in food is not a reason to avoid eating it , no i,m not making it up .
In other words Korea doesn,t even exist in real life and is incapable of protecting its people from poison food from Fukushima nuclear meltdowns . We now have to ban all South Korea foods is our only option world wide to survive the mass murdering machine . I,m going to miss South Korean foods and people and they where such good friends to the Japanese its hard to imagine why Japan hates south Korea kids and people so much
they would be so cruel and inhuman as to make South Koreans eat deadly food from a nuclear meltdown .
How humiliating that South Koreans can not say no to deadly contaminated food because of a organization called WHO hahahaha .
Its official now that 2018 was the year we lost the planet to the hideous idiot machine umm I mean nuclear industry . There is real evil in the world and WTO is jockeying for all the top spots , I guess Chernobyl will go after South Korea next oh that right there is no farms around Chernobyl at least South Korea does not have to worry about them approaching WTO next . . The World trade organization just ordered south Korea to eat food from Fukushiuma prefecture or surrounding prefectures is guaranteed to get deadly sick in the near future .
The World Trade Organization (WTO) is not allowed to poison the citizens of a country therefore the murderous decision has no validity and South Korea has every right to assassinate the fake members of the WTO and the people who put them there and the people who created the WTO .
Japan wins WTO dispute over Fukushima-related food
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