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Damage worse than thought in Nagano earthquake

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By KEN MORITSUGU and MARI YAMAGUCHI

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I'm actually kind of amazed we haven't heard any reports of fatalities given all the collapsed buildings around Hakuba. It could be a while before the JR East Oito Line will be reopened, though.

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Thank God there were not worse human injured or deaths.

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@Jay

The same God that watched as 27,000 died in the Tohoku tsunami?

And I'm a Christian.... : )

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I would not be surprised this is related with Japan's impasse in signing the TPP agreement through HAARP extortion.

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Avigator: David Icke's latest speech on this subject sure supports the possibility of your comment.

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I would not be surprised this is related with Japan's impasse in signing the TPP agreement through HAARP extortion.

Or it might be a warning to Hamaoka nuclear plant, which sits on the same major fault line....

Can anyone educate me why the severe intensity 6 was measured in a rather small area only, if it is really natural occurrence?

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avigatorNOV. 24, 2014 - 09:10AM JST I would not be surprised this is related with Japan's impasse in signing the TPP agreement through HAARP extortion.

No. It's due to Japan having thousands of active faults all over the country. You silly sausage.

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Yes, that's right; the U.S. directed their Earthquake machine at Hakuba to put pressure in the Japanese Government to sign the TPP agreement and, and.... O.M.F.G.... there are people who believe this sh...

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