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Logistics challenges hinder volunteering in quake-hit Ishikawa

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These logistic problems should be easy to predict, and this is not a recent disaster anymore, something should have been done already to facilitate the help.

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cause isn't only logistics difficulties.

Pro-government group who want to obscure missteps of government that response to disaster were slow and insufficient had continued to criticize or insult volunteers or opposition party leader or independent journalists who went to Noto peninsula.

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I'll load my truck with bottled water and be there in 10 hours. Just tell me where to go and allow space for my tent.

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A tent city for volunteers supplied with donations from the big konbini companies, flown in by the SDF should have been a priority.

Judging by the photos and the determination to exercise control over every aspect of the recovery 'to prevent confusion', with volunteers commuting in, it'll be about a decade before they finish.

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It seems quite a waste of a perfectly good car if all that needs is a new windshield and hood…but hay “TIJ”

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Over management is a trait in this country…

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Justin F. KayceFeb. 11  09:46 pm JST

I'll load my truck with bottled water and be there in 10 hours. Just tell me where to go and allow space for my tent.

Noto peninsula is on google maps, not hard to find, time to stop typing and start driving.

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What are the number of JSDF personnel and assets in the area? Come on already.

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Justin F. KayceFeb. 11  09:46 pm JST

I'll load my truck with bottled water and be there in 10 hours. Just tell me where to go and allow space for my tent.

You on the road yet?

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