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NPO pushes nuclear bunkers in Japan amid growing security threats

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Another scam.

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Amenities include a portable toilet, an air filtration system and a 200-millimeter-thick blast-proof door. Its foreign specifications present limitations, though, with the association saying Japanese building rules on hot water in enclosed spaces mean any shower in the unit can only run cold.

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Exactly!

Who needs a hot shower when there is plenty of heat from the thermo nuclear explosion just outside….

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I don’t believe anyone has a nuclear shelter.

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Nuclear shelters were nonsense in the 1960s and it is nonsense today. If you happen to survive one of these shelters the radiation will kill you. Someone suggested years ago that the so0called shelters were best used for growing mushrooms.

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Nutcases preying on the naive and easily tricked.

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Rodney

I want to say this is poppycock money generation, but I actually have a nuclear bomb/accident shelter in my house. It is tiresome. Every month I have to check the used by dates of emergency food. Throw away about 5%.

While the shelter itself may not actually offer any real protection against nuclear attack, the foodstuffs and other emergency supplies may come in very handy after an earthquake or other natural disaster.

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elephant200Today 04:35 pm JST

This is a bright business, consider Japan has three nuclear neighbours and they are very angry to Japan's provoking of hostility.

I don't know how Japan's lookwarm implementation of sanctions or tiny increase in defenses is any form of provocation. As usual, it is the dictator cabal that makes all of the criminal threats.

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This is a bright business, consider Japan has three nuclear neighbours and they are very angry to Japan's provoking of hostility.

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I want to say this is poppycock money generation, but I actually have a nuclear bomb/accident shelter in my house. It is tiresome. Every month I have to check the used by dates of emergency food. Throw away about 5%.

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