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Fukushima face-lift hides mess inside

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By Mari Yamaguchi

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Well well well if it isn’t the old if we don’t show it no one will notice it move!!

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What was the point of this article......

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Interesting. A glowing "correct" article and a title that tells you that it is all b.s.

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Thanks for the nice little tidbits. Go Mari!

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Geez feel sorry for the person landing a job in that Convenience Store.

Wonder how the Job Advert was written ?

Wanted: Convenience Store Clerk. 1050 yen per hour. Sea view Location:

Employer: TEPCO (Nuclear power subsidiary), Location: Fukushima

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Feb. 12, 2016 there were 1,106 highly radioactive cooling water tanks, with no control, this figure should around 1500 by now. the fluffy propaganda story sights 900.

they are idiots to wear protective clothing. or...fake news

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Yep. Massive cover up. Those people are the walking dead.. Followed by the rest of us as the years go on.

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As we all know that in a few more years Fukushima will be a haven of shiny new buildings and a great place to bring up kids, because well, those hundreds of tons of melted radioactive fuel just can't be located and what can't be seen , can't be a problem right?

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there were 1,106 highly radioactive cooling water tanks

Most of the tanks contain extremely low radioactive water.

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People live in Nagasaki and Hiroshima and those cities are not a problem to raise children. Radiation kills as we all know but nature will reclaim the land and the hard work will make it possible much quicker.

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A stylish new office building was the first thing that came into view during a tour for foreign media last month. Another building has a cafeteria and a convenience store.

Well, that makes everything alright, then.

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