Life In The Decontaminated Death Zones of Fukushima Japan: Up Close And Personal Radiation Evacuee Story

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Important information on the ongoing disaster of Fukushima… and apologies the first two of the videos in this reblog from agrdailynews are showing as unavailable. However keep reading because there are more videos and plenty to read.

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AGR Daily 60 Second News Bites

Part I above

Part II, click on link below, then start at 14:55 into it;
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M3z0rC5Ua_w&

This report was broadcasted on October, 18 and 24 by the german TV-station WDR. WDR is a part of the public channel ARD.

INTERVIEWING RESIDENTS IN RADIATION DECONTAMINATED AREAS; WHAT IS LIFE LIKE THERE? 

Their Japan-correspondent went to Minamisoma for a week and talked to people there about their lives after the Fukushima catastrophe. He spoke with residents and children living in Fukushima province area ‘decontaminated’ homes, schools and communities. As you will see, life in a ‘decontaminated’ area is not what you might think or believe. Decontamination is not simply wiping up dust and everything is back to normal. Life is much, much different from ‘normal’ even in a supposedly decontaminated and safe area.

GOVERNMENT FORCING PEOPLE TO MOVE BACK INTO FUKUSHIMA AREA

Fukushima News 4/1/14: Evacuation Order Lifted For Fukushima province …

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2 thoughts on “Life In The Decontaminated Death Zones of Fukushima Japan: Up Close And Personal Radiation Evacuee Story”

  1. Thank you very much for sharing that very interesting story, shows what can be accomplished thinking simply, sustainably and self sufficiently and that lady is an inspiration to her fellow country men/women

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