Fukushima citizen posted “Tsunami seawall in Fukushima prefecture is only sandbags” – Photo

Fukushima citizen posted “Tsunami seawall in Fukushima prefecture is only sandbags” – Photo

Photo : Fukushima seawall posted by a local citizen

 

Related to this article.. Tepco “No abnormality was reported after M6.8″ / No details are announced yet [URL]

 

On 7/12/2014, a Fukushima citizen posted on Twitter that the Tsunami seawall in Fukushima coastal area is only sandbags.

The person works near Onahama port, where is approx. 54 km from Fukushima nuclear plant.

 

5:02  7/12/2014

“Tsunami warning is announced, but the actual seawall along the coastal area of Fukushima prefecture is just like this.” (Photo above)

 

The black bags also look like the contaminated soil removed for “decontamination”.  (cf, [Photo] A heap of removed soil for decontamination in Minamisoma [URL 2])

 

 

See also.. Fukushima plant tide embankment is still in the temporary state “EXIF of the picture is removed” [URL 3]

 

You read this now because we’ve been surviving until today.

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Un habitant de Fukushima : “Les digues para-tsunami de la préfecture  de Fukushima ne sont que des sacs de sable” – Photo

 

Photo : Un mur anti-tsunami de Fukushima publié par un de ses habitants

Article lié : Tepco : “Aucune anomalie après le M6.8″ / Pas encore de détails

Le 12 juillet 2014, un habitant de Fukushima publie sur Twitter que la digue para-tsunami de la côte de Fukushima ne consistent qu’en des sacs de sable. Cette personne habite près du port d’Onahama qui est à environ 54 km de la centrale nucléaire de Fukushima.

12 juillet 2014 à 5:02
“Il y a une alerte tsunami en cours mais la digue à la mer de la préfecture de Fukushima ne se résume réellement qu’à seulement ça :” (Photo ci-dessus)

Ces sacs noirs ressemblent également à ceux utilisés pour les sols raclés de la “décontamination”. (cf. [Photo] Un entassement de sacs de sol raclé de décontamination à Minamisoma)

Voir aussi : La digue de la centrale de Fukushima est toujours en état provisoire, la partie EXIF de la photo est enlevée

Vous pouvez lire ceci parce que nous avons survécu jusqu’à aujourd’hui.

Categories: Cover-ups, Fukushima Plant

Comments

  1. terry evans
    terry evans 13 July, 2014, 01:17

    ” The black bags also look like the contaminated soil removed for “decontamination”

    lol, DUH

    What better way to get rid of it.
    Tepco knows what their doing

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  2. Bill Duff
    Bill Duff 13 July, 2014, 09:21

    Hot

    Some of the ‘SAND’, (nuclear fallout) will wash to sea. The rest will wash inland. The bags were possibly (certainly) placed there by a TEPCO Yakuza partner. The ‘tsunami-barrier’ is likely (absolutely) a separate Japan ‘Graft’ project. Thus the Yakuza get paid twice at extortion level prices. The exposed workers got sick and paid day-labor discount prices. The Pacific Ocean and surrounding coastal areas will receive yet another massive radioactive nuclear fallout contamination. Nothing new in the Japan Fukushima SNAFU FUBAR, IMHPO.

    You Know … business as usual

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