167 of 1,200 evacuees from Futaba machi to Saitama have already died in shelter

According to Japanese comedian Tomiyama, 167 of 1,200 people died in the disaster shelter in Saitama already.
They evacuated from Futabamachi Fukushima. They use Kisai Saitama prefectural high school for their shelter, but the shelter started charging 1,100 yen for 3 meals since last September.
(cf, The last disaster shelter in Saitama started charging on disaster victims [URL])

The detailed causes of death are not cleared.
The death rate seems significantly high.






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167 des 1 200 évacués de Futaba machi à Saitama sont déjà morts dans les refuges

Selon le comédien japonais Tomiyama, 167 des 1 200 personnes sont déjà mortes dans le refuge de la catastrophe de Saitama.
Ils étaient évacués de Futabamachi de Fukushima. Le refuge est établi dans l’école Kisai de la préfecture de Saitama mais il a commencé à facturer 1 100 yens les 3 repas en septembre dernier.
(cf. Le dernier refuge de la catastrophe a commencé à facturer les victimes [Lien])

Le détail des causes des décès ne sont pas rassemblées.
La fréquence des décès semble particulièrement élevée.


  1. This is set by ‘engineers’ to be repeated at Tsuruga nuclear plant :

    ” … The NRA expert panel was tasked with assessing the seismic activity of fault lines beneath the premises of the Tsuruga nuclear plant .

    On Jan. 28, it endorsed a draft report saying that one of the faults, which runs directly beneath one reactor building, was likely active and could affect the safety of the complex in the event of an earthquake … ” .


    But wait , it’s a double whamy !
    Not only it seats on an active fault but look at where the ‘engineers’ built the nuclear plant ( photo ) , at the bottom of a bowl with an edge against the ocean shore and sorounded by hills , so when a tsunami comes in will accumulate and pile up over the plant perfectly constrained by those tall hills .

    ‘Cough’ , of course , by now after the screw-up at Fukushima , we know that the plant should have been built on top of those hills :


    This , obviously , did not help :


  2. what have they died of and why?

    Are these the very elderly who a little bit of stress kills?

    Are these the younger people?

    did they die of infections, cancer?

  3. Today Australian ABC news reports that Government money for tsunami victims is being sent to the Japanese Whaling Industry in corruption inside the Japanese Government, and that Japanese people are disgusted.

    I am saddened and disgusted that the victims in this shelter have not been rehoused in a safe location, that they have not received good food and help from the Japanese government and their local governments, and that their health has suffered, and the death rate is high.
    This is APPALLING?
    Please publicise this information so that the International media visit this location and interview the local people so that the Japanese Government is shamed internationally into HELPING them.

    What is wrong with your Government that they leave people to suffer like this?
    Very, very terrible situation. Our hearts go out to the victims and their families in their loss.

  4. If we convert the death rate to per 100,000, it is 13,916 per 100,000. Swaziland has the highest death rate in the world in 2009. It was 3,083 per 100,000. But the Futaba machi case is 451% greater than Swaziland. Now a size of 1,200 is more than sufficient sample size for Futaba machi if that is not the population size of th Futaba. So either Japan is no full of long-lived people or something is not right. I do not think 167 persons can fake their deaths.

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