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Radioactive Roads! By Brian Simpson

     You have to hand it to the Japanese, they have true samurai spirit and do not let little things like atomic bombs being dropped on them set them back. A truly great people, who are unfortunately facing all of the problems which we face, although they are holding back the tide on mass immigration by using their ingenuity to go robots. But…
  https://www.naturalnews.com/2018-05-02-japan-to-build-roads-out-of-radioactive-fukushima-dirt.html 

“When nuclear disaster struck at Japan’s Fukushima-Daiichi power plant, it was clear that the environmental impact of such extreme amounts of radiation would be immeasurable. Reports on just how bad the situation at the plant is have continued to reveal a devastating truth: Even in 2017, the amount of radiation being produced by the damaged reactors was lethal. In spite of the obvious risk, Japanese government officials are now looking to make use of the radioactive Fukushima — by using dirt from the site to build new roads. Roughly six years after the meltdown began, the radiation in and around the nuclear reactors was still being described as a “nuclear explosion that doesn’t end.”

Experts have reportedly said that the amount of radiation produced at Fukushima was “unimaginable.” And now the government wants to use materials from the area to build roads? Virtually everything in and around the Fukushima disaster site could probably pose a threat to human health. Reports from 2017 showed that radiation levels at the site could reach as high as 530 sieverts per hour. A level of five sieverts per hour is enough to prove deadly for some in a matter of months; at 10 sieverts, you might survive for a few weeks.”

     I could understand a super-cucked Sweden doing this. And, there was a proposal to build a nuclear waste dump for the whole of the world in the centre of Australia, and forgive me if I am wrong, but one proposal was to leave the first dumped material in open air pits until there was enough money to build a facility, so the nuclear waste could blow all over multiculturalism producing extra diversity. I think some of our guys attacked this. Maybe I did to, but my memory does not serve me well nowadays. Yes, Australians are deracinated enough to do this, or at least have elites that consider these sorts of projects, but I am surprised that Japan has fallen down the same hole. It just goes to show, that when thinking about the human race, that nobody ever underestimated its foolishness.

 

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