Japan Govt Prepares to Flee Tokyo

Tokyo, the capital of Japan, is 137 miles south of Fukushima Prefecture, wherein lies the damaged Daiichi nuclear plant.
Mark Willacy of the Australia’s ABCNews reports on August 9, 2011:

Japan is considering the possibility of creating a back-up capital city in case a major natural disaster, like the March 11 earthquake, strikes Tokyo.

A new panel from Japan’s Ministry of Land and Infrastructure will consider the possibility of moving some of Tokyo’s capital functions to another big city, like Osaka.

Japan is located on the junction of four tectonic plates and experiences one-fifth of the world’s strongest earthquakes and geologists have warned Tokyo is particularly vulnerable to powerful earthquakes.

It is feared if a massive earthquake like the March magnitude 9.0 quake struck Tokyo, it could destroy the country’s political and economic base.

So how many of you believe this cover story?
Or maybe, just maybe, the Japanese government knows something it’s not telling, about the radiation leaking from the damaged reactors of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant? Afterall, didn’t the government admit — three months after the earthquake-tsunami that damaged the reactors — that the damage was worse than first said?
H/t beloved fellow Joseph.

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8 years ago

godzilla rises up from the wreckage of the fukushima nuclear power plant and takes control of the japanese government

8 years ago
Reply to  igor

If it only were Godzilla! He was mortal and could be killed. Radiation poisoning is measured in ten thousands of years, unrelenting, 24/7/365. Nor does it distinguish between the good, bad, guilty or otherwise. This is why the use of Depleted Uranium [DU] is such a horrific crime against humanity, and why it should never have been allowed. Israel and the USA are the largest users of DU tipped weapons; this means that our own personnel are poisoned when they enter areas where these were used [think Iraq, Fallujah, Gaza, etc.]. I titled my article as I did because as… Read more »