Cover-up of missing, presumed dead, Fukuhsima nuclear plant workers

Fukushima deaths covered up while here in Cumbria the industry blames “population mixing” for “excess” leukemias. If the industry has its way there will be :
A. population mixing with the influx of thousands of temporary workers and B. accumulating routine and accidental emissions from Moorside ….
Take your pick!!

Antinuclear

4,000 Missing TEPCO Nuclear Plant Workers – Presumed To Be Dead, Fukushima Radiation Caused Death Toll Is Rising Fast  http://agreenroad.blogspot.com.au/2013/10/200-or-more-missing-tepco-nuclear-plant.html

PRO NUCLEAR PROMOTERS AND THEIR MASS MEDIA SHILLS KEEP ON REPEATING THE PR PROPAGANDA THAT NO ONE DIED DUE TO FUKUSHIMA AND NOTHING BAD HAPPENED

The standard and official declaration one hears constantly from the mass media and the pro nuclear apologists, is that no one died due to Fukushima radiation, and no one will ever die from it. But how much reality is there to this statement, as opposed to a fairy tale wish? 

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2 thoughts on “Cover-up of missing, presumed dead, Fukuhsima nuclear plant workers

  1. A rumour has emerged on the internet that dead workers are in the plastic radioactive waste bags. Perhaps they were thrown out to sea? Both sound possible given that the clean-up is reported as run by the Japanese mafia (Yakuza) and they were running out of homeless years ago. How many temp workers were lured in from places like China and Vietnam? How many kidnapped? Perhaps they were sent home to die? Wasn’t Bouygues fined for illegal workers at Flamanville? I know they found illegal workers there. And, some people died on that construction site.

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