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An earthquake shakes Japan’s Fukushima region

An earthquake of 7.1 degrees on the Ritcher scale shook eastern Japan that Saturday (02/13/2021) and was strongly felt in Tokyo, without the Japanese authorities activating the tsunami warning for the moment.

Expansion continues


Highest seismic activity before an earthquake occurs, are zero. The radioactivity contained in the pools of water that accumulate is a minor problem within this frame. We also remember that Japan’s nuclear program is a consequence of the unconditional surrender imposed by the U.S. after the Second War, to have control in the fissile material zone and lay its largest base on the island of Okinawa.
It was not an accident.
It’s not an earthquake fault.
It was the deliberate action of a conquest strategy, which made Japan a time bomb for all humanity.

February 13, 2021 - Posted by | incidents, Japan

1 Comment »

  1. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 2021
    Powerful Category 7.3 Earthquake Rocks Fukushima
    Nearly one million people without power. We’ll never know the truth of the setback for the decommissioning of the three melted down reactors.

    Edwin Lyman
    · 2h
    Reports indicate that spent fuel pools at #fukushima Daiichi have spilled some radioactive water as a result of shaking from the earthquake.

    Powerful Japan quake sets off landslide, minor injuries via @fox5vegas

    Very bad. Probably the number one fuel pool at Fukushima cracked and lost all water. If it catches fire it is the equivalent of 5 thousand nuclear bombs detonated.

    Comment by Chara wright | February 14, 2021 | Reply

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