Fukushima radioactive leakage is more harmful and destructive than the way the government is trying to portray it!

According to Natural News, Fukushima is declared in a state of emergency because of the huge amount of contaminated radioactive water. Nearly more than 300 tons of radioactive water has seeped into the ocean and this has been happening for the last 2 and a half years since the leakage started. The government tried to downplay it in the beginning, but with each passing day it is getting more difficult to hide the issue.
“I believe it’s been leaking into the ocean from the start of the crisis two-and-a-half years ago,” disclosed a 12-year TEPCO veteran named Suzuki-san. “There are still reactor buildings we haven’t gotten into yet,” said another worker, named Fujimoto-san. “So there’s always the possibility of another explosion…”
In fact, the Tokyo Electric Power Co. has said that the ground water that they collected from the newly built observation well by the Pacific Ocean showed a high range of radioactive tritium. This water was collected near the Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant.
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In spite of repeated denials by the Japanese government, the fact remains that the radioactive leakage is more harmful and destructive than it has been portrayed by the government. But the recent videos and reported evidence has exposed the horrific face of the incident. The radioactive release may soon reach Canada and the United States and the harmful effects may last for several months. Although recent reports from the government have tried to downplay the incident, the truth remains that the government is now faced with the duty of evacuating thousands of people from the area.
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