Unreported, and oceanically difficult to hide:
The Fukushima cover-up has been a stupefying outrage, as Public Health violation and nuttin-to-see-here planetcide.
From the sky.
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The money provided food to roughly 9,000 families in Toa Baja, an impoverished town of 80,000 people near Puerto Rico’s capital, San Juan…
Each family on Saturday received 59 pounds of food, not including rations of water too. The box of food included rice, pasta, tuna, beans, beef and milk. Food Bank officials say it’s enough to feed a family of four for a week."