Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Schools in Fukushima Town Reopen

This is NOT protecting Fukushima children. It is sacrificing them to the forces of death, destruction and turmoil:

Schools in Fukushima town reopen after 1 1/2 years

[Excerpted] HIRONO, Fukushima -- Public elementary and junior high schools here reopened Aug. 27, a year and a half after the March 11, 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake and tsunami triggered a crisis at the Fukushima No. 1 Nuclear Power Plant and the town fell under the government-designated emergency evacuation preparation zone.

The town held a joint reopening ceremony at Hirono Elementary School in a bid to encourage former town residents to come home nearly one year after the town's evacuation zone designation was lifted. Attending the ceremony were kindergartners and students and their parents.
But the number of students is now only around 20 percent of pre-disaster enrollment levels due to prolonged life at evacuation centers and lingering fears of radiation...

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