Tsunami flotsam may be recycled as roadway material [*Photo Gallery*]
Concrete from a 65-foot-long dock pushed into the Pacific Ocean by a powerful tsunami in Japan and driven by currents some 4,000 miles to a remote North Olympic Peninsula beach may end up under the tires of American drivers.
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#1 Mar 24, 2013
Japanese Government Is Busy Making Money in Disasters
One of the conspicuous conspiracies of the Japanese imperial clan is to make money through disasters.
The Japanese government immediately expelled tsunami victims from the disaster-stricken area.
But the government invariably failed to allow the victims to go home and reconstruct the community.
Meanwhile in the areas which are designated for the development sites for the victim, economy is booming.
In some areas, land prices have risen about 60 per cent since the tsunami disaster.
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