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They are going to close my town

 
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There are only 12 households left. This is a rural mountain village. Most of the peole here are very old. In fact, I'm the youngest left here. Its kind of sad but inevitable. They are consolidating these small communities to bigger places. You can stay if you want but there will be no more electricity, water, road care, etc. People get a little money to move, so I accepted.

Slowly the plants will be reclaim the site. It will be covered in green slowly, an abandoned and forgotten town. Most of the buildings are made poorly and will collapse in a few years. It is a sad and beautiful thing to think about.
 Quoting: Shinto Trainee


Why won't there be electricity or water? Usually you can get electricity from the local utility company for a one time fee and water from neighboring counties.
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05/24/2013 07:28 PM
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There are many such places, this is happening all over Japan.
 Quoting: Shinto Trainee




For what reason, and for how long?
 Quoting: Mister Obvious


The Japanese have the lowest birth rate in the world.

The population is old, this will continue to happen.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 40292304


yep, too many women focused on empty jobs, living the hello kitty dream, and never having a family.

As a broad generalization, japanese women are so immature they make americans look stoic and grounded.
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Now I have something to think about at work.groucho
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Re: They are going to close my town
You anywhere near Fukushima OP?


Maybe downwind or...
 Quoting: Mister Obvious


Heh. No, not really close.

I worry about it sometimes.

I think its just too expensive to provide electicity and other services to these tiny towns so there is a movement to close them down. There are many such places, this is happening all over Japan.
 Quoting: Shinto Trainee


Soon it will be happening here, too...flag waver
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 40222359


its already ben happening here. one example is pitcher Oklahoma I live 12 miles from that place .

but the reason why pither was closed and the people payed to leav is because of lead poisoning and to many sink holes
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05/24/2013 07:33 PM
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Re: They are going to close my town
Move to Detroit, OP...

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05/24/2013 07:45 PM

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Very sad OP. It does seem like the wave of the future for many civilized countries. verysad
Life is forever changing. Prepare and beware.
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There are only 12 households left. This is a rural mountain village. Most of the peole here are very old. In fact, I'm the youngest left here. Its kind of sad but inevitable. They are consolidating these small communities to bigger places. You can stay if you want but there will be no more electricity, water, road care, etc. People get a little money to move, so I accepted.

Slowly the plants will be reclaim the site. It will be covered in green slowly, an abandoned and forgotten town. Most of the buildings are made poorly and will collapse in a few years. It is a sad and beautiful thing to think about.
 Quoting: Shinto Trainee




UN Agenda 21
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 40439626


+1
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There are only 12 households left. This is a rural mountain village. Most of the peole here are very old. In fact, I'm the youngest left here. Its kind of sad but inevitable. They are consolidating these small communities to bigger places. You can stay if you want but there will be no more electricity, water, road care, etc. People get a little money to move, so I accepted.

Slowly the plants will be reclaim the site. It will be covered in green slowly, an abandoned and forgotten town. Most of the buildings are made poorly and will collapse in a few years. It is a sad and beautiful thing to think about.
 Quoting: Shinto Trainee


[this is made me sad to read]....(((((((((tears for you)))))))
but hopes for you that where ever you go your life will be good and fruitful.
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Re: They are going to close my town
But some People return to the Countryside
here in Japan, not as many as in Europe
but we have also People who are tired, really tired
about all the Hassle in the Cities and Megatropolises!

The Mountains here are very sharp and there is not much
Space in between for Farming, this make it very
problematic for Gardening!
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There are many such places, this is happening all over Japan.
 Quoting: Shinto Trainee




For what reason, and for how long?
 Quoting: Mister Obvious


We all (the People under 75) live in
the big Cities, there is no work in
the Mountains anymore, also no
Universities and no Hospitals!

The Japanese Countryside is very Lifeless already
and the Bears, Tanokies and Deers return,
"Poka Poka"!

Look for the Bubble Time Ruins!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 39612265


Nani ga bubble time ruins ...
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05/24/2013 08:09 PM
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All the productive people have stopped breeding while the savages continue fucking like rabbits, great deal we've got....
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The Idiocracy
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05/24/2013 08:21 PM
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"Bubble Time Ruins" are very expensive Hotels
and Resorts build in the Bubble Time and
run out of Money in the decade after,
there are so many here around Tokyo!

Until the middle of the Eighties nearly every
Japanese stayed in Japan for their Holidays
and going to Hawaii, Guam or Bali was very expensive,
so they build big Hotels which are empty since years!

Actually we have a Ruin Culture, many People, incl. me,
love to visit such Places!

There are a few Web Sites up for more Info,
look for the Pink Tentacle or Rocket-News!
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05/24/2013 08:23 PM
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Re: They are going to close my town
You anywhere near Fukushima OP?


Maybe downwind or...
 Quoting: Mister Obvious


Heh. No, not really close.

I worry about it sometimes.

I think its just too expensive to provide electicity and other services to these tiny towns so there is a movement to close them down. There are many such places, this is happening all over Japan.
 Quoting: Shinto Trainee


in the U.S. this is called 'encouraging cluster community growth'.

no joke.

it's a UN action that continually is working in the shadows to motivate people to move from rural areas to what has already been designated as a 'cluster community'.

Cluster communities are small cities that are in semi-rural areas.

I wouldn't doubt that Japan is merely trying to herd the sheep into tight areas so they can control them.

The UN's goal IN THEIR CHARTER is to REDUCE THE WORLD POPULATION TO 500 MILLION PEOPLE.

they can't do that until they get everyone herded in for the culling.

not a theory.

not a theory.
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If you bring along some of your old home with you, maybe it would cure some of your lost. :)
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hf
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Re: They are going to close my town
You anywhere near Fukushima OP?


Maybe downwind or...
 Quoting: Mister Obvious


Heh. No, not really close.

I worry about it sometimes.

I think its just too expensive to provide electicity and other services to these tiny towns so there is a movement to close them down. There are many such places, this is happening all over Japan.
 Quoting: Shinto Trainee


in the U.S. this is called 'encouraging cluster community growth'.

no joke.

it's a UN action that continually is working in the shadows to motivate people to move from rural areas to what has already been designated as a 'cluster community'.

Cluster communities are small cities that are in semi-rural areas.

I wouldn't doubt that Japan is merely trying to herd the sheep into tight areas so they can control them.

The UN's goal IN THEIR CHARTER is to REDUCE THE WORLD POPULATION TO 500 MILLION PEOPLE.

they can't do that until they get everyone herded in for the culling.

not a theory.

not a theory.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 19932676

Could you post that section where it says that? Don't think so.
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ohyeah
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I think they closed my town and forgot to tell everyone.
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How melancholic...

:(

Best wishes to you for the future, OP-san! hi


Over here, the moving out-trend is getting stronger
all the time. Young folks with brains + economy leaving
urban life for the countryside.
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That's too bad. I visited some family in an old rust-belt Pennsylvania town not too long ago and the same process is happening there. Main street is all shuttered and broken down. The biggest advertisers in town are the funeral homes, yeesh. A long, slow decline is in progress.
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You anywhere near Fukushima OP?


Maybe downwind or...
 Quoting: Mister Obvious


Heh. No, not really close.

I worry about it sometimes.

I think its just too expensive to provide electicity and other services to these tiny towns so there is a movement to close them down. There are many such places, this is happening all over Japan.
 Quoting: Shinto Trainee


Expensive, no not really, if these services were already established to me it sounds more like the start of the UN’s Agenda 21 plan to herd and corral the masses into certain areas,
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Move to Detroit, OP...

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damned
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agenda 21
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There are only 12 households left. This is a rural mountain village. Most of the peole here are very old. In fact, I'm the youngest left here. Its kind of sad but inevitable. They are consolidating these small communities to bigger places. You can stay if you want but there will be no more electricity, water, road care, etc. People get a little money to move, so I accepted.

Slowly the plants will be reclaim the site. It will be covered in green slowly, an abandoned and forgotten town. Most of the buildings are made poorly and will collapse in a few years. It is a sad and beautiful thing to think about.
 Quoting: Shinto Trainee


is this due to radiation op
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You anywhere near Fukushima OP?


Maybe downwind or...
 Quoting: Mister Obvious


Heh. No, not really close.

I worry about it sometimes.

I think its just too expensive to provide electicity and other services to these tiny towns so there is a movement to close them down. There are many such places, this is happening all over Japan.
 Quoting: Shinto Trainee


in the U.S. this is called 'encouraging cluster community growth'.

no joke.

it's a UN action that continually is working in the shadows to motivate people to move from rural areas to what has already been designated as a 'cluster community'.

Cluster communities are small cities that are in semi-rural areas.

I wouldn't doubt that Japan is merely trying to herd the sheep into tight areas so they can control them.



The UN's goal IN THEIR CHARTER is to REDUCE THE WORLD POPULATION TO 500 MILLION PEOPLE.

they can't do that until they get everyone herded in for the culling.

not a theory.

not a theory.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 19932676


^^^^^ this
It's not a theory. Pretty sure this is a well documented goal of socialists / communists. Think about that. What IS a commune? People living together closely and sharing all the work and food, etc. But one of the main reasons for close living quarters is not necessarily control, but disease. The more closely people live, the more quickly nasty germs are spread. Look it up.
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UN Agenda 21 at play. Moving you from remote rural areas to the city where they can house you in large apartments with greater population densities. The rest of the countryside will be left as ecological sustainable areas and human activity is restricted.

If you get bought out, you can't buy back in, and there's going to be HUGE restrictions on buying rural land in the future. Most are turned into ecological rehabilitation zones.

EDIT: I notice that the some people are also mentioning this; good job team, at least we're making dots connect today :)

OH and P.S. anything to do with environmental sustainability (including that phrase) is related to Agenda 21, do your own research and you'll conclude the same.

Last Edited by Jaid0gz on 05/24/2013 09:44 PM
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Re: They are going to close my town
There are only 12 households left. This is a rural mountain village. Most of the peole here are very old. In fact, I'm the youngest left here. Its kind of sad but inevitable. They are consolidating these small communities to bigger places. You can stay if you want but there will be no more electricity, water, road care, etc. People get a little money to move, so I accepted.

Slowly the plants will be reclaim the site. It will be covered in green slowly, an abandoned and forgotten town. Most of the buildings are made poorly and will collapse in a few years. It is a sad and beautiful thing to think about.
 Quoting: Shinto Trainee

Good..Fuck your town highs....trayvon
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You anywhere near Fukushima OP?


Maybe downwind or...
 Quoting: Mister Obvious


Heh. No, not really close.

I worry about it sometimes.

I think its just too expensive to provide electicity and other services to these tiny towns so there is a movement to close them down. There are many such places, this is happening all over Japan.
 Quoting: Shinto Trainee


the minority getting screwed.
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dont they get that they might have to shut down tokyo? is your president daffy duck?
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Happens in Australia too, but the towns were largely self-supporting so they shut when their finances can't be kept up.
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There are only 12 households left. This is a rural mountain village. Most of the peole here are very old. In fact, I'm the youngest left here. Its kind of sad but inevitable. They are consolidating these small communities to bigger places. You can stay if you want but there will be no more electricity, water, road care, etc. People get a little money to move, so I accepted.

Slowly the plants will be reclaim the site. It will be covered in green slowly, an abandoned and forgotten town. Most of the buildings are made poorly and will collapse in a few years. It is a sad and beautiful thing to think about.
 Quoting: Shinto Trainee


My heart goes out to you OP! May peace be with you. Interesting times and lives we're all living today.

I lived in Japan for three and a half amazing years. What I observed while there has stayed with me for the rest of my life. I have much respect for the country of Japan and its people.

Good luck OP, you'll be in my thoughts. Peace!
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