The Fukushima accident was caused by incompetence and could have been avoided, as it was at other nuclear plants.
I glanced through your posts to get an idea of what you thought "incompetence" was. It appears that you think not building the seawall higher at Fukushima was an example and that you agree with the blithe and wrong assumption that it was "corporate culture" which was at fault - even though the same TEPCO corporate culture also existed at the Onagawa plant.
Focusing on deaths is arbitrary
Death is a very concrete measure of harm.
underplay the devastating effects of the nuclear disaster on the people forced to evacuate and on Japan's economy
Keep in mind that a lot of the harm comes from hysteria not nuclear accidents. For example, why are no Japanese nuclear plants on line? There's no safety issue for most of the nuclear plants which weren't effected by the earthquakes.
It reminds me of the few trillion dollars squandered by the US in the wake of 911 (for example, two wars, pumping up the global real estate market, and the intrusive security apparatus).