Media now exposing Fukushima cover-up: “So many terrible things are not being reported” — Official radiation figures cannot be trusted — Regulator suspects Tepco giving false data — Problems much worse than officials claim

Published: August 22nd, 2013 at 7:11 pm ET
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BBC News, Aug 22, 2013: The “worsening situation” at Fukushima has prompted a former Japanese ambassador to Switzerland to call for the withdrawal of Tokyo’s Olympic bid. In a letter to the UN secretary general, Mitsuhei Murata says the official radiation figures published by Tepco cannot be trusted. He says he is extremely worried about the lack of a sense of crisis in Japan and abroad.

Time, Aug 22, 2013: “It’s time we faced the danger, ” said Takashi Hirose, a writer shocked by the under-reported radiation levels he found on recent trip into the evacuation zone. “So many terrible things are not being reported in the news.”

BBC News, Aug 22, 2013: Fukushima leak is ‘much worse than we were led to believe’ [...] A nuclear expert [Mycle Schneider] has told the BBC that he believes the current water leaks at Fukushima are much worse than the authorities have stated. [...] He says water is leaking out all over the site and there are no accurate figures for radiation levels. [...] some nuclear experts are concerned that the problem is a good deal worse than either Tepco or the Japanese government are willing to admit.

Irish Times, Aug 21, 2013: Cover-up [....] Many experts believe Japan’s government continues to underestimate the cost and complexity of the decommissioning, and that Tepco has been systematically covering up problems.

Bloomberg, Aug 21, 2013: At least one commissioner at the regulator questioned the accuracy of data being released by operator Tokyo Electric Power Co. (9501) and whether the incident had been fully reported. […] “This INES evaluation is based on the 300-ton leak, but I really wonder if we can trust data provided by Tepco,” Toyoshi Fuketa, a commissioner at the NRA, said at a meeting in Tokyo today. “I really wonder if we should judge based on Tepco’s data.”

See also: Former Prime Minister Kan reveals nuclear coverup -- After Fukushima he's "devoting himself to nuclear activism, he now wants to abolish nuclear power in Japan" (VIDEOS)

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94 comments to Media now exposing Fukushima cover-up: “So many terrible things are not being reported” — Official radiation figures cannot be trusted — Regulator suspects Tepco giving false data — Problems much worse than officials claim

  • davidh7426 davidh7426

    TEPCO giving the government 'false' data… You think!!!


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  • TheBigPicture TheBigPicture

    Governments have largely stayed quiet during this whole nuclear disaster. But that's not the problem. The problem is, the plant is out of control, and nuclear scientists have no way to stop it.


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  • eatliesndie eatliesndie

    …and now ladies and gentlemen, a big round of booing and hissing for our current scapegoat, TEPGOV!……oops, I mean TEPCO! – BOOOO, hissssss BOOO…..


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  • Jebus Jebus

    The Post-Fukushima Nuclear Industry:
    A Case Study In Institutional Self-Deception

    At the recent International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Ministerial Conference in St. Petersburg (June 2013), director general Yukiya Amano repeated the familiar platitudes about Fukushima that deflect and deny the heavy responsibility of the IAEA and the Japanese nuclear establishment for having failed to prevent the catastrophe – one that every anti-nuclear group in Japan had been warning about for years. In a report on the conference published by The Hindu, Mr. Amano refers to Fukushima as not a disaster, accident or catastrophe, but as a “tragedy,” a word that suggests it was caused by cruel gods rather than human failings. He went on to repeat the familiar trope about “lessons learned” and the effective steps taken to make nuclear power plants safer.
    cont…


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    • Jebus Jebus

      Such statements from the head of the global nuclear establishment are emblematic of what is argued below: in trying to sustain itself against mounting evidence that points to its unacceptable dangers and costs, the nuclear industry has resorted to deceit and self-deception. Psychological experiments have revealed that deceit is soon followed by self-deceit, all the better to make the deception more likely to succeed. This strategy may be an evolved mechanism of the brain, and it may succeed in the short term, in terms of the reproductive success of an organism, but it can come at a high cost to individuals and groups over the long term. The vicious circle of deceit and self-deceit reaches a point at which the inconsistencies become absurd to outsider observers.

      http://www.countercurrents.org/riches210813.htm


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  • ion jean ion jean

    Looking back on numerous related articles from months past, this is all so obviously "pro nuke song and dance" and what a lousy performance it is!

    Worst case of political backpaddling I have ever witnessed. Why, the Govt said six months ago that it was ongoing highly contaminated water pouring off the site since Day One.

    And now the IAEA still refrains: we are ready to help them IF THEY Ask? Irresponsible, Criminal, they should all be forced to service Lady Barbara Judge behind the boardroom barcart!

    Is there no person currently in a position of power and influence who can stop these atomic madmen??? Does it have to come to the youth of this planet paying the price for their greed and misdeeds?

    Karma takes its sweet time coming back around. Can all sentient beings afford to wait?


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    • Jebus Jebus

      "Criminal, they should all be forced to service Lady Barbara Judge behind the boardroom barcart!"

      lol!! Thats kind of a harsh sentence for the crimes, don't ya think?


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      • ion jean ion jean

        And she has to be wearing one of her white Victorian collar things…so damn sexy!

        Sexy like Bikini Atoll in 1952! Like the jellyfish babies of Rongelap!

        Too bad she's postmenopausal or we could suggest Lady Judge swim in a bikini at Fukushima Beach after her soirees and maybe she could give birth to a jellyfish blob of her own! A highly contaminated irradiated fetus.

        But her next visit to Japan to shmooze with their stubbornly pro nuclear government probably takes her to a lush golf course on Okinawa if the South Koreans are now getting sketched out about even flying an airplane near Fukushima!

        We need to just breathlessly read the headlines again, but thiS time scream even louder to our communities if a fallout plume is headed our way…even if its diverted through wateR or food its matter beyond nanotechnology and its time doctors, teachers and local officials get more educated by us…

        We are all that remains of Civil Defense.


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        • UncleCrusty

          "Crystal Palace, Crystal Palace, Do you read us?"…
          Seriously, we ARE the Civil Defense. Burt the turtle wont cut it. Neither will duck and cover. Effective communication between people is absolutely essential. The story is finally breaking as a result of this and other efforts started by people.


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  • weeman

    Don't tell me the government did not get its own independant data, you think I am stupid, they knew and know, it's their failure to protect the public that baffles me.
    Don't just point a finger a tepco you are as culpable as them, more.


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  • snukey

    and fix the webcams so we can truly see what is going on. remove filters and improve the quality. How many electronics companies in Japan and we can't get a fuxking decent cam feed? 1080HD please. If I'm gonna watch this shit kill the oceans/N Hemisphere i wanna see it in HD. Get a damn space satellite over it, we can see mars in great detail but not the reactors?


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    • ion jean ion jean

      Well then there's the story of mini nuke guns posing as security cameras provided by the Israeli contractor that made their way all over Daiichi to work with the Stuxnet virus that caused the initial plant failure…

      So if Tepco can be sold a camera that's really a weapon of mass destruction, maybe they suck with cameras

      Tepco also sucks with telling the truth, cleaning up radiological nightmares before they turn into nuclear apocalypses, paying fair wages to their workers, providing them with water to cool off in that's not radioactive, but poor Tepco, they are certainly not fully to blame…

      Anything Atomic Always Begins and Ends with the USA

      United States of the Atom(ic Apocalypse)

      Yeah I was born here, but radiation nearly killed me and many, many of you. We are victims of bureaucracy, lies and national security secrets, guinea pigs of the greedy…


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      • Yukio_Tanukio

        Maybe the corporate leaders in Japan don't care much about the Japanese people (did any corporate leaders ever care about the people in their own country?) Maybe they're more allied with the corporate leaders in other countries who needed to destroy Japan because Japan was actually demanding the truth about 9-11.


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        • VanneV anne

          The nuclear industry is responsible for its own failures. If there were no nuclear reactors, there would be no need for conspiracy theories to cover up the nuclear industry's greed and cost-cutting measures which reduce safety and mismanagement of nuclear facilities and failures and the inherent lethality of nuclear technology.


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    • MoonlightEmpire MoonlightEmpire

      Snukey,

      Yeah, funny how poor the quality is…as if we don't know…

      There are many other videos around the Daiichi site that were released with high definition (the recent one with the workers drilling the holes at night for the hardened chemical wall), but none (as far as I've seen) have captured really sensitive views…

      The camera technology nowadays is astounding. The blurry images are made to be blurry.

      Other than that, I'll say it again: Where the hell is the video of the Unit 4 explosion?!!!!! I'm surprised that there is not an angry hoard of people banging down doors all over Japan for AT LEAST the video of the Unit 4 pop.

      That must have been some VERY sensitive video…


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  • jackassrig

    For the love of money is the root of all evil.


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  • MichaelV MichaelV

    Time to list all of those terrible things in no uncertain terms…


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  • dosdos dosdos

    The misinformation being reported on the internet is causing more harm by causing stress than from radiation exposure.

    That should read, "The misinformation being reported by TEPCO, the Japanese government, and the media is causing more harm by allowing the situation to escalate to the point of no return before real solutions can be found by a global effort than from stress of the truth."


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  • StPaulScout StPaulScout

    The government and lots of other people should be testing it for radiation themselves and not rely one bit on TEPCO data. Period. I'm sure the government is comfortable parroting out TEPCO's numbers as fact though, since they are quite possibly under reporting by many factors of 10…..


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  • Time Is Short Time Is Short

    'Problems much worse than officials claim'

    No shit. Apparently, PattyB was on to something:

    "I post this with some personal trepidation but the situation is far worse than even the most dire reports. I've reached the point I feel I must say something. My late PhD Nuclear Power Civil Engineer brother-in-law owned the independent consulting firm who designed much of Fukushima and >half of the other GE manufactured nuclear power plants around the world (including most of those in the USA). After many "sorry, we had no choice, we promise to never do it again" GE excuses he resigned his largest account (GE) and closed his business after "ONCE AGAIN!" GE removed millions of dollars of equipment from his final design to (GE said) be "competitive". Most of what was removed was always safety and backup equipment (Jim said). Jim (my late B.I.L.) was also head of his department as a professor and was chairman of all departments at the Un. of Arkansas)

    He quit the moment he inadvertently learned the money "saved" was instead mostly going to 1.increase the profits of GE 2. bribe hundreds of Japanese government and Tepco officials and bribes within the US government to rush through export approvals of various nuclear parts that are dual-purpose (used in nuclear bombs as well) – in that order.


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  • Sickputer

    The Japanese have been aggressively promoting tourism for the past 896 days despite knowing their country was getting progressively worse from the air fallout, water fallout, and contaminated food and fish stocks.

    They should be ashamed for allowing foreign exchange high school students to visit within 100 miles of the epicenter.

    It's one thing for the mass public in America to be brain dead ignorant about Fukushima, because they just mirror the other 99% of the world's inhabitants.

    But the stewards of America (the US government) should be held accountable for their official cover-up of the Japanese situation.

    Don't hold your breath waiting for the bigshots in Washington to offer any perspective on the Fukushima Crisis. 911 is one thing, but Japan's 311 to Washington, DC is just an impediment to their golden parachutes and future speaker fees.

    Think Entergy's handpicked man for the White House is worried? Not hardly…

    "President Obama, who landed at the exclusive island on Saturday, spent over five hours at the Farm Neck Golf Club on his first day out. He has made zero mention of the critical Fukishma events occurring in Japan over the last several days."

    http://www.geoengineeringwatch.org/fukushima-facts-that-you-have-not-been-told-about-dire-update/

    SP: Japan should be thrown out of the 2020 Olympic Games selection. They are liars and the land is unsafe. Tokyo is a cesspool of dumped nuclear waste in the bay. Hunger Games maybe.


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    • bo bo

      Obama and his family never dipped in the ocean last xmas, then released a photo of him swimming from the previous vacation in Hawaii, to make it look like he did.


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    • MichaelV MichaelV

      Last one standing wins…!


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    • VanneV anne

      "…Gundersen told Reuters of an incredibly dangerous 'criticality' that would result if a chain reaction takes place at any point, if the rods break or even so much as collide with each other in the wrong way. The resulting radiation is too great for the cooling pool to absorb – it simply has not been designed to do so.

      “'The problem with a fuel pool criticality is that you can’t stop it. There are no control rods to control it,' Gundsersen said. 'The spent fuel pool cooling system is designed only to remove decay heat, not heat from an ongoing nuclear reaction.'

      "The base of the pool where the fuel assemblies are situated is 18 meters above the ground. The pool itself is 10 by 12 meters, and the rods are seven meters under the surface of the water. One problem with that pool is it has been exposed to air in the 2011 catastrophe, when its roof was blown off by the explosion…."
      http://www.geoengineeringwatch.org/fukushima-facts-that-you-have-not-been-told-about-dire-update/


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      • VanneV anne

        [cont.]
        “The operation is urgent – because even a minor earthquake could trigger an uncontrolled fuel leak….
        “They also contain plutonium, one of the most radioactive substances known to man. The radiation builds up during the later stages of a core’s operation.
        “Toshio Kimura, a former TEPCO technician, told Reuters that the operation would normally be assisted by computers, but that luxury is gone. ‘Previously it was a computer-controlled process that memorized the exact locations of the rods down to the millimeter and now they don’t have that. It has to be done manually so there is a high risk that they will drop and break one of the fuel rods,’ he said.
        “He is also expecting many issues for TEPCO ahead, as the process is estimated to take years. The scientists’ task is not made easier by the fact that the building is also prone to corrosion from salt water….
        “CC:…’ the fuel rods are in danger every day they remain in the pool. The more variables you add to this equation, and the more time that passes, the more risk you are exposed to. Each reactor and spent fuel pool has its own set of problems, and critical failure with any of them could ultimately have the end result of an above-ground, self-sustaining nuclear reaction. It will not be known if extraction of all the fuel will even be possible, as some of it may be severely damaged, until the attempt is made to remove it….


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        • VanneV anne

          [cont.]
          “’Recently there appears to be subsidence issues and liquefaction under the plant….’
          “CC:…’ Many of their senses, most importantly eyesight, will be hindered by the apparatus that will need to be worn during their exposure, to prevent immediate death from lifting compromised fuel rods out of the pool and placing them in casks, or in the common spent fuel pool located a short distance away….
          “’ Chernobyl was one reactor, in a rural area, a quarter of the size of one of the reactors at Fukushima. There was no ‘spent fuel pool’ to worry about. Chernobyl was treated in-situ…meaning everything was pretty much left where it was while the effort to contain it was made (and very expeditiously I might add) not only above ground, but below ground….
          “’ If and when the corium reaches the Tokyo aquifer, serious and expedient discussions will have to take place about evacuating 40 million people…
          “’ a newly stated concern is the proximity of melted fuel in relation to the Tokyo aquifer that extends under the plant.
          “’ No one can say or know how this will play out, except that millions of people will probably die even if things stay exactly as they are, and billions could die if things get any worse.
          ‘Once the integrity of the pool is compromised that will lead to more criticalities’…”
          http://www.geoengineeringwatch.org/fukushima-facts-that-you-have-not-been-told-about-dire-update/


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  • wetpwcas1 wetpwcas1

    Good night world, all life as we know will be forever changed thanks to the sick minds of people who will & have killed millions for bigger profits, bigger castles & power, when it really comes down to the truth, these people are the scum of the earth and all the wealth in the world will never save their souls! They knew this would happen one day & would never take the steps to prevent it, 3 MI, C & countless sunken ships & subs, then Fukushima! Get use to the word, BIOACCULUATION! No cancer doctor or clinic will ever get a dime from me period, they knew that's why so many popped up & all Natural Cures are banned in many nations, the USA being #1 money grubbing bunch like AMA!


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  • ion jean ion jean

    Wow what a tale! So he's the guy who officially designed Fukushima to rest on clay and rock ocean landfill? That was ok for stable reactor ground?

    I feel I know parts of the story of which you speak…just from the historical and biographical literature I've read, I have pieced together at least a general tone to the whole atomic industry…

    While the US military during wartime literally guilted and intimidated brilliant young scientists into doing their bomb building bidding, corporations like GE were diving into the whole thing with A big fork and spoon.

    While our grandparents Were surrendering most of their cookware to be melted down, America's toxic polluters like US Steel were scheming with their lawyers on how to persuade politicians to not only set out the banquet table, but also to hold them blameless in matters of enviRonmental contamination and citizens class action lawsuits effected by their crimes.

    Names strangely appear laced throughout this story, but I would love to fill in more details someday.


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  • snukey

    I was at my sons soccer practice tonight and one of the fathers for another kid and I were talking. His wife had got this intestinal cancer in about 2 months, it just came out of nowhere. He said it weighed eight pounds. He picked her up from the hospital earlier in the day. First thing popped into my mind was Fukushima, of course. I'm afraid its only gonna get worse.


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    • Time Is Short Time Is Short

      From ZeroHedge:

      Look at Beau Biden. His cancer could be from anything, but the possibility that it's from Fukushima fallout cannot be dismissed. In fact, the specialists can trace it if it is from radiation. We'll never hear anything about it, but the NWO crowd knows.

      And that could be a bigger problem. If they know they are all going, they certainly are going to care less about us.

      And no cracks about Beau Biden, please. He isn't his father. Just another victim.


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      • J.

        "the specialists can trace it if it is from radiation."

        I corresponded with Marco Kaltofen about this after seeing electron-microscopy of nuclide-damaged lung tissue on his site. From his reply I gather that biopsies can be taken at least from cancer patients to determine the presence or absence of nuclear particles. How much this would cost, I don't know. It's been done for cases involving litigation. There may in time be global litigation — huge class action suits against many governments and corporations — and biopsies of this kind may become routine. Lawyers are much maligned, sometimes deservedly, but I think they'd become saints to the public if they set out to initiate an enormous class-action suit and helped plaintiffs to get these biopsies analyzed at cost.


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    • VanneV anne

      My sister is fighting a second occurrence of breast cancer, and just had intestinal surgery (4 hours), but I haven't heard anything for 2 days. She is in southern California. Her husband said 2 days ago that she doesn't have to undergo chemo. Doesn't sound good.


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  • Sol Man

    As I recall what is needed is water from the bottom to be introduced
    into a sand formation in order to create the conditions ripe for quicksand. So, with this in mind, is this area becoming a quicksand pit? This location always had the potential for these events to occur and now it is being realized. It was only a matter of time.


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    • They just came out with a story that the whole site is built on where a river used to be. They diverted the river to build Fukushima.

      Of course, they would not be able to divert the underground part of the river, which would be multiple orders larger than the above ground part.

      They are guessing at how much water flows by underneath the plant. No one knows. And how much radiation is going in the ocean, after leaking out of tanks, basements or via contact with the coriums underground? No one knows.

      They flew too close to the sun with wings made of wax..

      Now they are falling, falling, falling..

      A Greek Tragedy now becomes a Japanese one, with lots of help from GE and the US government regulators and politicians of course.


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  • TheBigPicture TheBigPicture

    It's bad. I'm in United States, and people around me are dying of cancer, heart attacks, and strokes ..from 25 years old to people in their fifties and sixties ..personal friends, and friends of friends. Several just dropped dead on the spot.


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  • AB AB

    I made this video
    FUKUSHIMA UPDATE – CRN SPECIAL REPORT AUG 21 2013
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hvbRUcVSHcg


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  • THERE WAS a time when something positive could have been done to address the problems at Fukushima NPP. Sadly, I am afraid that time has passed. Apparently, only massive contamination of the entire world will have to occur, before something is done on a scale that can do any good. Even then, that may be too late.


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  • nedlifromvermont

    Can no one do anything? Except uncover the lies of our fathers and their co-conspirator? So that the living will envy the dead?

    Are jellyfish babies good candidates for conversion to Catholicism? If not, then where is the silly Pope on all this madness?

    G E eeeeeee … we bring good things the OH FORGET ABOUT IT!!

    Thanks be to GE.


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  • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

    Nedi, I know its sad but we must push on! We have much to do and based on what I saw on Yahoo today we are not doing enough!
    Man declared dead comes back to life~ 2200 comments
    Hannah Anderson kidnapping~3600 comments
    Radioactive ground water leaking at Fukushima~122 comments

    Your entire world is easily distracted and now brain dead!

    The information Anne is sharing with all of us… is the leading edge!

    Anne truly understands what is going on and has pulled back the curtains using the existing knowledge bases available and presenting them here for everyone to share with others.

    She is one with the force!


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    • ftlt

      Obe: How true… Great observation … I was seeing the same in another way…

      This attention to FUFU will be short lived even as its condition worsens.. It's just a news story…

      Look at the hits on here this week – way up… This site was almost dead six months ago…. And it was not from a lack of hard work by its editor… There were just not any notice being taken and therefore few links to be posted from the media and web sources… Sadly and soon, FUFU will back to the same no notice routine by the media sluts IMO…

      You make more sense when you try not to be so cryptic… When you are cryptic all the time, it comes off as simple twittering… You clearly have stuff to contribute – but, it gets lost in its brevity IMO


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  • 6feetunder 6feetunder

    Once the herd gets this into their world view will we see the despair and lawlessness as portrayed in the movie "on the beach"?

    DHS has been preparing for something with all the recent purchases.


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    • micky thered micky thered

      Not just the DHS, all branches of the Gov. have/are required to have all training exercises complete by the end of Sept. My guess is that Obama, sometime around the beginning of Oct., will spill the beans in frank and graphic language. He will do this knowing the fear and panic it will cause. We have, I believe, just a few short weeks left to stock up on supplies before TSHTF big time.
      Remember folks, the true measure of a man is how he behaves in extremis. Good luck to all of you and may God forgive our hubris.


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      • micky thered micky thered

        Another thought just occurred to me, suppose the DHS's ammo purchases are not to do with Fuku, but that they know that comet Ison will cause quakes as it passes. How many reactors are there worldwide? no, forget I said that. otherwise the fat lady will have stopped singing and will be leaving the stage pronto.


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  • bo bo

    You know… as tasteless as it seems.. maybe it's time to start posting photos of hiroshima/ chernobyl/ fallujah DU babies on facebook. That might wake SOME up… although the rest will probably just shake their heads again and point me to the mental hospital.

    People seem to think all has been fine in those places except some kids born with an 'extra finger'


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  • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

    bo,

    Yes this is an excellent Idea and post away everywhere that the links can be posted until a moderator/controller attempts to take them down.

    Unless we wake up the masses soon there will be more of the same but the results will soon grow exponentially around the globe.

    Every other commercial on TV and radio is now about cancer treatments!


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  • bo bo

    The thing is.. people only see those with 'the extra finger' because those born without brains.. well, of course, never make it.


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  • bo bo

    And I know, obewan, so many cancer treatment commercials


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  • bo bo

    People around me seem to think it's some cute little emotional attachment I have to 'my homeland' and I'm like, dude. It's about the tuna sandwich you're holding in your hand, your Hawaii vacation you just told me about, your morning jog, your children growing up to have a healthy size heart, not developing thyroid cancer.


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  • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

    There is so much these people do not know that it very sad but it is the way off the Matrix. There are those in the world that are very good at certain things and there is a reason for it and it has nothing to do with the education/programming received. There is a very ancient knowledge base that has been kept purposefully away from the populations. Thus the rampant confusion of the souls that we currently see…


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  • Wynd Wynd

    coriums reaching criticality are an end of the world scenario…
    Shimatsu discussing this says there is a simple method to stop the
    coriums from reaching criticality…so if any of you understand this better than i might take a read and if it's doable how in the universe can we get Japan to do anything….

    http://bit.ly/12gVGfg and http://bit.ly/152YNxX

    they've done absolutely nothing and they have given specifics of
    the corium or unit 4 to no one we know…….

    the media keeps us busy not only with endless stories…
    these stories are made up fiction being played by govt paid
    actors…it's the rule of the land no facts or data of any kind
    are to be released to the public…

    visit http://www.wellaware1.com to learn about the actors guild.

    last time i posted this link got a lot of unpleasant whatever..
    this is serious business that the country is saturated with total
    fraud while fukushima is sinking into the sea..

    please…no one wants to be made a fool of…
    but i'd take being a fool over dying of plutonium poisoning…


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