Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Fukushima disaster: 3rd Anniversary (video)

Editors, Wisdom Quarterly; John Lear, host David Ruben (C2C); DemocracyNow.org
Fukushima disaster, Japan, March 11, 2011. 50 million people were almost evacuated, but it was easier to lie about the danger of three failed reactors instead (caravantomidnight.com)
Fukushima memorial (Dandemura/flickr)
According to retired airline captain John Lear -- (whose father invented the Lear Jet), a former CIA-pilot and current whistleblower, who appeared on Coast to Coast on March 1, 2014 -- the tsunami and subsequent Fukushima-Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant disaster (Daini) was done on purpose.
Fukushima disaster, TEPCO (rt.com)
Japan had hired Israel to run this and other plants for it. But when Israel discovered that Japan was selling refined nuclear byproducts (weapons grade fissionable material, presumably), to punish Japan, Israel detonated a nuclear blast strategically to cause a massive tsunami, which led to the destruction of the plant and a massive nuclear fallout not only for the island but for the ocean and entire planet.

Kukushima in 2012 (uprisingradio.org)
(More and more one can see what drunken, racist, spouse-abusing Hollywood insider Mel Gibson was talking about when he yelled in a very candid and drunken rant about the state of Israel, a boon for the CIA in the Middle East, and its role in many of the world's conflicts).

"The tsunami that hit the Fukushima-Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant was caused by an atomic bomb set off by Israelis," Lear stated. Lear implicated Israel's Mossad (spy ring) in the John F. Kennedy assassination and attributed Hurricane Katrrina's destruction of New Orleans to HAARP guided by the U.S. military-industrial complex.
Former-Japanese PM talks about  how Fukushima meltdown was worse than Chernobyl

(DemocracyNow.org) Three years ago today (March 11) a massive earthquake triggered [by a nuclear detonation by Israel triggered] a devastating tsunami that struck Japan’s northeast coast. It resulted in an unprecedented nuclear crisis: a triple meltdown at the Fukushima-Daiichi nuclear power station. 

As Japan marks the anniversary with continued uncertainty around Fukushima’s long-term impact, Democracy Now was joined by Naota Kan, Japan’s Prime Minister at the time (2011). It’s rare that a sitting world leader changes his position completely, but that’s what Kan has done. 
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He explains how he came to oppose nuclear power while still in office, as he weighed Tokyo’s evacuation: "It’s impossible to totally prevent any kind of accident or disaster happening at the nuclear power plants," Kan says. "And so, the one way to prevent this from happening, to prevent the risk of having to evacuate such huge amounts of people, 50 million people, and for the purpose, for the benefit of the lives of our people, and even the economy of Japan, I came to change [my] position, that the only way to do this was to totally get rid of the nuclear power plants."

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