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Nuclear Facts A very clued in professional who will not be bought or intimidated into silence: Dr Helen Caldicott, true to style, tells it as it is. As she sees it, you wont usually hear the truth so listen up.. Nuclear fallout from Japan and Canada, You won’t hear this on the news!
“Nana she mentioned the Reptilian males who are out of control, this has become more than diabolical and sets forth an agenda that exceeds previous agendas say from the 60’s.”
Unfortunately, this agenda has been going on for thousands of years, with only the faces of those in power shifting. It is a deep insidious agenda that affects the entire planet and all that reside upon it. It is bigger and deeper than we can realize in a moments notice. We have been continually impacted by it, since the days of Atlantis. In fact, we have only minimally progressed on this planet as a species. The warnings from the Ancient Elders and Ascended Masters have not been heeded by the ones in power. Their blood thirsty need for power cares little about who is hurt in the wake. They have been given “fool’s gold” which they are willing to destroy the entire planet for. They, themselves are subjected to the veil and cannot see beyond the promises of power, or its impact on them, their families, and the rest of humanity in the long run. Radiation is a serious issue because it effects all entities on all levels in all dimensions, on and off planet. Changing matter to energy is a powerful tool if used constructively, if used destructively, we face the possibility of complete annihilation as a species, and as she says, along with every other living thing on earth. Protect yourself as best you can, stay in prayer/meditation and keep your eyes open.
Japan Earthquake: 10,000 Feared Dead, Hundreds Of Thousands Without Food, Water, Electricity
AP/The Huffington Post JAY ALABASTER and TODD PITMAN
First Posted: 03/13/11 02:55 PM Updated: 03/14/11 12:40 PM
SENDAI, Japan (AP) — The estimated death toll from Japan’s disasters climbed past 10,000 Sunday as authorities raced to combat the threat of multiple nuclear reactor meltdowns and hundreds of thousands of people struggled to find food and water. The prime minister said it was the nation’s worst crisis since World War II.
Nuclear plant operators worked frantically to try to keep temperatures down in several reactors crippled by the earthquake and tsunami, wrecking at least two by dumping sea water into them in last-ditch efforts to avoid meltdowns. Officials warned of a second explosion but said it would not pose a health threat.
Near-freezing temperatures compounded the misery of survivors along hundreds of miles (kilometers) of the northeastern coast battered by the tsunami that smashed inland with breathtaking fury. Rescuers pulled bodies from mud-covered jumbles of wrecked houses, shattered tree trunks, twisted cars and tangled power lines while survivors examined the ruined remains.
One rare bit of good news was the rescue of a 60-year-old man swept away by the tsunami who clung to the roof of his house for two days until a military vessel spotted him waving a red cloth about 10 miles (15 kilometers) offshore.
The death toll surged because of a report from Miyagi, one of the three hardest hit states. The police chief told disaster relief officials more than 10,000 people were killed, police spokesman Go Sugawara told The Associated Press. That was an estimate – only 400 people have been confirmed dead in Miyagi, which has a population of 2.3 million.
According to officials, more than 1,400 people were confirmed dead – including 200 people whose bodies were found Sunday along the coast – and more than 1,000 were missing in Friday’s disasters. Another 1,700 were injured.
For Japan, one of the world’s leading economies with ultramodern infrastructure, the disasters plunged ordinary life into nearly unimaginable deprivation.
Hundreds of thousands of hungry survivors huddled in darkened emergency centers that were cut off from rescuers, aid and electricity. At least 1.4 million households had gone without water since the quake struck and some 1.9 million households were without electricity.
While the government doubled the number of soldiers deployed in the aid effort to 100,000 and sent 120,000 blankets, 120,000 bottles of water and 29,000 gallons (110,000 liters) of gasoline plus food to the affected areas, Prime Minister Naoto Kan said electricity would take days to restore. In the meantime, he said, electricity would be rationed with rolling blackouts to several cities, including Tokyo.
“This is Japan’s most severe crisis since the war ended 65 years ago,” Kan told reporters, adding that Japan’s future would be decided by its response.
In Rikuzentakata, a port city of over 20,000 virtually wiped out by the tsunami, Etsuko Koyama escaped the water rushing through the third floor of her home but lost her grip on her daughter’s hand and has not found her.
“I haven’t given up hope yet,” Koyama told public broadcaster NHK, wiping tears from her eyes. “I saved myself, but I couldn’t save my daughter.”
A young man described what ran through his mind before he escaped in a separate rescue. “I thought to myself, ah, this is how I will die,” Tatsuro Ishikawa, his face bruised and cut, told NHK as he sat in striped hospital pajamas.
Japanese officials raised their estimate Sunday of the quake’s magnitude to 9.0, a notch above the U.S. Geological Survey’s reading of 8.9. Either way, it was the strongest quake ever recorded in Japan, which lies on a seismically active arc. A volcano on the southern island of Kyushu – hundreds of miles (kilometers) from the quake’ epicenter – also resumed spewing ash and rock Sunday after a couple of quiet weeks, Japan’s weather agency said.
Dozens of countries have offered assistance. Two U.S. aircraft carrier groups were off Japan’s coast and ready to help. Helicopters were flying from one of the carriers, the USS Ronald Reagan, delivering food and water in Miyagi.
Two other U.S. rescue teams of 72 personnel each and rescue dogs arrived Sunday, as did a five-dog team from Singapore.
Still, large areas of the countryside remained surrounded by water and unreachable. Fuel stations were closed, though at some, cars waited in lines hundreds of vehicles long.
The United States and a several countries in Europe urged their citizens to avoid travel to Japan. France took the added step of suggesting people leave Tokyo in case radiation reached the city.
Community after community traced the vast extent of the devastation.
In the town of Minamisanrikucho, 10,000 people – nearly two-thirds of the population – have not been heard from since the tsunami wiped it out, a government spokesman said. NHK showed only a couple concrete structures still standing, and the bottom three floors of those buildings gutted. One of the few standing was a hospital, and a worker told NHK that hospital staff rescued about a third of the patients.
In the hard-hit port city of Sendai, firefighters with wooden picks dug through a devastated neighborhood. One of them yelled: “A corpse.” Inside a house, he had found the body of a gray-haired woman under a blanket.
A few minutes later, the firefighters spotted another – that of a man in black fleece jacket and pants, crumpled in a partial fetal position at the bottom of a wooden stairwell. From outside, while the top of the house seemed almost untouched, the first floor where the body was had been inundated. A minivan lay embedded in one outer wall, which had been ripped away, pulverized beside a mangled bicycle.
The man’s neighbor, 24-year-old Ayumi Osuga, dug through the remains of her own house, her white mittens covered by dark mud.
Osuga said she had been practicing origami, the Japanese art of folding paper into figures, with her three children when the quake stuck. She recalled her husband’s shouted warning from outside: “‘GET OUT OF THERE NOW!'”
She gathered her children – aged 2 to 6 – and fled in her car to higher ground with her husband. They spent the night in a hilltop home belonging to her husband’s family about 12 miles (20 kilometers) away.
“My family, my children. We are lucky to be alive,” she said.
“I have come to realize what is important in life,” Osuga said, nervously flicking ashes from a cigarette onto the rubble at her feet as a giant column of black smoke billowed in the distance.
As night fell and temperatures dropped to freezing in Sendai, people who had slept in underpasses or offices the past two nights gathered for warmth in community centers, schools and City Hall.
At a large refinery on the outskirts of the city, 100-foot (30-meter) -high bright orange flames rose in the air, spitting out dark plumes of smoke. The facility has been burning since Friday. The fire’s roar could be heard from afar. Smoke burned the eyes and throat, and a gaseous stench hung in the air.
In the small town of Tagajo, also near Sendai, dazed residents roamed streets cluttered with smashed cars, broken homes and twisted metal.
Residents said the water surged in and quickly rose higher than the first floor of buildings. At Sengen General Hospital, the staff worked feverishly to haul bedridden patients up the stairs one at a time. With the halls now dark, those who can leave have gone to the local community center.
“There is still no water or power, and we’ve got some very sick people in here,” said hospital official Ikuro Matsumoto.
Police cars drove slowly through the town and warned residents through loudspeakers to seek higher ground, but most simply stood by and watched them pass.
In the town of Iwaki, there was no electricity, stores were closed and residents left as food and fuel supplies dwindled. Local police took in about 90 people and gave them blankets and rice balls, but there was no sign of government or military aid trucks.
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Nuclear safety has come under fresh scrutiny following the shock at what has unfolded at Japan’s Fukushima plant, and the recent anniversary of the Chernobyl disaster has only added to the fears. RT has visited Kaliniskaya nuclear power plant, which is just 330km from Moscow, in the Tver Region. Its third energy unit was launched in 2005, but the original designs go back to the 1980s. Since then, all the equipment has been replaced with the latest technology. “I think to compare this to the sort of technologies that were used in Chernobyl is totally inappropriate. This system is automated, and these computers can do millions of calculations every second. So a repeat of that is impossible,” says Matvey Banchev, a shift manager. The Kaliniskaya plant uses uranium, which heats up the water with the process of fission and thus produces electricity. Normally, when there is an accident or anything goes wrong, the reactor at Kaliniskaya power plant shuts down with special control rods, which stop the process of fission. In Japan, there was a successful shutdown at Fukushima-1, after the water circulation system was damaged as a result of the March 11 earthquake. But even though the fission is interrupted, it does not stop all together. There is a remaining process which goes on for several days. In Japan there was a special diesel operated back-up system, which was supposed to prevent the rods from overheating with the left-over fission going on. The tsunami, which followed the earthquake, damaged the back-up system. And this led to the rods heating up and causing a build-up of air pressure and eventually to a series of explosions.
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It’s official: Fukushima now a new Chernobyl as radiation rises to max
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Japan has upgraded the severity rating at the paralyzed Fukushima nuclear plant to seven, a level only ever previously assigned to the Chernobyl disaster. Officials say it’s been raised, because high radiation has been recorded in the air, ocean and tap water. But Japan’s nuclear safety agency is still reluctant to compare the dangers to what happened at Chernobyl, saying the radiation leak is still smaller.
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Sayonara, Japan: Is the capitalist game over now?
Date: Monday, April 11 @ 07:46:43 AST
By Franz J. T. Lee
April 11, 2011
For planetary life, for human beings, for the past, present and future, what does the Fukushima cataclysm foretell?
Firstly, what do millions in Venezuela, America, Africa, Asia and Oceania know about current global reality? True scientific and real philosophic knowledge are not genetically acquired, they are not a divine don or gift: they do not drop like divine nectar or like holy manna from the polluted skies. Billions of workers probably never ever would learn the philosophic truth, would never acquire scientific knowledge about their earthly being and existence.
If we would have studied consciously and conscientiously, for example, the history of Venezuela, of the Americas, then we could have discover very easily that not only the ruling ideas of each epoch are the ideas of the ruling classes … which are being disseminated mainly by socialization processes, by education, culture, religion and ideology … but also see that the ruling truth and knowledge of each epoch are the truth and knowledge of the ruling classes, which are being spread by the international mass media, which sow confusion, distortion and indoctrination and which reap lies, hoaxes, body, mind and thought control.
Currently the only globally accepted truth, sanctioned by the United Nations, is the truth that comes out of the barrel of a corporate gun as depleted uranium bullets, as ‘terrorist’ atomic radiation.
To know the truth of our epoch is very simple: just listen to the politicians, read the daily newspapers and just listen to the man on the street and to our educators.
According to the famous bourgeois, mechanical materialist Sigmund Freud ‘no one has a right to coerce others to act according to his own view of truth. ‘
However, he insisted that a conditio sine qua non for freedom was to know the truth. In the current global mental holocaust, in the corporate Moloch of Murdoch and Co.,, of global and globalized authoritarian and totalitarian body, mind and thought control, it is well-nigh impossible for billions of workers, for the ‘wretched of the earth’, to reflect, think, theoretize and philosophize about planetary historic reality, existence and transcendence.
We know what is ‘lol’ or ‘thanx’, to make the sign of the cross, but most of us, especially the youth, do not have the foggiest idea what are atomic ‘meltdowns’, HAARP, ‘Operation Paper-Clip, Dien Bien Phu, the ‘Manchurian Candidate’, zeitgeist, apartheid, Chernobyl, ‘chemtrails’, Marx, ‘geo-engineering’ or plutonium. Progressively, with all the ‘news’ and ‘education’, we are becoming extinct, are being disinformed into a species of homo ignoramus instead of homo novum.
Dialectically related to the murderous, historic, capitalist process of perpetual ruling class accumulation – of violence, terror, piracy, booty, privileges, power and vandalism – across millennia the lords, water lords and warlords have developed superstructural mechanics, machinations and fabrications to control and destroy human thinking and thought of their ‘speaking tools’, of their ‘subjects’, to disable them to understand the real and true ramifications of natural and human exploitation, political domination, social discrimination, racism, ‘military humanism’ and ‘full spectrum dominance’, that is, total human alienation.
Within this transhistoric spectrum we have to see the current global fascism, euphemistically called ‘humanism’, globalization. The current United States belligerent hoaxes, the bare-faced, blatant NATO lies and the arrogance of its terrorist military ‘commands’, are happening at the level of collapse of a planetary process which, like all earthly man made processes, merits to pass away.
All the criminal attacks on states like Libya, Ivory Coast or Venezuela, demonstrate the material and social decay of a destructive culture. As it nears its end, it becomes more violent, more terrorist.
There is nothing absolutely true about capitalism, it has no everlasting existence, currently it is in decay, it is ‘melting down’; desperately, like Dorian Gray, it tries to rejuvenate its obsolescence, all in vain, like King Midas, everything that it touches turns into golden diarrhea. This mode of destruction has already reached barbarous levels, in chain reaction it is destroying itself, it has become suicidal.
At this level of corporate decay and apocalyptic terrorism, inter alia, what is still worthwhile to study, reflect and consider in this ‘epoch of naked survival’?
We have to use our brains, our invincible weapon, as never before. Let us look at Fukushima. But, first let us remind ourselves of certain tasks.
* To understand once and for all that ‘a bird in the hand is worth two in the bush’, that one’s earthly life is unique, that it ‘is beautiful, hence, to enjoy it to the fullest’ (Trotsky);
* to liberate ourselves from the religious and ideological cobwebs of obscurantism and begin to transilluminate the cosmic highway towards real anti-capitalist human emancipation;
* to create anticipatory contents for our emancipatory concepts and categories, for example, for revolution, class struggle, production. labor, capital, socialism, Marxism, proletariat, imperialism or fascism;
* to discover discover the real apocalyptic threat in which we encounter ourselves at this stage of the labor process, of capital accumulation and of ruling class history;
* to note that United States Ex-President George H. W. Bush at least for once in his life time told the whole of humanity the cataclysmic naked truth of global fascism, of the coming post-Orwellian ‘one world government’: “if the American people knew what we have done, they would string us up from the lamp posts.” (1)
* ‘Stringing up’ individual political leaders, like Hussein or Khadaffi, ‘on lamp-posts’ will not stop the inexorable nefarious free fall of capitalism into its own quagmire – great men or a few power elites may be important, alone, outside the master-slave relations, they cannot accumulate profits, make history and conduct ecocidal and genocidal wars in North Africa or the Middle East;
Now let us focus on the Fukushima disaster.
Without the knowledge and the concrete means of how to stop accidents like the one that occurred in Chernobyl a quarter of a century ago, recklessly, with a ravenous insatiable hunger for exploitation, powerful corporations were and are still constructing hundreds of atomic reactors across the globe. Measured by the current events in Fukushima, this is really ‘Sayonara, Japan’! And therewith, Good-bye, ‘Sapient Man’!
Currently there exist and are planned some 500 atomic reactors on planet Earth; each one of them could bring forth the same dangers which are being generated by Chernobyl and Fukushima. In a nut-shell, Japan will never be the same again. The Chernobyl atomic disaster claimed one million precious, innocent human lives. Over the next decades, millions of Japanese and other peoples will perish as a result of cancer, of related illnesses and mortal over-doses of radioactivity. The global ruling power elites do not care, on the contrary, they are planning to reduce the world population to only 2 billion – out of about 7 billion human beings. This would be a Holocaust to the nth power.
Over the danger – which Marx and Engels had warned about already in 1848 in their ‘Manifesto’ – the Japanese government, General Electric and the Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO), aided by the disinformation campaigns of the global mass media, have covered a blanket of silence.
Desperately, from the very inception of this man made tragedy, the owners have lost complete control of the demon (perhaps called HAARP), which they have conjured up from the capitalist nether world to try to maximize the dwindling global corporate extra-profits. As a result of the global depression, as a corporate capitalist bulwark in the Far East, the Japanese economy is now in shambles.
In global fascism there are no true blood friends, it is a permanent war between contending belligerent corporate forces for world hegemony. Now it is Japan’s turn to suffer the blows of the ax of inexorable competition, untiring centralization, ruthless concentration and relentless monopolization. Japan tried to enter the military big business of atomic powers, to possess atomic bombs, but it is being nipped in the bud. Also, it tried to neutralize class struggle at home, now it has become a struggle for pure survival.
Hence, what are the main elements of the Fukushima cataclysm?
* This ghastly disaster of Tokyo will last for months, before it could somehow be ‘controlled’; the radio activity on the islands generated by the ‘dirty bomb’ plutonium will outlive humanity; it is known that the half-life of plutonium 239 is 24 000 years.
What is sure is that every single day the radiation levels are soaring towards maximum heights. More and more radioactivity will be falling out on 35 million people in the Tokyo region, which is only 160 miles away from Fukushima:
“The inevitable consequence of that will be a dramatic withering of the cultural, social, commercial and economic life of the huge Tokyo megalopolis. As more and more people abandon Tokyo it will become a radioactive shadow of its former self. Of course the economic implications of that for global finance and commerce are immense, Tokyo is one of the three major centers of high finance in the world, along with London and New York, so its abandonment therefore has ineluctable repercussions that will rock the modern, global civilization to its core.” (2)
Do we know that already 25 foreign governments have shut down their embassies in Tokyo? That others have moved to Osaka to try and escape atomic radiation? Do we still remember that the U.S. Navy had offered on March 17th to evacuate 87,000 personnel?
Yes, the situation is very serious indeed.
A few days later, on “March 19th the U.S. Military has begun a voluntary evacuation of up to 200,000 military personnel and their dependents from Japan. ” (3)
International bankers are fleeing, are leaving the radioactive country.
The truth is simply that “the evacuation of Fukushima, of Tokyo, of Japan has already begun. The next step would be to evacuate the whole planet.
Sayonara, Japan! As Marx stated: in to this world, ‘capital comes dripping from head to foot, from every pore, with blood and dirt.’ Now it is leaving Japan soaked in radiating blood and dirt!…’
Alea jacta est … Is the game over? Will and could we wake up now and annihilate capitalism? And there we go … more earthquakes, more tsunamis to come …
(1) http://www.threeworldwars.com/nwo-timeline1.htm )
(2) See: Event Horizon Chronicle –
Sayonara, Tokyo. http://eventhorizonchronicle.blogspot.com/2011/03/sayonara-tokyo.html.
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