3/11 - Japan's 9/11?

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3/11 - Japan's 9/11?

Another take on Fukushima.

http://www.jimstonefreelance.com/fukushima1.html

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Not unlikely.

I read this last year, and agree, something is not right here. 
Maybe makes some sense why the germans decided to close their nuclear reactors. I see mentioned stuxnet and siemens. The connection between Germany and Japan is not new. Who knows what else goes on.

In Japan - going back. Japan in WWII: A Casualty of Usury?  and Germany 1 + Germany 2

 

During the 1930s Japan rapidly expanded her industrial production, while the rest of the world, with the exception of National Socialist Germany, stagnated. By 1941 Japan had become the leading economic power in East Asia. Her exports were steadily replacing those of America and England......
...Japan has very few natural resources, so what was the secret of her success? In order to answer this question, it is necessary to return to the year 1929, when one of the twentieth century’s foremost monetary reformers, Major Clifford Hugh Douglas, went on a lecture tour of Japan.

 

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3 new Fukushima links in Daily Digest.

These articles will definitely get your attention!

For what it's worth, good friend of mine has been taking a few drops of Nascent Iodine in water daily...saying most of us are deficient.

I just ordered this product on Amazon, and you might want to look into it.

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B004UJ0UFM/ref=oh_details_o00_s00_i00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

it claims:

  • Consumable iodine in its atomic form rather than its molecular form
  • ascent Iodine is recognized by the body as the same iodine that is produced by the thyroid and is absorbed effortlessly by the body
  • Protects the body and thyroid from radiation
  • Safe for long term use
  • Helps remineralize the body in case of an iodine deficiency

 

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Bradford

Thanks for the 3 articles in the DD on Fukushima. I notice there are no comments on them (as yet). Not surprising as it's a particularly depressing and scary read. I had read 2 of them elsewhere but appreciate seeing them here.

I've also read an article that downplays the direness of the situation. At first I felt relieved as Fukushima is on my mind so much and I wondered just how bad the worse case scenario could be. But after reading these again, I'm back to being very worried.

It's not likely that the current Japanese PM will be willing to ask for international help. That leaves TEPCO in charge. The same company that created the problem. So, I'm assuming something will go wrong and it's just a matter of how bad it turns out to be. I confess to really freaking out about Fukushima. The situation is far from being under control. Once they start to pull the rods, all hell could break loose.

I hope others here will read the articles and their links and we can talk about it. I would really like to believe it's not as bad as it appears to be. But I'm afraid it is.

Joyce

 

 

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Good link thanks.

In this world of cloak and dagger that we live in I seem to learn more everyday. With so many question marks hanging over recent monstrous historical events, that are supported by so much evidence, but rejected offhand by the vested interests operating the mainstream, it is not beyond the realms of possibility that Fukushima is another one of these.

There is no limit in my opinion to the depths that hidden forces will go to, in order to force their will onto others. 

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