Japan’s Nuclear Breakdown: A Warning To All the World

posted by admin @ 2:31 AM
December 20, 2011

Even the muted media admits that the nuclear disaster in Japan ranks high among the top ten news stories in 2011.  But, unlike many other stories that made high news this year, repercussions from Japan’s weakened nuclear system echo continuously in that nation and around the world.

The 46-foot high ocean wave set off by a 9 mg earthquake not only ripped through that island nation, it now threatens the international nuclear power industry, the integrity of national governments and their reporting media, the international farm and sea-food industries, and the foundations of modern life.

Within two months after the meltdown of Japan’s Fukushima Daiichi power plant, Germany announced plans to shut down its 17 nuclear reactors, and Switzerland, Italy and Belgium soon followed suit.  AFP International News reveals cancellation of half the new projects planned by the International Atomic Energy Agency: “no new construction in developed countries and a 15 percent reduction in the number of existing power stations.”  Only Asia, particularly China and India, still plough on to seek nuclear power.

Radioactive water keeps leaking from Japan’s damaged reactors, and because of citizen outcries, the government will not allow Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) to release anymore of its contaminated water into the ocean.         Just last week, TEPCO said that “150 liters (40 US gallons) of highly radioactive waste water including harmful strontium, a substance linked to bone cancers, was believed to have also found its way into the open ocean from a leaky water-treatment system.”  Fishermen scream that this junk is killing their industry.  And the average Japanese citizen believes that eventually it will also kill them.

Yesterday’s Los Angeles Times ran a story to illustrate that Japan’s younger generation no longer believes what the government or its national media says. That the Japanese government and the country’s nuclear industry are joined at the hip––with major media in servitude to them both––is now evident.  Instead, citizens there rely more and more on the internet for glimpses of truth.

A little known physicist, Ryugo Hayano of Tokyo University, who before Fukushima had a slight following on Twitter, now has 150,000 people coming to his site daily for the latest news on radioactivity.  “One Internet site has . . 600,000 comments by people describing how they no longer believe the reassurances issued by either the central government or TEPCO about nuclear safety.”

No wonder governments hurry to shut down the Internet.  As readers of Bible prophecies know, Fukushima is but a foretaste of Revelation, Chapter 6, wherein two-thirds of the world’s population will be wiped out.  Only nuclear power, whether in industry or bombs, has the reach to effect such world-wide death.  Only those who understand Japan’s warning can hold back that tide.

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