Fukushima was (is) one of the most unexpected events of the 21st Century.
It is also one of the strangest.
And the strange facts related to it are legion.
To begin with, a Tsunami of majestic proportions caught the most tsunami-prepared nation in the world completely by surprise.
No advance warning.
No sudden evacuation.
The waters just welled up and overwhelmed a clueless population.
That was strange.
It was strange because Japan has the most modern and comprehensive tsunami warning system in the world.
The second strange fact consisted of there not seeming to be any undersea earthquake worthy of the name to trigger the tsunami in the first place.
(The Japanese seem to have stumbled upon a new phenomenon: tsunami's triggered by something other than undersea earthquakes.)
The third strange fact is Fukushima.
It seems the welling waters of the tsunami not only jumped Fukushima's Dai Ichi Nuclear Power Plant's protective sea walls, but flooded its reserve back up generators as well.
This led to the famous resulting meltdown and the radioactive situation we are in today.
But before proceeding, let me state the already obvious: Fukushima was a 'managed event, like 9/11 and the Oklahoma City.
By 'managed' I mean the facts behind the event have been manipulated by the media to such an extent that we not only know very little about the truth, but ignore crucial and important facts about the event.
Events that cannot be explained or are too controversial to explain are simply ignored by the media...completely.
These types of crucial ignored events are the proverbial 'elephants in the room.'
No Major Earthquake
There was no earthquake of the intensity necessary to trigger the tsunamis that hit Japan.
There was indeed a small earthquake...the equivalent of a major tremor.
The earthquake that affected dry land (and the sea) was mild.
If the undersea epicenter of the supposed 9.0 intensity earthquake which occurred on 3-11-11 was forty miles off the city of Sendai, then Sendai would have felt at least a 7.0 intensity quake.
The great earthquake of Kobe (1995) was a 7.0.
Whatever happened at Sendai was NOT a 7.0.
No broken windows, no downed power poles, no collapsing cottages. In fact, not much of anything except the surprise and alarm you would expect from a mild tremor.
In effect, what is seen in all the video footage is a mild tremor, of the type know to occur periodically in Japan, NOT a 7.0, 8.0 or 9.0 intensity earthquake.
You can see the tsunami waves wash over an intact city – no fires, no cracks...not even a broken window (compare this with pictures of the Kobe 7.0 earthquake)
So if a 9.0 intensity earthquake acutally happened 40 miles off the coast of Japan (as asserted) the tsunamis would have been washing over a city basically on fire and in ruins, struck down by the biggest quake in its modern history!
Question #1 : how could a 9.0 intensity quake whose epicenter is 40 miles away feel like a 3.0 tremor in the coastal city of Sentai?
Strange Fact #2: NO STEAM CLOUD
Like everyone else, the explosion of Fukushima Dai Ichi's reactors got my attention!
Let me repeat, THE REACTORS EXPLODED!
Not once, not twice, but three times.
The event of a nuclear reactor exploding is a major event.
Not just an alarming event, or an emergency, but a RUN-FOR-YOUR-LIVES-EVERYONE-FOR -THEMSELVES Event!
But like many false flag operations, the result was suspect.
Nuclear reactors run on steam.
An explosion is caused by there not being enough water to keep the reactors cooled, followed by the development of super-heated steam.
(a nuclear reactor is itself basically a glorified steam engine)
So where was the steam cloud?
The Chernobyl disaster set off a gigantic steam cloud, announcing to everyone within 40 miles a major disaster had occurred.
No such thing at Fukushima.
The explosions there resembled those set off by standard explosives, and in fact, were rather small and disappointing as far as steam driven nuclear plant explosions were concerned.
Again, where was the gigantic steam cloud that such an event would have produced?
Strange Fact #3: NOT ENOUGH CONTAMINATION
As you can imagine by simply referring to the Chernobyl nuclear disaster
An exploding reactor is a MAJOR EVENT.
It basically requires the surrounding population to run for their lives immediately (and even then it is probably too late to save them).
The Chernobyl disaster required that 1660 square miles be evacuated IMMEDIATELY.
With Fukushima, the government's requirement was only 180 square miles.
So my question is this: If the reactor(s) exploded, 1) where was the steam cloud and 2) why aren't most of the people within 100 square miles DEAD?
Horrible questions to ask, but necessary.
If Fukushima was an actual serial reactor explosion, your would have been looking at the rapid depopulation of a large part of the Japanese islands!
But no such thing ever developed.
The government just switched over to “everything is under control mode” and reassured everyone that things would start getting back to normal.
If the Fukushima reactors actually did explode catastrophically, the Japanese government would have had no choice but to declare a national emergency, complete with stacks of dead and dying.
So the lack of steam cloud, the lack of casualties and the government's laid back response to an obvious emergency of epic proportions continued to puzzle me...until I read what Jim Stone had to say.
Who is Jim Stone?
Jim Stone is former NSA analyst with expertise in nuclear power plants.
Being from the NSA alone qualifies Stone as suspicious, but the reactions to his revelations (along with the obvious Fukushima irregularities) give credence to him as being a legitimate whistle blower.
Jim Stone approached Henry Makow (amongst others) with his analysis of the Fukushima incident.
He mentioned the earthquake intensity (clearly seen in all related March 11 videos) was not even close to being the 9.0 monster that supposedly triggered the tsunamis.
Stone mentioned that Reactor-4, which exploded, was not only shut down...but had no nuclear fuel and had even had its protective dome removed!
Furthermore, the diesel fueled emergency generators were sealed underground in waterproof compartments which WERE NEVER FLOODED.
If that weren't enough, the diesel reactors were really just a back-up for the main emergency back up system...GENERATORS DRIVEN BY THE STEAM OF THE REACTORS THEMSELVES.
Fukushima DID, in fact, have a lot of safety redundancy, in other words, it was a well protected nuclear power plant.
Stone also supplied plenty of pictures from the site proving his assertions.
Amongst these assertions was the fact that an Israeli company called Magna BSP was recently hired to place security measures at the plant.
Magna is based in Dimona, Israel (as nuclear bomb producing faclility at Dimona, Israel).
Magna placed some security cameras housed in suspiciously large armored boxes at the location of the nuclear reactors.
Stone assserts these these boxes contained not cameras but mini-nukes.
All of Magna's security measures, undoubtedly included the insertion of Israel's famed 'Stuxnet' computer virus which had just got done messing up Iran's underground uranium refinement facilities.
Stuxnet, apparently, was now present at Fukushima.
The Magna Israeli team left on cue a week before the disaster – none were present at the time of the incident.
The bombs and the virus were left dormant until a red flag event could justify their deployment.
That event came by way of the March 11 earthquake.
All the irregularities of that quake have already been mentioned, especially the incapacity of a quake that small to create tsunamis.
Stone's reading of the sudden geologic spikes in or near the Japan Trench hints at a nuclear device having been implanted in the trench to cause the tremor (were these the nuclear devices stolen from Minot AFB via Barksdale AFB in 2007?).
But whatever the cause of the quake (nukes or HAARP), the March 11 tremor provided the excuse triggering the tsunamis and blowing up Fukushima.
Now, I must admit that even my imagination must be stretched a bit to conclude they can set off earthquakes with nukes in undersea trenches, but I am neither a nuclear nor tectonic expert.
Whatever the case may be, the events don't add up.
The underground diesel generators were never flooded, but were mysteriously disconnected from the grid, as were the steam-driven emergency generators.
Stuxnet at work.
No wonder the Japanese were baffled and at a loss to explain what had just happened.
In truth, the perfectly viable, workable and functioning Japanese generators had been incapacitated by Stuxnet.
The world's expert terrorists par excellence had struck again.
And Stuxnet is looking to be a specialized nuclear-sabotaging computer virus – a threat of the worse sort.
As Stone puts it (and provided photographic proof supporting it), Reactor 4 had been completely shut down and de-fueled and was having its steel shroud replaced – in other words, was completely inert – when it blew up.
Stone has no explanation for what happened to Reactor-3 – its not even there any more, and seems to have been completely disintegrated (again, was reactor 3 in the same condition of reactor-4? This would go far in explaining the absence of a steam cloud) a feat that could only be accomplished by a nuclear device.
The cherry on the cake was Jeff Rense's reaction to Henry Makow's featuring of Jim Stone's findings on his site (which was linked to Renses webpage).
Rense went ballistic.
He immediately deleted Makow's link from his site and told Makow he was permanently expelled.
He accused Makow of spreading histeria, disinformation and of collaborating with a government agent provocateur.
He followed this up with some personal comment denigrating Makow.
Can you spell h-i-s-t-e-r-i-a boys and girls?
How about p-a-n-i-c---m-o-d-e?
And Rense did definitely go into a form of hysterical panic mode over what amounted to just one more wild article at his site.
I mean, a site that features the undecipherable ramblings of the Dog Poet and explains that shape-shifting reptilians area about to launch WW-III can accommodate one more crazy article about Fukushima being a false flag operation, right?
It was as if Jeff Rense had received a royal command from above to 'get that Makow guy out of your site yesterday!'
Even poor Jeffy Rense seemed unprepared and disheveled at his sudden order to drop-kick Henry Makow, coming up with lame excuses (if you can even call them that).
Rense's actions upon a fellow conspiracy researcher shocked the conspiracy community, and, to be honest, cost him a lot of points with his followers and degraded his standing.
What followed was an unfortunate mudslinging contest of private life factoids between Rense and Makow which ended up bringing them both down and in which (unfortunately) an embitterd Henry Makow chose to participate.
In my book, Rense's reaction to Makow's posting Fukushima expose exposed Jeff Rense as an Illuminati shill (and that's all the 'private' information I really care about).
Needless, to say, yes...
...Jim Stone is on the run, hiding and in fear of his life. You can't just expose a major NSA-Mossad operation like Fukushima and expect to be overlooked.
Jeff Rense's reaction indicates just how sensitive all this information is to the Mossad-NSA-CIA-Illuminati clique – it simplye does NOT have to get out.
But outed it has.
The follow up is even more fantastic (but unfortunately, not increible).
It seems the government of Japan has been threatened by the Israeli Mossad against declaring Fukushima to have been a terrorist strike by an outside power.
It seems they more more nukes in the Japan trench ready for more tsunamis (or worse).
Notice that the new Prime Minister of Japan is a hard core nationalist.
This is a definite reaction by the Japanese Zaibatsu against an outside threat.
The threat against the Japanese government seems far fetched until you recall our own President of the United States was 'threatened' after 9/11 with calls directly to Air Force One which apparently made clear all the presidential codes were in their hands.
The nature of these threats have never been made known to the American public.
But the cover-up of the 9/11 Mossad terrorist attack on the United States is well known.
In addition to this, the irregularities of Fukushima continue, especially when it comes to radiation.
The radiation levels in and around Fukushima are sub par for a nuclear catastrophe of the epic proportions Fukushima was said to have been (even the Fukushima 50 who were at the core of the catastrophe are still alive).
Radioactive fish and especially tuna has been showing up at alarming rates. Tuna is an open ocean deep sea going fish. No one has bothered to explain how a deep sea open ocean fish like tuna can become so highly radioactive from an atmospheric release of radiation. The detonation of a deep sea nuclear device would readily explain this.
The other forms of radiation poisoning attributed to Fukushima are even more disturbing.
Airline stewardesses are complaining off hair loss and other radiation symptoms.
Radioactive milk is making an appearance (the record for highest rate of radiation was set right here in Arizona , of all places).
Geiger counters are picking up radiation not just in the West Coast, but he Midwest and East.
Granted that all these and disparate and highly radioactive locations might be attributed to the eccentric flow pattern of the Jet Stream, there are still questions.
Why is the sodium fluoride (imported from China) which is used in our water supply now radioactive?
Why are traces of radiation being detected in our fertilizer?
Why have truckloads of radioactive dust been caught being imported from Mexico (under justifiable premises, of course).
Why are Geiger counters giving off readings in the most disparate areas?
All of this is attributed to Fukushima, but any thinking person will react with scepticism.
Fukushima, an incident that killed few if any people, is spreading radiation far and wide to the entire world?
Is that the truth or merely a cover-up for the deliberate poisoning of population centers through other means?
Is Fukushima being used as a cover for the radioactive poisoning of America and other parts of the world?
My advice: get yourself a good Geiger counter.