Japan’s Fukushima Power Plant and Dirty Bombs

Obama releases his birth certificate.  The royal wedding entrances the world.  Bin Laden is killed.  All of these events have occurred in just one week.  It gives the feeling that we have moved into a new era and it is not a good one.  In the past week there has not been one mention of the Fukushima Power Plant.  No updates in reference to radiation levels; in the land, air, or sea. They are not even telling us at what stage of meltdown the plant is currently in.  I don’t know about you but these matters are far more important to me than Obama’s birth certificate, some royal getting wed in another country, or a terrorist getting killed.

One thing that did strike an interest with me in the mainstream propaganda was the report that said WikiLeaks documents show several communications wherein it is asserted that there are numerous dirty bombs in Europe and the United States that Muslim extremists have said would be detonated if Osama Bin Laden was killed.  I find this very interesting as the detonation of a couple of dirty bombs in Europe and the United States would have to make tracking the radiation coming out of Japan a lot more difficult.

As I have said in earlier articles I believe the Japanese should be forced to pay retribution to the United States for the radiation from their plant that will be directly affecting us for generations to come.  It would be a sweet deal indeed for TEPCO and the Japanese if some dirty bombs went off and negated their liability.  Yes, I do believe the international elite are insane enough to perpetrate such an act. 

Why the news blackout on the Fukushima Plant?  As the release of radiation has to be constant and continual it would seem logical to think that the levels around the world, again in the air, land, and ocean, have to be rising and concentrating.  If you try to look at it rationally there are at least three nuclear reactors in different stages of meltdown, not to mention the exposed plutonium rods, and there is not a word about it on the news.  I don’t know about you but I want to know. 

I also want to know about the exports from Japan coming to the United States.  Let’s face it; the whole damn county’s radiated to one degree or another.  So if a Toyota car comes here, do you think it might be too?  And who’s checking these things?  More importantly, can they be trusted to tell us the truth?

The World Trade Organization supposes to have the power to negate any law around the world that adversely affects commerce.  Would this include any law that says you cannot export or import radiated products without at least giving notice?

I believe there is a serious cover up going on and there can be no doubt that when it comes to our lives or their money, their money will win out every time. 

Just some food for thought and I hope it is not radiated.

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