The mainstream media is reporting that one of the reactors at the Fukushima Plant at Japan is melting down. I guess it is a good thing that we have this conflict over in Libya to take our minds off the radiation; otherwise we might be scared stupid. But then stupid must assuredly be what those in power think we are.
Since the earthquake and tsunami that facilitated the failure at the nuclear power plant, those who purport to be in charge of informing us have inundated us with a thousand little assertions that all contradict one another, in an effort to keep us in a state of uncertainty, when the situation on its face dictates that the consequences of the disaster are dire and destined to be worldwide.
We are literally watching the whole island of Japan being slowly but surely made uninhabitable by the radiation. And why won’t they just come out and tell us this? Because the next question would have to be, “Where are 140 million Japanese going to be relocated?”
I have to believe that the lion’s share is going to wind up here in the good old U.S.A. And why not, as we are a nation of plenty and we owe the Japanese people if you think about it, as we are the ones who brought them into the nuclear age. Face it; we need that Japanese skilled labor to produce the parts we need for everything from our automobiles to our televisions.
I think we are about to find out just how much of our country has been purchased by the Japanese in the last forty years.
As for the American unemployed, well you folks are just going to have to move over a little further. And as for the middle class, you are going to have to give on this one too, as the Japanese people have proven that they are far better workers than you, and should by right, in examining the situation from a world view, be given your jobs, homes, and all other property that by rights should have been theirs all along.
Do you think it can’t happen? Wanna bet?
It might be interesting to note that radiation from Japan is now showing up in rainwater on the U.S. west coast. But not to worry, it’s not going to get in the plant life, and then animal life, hence in our food chain. That stuff only happens in movies. Do not fear what the government is telling you, but rather fear what they are not.