posted on Feb, 13 2012 @ 01:49 PM
Originally posted by TheEmotionalSocialist
Errrr.....So should we be freaked out or not?
I have been seeing this a bit here but have no idea what it stands for:
I'm surprised no one else has posted to help out. Lets see if I can help a bit.
TPTB = The Powers that Be. Or...another term for the NWO/Shadow Government/One World Leadership or whatever your favorite euphamism might be for
As for being freaked out....Personally? I think it has a lot to do with where you live as opposed to Pacific Coastal or deep interior. Low elevation
or high. A lot relates to it...but the fact that Japan's radioactive accident is dropping pixie dust all over the globe and has been since this began
isn't really a question. Just how much of which isotope and what the effect may be for the organic life ingesting it.
I'd like to think they are somewhat stable by the photos...but I spent more time learning on this one than was literally healthy for my thinking and
I know better. It's 'safe' to walk around because they sprayed truckload after truckload of gluey slurry to dust and other material from the
melt-downs and blowouts don't travel and fill the air. I'll bet if you give any piece of dirt a GOOD HARD kick to turn the soil, you'd see workers
all react to that and VERY dramatically. Of course, the one doing the kicking may be fatally contaminated for the prank too.
As for Google blocking things? I didn't check last night when I was replying to other things but I should have. The image date I see for Fuku itself
and the immediate area around it is 3/8/2011 and shows the early stages of destruction and all 3 buildings very much blown apart. Out in the
countryside, the date drops to 2004 pretty quick..but again, maybe they don't want to showcase the bodies of livestock by the 10's of thousands all
over the landscape. :eek: