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Tonight's guest has worked for the National Security agency with an above top secret clearance specializing in Electronic Warfare. He also has extensive experience in automated industrial control systems, as well as an extensive background in computers and advanced electronics. He has dedicated his life to exposing the works of the elite from a technology standpoint and has achieved a unique status which enables him to commit a vast amount of time to research complex and demanding subjects.
He is here tonight to discuss his study into the events leading up to the disaster at Fukushima, and to offer a well researched opinion on what the future holds for Fukushima, Japan, and the rest of the world.
1)- The Earthquake was not 9.0 but 6.2, as reported by all station.
2)- Reactor #4 was disassembled in repair, so, how could it explode/meltdown?
3)- Rectors were huge and case hardened, but, were completely destroyed by a supposed hydrogen blast?
4- The automatic backup systems were told to stand down and needed no power to work (being powered by steam!).
5)- There was NO earthquake damage from the largest quake ever to hit Japan before the Tsunami hit.
There is SOOOO much more... ending with proof they were destroyed by a nuke NOT the earthquake or Tsunami. Follow along from his webpage as Jim shows step by step proof, this was not an act of nature, but, and act of war.
In two previous articles, I summarized Jim Stone's argument that Israel destroyed the Fukushima Daiichi reactors. Since that time, many in the "truth" community have voiced discomfort with his former NSA affiliation.
Granted, the NSA is a spook organization. But evil is highly compartmentalized. If the NSA gets hold of a real brainiac, and he happens to be a patriot, a man with morals and principles, they are likely to harness his brainpower while keeping him in the dark about goings on that might trouble his sleep at night.
How can we assess Jim Stone? Let's examine what he has done.
Fukushima 50 is the alias given by the media to a group of employees at the crippled Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant. Following the 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami, a related series of nuclear accidents resulted in a serious fire at the plant's unit 4 on 15 March 2011, these 50 employees remained on-site after 750 other workers were evacuated.
After TEPCO management proposed withdrawing all its employees from the plant on 14 March, additional manpower was deployed from around Japan. Some workers traveled on clear roads by convoy from Tokyo. When they arrived, hundreds of firemen, SDF personnel and employees of TEPCO, convened 20 km from the plant and debated how to best stabilize the plant. On the night of 15 March, these workers joined the original Fukushima 50. In the following days, extra workers continued to be added, and the Fukushima 50 remained the name used by media to refer to the group of workers at Fukushima.
The number of the workers involved rose to 580 on the morning of 18 March as staff from the Kashiwazaki-Kariwa Nuclear Power Plant and workers installing the new power line joined in. More than 1,000 workers, firefighters and soldiers were toiling at the site on 23 March. The Fukushima 50 were drawn from Toshiba, Hitachi, Kajima, firefighters from Tokyo, Osaka, Yokohama, Kawasaki, Nagoya and Kyoto, TEPCO and its subsidiaries such as Kandenko, TEP Industry and TEP Environmental Engineering, and many small-to-mid-size companies that have contracts with these big companies.
It would appear, Mr. Stone, that your investigative work (below report) is gaining some traction on the Net (below… and your letter to Mr. Rense).
It is becoming more difficult to dismiss your comments. Your photos and supplemental information are looking more like a strong testament to the high level of technical care that the Japanese exercised in reinforcing the Fukushima facility.
The camera bomb would have been much more destructive if the Japanese had constructed a weak facility. It looks like they did their homework and they knew what they were doing.
But what happens when the Japanese people begin to understand that the tsunami bomb and the Fukushima camera bomb were party favors supplied by the Mossad?
There would have to be some serious blow back from that somewhere down the line. And the Japanese have no constraints with respect to schedules, deadlines or performance review dates.
They can bide their time and return responses to the Israeli party favors whenever they please.
If the Mossad committed acts of war on Japanese soil, would the Japanese be out of order to send a nuclear “thank you notes” back to Israeli? And who says that the Japanese have to deliver their messages with any particular level of nuclear “punch”? What if they decide to spread nuclear waste around cities in Israel? What if they decide to send operatives into Israel with suitcase or backpack nukes?
The situation in Israel could become unlivable via several different methods. The nuclear brinksmanship game is an extremely dangerous game to play. And the civilian populations always end up on the dirty end of the stick.
What else is new? And what happens when the low level party game is over and it becomes nuclear kung fu… or jujitsu? But you get the idea.
Also, with 63 nuclear reactors at 18 different locations, Fukushima is not the only source of enriched materials that the Japanese have access to. They have a many more reactor sources and lots of materials to play with. They can furnish enriched nuclear materials to Iran any time they please.
Originally posted by jadedANDcynical
What if he's a reporter who has snuck onto the site and is taking as many pictures from as many locations as he can?
I also do not think that we are seeing exposed fuel rods but merely rebar.
Taking a look at the above image, we see several things:
1) The yellow line represents the level of the service floor, which is the same as the tops of any and all pools; spent fuel, dryer separator, skimming surge tank, the reactor well, etc. Remember, the water was originally almost to the level of the yellow line. How much of the structure remaining below that level does anyone think would hold water?
2) The red indicated area is either what was once the side of the Dryer Separator Pool, or the Area that was once between the SFP and the edge of the reactor building. See diagram below.
3) The green indicated portions of the structure represent portions of the original superstructure of the building having been folded 180 degrees down from where they once stood, with the top of the green rectangles being the "hinge" where the concrete pillars bent whilst swinging out and down. This is one of the strongest pieces of evidence I have seen for a lateral component to the blast.
For reference, again I offer the following diagram of the general arrangement (have yet to see an overhead diagram similar to these, if anyone has one please share) for comparison's sake. Note the elevations of each of the above mentioned structures.
for the strength of the earthquake, just look at the buildings in the videos when the tsunami hits. There is no visible destruction from a earthquake and this is supposed to be a 9.0?
'Stuxnet, a computer virus designed to attack servers isolated from the Internet, such as at power plants, has been confirmed on 63 personal computers in Japan since July, according to major security firm Symantec Corp.
The virus does not cause any damage online, but once it enters an industrial system, it can send a certain program out of control.'