posted on Jul, 1 2012 @ 03:21 AM
Originally posted by silo13
reply to post by RoyalBlue
Strangely - (and I mean very strangely enough) - a news 'alert' was only just now pronounced on the local TV here (in Sicily) stating the 'problem had
been resolved at Fukishima'...
Now of course that's good news. That they're covering it here? Pretty scary. It must have been (or still is?) a big deal.
Wow, did the news alert state specifically what was fixed? That is pretty scary. It reminds me of sometime soon after the March 11 Tsunami, when
the news leaked out that Hillary Clinton offered military planes of special coolant for the reactors, before Tepco had even said there was a huge
problem with the reactors, and the news tried to play it down saying she was over-reacting. Then I heard how the leader of Russia offered the
Japanese people land to evacuate to, from a little news blurp, and again played down like he was misinformed, there WAS NO situation, and we all know
how that played out! It's the little news blurps that no one pays attention to, yet reveals so much, even when they say "all's well, nothing to worry
This would be fitting that Tepco releases info of possible impending doom to the media AFTER they have actually fixed the near catastrophic situation
(at least for the moment). That way they can claim they were being forthright and offering updates to the public, but in reality long AFTER the near
catastrophy had been averted for the meantime. You know, they wouldn't want to actually "scare" the public before knowing if they have a fix.
edit on 1-7-2012 by RoyalBlue because: (no reason given)