posted on Sep, 14 2013 @ 02:27 PM
Statement contradicts assurances of Japanese PM, comes as fresh steam is spotted billowing from reactor
"I’m sorry, but we consider the situation is not under control."
Those were the words of Kazuhiko Yama#a, executive-level fellow for Fukushima plant operator Tokyo Electric Power Company when he was pressed by the
opposition Democratic Party of Japan.
His statements directly contradict the claims of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzō Abe, who assured the International Olympic Committee meeting in
Buenos Aires Saturday that the situation is under control.
I wanted to share this latest incompetence from TEPCO and the Japanese Government.
The comments after the article articulate many people's frustration with the lack of world response to this catastrophe.
This is what the G20 summit should have been discussing - not the Transpacific Trade Partnership and a EU financial treaty and Syria.
Is it denial - psychological denial. On the part of Japan, I do think so. But the rest of the worlds leaders?
It's insanity like this that makes me wonder if David Icke is on to something. At a certain level of, shall we say, power, people turn into monsters.
It seems to be universal today.
And just what is the agenda of these monsters? A rational human being would realize that there is no wealth, power or life without the health, work
and good-will of billions of others.
An alien - I've no idea what their motivations could be - other then total destruction of human life and the radical change of the climate of the
Earth. That's crazy talk. But FACTS about situations like fukushima drive me to insanity.
I've just recently rewatched the entire Stargate SG-1 series and was particularly effected by the Ori storyline. A race of energy beings that derive
their existance and powers from the worship of 'lower' beings and seek to destroy any that don't worship them. So much truth in that. In fact the
whole series revolves around the concept of 'false gods'.
Who can say what is going on..... Best to just keep moving forward and remain aware, not judge and do the best I can.....
edit on 14-9-2013
by FyreByrd because: forgot linke