Search This Blog

Friday, February 6, 2015

Fukushima is a weighty matter/ ISIS threatens to reproduce these results!

Thirty years ago nuclear plants were part of the United States landscape and life was proceeding fairly smoothly. Thirty years ago I wrote the first edition of a novel called, "The Nuclear Catastrophe". It was published in hard cover and shortly thereafter  the Three Mile Island Nuclear Reactor (in Pennsylvania) had a meltdown.which was largely covered up and discounted - except by those who experienced it up close and personal. Chernobyl came and went - Chernobyl is located closer to New York than Fukushima is to Los Angeles. That was the Ukraine and again, not much information was released, but the land affected is still uninhabitable today. Then when the Fukushima nuclear disaster occurred, the original novel became an accurate prediction of the future. Following these events with sadness, I wrote "#Betrayal", a novel of the actions of the government, the Japanese Mafia, all betrayals, large and small. Things are progressively deteriorating. Pacific Ocean wildlife is dying off, Fukushima area cancers are said to be skyrocketing. And ISIS wants to take over the world.

I have been successful in looking into the future as outlined above. Please take a moment to read my latest novel which suggests what is coming next: "Nuclear Road Trip - Onward to Destruction".  ISIS has picked a target and intends to far surpass what happened on 9/11. We will all be affected if we do not secure our nuclear power plants.

                          Please read and share your thoughts with the world.

Tokyo Olympics Announce TEPCO As Main Sponsor, While 140,000 still displaced by Fukushima

  • 5,428

  • 1
The Japanese Government has announced that TEPCO ( Tokyo Electric Power Company ) will be the Main Sponsor
 for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. Truth is stranger than fiction, you just can’t make this stuff up.
TEPCO, thats right, the same company behind the biggest Nuclear Disaster Cover-up in human history.
 TEPCO’s slogan for the Games is ” Giving Our Olympic Athletes The Energy They Need “. A barrage
 of sarcastic jokes could be employed here if it wasn’t for the seriousness and urgency of the situation. 
How the Japanese Government in conjunction with the Japanese Olympic Committee  ‘( JOC ) and 
the International Olympic Committee  ( IOC ) can endorse TEPCO as the main sponsor is beyond me. 
I can only imagine how the people affected by the disaster must feel.
Lets consider this for a moment, coming up on the 4 year anniversary of the disaster, there are still 
140,000 people still ‘ officially displaced ‘. The Central Government has divided the land into three
 zones, ‘ never to return ‘ and  ‘return for short periods ‘ and ‘ in preparation for return ‘. If your house
 happened to fall into the ‘ never to return ‘ category, you had well and truly lucked out. Some of those 
families have been shuffled in and out, of as many as 10 shelters since the disaster.
As the Japanese Government spends billions of dollars on the new Olympic Stadium and $385 Million
on Hydrogen Fuel Cell Technology for the 2020 games, there are still 1000s of families uncertain about
their future. Is it too much to ask that those people who have been displaced by the disaster should 
receive traditional Japanese hospitality, such as new homes and the rebuilding of communities. The 
government along with TEPCO should work to speed up the process of compensation. If you consider 
that 90% of those people who have died after the initial disaster were over the age of 65, the Government 
needs to be doing more to help the elderly.
The Tokyo 2020 Organizers have stated that their goal for the games is ‘ to achieve a warm n cuddly 
Games ‘ and statements like “Hug Fest’s between athletes like those seen in the Women’s Snowboard 
Competitions at Sochi – will be mandatory. All athletes regardless of sexual orientation, will hug 
their teammates before and after each event. For spectators, flash-mob hugging sessions are encouraged “. 
I hope I’m not the only one that sees the hypocrisy here. Wouldn’t it be nice if the Japanese Government 
showed the 140,000 ‘ officially displaced ‘people the same hospitality offered to the visiting Athletes. 
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has publicly stated on numerous occasions that the unique Japanese 
cultural sense of ‘ omotenashi ‘ was a major factor in winning the bid for the 2020 Games. Lets not 
forget that the 140,000 ‘ officially displaced ‘ are Japanese.
Unfortunately I see this as another sign of the degeneration of society. When you have all charges 
gainst TEPCO Officials dropped, when you have the Government spending billions on simulated 
pre-determined outcome sporting events, when you have the Japanese Mafia in charge of the 
Fukushima clean up process, when you have homeless Japanese being recruited to work in the
clean up of nuclear material, when you have Tokyo officials claiming that ‘ radiation doesn’t affect 
people who smile ‘ and that ‘ Fukushima residents should be thankful,  because now they are 
world famous ‘ then we are living in a society that has had our moral compass sucked into a black hole.
References :

No comments:

Post a Comment