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Disaster Calendar – 16 June 2012

Posted by feww on June 16, 2012


[June 16, 2012] Mass die-offs resulting from human impact and the planetary response to the anthropogenic assault could occur by early 2016.  SYMBOLIC COUNTDOWN: 1,369 Days Left to the ‘Worst Day’ in Human History…

  • Japan. No one is quite capable of taking pride in ignorance than the wanting in self-esteem, self-serving and ultimately corrupt Japanese politicians.
    • The Prime Minister of Japan, Yoshihiko Noda, and the country’s Industry Minister, Yukio Edano, have announced the resumption of nuclear power operations at two reactors operated by Kansai Electric Power Co at Ohi Nuclear Power Plant (Ōi NPP), in Fukui Prefecture, western Japan.
    • The reactors are the first to resume operation after they were shut down following the Fukushima meltdown, world’s worst nuclear disaster since Chernobyl.
    • More reactors elsewhere in the country are expected to follow suit.
    • There are uncorroborated reports that the incidents of birth defects in Fukui Prefecture are higher than in most of the rest of Japan.
    • It’s believed that a number of nuclear incidents have occurred at Oi NPP, but the reports were not made public.
    • It can be argued that the Japanese deserve their government. Unfortunately, nuclear disasters have global repercussions.
    • See also:

Global Disasters: Links, Forecasts and Background

One Response to “Disaster Calendar – 16 June 2012”

  1. feww said

    Lowlife Japanese authorities hid data showing radiation spread after Fukushima meltdown.

    “Japan’s nuclear watchdog and the science and technology ministry sat on the information collected by U.S. military aircraft …

    “U.S. military aircraft gathered radiation data from March 17-19 over a 45-km (28-mile) radius and found that people in an area about 25 km (15 miles) northwest of the plant – where some people were moving – were exposed to the annual permissible level of radiation within eight hours, Japanese media said.”

    “The information was passed to the Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency (NISA) and the science and technology ministry by Japan’s Foreign Ministry but neither agency passed it to the prime minister’s office [sic,] which was overseeing the evacuations.”

    A big load of horse manure! It’s highly unlikely that Japan’s Foreign Ministry didn’t inform the prime minister’s office about a major incident concerning national security.

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