Sunday, March 13, 2011 01:18 GMT Japanese
Nuclear Meltdown Confirmed: Severity and Path of Fallout Unknown
As we accurately reported earlier today, the explosion at the Fukushima
nuclear plant in Japan was the result of a nuclear meltdown of the reactor
core at the facility. The Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency (NISA)
confirmed the meltdown Saturday afternoon.
is Law The battle for the hearts and minds of America
and the West was the first battle in the war on terror, and remains
the most important battle nine and a half years after the 9/11 attacks.
Warming Did Not Cause The Japanese Earthquake Just hours after the horrific earthquake
and tsunami devastated coastal areas of Japan, global warming alarmists
like the BBC are already injecting climate change propaganda into their
coverage of the story, hastily exploiting the tragedy as a vehicle through
which to push their increasingly desperate and discredited enviro-fascist
Levels 1,000 Times Normal at Fukushima N-Plant Radiation levels in the central control
room of Tokyo Electric Power Co.’s quake-hit Fukushima No.
1 nuclear power plant stood at 1,000 times normal, the government’s
Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency said Saturday morning.
Contracting Tech Firms for Revolutions As previously reported, the US State Department
manages a vast array of extra-legal networks of NGOs, propaganda
outlets, and organizations like Movements.org that are literally
recruiting and training foreign protesters and supporting their
efforts as they return home to incite unrest and regime change.
Japanese Nuclear Plant In Peril As Thousands Evacuated Japanese authorities on Saturday were racing
to find ways to deliver new backup generators or batteries to a
nuclear power reactor whose cooling facilities were crippled by
a loss of power caused by the deadly earthquake and tsunami that
hit Japan on Friday afternoon.
88,000 People Are Missing In Japan Heartbreaking: While the death toll remains
in the low hundreds right now (officially) it seems sure to spiral
much higher. According to the Kyodo News Agency, via BBC, the official
missing persons tally is around 88,000.