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worldwide all life is in serious trouble, this is a picture slide-show that gives some impression of the consequences of pollution, accompanied by an impressive sound-track and text


this next one is some music on the same issue: fukushima/dead sea lions/pacific ocean sadness
Graphic/NSFW image in video thumbnail:
 
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here's some Cabin Talk by Claudia Stauber that will set your mind straight in these dOOmed days

 
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I watched ten minutes of the first video. Need I say that I found it very much less than convincing? All I saw was a series of assertions that trees were damaged in Nova Scotia with no evidence to back it up.
 

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I watched ten minutes of the first video. Need I say that I found it very much less than convincing? All I saw was a series of assertions that trees were damaged in Nova Scotia with no evidence to back it up.
I reckon local farmers did that, hoping to get compensation.
 

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at least there seems to be some covering-up going on about the severity of the damage at the fukushima-daiichi plant. Wheeping Willow2 is monitoring the situation on a daily basis and has a cynical attitude regarding the way authorities deal with the disaster. 'dream on, dream on..'


sometimes Organic Slant is not completely realistic/scientific about all the information on fukushima, but does very keen observations, without jumping to conclusions. here you can see what japan is currently doing with the immense load of polluted soil.


 
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it turns out the reactors at fukushima were built by general electric and were running on mox fuel


https://www.dailykos.com/stories/2011/3/16/956868/-

according to David Lindorff the reactors that were wrecked in Japan had design-flaws from day 1.. better designs were more expensive, so worldwide they built about 50 of these, of which 23 are in the U.S.A.



(the General Electric WEBSITE)
https://www.ge.com/

 
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according to the nuclear proctologist, out there in Fukushima they're growing rice in fields right next to the 30 million nuclear garbagebags and are forcing people to eat it, no matter any safety-standards..

 
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View attachment 8912 in japan obviously nobody in his right mind would ever eat radioactive rice and other food-products from Fukushima prefecture, apart from politicians who are trying to promote the idea that these products are safe to eat.. so they export the rice, grown next to piles of nuclear garbage, to other countries, like the UK and the EU

https://www.japantimes.co.jp/news/2...-eu-foray-with-debut-in-britain/#.V2ejUruLRGG


http://www.zennoh.or.jp/english/


Wonder how they're going to spin this in France and UK to be able to sell it? They have been selling to UK since 2016. Pretty sure it won't be labeled Fukushima Rice.
 

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this type of nuclear garbage, appearing as edible rice is called 'ten no tsubu' (meaning 'rice from the sky') and japan is also selling it to other countries, like malaysia and singapore, to japan this is just easy money. if anybody survives the exported rice, it's highly unlikely they will be able to prove in legal terms that their cancer and cesium-137 from fukushima are related, plus people who never eat any rice also will probably get cancer, because of fukushima-fallout, anyway. I think right now this specific rice is for sale, already

https://kicknuclear.com/fukushima-rice/

https://www.naturalnews.com/054510_Fukushima_rice_radiation.html

even Alex Jones has an entry on this fiasco, so there must be some kind of truth to these stories:

https://www.infowars.com/fukushima-rice-to-be-sold-in-britain/
 
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I mean, check out the condition of your local trees and plants/bushes.. after last summer 2018 they look so sad and TACKY that I can not accept it as 'a natural condition' and if God almighty or Allah or Jehova or whatever his freaking name is, has truly created humanity I will kick his ass as much as I can, promise, because I'm still alive in this hell and I don't agree all this is 'a lesson for mankind' (like islam would interpret such a fate), because humanity itself and the ecosystem won't survive this utter onslaught. I know nature just as well as cats and birds do and I can only hope people reading my posts will understand that my 'consideration/tolerance' has been pushed beyond reasonable limits now and in my personal war for life I will not put any blame on anybody personally or any (fallen) archangel: this time i.m.o. God himself has gone too far stretching my time or tolerance. (out here in the dead of night there's a hedgehog and a few cats and it's a bit chilly and I will go to hell for persisting in eloquent blasphemy, but these poor animals are breathing plutonium from mox-fuel exported from France to Fukushima every day and I won't tolerate THAT MUCH, no matter if the almighty is punishing or merciful, I won't care: God supposedly created humanity and this way God indirectly created more suffering of innocent souls, like these poor animals, so logic in me works two-fold in my heart, right now: screw humanity for DOING it and DUMP God for 'letting it happen')
 
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what a bunch of g.d. creeps, all we ever needed was guidance! and what a mess, the damage is irreparable. and what a bunch of corrupt bastards are 'running' nature if now it's obviously too late, but no God is here too help clean up the radiation in the seas and the air, because he CAN not or he WILL not, I don't care for such IDIOTS in power.. I won't WAIT for a solution and watch more species go extinct every day (total biosphere collapse) and put the blame on responsible parties besides humanity (General Electric and Areva or even Tepco), like the archangels and even the Almighty. I must excuse myself to you all, people, I am beyond myself with g.d. rage: if somebody is hurting innocent animals and even vegitation they arrive at some very bad side of me, no matter wether they're almighty, I will FIGHT every heartbeat and every breath I take. there are a few people I deem highly developed in this field and you can find them in my uploads to FTMB: dane wigington, dana durnford, claudia stauber, rev. michelle hopkins-mann, to name a few, but also these specialists show much frustration and fatigue and depression, so, if you can, please help them, sponsor them and back them up, while you still can, 'tommorow it will be TOO LATE' (claudia stauber/cabin talk)
 
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...creeps...mess...irreparable...corrupt bastards ...no God...radiation in the seas and the air... IDIOTS in power...species go extinct...(total biosphere collapse) ...beyond myself with g.d. rage...very bad side of me...I will FIGHT...frustration and fatigue and depression...tommorow it will be TOO LATE...
Step away from the espresso machine.

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what a bunch of g.d. creeps, all we ever needed was guidance! and what a mess, the damage is irreparable. a what a bunch of corrupt bastards are 'running' nature if now it's obviously too late, but no God is here too help clean up the radiation in the seas and the air, because he CAN not or he WILL not, I don't care for such IDIOTS in power.. I won't WAIT for a solution and watch more species go extinct everyday (total biosphere collapse) and put the blame on responsible parties besides humanity (General Electric and Areva or even Tepco), like the archangels and even the Almighty. I must excuse myself to you all, people, I am beyond myself with g.d. rage: if somebody is hurting innocent animals and even vegitation they arrive at some very bad side of me, no matter wether they're almighty, I will FIGHT every heartbeat and every breath I take. there are a few people I deem highly developed in this field and you can find them in my uploads to FTMB: dane wigington, dana durnford, claudia stauber, rev. michelle hopkins-mann, to name a few, but also these specialists show much frustration and fatigue and depression so, if you can, please help them, sponsor them and back them up, while you still can, 'tommorow it will be TOO LATE' (claudia stauber/cabin talk)
What is 'g. d.'?
 

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Nils Meijer,

Feel better now ?

There is nothing that you as an individual can do that will significantly alter the situation.
You simply are not powerful enough.

And anyway, it should have been done a long time ago; whatever 'it' is.

You can go about doing your personal bit to reduce pollution and waste and excessive energy consumption.
Every little helps.

But the big Boys with the power and the money who dictate how things happen are not really interested in you, me, or anyone except them selves. And they know, even the Great Orange One (who is shredding regulations so his miner buddies, mostly his base, can make a buck or two) that they will soon be dead.
I understand he is also weakening the auto emission regulations. California will collectively damn his soul for that.

So, why not use the private jet ?

Don't feel bad Nils, it isn't your fault.

And yes, I would also recommend a few less espresso.

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INT21, thank you for your concern, I must apologize: I got a bit emotional, normally this 'supposed' dialogue with God never reaches the outside world, but this time I completely lost all faith and I gave up on my souls' and higher spiritual aspirations to go to war. I must apologise to everybody, it's none of anybody's business, I won't even let archangel Gabriel or the Almighty soothe my heart. this time I'm way stubborn, I won't be bribed or corrupted into 'comfort' or 'peace' just because that would be opportune. nope, I chose to fight some righteous war, watch my soul be fried in hell, endure physical/legal/economical consequences, but really it's not anybody's business. you see it's very tempting to become more CYNICAL, but I won't fall for that! this time it's war: look! I'm inside one EU with France (who exported the goddamned MOX-fuel to Fukushima dai-ichi, plus General Electric (USA/1976) built those flawed mark-1 reactors (there's evidence they KNEW at that point in space&time it was too dangerous, but cheaper). today I don't blame Japan, but 'our' so-called NATO-allies.. please think twice, please check out my thread 'nuclear damage'
 
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Today I don't blame Japan, but 'our' so-called NATO-allies.. please think twice, please check out my thread 'nuclear damage'
I think that TEPCO needs to take a good deal of the blame for Fukushima. Much of their equipment hadn't been improved or replaced since the late 1950s. In a nation that leads the world in robotics, TEPCO had literally no assets other than rubber suits, masks and gumboots to deal with the spill. You would think they would have robotic drones with fibre-optic cables to guarantee signal, but no. They hadn't spent a penny in 40 years. Worse still, TEPCO had corruptly influenced the Japanese court system to allow them to build on a dangerous fault line, as there was no such thing as a force 8+ earthquake. However dubious France's record on nuclear related sales and extremely dangerous breeder reactors (I'm thinking Super Phoenix), Japan did more than their fair share in creating the Fukushima disaster all on their lonesome. I love Japan, and have more Japanese friends than I can easily mentally count, but theirs is a culture of saving face, collective responsibility, and passing the buck, and Fukushima is an example of what happens when that goes horrifically wrong.
 

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We need to keep in mind that the Fukushima disaster was cause by one simple error in design.

The didn't make the cooling pumps flood proof.

And the pumps were overwhelmed. They were aware of a possible flood, but not to the extent the tsunami reached.

The once in a lifetime problem that will probably not happen anyway, did happen.

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I love Japan, and have more Japanese friends than I can easily mentally count, but theirs is a culture of saving face, collective responsibility, and passing the buck, and Fukushima is an example of what happens when that goes horrifically wrong.
There's such a huge 'yes-man' culture in Japan, their whole society has to change to allow people to admit they made mistakes. Clarity and honesty at all levels required. It has to come from the top and filter down.
 

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I just had another great idea: let's just dump ALL NUCLEAR GARBAGE in France, because they created the Fukushima-ecocide, by exporting the fuel to Japan, but NO! international law (hahahaha?) LIMITS the amount of garbage being DUMPED per country, anyway, apart from using LESS EXPRESSOS, next time I will borrow sgt. Dana's M-16 machine rifle, get an ounce of FLAKKA and go on a 'hunting trip' to France..
 

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You are not having a good day, are you; Nils ?

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oh, er excuse me, INT21, just a second too late, well it could be worse but, I just came to the conclusion that I can't find peace or consolation anywhere, because of manmade highly upgraded plutonium and this time I WILL NOT FORGIVE, but yes, I must say my life is good, I am doing fine, for the time being, but I sensed the opportunity last year, what is done will not be forgiven, so why would I continue on the wrong/hypocritical side and NOT go to war? why? get ME the argument and I will quit, but even God can't provide it.. please check out 'a beatiful girl by dana' on theirtube
 

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I just had another great idea: let's just dump ALL NUCLEAR GARBAGE in France, because they created the Fukushima-ecocide, by exporting the fuel to Japan, but NO! international law (hahahaha?) LIMITS the amount of garbage being DUMPED per country, anyway, apart from using LESS EXPRESSOS, next time I will borrow sgt. Dana's M-16 machine rifle, get an ounce of FLAKKA and go on a 'hunting trip' to France..
You can't seriously blame France for what happened in Fukushima.
 

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yes, or blame greenpeace for accepting the 1999 shipping without more RESISTANCE
 

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yes, or blame greenpeace for accepting the 1999 shipping without more RESISTANCE
If they didn't buy the nuclear material from France, they'd buy it from elsewhere (UK, Russia, US).
 
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