But one British woman is braving the potentially lethal radiation levels to rescue animals left to die in the eerie ghost towns of the 12-mile evacuation zone.
So far, 70-year-old Elizabeth Oliver, originally from Somerset, has saved 197 dogs and 17 cats from the area, which she enters wearing a protective suit and carrying a Geiger counter.
The would-be controllers soon will do what they usually do: they will change horses. From Sumer to Egypt to Greece to Rome to Spain to Turkey to Germany to the US to... China? Let's see what the Chinese will say about a bunch of genocidal degenerates willing to fight bloody conflicts to the last Chinese soldier.
rerevisionist wrote: Has anyone written a world history of Jews, that you know of, from the revisionist perspective?
Debris from Japanese tsunami headed for Pacific 'garbage patch'
Millions of tons of debris washed out to sea from north-east Japan by the March 11 tsunami has embarked on a 10-year circuit of the Pacific, endangering shipping and wildlife.
TOKYO — Japan on Friday began restricting electricity consumption in the Tokyo and Tohoku regions, more than three months after a tsunami sent nuclear reactors into meltdown at the Fukushima Daiichi plant.
The power-saving drive, which for many began shortly after the huge March 11 quake and tsunami but which became official Friday, will last through the peak summer months to September to cut blackout risks after the loss of capacity.
Only 19 of Japan's 54 reactors are now operating, with more due to shut down for regular checks. Japan usually generates about 30 percent of its power from nuclear plants.
Electricity cuts and rationing in Japan as it very carefully thinks about the dangers of getting all 49 of its remaining nuclear reactors back up to full charge, and tests all the way before doing it, can be used by nuclear apologists as a "We told you so !" proof that we need nuclear power. But in fact Japan faces things a lot more difficult and challenging, even, than taking a leaf out of Germany and Switzerland's books and starting a total nuclear exit strategy.
To be sure the power cut effects can seem dramatic. At Nissan's headquarters in Yokohama, the air conditioning is blocked at 26 degrees. When it's hot and sticky outside it would be nice to have things cooler, but that's not an option anymore: saving power is mandatory. Air conditioning is now heavily and widely restricted, office corridors go starved of artificial light, and street lighting is so low that yet another sacrosanct facet of Japan's otherness and difference has slipped: there has been a mild uptick in historically almost unknown street crime.
Underlying this austerity-type forced energy saving we find long-term causes a lot more powerful than atomic energy, despite Japan's 55 reactors that were operating in 2010, supplying an official 28.9 percent of national electricity that year. Also that year, Japan's sovereign or national debt reached 226 percent of GDP, some 70 percent more of its GDP - the fourth largest in the world - than Greece's debt, and nearly 4 times the debt-to-GDP ratio of Spain. Japanese debt is simply the most massive in the world, not even distantly rivalled by following countries in the world debt league, such as a few heavily-indebted small countries and island states like St Kitts Nevis or Jamaica, able to achieve, if that isthe right word, a debt ratio as high as 175 percent of GDP.
Some 100 000 Japanese have been thrown out of the Total Exclusion Zone around the Fukushima site, probably forever. When or if the zone is extended as far as 50 kilometres (the same as for the same-disaster-level Chernobyl exclusion zone), as many as 100 000 more Japanese could be thrown out of their homes, farms, businesses and jobs.
rerevisionist wrote:Has anyone written a world history of Jews, that you know of, from the revisionist perspective?
nogoodendinsight wrote:Regarding Fukushima there are a lot of tidbits that were to be found over the past years. For one, Japan after the ouster of the Rockefeller-controlled government demanded that the US withdraw their occupation forces and close the base of criminal operations at Okinawa. Mr Robert Gates, Obama's defense zionist, warned Japan that they would face grave consequences if they didn't stop being obnoxious; was that idle boasting or a not-so-subtle reference to HAARP?
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