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Japan’s reactors are a threat…so we invade libya?

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Marti Oakley (c)copyright 2011 All Rights reserved

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 While I would love to believe that we invaded Libya for “humanitarian purposes”, the truth is more likely to be far less noble. 

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Is it just me, or does anyone else out there find it strange that with the nuclear reactors in Japan bellowing out huge streams of smoke, one of them at least in the process of full meltdown and signaling their dwindling stability, and the threat of global radiation contamination, that the UN and our own government chose this time to attack Libya? 

We didn’t attack Tunisia when the people there revolted, and we sure didn’t go into Egypt when those people revolted and we wouldn’t think of attacking Greece as the Greeks rebelled against the thugs running their government, but we will attack Libya under the cover of “protecting humanity” from Ghadafi while the reactors in Japan smolder.  Well when the hell did we get so sanctimonious? I think it was most likely when a few multi-national corporations identified major water and oil resources they would like to hi-jack and Libya refused to co-operate. 

I noticed that when the people of Syria began revolting and “security” forces opened fire on them, we sure didn’t fly to their rescue.  Of course, we were attempting to establish better relations with Syria what with all that oil in their country and of course their strategic location in the mideast that would be of benefit if (when?) we decide to attack other nations in the area. 

“The two were killed when security forces opened fire on Friday on civilians taking part in a peaceful protest demanding political freedoms and an end to corruption in Syria, which has been ruled under emergency laws by President Bashar al-Assad’s Baath Party for nearly half a century.”

But now, perched on the edge of what likely will be a disaster of unthinkable global proportions, we and several other countries under UN orders, attack Libya, cause gosh darn it!  That Ghadafi guy is a bad man and he’s firing on his own people.  Yeah…….like our government has not done that here at home. And our government uses sonic weapons, ADS microwave weapons and a host of other high tech and highly deadly creations intended for no other reason than crowd control of US citizens exercising their constitutional rights.  How quickly we forget Ruby Ridge and Waco.  And how about when our own government used its sonic weapons on protesters at the summit in Philadelphia?  Just to name a few. More

Japan’s “gusher”: A world crisis?

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Marti Oakley (c)copyright 2011 All Rights Reserved

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“Where is all the feigned concern from WHO experts? From CDC experts?   Where is all the data they normally gather and produce and flood the public with in order to cement in our minds that some terrible something or other is out there just waiting to get us?  Why the silence?”

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Saving the reactors?We are watching what will be a slow death for many Japanese as radiation continues to escape from the nuclear reactors.  The question on everyone’s mind is, “Why aren’t they sealing the reactors like they did in Chernoble?”  Who in their right mind tries to shower an increasingly unstable nuclear reactor with sea water in an attempt to cool the core when millions of lives are at stake not only in Japan, but also around the world as leaked radiation is carried into the jet stream?  And what if efforts to cool the reactors aren’t successful?  This is a question almost too unbearable to contemplate. 

MSM news this morning; it was reported that the sea water being used seems to be working in cooling the damaged reactors. The tag line running at the bottom of the screen reported that radiation is now being detected in Tokyo’s water supply. 

My concern here, aside from what is going to happen to the Japanese, is, what is going to be the result around the world as this crisis is allowed to continue to super-crisis status?  We’ve seen this before, right here in America.  First it was Katrina, then the BP Oil disaster.  In these two cases, as in Japan, there appears to be a somewhat slower response to the crisis than one would imagine, and an avoidance of what is known from similar disasters to be the faster most effective way of stopping damage and loss of life which could be of epic proportions if preventative action isn’t taken quickly.

In addition to these thoughts, I cannot help but note the lack of the usual non-stop, beat you to death with it til your sick of it, reporting in MSM.  Heck, I probably would know more about Charlie Sheen right now if I watched these “news” shows, than I do about the current status of the people in Japan and the reactors.  It seems we get a few blips here and there about this pending global disaster and then off to Hollywood we go to talk about how much cocaine Sheen might be using everyday.  Like I give a rat’s hiney.  More

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