Fukushima: World’s Worst Industrial Disaster Reveals How Nation States Are Powerless to Protect Us from Advanced Technology

To understand the title of this article you have to know about what is generally known as media gatekeepers. Gate keepers of both the left and the right persuasion are entities which make sure that some subject will not be touched upon and that others will be emphasized thus making sure our thinking gets directed towards goals the owners of said media have in mind.

The difference between media senders who propagandise and those who gate-keep is subtle. The more obvious propaganda will be more readily recognised as such like FOX for example were as those engaged in gate-keeping generally incite frustration and incomprehension about why they don’t seem to talk about certain subjects which for all intends and purposes are very much in need of being addressed.

Some of those subjects are:

One of the most under reported issues is without a doubt the efforts of a small, very rich and powerful elite to install a global governance. Most people when asked would like to stay the citizen of the country they live in with representatives they elect and they would reject the notion of the entire globe to be ruled by a small unelected group of very rich and very powerful people.

In order to achive their goal they need to operate by stealth and by manipulation so if in one of the media financed by a known gatekeeper financier states that it is not the efforts of TEPCO the owner of Fukushima nuclear power plant which are sorely lacking but the Government of Japan and in one foul swoop makes a case for the abolition of Nation states you might well ask yourself if this is an effort to use the disaster of the three meltdowns at  the plant as a scaremongering exercise to hurdle us faster towards accepting a global governance.

If that is the case I urge you to ponder the following. If a Nation state is incapable to protect you from a nuclear disaster than what do you expect a small unelected elite ruling this planet to do if somewhere along the line a next nuclear disaster awaits.


The nuclear crisis brings key questions about our system of social organization to the fore, and the answers may influence what the world looks like in the future.
June 27, 2011
 The day after the disastrous level-nine earthquake that triggered the tsunami and the Fukushima nuclear crisis, March 12, an Israeli expert on air quality and poisoning, Professor Menachem Luria, told Israeli Channel 2: “From what we can gather, this disaster is even more dangerous than Chernobyl.”

At the time, his was a minority opinion in the scientific community; very few believed that a nuclear accident as bad as the 1986 meltdown in Ukraine would occur again. “I think that’s basically impossible,” said James Stubbins, an expert at the University of Illinois, and many others agreed.

Yet, as we are now slowly coming to realize, Fukushima is worse than Chernobyl. In a revealing recent feature article published by al-Jazeera, Dahr Jamail conveys the comments of Arnold Gundersen, a senior former nuclear industry executive in the United States.

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