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Fukushima Nuclear Disaster: A Conspiracy?

Updated on April 9, 2011
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What Could Have Really Caused the Earthquake

Days before the Sendai Earthquake struck the Land of the Rising Sun, the world was a witness to a number of rising unrest of people in nations ruled by dictators supported by leaders of countries allied to them.  There were protests, political unrest and upheavals in Libya, Saudi Arabia and other nearby countries which are known to have a good reserve of yet to be extracted crude oil.  The international community has been building pressures on some of the leaders of these countries to stop the brutality, step down and give way to democracies.

Suddenly, a killer earthquake that brought forth not only broken roads, but also tsunamis, refinery fires and explosions, and nuclear reactor meltdown, shifted the world's attention from those fighting against dictators for political freedom to those fighting against the wrath of nature for their own lives and the lives of their loved ones.

It seemed that disaster after disaster had befallen the proud country.  After the earthquake came the tsunami, the refinery fires and nuclear plant explosions and meltdowns coming one after another, like dominoes falling one by one in a line.  Somehow, such a series of unfortunate events should have been, at least, less destructive than this had there not been human intervention in the things that happened.

Given the pressures building up in the Middle East and in other areas of the world, it is possible that the politicians who were able to get away from the concerns of the political activists were aided by some of their allies by causing something as huge and tragic as what has happened to make the world focus on other things.

One possible conspiracy theory that forms in my mind is this:  A nuclear bomb had been planted near Sendai.  It is this nuclear bomb that has caused the great earthquake shaking most of Japan and causing Japan to fall into economic turmoil.  Because the nuclear bomb cannot clean its work, the conspirationalists took advantage of its proximity to the Fukushima nulcear plant to explain the presence of harmful radiation in areas where the nuclear bomb could have exploded.  To do so, they had to make the nuclear plant explode or undergo a meltdown.  Hence, what has happened to date.  In a way, I believe that this makes sense; after all, I don't think it is that common for earthquakes to continue many times in different but geographically close epicenters at huge intensities.

A funny story from what had happened, could have been that some bad wizards and witches are causing all the havoc that had occurred, and that a number of wizards and witches from something like the Ministry of Magic in Harry Potter had tried to change the memories of the people who were able to really witness what has happened.

It is my hope that these had only been conspiracy theories and not what has really happened.

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      lol 

      6 years ago

      made me lol

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      peer king 

      6 years ago

      just google "semantic differential examples in the media"

      and get knowledge of other marketing techniques and you will be able to point out hired debunkers, they all went through the same training.

      that's why they all make the same mindless negativity posts compairing free thinkers with idiots and other kinda negative personalitys, that's how it works, if you introduce a person with the word great/good/knowledgable, it will be persieved better than introducing someone with the word, ludicrous/ridiculous/idiot/moron etc.

      it's an established techinque to mind control the reader of certain information

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      peer king 

      6 years ago

      greg is a person who uses the semantic differential in his comments, which explains it all.

      he is a paid for debunker, never any facts, only calling people names, greg, you are like the village idiot.

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      Lora 

      6 years ago

      stupidity has no limits; this goes for Greg comments.

      As long we have so many sheeps on this planet, things cannot get better.

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      Truth 

      6 years ago

      I love how ppl quickly eat the bs they are fed. Greg- if you are such an independent thinker then you would have seen the mountains of evidence that adds up to an obvious false flag plan played out on 911. Open your eyes and do a little research fo Christ sake!

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      Greg Schweizer 

      7 years ago from Corona, California.

      Don

      t call me a sheep. I'm one of the lest likely to follow anyone and I am one of the most independent thinkers you'll ever find. You're the one that is gobbling up and calling this a conspiracy. You are the one that needs to think for yourself and you might see the reallity in life.

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      Anon 

      7 years ago

      Greg... you don't strike me as one that has the ability to think independently. You should try it sometime.. so quick to dismiss something that defies the Mainstream Media.. pff.. u sheep.

      Don't be so quick to gobble everything up you get from the media.. think from within and feel the truth.. it might defy your reality...

      Anon.

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      Greg Schweizer 

      7 years ago from Corona, California.

      I'm sorry, but anyone that thinks this is a conspiracy is an idiot. Greg

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      David 

      7 years ago

      You never know Japanese, Japanese people are good bad, but their politician are coward and cheater, they are capable of cheating their own people, they can kill more than 40 millio people in WWII and still never truly apologize to the victims, nor paying any compensation.

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      Greg Schweizer 

      7 years ago from Corona, California.

      It didn't take long for some jerk to come up with a conspiracy theory, did it? To be honest, this is one of the most rediculous I have ever heard, only second to the one about our own government destroying the Twin Towers and killing our own people. Greg

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