Given the proven fact that there was no 9.0 earthquake in Japan on March 11, 2011, while the official story claims it did occur, it is more than fair to state that something is being covered up, that something happened on that day that the mainstream media and the governments are not reporting about. This something must be so damning that the official Fukushima narrative would not survive another hour when the truth came out in the public arena. The truth must be so destructive for the official reports and the dangers of exposing the truth must be so extremely life-threatening that officials anywhere in the world don’t even dare to report anything but the lies that have been scripted for them.
To put this in perspective, the December 26, 2004, Indonesian earthquake which was reported as a 6.6 earthquake (University of Washington) by the Jakarta Geophysical Office and initially as a 8.1 and later as a 9.1 earthquake by the USGS also triggered a tsunami. First of all, it would be more acceptable here to believe that the Jakarta results are correct and that the American version is false, given the fact that the Jakarta Office is located where the earthquake and tsunami happened and given the fact that the USGS is obviously not a very honest institution when we consider how they produced different data in 2011. The “corrections” that were made by the USGS, increasing the magnitude a few more levels, cannot be justified nor can their results be accepted as proof since such “corrections” are not realistic. A correction from lets say 6.6 magnitude to 6.8 or 7.0 might be possible and within the margins of error but to raise the magnitude more than 2 full levels is completely out of the possible error margin. Therefore it is also fair to state that those USGS “corrections” were made to also coverup what really happened on December 26, 2004.
Isn’t it striking that the USGS has been caught changing magnitude data at least two times now for earthquakes that lay within almost the same magnitude levels? That is 7.0 for Japan and 6.6 for Indonesia. Both have been raised to 9.0-9.1 by the USGS who is located thousands of miles away from the epicenters. Who will have the right data, the local offices of Japan and Indonesia or the USGS in America?
Of course, another question arises now because on March 28, 2005, there was another earthquake in the exact same region as in 2004 in Indonesia. This earthquake was reported by all parties as a 8.5 to 8.7 magnitude. Notice the normal margin for error, 0.2, which is indeed very acceptable. Yet, a remarkable detail has to be considered here which is that this 8.5-8.7 earthquake in 2005 DID NOT trigger a tsunami although the epicenter is practically identical.
The Independent even reported about this odd fact because they too were left scratching their heads:
- “Scientists are still grappling with the mystery of why such a large earthquake under the ocean did not produce a sizeable tsunami. One thing is certain, however, the Earth did not move as it did on Boxing Day when 10m-high waves killed up to 300,000 people around the Indian Ocean.”
- “An 8.7 magnitude earthquake occurring 150 miles off the coast is certainly big enough to generate a large tsunami and it was exceptionally lucky that we didn’t have one.”
Lucky? Possibly, but not by accident because the 2005 earthquake was more than likely a natural event while the 2004 earthquake was far from natural.
In 2004, the USGS makes “corrections,” making the 6.6 a 9.1 magnitude earthquake. In 2011, the USGS does so again and makes a 9.1 out of a 7.0 magnitude earthquake. But in 2005 they don’t feel that such corrections are needed and leave the 8.5-8.7 magnitude as is although no tsunami was triggered then.
The impression that there’s something more going on with that earthquake data is indeed getting stronger as anyone who is honest will admit.
Why was the data “corrected” by the USGS in both the 2011 Japan case and the 2004 Indonesia case, while local data shows that the real magnitudes were more than 2 full levels lower then the USGS their magnitude data?
The 2005 8.5-8.7 earthquake in Indonesia did not cause a tsunami, although it was more powerful than the 2004 and 2011 earthquakes, by two full levels (based on the Japanese and Indonesian data). So what triggered the two tsunamis if not a natural earthquake?
Well, according to former US Secretary of Defense William S. Cohen there is a possible answer to that question when we take his April 28, 1997, statement during a military briefing in account:
- “There are some reports, for example, that some countries have been trying to construct something like an Ebola Virus, and that would be a very dangerous phenomenon, to say the least. Alvin Toeffler has written about this in terms of some scientists in their laboratories trying to devise certain types of pathogens that would be ethnic specific so that they could just eliminate certain ethnic groups and races; and others are designing some sort of engineering, some sort of insects that can destroy specific crops. Others are engaging even in an eco- type of terrorism whereby they can alter the climate, set off earthquakes, volcanoes remotely through the use of electromagnetic waves.”
As Cohen stated in 1997, some are engaging in eco-terrorism by also setting off earthquakes. He specifically said “are engaging” and not “will be engaging” which means that it was already a common or known practice in 1997. But there are even reports that describe in detail a similar kind of weaponry further back in time, all the way back to the second world war to be specific.
The “tsunami bomb:”
- The Best Kept Secret of World War Two – Project Seal, the Tsunami Bomb – National Business Review
- ‘Tsunami Bomb’ Tested off New Zealand Coast – The Telegraph, 1 januari 2013
- ‘Tsunami Bomb’ Created by US Military – LiveScience, 3 januari 2013
- Tsunami Bomb, a Rival for Nuclear Weapons, Was Tested by U.S., New Zealand: Archived Secret Files – Yahoo! News Canada, 6 januari 2013
- US Tested ‘Tsunami Bomb’ Targeting Japan in WWII – NewsMax, 2 januari 2013
- Tsunami Bomb NZ’s Devastating War Secret – New Zealand Herald, 25 september 1999
- Handbook of Explosion-Generated Water Waves – Defense Technical Information Center (DTIC), oktober 1968
- Project Seal: The Generation of Waves by Means of Explosives – N.Z. Department of Scientific and Industrial Research, Scribd, 18 december 1950
When we rightfully assume that the two odd earthquakes, Japan 2011 and Indonesia 2004, were triggered on purpose, which would qualify both events as acts of war, then it doesn’t really matter at this point whether or not there were nuclear, EMP or conventional devices used. In fact even during world war one, in 1917, a tsunami was triggered by the Halifax explosion [1, 2] so it is already proven that it can be done. The year is not 1917 in both events, in 2004 and 2011, so it’s equally safe to assume that the technology has advanced tremendously in all those decades after both WW 1 and WW 2.
Why would we have to assume that the 2011 and 2004 earthquakes were triggered on purpose? Well, when the USGS provides us with a valid and solid reason why they “correct” the data then we can provide you with a broader explanation to why we come to this conclusion of unnatural occurring earthquakes.
Although the truth can’t be too far away from the fact that Indonesia and Japan weren’t following the US’ and/or another nation’s and/or a secretive cabal’s dictates. This has also been proven to be the case during the 2013 typhoon in the Philippines who was not playing ball according to the US their foreign policies [1, 2, 3].