“I Blame Tokyo and the Foreign Press and People Who Have an Antinuclear Agenda”

I lived in the LA area, but I have lived in Japan for many many years now. In fact, I live in Sendai.

I have no fear of the “radiation” that people are convinced is going to kill me. If I say that, people will assume it is some form of denial, all plausible science to the contrary. The evidence gathered by thousands of scientists in this region shows that there are some bad areas, with varying levels of hazard, but those areas are few and not large. There is one zone of about 5 x 10 miles pointed in my direction like a dagger, but other areas are unlikely to ever kill anyone.

But the pall of fear and what it is doing to these people is deplorable. I blame Tokyo and the foreign press and people who have an antinuclear agenda. They want to keep people interested by frightening them. It is that simple. Even the Hiroshima people want to tie people’s consciousness about nuclear weapons to the use of nuclear energy. It is the same thing, right? The buzzwords of fear find their way into every conversation.

I grew up in an area of the US where I am sure that the background radiation level is higher than it is here now. I choose not to be afraid because I have looked very very hard, and I see no evidence that could make me fearful.

The government and TEPCO acted prudently and professionally to protect human life, which was their main goal. They did an outstanding job. If anything, they erred on the side of caution. Let me explain.

They really needed, and lacked, an accurate representation or means to educate people about the general risk posed by radiation. The media, particularly “concerned scientists,” “Greenpeace,” all the way up to the New York Times, pushed their agenda of doom and gloom and imminent death. Anyone trying to reassure the evacuees, such as actual scientists, government officials, or knowledgeable people working with utility companies, was attacked immediately by panicked people and talking heads with no stake aside from an agenda. Officials were frustrated and cowed by the demagoguery. I saw the whole thing unfold.

The evacuees, many from areas that I would regard as safe, have not been allowed to go back to their homes. The homes have now deteriorated, and even if 80% of the people in a community return, they will have to confront abandoned dwellings, insufficient services, and weeds. Lots of weeds. They have been ruined financially. Their trust in society has been destroyed.

I blame the media. I blame “concerned people” from Tokyo and Washington, who had no idea how to interpret the correct information that was available to everyone. They spouted worst case scenarios as fact and sought to make themselves heroes at the expense of these poor people. Prime Minister Kan and G. Jacxzko [Jaczko] of the NRC, I am looking right at you.

There is no question that we have already solved the problems of saving people and limiting radiation even in the worst of circumstances. We need to work now on saving their peace of mind, and concentrate on saving communities. It has to be acknowledged that these evacuees would be better off today if they had not had a world of screaming onlookers to distract them from the truth and keep them from their homes. Do we need censorship? Maybe. My local newspaper gave me accurate information, but all of the world’s media outlets on the internet didn’t. What does that say?

Multiverse implies that Japanese people are ignorant and incompetent because they were attacked with nuclear weapons. Somehow I can’t follow that logic. What I do know is that Japan has few energy choices and chose atomic energy to replace dependence on oil (it consumes about the same amount of oil today as it did in 1970) and coal (Fukushima citizens used to die by the hundreds in coal mine accidents). I also know that other nuclear facilities were closer to the quake epicenter and were ALSO hit by tsunami and ALSO experienced blackouts, but remained in working order.

There is an old Japanese saying: “Sometimes even a monkey falls from the tree.” It means that even the best of the best have days where everything goes wrong. I might be the only person on the planet who believes this, but what the Japanese did at Fukushima was truly awesome.

Anides Antrobus

[Editor’s note: In August 2012, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon announced that Kan would be one of the members of the UN high-level panel on the post-2015 development agenda.

A report by Nuclear Regulatory Commission Inspector General Hubert T. Bell accused Jaczko of “strategically” withholding information from his colleagues in an effort to keep plans for the Yucca Mountain nuclear waste repository from advancing.]

Magna BSP: The Israeli Connection to 3/11 Terrorism at Fukushima

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Fukushima 3/11 Truth was very recently told by critics that “there’s no proof of Israel’s connection to what happened at Fukushima,” and that “it’s hard to believe that Israel is involved.”

For those critics and anyone who is occupied with spreading disinformation and fake radiation charts, let us summarize some of the facts.

Magna BSP (Rotem Industrial Park D.N Arava 86800 Israel, tel: +972-8-6552668, e-mail:, an Israeli security company founded in January of 2001 according to Bloomberg (although their website was only created in 2007 and their Youtube channel on November 24, 2011), had set up the security system at the Fukushima facility a year before the nuclear attacks happened. This has been confirmed even by the Israeli news paper Haaretz on March 18, 2011. Also the Jerusalem Post has partially described what Magna BSP’s official task at Fukushima is about.

Also by Haaretz, on April 28, 2010: “Maayan Ventures says one of the startups in its technology incubator in Dimona, Magna B.S.P., has received its first order for a radar system to protect nuclear reactors, from Japan. The order is worth hundreds of thousands of shekels, Maayan Ventures says, without being more specific.”

Maayan Ventures Ltd. (Hebrew: מעיין ונצ’רס בע”מ), is a publicly traded chain of technology incubators, operating out of offices in Tel-Aviv, Omer, Sde Boker, Dimona Israel and China.

According to the Israeli Rotem Industries Ltd “Magna B. S. P. Ltd. is a co-project of the entrepreneur Haim Sibony and the Dimona Technological Incubator under the auspices of, and partly financed by, The Office of the Chief Scientist of the Israeli Ministry of Industry and Trade (OCS). Aeronautics Defense Systems Ltd. and “angel” investors invested in the company.”

“Magna is a Security Systems company, dealing with the development, manufacturing and marketing of a unique passive electro-optic radar system. Magna’s products are optimal for use in perimeter security protection in a very large number of civilian and military targets such as airports and airfields, seaports, borders, security sensitive and high risk facilities like banks, correctional facilities, power stations, refineries, petrochemical and other industries, governmental agencies buildings, military, navy and air force bases, and more.”

“Magna’s management team is composed of Haim Sibony (CEO), Joseph Ran (Chairman of the Board), Levy Zruya (R&D Manager) and Hagai Ortner-General Manager of the ATC Technological Incubator, all with many years of experience in top executive positions. In addition to Haim Sybony and Levy Zruya, in the R&D Team work 6 engineers and academicians and 2 technicians. All team members have proven high professional skills and vast experience in all relevant technologies and software.”

“Units of the Static-Staring System have been successfully tested by the IDF (green and air force), the Israel Airports Authority (Ben-Gurion Airport), the Ashdod Harbor, and in USA and Spain.

Magna BSP: “The technology is patent saved and well known in sensitive sites as nuclear plans, airports, borders etc., around the world and can integrate with other systems.”

It has also been documented that Magna BSP actively works for and with Israel’s Homeland Security.

“Magna BSP had a full time internet linked two way connection to the Fukushima reactor room(s) all the way through the disaster. They told TEPCO about that connection on March 15 [2011] (after everything blew sky high) via a [Jerusalem Post] article. Why did Manga BSP wait until everything was blown sky high to tell Tepco the data link existed? … Hard to believe that TEPCO would not have been interested in viewing a reactor that was about to explode. It seems impossible that TEPCO would not have wanted to view the reactor, and probably did not ask because the link was kept a secret. It is a simple fact that internet connections are never allowed inside a reactor’s containment. The connection was mentioned in the Jerusalem Post AFTER the destruction was finalized.

… [Shortly after Magna BSP arrived] Stuxnet appeared in Japan (June 2010). Stuxnet has two modes, random and administrative. It can be administered to optimize the damage and can also transmit setup information and industrial system information to a remote computer. Once installed on the host system via a flash drive it causes that system to violate it’s normal security protocols and internet administration becomes possible if a connection exists. Tampering is not visible on the control room readouts, because Stuxnet learns what “normal” looks like and keeps the temperature, pressure, and other readouts within normal limits so that the operators are oblivious to the destruction happening in secret. … Remote administration mode can be adjusted on demand to suit any need. No doubt the people at Fukushima sat there in idle mode thinking all was well until something screamed or went boom and at that point it would be too late to do anything other than cry.

… Magna BSP had access to the reactors at this facility. They were based in Dimona, which is a military base that manufactures nuclear weapons. Stuxnet was made in their yard. They are stated to be a military company. There is extremely strong evidence that Dimona based Magna BSP placed nuclear weapons at the exploded or vanished reactors at Fukushima, possibly hidden inside one of their unbelievably GIANT stereoscopic cameras. These cameras were installed inside the reactor containment of Fukushima reactor 3 under the cover of a security contract in the year prior to the disaster. These cameras [weighed over 1,000 pounds] [and] are identical in size and appearance to a gun type nuclear weapon. Since previous hydrogen explosions at boiling water reactors have never caused any sort of damage to equipment or buildings, even during complete meltdowns, it begs the question how on earth one at reactor 3 produced a mushroom cloud. Three Mile Island sits in the evidence pool against what we have been told about Fukushima. History does matter.

One problem with the reporting in the mainstream media is that it failed to convey just how massive and strong the containment structures really were, as seen in this classified photo. A hydrogen explosion would only blow the sheet metal off the steel framed roof if it even did that, at Three Mile Island the hydrogen ignition did nothing at all. It just scared employees. Another thing the reporting failed to convey is the gravity of the disaster. Compare the containment diagram to the remains of reactor 3. It is painfully obvious that many tons of highly radioactive plutonium in the containment pools is nowhere to be found, the entire floor they were on is completly gone. We are getting lied to.

… The reason Magna BSP gave for the odd shape, enormous weight, and giant proportions of their cameras was that they were stereoscopic. A stereoscopic camera could be plausible at an airstrip, where the camera would need depth perception out miles, but not indoors where focal lengths are short. Depth perception going out miles could also be accomplished with two separately mounted cameras weighing only a few pounds; the giant thousand pounder is a dead giveaway. Why this giant thing, when smaller nukes are possible? Nuclear weapons always produce a certain amount of heat, and if a small design was used it would be obvious the “camera” was warm, even when turned off and sitting on the shelf. This would cause questions to be asked, especially in a nuclear power facility. The enormous size and weight helped conceal the decay heat.”Jim Stone

A Magna BSP 3D security camera:

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Gun type nuclear weapon:

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Excerpt from Magna BSP / Frost & Sullivan Product Innovation Award:

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Of course, the question remains now WHY Israel is involved in the Fukushima attacks.

This can, for now, be anything from Japan offering Iran to enrich their uranium [1, 2] to Japan siding with Palestine [1, 2], which Japan apparently continues to do even after the Fukushima attacks. This could be the reason why the Stuxnet virus was reactivated.

However, Israel’s involvement may as well have to do something with Japan limiting Israeli visas to keep Israeli mafia out.” Or all of the mentioned options together, along with a high-level blackmail operation in which the attacks on Japan serve as a warning to Japan and the rest of the world to keep playing matkot.

If not, then a new earthquake might be triggered, after all, Israel already has experience in creating artificial earthquakes at least since 2009.

Better believe it that the Israeli government and the Mossad are capable of committing such war crimes and attacks on innocent civilians, their fingerprints are all over 9/11 [1, 2]!