Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Armageddon on the Eve of Destruction: Japan to Evacuate Entire Population to China and Russia! World's Newest and Biggest Military Power is Born!



Recently, all over the Internet (and on this very blog too!) there is much chatter relating to the end of the world. 




This chatter reminds me of stuff that we've heard over and over before in the past. In fact, religions since the beginning of civilization have spoken about these events of Armageddon. The subject of human extinction has had innumerable volumes written on it


As with many things to do with our society today, we have so many people running around worried about everything. As George Carlin says


"The country is full of them now. People walking around all day long, every minute of the day, worried about everything. Worried about the air. Worried about the water. Worried about the soil. Worried about insecticides, pesticides, food additives, carcinogens. Worried about Radon gas. Worried about asbestos. Worried about saving endangered species...." 




What strikes me as weird is that there are all sorts of people today worried about all sorts of things, yet they constantly stuff their faces with junk and processed foods and drinks; they drive their cars like idiots, they drink alcohol to excess every night; they also don't take care of themselves enough so they take drugs daily (prescription and illicit) to "feel better" and they eat processed sugar crap and giant bowls of ice cream and trash all through the day. They look ten years older than they should and they are 25 pounds overweight. 




...Okay, make that at least 25 pounds overweight!


These people should consider and be more careful about the things that do have a massively higher percentage chance of killing them like heart disease, cancer, emphysema, stroke, accident, Alzheimer's, diabetes, the flu, suicide, chronic liver disease (drinking yourself to death), high blood pressure, Parkinson's or pneumonia than something like Fukushima but they don't.


Know why? It is human nature to look out the window and scream and moan about how messed up the neighbors are instead of looking in the mirror and taking an honest assessment of oneself. These people who are guilty of what I wrote won't admit it, but deep down in their hearts they are ashamed of what they've become. Instead of working to fix oneself and better themselves and their world, they'd rather look far away and blame someone else for their troubles.


Hell, why not eat that giant Baskin Robbins quadruple scoop chocolate fudge sundae with nuts and cream everyday? We're all just going to die from Fukushima anyway, right?  



Unfortunately, I think, in spite of how messed up the human race is, somehow we always seem to muddle through. Every time I hear about us being on the verge of destruction and how some people seem to be so panic stricken about it (as if there will be someplace to run to escape the end of the world) I am reminded of this hit song by Barry McGuire (actually written by P.F. Sloan) from 1965 called, "Eve of Destruction."


The lyrics go like this: 


The eastern world it is explodin',
violence flarin', bullets loadin',
you're old enough to kill but not for votin',
you don't believe in war, what's that gun you're totin',
and even the Jordan river has bodies floatin',
but you tell me over and over and over again my friend,
ah, you don't believe we're on the eve of destruction.





Heck, maybe we are on the eve of destruction, my friend. But, I suggest to you that we are not any more nor less on that eve than we were in 1945... Or even before that....


Just today, again, I saw a bunch of articles talking about Fukushima Dai-ichi and the planned evacuation of Tokyo. Seriously, maybe I'm all messed up and completely wrong, but, to tell the truth, I think this sort of news is complete and total madness and that anyone who would believe this stuff for a second must be completely crazy. Here's the story from the EU Times:


The “extreme danger” facing tens of millions of the Japanese peoples is the result of the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Disaster that was a series of equipment failures, nuclear meltdowns, and releases of radioactive materials at the Fukushima I Nuclear Power Plant, following the Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami on 11 March 2011.

According to this report, Japanese diplomats have signaled to their Russian counterparts that the returning of the Kuril Islands to Japan is “critical” as they have no other place to resettle so many people that would, in essence, become the largest migration of human beings since the 1930’s when Soviet leader Stalin forced tens of millions to resettle Russia’s far eastern regions. (emphasis mine)



Important to note, this report continues, are that Japanese diplomats told their Russian counterparts that they were, also, “seriously considering” an offer by China to relocate tens of millions of their citizens to the Chinese mainland to inhabit what are called the “ghost cities,” built for reasons still unknown and described, in part, by London’s Daily Mail News Service in their 18 December 2010 article titled: “The Ghost Towns Of China: Amazing Satellite Images Show Cities Meant To Be Home To Millions Lying Deserted” ... (emphasis mine)


Foreign Ministry experts in this report note that should Japan accept China’s offer, the combined power of these two Asian peoples would make them the largest super-power in human history with an economy larger than that of the United States and European Union combined and able to field a combined military force of over 200 million. (emphasis mine)
To how dire the situation is in Japan was recently articulated by Japanese diplomat Akio Matsumura who warned that the disaster at the Fukushima nuclear plant may ultimately turn into an event capable of extinguishing all life on Earth.


Folks, I highlighted and made bold the sentences that just defy belief. Seriously, is this comedy? No one in their right mind could possibly take this stuff seriously. The return of the Kuril Islands? Moving 40 million people to China? The largest super-power in human history? 


That cracks me up. Especially the part about the Kuril Islands. As if you could take 40 million people and dump them on a bunch of islands that don't have the infra-structure to handle 20,000 people. If you were going to do that, why evacuate them? It's just a death sentence anyway.


There are only 18,000 people today who are living on the Kuril islands and half of them are under the poverty line!


The writer of this tripe (who fails to attach their name to an article) is in serious need of psychological and medical attention. This person is nuts. And anyone who believes this for a moment seriously needs help too.


I'm just shocked that so many people on the Internet are so dumb that they parrot this obviously fake story. I wonder if this is a news "false-flag" in order to discredit Internet news sources?


Besides this very credible news report, the EU Times also has some very credible reports on its top headline news about other earth shaking reports.



Let's see... Brazilian cannibal trio? America's worst drought in years? Islam growing in Austria? And, yep. Russia  stunned by Japanese plan to evacuate 40 million. There it is. Also on the front page these other important stories:


* UK courts persecute Christians and drive them underground
* Russia's anti-gay drive takes global turn
* Massive radioactive wave from Japan approaching West Coast
* Facebook is deception
* Green Police? DHS launches "Environmental Justice" units



On the European Union Times web page, there's even a tab for "survival" to give you tips on how to survive and where to buy supplies... As if you already didn't have enough to worry about.


Ridiculous.


Anyhow, if you need more to worry about, go to the EU Times webpage... It's full of all sorts of things there that won't kill you, but reading about them and worrying about them certainly will so please, get started today!




Oh, and go ahead and have that triple decker cheese burger and the double dip ice cream cone. Why not? You deserve it! 


After all, a little won't hurt... Armageddon will be here any day now anyway, right?

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

While I may notice, ask questions and be a bit cautious about radiation and such, I'm not worried. [Heck, I might not be worried about anything.] A Winter snow storm knocking out power for a month is higher on my "concern list", but because I am prepared for such, many People will lump me in with those going ape over 2012, or radiation from Japan wiping out the earth. So when I bring up things which mankind is currently doing(!) which will likely make life worse, i.e. inflationary policy, etc... or when I mention the Primal Diet, I get this eyes-glazed-over look in response, as if I was talking about The Death Star approaching.

Just to be aware of things is important, imho, but most People don't want to do even that, or so it seems.

Here are some comments from SHTFPlan which made me think of your blog post for various reasons, the final link was pretty good too, imho:

...it hit the fan for 50 million people on food stamps, 85% of graduating students who had to move in with their parents because they can’t find work, and the millions who have lost their homes because of inability to pay their mortgage.

If that’s not shit hitting the fan, i am not sure what is. We’re talking about the collapse of nations, billions of people, and trillions of dollars in capital flows — the process of degradation will not happen overnight, though I do think a ‘waterfall event’ is coming where we will see the whole thing buckle to the point that it can no longer be ignored…

From where I’m standing, the ‘collapse’ has already happened.. IMHO, we’re in the middle of it.

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First came the market Crash: 40% in our case, of a lifetime of savings and then zero interest so that what is left has just been eroding from inflation, plus, in the slow times of the past 3 years, we had to tap it just to get by, even with a very frugal lifestyle. Every dollar we could cut came back to our budget in basic cost increases by 50%.

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it’s a slow moving fan, did you know that the Crash of 1929 didn’t even make the front page of the New York Times, it took about three years for the full impact of that even and the corollary effects to work its way through the economic system. The Shit didn’t just hit all at once, it was a process, much in the same way it is happening today, little by little, bit by bit the massive economic distortions are continuing to work out through the system.

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the ones that didn’t heed the warning signs are going to be stunned, wondering what the heck happened. Then when the shock wears off the panic will start, because they won’t have a clue how to survive having depended on the govt’ and big biz to tell them how they’re supposed to live.

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one persons sh..hitting the fan can be totally different from anothers sh.. best thing in my mind to do is just take care of your own sh…and if your friends, neighbors, or relatives dont follow and call you a nutcase, well, so be it..at least you are preparing to survive whatever sh…comes your way. i am in that boat with everyone around me…they all think i am nuttier than a fruitcake cause i do things that make me self reliant and prepared for anything..i no longer care what others think about me or what i do to take care of me and mine.

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normalcy bias
it WILL get you killed

http://thesurvivalmom.com/2010/12/29/normalcy-bias/

- clark

mikeintokyorogers said...

Dear Clark,

Absolutely... In spite of what I write here, most people would call me a survival freak? Why? I have 6 months of food and water stored and have made other important preparations for possible natural or financial disasters. I think that this point makes me quite different from most people who scream that the sky is falling yet they do nothing to prepare for more pressing matters. They scream and panic about it and most do nothing to prepare for it.

I don't