Mega Situation: The fate of the world now hangs on Fukushima’s reactor No. 4

You would think if civilization was on the brink of destruction it would be all over the television, radio and Internet right? You would think the President would make an official announcement from “The Situation Room” letting us know how critical the situation was… and you would think there would be coordinated global actions being taken to fix it.

But you would be wrong.

We are now here at a critical point in the history of civilization where the fate of the world hangs in the balance (no exaggeration), and there is barely a peep about it. Yet we have credible sources alerting the world to the mega-situation at hand and no one is listening. is one of the only media agencies reporting on the true magnitude of the disaster “It is no exaggeration to say that the fate of Japan and the whole world depends on No.4 reactor,” reports Mitsuhei Murata . (Mitsuhei Murata is the Former Japanese Ambassador to Switzerland and Senegal and the Executive Director of the Japan Society for Global System and Ethics.)

The big news story today was that there was a foiled bomb threat by an incompetent bomb-maker in Yemen. Ironic since that story is a fabricated threat with no real consequences and this very real threat is completely being ignored.

The situation is that Fukushima reactor No. 4 is on the verge of a catastrophic failure that could unleash enough radiation to end human civilization on our planet. The amount of radiation being released would turn North America into a “dead zone” for humans…mutating crops beyond repair, making our groundwater radioactive, and then creating an explosion in cancer rates. And, it could be unleashed at any moment from an earthquake in Japan (a very earthquake-prone country). Experts claim such an event could result in the release of 85 times the Cesium-137 released by the Chernobyl catastrophe.

There is one Senator U.S. Senator Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) that is trying to bring attention to the situation. Wyden visited Fukushima on April 6, 2012 while on a Congressional delegation trip to the region. “The scope of damage to the plants and to the surrounding area was far beyond what I expected …” Wyden wrote in the letter. “The precarious status of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear units and the risk presented by the enormous inventory of radioactive materials and spent fuel in the event of further earthquake threats should be of concern to all and a focus of greater international support and assistance.”  

I mean this is what the situation room was created for! And yet not a peep from our leaders. Where is Wolf Blitzer to break it all down in the CNN Situation Room? Why would the mainstream media rather discuss a secret service sex scandal than the imminent destruction of our planet?


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