Tag Archives: Japan

Benjamin Fulford – Update – 22 January 2012

Hi Ben, I trust this finds you well?

I have been told that the recent ECB bailout was via the Feds suggesting that they still have the finger on the ponzi trigger. Can you comment on this?

There are also rumours that Japan are going to shutdown all their nuclear reactors within a matter of months. Can you confirm this? Continue reading

UFO Report – Japan 4th January 2012 – 7 January 2012

Uploaded by UfoHunter5874  on 4th January 2012 on YouTube.

Greg Giles – Message From The Galactic Federation – 27 December 2011

Hello from all of us, your Galactic brothers and sisters. We would like to share with you at this time a little about what our lives are like, as many of you will soon be joining us on our continued mission to restore peace, love, and light to your world. We spent much of our day working at various workstations onboard our ships, monitoring various situations and facilitating operating procedures for functions our particular ship is designed for. We, the Galactic Federation, have very many lightships each designed for a very specific purpose. We have ships that are capable of removing and purifying the poisonous gasses being deposited into your atmospheres through the spraying of what you may refer to as chemtrails. We have ships that engage in combat with opposing forces of the cabal, although our form of combat might differ from what you may envision. Our aim is to remove the space fighters from this quadrant of space, and we make every effort to see to it that no harm comes to the personnel with these crafts. The cabal has built, with profits derived from the labors of the people of Earth, quite a sizable fighting force with many secret bases on, in, and off your planet. Many of our advanced ships and much of our highly trained personnel are assigned to the task of removing these forces and placing them in quarantine from Earth and humanity throughout your ascension period. After your ascension they can no longer be any threat to you or your world. Continue reading

Ben Fulford – Major Realignment Of Power Taking Place In Asia – 27 December 2011

There has been a major change in the power balance in Asia during the past week or so following the death of North Korean leader Kim Jong Il, according to Asian intelligence sources. The biggest changes are happening in Japan where a series of arrests of bureaucrats, police officials and politicians has begun. One prominent casualty has been former Japanese Finance and Economy Minister Heizo Takenaka who has been arrested and is underground [undergoing] “vigorous questioning,” according to Japanese military intelligence sources. Takenaka is apparently singing like a canary, the sources said. If this information from highly placed sources is correct, Takenaka will be explaining why he handed over control of Japan’s commercial banks to foreign oligarchs, including the Rockefeller and Bush clans. The situation in the Korean peninsula is also now headed for the biggest change since the Korean war in the 1950’s the sources say. Continue reading

UFO Sendai Japan 30 September 2011

Strange craft cruising over the city of Sendai.

Fukushima Blows Lid Off Exploited Labour | Common Dreams

Fukushima Blows Lid Off Exploited Labour | Common Dreams. via 2012IndyInfo.wordpress.com

by Suvendrini Kakuchi
TOKYO – The Fukushima disaster has thrown up the first opportunity in decades to bring justice to thousands of unskilled workers who risk radioactive contamination to keep Japan’s nuclear power plants running.“Fukushima has created public awareness on a section of nuclear workers castigated as ‘radiation- exposed people’ but forming the dark underbelly of an industry that depends on them,” says Minoru Nasu, spokesperson for the Japan Day Labourers Union.
Nasu, a long-time labour activist, says that while nuclear industry relies heavily on unskilled workers it has left it to thuggish subcontractors to marshal them as daily wagers.The common practice for the past several decades can best be described as “human auctioning,” Nasu told IPS.
Labourers gather at the crack of dawn at designated places such as public parks to be picked up by toughs who take them to the nuclear plants.According to figures available with the Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency, Japan’s regulator, of the 80,0000-odd workers at Japan’s 18 commercial nuclear power plants, 80 percent are contract workers.
At the Fukushima plant, 89 percent of the 10,000 workers in 2010 were on contract.The men are given contracts to do unskilled, dangerous work inside nuclear plants for months together. There are no guarantees in the event of an accident, or long-term health insurance against such diseases as leukaemia or other forms of cancer which may surface years after exposure to radiation.“When their work is completed, they are expected to simply disappear. Nobody cares about them,” said Nasu.
The story of former nuclear plant worker Seizi Saito, 71, who took the rare step of speaking out for a change, is illustrative.A plumber, Saito worked 15 tumultuous years at the Tsuruga nuclear plant in Fukui prefecture, western Japan, repairing leaks in cooling pipes.“Work conditions at the plant were frightening, demanding and dangerous. But, the worst aspect was the lack of protection for workers. We were sitting rabbits for unscrupulous authorities,” he told a meeting of supporters last week.
Saito, a thyroid cancer survivor, told the large gathering, that included labourers and anti-nuclear activists, that specialised unions were needed to take care of day labourers doing cleaning work at nuclear plants.The gathering agreed that the current system was too deeply entrenched for the workers to have any hope of salvation in the near future.
Mikiko Watanabe from the Citizen’s Nuclear Information Centre, a leading research organisation that counsels security guards at the Fukushima nuclear plant, said one problem is that the workers are too afraid to speak out.“They are afraid of losing their jobs and also of facing discrimination in a society that looks down on radiations victims,” Watanabe told IPS. Such fears, she said, made it easier for subcontractors to exploit workers and ignore their rights.Yet, as nuclear plant operator Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) struggles to contain the Fukushima meltdown, activists see hope for unskilled nuclear workers.
For one thing, thousands of people have had to be evacuated from residential areas surrounding Fukushima’s damaged reactors, turning public opinion against nuclear power and the lax way in which nuclear plants labour is handled.While most day workers were also evacuated from Fukushima after the Mar. 11 earthquake and tsunami, which destroyed several of the plant’s reactors, many have had to be brought back for cleanup operations at higher wages.Over the past two weeks, TEPCO’s woes have increased with four more subcontracted workers exposed to radiation from contaminated water overflow.
Saito says it was an accident at the Tsuruga nuclear plant in 1981 when contaminated water gushed out, exposing several workers to radiation, that woke him up to the realities.The government ordered the reactor at Tsuruga closed, leaving 1,500 subcontracted workers like him suddenly without jobs. “That’s when I decided to start a union and speak out.”But Saito’s union did not last long mainly because unskilled workers were not able to handle management issues.Yet, Saito’s failed activism has drawn new support recently as it marked the first national attempt at gathering vulnerable workers together and making a stand.
Mitsuo Nakamura, head of the Corporate Workers Union representing day labourers, explains that it is an opportunity to earn money that attracts people to take the risks.“The day wages in the nuclear industry are higher than what construction workers earn. This is a draw especially for the older men who cannot find other jobs,” he said. Nakamura predicts a rapid decline in the number of workers willing to take unacceptable risks, following public exposure of the working conditions at Fukushima.
News reports say that day labourers at Fukushima are being offered as much as 300 dollars per day. That may explain why most of the workers who went to help stabilise the plant have not returned.

“The nuclear industry has no future without these workers who play a crucial part in the operations,” said Nakamura.

Ben Fulford: Downgrading Debt Like Japanese Emperor Admitting WWII Not Going Well | The 2012 Scenario



Ben Fulford: Downgrading Debt Like Japanese Emperor Admitting WWII Not Going Well | The 2012 Scenario. reblog via 2012IndyInfo.wordpress.com source Steve Beckow- SteveBeckow.com


UFO Invasion – objects to the volcano Sakurajima, Japan August 2, 2011

As everyone knows, in Japan there is an active volcano Sakurajima . This volcano, with varying success attracts a lot of UFO’s that people can watch via web cameras installed in the immediate vicinity of the volcano. Numerous UFO sightings happenedAugust 2, 2011 in the evening.

Ben Fulford, 7-18-11… “The slow fuse will keep burning through July”

Ben Fulford, 7-18-11… “The slow fuse will keep burning through July”. Via kauilapele’s blog.