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Tokyo 150,000 Anti-Nuclear Protest June 29th, Not Reported

"I bring you another special report from Tokyo. The Ghost Letter Reports was on the scene for a Anti-Nuclear protest in central Tokyo which quickly grew from 60,000 to well over 150,000 people in a matter of several minutes."

Historic Anti-Nuclear Protest In Tokyo. June 29th 2012


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I read one report that said, "200,000"...

but the NEW YORK TIMES reported "thousands".

There are hundreds of protests Worldwide now...NO reports!

This is the end game in full swing.
Huge protests all over...and not a mention in the news!!!
IF there is something told,it is usually spun to indicate a few radicals are causing trouble,when in fact huge numbers of regular people are hitting the streets to vent their frustration at there "so-called" governments inability to listen.

"Carpe Diem"-Seize the day!!!

150k people and the media has

150k people and the media has its head in the sand, again...

Iceland is looking warm!!!

"Any fool can criticize, condemn and complain and most fools do." -Benjamin Franklin

Little Elm, Tx

how does this effect the

how does this effect the liberty movement?

think about it

dont think too hard wouldnt want you to pass out

umm lets see japan had 52 or 54 reactors running at one time




"He's this eccentric Ghandi-Like figure that you cant touch with the normal bribes that people respond to."
the man Doug Wead on DR. RON PAUL

It doesn't.

But then again, the daily Paul of now isn't the same daily Paul of July 2011. It's now filled with flamboyant, anti-libertarian conspiracies and whacked out Alex Jones/Russia Today types. I used to enjoy coming on here and seeing all the political articles and insight from a libertarian-conservative point of view, and of course the campaign coverage. I'm done coming on here.

As for this non-news "story", there's nothing that could survive a 9.0 earthquake AND a massive tsunami without damage.

I'm not even a big nuclear guy since there's cheaper and safer Natural Gas, Coal, Geo Thermal, Oil, Offshore Wind, oil, hydroelectric.....well, you get the point, that don't require subsidies.


ghey open your eyes and see whats going on , the corruption that has occured at ALL LEVELS OF GOVRENMENT especially the "RON PAUL ELECTION FRAUD" that is what is bringing more and more to this site.

whacked out RT and ALex types , haha

I guess you like seeing the lamestream news that lies constantly

go watch fox.com and get your news from there buddy , your better off.

enjoy your flouride!

"He's this eccentric Ghandi-Like figure that you cant touch with the normal bribes that people respond to."
the man Doug Wead on DR. RON PAUL

This has everything to do

This has everything to do with Liberty.

Implying that this "non-news" story came from the mouths of whacked out conspiracy theorists doesn't help you.

You may as well say the FED has nothing to do with Liberty as it and the nuclear/military industrial complex are run from the same interests.

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If the northern hemisphere becomes uninhabitable,?

There won't be much left if spent fuel pool #4 goes.

Al Jazeera

has decent articles about fukishima and whats going on i suggest you read some of them.

their electrical company is heavily government sanctioned

and that is the gist of it.. that's what they should be protesting. otherwise--none. this has nothing to do with liberty. besides random advices for people to dig random stuff to read and waste time on.

We The People of this world

... could have had safe Thorium reactors and almost limitless power for a positive future.

Instead we have GE Mark 1 reactors located directly over earthquake faults and with "spent" rods stored in huge arrays directly above these reactors.

.... and people still think eugenics is a "conspiracy theory"

»»»— use your brain —«««

I don't think nuclear power is a eugenics conspiracy

Because the conspirators wouldn't be safe either. It's not like they have some secret protection from radioactivity. They have the same lead, iodine, and rubber suits that we have.

I think that is why since we dropped the bombs no country has nuked another one. The people with the keys to the nuclear triggers don't want to die, either.

Mark Lundgren, Drugs exist

Mark Lundgren,

Drugs exist that protect human DNA from ionizing radiation.
You should also note it's not available to the general public.

Here is just one example.


I still don't believe a long term sinister conspiracy as science secrets never remain secret for long, but this is incredible.

Right on Wikipedia, too.


I've wondered about this too.

I've wondered about this too. Maybe they know of something that neutralizes radiation. Otherwise, it's difficult to imagine who would create something so dangerous that they can lose control of. I suppose they could be super idiots - or maybe like to live dangerously - or want to die young. There are all kinds in this world!

nuclear industry

nuclear industry will be the end of us all , unless the iranians can come up with the cold fusion or theroum reactor and release the knowledge to the world before we destroy them

"He's this eccentric Ghandi-Like figure that you cant touch with the normal bribes that people respond to."
the man Doug Wead on DR. RON PAUL

This is all just BS ...

An antiquated Nuclear power plant survives one of the worlds worst earthquakes followed swiftly by one of its worst tsunamis and only fails because of flooding of the backup generators ... and all nuclear power is considered unsafe? In my mind that just shows how safe it is. Move the backup generators and what is it going to take to make it fail then? ... a nuclear warhead?

Now, I am all for research and development of LFTR reactors ... but to shutdown current reactors over the fear that what happened in Japan could happen again (as in one of the worlds worst earthquakes followed swiftly by one of its worst tsunamis) is irrational.

Especially when the alternative is rolling brownouts and the loss of life caused by them.

Are you brain-dead?

The entire northern Pacific Ocean is now radioactive including all the fish in it. It's still leaking there's no way to stop it. This is not a minor incident, it's still going on and there's no end in sight.

"We can't solve problems by using the same kind of thinking we used when we created them."
Albert Einstein

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Human error and politics (of course) play roles in this, too.

1. Operators mistakenly shut down battery-driven cooling on one reactor for three hours.

2. As the commission's summary notes, Tepco's nuclear energy division understood as early as 2006 that some tsunami researchers believed that a tsunami in 869 A.D. would have crested well above Fukushima Daiichi's seawalls. But the industry judged that raising seawalls and other such high-profile safety upgrades would call its myth of "absolute safety" into question. As the report puts it: "Power companies found themselves caught in their own trap."

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It's what came afterward that this thread is about. The lies &

the denial of the dangers of radiation exposure. TEPCO and the Japanese government conspired to withhold vital information from the people, and all with the blessing of the U.S. government and the American companies who build nuclear power plants. That's what this protest was about, not the catastrophe itself, but the deceptions that came later.

Source != Focus

That is legitimate, but the entire anger over that is being subverted by activists that are turning it into a campaign against nuclear power instead of government corruption.

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This is what fascism brings, government corruption.

Obama pads the wallets of solar companies, but they still cannot make it, so they go bankrupt. We lose money and jobs, but no harm done. The government bails out the car companies so that they move overseas. The same thing occurs. Now the government hides design flaws and questionable safety features in preexisting nuclear power plants to help the profit margin of big international power companies. When a disaster occurs and a lot of harm is done, the companies continue to enjoy the protection of their governments. With fascism, the company comes first, not the people.

It's both.

It's both.

The reactor meltdowns in

The reactor meltdowns in Japan have melted into the ground and
water table and will continue to spew radiation for the rest of our lives and for centuries. There is no way to stop it now. The truth has been blacked out just as Ron Paul. Not well known is the fact that the problem was caused by the earthquake and then exasperated by the tsunami. This event is far worse than Chernobyl. Check out enenews.com if you want to know more. Cold fusion is the future. It is safe and now proven to work. Check out pesn.com to find out about the energy catalyzer (E-Cat)that will be the energy break-through of the 21st century!


some of these posters are narrow minded , they dont see the WORLDWIDE PICTURE!!!!! loko up picture of baby with many arms , it will shock you what a little radiation can do .

"He's this eccentric Ghandi-Like figure that you cant touch with the normal bribes that people respond to."
the man Doug Wead on DR. RON PAUL

Well to be fair there was an

Well to be fair there was an important news story about Lindsay Lohan and rehab or something.

They can't cover everything you know.

Anyone Surprised???

The media has been blacking out Ron Paul rallies since he first ran for President - did anyone really think that the media would report on faulty nuclear reactors built by a company that actually OWNS a major news network?

By the way, I noticed Shepard Smith doesn't look too great these days - hope he's not coming down with a case of "nuclear flu" like a few other journalists who also don't look so hot after covering that "hot" story in Japan last year.

Be seeing you.

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S. Smith said that he lost too much weight.

Agree that he looks terrible. At least now he is consistent with his personality.