Saturday, March 19, 2011

The Fukushima Nuclear Disaster: Dig Deep Enough Into This Disaster, And Take A Good Guess What Criminal Nation You Find?

Ever since the disaster at the Fukushima nuclear power station started to unfold as of last weekend, there has been many articles around the alternative press and the real truth movement saying that the earthquake did not cause the trouble with the cooling systems of the reactors not kicking in properly,.   

For this article, I want to focus on two amazing issues that may show that the Fukushima nuclear disaster may not be what the Zionist Jewish controlled media wants us to believe.   First, just recently I came across some very important information that I want to share here with my own readers.   One major article first surfaced on Mark Glenn's website, the Ugly Truth, at, that shows that an ISRAELI security firm was in charge of security for the Fukushima nuclear power station... Here is that important article for you to view right here:

Israeli Security Firm in Charge at Japanese Nuke Facilities Prior to Disaster

Posted: March 18, 2011 by crescentandcross in Uncategorized

Ed note–to all those who scoffed at my questioning whether or not the present nuclear meltdown taking place at Japan’s nuke facility might have been part of an Israeli intel operation aimed at demonstrating the power of Israel’s stuxnet computer virus, Haaretz is now reporting that it was the Israeli security firm Magna that was providing security for the plant prior to the incident.
Israeli firm which secured Japan nuclear plant says workers there ‘putting their lives on the line’
Magna CEO says Japanese workers at nuclear plant ‘projecting business as usual’ but says it is ‘unclear if they are healthy due to the high level of radiation at the reactor, which is life-threatening.’
The CEO of the Israeli company that installed the security system at Japan’s Fukushima nuclear power plant said Thursday that those workers who have elected to stay behind are “putting their lives on the line” to save Japan.
Magna BSP set up the security system about a year ago at the facility, which suffered extensive damage after the recent earthquake and tsunami, with particular concern over radiation leakage from the reactors at the site.
Fukushima damaged plant - AP - Mar. 15, 2011The damaged No. 4 unit of the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear complex in Japan, on Tuesday March 15, 2011.
Photo by: AP
The system includes cameras and a warning system, enabling the facility’s security staff to monitor anyone attempting to trespass onto the site or damage the perimeter fence. The security system was designed to guard the plant against any hostile elements seeking to seize radioactive material to use in a terrorist attack.
Among the 50 Japanese workers who have remained at Fukushima amid the unfolding crisis, in an effort to bring the facility under control, are two individuals who were in Israel about three weeks ago, where they underwent training to transfer the operation of the security system to the Japanese themselves.
“We still haven’t been able to make contact with them, either by phone or e-mail,” Magna CEO Haim Siboni said yesterday. “We know they’re alive, but it’s not clear if they are healthy due to the high level of radiation at the reactor, which is life-threatening.”
“The Japanese workers who have remained at the reactor are really putting their lives on the line, with the knowledge that they’re doing it to save all of Japan,” he added.
Although there is no access to the area, Siboni said the cameras from his company’s security system – which were installed high up – were probably not damaged and likely captured the post-earthquake explosions at the site, as well as the impact of the tsunami.
Magna BSP was established by Siboni about 10 years ago and is owned by several partners. Based in Dimona, the firm employs 15 people, a number which Siboni expects to expand dramatically in light of additional orders Magna has received from Japan and interest shown by the operators of nuclear reactors in other countries. Its operations in Japan are conducted through a Japanese government firm.
“We have an agreement in principle with the Japanese that we will provide protection for all of the country’s nuclear reactors,” Siboni said.
Magna had planned to send additional security equipment to Japan next week. The Japanese have not asked that the shipment be halted, Siboni said, adding: “They are projecting business as usual.”

And this from the Jerusalem Post–
Israeli firm’s cameras recording Japanese nuclear core
03/15/2011 01:43
Security cameras installed by Israeli defense company at Fukushima plant have ability to detect presence of radioactive clouds in air.
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As the world continues to gaze with concern at Japan’s Fukushima nuclear power plant, hi-tech security cameras installed by an Israeli defense firm are recording events at the troubled core from an insider’s vantage point.
The Arava-based Magna BSP company, which specializes in producing and installing stereoscopic sensory and thermal imaging cameras, had been contracted to place cameras around one of the plant’s six cores – the core that has been experiencing explosions and overheating.
Speaking to The Jerusalem Post on Monday, Magna’s head, Haim Siboni, said the thermal cameras also had the ability to detect the presence of radioactive clouds in the air, but added that Magna had not been able to gain access to the images recorded by the cameras at this time.
“Because we are using these special cameras, we can also identify radioactive clouds, due to the spectrum that our cameras can sense,” Siboni said.
Although Magna is able to gain remote access to its computer system, which receives the cameras’ images, Siboni said his company had not yet been authorized to do so.
“We have not been allowed to take control remotely yet,” Siboni said.
Magna has been asked to secure a second core at the Fukushima plant in the near future.

Secondly, I want to bring forward this important article from a Japanese website, the Daily Yomiuri Online, at, that states that the insidious and most evil Israeli developed Stuxnet virus may have been introduced into Japanese power plants via simple USB memory sticks.   Here is that article:

New cybervirus found in Japan / Stuxnet designed to attack off-line servers via USB memory sticks

Stuxnet, a computer virus designed to attack servers isolated from the Internet, such as at power plants, has been confirmed on 63 personal computers in Japan since July, according to major security firm Symantec Corp.

The virus does not cause any damage online, but once it enters an industrial system, it can send a certain program out of control.

Symantec says the virus reaches the servers via USB memory sticks, and warns against the careless use of such devices.

Systems at power plants, gas stations and water facilities are not connected to the Internet to protect them from cyber-attacks.

A Symantec engineer who has analyzed the virus said it was made using advanced technology, and it is highly likely a well-funded organization, not an individual, produced it. The virus has spread throughout the globe via the Internet.

After Stuxnet finds its way onto an ordinary computer via the Internet, it hides there, waiting for a USB memory stick to be connected to the computer, when it transfers itself to the memory stick. When the USB device is then connected to a computer linked to an isolated server, it can enter the system and take control of it.

As computers that harbor Stuxnet do not operate strangely, the virus can be transferred to a memory stick inadvertently.

According to the security company, the virus is designed to target a German-made program often used in systems managing water, gas and oil pipelines. The program is used at public utilities around the world, including in Japan.

The virus could cause such systems to act erratically, and it could take months to restore them to normal.

The 63 infected computers found in Japan were likely infected sometime after June.

According to the company, about 60 percent of the computers that have been infected with the virus were discovered in Iran. Since September, about 30,000 computers there have been found to be infected with the virus. The country's Industry and Mines Ministry has called the virus an electronic act of war.

Some computers at the Iranian Bushehr nuclear power plant, which is scheduled to begin operation in October, have been infected with the virus.

A supervisor at the plant said the virus has not damaged the facility's main computer system and would not affect its planned opening.

In Japan, no public utilities have been affected by the virus. Nevertheless, the Cabinet Office's National Information Security Center has urged electric power companies to exercise extreme care when using USB devices, and to scan any programs that may have been tampered with.

(Oct. 5, 2010)

NTS Notes:  Readers, I hope that you are seeing the direct correlation that I am seeing between these two points.  Naysayers may say that these may just be coincidence... But I have to ask:  What are the odds????  

Having an Israeli firm in charge of security over nuclear power plants and the weird and still unexplained sudden shut down of the cooling system at the Fukushima reactor site, which can be done via the Israeli developed Stuxnet virus, clearly puts the criminal state of Israel very much in the picture as a very strong suspect that is responsible for this entire nuclear disaster.

So it may appear that Israel's sick development of their evil Stuxnet virus that was intended to destroy Iran's peaceful nuclear power development may have potentially, either intentionally or  unintentionally, caused the greatest nuclear accident ever on this planet.    

The question then remains:  Was this disaster intentional or accidental?   I will continue to keep on top of any further findings.   Stay tuned!   

More to come



FrankDialogue said...

In the USA, the Israeli firm MAGAL operates security not only for civilian nuclear plans, but also for military nuke storage sites...Magal also controls security for some American dams and reservoirs.

Anonymous said...

this is hillerius dude
your way of connecting things is childish at most

Northerntruthseeker said...

Actually what is hilarious and extremely childish is the way you spell..."Dude"... How old are you???

Typical of the mentality of those who cannot see or use critical thinking...

I am leaving this anonymous comment up for others to see the average IQ of the sheep these days.