by Liam Scheff
The Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) has decided to go forward with its plan to destroy the northern hemisphere and everyone in it by removing the 1,530 fuel bundles from the damaged building #4 of the crippled Fukushima nuclear plant. Each rod bundle consists of dozens of smaller ‘mixed-oxide’ fuel rods containing both uranium and plutonium, which can fission in the open air if they clang, clash, are dropped or have lost their protective coating. The good news (for Satan and his minions) is that they have lost much of their protective coating. They have also suffered a degradation of the boron wafers that absorb neutron emissions and keep them from spontaneously fissioning. (A hell of a way to boil water, ain’t it?)
If you’re wondering why or how this kind of insanity could take place on a peaceful, blue planet, let’s say it’s because the people in charge are sociopathic maniacs (ie, they believed nuclear power was safe to begin with). For more, please follow the burning red dot on the horizon, or keep up with Enenews.com for up-to-the-hour reports.
And don’t forget to check out “Official Stories,” because we’re going to need good books to read in the radiological holocaust.
Liam Scheff, “the conspiracy realist” and “investigative comedian,” is a journalist, author, artist, radio host and stand-up lecturer on the contemporary myths of science, politics and culture.
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