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Fukushima meltdown: 2 underground nuclear explosions at crippled plant on Dec 31

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As many know, the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster was a catastrophic failure at the Fukushima I Nuclear Power Plant on 11 March 2011. The failure occurred when the plant was hit by a tsunami triggered by the 9.0 magnitude Tōhoku earthquake.

The plant began releasing substantial amounts of radioactive materials beginning on 12 March 2011 becoming the largest nuclear incident since the 1986 Chernobyl disaster.

A recent edict "of Special Importance" issued to all Ministries of the Russian government by the Office of the Russian President says "a series of underground nuclear explosions occurred at Japan’s crippled atomic Fukushima Daiichi Atomic plant on 31 Dec 2013." The edict of Special Importance is Russia’s highest classification level and refers to information which, if released, would cause damage to the entire Russian Federation.

What about the rest of the world?

The architect of Fukushima Daiichi Reactor 3, Uehara Haruo, warned on Nov 17, 2011, that a “China Syndrome” (aka “hydro-volcanic explosion”) was inevitable due to the melted atomic fuel that escaped the container vessel and is now burning through the earth.

"China Syndrome" is a term that describes a fictional worst-case result of a nuclear meltdown, where reactor components melt through their containment structures and into the underlying earth, "all the way to China."

The China Syndrome is a 1979 American thriller film that tells the story of a television reporter and her cameraman who discover safety cover-ups at a nuclear power plant. The film was released on March 16, 1979, 12 days before the Three Mile Island nuclear accident in Dauphin County, Pennsylvania. In one scene, physicist Dr. Elliott Lowell (Donald Hotton) says that the China Syndrome would render "an area the size of Pennsylvania" permanently uninhabitable.”

According to the report, Ministry of Defense (MOD) “assets” associated with the Red Banner Pacific Fleet detected two low-level, underground atomic explosions in the Fukushima disaster zone on Dec 31,

  • The first explosion measured 5.1 magnitude in intensity
  • The second, a 3.6 magnitude explosion followed moments later

The MOD further reports that evidence that these underground nuclear explosions occurred after mysterious steam plumes were spotted on Dec 19, then again on Dec 24, 25, and 27.

This was confirmed by a report on Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) website, which continues

“the United States appears to have had a more advanced notice of these underground nuclear explosions, as evidenced by their purchase in early December of 14 million doses of potassium iodide, a compound that protects the body from radioactive poisoning in the aftermath of severe nuclear accidents, to be delivered before the beginning of February 2014."

What aren't we being told about the world we live in? New reports state that dangerous radiation levels have been detected in snows found in Texas, Colorado, and Missouri.

READ: FLEX, the nuclear plant 'Rescue Wagon' for natural and unnatural disasters

There is a horrific event unfolding around us. Why isn't the public being warned of the danger posed by the meltdown at the Fukushima nuclear plant? (Source)

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