More than 2 ½ years after Billy Meier warned that the Fukushima disaster was already a super worst-possible-case-scenario, the world is slowly beginning to learn the incomprehensible truth. And quite possibly the tradition of saving face, which has assumed suicidal if not possibly genocidal proportions, is giving way to the truth.
Saving face, like diplomacy, is merely glorified lying; lying that is dressed up, ritualized and institutionalized, but it’s lying just the same. The Plejaren long ago explained that lying is simply illogical, as it only compounds the negative consequences of trying to suppress the truth.
Could there be a more poignant and painful example of how true this is than the way the officials in Japan have handled this monumental disaster?
Here is the headline that just made the front page of the Japan Times. Hopefully it’s a sign that people recognize that the disaster itself was bad enough and that, while it’s long past due, they can finally admit the pressing need to reach out for the best international help available.
Please also support the efforts of this environmental group to eliminate the use of nuclear energy plants entirely. And investigate the one readily available, inexhaustible supply of energy -deep geothermal energy, as explained by Meier in as the time fulfills.
Special thanks to Chris Lock for the headline.