VIDEO: Japan's Population to Go Extinct as Fukushima Threatens ...
Safety fears grow at Japan nuclear plant ... Japan breathed a collective sigh of relief when the government declared that the worst of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster was over – the stricken plant having reached a more-or-less stable state known as "cold shutdown". Six months on, fresh safety concerns, focused on what some experts say are vulnerabilities in a pool housing spent uranium fuel, has put the government and Tokyo Electric Power, the plant's owner, on the defensive. It is also highlighting the daunting challenges that remain before the site, devastated by the March 2011 earthquake and tsunami, can be fully secured. – YouTube
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Here's a video that deals partially with the plunging birthrate in Japan and partially with the Fukushima natural disaster. (See below.)
This is a kind of "twofer" disaster video. The Japanese nation and culture is doomed either by a population implosion or by radiation sickness. Choose your poison.
According to the latest demoralizing statistics from Japan, the Japanese just aren't reproducing enough. The total Japanese population, in fact, could reportedly be cut by about a third in 50 years.
We'll get to Fukushima in a moment, but bear with us regarding this other statistic, which has just appeared.
We can't say we blame the Japanese.
While it is true, apparently, that impoverished people tend to have large families, not a lot of research has been done regarding what we think is another human instinct – absent poverty, people respond cautiously to precarious circumstances by having fewer, not more, children.
It is certainly not a great time to be Japanese. The Japanese culture which is so wonderful in so many ways has been turned on end so the knife-blade of enforced conformity and subjugation has been aimed directly at the collective Japanese throat.
While some may say that things are BETTER than they appear for the Japanese, the birthrate tells us otherwise. What content people refuses to have children? Some 50 percent of young Japanese males supposedly don't have girlfriends, let alone plans to get married.
This is not normal male behavior but can be associated with extreme depression. In fact, the modern Japanese society, as evidently and obviously reshaped by the West's globalist elites is enough to depress anyone.
Japanese, especially males, compete by birth for "good jobs" in large, rigid corporations. The best that can be hoped for is a life of subjugation within the context of soulless Japanese corporatism. This terrible system has been made worse by an endless "recession" that has damped the Japanese economy ever since the incredible real estate bubble of the 1980s.
At the time, the Japanese Royal Palace was worth more than the entire state of California. There was a virtual publishing industry in the US and the West generally predicting the Japanese were going to take over the world.
Not anymore. The rigid, consensus driven Japanese political system is basically slow-motion fascism. Between the Scylla and Charybdis of corporatism and fascism, it is no wonder that Japanese males are depressed.
Now add Fukushima into the mix.
The Japanese government – as corrupt as any on the planet – has been lying regularly about Fukushima. The dangers – and fallout – are far worse than previously revealed.
The nuclear reactor rods in nuclear reactor number four are precariously secured. Apparently another earthquake or other form or destabilization might send a deadly plume of radioactive smoke traveling around the world.
We've stayed away from Fukushima coverage because truthfully it is hard to sort out the doomsday claims from reporting that is less alarmist but not necessarily less accurate.
In fact, when it comes to such disasters, it's difficult to analyze the gravity. The best that can be said is that Japanese government itself and its top officials are lying.
If their lips are moving, they're lying.
We don't know where Fukushima will end up in the scheme of things. But one thing is certain now: The powers-that-be are not moving fast enough to secure the many, precariously balanced, nuclear fuel rods in reactor four. The latest estimates are that it will take three years to take the necessary precautions. That's ludicrous.
Between the repression of Japanese civil society and the ongoing threat of national radiation poisoning, it's not a good time to be a member of this wonderful, civilized and hard-working race.
We hope things get better for the Japanese. We hope they don't get worse for the rest of the human population.
We wonder why, given the gravity of the threat, the rest of the world has not mobilized to ensure that global radiation poisoning does not become a reality.
Or perhaps we know the answer ...
Here's the video:
(Video from MsMilkytheclown's YouTube user channel.)