Israeli-Japanese Nuclear War -- Japan offered to enrich uranium for IRAN four months before Fukushima unnatural tsunami
From Dick Eastman
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.
1. Japan annoys Israel:
a) 11th March 2010 – exactly one year before the event – Japan deplores Israel’s expansive plans to build upon the West Bank: ‘Japan demands that the plans should not be implemented’. ‘Demands’, eh? Did they maybe need to be taught a lesson?
b) 18 Feb 2011 Japan voted against Israel for the first time at UN, on a motion condemning Israeli West Bank settlements.
c) Feb 2010 Japan offered to enrich uranium for Iran.
2. Japan employs an Israeli security firm for its Fukushima nuclear reactor (Arava based firm called Magna BSP. Arava is a district around Dimona) QUOTE: “It is documented that a team from Israel, with a history consisting only of working in Israeli defense, got unlimited access to a Japanese nuclear facility, which then went boom.”
3. The Stuxnet virus arrives in Japan shortly after Magna BSP arrived. This was a Mossad/CIA creation, used to wreck Iran’s nuclear reactors in 2010. It is able to undermine liquid-flow technology, while preserving the control dials so it looks as if the system is functioning normally.
4. Israel places a rather huge ‘camera’ inside reactor number 3, over 1000 lbs in weight, but actually it was a mini-nuke.
5. An earthquake strikes Japan Mark 6.8 on the Richter scale, not 9 (i.e. a hundred times weaker, its a log scale) with an inland epicentre, at 2.48 pm. Synchronously, did the mini-nuke blow up, demolishing reactors 3 and 4 at Fukushima? The charts (shown by Jim Stone) are the records from Kurihara, about 100 km north of Fukushima.
THE EXPLOSION: “The containment walls were at their thinnest points in the lowest allowed General Electric design a minimum of 4 foot thick steel reinforced concrete, were likely to be a minimum of 8 feet thick, and were totally blown away. All concrete was stripped from the rebar, which was left dangling. Reactor 3 vanished entirely,as seen in the classified photo used to compare the destruction to the diagram and reactor 4 appears to have been blown to pieces as seen in this classified photo The yellow dome which should be sitting on top of reactor 4 can be clearly seen on the wrong side of the containment building. This type of destruction is is indicative of hard weaponry in use; a hydrogen air mix will not do that. Reactors are not made out of tinfoil. On top of this, there was no potential for an explosion at reactor 4 at all, it had been defueled. SO WHAT, PRAY TELL, BLEW IT APART? That’s the dirty question no one is asking – how did that happen?” more
And this from the Jerusalem Post–
Israeli firm’s cameras recording Japanese nuclear core
Security cameras installed by Israeli defense company at Fukushima plant have ability to detect presence of radioactive clouds in air.
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.