Continue praying for the people of Japan.THIS IS A NIGHTMARE. The workers are now getting sick with the president of the nuclear facility being hospitalized.What I have learned from the whole issue is how men kill themselves.

Just this nuclear disaster as poisoned food and water and that is enough to wipe out a big chunk of the population not forgetting the already catastrophic humanitarian crisis after the earthquakes.

Moreover so great is the disaster that mass burials have been set up halting the local l custom of cremation.

This is clearly judgment from God though many tend to disagree with that notion .

All I can say is wait and see .

Meanwhile March has been as hot as ever with high food prices and fuel prices and the ongoing war in LIbya.

April will be a roller coaster too.We make this projections in light of the NWO implementation plan.

These guys are not going to slow down .If they do they will cover it up with some events , but acceleration is their key because the more time they waste the more people get aware and hence think of stopping the system from working.

Do you know where knowledge and intelligence is blocked the most ? THE MILITARY . The military people come from poor and humble backgrounds, hence also the POOR are exploited in this web of deceit.

If militants knew the issues bedeviling their countries they can revolt and this is why as the world explodes , more Militant Government are going to rise and seek to put order in society.

So it is a very rough ride for the world but let us build your faith in the scriptures KJV; the more the days the better so that we are strong when the storms hit home.

So in this short review March has been so ugly one can only wonder whether April will be less ugly.I am afraid not.

Arthur Owiti


Radiation levels soar in Japan sea water
Radiation levels in sea water near Japan’s damaged Fukushima nuclear plant have reached more than 3,000 times the legal limit, officials said, as efforts continue to bring the country’s nuclear crisis under control.

Japan’s nuclear safety agency said on Wednesday that water near the crippled plant’s No. 1 reactor contained radioactive iodine at 3,355 times the legal limit.

Officials said they did not know what caused the radiation level to rise.

“The figures are rising further. We need to find out as quickly as possible the causes and to stop them from rising any higher,” Hidehiko Nishiyama, the agency’s deputy director-general, told a news conference.

But he also played down the danger, saying residents had been evacuated from the area and no fishing was taking place.

“Iodine 131 has a half-life of eight days, and even considering its concentration in marine life, it will have deteriorated considerably by the time it reaches people.”

TEPCO president hospitalised

A 9.0-magnitude earthquake and tsunami on March 11 knocked out the cooling systems of the Fukushima plant’s six reactors – sparking explosions and fires and releasing radiation.

The radiation from the plant northeast of the capital, Tokyo, has wafted into the air, contaminating farm produce and drinking water, and has also seeped into the Pacific Ocean.

Tokyo Electric Power Co. (TEPCO), the beleaguered utility company that runs the damaged plant, has been struggling to stabilise the overheated power plant and contain the radiation.

But in yet another crisis to beset the company, officials announced on Wednesday that TEPCO’s president had been hospitalised with high blood pressure.

Masataka Shimizu, 66, was taken to a Tokyo hospital on Tuesday after suffering dizziness, Naoki Tsunoda, a TEPCO spokesman, said.

Meanwhile, TEPCO shares fell 100 yen, the maximum daily limit, to 466 yen ($5.60) on Wednesday – a fall of 18 per cent. The company’s share price has tumbled nearly 80 per cent since the crisis began.

Safety measures

Japan’s trade ministry ordered nuclear power plant operators to immediately start implementing new safety measures on Wednesday in light of the crisis at the Fukushima plant.

The steps, to be completed by the end of April, include preparing backup power in case of loss of power supply, and having fire trucks with hoses ready at all times to intervene and ensure cooling systems for both reactors and pools of used fuel are maintained.

The operators must also revise their own operating manuals and train staff based on the revised rules.

Japan was on Wednesday considering plans to drape shattered nuclear reactor buildings with special covers to limit radiation, and pump contaminated water into a tanker anchored offshore.

“Every possibility” was under discussion, cabinet spokesman Yukio Edano said. These included covering three badly damaged outer reactor buildings with special fabric caps and fitting air filters to limit radiation. Another plan was to anchor an empty tanker off reactor two, so that workers can pump several Olympic swimming pools’ worth of highly-radioactive runoff water into its hull, the Asahi Shimbun daily reported, citing unnamed government officials.

Residents within 20 kilometres of the Fukushima plant have been evacuated, while those up to 30 kilometres have been urged to leave voluntarily as radiation has made its way into vegetables, raw milk and water.

But the nuclear fears have only compounded the humanitarian disaster following the earthquake and tsunami. The death toll from the disaster has risen to 11,000 people, with more than 17,000 still missing.