Alright, I was starting to see a pattern and it was looking more and more like this was turning out to be the Year of the Nuclear Disaster, just like last year was the Year of the Oil Disaster, but it was just a hunch- no real evidence to back it up. Just a feeling. If there was a smoking gun, I didn’t expect they’d be sticking it in our face on the news quite so soon, but then I was catching up on the situation at Fort Calhoun and something struck me.
On June 28, we were receiving reports from the MSM that although the flood waters had risen and some safety measures had failed, there were others in place that would prevent the facility from experiencing a major disaster. According to the following article from CNN, the AquaBerm that had been placed around the plant had accidentally been punctured and deflated, but:
“He said the chances of floodwater getting into the building where the core is kept are almost zero.
The plant is designed to withstand waters up to 1,014 feet above mean sea level, according to the OPPD. The river currently stands at 1,006.3 feet and is not expected to exceed 1,008 feet, the OPPD said.”
Personally, it was not very reassuring to me that it would take a mere 6 extra feet of water, beyond the upper limit of what is expected, to cause a major catastrophe. Given that Scott from Believer’s Underground had just told me that there were another 3 months of spring melt on the way, I didn’t see how the plant representative could boldly state the risk of flooding getting into sensitive areas was almost zero.
Be that as it may, I didn’t think much more of it until the subject of the AquaBerm came up again. Maybe it was in the way it was phrased in this article in asianweek.com:
“Like it was a good idea to make a water berm out of a giant Hefty garbage bag. Some machinery at night puntured the dang thing and it deflated leaving 2 ft of water all over the place, and the plant was on emergency backup power for a while because water got to another connection, but it’s back to offsite power again.”
This had this ‘aw shucks folks, we dunno what happened’ tone to it that seems to always pop up when there is something sinister afoot. Like on 9/11 when they couldn’t scramble the fighter jets to intercept the planes, or when the Undie Bomber somehow made it through security with no Visa or passport, or when Haliburton ordered drilling mud to be replaced with seawater, or when BP had boons placed in the Gulf in entirely the wrong way.
Uh…d-uh… we put up an inflated hefty bag then we let sharp equipment get near it and, uh, it busted. Nevermind that that is what those things are designed for, to contain flood waters and that it’s a little more high-tech than a Hefty bag. Looks like someone is pulling the incompetence card.
But here is the real smoking gun, James Acton from the Carneghie Endowment for International Peace stating on MSNBC News:
“This is not business as usual. You don’t build these AquaBerms and then order to have them destroyed. That said, I think the prospect of a significant release of radiation into the environment is still very slim.”
Is that suspicious enough for you? Who ordered to have it destroyed and why? To push the ‘green agenda’ for deindustrialization? I’m no big fan of nuclear energy myself, but how far will they go to have all our power replaced with biofuels? Far enough to sacrifice lives for the ‘greater good’? And let’s not forget to ask the quintessential conspiracy theory question: ‘who benefits?’ Is it a coincidence that Bill Gates and the Rockefellers are putting all their chips on biofuels? If false flag history tells us anything, probably not.