Violent Anti-Japan protests break out across China

September 18, 2012
(Mad Jewess)Over the past 48 hours there has been a fervent nationalist surge and anti-Japanese sentiment that resulted in the death of the Japanese ambassador in China, just one week after he took his post.

Long-standing historical and geopolitical tensions between Japan and China are coming to a head over a group of islands in the East China Sea. Japan’s GDP is now declining in real terms, its economy crippled by years of deflation, whose infrastructure is impaired due to anti-nuclear power sentiment, and one which generally can NOT afford an all out diplomatic, political and economic conflict with China.
The popular mood in China is for war. While Japan faces crucial elections, massive protests against Japan erupted in dozens of Chinese cities. In some places, anger was vented against Japanese products and brands. Protesters overturned Japanese-brand cars, set fire to buildings, and smashed Japanese-made electronics.
China has sent six “ocean surveillance” ships to the disputed waters for the purpose of “law enforcement”. The struggle for sovereignty over the Diaoyu Islands (called Senkaku Islands in Japan) is heating up at a dangerous time for both countries.
Yu Zhirong, a high-ranking official in the Chinese State Oceanic Administration, upped the ante in a recent interview, saying: “We will have to chase off Japan Coast Guard vessels from Chinese territorial waters. We are not fearful of risking a minor conflict.” While the leadership in both nations might not fear a small symbolic confrontation, the repercussions of such a move would be felt around the world. No one can guarantee that any conflict in the East China Sea would remain “minor”. Japan’s close security ties with the United States would likely drag America into any clash.
Who is prompting the escalating, and why now?

Water which is too pure has no fish

January 11, 2012

Water which is too pure has no fishIn popular culture the quote “Water Which is Too Pure Has No Fish” comes from the movie Bulletproof Monk with Chow Yun-Fat. But it originates from the Ts’ai Ken T’an (Vegetable Roots Discourses) compiled by Hong Zicheng during the time of the Ming Dynasty (1368 to 1644) in China. There are elements of Taoism, Confucianism and Chan (later to be called Zen in Japan) Buddhism to these writings. The section that contains this quote is:Soil that is dirty grows the countless things. Water that is clear has no fish. Thus as a mature person you properly include and retain a measure of grime. You can’t just go along enjoying your own private purity and restraint. (Robert Aitken trans.) via and image via

I know this is supposed to be one of those Jewish Neo Con blogs, but this comes to mind. I get a lot of criticism online… and it annoys me. I’m a person who is interested in learning and while political correction is irksome… so are people who insist on everything coming out of the Torah. Also I would like to note that I did not realize that most people in our country got this passage from a mainstream martial arts film. I had a free market Republican Buddhist principle in high school and he was very Zen… and while I found his tolerance for man hating feminists who wouldn’t date me to be stunting to my mental health… he did have some wisdom as well.

Sorry this had nothing to do with Israel or right wing politics. Those who think I’m a narrow minded twit, don’t understand me at all.

Fukushima Sabotaged by Stuxnet Virus?

April 24, 2011

Now we know who caused the Nuclear Meltdown in Japan  …the Joooooooooooos!.. ……I could of predicted this…


become a fake Truther and make these libels before everyone else. Then I could be bigger then Charlie Sheen! oh… and btw this Starbuck’s Latte Bitch is wrong. All six nuclear generators were made by G.E. not Siemens. 

here is the truth:Hours after a 8.9 magnitude earthquake followed by a devastating tsunami struck Japan, Jewish and Israeli humanitarian groups pledged


to those who are annoyed that I am giving exposure to a complete lunatic…. don’t blame me… This was already going viral.  just sit back and laugh at this bimbo.

Crack leaks radioactive water into sea off Japan

April 7, 2011

Manholes poke out from the ground in Urayasu, Japan,
due to the liquefaction triggered by the 9.0 magnitude earthquake.
The phenomenon, which allows sand and water
to rise following ground shaking,
was particularly pronounced in this area as a result of the

long duration of the March 11 quake. via

Highly radioactive water was leaking into the sea Saturday from a crack discovered at a nuclear power plant destabilized by last month’s earthquake and tsunami, a new setback as frustrated survivors of the disasters complained that Japan’s government was paying too much attention to the nuclear crisis.

“Hell In A Bottle” 1986 Japan via doppelganger

 The contaminated water will quickly dissipate into the sea and is not expected to cause any health hazard. Nevertheless, the disturbing discovery points at the unexpected problems that can crop up and continue to hamper technicians trying to control the crisis.

Increases in radiation from sources that are likely from troubled nuclear energy reactors in Japan.

All this talk about Asia makes me hungry

I guess this is their response to the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki

A RadNet radiation monitor is seen on the roof of the Bay Area Air
Quality District offices on
March 16, 2011 in San Francisco.
In the wake of the nuclear
disaster in Japan,
the Environmental Protection
Agency is deploying additional radiation
detectors in areas on the
West Coast to compliment
the existing RadNet system,
which measures radition levels in air.
RadNet is a nationwide network
of monitoring stations in each state
that collect samples of air, rain,
drinking water, and milk
for analysis of radioactivity. 

For our friends on the left coast you have time to flee to one of those red states you hate so much and here is a little more information for you.

looting in Japan

Inside Story – Japan’s Nuclear Crisis …Is this the nightmare scenario of nuclear meltdown becoming real? And what can be done to contain the nuclear threat while at the same time dealing with the widespread destruction caused by Japan’s largest recorded earthquake?

A monitor in Sacramento maintained by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency today showed slight increases in radiation from sources that are likely from troubled nuclear energy reactors in Japan.
The “beta” category picks up strontium, while the “gamma” category picks up cesium and iodine. All three are constituents typically associated with nuclear energy production.
The recent increases remain within normal background levels, the EPA said, which vary according to atmospheric conditions.
The numbers are recorded in “counts per minute,” which is a way of measuring radiation levels over time and cannot be easily compared to dose levels, such as those experienced by medical patients undergoing X-ray examination.

Another monitor in Sacramento, maintained by the U.S. Department of Energy as part of the Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty Organization, also picked up elevated radiation levels. This monitor, which is far more sensitive, detected “miniscule quantities” of the radioactive isotope xenon-133, the agency stated.
The origin was determined to be consistent with a release from the Fukushima reactors in northern Japan. The levels detected were at 0.1 disintegrations per second per cubic meter of air, which results in a dose rate about one-millionth of the dose rate a person normally receives from rocks, bricks, the sun and other natural background sources. This coincides with a similar reading March 16 through 17 in Washington state.
Xenon-133 is a radioactive noble gas produced during nuclear fission that poses no concern at the detected level, according to the Department of Energy. via

THE NEW YORK TIMES: Japanese Scramble to Avert Meltdowns as Nuclear Crisis Deepens After Quake: TOKYO — Japanese officials struggled on Sunday to contain a widening nuclear crisis in the aftermath of a devastating earthquake and tsunami, saying they presumed that partial meltdowns had occurred at two crippled reactors and that they were bracing for a second explosion, even as they faced serious cooling problems at four more reactors. >>> Hiroko Tabuchi and Matthew L. Wald | Sunday, March 13, 2011

Russia says it will double oil exports to Japan this year, invites Tokyo to join gas projects

March 28, 2011

MOSCOW (AP) – A senior Cabinet official says Russia will double its oil exports to Japan to 18 million tons this year to help its neighbor through the aftermath of the devastating earthquake and tsunami.
Deputy Prime Minister Igor Sechin said Tuesday that Japanese companies could join Russia’s Gazprom in exploring two massive gas fields, Russian news agencies reported. That includes Kovykta which contains 2 trillion cubic meters of gas.
Amid relief efforts to help the tsunami-stricken nation, Moscow has been eager to use the opportunity to boost its energy sales to Japan.
Prime Minister Vladimir Putin earlier suggested that Russia could redirect some of the liquiefied natural gas it planned to sell to Europe to Japan instead.

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Rebuilding JAPAN is CHEAP compared to U.S. debt

March 26, 2011

FUKUSHIMA, Japan – The toll of Japan’s triple disaster came into clearer focus Monday after police estimates showed more than 18,000 people died, the World Bank said rebuilding may cost $235 billion and more cases of radiation-tainted vegetables and tap water turned up.


images of Godzilla as seen in One Crazy Summer via

The Outstanding Public Debt as of 21 Mar 2011 at 03:30:18 PM GMT is:

$ 1 4 , 2 3 9 , 0 9 5 , 7 6 1 , 3 8 1 . 5 0

The estimated population of the United States is 310,241,378

so each citizen’s share of this debt is
The National Debt has continued to increase an average of

$4.12 billion per day since September 28, 2007!

Concerned? Then tell Congress and the White House!

Japan’s Bonds Fall on Cost of Quake Recovery; Futures Rise as Stocks Slide

March 26, 2011

Bond futures jumped for a second day after Prime Minister Naoto Kan said the danger of further radiation leaks from a damaged nuclear power station is rising. The cost to protect against Japan’s nonpayment soared to a record and stocks tumbled as the stricken Fukushima Dai-Ichi nuclear plant was rocked by two further explosions today. The Ministry of Finance will sell 1.1 trillion yen ($13.5 billion) of 20-year bonds tomorrow.

“It remains unclear whether the stance of investors can remain the same in this difficult situation with few clues to the scale of damage” caused by the earthquake, said Keiko Onogi, a fixed-income strategist at Daiwa Securities Capital Markets Co. in Tokyo. “I’ve been looking for a positive catalyst for the auction but can find little at this moment.”  via
It seems that Godzilla is getting the remake treatment yet again. Just 10 years after the latest reboot.  release in 2012. via
this is the real Godzilla.  As Beck noted on FOX NEWS. not a NUCLEAR meltdown, but a financial one. Japan will sell American bonds to recover. So who will buy our debt?