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Stakes are too high for venal IOC officers to brush aside the ABEsolute lie

OUR GOAL HERE IS TO MAKE YOU STOP TO THINK, AS WE ALWAYS DO, RATHER THAN STOP THINKING.


"Right now, we have an emergency."
- Shinji Kinjo, the head of a Nuclear Regulatory Authority task force, quoted by the Reuters on August 5, 2013


Belgian Count-turned-thief Jacques Rogge

Japanese macaques in ecstasy
It's not just the massive leak of radioactive groundwater.

On January 27, 2012, CNN reported: "The team, from the University of Tokyo, said there was a 75% probability that a magnitude seven [or higher] quake would strike the [metropolitan area] in the next four years."

The same report also said: "The government says the chances of such an event are 70% in the next 30 years." As usual, the government's forecast is much more optimistic than the prediction by independent seismologists. And yet, it should mean Tokyo's bid for the 2020 Olympics was supported by a mere wishful thinking from the beginning.

Time and again essentially the same thing has happened in the past, but never in such a big scale. In the late-1990s, Salt Lake City, Utah, U.S.A. offered members of the International Olympic Committee monetary and non-monetary gifts to buy the right to host the 2002 Olympic Winter Games. But the United States Olympic Committee didn't have to raise the ante too high because there wasn't a risk factor as huge and real as radioactive contamination or an imminent earthquake. These guys at USOC would blush if they learned how much their Japanese counterparts have paid, and promised to pay, for their vanity project.

You may call the IOC members recidivist thieves. True, that's what they are. But it's not only useless but even harmful to point a finger at Jacques Rogge, outgoing President of the IOC, and his fellow thieves. Aside from the fact that their wrongdoing doesn't constitute a crime in the light of any national or international law, the fact of the matter remains where no one voluntarily falls victim to a theft, there can't be a thief.

Just think of the deal between a drug dealer and his customers. He thinks it's a juicy business just because the junkies are badly in need of the substance which is otherwise a worthless thing. And who would decline it when someone offered a handsome amount of money in exchange for a small favor? If the Japanese weren't dupes as they actually are, Rogge under the mask of a noble Belgian Count and his fellow thieves wouldn't have done what they did in a hurry before their terms in office expired.

To them it was a piece of cake. All it took was the ceremonial vote which was conducted "electronically" before TV cameras. It's laughable; the vote count wasn't shown real-time on the big screen. Instead, part of the results of the elimination vote was verbally announced minutes later; and the final result of the runoff was made known by Rogge one hour or so later.

All along, tens of millions of Japanese stayed up until dawn, holding their breath just like junkies with serious withdrawal symptoms were awaiting the arrival of the stuff. And the moment they knew their burning desire for international recognition had been fulfilled, they went into raptures as usual.

From the way they are fully determined to host the Olympics at any cost, it now looks as though the Japanese are waging another causeless war against an invisible enemy. They don't give a damn if it's an unwinnable war, which would most probably end up with another nuclear disaster and/or destructive earthquake. That is why they went into ecstasies over the initial success in Buenos Aires just like their parents and grandparents did at the news of Pearl Harbor.

Although very few among my audience seem to have been convinced of the basic premise of my arguments, any human being, by nature, can't be manipulated by others. So if you keep spreading the false idea that we are manipulable, as you always do, you are just encouraging the Japanese to keep manipulating themselves until the end of time.

Enough is enough. ·

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Stakes were too high for venal IOC officers to face the obvious facts
Authored by: Diogenes on Wednesday, September 11 2013 @ 07:12 AM JST
It's too bad that you can't include some dramatic music in the background to emphasize the gigantic danger to this situation. This is going to be a huge blunder when the date for this circus gets closer. The alternative press will be warning people to NOT TO GO TOKYO! To counter that message, the Pinocchios will start bleeting their lies.

This article is just the beginning of what will come as that fateful day approaches.

http://www.naturalnews.com/041964_Olympics_Tokyo_Fukushima_radiation.html

This is a quote taken from this article. It's a no brainer.

"How, exactly, is it safe to host the Olympics in a nation which absolutely no workable evacuation routes from a nuclear facility on the verge of collapsing into another deadly radiation release? The answer to that question is provided by Japan's Prime Minister Abe. He claims that Fukushima is no problem whatsoever, that no one has ever been harmed by it, and that it is fully under control! (A trifecta, he thinks...)"

It doesn't matter if it's Tokyo or any other major city. How do you evacuate millions of people from any large city in sufficient time to keep the people safe from possible contamination? You don't. Just looking at the clogged freeways leading out of New Orleans during the Hurricane Katrina threat is a perfect example of what can happen if an evacuation is ordered. All traffic stops.

Give this a lash, and note the stopped or crawling traffic at around the 2:00 mark. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fg0ar0wFYfM

Now, this was for a storm. Not too much to worry about, but imagine the sheer panic when people discover that a radio-active cloud is heading their way! If you want to get out of a major city in a disaster, get a mountain bike and keep it in your trunk. An alternative would be to have a motor cycle with a full gas tank handy, but the bike will be the cheapest way to go. Best to have a hand gun available to stop any bike thieves, but then no one but Yakuzas will have those in Japan, so the bike may be a bit risky, because you can't get up enough speed like a motor cycle.

Remember that our "betters" want to eliminate most of humanity as spelled out in the Georgia Guidestones
http://www.thegeorgiaguidestones.com/Message.htm

1. Maintain humanity under 500,000,000 in perpetual balance with nature.

That's a lot of killing that will be required. Nothing like a radio-active cloud to solve that little problem.

Okay, so you get out of town, and you're at the airport. There are only so many planes that can leave at one time, and only so much weight that they can safely carry, even if people are standing in the isles. Imagine the fights that will happen to get on ANY one of them, especially when people start noticing that metallic taste in their mouths from radiation. "Martha, what's that funny taste in my mouth?" "Oh, don't worry Herbert, it's just pollen."

I moved 2,000 miles from the West Coast of the U.S. five years ago. It was one of the best moves I ever did, and that was before the Fukushima disaster occurred. Looks like from now on, I'll be buying all my fish from Ireland, where I can get Atlantic salmon.
Stakes were too high for venal IOC officers to face the obvious facts
Authored by: Y.Yamamoto on Wednesday, September 11 2013 @ 10:58 AM JST

I appreciated the link to naturalnews.com. I was impressed by this Dr. Shunichi Yamashita, alias Dr. Fullashita. Believe it or not, Fullashita is telling the truth when he says drinking and smiling make you immune to radiation. That is the secret behind the fact every Japanese still keeps in good shape and is ready to welcome thousands of Olympic athletes and hundreds of thousands of tourists from all over the world in 13 years from now.

So I'm not worried about the fate of my fellow countrymen. Even if Dr. Fullashita's theory proves wrong, the Japanese deserve the consequence, just like the American people deserve whatever the Black Kenyan Monkey does to them.

What really worries me is that non-Japanese will be affected by the consequence of baseless optimism of the Japanese.

As you seem to be saying, I think you and your fellow countrymen should boycott everything Japanese, be it a Toyota Camry, a Sony Mobile Communications (SMC,) a Nintendo, or a Kurosawa film. That will make some difference because it's far better than doing nothing. I'm serious.

Stakes are too high for venal IOC officers to face the reality
Authored by: samwidge on Wednesday, September 11 2013 @ 09:45 AM JST

You have a way of writing that interests all of us. Yet I wonder if you are merely angry and not really expecting correction.

There isn't much left for humanity; Earthquakes, irrational wars, Global Warming, the fear of Global Warming, the substitution of political action for scientific problems, impending large-scale solar flares, meteors, the press of volumetrically increasing populations, increasing taxation, new incurable diseases.

It seems that when we don't have enough worries, we direct ourselves to new worries.

We are all doomed.

Really.

Last night I attended a lecture on Muslim hatred of Americans. It was conducted by a Muslim. The audience was about 60 Christians.

The audience was enthralled by the specter of mass murder. Amazingly, nobody asked how to reduce the conflict. Nobody asked for suggestions about how to win friends. They just wanted to hear history and to hear what might be next as conflict escalates.

I guess I'll get a sheet of paper to make another origami bird. Perhaps that activity will quench my fears... for the moment.
Stakes are too high for venal IOC officers to face the reality
Authored by: Y.Yamamoto on Wednesday, September 11 2013 @ 11:50 AM JST

No, I ain't got angry at nothin'. I'm an honest person - honest with myself. I call an ugly thing ugly, despicable guy despicable. I've never dreamed of correcting anything or anyone because I know it's not correctable or manipulable.

You sound like saying it's impolite to call Baron Rogge a thief, or call Japanese junkies. By any chance, are you saying it's about time I should shut my mouth? That would be very nice of you.

Or, am I supposed to keep chanting the same incantation "WE ARE ALL DOOMED" as you always do?

I'm really confused.

Stakes are too high for venal IOC officers to face the reality
Authored by: samwidge on Wednesday, September 11 2013 @ 01:29 PM JST

No. You are not confused. You are just different. Nor are you wrong. You view the world in ways different from the rest of us. Your difference helps us all but it hurts you.

It seems clear that you create trouble for yourself by the way you express yourself. It looks like anger. It looks like the kind of anger that nobody can defend against. It looks like the kind of anger that makes officials refuse to work with you or to help solve your challenges. It makes good people leave you.

I am not saying that it's impolite to call Baron Rogge a thief. His position invites strong criticism. I am saying that you speak in hyperbole, exaggerating the faults of others only for the purpose of getting attention. You do not speak in language that earns cooperation. The baron has no reason to hear you whether you are right or wrong.

The old expression, " the squeaky wheel gets the grease," is valid to a point. Beyond that point, instead of greasing the wheel, we replace the wagon. I am saying that you can communicate in better ways and you can do so without being too soft.

I am not saying that you should shut your mouth. That would only be a way to concede defeat in all of life. Defeat hurts everybody.

I am saying that you are intelligent and clear. Now it is time to hone the way you express yourself so that you may reach and convince more people of your rightness.

You seem universally grumpy. Will you soon speak of me in the same way you speak of Gordon Chang?

You know that, like you, I am strongly critical of US President Barack Obama. It would no be of no value to tell my peers just how stupid and crooked the president is. My only path to success is through suggesting how things could be improved.

In the lecture I attended last night, a Muslim man explained how teachers of Islamic values created whole societies that believe that murder, theft and nepotism are acceptable. They don't know any other way of life. If we are to win them, we must stop wasting time telling them how stupid they are. We must find a way to make them see the advantages of different ways.

We foolishly presume that stern language will make criminals improve their behavior. It just doesn't happen that way. Hirohito did not improve by suddenly learning how stupid he was. Neither did Stalin. Our complaints against Fidel Castro were profoundly worthless. He had no motivation to listen.

I know that you are frail and ill. That is the finest reason to make the best of your remaining time.
Stakes are too high for venal IOC officers to face the reality
Authored by: Y.Yamamoto on Thursday, September 12 2013 @ 02:09 AM JST


I have two inner doctors. One of them says it’s not only counterproductive but also it affects my health to take such an insult seriously. The other one says it’s about time to have set the record straight with this guy because otherwise my illness would be further exacerbated. So I decided to go in the middle of the road, i.e. I tell you what I want to say, but make it short as much as possible.

You have always messed up things by constantly mixing up what I write and what I don’t. You think I also tend to mix up different things into one post. But you are wrong. Although you may not know it, to THINK should mean to break up the connection between things established by someone else, sort them out and reestablish a connection in one's own way. Your way of mixing things up has nothing in common with this thinking process of human beings. You confuse things simply because you want to mess them up. I say this on the premise that the inside of your brain is not a total chaos.

For instance, I wrote this piece to discuss the insanity of having Tokyo host the Olympics in the wake of the nuclear crisis which has been further deepened recently, and independent seismologists strengthening their conviction that another gigantic earthquake is imminent.

NOTHING ELSE.

But as usual you started to talk about totally irrelevant things such as “irrational wars, Global Warming, the fear of Global Warming, the substitution of political action for scientific problems, impending large-scale solar flares, meteors, the press of volumetrically increasing populations, increasing taxation, new incurable diseases,” and blah, blah, blah

You say: “you speak in hyperbole, exaggerating the faults of others only for the purpose of getting attention. You do not speak in language that earns cooperation. The baron has no reason to hear you whether you are right or wrong, “.etc. To say the least, your accusation is totally baseless. Did I write I wanted the baron to listen to me? Actually I wanted my audience to listen to me and preferably exchange valid ideas with me. But as usual you refused to comply in a roundabout way. Since you don't want to observe the basic rules and manners for dialectical interchange, you keep playing the kiddies game called Kick-the-Can until the end of time. Like many other Americans, you see, hear and read only what you want to see, hear and read. Your ability of selective hearing and complete lack of willingness to learn are really amazing.

Now you say: “It seems clear that you create trouble for yourself by the way you express yourself. It looks like anger. It looks like the kind of anger that nobody can defend against. It looks like the kind of anger that makes officials refuse to work with you or to help solve your challenges. It makes good people leave you.”

Good people such as whom? By any chance, am I supposed to feel grateful that you haven’t really left me yet?

More than two years ago, you wrote in your mail: “The things you don't like are things you hate. Like a schizophrenic, you seem to always be at one pole or the other.” In fact you diagnosed me as a case of schizophrenia – without a single specific reason, and without a license for practicing psychiatry. Your ignorance and arrogance are really limitless. Like many other Americans, you are easy to get hurt. And yet, you don’t realize how the rest of us are getting hurt by your mindless words and deeds in one way or the other.

What if I said, because you have no intelligence to understand others and no sensitivity to take others seriously, “GOOD PEOPLE LEAVE YOU”? I don't know, and don't want to know, why your ex-wife left you or whether she was a GOOD person. It's none of my business.

By the way I'm very proud of my life and the people I’ve become associated with. I'm also proud of what I am doing right now. That is because I've always been honest with my principle. If you don't have a principle, you never understand what I mean by that.

Stakes are too high for venal IOC officers to face the reality
Authored by: Diogenes on Wednesday, September 11 2013 @ 09:24 PM JST
I just got your email. You are too kind and merciful, as usual. You wrote, "The HAL 9000 appears to be close to collapse. Those drives must be wobbling something awful. I've dispatched Dave to do a controlled shut down of HAL before he self-destructs. It's the only thing that can be done now."

I genuflect three times in your direction, Master.