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Nuclear Power Plants Will Become America’s Extinction Level Event

Dave Hodges

April 18, 2014

The Common Sense Show

nuclear meltdown just aheadOn April 11, 2014, I received a communication from a reader, who is a nuclear power plant employee, that warned me about an impending FEMA visit to the nuclear power plant at Palo Verde Nuclear Power Plant in Arizona.

Dave, just wanted to let you know that F/’E/’M/’A is touring our Nuc Plant this morning… We are scheduled to have 18 people from this organization touring the plant this morning. Just thought it was interesting, and thought you might want to know.
Given what I know about the strange events surrounding last year’s Grid Ex II drill and the apparent Chinese takeover of our solar energy, plus the fact that a Chinese solar energy zone is located near the Palo Verde Nuclear Power Plant, I am a little more than suspicious about the motive behind the FEMA inspection of the plant. Is something big happening? Is this the next false flag?

Subsequently, I decided to examine the likelihood of a monumental nuclear catastrophe in this country due to a take down of the power grid. All discussions about a catastrophic failure of any nuclear facility must begin with a cursory analysis of what we have learned about the Fukushima event. Does anyone else smell the presence of the Chinese through all of this given what we know about Chinese Solar Energy Zones in the United States and their proximity to several nuclear power plants?

Lessons Learned from Fukushima

Fukushima is often spoken of by many, as a possible extinction level event because of the radiation threat. Fukushima continues to wreak havoc upon the world and in the United States as we are being bathed in deadly radiation from this event.

Coming to a neighborhood near you.

Because of Fukushima, fish are becoming inedible and the ocean currents as well as the prevailing ocean winds are carrying deadly radiation. Undoubtedly, by this time, the radioactivity has made its way into the transpiration cycle which means that crops are being dowsed with deadly radiation. The radiation has undoubtedly made its way into the water table in many areas and impacts every aspect of the food supply. The health costs to human beings is incalculable. However, this article is not about the devastation at Fukushima, instead, this article focuses on the fact that North America could have a total of 124 Fukushima events if the necessary conditions were present.

A Festering Problem

Long before Fukushima, American regulators knew that a power failure lasting for days involving the power grid connected to a nuclear plant, regardless of the cause, would most likely lead to a dangerous radioactive leak in at least several nuclear power plants. A complete loss of electrical power poses a major problem for nuclear power plants because the reactor core must be kept cool as well as the back-up cooling systems, all of which require massive amounts of power to work. Heretofore, all the NERC drills which test the readiness of a nuclear power plant are predicated on the notion that a blackout will only last 24 hours or less. Amazingly, this is the sum total of a NERC litmus test.   Although we have the technology needed to harden and protect our grid from an EMP event, whether natural or man-made, we have failed to do so. The cost for protecting the entire grid is placed at about the cost for one B-1 Stealth Bomber. Yet, as a nation, we have done nothing. This is inexplicable and inexcusable.

Our collective inaction against protecting the grid prompted Congressman Franks to write a scathing letter to the top officials of NERC. However, the good Congressman failed to mention the most important aspect of this problem. The problem is entirely fixable and NERC and the US government are leaving the American people and its infrastructure totally unprotected from a total meltdown of nuclear power plants as a result of a prolonged power failure.

Critical Analyses

According to Judy Haar, a recognized expert in nuclear plant failure analyses, when a nuclear power plant loses access to off-grid electricity, the event is referred to as a “station blackout”. Haar states that all 104 US nuclear power plants are built to withstand electrical outages without experiencing any core damage, through the activation of an automatic start up of emergency generators powered by diesel. Further, when emergency power kicks in, an automatic shutdown of the nuclear power plant commences. The dangerous control rods are dropped into the core, while water is pumped by the diesel power generators into the reactor to reduce the heat and thus, prevent a meltdown. Here is the catch in this process, the spent fuel rods are encased in both a primary and secondary containment structure which is designed to withstand a core meltdown. However, should the pumps stop because either the generators fail or diesel fuel is not available, the fuel rods are subsequently uncovered and a Fukushima type of core meltdown commences immediately. At this point, I took Judy Haar’s comments to a source of mine at the Palo Verde Nuclear power plant. My source informed me that as per NERC policy, nuclear power plants are required to have enough diesel fuel to run for a period of seven days. Some plants have thirty days of diesel. This is the good news, but it is all downhill from here.

The Unresolved Power Blackout Problem

A long-term loss of outside electrical power will most certainly interrupt the circulation of cooling water to the pools. Another one of my Palo Verde nuclear power plant sources informed me that there is no long term solution to a power blackout and that all bets are off if the blackout is due to an EMP attack. A more detailed analysis reveals that the spent fuel pools carry depleted fuel for the reactor. Normally, this spent fuel has had time to considerably decay and therefore, reducing radioactivity and heat. However, the newer discharged fuel still produces heat and needs cooling. Housed in high density storage racks, contained in buildings that vent directly into the atmosphere, radiation containment is not accounted for with regard to the spent fuel racks. In other words, there is no capture mechanism. In this scenario, accompanied by a lengthy electrical outage, and with the emergency power waning due to either generator failure or a lack of diesel needed to power the generators, the plant could lose the ability to provide cooling. The water will subsequently heat up, boil away and uncover the spent fuel rods which required being covered in at least 25 feet of water to remain benign from any deleterious effects. Ultimately, this would lead to fires as well and the release of radioactivity into the atmosphere. This would be the beginning of another Fukushima event right here on American soil. Both my source and Haar shared exactly the same scenario about how a meltdown would occur. Subsequently, I spoke with Roger Landry who worked for Raytheon in various Department of Defense projects for 28 years, many of them in this arena and Roger also confirmed this information and that the above information is well known in the industry. When I examine Congressman Franks letter to NERC and I read between the lines, it is clear that Franks knows of this risk as well, he just stops short of specifically mentioning it in his letter.

Placing Odds On a Failure Is a Fools Errand

An analysis of individual plant risks released in 2003 by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission shows that for 39 of the 104 nuclear reactors, the risk of core damage from a blackout was greater than 1 in 100,000. At 45 other plants the risk is greater than 1 in 1 million, the threshold NRC is using to determine which severe accidents should be evaluated in its latest analysis. According to the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, the Beaver Valley Power Station, Unit 1, in Pennsylvania has the greatest risk of experiencing a core meltdown, 6.5 in 100,000, according to the analysis. These odds don’t sound like much until you consider that we have 124 nuclear power generating plants in the US and Canada and when we consider each individual facility, the odds of failure climb. How many meltdowns would it take in this country before our citizens would be condemned to the hellish nightmare, or worse, being experienced by the Japanese?

The Question That’s Not Being Asked

None of the NERC, or the Nuclear Regulatory tests of handling a prolonged blackout at a nuclear power plant has answered two critical questions, “What happens when these nuclear power plants run out of diesel fuel needed to run the generators”, and “What happens when some of these generators fail”? In the event of an EMP attack, can tanker trucks with diesel fuel get to all of the nuclear power plants in the US in time to re-fuel them before they stop running? Will tanker trucks even be running themselves in the aftermath of an EMP attack? And in the event of an EMP attack, it is not likely that any plant which runs low on fuel, or has a generator malfunctions, will ever get any help to mitigate the crisis prior to a plethora of meltdowns occurring. Thus, every nuclear power plant in the country has the potential to cause a Chernobyl or Fukushima type accident if our country is hit by an EMP attack.


…And There Is More…

The ramifications raised in the previous paragraphs are significant. What if the blackout lasts longer than 24 hours? What if the reason for the blackout is an EMP burst caused by a high altitude nuclear blast and transportation comes to a standstill? In this instance, the cavalry is not coming. Adding fuel to the fire lies in the fact that the power transformers presently take at least one year to replace. Today, there is a three year backlog on ordering because so many have been ordered by China. This makes one wonder what the Chinese are preparing for with these multiple orders for both transformers and generators. In short, our unpreparedness is a prescription for disaster. As a byproduct of my investigation, I have discovered that most, if not all, of the nuclear power plants are on known earthquake fault lines. All of California’s nuclear power plants are located on an earthquake fault line. Can anyone tell me why would anyone in their right mind build a nuclear power plant on a fault line? To see the depth of this threat you can visit an interactive, overlay map at this site.


I have studied this issue for almost nine months and this is the most elusive topic that I have ever investigated. The more facts I gather about the threat of a mass nuclear meltdown in this country, the more questions I realize that are going unanswered. With regard to the nuclear power industry we have the proverbial tiger by the tail. Last August, Big Sis stated that it is not matter of if we have a mass power grid take down, but it is a matter of when. I would echo her concerns and apply the “not if, but when” admonition to the possibility of a mass meltdown in this country. It is only a matter of time until this scenario for disaster comes to fruition. Our collective negligence and high level of extreme depraved indifference on the part of NERC is criminal because this is indeed an Extinction Level Event. georgia guidestonesAt the end of the day, can anyone tell me why would any country be so negligent as to not provide its nuclear plants a fool proof method to cool the secondary processes of its nuclear materials at all of its plants? Why would ANY nuclear power plant be built on an earthquake fault line? Why are we even using nuclear energy under these circumstances? And why are we allowing the Chinese to park right next door to so many nuclear power plants?

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  2. Tom April 18, 2014 at 5:50 am

    Why would we ignore this danger? I can give you the only two answers I have come up with. We do so because it is more profitable to ignore it or it is designed to be destroy the population.

  3. Michael, Waiting, etc April 18, 2014 at 5:53 am

    Dave, the fact that any “sophisticated” technology, especially one who’s failure would lead to omicide of the plant would depend upon stone age back up such as deisel generators to prevent total destruction is your first indication that these designs were approved and carried out with less intelligence than is required to sustain this technology. Since the primary function of the boiling water is to generate electricity, if a permanent loop of power from the primary generator cannot be permanently installed so that there is an “infinite” amount of power to sustain the operation then you as an industry are not capable of operating this at all. And here we are.
    I had these same arguments in 1970 in university with graduate level classes with engineers who kept repeating “redundancy” no possibility of failure.
    Depleted rods are only depleted in the sense that they are depleted for use in the reactor. A depleted rod is more dangerous than new rods. They must be stored for hundreds of thousands of years. Good luck. We are witnessing the final generations on earth. Primarily because of greed and stupidy.
    These engineers definitely won the argument. They all led good jobs with good lives and have left their children and grandchildren to spend their short lives swimming in the cesspool they have left behind.

  4. iwitness02 April 18, 2014 at 5:55 am

    One gets the impression that they were designed to fail.

  5. William B Stoecker April 18, 2014 at 6:17 am

    The dangers of nuclear reactors have been greatly exaggerated by environmental extremists, whose real goal has always been to destroy our modern industrial economy. They have never been pro-nature, but, rather, anti-human. Three Mile Island harmed no one and caused no permanent contamination of any area. Chernobyl killed only some workers inside the plant, and in the “contaminated” zone today animals and plants are thriving. Even the Fukushima disaster has been hyped up…often by patriots who should know better than to drink the eco-Nazi koolaid. Bad as the Fukushima meltdown is, it has not caused mass death. There are inherently safe and efficient breeder reactor designs that could have given America almost limitless safe, non-polluting, and affordable power.
    But, as Mr. Hodges has pointed out, our elites seem to have deliberately engineered our present system to make a total, long term, nation-wide loss of power almost inevitable, along with multiple reactor meltdowns. While one or two meltdowns may not be as deadly as feared, if ten or twenty fail, that could very well kill the few of us who survive the loss of power and the breakdown of food and water delivery.
    All according to plan.

  6. John Little April 18, 2014 at 8:25 am

    Are the backup generators even protected against EMP?

    Is ANYTHING in these nuclear power plants protected against EMP?

    If not, these plants would go critical within 24 hours.

    Great article, Dave.

    – John Little

  7. Dave Johnson April 18, 2014 at 8:26 am

    Dave, what would the Chinese have to gain from an irradiated landscape from melted down nuclear facilities? I mean, don’t they want to set up solar energy sectors in Nevada, etc, or is that just a cover for getting in here an destroying us?

  8. Tremendo Fuckeria April 18, 2014 at 8:54 am

    I only first started to learn about the dangers of nuclear power and the potential threat of meltdowns in an environmental class last summer. Since then I’ve written a research paper on the issue. so yea, i’ve read a LOT about this. Be it an EMP or saboteurs, we are looking at an an extinction level event.

  9. Karen Tiner April 18, 2014 at 8:55 am

    This is the most probable scenario.

  10. de April 18, 2014 at 9:00 am

    The only problem with this is that it would poison the entire earth. How could 500 million survive if the other several billion can’t?

  11. Montana5000ft April 18, 2014 at 9:11 am

    Dave the problem is far grater than that. The rods will not lower into the cooling pool because the very computers that control the plant control the gensets, and the computer over electronic over air piston drop of the rods. none of which have backup of any kind. The time for meltdown would be hours.

  12. Richard Ralph Roehl April 18, 2014 at 9:12 am

    Nuclear fission technology is inherently EVIL. It is obscene psychopathic evil that even Satan would not do.

  13. Carl W. Livingston April 18, 2014 at 9:14 am

    Dave, while you are correct in your assessment, you haven’t begun to reveal the threat to humanity, regarding Nuclear energy. The fate of humanity is already determined and sealed. The extinction of humanity is assured because there is no way to safely store the waste we’ve already produced.

    Fukushima is only the beginning. There have been far more than Chernobyl, Three Miles Island and Fukushima meltdowns. The U.S. Nuclear power plants are in near ruins and pose a greater threat to humanity then a full scale Nuclear exchange would be between the U.S. and Russia.

    Nuclear power amounts to global extinction of life on planet earth.

    For a really frightening understanding of the 250,000 year threat posed by Nuclear energy and the deliberate neglect by those governing it, you need to read a book called:

    The Nuclear Terrorist: His Financial Backers and Political Patrons in the US and Abroad
    by Robert Gleason


  14. NW Native April 18, 2014 at 10:27 am

    Why, why, why! I know next to nothing about nuclear power plants. Isn’t the use of nuclear plants to produce electricity? Well, no need to ask such a stupid question.
    It seems to me that it would fairly easy to fix the electronics at the nuclear plants to withstand an EMP grid takedown. (Absent Israel ramming the stuxnet computer virus into the nuclear plants computers like they did at Fukushima forcing the Fukushima cooling systems to shut down) In that the purpose of nuclear plant is to produce electricity in the first place, why couldn’t the plants produce their own electricity to keep the cooling mechanisms going to preclude a meltdown? Of course this wouldn’t help in case a massive earthquake were to take down a plant.
    Now Dave asks the question why isn’t something done to protect the nuclear plants from a total EMP grid takedown? Answer, 1.money 2. stupidity 3. the country is run by psychopaths 4. the NWO elites are placing their chips on their Oriental cousins. 5. And if by this time most Americans, and some do, don’t know just who these NWO parasites are who are taking this country and the West to the cleaners then it may be to late.
    Dave writes: “Adding fuel to the fire lies in the fact that the power transformers presently take at least one year to replace. Today, there is a three year backlog on ordering because so many have been ordered by China. This makes one wonder what the Chinese are preparing for with these multiple orders for both transformers and generators.” (And why are the Chinese buying all that gold).
    As far as I know this country doesn’t make any transformers large or small that make the electric grid work.
    Guess where they are make? Here are your four choices. You pick which country makes electric power transformers:
    1. The Congo. 2. Somewhere in Chaosstan. 3. Haiti. 4.China. Hint. They are make where much of the high tech electronics are made that the US Defense Department depends upon to make are country safe and strong (joke) and where 90 plus percent of the entire world’s supply of rare earths are mined that is the core of the smart phone setting in your pocket, the lap top I’m tap, tap, tapping on right now, and the electronic core of the drones that the NSA can use to spy on you.
    Never in the history of the world have so few (320 million) given up so much for so many (1.3 billion and counting).

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  16. Truthy1 April 18, 2014 at 10:34 am

    Thanks,Dave here is another gem to top the crown. The Fukushima disaster was known of and planned for years in advance.Here is the smoking gun. MOX fuel http://miningawareness.wordpress.com/2013/11/27/areva-at-the-heart-of-fukushimas-explosive-reactor-expose/ http://www.nonukesyall.org/mox_intervention.html http://nukeprofessional.blogspot.com/2014/01/mox-and-experimental-fuel-laying-in.html http://www.jimstonefreelance.com/fukushima1.html We are not getting the truth or a warning from you know who.

  17. NW Native April 18, 2014 at 11:12 am

    AND, rare earths could be mind in the good old US of A. But the EPA would not allow it if some lizard and wild flower might be hurt.

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  19. Pipes April 18, 2014 at 12:21 pm

    The nuke plants…THIS is the thing that concerns me more than any other about the collapse/conflict coming. I feel I could roll with SO MANY other blows…but this threat…so pervasive…so beyond my control or ability to mitigate…

  20. JD Fish April 18, 2014 at 12:38 pm

    Maybe the answer as to why are we allowing the Chinese to park right next door to so many nuclear power plants is so the giant solar farms can provide the power needed to run the cooling pump motors in the event of a total loss of power from the grid and the lack of greater levels of diesel fuel onsite.

  21. Seen2013 April 18, 2014 at 2:05 pm

    I think that you’d want to find a physicist you can trust to be frank and honest. It’s my understanding radioactive isotopes and radioactive particles played a role in the 4.5 billion years estimated age of the Earth while I am also under the understanding radioactive particles are independently hot. I am also under the impression that nuclear or otherwise fusion/fission based energy produces such as a byproduct of the output requiring coolant. As a dino-nut and acknowledging Earth’s earliest period couldn’t house organisms much bigger than an ant optimistically and were largely simple organisms, I am compelled to view energy from fission/fusion to be practically suicidal.
    Inevitably, I think that you’ll have better luck/skill finding the answers to these; than, I would/have thus far.

  22. Paul Miracle April 18, 2014 at 2:18 pm

    Well if the Chinese are parking right next door, maybe they aren’t planning on a nuclear meltdown? Of course that would mean they are planning on invading, and most Americans would be dead as well. But I think I’d rather take my chances with the Chinese then radiation.

  23. Tom B. April 18, 2014 at 2:27 pm


  24. John Rambo April 18, 2014 at 3:01 pm

    I think good people who just want Mayberry back have been brainwashed that that’s “hate.” Skinheads hate. Black Panthers hate. La Raza hates. They’re all “nuts.” Dividing the country in two based on what divides us at each election ALREADY ANYWAYS …. is just wanting EVERYONE to be able to have their own Utopia. It’s a win win situation AND the only way to save America. It’s not saying, “you and you and you get out!!” It’s saying you and you over there … and you and you over ‘there.’ Each “group” will actually be happier. The only ones not happy will be the nwo.


  25. TG USMC April 18, 2014 at 3:04 pm

    Hello Dave, my fellow friend of freedom. Knowing the not published issues with these power plants on the East coast, you don’t think the Chinese and Russians don’t know the condition of the elder plants? We got one here in Washington state that is leaking like a bad faucet in the kitchen. The Colombian River is not for human consumption now due to the leaking from the barrels buried in the ground. The E.P.A. won’t do anything about it, but cover it up. Ask our last Governor. We might as well put bulleyes on these plants for the Russian nukes in Cuba or one of the South American countries. It is all done by design. Reduces population don’t it? Look at all the deformed babies as of late. Ann Morrison stated on the John Moore show that babies were being born without brains in the Hanford area. Won’t hear that on lame stream news.
    God Bless America
    God Bless the Bundy Family for having BALLS!

  26. Capitalist Eric April 18, 2014 at 3:19 pm

    I’m former military (nuclear trained EO, submarine service), and have stayed in the mission-critical engineering industry in civilian life. Thus, I have a bit of experience and knowledge of this subject. And my livelihood requires me to stay on top of such potential disasters. My takeaways from your article:

    The analyses you relayed, reflect two underlying assumptions.

    1. A grid-down event infers that nuclear reactors themselves would be without power. Not necessarily true. If the grid goes down but the reactor stays critical (steady-state power), than the reactor can supply its own power to keep pumps running, essentially indefinitely. While the power drawn from the grid would suddenly disappear, causing fission-fragment concentrations in the core to increase, thereby causing coolant temperature to climb, the controlled insertion of control rods into the core will reduce reactivity within the core, maintaining a steady state, preventing temperatures from climbing outside acceptable parameters. Therefore, a grid-down scenario- while disastrous for the public, may not necessarily increase the risks seen by the many reactors around the country. It would be inconvenient for the reactor operations team, with such an abnormal situation… but not particularly dangerous, from a high-level perspective.

    2. Any major EMP event which would take down the entire national grid, would most likely be strong enough to destroy the electronics that control a reactor. The steam generator controls are (largely) solid-state electronics, same as the control rods, monitoring of reactor core parameters, etc. Anything driven by programmable logic controllers (PLCs) would be dead, as well as diesel generator control systems, paralleling gear, motors, variable-frequency drives (VFDs), etc. In other words, if a massive EMP attack takes down the grid, it would also take down all of the electronics that control the reactors, as well as all backup systems that matter. So if this scenario occurs, we’ll start seeing multiple Fukushima events within the first 48 hours.

    I sincerely doubt that all nuclear power plants are sufficiently shielded to protect the critical electronic systems they rely upon, from EMP. It’s just not practical, in real life. Some may have shielding to a degree, but there will be gaps, and those gaps can lead to cascading failures. My conclusion is that an EMP would result in catastrophic failures of some percentage of the reactors, within a matter of a few days, due to system failures and the lack of spares to resolve the issue in a sufficient period of time (remember, all spare electronic components would also be damaged, unless specifically stored in EMP-shielded warehouses).

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  28. Invictus April 18, 2014 at 4:06 pm

    I have studied this issue for considerably more than nine months, and one thing stares out at me: if we assume that an EMP is to be used for warfare, specifically by the Chinese (who have recently announced their own Naziesque plans for Lebensraum, directed at the USA primarily), then why would one assume that they would want an entirely useless power plant, and a thoroughly irradiated, dead, hopelessly compromised agricultural/water space? They already have plenty of that at home; an article I read today in the WSJ indicated that 20% of their landspace was polluted with heavy metals–and that’s just the beginning.

    Their water sources are also toxic, and the air–just look at the reported air pollution online; most people in Beijing cannot go outside for long portions of the day for many days of the year, and it is even worse in other areas. They are so used to bad air that they literally are buying hope-or maybe a French scam–in a bottle; the WSJ has also noted that they are buying canned French air. I remember that when I lived in Tokyo people commented then that they could tell what sector of China was operating at full blast simply by the level/color of dust and air pollution that day.

    Of course Agenda 21 is wrongheaded, and of course hostile foreign troops should not be either overtly or covertly in this country, and vice-versa, unless the overt cohort is declared and monitored by existing international conventions. That’s the way the game is and has been played, so-called legitimately, for a very long time.

    I, for one, cannot buy the idea that the Chinese or the Russians, at this time, would try an EMP. It certainly would cause an extinction-level event, which they know all too well. Despite the fact that the Chinese are hardening their own facilities, which any reality-based government should have done long ago, simply due to the threat from space events well beyond our control, they are a group militarily focused on an end product that is entirely beneficial for
    them—Duh. In other words, “nation-building” is not their “thing”. I would be far more worried about a genetically engineered flu virus specifically targeted to wipe out 65% or more of the people in this country. From what I have read from sources in the biological and sociopolitical literature, this is not only possible, but likely planned, by various bio-warfare groups, and could have an unpleasant result at home at any time.

  29. Jim April 18, 2014 at 7:27 pm

    Here’s a quick guess as to why. Suppose the Chinese solar plants are EMP hardened. Is this possible? I don’t know either. However, if they can be then there’s your power to keep the pools pumps operational. The object for an EMP is to kill off the people not destroy the land and resources with radiation. Also, why can’t the NUC plants run their own pumps?

  30. piner April 18, 2014 at 10:28 pm

    We have all ridden this out of control technology rocket too far for too long, now we will reap the whirlwind! No matter how it all collapses, from an enemy without or within, from a huge solar blast, or a meteor, maybe a super volcano, but it is coming for the whole planet and all the living things on it, including us! Many seers and prophets down through the ages have seen this time we are living in. I believe the earth needs a rest from the greed and materialism that drives these misguided technologies like nuclear (death) energy . The only way out of this that I can see is to eliminate every fuedal king, their armies, the false religious leaders and the financial demons that rule the planet. A pretty tall order! The reality is that only the most high God of the universe can sort this huge mess out. He promises in the book of revelation to make all things new

  31. pauline lind April 18, 2014 at 11:06 pm

    Dear Dave,
    Nuclear power plants were always intended for warfare – for extincting the populations. They were never built for power, they knew of many better ways to provide power. Electricity was just the excuse they used to get those horrible monsters built at the expense of the gullible Sheeple.

    Those potential bombs have been built all over the world. They are all under the control of the trigger-happy New World Order. Common people never did need nuclear power – if the money spent on then had been spent on alternative methods, energy would be abundant and almost free.

    The New World Order owns the Stuxnet virus – the powers that be know how to create super disasters with it like the Fukushima event. They can make any one of them go off like bombs, or in any sequence they like or even all at once. Nuclear power plants along with their many other threats over mankind, things like the legal system, Haarp weapons, chemtrails, GMO’s, medical drugs, and poisons of every kind in everything we touch – this puts us at risk when planning to survive in 2014.

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