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Jeff Rense Interview with
Yoichi Shimatsu
on the

3-11 2011
Tohoku Quake-

11 April 2011


Editor's Notes this is a "rush" fragmentary transcription provided
by William B. Fox, Publisher, America First Books
that is reasonably but not totally accurate for
my own false flag research purposes.

I have marked transcription problems in brackets

2011-04-11 Jeff Rense repeat interview with Yoichi Shimatsu ( Show MP3 download link Here. 5.9 MB, 25 min, 9 sec.)

Appendix: Background on Yoichi Shimatsu and sample articles

[Introductory music. Jeff Rense begins at 15 seconds]

Jeff Rense: All right, let's get right back to it. It is time to go to Hong Kong and talk with Yoichi Shimatsu who has been with us each week to bring us up to date. There is a lot happening, as you have been hearing for the last two and a half hours. Hello Yoichi, how are you?
Yoichi Shimatsu: Well, I am doing all right. It has been another tough week. More cover-ups. More bad news down the line.
Rense: Yep, yep. Well they have finally done the obvious and elevated the catastrophe to Level 7, which they should have done long ago.
Shimatsu: Yes, a couple of weeks late. I do not know if it is beyond a 7. I do not know if there is an 8 rating . They seem to jack it up by two points per time. So they are approaching the big 10 mark there. Yep.
Rense: I agree. I completely -- it has surpassed Chernobyl in my opinion without any question.
Shimatsu: Oh, sure. Sure. Absolutely. Total radiation releases just months --
Rense: Yes. The drone that flew over the Fukushima One facility the other day showed quite clearly according to people over here that there is no spent fuel pool remaining in building Three. It was blown to smithereens. It is gone, nothing there.
Shimatsu: Yes, that is a vast amount. We are talking about, something like I believe 1,500 fuel rods inside each of the pools inside these buildings.
Rense: Well, it is hundreds of tons, correct. Yes, yes. yes.
Shimatsu: Yes, yes. Not that, hundreds of kilograms. Yes, hundreds of kilograms, yes, right.
Rense: It is not good. Now the enlarging of the exclusionary evacuation zone is too little too late for a lot of people, most likely.
Shimatsu: Right. The distance -- well, it is not actually a clear circle. So we are talking about 12 miles or something like 18 miles. Far from that, Takashi Morazumi (spelling), who is leading the reporting teams, he is back up there a third time for the recovery of bodies from Soma. Each area where it irradiates. He is indicating that even 40 kilometers out they are getting maximum dosages.
Rense: Wow.
Shimatsu: So this is far from adequate. The people there basically are being -- we are left as sacrificial victims, basically, for this whole cover up by TEPCO and the economic ministry --
Rense: It is a worldwide catastrophe.
Shimatsu: Uh hunh [Yes].
Rense: This trash is going to get into the food chain. It already is. It is already in American drinking water.
Shimatsu: That is right.
Rense: In American dairy products, you have been seeing the stories. These are not insignificant amounts. The government of course has trouble keeping its lies straight over here. The FDA says 4,700 is the acceptable level for Iodine, radioactive Iodine in food. The EPA says 3 pico curies is acceptable. So they are not even close.
Shimatsu: No, no, no. Yes, they do raise the dosage ratings whenever there is a leak. It is sort of a rubber band sort of measure. So it is always about cumulative effects. It means sure, single exposures, yes, you can take a lot. But we are taking year after year. How many liters of milk do you drink a year? Especially for children. And I think this is a real problem is that we are well past the second pass of the radiation around the atmosphere.
Rense: Right.
Shimatsu: So we are seeing the build-ups steadily, week by week, it is going to build up. The other problem is of course the seawater problem, which is absolutely crazy the way the IAEA -- the International Atomic Energy Agency is just washing its hands of this whole --
Rense: They are -- they are absolutely doing that. Let's talk about the seawater for a minute. We know that 13,500 tons of radioactive water was and is being dumped into the ocean. This has really infuriated the Chinese and the Koreans which call the handling of the situation by Japan "incompetent" and probably words a lot worse than that.
Shimatsu: Right.
Rense: No one is happy about this.
Shimatsu: You have to understand that the highly radioactive water, something like 70 million times normal level, was detected off the coast of northern Iwati [spelling? -- right location?]--.
Rense: Yes.
Shimatsu: So what we are seeing is a northeasterly drift, cyclical drift, up what we call the Black Current, or kuroshio in Japanese.
Rense: OK, let's go into this in detail. This is very important, please.
Shimatsu: This current sweeps up from the south, and then it passes Kamchatka Peninsula, passes the Bering Strait where it mixes a lot with Arctic water, and then it comes past the coast of Alaska, down the west coast of Canada, and then finally in the end somewhere off of Mexico. So the problem here with this is that, one, it is one of the richest fishing areas in the world. This is where all the waters mix. This is why the Chinese and the Koreans are so upset. They have fishing trawlers up there, and then this radiation is coming right into their best fishing areas. The second problem is that the IAEA says that, "Well, the radiation is not a threat because it will mix with sea water in the Pacific." Well that is not exactly the case because it is trapped basically in this conveyor belt, something like the Gulf Stream on the East Coast comes around, so it is not mixing with vast volumes of Pacific water, in fact it is a steady stream of radiation that is coming around in a clockwise circle in a narrow band, and what we are seeing happening here is it is passing the greatest concentration of aquatic sea mammals in world. We are talking about seals, mammals, whales, so basically these are the animals at the top of the food chain and the radiation is going to collect with the fish right up the food chain into these sea mammals. So this is really a very serious problem. It could lead to the largest extinction of mammals since maybe the Stone Age.
Rense: Wow, wow. Think about that current called the Black Current, appropriately. Arcing up, past Kamchatka, into the Bering Sea, the Aleutians.
Shimatsu: Bering Straits, yes. Between Russia and Alaska.
Rense: The Gulf of Alaska, all the fishing. Could wipe it out. Look folks, this is -- we could not even put a price tag on the potential damages here. It would be incalculable.
Shimatsu: This is like a major ecological catastrophe that is going to be with us for a century if this goes on. I think this is -- and we are talking about leakage. It is going to go on for years at the way this is going. And I think the other danger is why did they release so much sea water now that is so dangerous is because they are going to replace it with even more higher level radioactive water.
Rense: That is right. I was just going to mention that. The 13,500 tons that they are pumping or have pumped into the ocean to make way for another big batch of highly radioactive -- probably plutonium-laced water, they are not saying.
Shimatsu: That is exactly what I am thinking. Why would they release this highly radioactive water now. This is obviously for Reactor Two, which has been showing a lot of problems.
Rense: Yes, now the other thing is TEPCO has admitted -- and whatever TEPCO admits you could probably double or triple. They have admitted to 50,000 tons of this higher grade radioactive water on the grounds, under the buildings, in the concrete vaults where the pipes go, and everything else. 50,000 tons, this is what they have admitted to. And they are going to put it in a tank that holds 13,000. I don't think so.
Shimatsu: This is massively concentrated water, and you know, they don't have that much storage capacity in these tanks. Some of it eventually has to be released.
Rense: No, they are going to have to bring a super tanker over there.
Shimatsu: You can't put it in oil tankers, there is nowhere to go.
Rense. Well they will probably end up proposing a super tanker at some point, I bet. Because they have no ground storage facility.
Shimatsu: But where is that going to go?
Rense: That is right, that is right.
Shimatsu: This is a shell game. In the end, we have finite places to store this stuff and there is no way to dispose of it.
Rense: They haven't got the storage potential to do it now. When Fuel Pool Three was blown to smithereens in that tremendous explosion, it looked like a small atomic bomb, by the way, those of you who will remember, that went up into the air. The particles probably ranged in every you can imagine. Some you can hold in your hand. Something down to a nanoparticle that went up into the atmosphere. These were plutonium, folks. They are not identifying the isotopes at all, Yoichi, over here. Nobody is saying what they are.
Shimatsu: There is strontium reported, so basically this is what you get after a nuclear test blast.
Rense: Yes, and they have cesium now in the milk in Vermont, but they are not talking about testing dairies all over the country. They talk about one or two here and there. And now Europe is talking about radiation risks from Fukushima are no longer negligible in Europe, OK?
Shimatsu: Once it builds up in breast tissue in the internal organs of dairy cattle, you basically just have to do an entire herd kill over the entire area. Every dairy cow has to be killed and buried, and you have got to start importing milk from Australia or New Zealand or somewhere, where there is a surplus place.
Rense: Yes, good luck with replacing the herd with young calves because what are they going to eat? They are going to have to feed them on feed that is raised in the southern hemisphere.
Shimatsu: Yes, that is right, it takes quite a while for the radiation, you know, to be [Editor's Note: Mr. Shimatsu said something about "source," but I think he meant to say "no longer be a source of radiation"] depending on the area, of course.
Rense: Yes, I would suggest they would have to bring in feed from the southern hemisphere because they could not grow it here if it is constantly being contaminated.
Shimatsu: Contaminated milk. Basically shut down animal-rearing in the United States, and all the wild life too. It is basically going to be finished. There has got to be an end to it. TEPCO and the Ministry of the Economy, the IAEA are still like ostriches in the sand. They still do not want to entomb these reactors, and I don't know what they are waiting for. They say keep them cool, keep them cool. What are they waiting for? The time has come. It has come a long time ago. The other issue is TEPCO's recent apology. The president who ducked out of his responsibility --
Rense: Went to the hospital.
Shimatsu: -- To meet with the Prime Minister, now he has issued an apology. But this was just hours after two anti-nuclear protests occurred in Tokyo. This is the first anti-nuclear test that protestors have had in a long time, and then TEPCO rolled out an apology finally. So they are starting to feel the heat.
Rense: Well, the largest transport aircraft in the world, the Antonov 225, I believe, that the Russians own and developed, flew into, I think it was L.A. to pick up this pumper truck they are taking over there which has boons which are almost 300 feet, or something like that, which they can reach out with. But they are going to do the same thing. They are going to be just pouring water, more water, into these plants, creating more radioactive water --
Shimatsu: Actually that is very quiet preparation for entombment. This is what they are going to use to pour whatever they are going to shield the reactors with. One of the things they are looking at is sodium silicate which is a water glass, which is their -- that did stop the leakage in that one trench, and I think that is something they are looking at. One of the problems you raised is the problem of concrete beings very brittle, cracking, and that this sodium silicate water glass might be used somehow. I don't know how they will contain it, but they are looking at that right now.
Rense: How are they going to contain something that has melted down through the containment building, through the concrete, and into the ground?
Shimatsu: That is a real problem. The underground stuff is really worrisome --
Rense: Nobody is gong to dig down there to get to that.
Shimatsu: That is true, and it is very difficult. They cannot plug all the leaks.
Rense: We could have a major explosion at any time. Correct?
Shimatsu: That is right, that is right. Because we are seeing like with a 7.0 earthquake, which was under reported, I think the international media said it was a 6.3, so it was clearly between a 7.0 and a 7.1. That knocked out the power supplies for about an hour, shut down the pumps. You know, we are still seeing after shocks that would in any other cases be a major earthquake anywhere in the world hitting the place and knocking out all power systems, and temporary knockout of equipment. It started a fire also in a battery box. Also -- so we are not out of the woods by any means, with water boiling away.
Rense: I don't call this, I don't call them after shocks. I call them earthquakes. I don't like that idea.
Shimatsu: They are major quakes of themselves, yes, as the whole plate, all the tectonics are working themselves out. Pressure is just moving from one point to another.
Rense: I heard it shifted down closer to Tokyo. Yes, when you have got movement of one plates --
Shimatsu: It is moving closer as pressure release from one point, it passes on to the next point along the fault lines to another fault. And so it is a series of major quakes that are going on.
Rense: There are four different plates that intersect and juncture under the islands of Japan. It is quite amazing. And there is 6800 islands total, and I think 97% of the land mass is concentrated on three of the islands, and so it is quite an active, quite a diverse geology there, it is amazing. But back to Europe, just for a minute, this document in Europe now released to the public advises against consuming any rainwater, and says that vulnerable groups, such as children and pregnant or breast-feeding women should avoid consuming vegetables with large leaves, fresh milk, and creamy cheese. Now that is saying "Don't eat it."
Shimatsu: Now that is your basic vitamin list there, isn't it?
Rense: Yes, and they are saying don't eat it.
Shimatsu: Yes, and what's left? I mean the question is what can you eat any more?
Rense: We are getting close to that. Now remember folks, this is Europe. This is not the West Coast of America. This isn't Japan.
Shimatsu: They are being a little more forthright and honest in Europe about the risks. They have been through Chernobyl over there. They know what they are talking about. You know, I think the media also talks a lot about how the Japanese are panicked. Well the Japanese are not panicked. They know more about radiation than any other country in the world. I mean, we have had radiation studies of victims of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
Rense: Yes.
Shimatsu: And those victims were given placebos. Sugar tablets. That was their medication. So the Japanese people know that they have been lied to before. We saw the Minamata disease, the mercury-related disease. We have seen HIV-tainted blood. The Japanese public does not trust these quack doctors who keep coming out and telling everybody, in audiovisuals, everyone is safe. It has been very much burned into their experience that they have been lied to repeatedly before and people have suffered and died for that. And many of those victims never received compensation. They never lived long enough to get it. There is not a panic, people are just being very, very realistic based on what they know from history.
Rense: TEPCO offered people financial compensation. You saw that story. They offered them in -- in $12 a person.
Shimatsu: I have got to go to Tokyo pretty soon to deal with this, preventing people from signing a waver form.
Rense: They should not sign anything.
Shimatsu: Morizumi (spelling) asked me to come over to talk to people and warn them. Get some compensation, but do not sign the waiver.
Rense: Absolutely. $12.00 a person? This is an obscenity.
Shimatsu: Yes, yes, yes. This is ridiculous, and the whole point is they want people to sign the document which will somehow be some sort of waiver, to be used legally as a waver. Corporate lawyers have trotted this out. And I must say, they have some of the top lawyers in the world. Right now, all across the world, GE, Hitachi, TEPCO, have got like hundreds of lobbyists in disguise as this sort of expert, as risk experts and so on, with different titles that they have hired. They are going to every media in the world. They are taking editors and publishes out to lunch and dinner, and God know what kind of deal they are offering these kinds of people. And so this is happening right now. That is why much of the American media is quiet. A lot of the Asian media is starting to tone down their coverage right now because of this vast lobbying effort, which must be multi-million -- hundreds of millions of dollars.
Rense: Well, it is called bribery and all the rest of it. All bets are off on this one, folks. Anything goes, you are totally right. I am sorry to hear the Asian media is beginning to quiet down. The story has literally disappeared from Google and CNN here most of the time. It is just not there. Not there.
Shimatsu: That is right. Well, the basic thing is that they are pushing from what we can detect from all these media sources is that the message that is coming out is that nuclear fuel, despite this crisis, is still the only clean green energy.
Rense: Oh, please.
Shimatsu: And we have no choice but to rely on nuclear energy. This is the message that they are coming out with.
Rense: There is nothing green about nuclear energy. Nothing. It is the antithesis of green. Is is probably quite capable of -- as you mentioned --the first major extinction event in a long, long time. And I do not know how long it takes for this radiation exposure to come home. People say two years, three years, but I predict we are going to be seeing it amongst the Japanese people --
Shimatsu: It is continuing, I mean as you pointed out earlier, Chernobyl has broken open again. The Chernobyl crisis is not history. It is still with us. I think this is the problem. It never goes away. Other power systems, they shut down. But nuclear just keeps eating away. It keeps irradiating us. It doesn't stop. And I think this is a problem that is going to be dogging the next generation too. Not just ours.
Shimatsu: The other problem of this radiation leak is that you know Japan is a signatory of the international Law of the Sea. The Law of the Sea prohibits dumping of toxic materials in large quantities into the ocean. So there is an international case here. but we are not seeing any other country in the world taking Japan to task on this. I think perhaps the Chinese and Koreans will, because they are going to come to a breaking point where they have got to do something to pressure Japan.
Rense: Well the Koreans have already lambasted the Japanese and called them incompetent and I think that is an appropriate term.
Shimatsu: Yes, I think this is in preparation for a major suit in the Hague and in the World Court. In the international criminal courts.
Rense: Well, these are in a sense ---
Shimatsu: These are Law of the Sea violations.
Rense: Agreed. Well, I call them war crimes, frankly.
Shimatsu: They are crimes against humanity.
Rense: That is right. That is right. That is the same. OK, we just have three minutes left here. What would you suggest to Americans who are very concerned and are getting a lot of conflicting information about preparation, about radioactive exposure, what should they do, Yoichi, what would you suggest?
Shimatsu: Well first of all they should be looking at your web site, because I have to praise what you and your team have done, and many of your readers -- what they have done. They have put together I think is a very, very credible citizens movement to -- I am astounded by the number of web sites that are out there now that you are listing when there were hardly less than a handful before. More people are speaking out. Now you have sites that are monitoring the situation in Japan. Watching the size of the United States. I mean everything right now, the bases are being covered not by the government and federal agencies, but by, you know, ordinary citizens who are readers of your site and who are being posted on your site.
Rense: Well thank you.
Shimatsu: I have to congratulate you on that. Without that, we'd really be in the dark.
Rense: Thank you very much.
Shimatsu: So that is the beginning. If you don't know what you are talking about, you don't know what you are doing, then I think you have got a means where people can at least consult each other and waive a risk and figure out strategies for action. So I think right now that is the best thing, and I think you just have to keep up what you are doing.
Rense: Well, thank you.
Shimatsu: Another point I want to make is that as I look at this matter more, nuclear energy is no longer a science. The way we look at it, the way the IAEA is reacting, it is clear that it is priesthood of a false cult, of a false religion. A god that has failed. A nuclear god. And I think that for the rest of us we have got to take a hard look at that. We just cannot believe anymore. We have got to stop believing, take their temple apart. I mean these people are as cruel and cynical as the Aztec witch doctors that used to cut people's hearts out. We have got to look at them. We cannot allow these globalist people to be running the world any more. Look at what they are doing. They are on a death wish. They are in denial. They have no right to govern this planet any longer.
Rense: I couldn't concur more fully. I am sure a lot of people are praising what you just said. It is time. We either take back control of this planet from these -- these -- they are not human -- I do not know what they are -- but we are going to lose it.
Shimatsu: Life on this planet will die out.
Rense: That is right.
Shnimatsu: I mean, do we need further proof than what is going on in the north Pacific? Do we need any further proof?
Rense: The Black Current is running right now, correct?
Shimatsu: That is right. All the time. It is running all the time, and it is coming around. So it is moving right now between Japan and the Russian Far East and Kamchatka. So that is where it is all heading right now. This is becoming a major international crisis.
Rense: It will loop over, remember the Bering Strait, the Gulf of Alaska, through all the prime fishing grounds. You will see fish showing up with it. In fact, there is an article in Mother Jones Magazine right now. Is there radiation in your sea food? So people are beginning to ask.
Shimatsu: Yes. Forget shell fish. Forget oysters and clams and things like that.
Rense: Oh, God.
Shimatsu: They are big collectors of radiation.
Rense: You mentioned earlier, and we just have a minute left, that when the temperatures warm there, the evaporation and the rising end of the upper atmosphere will become a much more serious problem. How long before that happens?
Shimatsu: Well, cherry blossom season is opening, and sadly, those beautiful little flowers opening indicate warming temperatures. And so I think we are in for it now. The radiation is being leaked. And also evaporation from the ocean is going to go into the jet stream.
Rense: Constantly.
Shimatsu: We are really in for it. Something has got to be done. A sense of urgency has to be recaptured, and people have to be mobilized. And anti-nuclear demonstrations are going to have to be organized. It will be a challenge to defeat that completely cynical -- they are taking the ostrich perspective on life and death.
Rense: Indeed. Thank you Yoichi very much, talk to you next week.
Shimatsu: All right. Very good.
Rense: Good night. All right, Yoichi Shimatsu in Hong Kong, and right up to speed on everything. We are going to put up a whole lot more material this evening, as we do around the clock, as I do. So it you have anything really crucial that you think I should know about, please get it to me at OK, thanks so much for being here, and we will be back tomorrow night.





Yoichi Shimatsu

"Yoichi Shimatsu is a free lance journalist based in Hong Kong. He is former Editor of the Japan Times Weekly. Mr. Yoi is a former Tsinghua University lecturer. He's also Senior Advisor to The 4th Media, the English Website of the April Media Group. He's been regularly writing to several global media outlets including US, China and so on. He's been frequently sitting on CCTV News, Blue Ocean Network TV and other global media outlets in China, Hong Kong and other countries." (Quotation source: The 4th Media web page)



Yoichi Shimatsu sample articles

2011-12-06 The Death Of The Pacific Ocean Fukushima Debris Soon To Hit American Shores by Yoichi Shimatsu,
2011-10-13 How Fukushima Releases Expanded the New Arctic Ozone Hole
2011-07-07 Minister's Resignation Sign Of Japan Disintegration by Yoichi Shimatsu, "The forced resignation of the Reconstruction Minister Ryu Matsumoto is yet another symptom of the political and social disintegration of Japan in the nuclear crisis."
Secret US-Israeli Nuke Transfers Led To Fukushima Blasts
2011-09-08 Proof Of Fukushima Weapons Program Rests On A Pile Of Manure,
2011-07-28 Why Underground Entombment At Fukushima Daiichi Won't Succeed. [Editor's Note: Yoichi Shimatsu makes the case for the aggressive use of borax to help stabilize the ground around radioactive materials and absorb neutrons].
2011-07-07 Minister's Resignation Sign Of Japan Disintegration by Yoichi Shimatsu, "The forced resignation of the Reconstruction Minister Ryu Matsumoto is yet another symptom of the political and social disintegration of Japan in the nuclear crisis."
2011-04-20 World Exclusive Photos Inside Fukushima (Dead Zone) by Yoichi Shimatsu, Photos By Takashi Morizumi, Exclusive to
2011-04-06 Is Japan's Elite Hiding A Weapons Program Inside Nuclear Plants? by Yoichi Shimatsu, [Also at].
2011-03-27 Attack on Libya: Why Odyssey Dawn Is Doomed,
2011-03-18 The Next Nagasaki -- Nuclear Fears Stalk the World, exclusive to, []
2011-03-17 Tohoku Quake & Tsunami Monitor "Full Metal Alchemy" by Yoichi Shimatsu
2011-03-15 Fukushima Reactor 2 Hit By Loud INTERNAL Explosion
Tohoku Quake And Tsunami Monitor 4 - 'Internal Combustion'
by Yoichi Shimatsu
2011-03-13 VIDEO: Cover-up Over Japan's Nuclear Emergency, Breaking news on GRTV,[]
2011-03-13 Emergency Special Report: Japan's Earthquake, Hidden Nuclear Catastrophe Emergency Reports I, II, and III,, []
2011-03-11 Japan's Tsunami: Human Failings, Not Nature's Power, Are the Real Calamity New America Media, News Analysis
2011-02-28 Mideast Revolutions and 9-11 intrigues crafted in Qatar, The 4th Media, []
2011-02-24 America's Next War Looms in Libya, The 4th Media, []
2011-02-17 U.S. Secretly Backed the Brotherhood's Soft-Power Strategy in Egypt, The 4th Media, []
2011-02-04 The New American Moment in Egypt: Taking aim at Mubarak's nuclear program, The 4th Media, []
2011-01-12 Comments on Liu Xiaobo's Attack on Nobel Peace Laureate [late South Korean President] Kim Dae-jung, The 4th Media, []
2010-11-30 The Shadow of 'America's Caesar' Haunts Korean Military Exercises, The 4th Media, []
2010-11-24 North Korea "Crisis": In a Multipolar World, Security Equals Nukes, The 4th Media, []
2010-11-17 Obama's anxious message puzzles contented Asians, The 4th Media, []
2010-10-18 Nobel Committee Aiming for War And Domination in The Name of Peace, New America Media. The fact that an open warmonger heads the Nobel Peace Committee has completely discredited what was once the world’s most prestigious Peace Prize," []
2010-05-27 Did an American Mine Sink South Korean Ship? New America Media, News Analysis, []
2008-12-09 What if Lashkar-e-Taiba Is a Scapegoat? Blame Game over Mumbai Massacre Could Doom Kashmir, New America Media, Commentary
2008-11-28 Did a Criminal Mastermind Stage the Mumbai Nightmare? "New American Media, "The Mumbai attacks carry the signature of Ibrahim Dawood, a Indian living in Pakistan and former crime boss turned self-styled avenger."
2008-04-06 The Real Reason For The Tibet Protests, AsianWeek
1999-10-20 Reports Showing U.S. Deliberately Bombed Chinese Embassy Deliberately Ignored By U.S. Media by Yoichi Shimatsu, JINN Magazine, Issue No. 5.21.

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Bright Skies: Top-Secret Weapons Testing? – Part 3

The Banjawarn sheep station soon became newsworthy due to its purchase and occupation in 1993 by the Japanese sect, the Aum Supreme Truth (Aum Shinrikyo), of Tokyo subway gas-attack fame. The sect’s stated purpose at that time was “to conduct experiments there [at Banjawarn] for the benefit of mankind”. It was reported in the media in 1995 that Aum sect members had experimented there with sarin nerve gas on sheep-as a prelude to the Tokyo gas attack on 20 March 1995.

The Aum sect’s deputy leader, Kiyohide Hayakawa, visited Perth in April 1993. Aided by Perth-based Japanese Mahikari sect agent, Japanese-born Yasuko Shimada, he hired a light plane and flew with a Perth real estate consultant (Japanese-Australian, Micky Webb) out to the northeastern Goldfields to view several “for sale” sheep stations.

Interestingly, in his pre-Aum days, Hayakawa had studied for his Masters degree at Osaka University in “Greening Technology”. His thesis is marked highly confidential and is under top-secret wraps. The University authorities originally stated that he studied “Anti-Desertification” in the Climate Engineering department. However, Japanese investigative journalist Yoichi Shimatsu (see web site has uncovered strong evidence that this department is a cover for secret Japanese electromagnetic (EM) weapons research. More recently, in response to Shimatsu’s published story concerning Hayakawa’s true area of study, Osaka University now insists that Hayakawa studied “Landscape Engineering”. The outcome of the deployment of certain types of EM weapons is, if you like, a higher order of “Landscape Engineering”!

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