The lingering effects of the March 2011 Japanese earthquake, tsunami and Fukushima nuclear disasters are captured by filmmaker Christopher Noland---an American living and working in Tokyo during the catastrophic events, who volunteered for the cleanup in Northeastern Japan, documenting true stories from those affected by the disaster.
The only film of its kind takes an indepth, critical look at the mismanagement of the nuclear crisis and tsunami relief efforts by corporations, the U.S and Japanese governments, and Tokyo Electric Power Company© (TEPCO), drawing questions on the future of nuclear power in the 21st century.
Mismanagement?? From the people's perspective yes. From the government and bed partner corporations perspective.. no.
There is an expression, idiom, "Beating a dead horse." It is commonly accepted and understood to mean that you are arguing a controversial point that has already been settled. It's over and done. Let it go.. deal with it.
It should be said here in favor of the "Dead Horse Beaters" that some concluded issues were, in fact, concluded completely bogus and wrong. Some "dead Horses" do need even more beating.
Since I'm already throwing idioms around... here is another one.. Be that as it may...
Does anyone out there know where I might find a 'Next False Flag Attack' betting pool? After turning off the TV, breaking out of the Matrix as it were, I've learned a few things about what is really going on. One of them is the controlling elite just love to stage "False Flag Events" to get the people to go to war and attack someone that did not attack them. Basically a big lie.
I have some pretty good ideas about what the next false flag attack will be. If I have to sit back and watch people be herded off to war with a lie by a bunch of sociopathic criminal control freaks I might as well make a few dollars off of it. To be sure "they" are making big money off of it.
The Best is selected expressions about human nature from an old newsletter of mine.
Years ago I was up north in the country with my brother-in-law Bill and his two boys, my nephews Billy and Rob, for a day out together flying model planes. Spending time doing things with family and children is always time well spent. We had limited success finding flying areas and even less success flying. We did finally manage to get the radio controlled plane in the air for a short flight but then our inexperience as pilots showed resulting in a crash, the proverbial smoking hole in the ground. No more flying that day, the plane now needed extensive repairs, it was good for a few laughs.
The View is selected expressions about nature from an old newsletter of mine.
One day this week I was working inside a garage, the door was open. Another hot and humid day, summer time in temperate rain forest New York. A typical day, the relatively cool morning got hot by late afternoon. The clear skies of morning filled with clouds that are born and grow driven by the power of the rain forest below it. The humidity goes up, the elements all combine to create one of the most beautiful sights in nature, a thunder storm!