ONE OF THE WILDER conspiracy theories doing the rounds suggests that, because of Japan’s outspoken condemnation of Israel’s continuing genocide of the Palestinians (in March 2010), Japan’s Fukushima nuclear facility was attacked with the Stuxnet virus, precipitating the multiple meltdowns and radiological contamination. As Germany had also recently been very critical of Israel, Angela Merkel naturally assumed Germany might be next, so she pre-emptively shut down Germany’s nuclear program.
Three months later Germany was hit with the e.coli bioweapon. What next..?
June 6, 2011: German attorney Torsten van Geest has released an English summary and a translation of his legal activities against Chancellor Merkel on the possible Nuclear Terror Attack in Berlin Olympia Stadium Women’s World Cup 2011 Soccer, June 26, 2011
“Many indications and warnings point to a possible terror attack in Berlin on June 26, 2011 during the opening ceremony of the Women’s World Soccer Championship. Similar indications and warnings were known before the September 11, 2001 attacks in the United States but were not acted upon. This time, such indications and warnings should be publicized in advance in order to mobilize public awareness and support to help prevent this possible attack.”—Torsten van Geest
Hollywood: In the movie “The Sum of all Fears”, terrorists try to provoke a war between the U.S. and Russia, by detonating a nuclear bomb at a football game.