6.8 Quake Hits Japan

The Intellihub
Shepard Ambellas
August 19, 2011

Friday afternoon Japan was rocked by a magnitude 6.8 earthquake. This comes 5 months after the deadly quake struck in mid March that released a tsunami that swept the land destroying the Fukushima Diachi Nuclear Plant and polluting over 100,000 square miles of ocean with radiation over 300 times the normal limit near China.

The first stories to hit today already sound like cover stories, instantly reporting no damage to nuclear facilities.

The fact that 11 or more facilities were admittedly damaged back in March raises questions as to if the media is even reporting the truth, not to mention the known lies and cover-ups surrounding the Fukushima disaster.

An excerpt from The Manichini Daily News reads;

M6.8 quake shakes northeastern Japan, no damage to nuclear plants

TOKYO (Kyodo) — An earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 6.8 jolted northeastern Japan on Friday afternoon, but caused no abnormalities at the crisis-hit Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant, the Japan Meteorological Agency and the plant operator Tokyo Electric Power Co. said.

The 2:36 p.m. quake measured lower 5 on the Japanese seismic intensity scale of 7 in Miyagi and Fukushima prefectures, and it also rattled wide areas in Japan from the northernmost island of Hokkaido to the Kinki region in southwestern Japan.

The agency temporarily issued a tsunami warming to the coastal areas of the two prefectures, but no tidal waves were observed. The warning was lifted about 40 minutes later.

Once again The Intel Hub sends out our thoughts an prayers to the people of Japan.