Jim (Fukushima) Stone – now what IS his real name, I wonder?

From: Andrew Johnson

Date: 2011-06-27 23:24:36

This is a question to which I don’t know the answer. However, it was interesting to find out in his interview with Deanna Spingola and Randall Tillotson that Jim Stone was NOT his real name.   Use one of these 3 links   www.checktheevidence… Jim Stone – real name – from Deanna Spingola Randall Tillotson Jim Stone – Fukushima False Flag – 13 Jun 2011.mp3 (209 KB) (Modified: Jun 27 2011 10:13:09 PM)www.checktheevidence…   I suspect there is some type of “foul play” involved with Fukushima and “Stone” may be correct in his assertion that the photos and damage seen at Sendai are not consistent with a magnitude 9 earthquake. However, I am not convinced by his “gun type nuclear weapon in a camera” theory – there would be better / more effective ways to damage the reactor complex – such as… errr…  a directed energy weapon, perhaps?   If people want to list to the full interview (without commercials), it’s available here:   www.checktheevidence…   Deanna Spingola Randall Tillotson Jim Stone – Fukushima False Flag – 13 Jun 2011.mp3 (15.4 MB) (Modified: Jun 27 2011 10:28:48 PM) www.checktheevidence…   Here are the links that Deanna Pongola posted: Monday, 6/13: Jim Stone, Did the Dimona Dozen murder the Fukushima 50?; Jim Stones Links; Fukushima, Nuclear Blast?, Fukushima Unit 3, Two Theories Stone seemed to get an AWFUL LOT of traction in a short period of time… then spread a lot of fear about exploding power plants of various kinds due, apparently, to the Stuxnet virus.   The stuxnet virus is real – www.symantec.com/bus…, there is a flavour of “hysteria” in the article link there. Virus software companies could make a lot of money out of such a thing.   In my experience (and yes, I really have worked on Industrial Control systems – in the steel industry, water supply industry, food industry and at a plant in North East England and a plant in Canada). USB sticks and internet connections are simply not used on these systems – they operate on strict standards and use of USB sticks or other removable media on such machines can get an employee fired. i.e. I don’t buy the virus argument either.    

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