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ZetaTalk: Nuclear Shutdown
Note: written on Dec 15, 2001

Among those in power, which are primarily the industrialized giants and the economic giants including those in the banking system, this is often discussed. Should the governments come clean, at the last minute, and tell the public what is about to occur? If so, what is the moment to do so? An hour ahead, a week? This is a heated subject, with anyone seeming too sympathetic with the public being harshly warned not to leak information, and an occasional accidental death announced grimly as a reminder that this enforcement can and is easily used. Bill Cooper is a recent example. He warned about inoculation plans, for Anthrax, in the past, and this brought a quick knee-jerk reaction when Anthrax became a problem. He was out and about with a gun in his hand, having sensed this was about to occur. Thus, his "arrest" resulted in his death.

As the earlier agreements between the US and the former Russian indicate, deactivating nuclear bombs has been in process for some time. The public is not told just how far this has gone, so the deterrent still exists. It is far beyond the schedule announced, as neither country wants to see itself poisoned by what it keeps in its bed. Power plants are another matter, as to turn them off or deactivate them would be a clear clue to a watching public that something was amiss! Thus, this step can be expected only after rotation has stopped, in the week prior to the shift. The public should prepare for panic in the administration, such that this might get overlooked. The turn-off plans are known to many, and access to these plants afforded to a number of individuals, such that no single individual is key to deactivating a nuclear power plant. Thus, bringing this subject up when it is clear the shift is approaching, to those in government in a broad setting so many ears can hear the concerns, will be the best insurance that this does occur. Nuclear power plants will not be reactivated, due to disruption of the mechanisms during the shift. Few are constructed to withstand earthquakes, few placed on fault lines for this reason.

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