More and more people are agreeing that something is very wrong with the information being officially released by the Japanese government:
I have noticed, among other suspicious clues, some news clips re-using days-old footage in combination with reports of supposed current events. As more and more foreign news crews are pulled out, it will become harder to compare across sources and spot inconsistencies and do analysis, but the situation is definitely worse than what is being reported. I am guessing that confidence in the government will erode further.
So what do we do, as propaganda activists, in a situation like this?
1) We should encourage the anti-nuclear camp towards anti-Zionism at the very least. They need to realize that their protests, though well-intentioned, will have no effect because the people in power do not care what they think. Therefore if they are serious about creating a nuclear-free world (as are we!), they need to start by recognizing the roadblock to all positive changes in the world and being willing to join in the effort to clear this roadblock. Ordinarily we prefer to communicate with people who already understand Jews and Zionism, but in this case it might be worth the patience to take them through the basics if that is what is required. (A good start might be to get them to start spotting the disproportionate number of Jews on both sides of the nuclear debate, or even just giving us information about nuclear safety.)
2) We should try to add at least one person in Japan onto our team within the near future. Elysium previously wrote about the relative difficulty of Aryanism (or any other kind of radicalism) becoming a serious force in Japan:
but I suggest this hypothesis be reviewed in light of this disaster that will have not only short-term but also enormous long-term effects on Japanese economy and society, thereby possibly leading to more open-mindedness (and possibly even active demand) in Japan for radical ideas. I still agree with Elysium’s prediction that a think-tank would be a realistic start, but even in this case I suggest that now is an unprecedentedly strong time to seek out our first teammates in this country.
3) Keep bashing the ZCs. This is self-explanatory.
Why are the quake victims in the picture not looting?
Intelligent Answer 1: Because they are mostly old people. (The median age in Japan is 45.)
Intelligent Answer 3: Because they would have nowhere to store any loot in a communal shelter like this.
ZC Answer: “Because they are not black! And if you disagree you are just being PC cowards, unlike us courageous activists who will make fun of Third World cockroaches all day while worshipping First World Jews, Europeans and East Asians! So there!”