Japan Disaster

Massive 8.9 Earthquake hits Japan; Tsunami Slams Coast; Warnings issued for entire West Coast; Stunning Videos Emerge


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Video Captures Tsunami Hitting Japanese Town of Kamaishi During Live TV Broadcast

Watch Live: CNN Covers Impact of 8.9 Earthquake in Japan

Tsunami warning expands to entire US West Coast following massive Japan earthquake

People in Honolulu coastal areas begin evacuating after authorities sound warning sirens

9 thoughts on “Japan Disaster”

  1. The Tsunami is due to hit us here in Bali in the next hour or so keep your fingers crossed for us.

  2. lets pray for does people ., they need our help at this very moment ., if i can do anything for them,. i will,., but im so far away,. -philippine-

    but my prayers for them is the most powerful thing i can do now,.

    PLEASE GOD! HELP THEM SURVIVE THIS AWFUL DISASTER.,

  3. SPARE US LORD FROM THE TREAT OF STRONG EARTHQUAKE AND TSUNAMI . WE LIFT OUR SAFETY INTO YOUR LOVING ARMS AND SHIELD US FROM DESTRUCTION.

    WE ASK THIS IN THE NAME OF JESUS THROUGH THE INTERCESSION OF MOTHER MARY , AMEN

  4. Hi Realist, totaly off topic,
    but have you noticed a rise in the number of moslems on the island of late.? They had pretty well cleared out after the Kuta attack, but heard a few comments about an invasion of late.

  5. Just after the Brisbane floods had subsided I was on a job and struck up a conversation with a guy and he started to talk about a few things, and mentioned ‘Armageddon’ and if I believed in it. He then went on to say that there would be more things happening in the world, things that nature would do.

    Since then, we’ve had the NZ earthquake, and now this earthquake & tsunami in Japan. And continued rains and floods in North QLD.

    Makes you wonder, doesn’t it?

    (‘sorry’, what part of Philippines are you in? My wife is from Pangasinan.)

  6. Sheik, I want to report, someone is writing in capitals. They are shouting in prayers to our God. I think a good rap on the knuckles is in order here.

    Sadly, my heart goes out to these people. I also pray for their recovery. No prize for guessing if any Muslim countries will give any charity.

    A friend of mine in Canada said two days ago. “Something is going on with the planet. Mother nature is about to fight back. We will experience more dreadful events of the natural disaster kind. Then we will have peace”. At first I thought, maybe. But, now I think Mother Nature must cry out, to save the planet. We cant keep taking billions and billions of oil out of the earth, and gasses too, create this gigantic void below, and not expect a counter balance to occur. Like ying and yang. Nature is stronger than we are.

    I dont think it is Armagedon, although who knows. I am only a woman and may not understand these things. Woah there gal!

  7. A letter from Errol:

    Japan is not Haiti …. Here is what to expect in the coming months out of the disaster that has affected Northeast Japan: How do I know …. I was living just outside of Kobe when the monstrous jishin (earthquake) hit in January 1995 and virtually destroyed the center of a major Japanese City killing 6,600 people covering a 20 mile swath. I was right in the middle. Down the street from where I lived a 7 story apartment building ended up being 4 stories. My next door neighbor died from a collapsed roof. When the quake hit, I thought it was a bomb going off. Here’s what didn’t happen: There was no looting or breaking into food stores There was no time for trying to blame anyone There was no one cutting in the front of the line to get water. There were no calls lawyers Here is what did happen: The people in the Kobe Area were not waiting around for a US Aircraft Carrier The Military was deployed immediately to dig and search. The Yakuza (Japanese Mafia) were the early suppliers of medical supplies and food (They had the connections and the means to get the material to the folks Within days Temporary housing was being constructed all over the Area Within days portable showers and toilet facilities were set up all over the Area Within days, supermarkets were opened and the queues stretched endlessly as they could only let a few people in the stores at a time. There was no anger, yelling, blaming, looting, cutting in front Within hours … clean-up began by everyone .. students, teachers, seniors, yakuza, politicians. Everyone seemed to be contributing in some way. As a foreigner, I was treated like everyone else …. Result: By the time I left Japan 4 years later, I would say 90 % of the entire City of Kobe had been rebuilt …. and consider that New York has been unable to erect a couple of building at ground zero now going on 10 years. So like I said, Japan is not Haiti….. nor New Orleans. They don’t need us … that is not to say they would not be unappreciative of any assistance. Probably the best thing we can do is provide portable medical facilities and staffing if requested and search sniffing dogs.

    Errol Phillips
    American Patriot

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