The end of West Coast fishing?
Apr 16, 2015
The Fukishima nuclear meltdown in Japan on March 11, 2011 has been spilling tons of radioactive water into the ocean for the past four years. It has finally reached critical levels, killing off the fish needed to support sea life in the Pacific.
Dolphins with white lungs are now beaching themselves (committing suicide).
Baby fish are down 99% along the West Coast. Sea lions and pelicans are dying of starvation. At this rate it won’t be long before fish will be taken off the menus in America’s restaurants.
I have watched this since 2011 and have understood that this nuclear catastrophe, if left unchecked, would have the potential to destroy first the Pacific and ultimately all of the oceans. The only way this will be reversed is for Babylon to be overthrown. The technology exists to reverse the harmful effects of radiation, but the Babylonians won’t release it because it would compete with their own multi-billion dollar industries.
God has promised to renew the earth, so we know that it will not be destroyed. However, we do not know how long this downward spiral will take us before the Babylonians are overthrown. On the other hand, when we see the seas coming dangerously close to the brink of extinction, we know that the end of Babylon is drawing near.