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Monday, April 18, 2016

Fears of ‘THE BIG ONE’ as SEVEN major earthquakes strike Pacific region in just 96 hours

SCIENTISTS fear a monster earthquake could be about to strike after a seventh quake in just 96 hours struck region, killing over 100 people.

Japan has been worst hit by the tremors.
The latest quake to hit the country yesterday, measuring 7.3 on the Richter scale, injured more than 1,000 and trapped people in collapsed buildings, only a day after a quake killed nine people in the same region.
Rescue crews searched for survivors of a magnitude 7.3 earthquake that struck Japan’s Kyushu Island, the same region rattled by a 6.2 quake two days earlier.
Around 20,000 troops have had to be deployed following the latest 7.3 earthquake at 1.25am local time on Saturday.
Roads have also been damaged and big landslides have been reported, there are also 200,000 households without power.
The death toll in the latest Kyushu earthquake is 16 people and a previous earthquake that struck the area on Thursday had killed nine people.
There have been other large earthquakes recorded in recent days, including a major one in southern Japan which destroyed buildings and left at least 45 people injured, after Myanmar was rocked on Wednesday.
Tremors were also felt as far as 500 miles
Not a big believer in the doom and gloom scenario of this is it, the end of the world thing...buuuut...
Better to be informed and maybe be ready....just in case.
Increase volcano eruption and earthquakes, something is going on...Unless one is a sheeple who trots behind the line they are told to follow, this definitely raises an eyebrow...at least...

Nothing to fear of the zombie apocalypse yet but might be a good idea to keep an eye on the rest? 

Like I said, "just in case", it's not the lame stream media that's going to be honest about it, unless it's one of their elite masters, which will give them time to go into their rat hole aka bunkers, as for the rest of us....
We will be on our own.

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