Earthquake: 10 kilometre crack in a road in Northern Thailand
by Zoe Daniel via thriff - ABC (Oz) Saturday, Mar 26 2011, 3:10pm
Yet another tectonic shift and earthquake this time around the Thai-Burma border. Had this quake hit in a heavily populated area it would have been devastating. But NOTE how the mass media is playing down these related events with brief reports lacking detail and without making obvious connections to recent tectonic activity on the Pacific Rim.
Consider also the outrageous withholding of information by Corporate elites in the US and Japan on the real status of the Japanese nuclear disaster, which PROMISES to be the worst ever recorded.
Stay asleep sheeple, you are being deceived, distracted and exposed to catastrophic danger by those in whose interests it is to withhold the TRUTH but maintain THEIR safety. When it all erupts (very soon) just remember those RESPONSIBLE for all the Corporate deception that led to the earth's instability and horrendous loss of life -- 'you ain't seen nothin' yet!'
And remember, the only good (criminal by nature) executive, is a DEAD EXECUTIVE!
It is time to reclaim our societies from the criminal filth that have subverted justice and democracy around the WORLD -- they are currently active subverting Libya as I write.
Few today are fooled by the same old tired tricks we've seen so many times before.
[Thin] Report follows:
At least 75 people are now believed to have died when an earthquake struck the Thai-Burma border last night.
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The death toll is still expected to rise as authorities move into remote areas that have been cut off by road closures since the 6.8 magnitude quake.
More than 240 buildings are said to have collapsed on the Burmese side of the border killing at least 74.
One woman was also killed in the Thai district of Mae Sai and more than 100 people were injured in areas close to the epicentre.
Tremors were felt in Bangkok and Hanoi, both hundreds of kilometres away.
There are reports of a 10 kilometre crack in a road in Northern Thailand as a result of the quake and a number of aftershocks.
Burma sits on a different tectonic plate to Japan, which was hit by a massive earthquake two weeks ago today.
Additional details here.
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