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Saturday, March 22, 2014

Godzilla Main 2014 Movie Trailer

Here is the official movie trailer for Godzilla, set for release on a city near you on May 16, 2014.

Watch it and prepare to shell out your money, because this is a movie that demands we see it.

The trailer notes that in 1954 they awakened something... that something in 1954 was the thermonuclear hydrogen bomb test in the Bikini Atoll of the Marshall Islands, where, as luck would have it, the very first victim of the bomb was a Japanese man. Talk about wrong place - wrong time.

You should familiarize yourself with that story which I have previous detailed HERE. Yeah, it's long, but it's easy to read and understand... and it's factually correct. Not many things on the Internet are.

Basically, the fear of nuclear radiation that Japan harbors comes from first-hand knowledge: the two atomic bombs on Hiroshima and then Nagasaki in August of 1945; the 1954 thermonuclear irradiation of a Japanese fishing crew and the subsequent worries over eating radiation-filled tuna; and the Dai-ichi power plant near meltdowns and hazardous waste cleanup in Fukushima-ken in 2011-2014.

It's enough for Japan to not be that keen anymore on the benefits of nuclear power... to want to shut down all of the nuclear power plants and find some alternative form of energy.

Godzilla was certainly not one of those options... but there it is... Godzilla, King of the Monsters... appearing May 16, 2014 everywhere... except Japan.

Japan has to wait a little bit... two whole months in fact, July 25, 2014, before they can watch Godzilla... spawned from the same nuclear test that killed one of their own back in 1954... come to life on the big screen.

How horrible. How very, very horrible.

I can hardly wait.

It's why I am presenting the trailer again... albeit with a little more REAL background information. Really... the thermonuclear bomb inspired the original Godzilla movie... how humanity's hubris spawned a monster... a genie that won't go back into the bottle.

Cheers,
Andrew Joseph

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