In Okinawa, a strange substance from a crashed UFO caused the death of millions of fish

January 19, 2013 14:41

In Okinawa, a strange substance from a crashed UFO caused the death of millions of fishA man goes to a ford across the sea of dead fish, dead from a chemical leaked from a crashed UFO.

Okinawa, Japan is the first sign of the troubled UFO crash off the coast of Okinawa, has finally arrived. Millions of dead fish, weighing more than fifty tons were washed away along the coast of Japan. Inothernewz.com photographed the old man's way through the dead fish, when it washed up on the shore. Some of the dead fish showed signs of severe burns and bleeding from the eyes.

Former Prime Minister of Japan, Yoshihiko Noda, has signed a decree to limit the coverage of Japanese media UFO crash. Several local agencies quietly filed numerous objections to the office of Prime Minister. But he has not yet received any comments as of this morning, learned Inothernewz.com.

Inothernewz.com is one of the few international news agencies, telling about the UFO crash, and we were able to make contact with a source deep within the Japanese government, which has direct knowledge of the matters in Okinawa. We talked a while back about a dead fish thrown along the shore of a small island.

"I can confirm to you. Dead fish, which appeared on the coast of Okinawa, is a direct result of the collapse of the UFO "- said the source. "We have the scientists featured on JS Kurama. This is a ship responsible for the rise of a spacecraft on the surface, and scientists informed the Prime Minister that, in their view, a strange substance oozes from the damaged vessel and forms a noxious fumes that rise to the surface. Not only will it kill any fish in the surrounding vicinity, but the smoke makes it very difficult to breath rescue crew on board. The rescue operation was suspended for a few hours, in this regard, the new circumstances. Scientists fear that the new, very dangerous alien chemical compounds penetrate into the sea, and to destroy marine life ".

Meanwhile, in Okinawa, several residents seemed surprised to see millions of dead fish appeared in otherwise clean beaches.

"I would not have believed it if I had not seen it all with my own eyes," — said Tsutomu Irabu (Irabu), 57-year-old fisherman. "I've never seen anything like it in my life. The smell of rotting piss out of me. "

"I'm afraid to touch it," — said Yamato Endo (Endo), 18-year-old student. "I think that these chemicals are harmful to our planet. I do not want to get ".

The source said the scientists on board the rescue ship JS Kurama expressed concern to Prime Minister and military officials responsible for the restoration of the ship, the fuel of UFOs may well be flammable.

"One scientist believes that the sea water begins to boil, when UFO released the latest batch of his unknown foreign substances in the water," he said. "At the moment, this assumption, as long as nothing happens, but the view Brewed fish, of course, makes sense."

Inothernewz.com asked at the source, when the Prime Minister will make a decision whether or not to allow the Japanese media report this important event.

"The Japanese people have a right to know what happened in their waters," he said. "That's why I agreed to the contact. Transparency is very important to me, as a government official. I suspect that the prime minister may be drugnoy view of the situation. I believe that it will take a long period of time before he would like, if it ever can do that. I am saddened by this. '

"I am quite sure that government representatives examined in the next few hours and will be cleared of dead fish coastline of Okinawa", — he said. "They did not leave any evidence of such an event as UFO crash. They will deny it. The prime minister was very angry with our officials from the Navy after a crashed UFO photo appeared on Inothernewz.com. He was quite beside himself. The Navy received a direct order not to post or to comment on this event without the consent of the Prime Minister ".

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