They Create Earthquakes - Look at USGS' earthquake data, then examine the Japanese site. The differences are astounding

Spend just 5-10 minutes browsing the pages on Japan's Earthquake Warning Report site (English version):

Then, compare Japan's data to what's reported on USGS and EMSC:

The differences in earthquake magnitude and outright omissions will jump out at you like a bolt of lightning.

As a starting point, locate this "5.4" USGS earthquake on Japan's website. You'll find that Japan reported it on April 13 as a 7.2 eq.

MAP     5.4      2011/04/13 01:08:01       36.950       140.430     24.7      NEAR THE EAST COAST OF HONSHU, JAPAN

You'll find several 5.x and 6.x earthquakes in Japan that aren't listed on EMSC or USGS.

HAARP Magnetometer data shows Japan earthquake was induced 

PressCore: HAARP Magnetometer data shows Japan earthquake was induced 
Tuesday, March 15th, 2011

By looking at the accompanying HAARP spectrum chart above you can see when the 9.0 magnitude earthquake struck – red line drawn vertically – and what was happening before and after the earthquake.  What you can also see is a constant ULF frequency of 2.5 Hz being recorded by the magnetometer.  The ULF 2.5 Hz frequency is evidence of an induced earthquake.  The chart recorded this constant before, during and after the 9.0 magnitude earthquake struck.  On March 11, 2011 the 2.5 Hz ULF frequency was being emitted and recorded from 0:00 hours to about 10:00 hours – or for 10 hours.  We know for a fact that the Japan earthquake lasted only a few minutes so why was the earthquake signature frequency (2.5 Hz) being recorded for 10 hours on the morning of March 11, 2011?  Because a HAARP phased array antenna system was broadcasting (transmitting) the 2.5Hz ULF frequency and it triggered the Japan earthquake and ensuing tsunami.