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  1. Japan's Fukushima...History's Worst Human Disaster At least one billion becquerels a day of radiation continue to leak from Japan’s Fukushima nuclear plant after the March earthquake and tsunami. Experts say that the total amount of radiation leaked will exceed amounts released from Chernobyl, making Fukushima the worst nuclear disaster in history. Al Jazeera’s Steve Chao reports from the Japanese capital of Tokyo. We have a 10 year old girl displaying signs of radiation sickness. We have independent experts saying the levels are harmful and comparable to Chernobyl and anybody who has been following this would already be aware of radiation “hotspots” in Tokyo that are accepted as a fact by radiation monitoring teams and even the media. But rest assured even with Chernobyl levels in “some” areas of Tokyo the experts employed by the Japanese government tell us on camera we are just paranoid and radiation levels have not changed significantly. I’m not sure which radiation maps they are looking at? I’ve got a few they can look at here: When will they start telling the truth? I accept Tokyo is a large place with roughly 35 million if you include the metropolitan area. Is that fact larger than the truth? If people want to live there fine but tell them the truth. It will at least give families with children the option to sell their properties to the people who will stay in Tokyo despite the radiation. LINK : 9 Responses to Japan’s Fukushima ‘worst in history’ Adam Evenson says: September 19, 2011 at 07:57 I am glad somebody has been able to say it, “The worst disaster in human history.” And that would not be in Japan’s human history, but the world’s. Which of you will survive it? wray edwards says: September 19, 2011 at 11:29 Finally….maybe, at last, we don’t have to read and hear that it is “the worst since Chernobyl.” It could be a planet killer. No telling what kind of mutations on land and at sea might produce some Andromeda Strain or just burn such a large hole in the chain of species that natural balances will fail. Katie Caliente says: September 19, 2011 at 12:17 It so happens i was watching Chernobyl videos when this occured. That was a very horrific event. Id say we are all dead That’s just my opinion. I wouldnt write it if it were just an opinion…id say humanity is finished. live in usa mike says: September 19, 2011 at 13:20 Pardon if I am wrong here but, as bad as it is, how can it be worse than dropping A Bombs on Hirashima, and Nagasaki? aVoice says: September 19, 2011 at 15:45 @Mike Well, for starters, Little Boy, the Hiroshima bomb had about 150 lbs of U235 and Fat Man, the Nagasaki bomb had 13.6 lbs of PU239 which makes for less than 170 lbs of nuclear material. Each one of the reactors at Fukushima have 20+ tons of nuclear material. That’s 40,000 lbs per reactor.That is a huge scale up. In addition, there is the spent fuel which is highly radio active. • Reactor No. 1: 50 tons of spent nuclear fuel • Reactor No. 2: 81 tons • Reactor No. 3: 88 tons • Reactor No. 4: 135 tons • Reactor No. 5: 142 tons • Reactor No. 6: 151 tons • Also, a separate ground-level fuel pool contains 1,097 tons of fuel; and some 70 tons of nuclear materials are kept on the grounds in dry storage. What we’re talking about here is thousands of times more nuclear material than the two bombs put together. The scale is mind boggling greater. Michael Henry says: September 19, 2011 at 16:31 Anybody wonder why no main stream media,be it T.V. or newspapers talk about this ongoing and spreading danger to our world .Who’s running this planet ? I could suggest a name or three but I would only be considered a loony conspiracy theorist. AustralianCannonball says: September 19, 2011 at 18:19 @Michael Henry – All views are respected on here so feel free to give your opinion. Some will agree and some won’t. If it makes you feel any better some people think I’m a conspiracy theorist for even putting this stuff on the site. Actually the whole site is devoted to it. I think alternative theory is the better word. And conspiracies(Such as people saying no meltdown when there was) do happen. And if they can do that you never know how far the lies and corruption go. tawny says: September 20, 2011 at 04:29 The Fukushima Daiichi melt-down(s) IS the biggest nuclear, environmental, AND industrial accident in the history of the planet. That is just a fact. Enough plutonium has been released from the Daiichi plants to poison (if inhaled) every person on the planet. Inhaled, a speck is a lethal dose. And it remains this toxic for 250,000 years. There is a very good interview with Ann Harris on You Tube. She worked at TVA nuke plants for 14 years. She is very frank, says that the industry is extremely corrupt, no one is in charge, the industry lies all the time, the regulatory agencies are totally controlled by the money men, and there is NOTHING that can be done with the radioactive waste but ‘move it around’ – it is here forever – the contaminated soil, water, materials. This is what has been a shock to me, is to discover just what a reckless, wide-open game nuclear power is and has been all along. This is what has made me believe, as Katie above says, that we are doomed. Adam says: September 20, 2011 at 06:57 It was all nice knowing you all, sorry that some humans had to f*** everything up
  2. Military Donations: A visual aid. Scott Barber If a picture is worth a thousand words, then what does this picture say to you?
  3. Lloyd's insurer sues Saudi Arabia for 'funding 9/11 attacks' By Cahal Milmo, Chief Reporter A Lloyd's insurance syndicate has begun a landmark legal case against Saudi Arabia, accusing the kingdom of indirectly funding al-Qa'ida and demanding the repayment of £136m it paid out to victims of the 9/11 attacks. The Brighton-based Lloyd's 3500 syndicate, which paid $215m compensation to companies and individuals involved, alleges that the oil-rich Middle Eastern superpower bears primary responsibility for the atrocity because al-Qa'ida was supported by banks and charities acting as "agents and alter egos" for the Saudi state. The detailed case, which names a number of prominent Saudi charities and banks as well as a leading member of the al-Saud royal family, will cause embarrassment to the Saudi government, which has long denied claims that Osama bin Laden's organisation received official financial and practical support from his native country. Outlined in a 156-page document filed in western Pennsylvania, where United Airlines flight 93 crashed on 9/11, the claim suggests that the nine defendants "knowingly" provided resources, including funding, to al-Qa'ida in the years before the attack and encouraged anti-Western sentiment which increased support for the terror group. The legal claim states: "Absent the sponsorship of al-Qa'ida's material sponsors and supporters, including the defendants named therein, al-Qa'ida would not have possessed the capacity to conceive, plan and execute the 11 September attacks. The success of al-Qa'ida's agenda, including the 11 September attacks themselves, has been made possible by the lavish sponsorship al-Qa'ida has received from its material sponsors and supporters over more than a decade leading up to 11 September 2001." The Lloyd's syndicate is known as a "run-off", meaning that it does not accept new premiums on the Lloyd's of London insurance market and instead deals with historic claims. In the wake of the 9/11 attacks, its members settled a raft of multimillion-pound claims from affected businesses, including airlines, airports and security companies, as well as injured individuals and relatives of those killed. Its complaint, which quotes heavily from US diplomatic cables released by WikiLeaks detailing investigations by the US authorities into al-Qa'ida, attempts to establish funding links between some Saudi charities, and the terror group, and implicate the Saudi government in that funding through its support of the charities. The case singles out the activities of a charity, the Saudi Joint Relief Committee for Kosovo and Chechnya (SJRC), which was alleged by UN officials to have been used as a cover by several al-Qa'ida operatives, including two men who acted as directors of the charity. It is alleged that at the time the SJRC was under the control of Prince Naif bin Abdul Aziz al-Saud, half-brother of King Abdullah and the long-standing Saudi Interior minister. The claim states: "Between 1998 and 2000, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, through the SJRC, diverted more than $74m to al-Qa'ida members and loyalists affiliated with SJRC bureaus. Throughout this time, the Committee was under the supervision and control of Saudi Interior Minister Prince Naif bin Abdul Aziz." The Saudi embassies in London and Washington did not respond to requests from The Independent for a response to the allegations in the claim. The 9/11 Commission, America's official report on the attacks, found that there was no evidence that the Saudi government or senior Saudi officials individually funded al-Qa'ida. Diplomatic cables obtained by WikiLeaks showed that American officials remained concerned that the Saudi authorities were not doing enough to stop money being passed to the terror group by Saudi citizens. LINK :
  4. Libya: Gaddafi forces claim to have captured British 'mercenaries' A spokesman for Muammar Gaddafi has claimed that 17 "mercenaries", including what he called French and British "technical experts" had been captured in the Gaddafi bastion of Bani Walid in Libya. "A group was captured in Bani Walid consisting of 17 mercenaries. They are technical experts and they include consultative officers," Moussa Ibrahim told Syrian-based Arrai TV. "Most of them are French, one of them is from an Asian country that has not been identified, two English people and one Qatari," he added. He said the 17 would be shown on television at a later time, but did not give more details. It was not immediately possible to verify the claims. The French foreign ministry said it had no information regarding the report. NATO, French and British officials had on Saturday denied a report by Arrai TV that some NATO troops had been captured by Gaddafi loyalists. Western special forces are known to have been in Libya and to have liaised with anti-Gaddafi officials during the conflict. Private security firms have also been helping anti-Gaddafi forces, according to Western media reports. Meanwhile, interim government forces have fled in chaos from the town of Bani Walid and pulled back from Sirte after yet more failed attempts to storm Gaddafi's final bastions and take control of the entire country. Since taking Tripoli last month, National Transitional Council (NTC) fighters have tried several times to storm Bani Walid, 150 km (90 miles) southeast of the capital, only to retreat under heavy fire and in disorder. NTC fighters said they had planned for tanks and pickup trucks with anti-aircraft guns and rocket launchers to lead Sunday's attack, but foot soldiers had piled in first. "There is a lack of organisation so far. Infantry men are running in all directions," said Zakaria Tuham, a senior fighter with a Tripoli-based unit. LINK :
  5. Central Banks Net Buyers of Gold for First Time in 20 Years by Jack Farchy European central banks have become net buyers of gold for the first time in more than two decades, the latest sign of how the turbulence in the currency and debt markets has revolutionized the bullion market. The purchases are minuscule compared with the size of the global gold market, but highlight a remarkable turnaround from a wave of heavy selling by European central banks. The role of central banks in the gold market will be a central topic of debate at the annual London Bullion Market Association conference, the largest gathering of the gold industry, in Montreal this week. The switch from large selling to buying has helped propel the gold price more than 25 percent higher so far this year, hitting a nominal record of $1,920 a troy ounce this month. The shift in Europe comes as central banks in emerging markets are also loading up on gold. Mexico, Russia, South Korea and Thailand have all made large purchases this year, in a move to reduce their exposure to the dollar. Globally, central banks are set to buy more gold this year than at any time since the collapse of the Bretton Woods system 40 years ago – the last time the value of the dollar was linked to gold. “We’re going back to a time when gold is seen very much as money,” Jonathan Spall, director of precious metals sales at Barclays Capital, told in a video interview. “It has been a complete reversal of the attitudes we saw during the 1990s.” European central banks have added about 25,000 ounces, or 0.8 tonnes, of gold to their reserves in the year to date, according to data from the European Central Bank and the International Monetary Fund. LINK :
  6. One thing to ponder, it is the CBI which is not part of Iraq, who prints the money like the Federal Reserve in the US. The Fed just put out 16 Trillion US dollars for bailouts in 2008 so when people say the US only has X amount of dollars in circulation it is not accurate at all, due to the electronic banking being used.. This how these Central Banks get the countries into a debt they can never repay. So this would be tough to figure out.
  7. Congressman Ron Paul Wins 2011 California Straw Poll LOS ANGELES – Minutes ago in front of the California Republican Party convention delegation at the JW Marriott at L.A. Live, CRP Chairman Tom Del Beccaro announced Congressman Ron Paul as the winner of the 2011 California Straw Poll. A full breakdown of the results is copied below. A total of 833 ballots were cast during the 2011 Straw Poll which included a write-in opportunity for the first time. The 2011 California Straw Poll was held on Saturday, September 17th between 9:00AM – 5:00PM, where CRP members, associate members, and registered guests were allowed to choose their favorite from among the 11 official Republican presidential candidates. 2011 Straw Poll Full Results (Votes, %) Congressman Ron Paul (374, 44.9%) Governor Rick Perry (244, 29.3%)? Mitt Romney (74, 8.8%) Congresswoman Michele Bachmann (64, 7.7%) Jon Huntsman (17, 2.0%) Herman Cain (15, 1.8%) Newt Gingrich (14, 1.7%) Thad McCotter (7, 0.8%) Rick Santorum (7, 0.8%) Gary Johnson (2, 0.2%) Fred Karger (1, 0.1%) Write-ins (15, 1.8%) LINK :
  8. No, he hasn't heard of much as he is still asleep to reality. But maybe he can still wake up if he keeps looking into reality instead of watching TV.
  9. I can say I was one who believed all the crap the media put out about MJ, and never being a fan of his just thought he was what they portrayed him to be, but knowing now what the media is all about and knowing who controls all media and what their agenda is, he was bang on and awake before many.
  10. Like Gerald Celente says...once people loose everything, and they have nothing left to loose..........they loose it !
  11. My take on everything we have been seeing released in these repetitive articles is that we know they will bring out a whole new currency, that was decided long ago to please the Kurdish people which has their language included on the future new notes. But they have said it will take about 6 months to accomplish this and that they will both co-exist with each other, new and old notes for a time. So IMO they want to please the Iraqi citizens and not cause any confusion with this procedure and also they want them to give up using the US dollar. Why not bring out the older lower denominations that were printed already and RV the currency at 1:1 to build the confidence in the Dinar for the people. Now I am aware of the amount of Dinar that has been in circulation but I am going on the hype that they have been slowly bringing in a large number of the large denominations to bring down the total to something that is possible to cover. This could be where the Central Bank comes into play, and they can loan Iraq enough to cover the rest which will in turn put them in debt to them forever..kind of like what the Fed does, and it works. Now I believe that most of the large denominations will have been cashed in by the time they want to RD the currency so they remaining old notes, which would be the smaller ones...1000 and less could now co-exist with the new currency as they are drawn out of circulation for good. When they do RD the currency I can see them doing another RV or maybe an RI if they can, to bring the Dinar up nearer to the Kuwait dinar. and then it will be closer to the strongest ME currency which they have stated they want. What are the chance of this happening....I'm not sure but I can say I used to be about 80/20 (RV/RD) but I am moving closer to 50/50 chance lately as time passes by, and I can see them just RV'ing our notes to a smaller amount like 10 cents with a time limit to cash in out of country to draw them all in cheaper. Bottom line is I only invested this spring and only invested an amount I can say I threw away on a gamble if I lose it all, but really the knowledge gained on currency trading and even on Iraq and the middle east has been well worth the money if you ask me. I do think we will at least see small return, maybe triple and whatever I get in return I will look to invest it back into one or two companies inside Iraq, like Oil or Communications and move on from there. I just hope many invested aren't banking on it to change their lives because that can lead to some serious letdowns or even worse. If somehow it does come out to a huge profit for all then I can't see the harm in that, people could use a pick-me up with all that is going on around us now. I know you probably disagree and that is ok, I know what your thoughts are on the Dinar and if everyone agreed on everything the world would be too boring. Let's just hope this can bring out some hope and help those who could really use it, if I make a ton off it I will be making family and friends happy I invested. Peace for now...I hope that made some sense.
  12. You are sorry, that is a fact. Don't come back until you have matured and done your homework. It gets tiresome debunking someone so easily. Never done pills, but I will give you a hint, that water you drink has the same main ingredient as Prozac. Yes, Sodium Fluoride. Your last post you claimed was 5 posts ago. Adios.
  13. Well explained Chape. And I was going to respond to that previous post that the 9/11 people murdered were not only American but from about 80 different countries including Canada. And to reference that Palestinian woman, why not mention the 5 dancing Israeli agents who were sent there to film the event while they high 5'ed each other and celebrated each plane hitting the towers. I don't think Bush or Cheney represent Americans as a people, and they don't deserve to. Peace.
  14. Speaking of delusional (your adjective) where do you see me calling anyone anything? I didn't do the poll so go sue CBS and see where it gets you since you know all the facts, why aren't you out there schooling everyone who isn't sure where Barry was born, after all you're the only one calling them delusional. Bottom line is I don't care if he is from Niburu, he hasn't accomplished one thing that he promised.
  15. I don't have any idea where he was born because I don't hold any proof, but to call 25% of Americans delusional takes some gonads. Common sense would make one think why not just put it to rest and debunk everyone by showing what they are asking for, which he hasn't or there wouldn't be all this disbelief among the citizens. But there is still some freedom left and I would think they have a right to voice their opinion. A quarter of all Americans incorrectly think President Obama was not born in the United States, according to a new CBS News/ New York Times poll. Among all Republicans, 45 percent believe he was born in another country, as do 45 percent of Tea Party supporters, the poll shows. There is zero chance he will be in for another 4 years...
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