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Putin heightens combat readiness in West and Center of Russia

Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered the Russian military today be alert in the west and center of the country and to verify their combat readiness, said Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu. “According to a provision of the president of Russia, today we have been put on alert,” Shoigu told a meeting of the Staff of the Ministry of Defence. Putin has ordered several of drills by surprise in various ...Read full article...

Is Ukraine the Bait for a New Cold War?

The prolonged political, social and economic crisis in Ukraine tests the nerves, diplomatic skills and the capacity for international leadership in the United States, the European Union and Russia. The political balance is up in the air while the most powerful players look for solutions before the destabilization of the country deepens even more. The U.S. European allies were angered by the outburst of the Secretary of State for ...Read full article...

The Sochi Olympic Games: Who is Behind the Caucasus Terrorists?

n the weeks leading up to the Sochi Winter Olympics, the Western Media has released a dribble of “trustworthy reports” examining “the likelihood” of a terrorist attack at the height of the Olympic games. In late January, the British government warned “that more terrorist attacks in Russia (following the Volgograd attack in December) are “very likely to occur before or during the Winter Olympics in Sochi”. (BBC, January 27, ...Read full article...

Iran and Russia refine nuclear program details

The foreign ministers of Russia, Sergey Lavrov, and Iran, Mohammad Javad Zarif, met today in Moscow to discuss Tehran ‘s nuclear program as well as the conflict in Syria. Zarif stated that parties must respect the agreements reached in Geneva and will not try to interpret them in their own way. “We have to move forward in resolving the situation based on these agreements,” said the Iranian minister, who ...Read full article...

Petrol Wars: Russia goes after Iran’s oil

Iran and Russia are negotiating an agreement that provides for the exchange of raw goods worth $1,500 million per month. The agreement would allow Iran to increase its oil exports despite Western sanctions that contributed to the signing of the preliminary agreement to halt its nuclear program. Sources close to the negotiations confirmed the the final details are under discussion. According to those details, Moscow would buy – despite ...Read full article...

America’s Imperial Agenda and “Pivot” to Asia

Major media editors support what demands condemnation. Wall Street Journal editors are worse than most. They endorse Washington’s imperial agenda. They believe might makes right. On January 2, they headlined ”Victory in Okinawa,” saying: “…Japanese authorities will allow the US military to relocate an air base on the strategically significant island of Okinawa.” “Think of it as a triumph of democratic realism in the face of renewed regional threats.” America’s presence ...Read full article...

Indian Ocean Tsunami: Why did the Information Not Get Out?

One of the most destructive and powerful earthquakes in recorded history, more than a quarter of a million recorded deaths, local economies destroyed, the lives of entire communities shattered, and no serious investigation into the flaws of the global seismic warning system is contemplated. According to Columbia University’s Earth Institute the M-9.0 Sumatra – Andaman Island earthquake on December 26th released energy, equivalent roughly to 700 million Hiroshima bombs. ...Read full article...

Japanese Organized Crime Involved in Recruitment of “Specialized Personnel”

What prevails is a well organized camouflage. The public health disaster in Japan, the contamination of water, agricultural land and the food chain, not to mention the broader economic and social implications, have neither been fully acknowledged nor addressed in a comprehensive and meaningful fashion by the Japanese authorities. The crisis in Japan has been described as “a nuclear war without a war”. In the words of renowned novelist ...Read full article...

Towards a Totalitarian State in South Korea?

President Park’s “National Security Law” hints American style oppressive society In September, Unified Progressive Party lawmaker Lee Seok-ki was indicted on charges of plotting an insurrection. His court battle started on Oct. 14 when he requested that his trial be dismissed in his first pretrial hearing. Lee’s arrest on sedition charges has had a significant impact on South Korean society, and it almost overtook the agenda for reform of ...Read full article...

Fukushima braces for strongest typhoon in 10 years

The collapsing Fukushima nuclear plant has begun preparations for the arrival of Typhoon Wipha. The storm is supposed to arrive at Fukushima tomorrow with sustained winds near 200 miles per hour in what is expected to be the largest storm to hit the east coast of Japan in a decade. “We are putting in place measures to prevent the effects of the typhoon such as covering the machinery and ...Read full article...

Fukushima air quality study confirms high levels of radiation

An unmanned aerial vehicle reports 19 microsieverts per hour. The Japan Atomic Energy Agency ( JAEA ) has completed the first detailed study of air pollution near the Fukushima nuclear plant and confirmed high levels of radiation, the Asahi newspaper reported. . The public body responsible for promoting research and nuclear energy, managed to make a measurement of the area closest to the center of Fukushima, in a radius ...Read full article...

Vladimir Putin Steps Into World Leadership Role

Putin’s article in the September 11 New York Times has the stuck pigs squealing. The squealing stuck pigs are just who you thought they would be–all those whose agendas and profits would be furthered by an attack on Syria by the obama Stasi regime. Included among the squealing stuck pigs are Human Rights Watch bloggers who seem to be financed out of the CIA’s back pocket. Does any institution ...Read full article...

Fukushima Radiation proven to have caused thyroid cancer on Japanese children

Medical tests conducted in the Fukushima Prefecture, located in the northeast of Japan revealed that 18 children have developed thyroid cancer as a consequence of the radiation emitted from the nuclear plant. After the explosion of the at the Fukushima Nuclear complex, uncountable amounts of radiation spread over the east coast of Japan, and later moved east towards the pacific coast of the United States. Regional authorities ordered to ...Read full article...

Fukushima: A Nuclear War without a War

The World is at a critical crossroads. The Fukushima disaster in Japan has brought to the forefront the dangers of Worldwide nuclear radiation. The crisis in Japan has been described as “a nuclear war without a war”. In the words of renowned novelist Haruki Murakami: “This time no one dropped a bomb on us … We set the stage, we committed the crime with our own hands, we are ...Read full article...

TEPCO confesses: Contaminated water exceeds retainment capacity

The underground radioactive water under the Japanese nuclear plant at Fukushima exceeds the amount that the container was designed to retain in the basement, says the operator of the plant. This is not news, because the leakage of water into the pacific ocean has been happening for a while now and neither TEPCO nor the Japanese government did anything significant to prevent it. About 300 tons of radioactive water ...Read full article...
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