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Is NATO collapsing because of Libyan attack?

German Military Forces Out of NATO MailOnline March 23, 2011 Deep divisions between allied forces currently bombing Libya worsened today as the German military announced it was pulling forces out of NATO over continued disagreement on who will lead the campaign. A German military spokesman said it was recalling two frigates and AWACS surveillance plane crews from the Mediterranean, after fears they would be drawn into the conflict if ...Read full article...

BP Disaster Oil still washing on shore

WSJ The oil that has washed onto nearby beaches in recent days is Louisiana sweet crude, which rules out refineries or tankers carrying foreign oil as culprits but leaves the spill’s precise origins very much a mystery, U.S. officials said Tuesday. “This is definitely crude from the Gulf of Mexico,” said Capt. Jonathan Burton, who is based here and heads the U.S. Coast Guard’s response to the spill. The ...Read full article...

Russia didn’t veto attack on Libya and now wants cease-fire

NationalJournal.com March 22, 2011 In a stinging rebuke of U.S. policy in Libya, the Russian defense minister accused the U.S.-led coalition of killing Libyan civilians through errant air strikes and called for an immediate cease-fire on Tuesday. The comments drew a quick rebuke from visiting Defense Secretary Robert Gates, who said the Russian criticism was based on “outright lies.” Speaking to reporters following an hourlong meeting with Gates, Russian ...Read full article...

U.S. Supreme Court: Bailout Records Must Be Released

Reuters March 21, 2011 The Supreme Court let stand a ruling that the U.S. Federal Reserve must disclose details about its emergency lending programs to banks during the financial crisis in 2008. A group representing major commercial banks had asked the high court to reverse a ruling by a federal appeals court that required disclosure of the lending records. The justices rejected the banks’ appeals. The Obama administration said ...Read full article...

U.S. State Department will Fund BBC

Six-figure ‘investment’ will be used to combat censorship of TV and internet services, ‘educate’ Chinese and Iranians. Guardian March 20, 2011 The BBC World Service is to receive a “significant” sum of money from the US government to help combat the blocking of TV and internet services in countries including Iran and China. In what the BBC said is the first deal of its kind, an agreement is expected ...Read full article...

Obama Clearly Not Welcomed in Brazil

By Luis R. Miranda Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil March 19, 2011 People in Brazil have made it clear that U.S. president is not welcomed here.  Proof of such a sentiment is the absurd ring of security created around Obama’s visit to Rio de Janeiro and Brasilia.  Besides the usual number of secret service agents and other security arrangements that any American president enjoys when traveling abroad, the Brazilian ...Read full article...

Japanese admit radiation is strong enough to kill people

Officials admit they may have to bury reactors under concrete – as happened at Chernobyl. Government says it was overwhelmed by the scale of twin disasters. By David Derbyshire Mail Online March 19, 2011 The boss of the company behind the devastated Japanese nuclear reactor today broke down in tears – as his country finally acknowledged the radiation spewing from the over-heating reactors and fuel rods was enough to ...Read full article...

Nuclear Lies: Japanese History of Fake Reports

By Jason Clenfield Bloomberg March 18, 2011 The unfolding disaster at the Fukushima nuclear plant follows decades of falsified safety reports, fatal accidents and underestimated earthquake risk in Japan’s atomic power industry. The destruction caused by last week’s 9.0 earthquake and tsunami comes less than four years after a 6.8 quake shut the world’s biggest atomic plant, also run by Tokyo Electric Power Co. In 2002 and 2007, revelations ...Read full article...

U.N. okays military action on Libya

Military action could come within hours Reuters The United Nations authorised military action to curb Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi on Thursday, hours after he threatened to storm the rebel bastion of Benghazi overnight, showing “no mercy, no pity.” “We will come, zenga, zenga. House by house, room by room,” he said in a radio address to the eastern city. Al Jazeera television showed thousands of Benghazi residents in a ...Read full article...

U.S. military begins evacuations of families in Japan

Examiner March 17, 2011 As officials struggle to contain leaking radiation from the damaged Fukushima nuclear power plant in Japan, the US military has begun to evacuate families from the disaster-stricken island. Efforts to cool the reactors have seen little success since last Friday’s earthquake and tsunami and concerns are growing of a nuclear disaster in the offing. The Department of Defense announced this morning that the State Department ...Read full article...

Protocol for Nuclear Contamination: Iodine, Glutathione, Chelation, Clay, Baking Soda

By Mark Sircus, AC, OMD March 17, 2011 The protocol: Iodine – Glutathione – Natural Chelation – Clay – Baking Soda. On Sunday, when I first released this protocol I said that it is too early to call everyone in North America to prepare for a radiation cloud streaming down radioactive particles from the accident in Japan. According to the media and government, America is not at risk due ...Read full article...

Japanese radiation to hit U.S. Southwest on Friday

The plume is heading into Southern California and the American Southwest, including Nevada, Utah and Arizona NYT March 17, 2011 A United Nations forecast of the possible movement of the radioactive plume coming from crippled Japanese reactors shows it churning across the Pacific, and touching the Aleutian Islands on Thursday before hitting Southern California late Friday. Health and nuclear experts emphasize that radiation in the plume will be diluted ...Read full article...

Radioactive snow in Japan?

Emergency workers are taken out of the power plants as high radiation levels stop cooling efforts Reuters Japan‘s nuclear crisis appeared to be spinning out of control on Wednesday after workers withdrew briefly from a stricken power plant because of surging radiation levels and a helicopter failed to drop water on the most troubled reactor. In a sign of desperation, the police will try to cool spent nuclear fuel ...Read full article...

Japan prepares to restart work at nuclear plant

AP March 16, 2011 Japan ordered emergency workers to withdraw from its stricken nuclear complex Wednesday amid a surge in radiation, temporarily suspending efforts to cool the overheating reactors. Hours later, officials said they were preparing to send the team back in. Chief Cabinet Secretary Yukio Edano said the workers, who had been dousing the reactors with seawater in a frantic effort to stabilize their temperatures, had no choice ...Read full article...

National Health Insurance: A Socialist Nightmare

By Russell L. Blaylock, M.D. One characteristic of the collectivists is that when a particular term becomes unpopular, such as the word socialism, they create a succession of more socially friendly terms. For example, in the 1800s they did not shy away from the term socialism, but as people began to understand that socialism was a form of social control and engineering, they dropped the term for more acceptable ...Read full article...
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