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1,600 Nuke Workers projected over Radiation Limit at Fukushima

By John Galt July 27, 2011 Uh, care to wager on if the Japanese people permit any more nuclear power plants to be built on their homeland? This story is disturbing because if such an accident were to occur in the United States you can count on the Department of Energy and whatever power company was involved, especially if it were a G.E. constructed facility, to cover up the exposure in a blind heartbeat. In fact you could count on not just the exposure to workers to be masked as much…


What does Taiwan know about EMP our Nation is Ignoring?

By John Galt July 26, 2011 As I was scanning the overnight news feeds, a story popped up in the July 27th edition of the Taipei Times which caused me to take pause as I read it: EMP defense necessary, legislators say WHY WAIT?DPP Legislator Tsai Huang-liang and KMT Legislator Lin Yu-fang said budget concerns should not hinder efforts to protect the MND’s new headquarters By Vincent Y. Chao  /  Staff Reporter The lack of protection against electromagnetic pulse (EMP) weapons at the Ministry of National Defense’s (MND) new headquarters is…


Piracy off West Africa Now: Italian Oil tanker seized off coast of Benin

By John Galt July 24, 2011 The news flow has been rightfully focused on the growing U.S. debt ceiling crisis but meanwhile the ocean rats known as pirates continue their plunder. Reuters just published a story recently about an Italian oil tanker with 23 crew members being seized off the coast of Benin in West Africa. The world’s powers have refused to address this issue off of the Horn of Africa beyond concrete steps like those taken by China and Russia, namely termination of all pirates when possible, and the end…


Violence Continues in Northern Ireland

By John Galt July 23, 2011 Look for this to expand as the British economy deteriorates further with some estimates showing 3-5% increases in unemployment on the Isles themselves thus a far worse situation in Northern Ireland. From the Belfast Telegraph these two stories in the Sunday Morning print edition: Bomb found near Glentoran’s stadium By Catherine Lynagh Saturday, 23 July 2011  A suspicious object found close to The Oval football ground in east Belfast was an incendiary bomb, police have confirmed. Several homes were evacuated for much of the day…


And another Iranian Nuke Scientist Assumes Room Temprature

By John Galt July 23, 2011 And one of the most dangerous jobs in the world claims another physicist. That’s right, besides being the Mullah flipping the bird at an incoming Hellfire dropped by a Predator, the next most dangerous employment position is working for the Iranian nuclear program and apparently this clown had a suicide wish by staying on the job. From Reuters: Iranian nuclear scientist killed in Tehran: report TEHRAN | Sat Jul 23, 2011 12:03pm EDT (Reuters) – An Iranian physicist was shot dead by a motorcyclist in…


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