Pentagon’s new “laws of war” legalise killing of inconvenient journalists

Originally posted on nuclear-news:
Pentagon Legalizes Killing Journalists As ‘Law Of War’ http://www.mintpressnews.com/pentagon-legalizes-killing-journalists-as-law-of-war/206990/?utm_content=buffer5e853&utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook.com&utm_campaign=buffer The new “laws of war” were released as part of a book of instructions on legitimate warfare practices approved by the United States military. By M. David for Counter Current News and Jackson Marciana for Counter Current News | June 25, 2015 The Pentagon just changed the rules of war to include legitimizing the killing of any journalists they deem “belligerent.” The new “laws of war” were released as part of a book of instructions on legitimate warfare practices approved by the United States military.This “rule book” of sorts details what… Continue reading Pentagon’s new “laws of war” legalise killing of inconvenient journalists

WHAT IF THE POLICE AND PUBLIC UNITED?

Originally posted on THE BAFFLED BOOTLEGGER:
This blog is more me thinking aloud. I am writing this blog for the public. For the people wanting to rise up and make a stand against the UK Government. For the people who plan to attend one of the many anti-austerity marches this year. I am also writing this for the Police Officers who are tasked with Policing these marches. Police Officers who can relate to many of those marching having spent the last 5 years seeing their own pay, working conditions, pensions and living conditions being hacked away by the Tories. Police… Continue reading WHAT IF THE POLICE AND PUBLIC UNITED?

The global clean energy movement at risk of infiltration by the thorium nuclear cult

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Thorium Church: a trojan horse in the “green” movements. Here the Removal Tool. No Nukes,  By Massimo Greco June 2015   What are trojan horses? Trojan horses, otherwise known as trojans, are programs or applications that are inadvertently opened by the user, who expects the file to be something else..  by the same way “thorium supporters” are infecting forums, mailing list, debacts and environmental organizations. It’s a strategy that is working in progress from some year. In few years they infected large part of the web.  Like any malware, thorium’s priests are insinuated through any open space or open… Continue reading The global clean energy movement at risk of infiltration by the thorium nuclear cult

UK’s energy policy in a shambles as govt seeks China funding for new nuclear reactors

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Nuclear adviser attacks ‘perverse’ idea of Chinese building UK reactors Prof Dieter Helm also identifies security pitfalls as unions accuse government of sacrificing safety for free-market ideology over Hinkley Point C plant, Guardian,  Terry Macalister, 19 June 15, A leading energy academic and government adviser has called on ministers to take an equity stake in the planned new Hinkley Point C nuclear plant in Somerset, saying it would not make sense to prefer Chinese money. The comments from Dieter Helm, professor of energy policy at Oxford University, came as trade union leaders accused the government of letting political… Continue reading UK’s energy policy in a shambles as govt seeks China funding for new nuclear reactors

Japan – no idea what to do with its nuclear trash now stored in France

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? they should just stop making radioactive trash Japan faces dilemma over 16 tonnes of plutonium stored in France http://www.timeslive.co.za/world/2015/06/18/Japan-faces-dilemma-over-16-tonnes-of-plutonium-stored-in-France Reuters | 18 June, 2015  Still dealing with the huge clean up after the Fukushima crisis and debating its future use of atomic energy, Japan now faces another nuclear conundrum – what to do with 16 tonnes of its plutonium sitting in France after being reprocessed there. The question will be among the issues that come under the spotlight on Thursday and Friday as nuclear proliferation experts meet with legislators and government officials in Tokyo. With its reactor fleet… Continue reading Japan – no idea what to do with its nuclear trash now stored in France

Islington Park Street: co-operative living under threat

Originally posted on Islington Faces Blog:
Everyone has a story. In this guest post Caroline Russell (Green Party member, Highbuy East councillor and hopeful London Assembly & Mayoral candidate) visited four knocked-together houses in Islington Park Street that are home to a diverse group of 18 people living under a threat of eviction.  THIS POST IS REBLOGGED on Islington Faces Blog FROM HERE. Campaign photo from the two communities set up by Franciscan friar, Greg Moore, nearly 30 years ago which are under threat. Photo on the right top shows Islington Park Street, N1. The property in Islington Park Street… Continue reading Islington Park Street: co-operative living under threat

Vision For Local Area

I considered, what if my life is taken early or I end up incarcerated and I never got it written down my vision for the future of the local area where I life and the vision for a future of surviving a radioactive contaminated enviroment, for there is no reason to kid the populase of the planet further, Fukushima multiple nuclear power reactor explosions, meltdowns & melt throughs, that has for the past 4 years spewd radioactive contaminated water into the Pacific Ocean, now that the North West Coast of America is now showing the consequences of an ongoing meltdown, … Continue reading Vision For Local Area

Nuclear denial: From Hiroshima to Fukushima

Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists IT IS 5 MINUTES TO MIDNIGHT ® Feature Nuclear denial: From Hiroshima to Fukushima Charles Perrow Abstract Governments and the nuclear power industry have a strong interest in playing down the harmful effects of radiation from atomic weapons and nuclear power plants. Over the years, some scientists have supported the view that low levels of radiation are not harmful, while other scientists have held that all radiation is harmful. The author examines the radiation effects of  http://iis-db.stanford.edu/pubs/24415/Bulletin_of_the_Atomic_Scientists-2013-Perrow-56-67.pdf Continue reading Nuclear denial: From Hiroshima to Fukushima