Friday, April 1, 2011

Deadly Radiation more Widespread: Keith Harmon Snow and Michel Choussodovsky - Japan & Libya

This post is going to cover alot of ground- First Fukushima:

As Fukushima continues to spew radiation and the North American msm continues to cover it up for their corporate masters. Here is a bit of the latest news.

Dangerous radiation spreads 40 km from damaged nuke plant
A long-lasting radioactive element has been measured at levels that pose a long-term danger at one spot 40 kilometers from the crippled Fukushima Dai-ichi Nuclear Power Station, raising questions about whether Japan’s evacuation zone should be expanded and whether the land might need to be abandoned.

The isotope, cesium 137, was measured in one village by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) at a level exceeding the standard that the Soviet Union used as a gauge to recommend abandoning land surrounding the Chernobyl reactor.

I will repeat that.

The isotope, cesium 137 was measured at a level that EXCEEDED the standard the Soviet Union used as a gauge to recommend land abandonment around the Chernobyl reactor.

The same isotope was measured at another location at more than double the Soviet standard.

Cesium persists in the environment for centuries, losing half its strength every 30 years.

The measurements were made between March 18 and March 26

Which makes the measurements a week old! What are the measurements today?
Japan, experts noted, is far more densely settled than the Chernobyl region of Ukraine

More people, more deaths.

The IAEA, using a measure of radioactivity called the becquerel, found as much as 3.7 million becquerels per square meter; the standard used at Chernobyl was 1.48 million becquerels.

In other words, in the future, this area surrounding Fukushima will become a desolate radioactive wasteland.

What about the Sea?

Continuous leaking

The increases raise the possibility that contaminants from the plant are continuously leaking into the sea, Nishiyama said.

As for GE, the designer of the defective Mark 1, the company that despite billions in profits, paid no taxes- but got a rebate.

GE is the fourth largest company in the U.S. It had profits totaling $14.2 billion. Yet, despite this, it claimed a rebate of $3.2 billion dollars. What gives ?

They are unconcerned about liability. Really, why would they be? Governments the world over bend over for banks and corporations and stick the knife in the back of the people..... or cover up the radiation poisoning of the environment and the planet.

Onto: Keith Harmon Snow

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Keith Harmon Snow is an independent journalist, war correspondent, human rights investigator, photographer, lecturer, and three-time Project Censored award winner.

Fukushima and Libya are discussed (interview is 30 minutes in length)

Next in line is :- "Operation Libya: Insurrection and Military Intervention" with Michel Chossudovsky

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A US/NATO attempted coup d'etat in Libya; weaponry; media disinformation; who are the rebels; military attack part of long-range planning; real objective of the attack; oil; state of the economy in Libya; Egyptian and Libyan situations contrasted; Egyptian opposition leadership co-opted by foreign interests; the purpose of regime replacement.


  1. I do hope someone enjoyed the interviews?

  2. Hey wait a minute, part ! is a plagiarized article from the NYT with "I repeat" and colour added for emphasis. A few of the words were kinda, sorta changed around so it sort of looked like MC wrote it.

    Alternative media...may ass.

  3. Anonymous:
    I am really not sure what you are on about? Plagiarized by MC?

    There is no content in that entire post written by MC, nor is there anything even quoted by MC.

    I will assume you are referring to Michel Choussodovsky?
    Linked articles, if you would have bothered to check are from:

    then from:

    and then from

    there is no New York Times linked and the MC part is a link to an interview only

    So what is your point exactly?
    Because other then to make yourself look foolish, I am not seeing one?

  4. Oh and btw MC is speaking on Libya, not on Fukushima?

    Boy, you really weren't paying attention.