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Motion To Rule Out Invading Iran Defeated By UK Lawmakers

Failing to learn lessons from the Iraq war, British lawmakers overwhelmingly defeat a motion that would rule out invading Iran by a vote of 285 to 6. Earlier today CASMII


Latest Fukushima Japan Nuclear Disaster Radiation News Headlines For April 29th

Radiation News 4-29-11 April 29th, 2011 (Higgins) – Latest Tepco Data Shows Ongoing Nuclear Meltdown At Fukushima Reactor 2 In Japan (Nikkei) – Japan Nuclear Operator Postpones Plan To Flood


4 US Israel Ops Killed In Iran Shootout

4 men conducting covert operations on behalf of the Unites States and Israel have been killed in a shootout with Iran security forces. Iranian media reports that one of their


Simulation Shows High Levels of Radiation Hitting the West in May

  The Norwegian Institute for Air Research (Nilo) ran models and forecasts of the radioactive fallout from the Japanese nuclear accident for some time. Nilo has stopped providing such forecasts


ALERT: Emergency Levels Of Japan Nuclear Radiation Found In Forecasts Censored From Public

The Intel Hub By Alexander Higgins – Contributing Writer Originally Published on May 12th,2 011 Related: Secret Map Shows Massive Radiation Cloud Heading Toward U.S And Canada Contrary to previous


THREE Nuclear Containment Vessels Leaking in Japan … But U.S. Law Is Based on Assumption that It Is Impossible for Containment Vessels to Leak

It is newsworthy that the operator of Japan’s stricken nuclear plants is finally admitting that Fukushima reactor number 1 has melted down. But nuclear expert Arnie Gundersen says that the


Fukushima – The Great Deception

The Intel Hub Caribbean Critic Originally Published on May 20, 2011 The initial stories coming out of Japan followed the historical pattern of pronouncements surrounding the Nuclear industries calamities; from Caulderhall


Eye Opener: The Hypocrisy Of US Outrage Over The China / Russia UN Syria Veto

The US outrage over the Syria veto at the UN is rife with hypocrisy – The US has used veto power 83 times primarily to block resolutions against the US


The Push for a Single Unified North American Regulatory Regime

The Intel Hub By Dana Gabriel May 18th, 2011 It was surprising that bilateral relations with the U.S. did not play a more prominent role during the recent Canadian election


Two Nuclear Reactors Were Damaged by the Earthquake, BEFORE the Tsunami Hit … and the Entire Nuclear Reactor Design Is Flawed

Bloomberg reported last week: A radiation alarm went off at Tokyo Electric Power Co.’s Fukushima nuclear power plant before the tsunami hit on March 11, suggesting that contrary to earlier