KPFA: Dr. Helen Caldicott threatened with death while in Japan for speaking about nuclear power — Students being charged with disturbing the peace for handing out flyers (AUDIO)

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KPFA Flashpoints, Mar. 10, 2014 (at 3:00 in):

Steve Zeltzer, reporting from Japan: We went to Osaka […] we were told there’s continuing repression. Activists here are being threatened, including Professor Shimoji who was arrested for handing out leaflets. The government is trying to suppress opposition to nuclear power by passing the secrecy law which just passed the parliament and also by intimidating antinuclear activists and saying they have to keep quiet. [...] We also learned from Dr. Helen Caldicott that she was threatened. She spoke at a meeting in Kyoto on the 8th and it was reported at the meeting that she had been threatened by right-wingers with death for speaking out about the dangers of nuclear power.

KPFA Flashpoints, Mar. 11, 2014 (at 3:15 in):

Zeltzer: There were also students there from different universities that are reporting that they’re being repressed. They’re being charged with disturbing the peace for handing out flyers against the burning nuclear rubble and against nuclear power plants.

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301 comments to KPFA: Dr. Helen Caldicott threatened with death while in Japan for speaking about nuclear power — Students being charged with disturbing the peace for handing out flyers (AUDIO)

  • timemachine2020 timemachine2020

    Warning to anyone in JAPAN that dares to harm a single hair on Dr. Caldicotts head. I will personally travel to the depths of hell to find you and feed you your genitals and then throw you into the Mount Fuji Volcano.


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  • Nick

    The Japanese are fools to be incinerating radioactive waste.

    Dumb.

    Stupid.

    Morons.

    I know that the island has a history of incinerating, but come on, this is not okay.

    (I don't want to sound like I am anti-Japan…just that I am pissed)


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  • Nick

    The Secrecy Act.

    The Patriot Act.

    Are we really that different?

    Anti-nukes the world over are NSA targets.

    You betcha.


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  • American Phoenix57

    First they ignore you,
    then they laugh at you,
    then they fight you, (we are here)
    then you win.

    Mahatma Gandhi


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  • ftlt

    Same here for folks that speak out about anything.

    The fascist are on the march globally = fact.

    The Libertarians are with them.


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    • AFTERSHOCK AFTERSHOCK

      libertarians, ftlt, are far from supporting the globalist agenda. Now, had you mentioned Liberals and Neo-Conservatives, you get no argument from me…


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      • We Not They Finally

        Hey guys, you've got to scratch some of that off these days. Like liberals who genuinely believe in the public good, barely have any place to go these days. And libertarians (though I really cannot find their self-interest "patriotic") have, many of them, been surprisingly GOOD about looking into Fukushima. I just get upset when they start teaming up with neo-Nazis, or think that private gun arsenals are what "freedom" is all about.

        But that all said, we need to build HUMANE coalitions wherever we can find them. Stick with anti-nuclear. We seem to have few enough people to coalesce with to begin with. To our public shame.


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        • This is not about politics, or which political group is to blame.

          The deeper problem is the corporate take over of politics.

          The solution is voting only for candidates that take no corporate money.

          Further than that, it is also about looking inside and fostering a consciousness of peace, oneness, love and harmony..

          After all, the whole nuclear industry is built on war, violence, fear and separation, plus ego. There is nothing spiritual about nuclear anything.


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      • ftlt

        After: American Libertarians are revisionist reactionaries that support "private property" above all else – it is their "Political God". Their movement is tied to the far right and racist thought – that cannot be denied. Don't believe all their rhetoric, you read – it does not add up. Look at where they live politically; who they bond with and what they combine to vote on in terms of priorities. It is not pretty.

        They are not a viable part of the environmental movement.


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        • clamshellernh clamshellernh

          I agree with you
          I could not have said it better
          They also can be used as a tool for further harm


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        • Bones Bones

          If you understood what is meant by the private property thing you are talking about, as a Libertarian the point is that Japan is destroying our private property. That is how it works. If one pollutes a river upstream, they are destroying private property downstream. Please, continue to be ignorant and continue to vote the parties into power that are doing exactly what you don't want. lol Amazing…


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        • AFTERSHOCK AFTERSHOCK

          when one abandons the precepts of self-determinism (central thesis to Libertarian philosophy), we are only left with the edicts of those who'd pretend interest in the welfare of the people. The National Socialists were only too happy to meld racist ideology with their goals of centralized control. They were not Libertarians. The newly formed Federalist (under Andrew Jackson) expanded their racist expropriation of Indian lands. They were not Libertarians. Prior to the arrival of Europeans to the Americas, those same Indians fought incessant – bloody wars – over their claims of regional lands. They were not Libertarians. Ask any Palestinian or Zionist how important land is to the survival of their people. As far as I know, they're not sporting Libertarian ideas of self-determinism.

          One must inquire into the welfare of those who've been prevented from having property rights, to realize the grinding – endless – poverty for having been kept so repressed. Fact is, the NWO is big on removing property rights from the commoner, whilst expanding control over those very same resources!

          I have no confusion to who's been, and continues to be, the cause of so much suffering in our world. It's surely not the individual who dreams of self-sufficiency. I celebrate those who work the soil of their own land, produce their own renewable energy and laugh at those who think Big Brother has any of their interests at heart…


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          • Nice, built the greenhouse yesterday, setting up PV panels today….


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            • AFTERSHOCK AFTERSHOCK

              which is my point, stock. Nature has always imposed self-determinism on all life forms. We can look out for each other, but such concern for others must never be imposed upon us.

              Had to abandon my pedal-power project. It was a bummer having to do so. Turns-out, tests of the generator I was using required far to much torque (pedaling power) on the the rider. I lost some money on the prerequisite components and a lot of time on the CAD modeling of what would be required for the completion of the final design. I'll be moving on to 'specing the PV power source, now. In the interim, I'm thinking of incorporating a low wattage (<1K) LP powered generator, into the mix. Far more safe than managing gasoline and far less polluting.

              Stay in the light bro…


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              • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

                180 watts minus efficiency from pedal power, but would make an athlete. Eating bananas is required to keep the energy up. A couple of meters of solar is the same and without the banana expense and dreaded radiation danger, plus it generates all day. Correa at aetherometry demonstrated a 24 hour sterling engine from a Reich orgone accumulator. In reality just another solar engine.


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                • AFTERSHOCK AFTERSHOCK

                  Looked into the Sterling engines, Code, and couldn't find any off-the-shelf solutions. I'm open to adding such approaches to the mix. I only need the means to reliably trickle-charge a 12V system, each day. My needs are humble…


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                  • Sterling engines are neat for a number of reasons:
                    - they only need a difference in temperature to run
                    - their design is extremely scalale from tiny to pretty large
                    I imagine with a sufficiently extensive market research you should be able to find a device for pretty much any application ?


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          • No indigenous tribe or nation is perfect. But they existed for tens of thousands of years, without destroying anything, without creating nuclear waste, without creating polluted water, air, ground and oceans.

            Maybe we can learn something from them, and their focus on seven future generations?

            American Indians Have Inhabited The US Continent For 40,000 Years In A Sustainable Fashion, Why Can't Our Modern 'Civilization' Do That?; via @AGreenRoad
            http://agreenroad.blogspot.com/2014/01/american-indians-have-inhabited-us.html


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            • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

              Pretty sure those days are long gone now since gambling/casinos and all the shiny trinkets received from such efforts were introduced to these once poor/concerned/earthen people.. :(

              Yes they should be part of the/if not the solution, but they are too busy buying cars and toys these days.. :(


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              • AFTERSHOCK AFTERSHOCK

                self aggrandizement, obewanspeaks, has always been a part of the human psyche. Difference today is, the baubles and beads are simply bigger. I still have faith in Indian peoples, and would defer without moment's hesitation to their innate judgement to what needs doing…


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                • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

                  Yes, if you can get any of their attention that would be the wise thing to do.


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                • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

                  Reservation life is what is.
                  Some built up from 'that one lone cow'.
                  Some managed to remain on their own land others not..
                  Some places ..oil was found.. same now have taken up gambling casinos.

                  Some are filled with nuclear waste.

                  How many times has 'civilization' offered false hope .. and opportunity to buy toys for the children …with dead end and dangerous jobs.

                  The Native American population ..is no different Any race/culture that can be swayed ..by the fruits of 'civilization'.

                  But I will say this..
                  Many indigenous people..still and will always cling to the traditional notions of their relationship with this world.

                  Our Earth is our mother.
                  Don't believe it.
                  Get a new mom.


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                  • AFTERSHOCK AFTERSHOCK

                    all of us, Heart, have inherited a history that's become a part of our collective behavior. It was either through force or personal gain that we've become compromised. I'll not fault anyone for their past foibles, but rather hold them accountable for refusing the correct path. That applies to nukers and pot-heads too. We've no other choice. Nature will allow for no more excuses. This applies to those on high, as well as the rest of us. To use the vernacular of the street, "The jig is up!" We're now totally fucked.

                    If my brothers and sisters of the Indian peoples are willing to lay down the rules and declare a new path, I'm totally open to their words. They've only to go on record to what they feel needs doing, and I'm there. (I'd ask that people refrain from pointing me to prior statements. I've read and acknowledge their wisdom.) I'm now asking that a council be formed to address our current situation. I'd ask that the results of that council's conclusions be submitted for consideration by the peoples of the world. I'm not interested in further consideration of Left/Right philosophies, as they only facilitate exploitation. I want to know what my brothers and sisters of the Indian nations feel is our best strategy. It may take time and it's likely to result in much contention with my own personal take on things; yet, I sense that this long silent group of humanity is ready to talk…


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            • AFTERSHOCK AFTERSHOCK

              agreed Goodheart. Had we the sense to listen, we could've learned so-much-more from them. Early Europeans had benefited greatly, both politically (our very constitution was essentially sourced from the American Indians) and ecologically (early on, Europeans learned many survival techniques), from American Indians. Unfortunately for American Indians and the European commoners, intervention by banking interests began to 'color' the policies towards Indians. The European commoner was ultimately as much a victim as their brother Indians. Difference is, as it is today, when one is floundering in a sea of poverty, they're apt to ignore the fact that someone else is being used as a flotation device…


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  • m a x l i

    Maybe those students should produce and hand out flyers, where they deliver irrefutable facts about nuclear power plants (for instance information about fission products and their effects on biological entities) and refrain from directly stating if they are 'for' or 'against'.

    Other strategy: They could, when handing out their anti-nuclear flyers, make a second group of students standing there nearby – outwardly appearing to hand out PRO-nuclear flyers (flyers which should be recognised as a satire by anyone with half a brain reading it carefully) in order to see if those bogus pro-nuclear students get arrested for disturbing the peace, too.


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    • We Not They Finally

      Creative. But it was probably a huge effort just to get the students out there at all, with the repressive new laws.

      It's just gets galling beyond tolerability when you think that some simple peaceful leaflet is the only recourse to say, don't just kill us off with no one even knowing how or why. It's hardly just politics — it's their very lives. The people stopping even this are monsters.


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    • wildandfree wildandfree

      IMHO, and based on my experience, when that kind of detail that Maxli suggests and as such the detail that is really needed to provide an understanding beyond the perception of a rant, most people "glaze over" unable to concentrate on a technical subject at any length. I get turned off when I even approach the details needed, while also "turned off" because of an oncoming rant, in their anticipated rant alert system. I have yet to find a balance although I sometimes consider comic books an alternative where everyone dies in the story (but that hard on the next issue, but so is reality). We just have to keep trying I think.


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  • enoughalready45 enoughalready45

    There are to many of us now, killing one will just make that person a martyr and make us even more outraged.

    The global nuclear cartel doesn't wants to draw attention to themselves they just want to remain un-noticed.

    Everyone needs to stop thinking this is just a Japanese gov't. problem. It's a global nuclear governments problem. How do we solve it talk, talk, talk bring their dirty secrets into the light of day.


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  • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

    WE are all in serious trouble and the planet's extermination plan must be a very ancient one. :(

    No wonder none of our infrastructure is being hardened/protected or even upgraded or invested in.

    One these Solar Flares will take it all down and all the Nuclear Power Plants with it and bam then it's over as they all melt down spewing Radiation Contamination across the globe. :(
    http://news.msn.com/science-technology/scientists-say-destructive-solar-blasts-narrowly-missed-earth-in-2012-1

    Party on! :)


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    • chevvvy chev

      Sun machine is comin down
      And were gonna have a party………..

      David Bowie 1969?


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    • mairs mairs

      I think also that our infrastructure is not being invested in because the fascists don't want public money spent on the public. They want to funnel it to the wealthy, through wars that enrich the defense industry and further the aims of the fossil fuel industries. That's why fascists push for tar sands pipelines but won't spend anything on ordinary infrastructure that would help everyone. They are the cuckoo bird egg being laid in another bird's nest, and the hatched cuckoo chick pushes the other babies out of the nest to their deaths.


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  • Dollars circulate idea.

    My advise is when they no longer allow people 'free speech' via flyers then it's time to start stamping the message on the back of every dollar bill (yen) and on the statement for every power bill.

    I know what your going to say. It's illegal to deface currency, but honestly, I've never heard of anyone going to jail for that and besides how are they going to catch you.

    If they are going to jail us or threaten us with death then what's the difference. :P


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  • Capt. Nemo Capt. Nemo

    In America we prefer to simply help them commit suicide when they interfere with sacred American affairs.


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  • Talked with someone today who said that anyone who is against nuclear is a conspiracy theorist; and that includes nuclear bombs, nuclear power plants, Fukushima, Chernobyl, TMI, WIPP, etc..

    :(

    The Matrix is alive and well out there.. lots of TV 'programming' going on.


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    • bo bo

      Dr. G I feel your pain….Most of my friends call me a nut and a conspiracy theorist.
      They just say 'yeah… she's into the whole anti nuclear thing…'

      I'm just into staying alive. Isn't everybody ? :(


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    • newsblackoutUSA newsblackoutUSA

      Dr. Good and bo, I have become almost a hermit because I can't keep quiet, and my friends and family have said they don't want to know anymore "stuff about radiation." They believe the government protects us, and they would tell us the truth. One person I know started screaming at me about Fukushima, saying she didn't want to know because she lives on the coast and likes sushi; she actually said she would rather not know because she thinks knowing is what makes you get sick.

      bo, according to a study ‘Conspiracy theorists’ are sane; and government dupes are the crazy, hostile ones.
      http://www.presstv.com/detail/2013/07/12/313399/conspiracy-theorists-vs-govt-dupes/


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      • bo bo

        I know NBO…one thing I have to say though is ever since I've been here talking to others about fuku here I have a stronger attitude about it -now when those around me try to peg me as crazy, I don't let them. Of course, I'll shut up, and stop the discussion – but never ever question my sanity anymore. I remember when I first joined all my posts ended with 'am I going crazy…? Tell me I'm not going insane…!' I used to be so unsure of my sanity.

        I also used to feel so alone.. now I don't really care that much about not being able to connect. I've told my friends my message 'if in the future if you ever wanted to know more or discuss about it, I am here.' In the meantime I'd rather not have people around me than having to pretend like I connect.


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        • Phil Shiffley Phil Shiffley

          I don't bother much with my friends anymore either. They keep calling and sending messages through my husband signalling they want to get together. But I've lost respect for them.

          I do agree that if we're soon going to be getting sick that we should be finding some joy in the present. And that is my game plan. But to fully deny what's coming just seems childish.


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      • m a x l i

        Interesting read, newsblackout, thanks! Interesting how the writer sticks to using the labels "conspiracy theorist" and "anti-conspirasist" in the traditional way, while explaining very nicely that it is at least doubtful who is who; furthermore it is even rather the other way around. In my opinion, better labels for the two opposing sides would be "thinkers" and "conformists".


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      • melting mermaid melting mermaid

        I know exactly how yall feel. I don't have tv or WiFi and I sometimes wonder if people are being hypnotized. Every time I mention fukushima its the same thing. Eyes glaze over, they grow distant, they don't want to talk about it. They call me crazy and a conspiracy theorist and Debbydowner. You dont know what your talking about. If it was true they would tell us. They don't want to know and I don't blame them. Denial is a coping mechanism. The horrors of nuclear are too vast to wrap your head around. We are all victims of the double life and psychic numbing. Separated from nature, separated from each other,separated in ourselves carrying on in silent desperation. I wish I could pick the earth up. Clean her, tend her wounds, hug her, soothe her like a sick child.


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    • EKO KLAP$€ atomicistheword

      My friends it's amazing what can be stored in a GOP (GROUP OF PICTURES) file. This is how digital television is delivered. It is not a frame as such, so I'm not even aware if old legislation about subliminal messaging has caught up with technology. Wouldn't surprise me if it hasn't!

      Everything you do online is being controlled, use encryption, make sure your device is as dumb as it's maker. Personal information like emails is a joy for Anti-human criminals of democracy. Every call you make is monitored.

      My life is threatened on a daily basis. Nothing new to me, save one save the world.

      Their plan is to chip you like a dog, scan your hand for a bowl of gruel. Say anything wrong and your chip is turned off. The time is now, the generation is now. Consume and die a slave or make friends with truth and live. You do not have to give up civilisation; just defragment the corrupt file structure.

      They went out to collect the wealth of earth for they knew their time was short. Utter pride and vanity, worthless paper god.


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      • clamshellernh clamshellernh

        This will backfire in the end
        I hope I am alive to see and feel it


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      • bo bo

        'Consume and die a slave or make friends with truth and live' – well said, atomic.


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      • The United Slaves of America have made the Red Pill illegal


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      • There is no legislation regarding subliminal messages as far as I can tell. There are some 'policies', but no laws.

        Hmm…? ;)

        "The subconscious mind is the most delicate part of the most delicate apparatus in the entire [known] universe. It is not to be smudged, sullied, or twisted in order to boost the sales of popcorn or anything else. Nothing is more difficult in the modern world than to protect the privacy of the human soul."

        "Some of these documents indicate that government use of subliminal techniques could be accomplished on a widespread basis without having to disclose their use because of national security reasons. (Note, supra, p. 11, at 1083, 1086 (citing Lee, The CIA's Subliminal Seduction, High Times, 96 (Feb. 1980))."

        "The legal definition of subliminal communication is generally taken to be "the projection of messages by light or sound so quickly or faintly that they are received by the listener below the level of conscious awareness." (Cited for reference are "The Subconscious Taken Captive: A social, ethical, and legal analysis of subliminal communication technology", 54 S. Cal. L. Rev. 1077, 1080 (1981) and "Privacy and Freedom" 279 (1970))."

        The Legal Status of Subliminal Communication in America
        http://www.progressiveawareness.org/research_desk_reference/legal_status_of_subliminal_communication.html

        An informative read. Why am I craving popcorn? :P


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        • I can recall in the late 70's, maybe early 80's, watching a PBS program that caught my attention in an odd way.

          The show had a scientist guy in a white jacket who stated that this was a 'live' TV show an they were doing an experiment in ESP with the viewing audience.
          (esp, mind reading)

          I thought to myself. Hey, this interesting, I get to be part of an experiment.

          He then displayed 3 cards with symbols of a circle, a square and a triangle.

          He said he was thinking of one of the symbols and for the audience to concentrate on what he was thinking.

          So I tried. It was strange. I immediately thought "triangle". It was very clear. I shouted it out and wrote it down. "Triangle" no doubt!

          The scientist guy then said, "You were thinking TRIANGLE."

          OMG, I was convinced I had the power of ESP. This is amazing I thought.

          Then, the scientist guy admitted that this was not a live TV show that was indeed prerecorded and that a subliminal message had been used to make the audience think "TRIANGLE".

          It was not an esp experiment, but a mind control one.

          They then showed the scientist guy talking about the 3 cards in super-duper slow motion. In the upper right corner of the screen was a very fast flash almost unseen (even in slo-mo) of a triangle.

          "Uh oh!", I thought, "this is not good."

          TURN OFF the TV or your thoughts will not be free.


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          • VanneV VanneV

            +10000000000. I'm sure there are subliminal messages in movies also. When they used to have drive-in movie theaters, they would use subliminal messages to get people to buy popcorn, etc. I'm sure they still use subliminal messages to get people to buy all sorts of things.

            If the air waves were free, they wouldn't be able to sell air time to advertisers, political campaigners, etc.

            There are messages in books also. But the messages are out in the open and you are aware of them and can oppose them rationally.


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            • VanneV VanneV

              The silliest argument I saw on this website was the argument over aliens, which I have never seen and will never believe exist without seeing them. But then I never watched Star Trek on TV or in movies. I did watch part of Star Trek a couple of times on TV. It was obviously a mind control to change cultural values, as are Monday night football, etc. Cultural identity from TV is just for someone to make money and to establish corporate and corporate controlled governmental control.


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    • Nukepro, TM 2014

      "Unless it is a conspiracy theory, it cannot possibly be the truth"


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  • VanneV VanneV

    “…Helen says, at this point there is no ‘best case scenario’ for Fukushima, just worsening degrees of horror because it's scientifically impossible to clean up what has already occurred. And with thousands of spent fuel rods and thousands more active rods still in the fuel pools of the damaged reactor buildings, the worst case scenario – if another major earthquake hits the area – is an ecological nightmare of biblical proportions for everyone living in the Northern hemisphere….”
    http://www.g391.ru/video.php?yt=en_CiEnJ4Wo


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    • Helen at her best…

      Scientific Nuclear Fraud At Major Universities; Uncovered And Analyzed; via @AGreenRoad
      http://agreenroad.blogspot.com/2013/05/scientific-nuclear-fraud-at-major.html


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    • 2ndTrumpet

      VanneV – "if another major earthquake hits the area – is an ecological nightmare of biblical proportions for everyone."
      Biblical proportions! We are already there. Just look at the rest of the things happening in the world that are unrelated the the radiation events – we are already there. http://www.worthynews.com/
      Compare them with the events of the second and third trumpet events in the book of Revelation – we are already there.


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      • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

        And to think ..by choice…
        And the fact that it fills religious prophecy proves what?

        The conditions in the Revelations ..are/were conditional..on the behaviors of the 'faithful'.

        In other words….it didn't have to go down this way.


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        • VanneV VanneV

          Caused by the actions of the unfaithful.


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          • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

            Indeed..and there must whole lot of them.


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            • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

              Typo.. there must be a whole lot of them.


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              • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

                PS..It's not the unfaithful ..it's the hypocritical faithful.

                Those they go to Church on Sunday ..after having beaten the wife ..the night before.

                The one's teaching religious study ..that are nothing more than a bunch of over-pious ..I'm closer to God than Thou.. hung up ..would- be martyrs.

                The one's that condone killing of those..they don't even recognize as Human.

                It's the builders of bombs ..as though…there is no other way that Humans can behave.

                All faiths..I'm sure..I assume predominately Christian.
                All claiming to be faithful.
                All 'hypocrites.


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                • 2ndTrumpet

                  Sorry Heart of the Rose, I didn't mean to get you fired up. I would not say that any one social class caused the events of Revelation to come upon us. I would say it was all of us from the beginning — except for one. People are people, are people, are people. We are not so good as you already know. The facts, though, are that the current world events fit exactly, to the 'T' with the end-time events in Revelation more than they ever have. Only God knows for sure, and mankind has been saying for a long time, "The end is near." I wouldn't blame it on anyone; it's going to happen just as it was foretold from ancient times.


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                  • AFTERSHOCK AFTERSHOCK

                    one must also consider, 2ndTrumpet, how self-fulfilling prophecy came into play. Things went to hell because there was a crowd who influenced its followers into expecting as much.

                    see Eschatology

                    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eschatology


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                    • 2ndTrumpet

                      I made a reply to you on the Off-Topic Discussion Thread. While I appreciate your concern, I do not appreciate the condensation and disrespect shown to VanneV and me. Yes, I am new here and learning the ropes – didn't realize there was an Off Topic Thread until now thanks to clamshellernh.


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                    • 2ndTrumpet

                      Spell check: condescension


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                  • VanneV VanneV

                    2nd trumpet. Good luck. Rose and Aftershock think that Christians are to be attacked no matter what. Aftershock thinks they are going to another galaxy, but Christians won't be allowed on their space ship.


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                    • 2ndTrumpet

                      Thanks VanneV. I don't want to go on their spaceship anyway. I'd rather go to heaven. It boggles my mind when I see seemingly intelligent people who know a lot about many very difficult subjects and yet know nothing or very little of the most important Truth and refuse to learn anything about Him. Perhaps we will benefit here by not casting our pearls….Maybe they will do their due diligence and look that up for themselves. It would be a good start.


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                    • VanneV VanneV

                      Thank you, 2nd trumpet.


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                    • AFTERSHOCK AFTERSHOCK

                      as you're apparently new here, 2ndTrumpet, I'd advise serious consideration of who you align yourself with.

                      There are (literally) tens-of-thousands who are reading your words. While that offers a wonderful opportunity for exchange with like-minded individuals, assuming such can result in marginalization. Exhibiting condescension towards your readers, guarantees of a dismal reception of what you'd bring to the table.

                      Show respect but equally avoid those who'd use others as means of realizing their own ends. Before lending overt support, study not just what someone says but what they actually do. To use an old adage, the devil comes in many forms…


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                    • AFTERSHOCK AFTERSHOCK

                      much appreciated, Heart. I humbly attribute my 'craft' to that which bestows such gift upon those who defend her creation. Without her grace, I am but another empty vessel. I await her intuitive guidance, before taking any action. I ask nothing more than the honor of being but one of her many dedicated servants. My greatest fear can only be realized, should I ever fall short of her expectations. I once took her boundless love for granted. She understood my need to think I knew better than her. It is the curse of man to think he's more than his creator. While she encourages such challenge, I'll not make that error in judgement, again. I now know, she is the foundation upon which all is explored. I am awed by her patient love and hope she's not offended by the effusive words of this lone servant…


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                    • AFTERSHOCK AFTERSHOCK

                      sorry Heart, but this 4:30pm comment was supposed to follow your 3:42pm post, which trails far below. I obviously hit the wrong reply button…


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                    • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

                      AFTERSHOCK..
                      I don't have a 'personalized' Creator.
                      So no he/ she's need apply.

                      I'm still back there with the ..caveman.
                      Looking to the stars ..this earth ..this Universe in wonder.
                      That which can't not be explained..
                      This wonder ..is plenty.


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                    • AFTERSHOCK AFTERSHOCK

                      it's precisely for that reason, Heart, that I turn to her and no others. She is both Sun and Moon, and all the darkness that bathes in her eternal light…


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                  • VanneV VanneV

                    http://enenews.com/forum-topic-discussion-thread-nuclear-issues-jan-5-2013-present/comment-page-99#comment-493365

                    I've often wondered if Aftershock and Heart are the same person. Aftershock is always declaring his undying love for Heart of the Rose.


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                    • Sparky Sparky

                      Interesting concept, but I don't think so. But then again, who knows anything about anybody here in cyberspace.

                      For the record, I always appreciate your posts, VanneV–never thought your were a "troll." You contribute tirelessly and substantially to Enenews and I am much better informed as a result. Thanks! :-)


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                    • AFTERSHOCK AFTERSHOCK

                      thank you VanneV. Hopefully, 2ndTrumpet will study that entire thread, and discover for themselves who's filled with poison. They should find your inability to commit, equally revealing.

                      http://enenews.com/forum-topic-discussion-thread-nuclear-issues-jan-5-2013-present/comment-page-99#comment-494194

                      P.S. Heart of Rose – is – awesome and worthy of my respect and love. Sorry, but such reverence is not applicable to nutters…


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                    • VanneV VanneV

                      I'm committed to Jesus and to stopping all nuclear weapons and nuclear power plants and mining of uranium and thorium. I'm committed to showing respect to all of God' creation. I have the love of Jesus and only have love of everyone in return. I have pain and sorrow for all people who are in pain and who haven't yet found peace.

                      I have pity for those who think Christians are nutters.


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                    • VanneV VanneV

                      I have pity for those who think Christianity is poison.


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                    • AFTERSHOCK AFTERSHOCK

                      do us all a big favor, VanneV. Please direct your messages to the site's administration. I'm sure they're willing to overlook your obvious use of these forums to proselytize others, with your personal beliefs. Then, there's the incessant violations of posting protocol, which asks that we avoid religious comments. And I'm confident that these derisive verbal assaults on those you just happen to disagree with, will go over big when they're deciding if these are simply personal attacks. Your are, after all, special and above reproach…


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                    • VanneV VanneV

                      Heart started the attack. Did you make up 2nd trumpet so you could attack me again?

                      Heart of the Rose
                      March 22, 2014 at 10:58 am · Reply

                      And to think ..by choice…
                      And the fact that it fills religious prophecy proves what?

                      The conditions in the Revelations ..are/were conditional..on the behaviors of the 'faithful'.

                      In other words….it didn't have to go down this way.


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                    • VanneV VanneV

                      Is the attack to keep me from posting research on thorium reactors and all the problems with this nuclear technology?

                      When you make a misstatement, I'm allowed to defend myself.

                      The only proselytizing I'm interested in on this website is closing down all nuclear reactors and weapons and to stop nuclear mining.


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                    • AFTERSHOCK AFTERSHOCK

                      not to be disparaging VanneV, but I sense you need to take a long walk. I don't want to be unnecessarily critical. I just can't help but notice these references to people conspiring against you. It's all beginning to ring of instability.

                      To date, I've refrained from being too severe in our recent exchanges. I understand that you're getting on in your years and aren't in the best of health. Such physical conditions can lead to interpretive errors in both judgement and presentation. So's not to find myself embroiled in the perceived abuse of the aged and sickly, I'd appreciate your adhering to that prior statement on March 17th [see below] that you'll not read (and subsequently, respond) any further to my posts. Until today, at the conclusion of that thread, I've graciously avoided all subsequent contact with your persons. I have responded to your latest comments, as I've every right to defend myself from online harassment and character attacks.

                      Unless you think you've some right to control my comments out here, I'd appreciate your going about your own business. Should you insist on pursuing this, I'll have no other recourse than to elicit admin's learned intervention…

                      http://enenews.com/forum-topic-discussion-thread-nuclear-issues-jan-5-2013-present/comment-page-99#comment-494194

                      Take that walk VanneV. No one out here will dispute your having earned some personal quiet time…


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                    • VanneV VanneV

                      I walked three miles to teach yesterday. I saw my doctor a month ago and he said that my heart and lungs sound wonderful.

                      I'm not afraid of a threat from someone who believes he is going on a spaceship to another galaxy.

                      I am not mentally unstable.


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                    • VanneV VanneV

                      You attacked me first:

                      AFTERSHOCK
                      March 22, 2014 at 9:31 pm

                      thank you VanneV. Hopefully, 2ndTrumpet will study that entire thread, and discover for themselves who's filled with poison. They should find your inability to commit, equally revealing.

                      http://enenews.com/forum-topic-discussion-thread-nuclear-issues-jan-5-2013-present/comment-page-99#comment-494194

                      P.S. Heart of Rose – is – awesome and worthy of my respect and love. Sorry, but such reverence is not applicable to nutters…"


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                    • AFTERSHOCK AFTERSHOCK

                      glad you're doing well, VanneV.

                      If you'd be so kind, please quote the threat you're referring too.

                      While you're at it, please quote the statement that relates to my going to another galaxy.

                      I reiterate, the record shows, you initiated contact between us. [ http://enenews.com/kpfa-dr-helen-caldicott-threatened-death-japan-speaking-about-nuclear-power-students-charged-disturbing-peace-handing-flyers-audio/comment-page-1#comment-496877 ]

                      Someone should've informed you, pulling down intervening posts is not evidence of who contacted whom. You have to go back to the top of the thread.

                      So, regardless what you'd have others believe, after declaring you had no further interest in doing so, you – did – initiate contact. This technicality illustrates that your stated intentions mean little and are subject to whim. I can only conclude that your personal word cannot to be trusted.


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                    • VanneV VanneV

                      AFTERSHOCK
                      March 18, 2014 at 8:17 pm
                      “your are correct, Heart. There's a big push on to get off world. Problem is, they waited too long. That was their Catch-22. Had they the sense to cease fighting over scraps of land, they could've allocated those resources towards liveable exo-environments. Now it's covered wagons and GMO-based lard, for the next three hundred years…”
                      http://enenews.com/forum-topic-discussion-thread-nuclear-issues-jan-5-2013-present/comment-page-100#comment-494884


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                    • VanneV VanneV

                      AFTERSHOCK
                      March 18, 2014 at 8:50 pm
                      “actually, Heart, it isn't too late; at least, it doesn't go as most think it will. Most of us have developed a strong sense of foreboding. How could you not?! Unfortunately, most everyone, these days, have been psyched-out by those who want us to have low expectations. We've come to expect the worst. Can't say too much, except that the outcome is not so dark. It eventually dawns on the major players that they've run out of rope. They've decided to pull-out the stops but can't inform us outright, for fear of creating uncontrollable social instability. Most get left behind while a select few are called upon to put their shoulders behind what needs doing. They barely succeed in making the crossing. When they've accomplished their task, they start moving the more promising off world. Sprinkle a pinch of Outland with touch of Gattaca and you'll get the picture. Had they been more proactive, they could've avoided what will be a long period of harsh living conditions. It's now become a matter of do or die…”
                      http://enenews.com/forum-topic-discussion-thread-nuclear-issues-jan-5-2013-present/comment-page-100#comment-494891


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                    • VanneV VanneV

                      AFTERSHOCK
                      March 18, 2014 at 10:00 pm
                      “we don't Heart. They've frittered-away so much time and resources, it's likely to be a finish-by-a-nose…”

                      http://enenews.com/forum-topic-discussion-thread-nuclear-issues-jan-5-2013-present/comment-page-100#comment-494906


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                    • VanneV VanneV

                      AFTERSHOCK
                      March 18, 2014 at 10:17 pm
                      “that's why I referred you to the Gattaca movie. If you haven't seen, do so. It deals with some interesting issues; one of which is how society uses genetic testing to determine who qualifies for going off-world. Of course, that will be only once set of criteria. Mental acuity and physical condition would also come into play. Down the road, when conditions become more amenable to the aged and handicapped (while he won't be around by then, think Hawkins), you can lower the standards as to who can and can't be allowed off-world.
                      “As to whether it's acceptable to facilitate the going-forth of humans, several tempering factors will come into play. First, you have to cooperate like your life depended on it, because it will. Then there's the isolation, which compels a sense of appreciation of others. And of course, there are the distances that must be overcome if you're to make efficient use of available resources. You'd be surprised what's there for the grabbing. Problem is, it's spread far and wide. Developing the infrastructure to take advantage of all those resources is the killer. That's why I mention the covered wagon thing. It'll be long and hard for the first few hundred years. Strange thing is, you come to think of it as living on an island-prairie. The mind and spirit is transformed…”
                      http://enenews.com/forum-topic-discussion-thread-nuclear-issues-jan-5-2013-present/comment-page-100#comment-494916


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                    • AFTERSHOCK AFTERSHOCK

                      nowhere, VanneV, is there mention of going to other galaxies. Again, you attempt to confuse the reader. BTW, humans are and have been out in Space. Unlike some who'd make promises of residing in heaven, the aerospace community is there. It only remains a matter of constructing a large-enough bridge for the rest of us.

                      It's likely others have already informed you, posting a series of prior commentary is not an argument. Again, there's no mention of going to other galaxies. However, it is evidence of a sneaky character to attempt to make it so.

                      As it's evident you have nothing to back your claims that I want to take non-Christians to another galaxy, I'd ask that you answer my other inquiry into your statement that threats have been made. While your answer's sure to take the form of additional incongruities, I must confess that I do-so enjoy watching these panicked attempts.

                      Appreciate your highlighting that series of posts. Won't say how or why, except that you're efforts are very helpful. BTW, I retired to bed soon after mentioning Gattaca, only to discover it was being rebroadcast on late-night TV! You'd be surprised to discover what's at play about you, when-and-if you're willing to observe.

                      Speaking of observation. Again, I draw the reader's attention to the fact that you're reading my posts, long-after you'd sworn not too. Can your word mean so little? Perhaps, you're only posing as someone who commits…


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                    • VanneV VanneV

                      Where is your exo-world located? And where are your aliens coming from?
                      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lost_Cosmonauts


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                    • VanneV VanneV

                      All the radiation from Fukushima and other nuclear accidents and even supposedly successful nuclear activities have created new Van Allen belts and is frying the electronics of attempted space flights. Have there been successful maned space flights since 2011 the year of the Fukushima disaster?

                      Cosmic Fail! Biggest Space Flops of 2011
                      http://www.space.com/14018-biggest-spaceflight-failures-2011.html

                      Another Russian Rocket Failure Causes Satellite Crash in Siberia
                      http://www.foxnews.com/scitech/2011/12/23/russian-communications-satellite-crashes-in-siberia/?test=latestnews


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                    • AFTERSHOCK AFTERSHOCK

                      as was predicted, VanneV, you returned with nothing more than straw men. One can only look at your questions, to "Where is your exo-world located? And where are your aliens coming from?" to witness your inept defense.

                      You failed to answer any of my questions. Where is the let's leave the Christians behind and head-off to another galaxy statement? There was none. Where did I threaten you? I hadn't. That you conflate the words of others to suit your own ends, should be obvious. You, VanneV, are the living personification of what a deceiver attempts to do unto others. I am overjoyed in having been chosen as the one who exposed you. It is, after all, what I do.

                      I'll let others decide for themselves, but from what I've concluded, you're clearly unworthy of those who are genuine in their pursuit of truth and justice…


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                    • VanneV VanneV

                      Here is your threat.
                      AFTERSHOCK
                      March 22, 2014 at 11:53 pm
                      “…Should you insist on pursuing this, I'll have no other recourse than to elicit admin's learned intervention…
                      http://enenews.com/forum-topic-discussion-thread-nuclear-issues-jan-5-2013-present/comment-page-99#comment-494194…”
                      http://enenews.com/kpfa-dr-helen-caldicott-threatened-death-japan-speaking-about-nuclear-power-students-charged-disturbing-peace-handing-flyers-audio/comment-page-1#comment-496958

                      From my point of view offering a different point of view or asking or clarification is not an attempt to control someone’s content. What is your point of view? Are you trying to control of content?

                      I'm trying my best to stop nuclear energy and weapons and to include as many people as possible in this effort.


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                    • VanneV VanneV

                      TYPO: asking for clarification


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                    • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

                      Oh..please..anne..
                      AFTERSHOCK..says those things out of kindness.
                      Joking rather..as we don't know each other …most of us don't.
                      One of the joys of the blog.
                      The original conversation was between AFTERSHOCK and..
                      I see you have chosen to cherry-pick…for yet anther display of the supposed victimized position of Christianity.
                      Although ..those that feel they are religiously oppressed ..sound mostly the same ..just change the name of the religion.
                      It's a position as 'victim' …well worn by those challenged about their beliefs.


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                    • AFTERSHOCK AFTERSHOCK

                      you've clearly lost it, VanneV. And just so you know, if-and-when one finds themselves being unduly harassed, they've every right to bring it to the attention of the site's administration. Again VanneV, you have nothing to support your allegations that you were threatened.

                      And just so you know, I'm maintaining a complete offline record of our exchange. Admin's likely to remove this entire dialog, as it's clearly in violation of the site's posting protocol. Just the same, as you seem set on harassing me, I want a record of your exact words. It's important that others have an opportunity to see just what you're about, and not what you'd claim to be about…


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                    • AFTERSHOCK AFTERSHOCK

                      quite seriously, Heart, you and a handful of others represent the best of the species. Some are simply upset they're not lavished with the same adoration and respect, as I've shown towards others. Even with their sycophantic followers and dupes trailing behind, they're quietly enraged that I've not fallen at their feet. You, on the other hand, have long proven your strength of character. And while you may not know it (now), being loved by 'me' is of great value…


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                    • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

                      Dear AFTERSHOCK..
                      Thank you for the fine compliments.
                      It's good to see ..that you can still emit this emotion ..love.

                      What I love..whom I love..has become so precious..some days..I can barely speak of it.

                      Heart of the Rose


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                    • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

                      PS. You are a great activist.
                      Keen in all ways..
                      Much love..


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                    • AFTERSHOCK AFTERSHOCK

                      more than welcome, Heart. I reserve such honor for those who genuinely seek a better world for others; not just themselves or their own. Your refusal to compromise in speaking truth to power, earned that respect. Never loose that boldness! It, alone, protects you and those who are willing to consider your many insights…


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                    • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

                      Thank you ..AFTERSHOCK.
                      I'll try to live up to your sound advice.


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                    • AFTERSHOCK AFTERSHOCK

                      grammatical typo: loose <– lose. Oh what a difference a letter makes…


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                • clamshellernh clamshellernh

                  I tell to disagree after rove used them for the bushes elections , some not all started saying would Jesus approve of killing and wars , not verbatim but close enough
                  What about the pope talking about poverty
                  I'm am not a holy roller and agree the family value people are dangerous .
                  Speaking of this that guy died from that awful church yesterday ..


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                  • AFTERSHOCK AFTERSHOCK

                    I follow them closely, clamshellernh. They're only now just waking-up to the role they've been suckered into playing. The confusion and chaos that's been slowly introduced into their community, was nothing short of brilliant. Rhetoric has become their guiding word. And what they brought unto others, is soon to be their just reward…


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                    • VanneV VanneV

                      I never voted for Bush. That is the problem of lumping people together; the problem of prejudging people. I was never in favor of going into Iraq. I have been anti-Nuke since I was 16 years old. And before then I didn't know much about the world.

                      The majority of the people who voted for Bush were non-Christian. Bush never was elected, never had a majority vote. The election was stolen by non-Christians.


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                    • clamshellernh clamshellernh

                      Yikes I just read this whole discussion I suppose I should have before posting …I do not believe in Jesus as a personal savior ..I think we are connected to something . But organized religion is just a way of control ..and excuse to think clearly ..not directed at anyone personally , but I just hate when those take a bad situation and say it's gods revelation .its gosh darn lazy and mankind has been doing it over and over again for thousands of years . So those of you that must prattle on about Jesus , start another blog or join one that includes radiation. I am reporting any more of this nonsense ..we have enough on our plate .


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                    • AFTERSHOCK AFTERSHOCK

                      precisely, clamshellernh. My main contention resides with those who use religion as an escape from obligation…


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                    • sentinelle sentinelle

                      I agree with you clamshellernh, "organized religion is just a way of control"

                      It's unnerving seeing the PTB align and set up their activities to make people think that Revelations and the Gospel is playing out before their eyes – so people will blindly (faithfully) accept what is happening.

                      I'd guess the 'earth noises' people have been hearing are probably cloaked military air craft that are testing out this piece of equipment to either deafen a population or control them. I'd imagine the sound of trumpets from the sky would make any believer convinced the end as predicted is upon us. And then there are the holograms. Science and technology are amazing!


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                    • AFTERSHOCK AFTERSHOCK

                      yes, sentinelle, science, technology and virtually all the fruits of humanity's endeavors are amazing. Obviously, we're not all in agreement to their application.

                      And you are all too correct how end-times prophecy is being used to undermine our expectations for a better world. Unlike those who only see what's before their eyes, I know things can get better. It simply remains a matter of turning our backs on the fear mongers and deciding where-and-what we should be moving forward towards…


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                  • VanneV VanneV

                    So anti-Nukers are now "fearmongers"? Aftershock, I'm surprised that you are using the pejorative term "fearmongers"? Just what are you an activist of? Can you answer a question? So far, it seems you attack when asked a question instead of answering that question.


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                    • AFTERSHOCK AFTERSHOCK

                      your attempts, VanneV, at pushing others into your corner are superficial. You're a sad soul and long overdue for having been exposed as the fraud you obviously were.

                      And I'm overjoyed by this attention. You've become the perfect case study in arrogance and hypocrisy. I doubt anyone who's had the stomach to follow this exchange, came away feeling that your responses were valid. On the contrary, it's likely you've traded your store of good will, for the fleeting opportunity of thinking you could force another in submission.

                      So do continue. I've so much more room at the curb…


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                • irhologram

                  Um. Rose. By definition, the hypocritical are not the faithful. Hypocrisy is anathema in all spiritual practice. It is lying to oneself. And the quote on that is: God hates liars. In all the Bible, I could find nothing else God is said to HATE. Just liars.


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                  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

                    Ya.. not hypocritical.?I'm watching my neighbors go to Church. as we speak.
                    Biggest bunch of hypocrites in town.

                    It's not the lies told..it's the actions..the lies cover..


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                    • Angela_R

                      Heart, your neighbours may well be hypocrites. btw I don't have a particular religious adherence but do know many trying to lead good lives that do, some of them are Christian, some Jewish, some Buddhists, some Muslims,in fact they are scattered everywhere….

                      for instance the Blue Domers: http://mtnbkaz.blogspot.om.au/2004/07/blue-domer


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                    • clamshellernh clamshellernh

                      Yes ans I also belong to the UU church from time to time , they take on a lot of our issues and you do not have to believe in anything but all faiths come .. I want to say the first church in Harvard was the start of Harvard university …


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      • VanneV VanneV

        I agree with you. Helen Caldicott doesn't believe in God, so her statement was a metaphor. Whe should have evacuated south already. But Australia isn't safe because the radiation from Fukushima has made such a huge hole in the ozone, Australians have much higher chances of get all kinds of skin cancer including melanoma. No place to hide.

        If TPTB were closing down all nuclear plants and never building any more there might be a chance of saving the earth. But their corruption doesn't allow them to pay attention to any warnings. Radiation has caused total insanity. The 21st century has not been able to learn anything from the 20th century catastrophic mistakes.

        And Fukushima is so much worse than Chernobyl. The next even worse disaster is just around the corner. The whole world is a ticking time bomb. And there seems to be no chance to change TPTB any place on earth.

        Using depleted uranium weapons are using dirty bombs continually with the same devasting effect as other nuclear weapons. Depleted uranium is a nuclear weapons, the worst weapons of mass destruction imaginable. That the world is not incensed by the use of depleted uranium weapons shows the devastation of mind control and propagande techniques.


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        • VanneV VanneV

          I was agreeing with 2nd trumpet. The ELEs have already occurred and too few people are trying to change the inevitable. Climate change is caused by nuclear weapons and nuclear power plants. And climate change is alternately frying the earth and flooding it.

          And the nuclearocrats are too corrupt to acknowledge what their technology is doing. The devastating storms are caused by Krypton-85 all caused by every stage of the nuclear power plant cycle.


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        • clamshellernh clamshellernh

          A study came out that showed the people with the highest I Q and scientists ect do not believe in a god , it's an excuse to help one from bad times .
          I have a hard time though with evil and if it is the devil seeing the end of us thru nuclear


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          • VanneV VanneV

            “…But consider: nearly all the greatest, best, highest, most beautiful minds that ever existed were theists. Aristotle? Augustine? Confucius? Aquinas? Bonaventure? Copernicus? Bruno? Kepler? Galileo? Pascal? Descartes? Newton? Bach? Mendel? The list is endless. Most people were and still are theists of one sort or another. It is only in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries where atheism picked up steam….”
            “Just because a person is or isn’t intelligent contributes nothing, not a thing, to the truth or falsity of any proposition (not related to the individual)….”
            http://www.strangenotions.com/atheists-higher-iqs/

            Since 1945, the general intelligence of humanity is being degraded by radiation exposure which is rising exponentially.


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        • Angela_R

          VanneV, I share your horror of the nuclear process, however Australia has had an ozone hole and high UV radiation for many years, though possibly exacerbated further by Fukushima. The South Pacific was exposed to Radiation by atomic tests conducted by a number of countries from the 1950's up until the 1990's. The effects were mainly from fallout which dispersed over a wide area.

          Like you, I am not in favour of thorium being used in the nuclear process.

          Though Australia has survived for a large measure on primary industry including mining, I believe that the majority of its people are very disturbed by the current raping and pillaging of the earth and to date, they have not supported the nuclear process's teasing and tormenting of elements.

          So far the Australian people have failed to accept the devil's curse in his current guise of nuclear energy.


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        • Angela_R

          VanneV, Yes, Australia has the highest numbers of skin cancers. It is thought that even the fish are getting melanomas.
          http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/08/01/fish-skin-cancer-melanoma-trout_n_1731037.html


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  • VanneV VanneV

    Radiation Fears Are Real
    Posted on November 1, 2013
    To the Editor, New York Times:
    “David Ropeik, a specialist on risk perception and risk communication, plays down the mass of scientific and medical literature that amply demonstrates that ionizing radiation is a potent carcinogen and that no dose is low enough not to induce cancer.
    “Large areas of the world are becoming contaminated by long-lived nuclear elements secondary to catastrophic meltdowns: 40 percent of Europe from Chernobyl, and much of Japan.
    “A New York Academy of Sciences report from 2009 titled ‘Chernobyl’ estimates that nearly a million have already died from this catastrophe. In Japan, 10 million people reside in highly contaminated locations.
    “Children are 10 to 20 times more radiosensitive than adults, and fetuses thousands of times more so; women are more sensitive than men.
    “Radiation of the reproductive organs induces genetic mutations in the sperm and eggs, increasing the incidence of genetic diseases like diabetes, cystic fibrosis, hemochromatosis and thousands of others over future generations. Recessive mutations take up to 20 generations to be expressed.
    HELEN CALDICOTT
    Bermagui, Australia, Oct. 23, 2013
    http://www.helencaldicott.com/2013/11/radiation-fears-are-real/


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  • VanneV VanneV

    “…It’s time for us to stop denying our environmental and social responsibility. We cannot coin Fukushima information as ‘fear mongering’ any longer. The message needs to get out to as many people as possible so that we can come together with a solution that, at the very least, slows any further damage from occurring….”
    http://www.collective-evolution.com/2014/01/13/take-10-minutes-to-inform-yourself-on-the-fukushima-crisis-expert-helen-caldicott-clearly-explains/


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    • Bones Bones

      People literally can't afford to care. Most are treading water and it gets worse every year. The people who have the money, hence time AND ABILITY, to do anything are absent, lying, and failing their social responsibility. Where is the scientific community??? What should a mechanic do to help the situation? My friend is dead from work. What should a computer programmer do? I plan on leaving as realistically there is nothing any one of us can do to stop this or mitigate it. SYOA at this point. I have an uncle who is an astrophysicist who thinks this is no problem. There is no hope. Rome has burnt already and the gate is closing to get out.


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    • clamshellernh clamshellernh

      Start by going at the anti GMOS people and let them know about the new reports out of chernoble about microbes inability to break down matter , and how plants are stunted
      That will hit the compost piles for sure , this is very important , I am working on how to do so but how when everything is radiated .. Anyone one care to steP up and talk about this ..if we cannot grow our food and trees ect won't grow how is life and oxygen affected .
      Time to get into dome life … Before everything is gone .
      There's a book on worms by an Amy something or other that says they absorb rads .. But what to do with the worms … We need to start thinking about how to live too you know here , it will be a long time to stop what has begun . We are done


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  • VanneV VanneV

    “Author and Pediatrician Helen Caldicott takes time out of her busy schedule to join me to discuss the unfolding events at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power station in Japan. Fukushima was devastated by a massive earthquake on March 11, 2011 which led directly to a massive failure causing hydrogen explosions which blew the roof off of at least two of the reactor buildings. Tepco and the Japanese government have understated the radiation dangers and the dire reality of the situation from day one.

    “Helen says, at this point there is no ‘best case scenario’ for Fukushima, just worsening degrees of horror because it's scientifically impossible to clean up what has already occurred. And with thousands of spent fuel rods and thousands more active rods still in the fuel pools of the damaged reactor buildings, the worst case scenario – if another major earthquake hits the area – is an ecological nightmare of biblical proportions for everyone living in the Northern hemisphere.

    “An Interview with Helen Caldicott, physician, anti-nuclear advocate, and prolific author. Helen explains to us the horrific consequences we face as humanity if we continue using nuclear power, with its inevitable, irreversible damage to people and the planet, with Fukushima and its horrific repercussions, being a dire warning for what is to come. We talk about depleted uranium weapons, which are being made from nuclear waste, and the genocidal effects they are having wherever they are used, with the…


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  • Ontological Ontological

    Sharpen the pitch forks and light the torches, gonna be a long night of lynching bankstas, mobstas, and all those idiots in government.


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    • newsblackoutUSA newsblackoutUSA

      Onto- let's add tar and feathers to your list…. ;-)


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    • Plus bananas and apricots, for the hard cases.


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    • chevvvy chev

      killing is too good for them! make em suffer


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    • mairs mairs

      They were afraid of Occupy when it was going strong. You could tell. They don't want people to gather and demonstrate. They don't want that at all.


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      • GQR2

        i think they did want peeps to demonstrate. They wanted to do a drill of the co ordinated police state, run different soft weapons tests, bring out a few propaganda memes and manage the whole income inequality thing and Wall Street Financial Crimes differently. Make the 99 percent the enemy of the good society. Look they have no leaders, look they need pizza, and have no microphones. The entire thing was fostered by the PTB and of course good people are necessary to the endevour,you can't have a national military drill with no people…its easy to become an unknowing pawn in their game.
        think about it.
        Plus the livestreams showed how systematic the set ups and crack downs were. Police State in Techn ocolor. They showed there will be no intrusion by the public into the operations of this country in pursuing its military economy. i could go on ..the conversation got me thinking.
        In the end the argument was they are on Privately owned "public property" so get them outta there by any means necessary ..on the count of three. And it happened. Plus there is the whole Lucis trust thing..


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      • clamshellernh clamshellernh

        They sure were .. And if it went longer I'm afraid martial law and death squads would have happened


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    • If you get rid of all of these, it will do nothing. It is like slashing the leaves of weeds. All you do is spread the seeds of violence and grow even more weeds.

      Dig out the root, without any violence. Go to the ROOT source of the problem.

      Bottom line, it is the MONEY behind the politicians that creates the problems. But if you get rid of one CEO, they are replaced by another.. because it is systemic and built in with consciousness.

      Solution? Vote.. and support elections plus campaigns with only public money, equal money for all candidates, even third party candidates.

      Then vote for only those who accept no corporate money.

      Everything can change with no violence, while addressing the ROOT causes, very quickly.


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      • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

        I see it in a slightly different light Dr Goodheart. Money is not the root problem, rather its the inability of man to see and/or care about the extended consequences of his actions.

        If one is going to talk illusions, then the peace/violence duality is also born of viewpoint. There is no peaceful existence, as the immune system shows, as the biome of gut, land and sea shows. Knocking off invaders/ offenders is the theme of life across the living universe.

        One can work toward a harmonious civilization, and with a majority of humans on board with an open source, largely agrarian/vegetarian non profit trade model, the worst offenders and cartels would be diminished in power. But this wishful thinking is clearly not at all what is happening.

        This is not defeatist or even negative, but the fact is, "they" have already fracked, nuked, poisoned, exploited, killed the life of this planet. The public goes with it, by choice or default. These peaceful ideals are mere mental concepts not found in reality except by endeavoring to lift ones viewpoint to the trans-personal.

        The great white whale in Moby Dick fought back, and at least for a while, turned the tide against his exploiter. In the real story, some of the shipwrecked became cannibals. Macy's and Folgers are lasting legacies of the whaling era. The real story of material life includes constant battle


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  • CB CB

    We've all been threatened with death, through ignorance or not. What exactly is the epicenter of this crisis? Another headline here states over 800 gone or missing, this is of course at the Fukushima epicenter, but this number is not including the stillbirths, cancers, and related nuclear deaths around the globe for all life forms.


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  • TheBigPicture TheBigPicture

    YES ! ! !

    Soon, everyone on the planet will have heard her, and know what nuclear really is.

    All HAIL HELEN CALDICOTT ! ! !


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  • WindorSolarPlease

    Japan is the last place I would go. If I were to go anywhere it would probably be Uruguay or Argentina.

    I would rather be the farthest away from all of this with my family and my two favorite very funny small Chihuahua's.

    Dr. Helen Caldicott is amazing, she is one brave lady. She knows so much and has a way giving the message out. I wish the world leaders would listen to her.

    Please stay safe Dr. Helen Caldicott.


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  • nuknomore nuknomore

    Great Lady..
    Wonderful life time of work..
    Standing against this now, letting people know ..
    Amazing courage.


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  • Alaskan Ice Alaskan Ice

    The threat from "right wingers" is more than simply knee-jerk pro-business or even knee-jerk nationalism against a gaijin interloper. Besides the nuke vs. Anti-nuke energy divide, Japan has a large pacifist segment of their electorate, while simultaneously being on the verge of emerging as a regional superpower with deliverable nuclear weapons after the pivot (away from) Asia by the US. Undoubtedly TPTB in their military, government, nobility, and elites view that as a step up from Japan's current protectorate status. I'm certain they wouldn't want Fukushima or their own public reaction to hold up that transformation into a regional nuclear superpower.

    The establishment there only hears "I've got mine" when a foreigner from a nuclear superpower comes to talk sense.

    Maybe we should be sending Australians. At least they face the same reality with China as Japan.


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  • sentinelle sentinelle

    It is time to boycott Japan and anything they import until they repeal their secrecy act.


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  • American Phoenix57

    The arc light of truth is finally illuminating the gigantic rusted groaning garbage barge of industrial civilization loaded with 200 years of chemical, biological and nuclear waste as it slowly crashes into the pristine shores of Earth’s fragile DNA.

    We will soon pay for our greed and arrogance with early painful deaths and the survivors will bears the genetic scars forever. We have failed as stewards of the pale blue dot. I’m embarrassed to be human.


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    • Capt. Nemo Capt. Nemo

      It is not being human. It is happening to be part of a civilization that made a few wrong turns. You and I are hardly strategic elements in this vast machine that is now grinding up the life on this planet. The native Americans were here for thousands of years; the place remained a beautiful garden more or less. Perhaps it was European fascination with magic that put so much power behind science. One person referred to Newton as the last of the great magicians. The desire for power. Civilizations are hierarchic. Some have more power; some less. Some feel powerless. There is a struggle for power with civilization. USA vs Russia. Putin won. Obama is a sore loser. Obama wants more power. Etc. Arms races. Better bombs and missiles. Whatever it takes. Did they consult you? No, of course not. Me neither.


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    • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

      Yes, "We will soon pay for our greed and arrogance" !

      It will not be pretty… :(


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  • WindorSolarPlease

    Quote:
    Students being charged with disturbing the peace for handing out flyers

    What!..Lets' see disturbing the peace verses disturbing life as we know it. What's worse, who should they go after?

    Handing out flyers are now called disturbing the peace?

    Leave the students alone, go after the ones killing our world and killing people.

    Don't forget you need this world also.


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    • When a dictatorship feels threatened, they clamp down..

      The nuclear cabal is feeling threatened, so they are clamping down.

      It will not help. The nuclear monster has been shot in the head; it was Fuku'ed. It is falling down; in slow motion. Artificial life support is being applied while it is falling, but nothing will save it.


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  • Capt. Nemo Capt. Nemo

    Speaking of death threats and death I wonder at what point the powers that be will decide the ENEnews has caused enough dissent and trouble? Not only the gov but various corporations might take real offense at a web site where people make these outrageous claims about ionizing radiation. Well, in their opinion outrageous. They have the scientists under control as we have seen with their low levels, dilution, dispersion, nothing to worry about. So how dare these people put forth their ridiculous opinions? Good question. It usually comes as quite an unexpected surprise when the full force of the Power Elite comes to bear. After all if the USA will tear down whole nations, Ukraine being the latest one, they will hardly stop at some small nuisance in their own midst. Well, just a reflection.


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    • weeman

      Every rose has a thorn, for good reason.
      One does not succeed without the other.
      Two way race.


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      • Sickputer

        Or you might say there are a lot of thorns for every single rose. Enenews…you are the rose.

        BB lets you live as a token of his hidden love for dissent and rabblerousers. Knowing full well the other 99.99% brain dead naked apes care more about their next meal, their next beer, their next sitcom or sport show. Tune in, turn on, and drop out.

        Digital pixels of light do not trouble BB. Keeping the economic shellgame intact is all that matters. Proclaimed enemies or social problems come and go at the orchestration of men in dark suits and fat benefit packages.

        Every entity attracts gadflies and if some get too pesky then a perfunctory swatting will take place. But not here…words scarcely concern BB when his gaze is fixed far away to Russian hijinks. The flavor of the moment. BB has a very short attention span, maybe shorter than Joe Sixpack. So many world problems and so little the world's 6 percenters can influence. The proclaimed top cop is quickly becoming a blustering Barney Fife with a personna and non-actions to match. Infoglut in the Information Age overtakes everyone…especially BB.


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    • VanneV VanneV

      There is so much scientific evidence from so many eminent scientists, I doubt they will ever take down this website. There really isn't any reason to take it down. There is free speech in the US for many reasons.


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    • clamshellernh clamshellernh

      I'm sure they are watching us very carefully , they know who we are where we are and how to stop us , they must be sitting in a room somewhere working on it . I would venture to guess that many of the movers and shakers in the anti nuclear movement are here all in a tidy bunch
      I do believe this is the turning point of all life and it will not be pretty
      Many will die from both radiation and other ghastly methods they have in their arsenal .
      So live life and love each other as much as you can while you can
      Gloomy yes but also a realist
      We must have a plan b if the lights go out


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      • flatsville

        clam, I've learned from doing this a lot of years that the paranoia of being watcched far exceeds the reality of actually being watched. If you are actually doing something (v. merely posting, aka running your mouth) there might be some cause for concern.

        I am certain I've been followed, but it was directly related to a case or a pre-filing enviro campaign. It was no doubt investigators hired by the defendant. This is expected. So, if I'm meeting with a whistle blower, switch cars and burn phones are SOP.

        Occasional harrassment incident is par for the course.

        IMO 99.99% of the posters here have little to nothing to worry about.

        Being targeted is often a matter of the expertise or influence you can wield in regulatory or legal venues.


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  • I do think many of us had wondered if HC had been threatened. I mean, she abruptly changed her tune on nukes and on Fukushima, in particular. So that much was obvious. And if it is true that HC and others have been threatened, I wish those doing the harassing would consider: they, too, will die from this. And so will their children. Some say they don't care about their own children, but I have such a tough time with that concept, I think it is something else (money?) that keeps them working for the nuke projects.
    Perhaps it is pure hubris? After all, it takes a lot of hubris and not much intelligence or education, to believe nuclear reactors were ever safe and a good idea.
    So yeah; maybe it's just hubris.
    But hubris will not keep their children safe.


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    • Capt. Nemo Capt. Nemo

      It is worth considering this: anyone who could make a difference has enormous power. The scientist or engineer can simply be fired. Be accuse of some crime. Whatever. Now how many persons have enormous power? Not many. And they have the means to protect themselves. Perhaps not forever–but they may believe that they will be the first recipients of any medical technology that comes along. I doubt Obama would be considered to have the kind of power necessary to do more than drag his feet on the matter. I also doubt that any of us have been around the true power holders. So we are in the dark about them.


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  • Jebus Jebus

    When the insane go insane…

    A World Awash in a Nuclear Explosive?

    Already, the world has accumulated approximately 490 metric tons of plutonium, enough for about 81,600 nuclear weapons similar to the bomb dropped on Nagasaki, in the 73 years since specks of plutonium were first synthesized at the University of California, Berkeley.

    http://www.truth-out.org/news/item/22531-a-world-awash-in-a-nuclear-explosive

    rinse, repeat…


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  • A New Mexico person asked me, what is the real deal with WIPP that a lay person can understand?

    I pondered the question and spent 3 hours writing up a summary, check it out and spread the word…..Please.

    http://nukeprofessional.blogspot.com/2014/03/wipp-nuclear-disaster-in-2014-in-new.html


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  • Capt. Nemo Capt. Nemo

    The gall and immorality of these power holders is absolutely amazing. They can stand in front of a large crowd and tell the biggest fibs. And look the part of veriest truth. I can't even tell the people who call to sell me something a lie. Lies damage the mind. The exception would if I perceive a threat . . . there are justified falsehoods. But I doubt someone is holding a gun to their heads. To Obama's, yes. To Harry Reid's, of course. To a David Rockefeller, no. There are not many Stalin's. Or Mao's. So fear can inspire a lie. And the infernal craving for power and control. And there you have it. Nuclear power is an integral part of their plan. They need the bombs. They like the by-product. They don't feel threatened in the way that many here do.


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    • Socrates

      The alpha male and the Stockholm syndrome… one ape got a nuke and threatened all the others; they all bowed down and even "loved" the alpha male who threatens them.

      What I am saying is straight out of anthropology and psychology.

      The pecking order was established. He who has the biggest nuke wins.


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      • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

        That would be correct, until all the alpha males have the same Nukes, and then it is as it should be, one or several of them must die…and it won't be pretty.

        There is always a pecking order and the order changes from time to time and our future will be no different..it's all very primal. :(


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      • Angela_R

        Socrates: "they all bowed down and even "loved" the alpha man who threatened them"

        perhaps I would substitute for the word "loved", 'awed by' (the alpha man;)
        which would fulfil the desire of Satan to be 'adored'.

        Recall the temptation of Christ:
        "All this I will give you, if bowing down you will adore me."


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  • Capt. Nemo Capt. Nemo

    Here is a peak at Power and how it operates. Excellent video:

    "Rule from the Shadows – The Psychology of Power"

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p8ERfxWouXs#t=2184

    It only takes a few minutes to see why something like Occupy fizzles. The power holders are very well organized and protected. Personally I think it would take a very great leader such as only comes along every few centuries to unseat them. I could be wrong.
    Sites like this are like bed bugs. A nuisance but not a threat. Something to use a pesticide on for a good nights sleep.


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  • clamshellernh clamshellernh

    My take on occupy …I was with occupy thru and thru from beginning to end , no leaders does not work . Strong organizers fight . We were infiltrated , Christ we would have a ga for six hours arguing about a color to wear to a demo ..simple things were thought to death , egos ran riot . I am however glad to have been part of it many have went back to there communities with more strength ..but no for many many reasons it was doomed . I do not really think it could have ever taken over the powers that be . The model was too easily twisted , within. A week the facilitators knew how to get what they wanted by directing the flow . Sad ..but what it really did was open up discourse and that was the win . I have also made a lot of valuable connections and life long friends with the same goals . I am sure I left a lot out.
    Anyone else's take .?


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  • dka

    the Japanese government will not investigate nor care.


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  • Occupant Occupant

    Helen, the nuclear industry are not right wingers, unless you meant the right wing in Japan. In America, I bet there are more liberals in the pro nuke camp than conservatives. But, both parties are two peas in a pod due to their debt spending and war. A true conservative would never allow a nuke plant to even be blue printed, along with no Federal government power over the citizens, no debts and no wars. This message, from a true old school paleocon.


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  • bo bo

    Just for sh*ts and giggles
    I have tried perhaps 15 times to post on this following article at this point and now I'm just doing it out of curiousity – at what point do the people monitoring these articles stop scrubbing comments ?

    http://www.japantoday.com/smartphone/view/national/u-s-scientists-expect-traces-of-ocean-radiation-from-fukushima-soon

    If interested, give it a shot – you've got shills saying things like:

    'google images of the Chernobyl victims – Do you mean the claimed victims most of whom have nothing to do with Chernobyl? What black substance? ( that is ) Fear mongering by people with agendas or seeking attention.'


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    • MT

      My post is removed too . There is this guy Mike o brian and he is pronuke , so any answer he can not cope with is getting removed.
      My post was there yesterday , today its gone and no explanataion . Extreme censorship , extreme propaganda from japantoday .


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      • GQR2

        That link is an object lesson in overt censorship,the thought police are given free reign and show their hand. The person you mentioned writes like a bot. People with critique and concern about the dangers of radiation and Nuclear Industrial Complex are deleted from Japan Today! The direction of the conversation pointed towards one pole,the false realities (lies) they want to impose on the uninformed about the Nuclear Radiation and what is going down at FukuShhh!

        Deletion of a comment may be benign compared to what this kind of fascist behavior on the part of mass media has been known to usher into practice with regards to the thought police in the past.

        i have to remind myself everyday,the paradigm has changed,is changing fast. Its not pretty.


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    • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

      They will never stop scrubbing comments and that is the sole purpose of moderators..there purpose is to control what brains receive and exactly like TV. :(

      Chosen/paid for/controlled for each of us.. Brain Candy!


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    • Putting things on top of over things.. the nuclear industry wins the award for putting useless things on top of useless things..

      http://youtu.be/1f-kfRREA8M


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  • dodge

    Knowledge is power. Control of the media and truth is essential for any group in power. The disinformation distributed to society is what allows the money interests and power brokers to maintain their control. The popular and acceptable word is SPIN – and it is used in everything from advertising, public officials managing crisis, to families or churches explaining the difficult situations that arise in life. Makes a person rethink the significance of that old proverb – "you shall know the TRUTH and the TRUTH shall set you FREE. My frustration in this nuclear situation is that even knowing the truth – actually reversing this growing crisis is difficult. Certainly change in leadership (power brokers and their philosophy) is a necessary starting point, but it is obviously going to be a very difficult battle.


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    • All of that 'control' is built on illusions, and is like building a house of cards. You can only build so long, and then the tiniest little thing makes it all go bye bye.. suddenly.

      This 'control' by the nuclear industry and the 1% can and will collapse suddenly one day, either by our choice and shifting paradigms or natural processes, like the FUKU mega disaster.

      We cannot fight against Nature and win, at least not for long.

      Nature wins in the end, long term, no matter what.

      Nuclear is fighting against Nature, and against the Life Force, called Orgone energy.

      The nuclear industry is claiming death can win over life, which is not possible; at least not in a way that is survivable by the human race.

      We need more life, more life force, not less of it.


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  • Nick

    clamshellernh…

    Occupy occurred AFTER 3/11.

    All that fallout affected the ability of humans to think clearly.

    Yes, occupy was infiltrated, but the reason it fizzled was because
    the timing wasn't right.

    Soon the time will reset itself and if we don't see martial law, public disobedience will increase.


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    • clamshellernh clamshellernh

      In boston we were blasted with radiation from cell shit in the area and some talked that they we're deliberately poisoning us , many were sick and went home . As far as the snipers go that does not surprise me and that was gotten from a FOIA after the camps failed .
      I also think it was made up as we went along too ..forever morphing
      I would rather go to rainbow than do another occupy ..


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  • From Forbes

    Let me be really, really clear – there is no concern whatsoever that radioactivity from Fukushima could ever harm America.

    Please visit and provide education to the Conca shill

    http://www.forbes.com/sites/jamesconca/2014/03/16/radioactive-fukushima-waters-arrive-at-west-coast-of-america/#comment-4257


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    • The pimps really like to use double words like low, low as if that increases credibility, LOL


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      • The problem with even mentioning violence in relation to anti nuclear thoughts or potential activities, is that gives the pro nuclear crowd ammo to go to the Homeland Defense or anti terrorist organization in any country and say;

        Arrest these terrorists who are promoting violence and terrorism!

        Stay with peace, and you win..

        promote and talk about violence, and you lose.

        Nuclear is all about killing, violence, secrecy, lies, fear and double dealing.

        Do the opposite.. and attract people to your peaceful, loving, calm and harmonious self.


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        • Doc, I don't think I have ever promoted violence

          But I do believe that a kind word and the known ownership of a gun will get someone who is thinking wrong to start thinking right.

          Perhaps our gun would be a class action lawsuit, or even individual civil suits against those who intentionally lie to hurt others.


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      • Johnny Blade Johnny Blade

        "The pimps really like to use double-words like low,low thinking it increases their credibility", Yeah like a certain sleazy,local used-car salesman infamously known for buying junks from auctions and paying the local kids sweatshop wages to detail the cars & make 'em look like new while he pours molasses & sawdust into the oil to silence the engine rod knocks that would otherwise indicate the engine was about to blow!!Always "low,low mileage"(turned over 4 times like the crap-o-meters on clunker nuke plants! The nuke-pukes & the "lowest of the low"used car salesmen have much in common!,Perhaps a cushy,high-paying,nuke-puke job is the ultimate reward for sales careers whose success is based on being able to deliver the goods when it comes to pathological liars & nuke companies send their job recruiters to find the low,low,lowest of their future management/PR prospects??!! It takes a "special breed" of loser to look a group of concerned townsfolk,some with youngsters in tow,and to maintain a cheesy,feigned smile while lying through their teeth whilst knowing that a good portion of the concerned audience being lied to will be sitting in an assigned chair with dozens of neighbors getting chemo-cocktail IV's infused into their bodies as a result of the nuke-puke,pimps line of bullshit(&internal shitium ingestion) they'd been fed 1-5 or so years earlier(??!TPTB spend more paying the pimps than they're willing to spend solving their many faults & failures,WTF??!! :(


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  • Mack Mack

    News to pay attention to:

    (Please learn to read between-the-lines of articles and ask “why”)

    Read these headlines and ask WHY is this really happening:

    >> Nuclear energy in Abu Dhabi (want to build 4 nuclear power plants)
    http://www.thenational.ae/business/energy/abu-dhabi-sets-nuclear-standard

    WHY?

    >> Two former Senators, one a Republican and one a Democrat, “are getting behind an industry-backed effort to raise the profile of nuclear energy and highlight the risks of closing power plants.”
    http://thehill.com/blogs/e2-wire/e2-wire/201170-former-senators-go-nuclear#ixzz2wbtzVYRS

    WHY?

    >> Hitachi is moving its rail business from Japan to the UK

    “The move is an unusual one for a Japanese company”
    http://www.bbc.com/news/business-26657455

    WHY?


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    • Yeah… WHY?

      "The Policy of the United Arab Emirates on the Evaluation and Potential Development of Peaceful Nuclear Energy, otherwise known as the Nuclear Policy, CONCLUDED that nuclear power emerged as a proven, environmentally promising and commercially competitive energy source compared to other options.

      The Nuclear Policy also emphasized the establishment of an independent, vigilant and effective regulatory body as being the cornerstone of a stable, credible, safe, and secure nuclear program."
      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nuclear_power_in_the_United_Arab_Emirates

      A culture of safety…
      http://www.enec.gov.ae/culture-of-safety/

      Building 4 NPP's (side by side) on the beach. Obviously, they haven't learned anything from Fukushima except how to better manipulate the media.

      US NRC
      What Do I Do in a Nuclear Plant Emergency?

      "If an accident occurs at a nuclear power plant near you, stay calm and listen to your local television or radio stations for updates and instructions from your state and local officials."
      – NRC

      You may receive one or more alerts to warn you of the situation once protection actions are initiated:

      · Sirens
      · A tone alert on your radio
      · A route alert from emergency responders
      (the “Paul Revere” method)
      · A robo-call from a public safety warning system
      (e.g., REVERSE 911®)

      > Unless the power goes out, then what? ;)

      http://www.nrc.gov/about-nrc/emerg-preparedness/in-radiological-emerg.htm


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  • The role of the CIA is to cause dissent and foment violence from within groups, so that those groups can then be pursued legally and dismantled.

    Trolls are just one way they do this through internal division and discord.

    Promoting violent actions and inducing people to actually perform those actions is another way.

    Threatening activists such as Helen Caldicott is another tactic.

    Do not stoop down to their level or buy into this..

    This is a war, make no mistake about it.

    But the weapons on our side are NOT VIOLENCE, nor talking about it.


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    • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

      The public should not talk about violence. This is largely because the public is outgunned. Even peaceful people who attempt to grow their own gardens and drink raw milk (for example) can see the barrel of a policeman's gun. Thats to say, the fascist powers are not going to give up to a peaceful non compliance of their ways and plans. They certainly dont give in to kind pleading or reason. When have the nuclear, agri biz, big pharma, big oil, big banker, land owner cartels been stronger? Indeed, dont talk about violence…or even catching rain water in your cistern (illegal in many western states) buying raw goats milk or bartering. You will see a backlash


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  • Not just violence, but also destruction… like anarchists…

    The crack down and arrests follow very quickly after this happens for any organization.. The mass media goes on a feeding frenzy for any violence or destruction ANYWHERE..

    Mass media news programming is the communication channel for the global corporations and monopolies such as nuclear. They use those 'news' outlets to squash the resistance, and any bottoms up movements, such as Occupy.


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  • All 'they' need is for ONE person to go commit some destructive act or violence against a person in the nuclear industry, and then also mention ENENews as being the one who suggested it, and it will be all over for this site and possibly everyone here.

    In this vein, ADMIN may want to consider deleting any references to violence, and/or destruction, as a protective measure and a future legal defense.


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  • Nick

    But the slow violence of radiation poisoning is not something the mass media has gone into a feeding frenzy about.

    The DU.

    The vast weapons waste.

    The electrical side's crap.

    Etc.

    How is the destruction of the biosphere NOT a violent act itself?


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    • Agreed; that is the violence which = low consciousness, based on illusions, egos, and separation thinking. It is huge egos with extreme hubris thinking that control, force, threats, money and power have REAL meaning in the larger sense of that word.

      The 1% is committing violence against Nature, which is a battle the 1% cannot win, ever.

      We are seeing and witnessing the death spiral of that ego based violence which eats itself, and cannot do anything but kill all those involved with it. Ego = death when not harnessed properly, like an out of control horse and carriage with no driver.

      But there is also a birth happening, as part of a birth of consciousness. The birth is based on intuition, heart centered actions, Oneness, peace, harmony, and acting in accord for what works for seven future generations, using ego only as it is harnessed by the a 'higher power'. Like a horse controlled by a rider…

      Helen Caldicott points at it specifically…


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  • debby lenz

    The worst form of Tyranny is the illusion of democracy. Japan is toast, and the western US is as well..

    What is to be done? Watch what you eat, No fish, No animal products, fruits and veggies from the southern hemisphere as well as only root vegetables. Greens rapidly absorb Caesium, so forget salads..
    I recommend CLAY..liquid Zeolite or Terramin..all from deep within the Earth..it pulls the radionuclides out of our systems, i am a west coast refugee..i drink clay everyday, still..and it helps..some symptoms are short term memory loss, mixing up letters & numbers etc..
    we all need to unite against our repressive government..limit our own electricity usage and have the courage to say NO to Nuclear, for ever..


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  • List Of Countries And Nations With NO Nuclear Power Plants Is Growing; via @AGreenRoad
    http://agreenroad.blogspot.com/2012/04/list-of-countries-closing-down-all.html

    Peaceful non violent protest, voting only for non corporate 1% funded politicians and civil disobedience are the keys to changing paradigms of monopolistic power and the 1% control..

    Violence only plants the seeds for more violence.

    The tree of violence contains the seeds for many more trees, and it only multiplies exponentially..

    The nuclear industry is a good example of the seeds of violence growing exponentially, and it all came out of a war..


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    • VanneV VanneV

      +100000000000 "it all came out of a war". Created by a psychopath (Oppenheimer) for use by psychopaths.

      We have to outlaw the use of depleted uranium also. It destroys the US by nuclear waste and nuclear power and the depleted uranium itself, and it destroys the countries attacked by depleted uranium and our own soldiers and their families. And they are putting the poison of depleted uranium in roads and golf clubs. And they want to put it in silverware, etc. The psychopaths have proposed nuclear energy is every car and every house. Radiation poisoning poisons the mind irreparably.

      “…Chelation therapy for fibromyalgia treatment can help eliminate built-up ionic substances such as lead, iron, calcium, magnesium, zinc, plutonium and manganese….”
      http://www.fibromyalgia-symptoms.org/chelation-therapy.html


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  • GQR2

    Helen Caldicott debunks rumour of death threats n Japan. :)
    http://nuclear-news.net/2014/03/22/dr-helen-caldicott-debunks-rumour-of-death-threats-in-japan/

    Reminder there is Fukushima Solutions Conference today and tomorrow here is the website and webcast links.
    http://www.fukushimasolutions.com/ Lots of good speakers including Steven Star and Helen Caldicott.

    http://www.liveonlocation.tv/


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