People living in parts of Fukushima Prefecture have been told not to drink tap water. Japanese officials say the radiation levels in the water are now higher that government safety limits.
The confusion comes from Japanese officials also saying that there is no immediate health risk from drinking the water.
Already, oil trading in Europe has seen oil prices jump $2.00 per barrel since Friday.
It is due to the attacks on Libya.
In a CNNMoney survey 16 out 23 leading economists say rising oil prices are the number one threat to any economic recovery.
Interestingly The Federal Reserve showed little concern over rising oil/fuel prices during […] Continue Reading…
While Germany abstained from voting on UNSCR 1973, it is going to help the U.S. bomb Libya anyway.
The German Luftwaffe will replace USAF/NATO units in Afghanistan, so those units can be used against Libya.
Chancellor Angela Merkel specifically mentioned replacing NATO AWACS units.
The German magazine Der Spiegel has published photos that show U.S. troops in Afghanistan taking part in “trophy killing” of Afghans.
“The guys in my group have murdered an innocent Afghan. He was my age. They planned everything out. I knew about it, but didn’t believe that it would actually happen. Almost everyone in […] Continue Reading…
Belgium (even though Belgium has been without an operating government for months now), Canada, Denmark, France, Italy (the main user of Libyan oil), Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom, United States, and Norway have announced their direct military action against Libya (in the form of actual attacks, or providing military support).
Arab League member Qatar said they […] Continue Reading…
“the African Union rejects the idea of foreign military intervention in Libya, regardless of its form.” -Mohamed Ould Abdel Aziz, President of Mauritania
At the current African Union summit, being held in Mauritania, union members are demanding an end to all military actions in Libya. The African Union is upset that a member of […] Continue Reading…
War isn’t free, and there is no true return on the ‘investment’ into war mongering. So how are those countries attacking Libya going to fund their operation? I have a suspicion, but in the case of the United States it’s not oil.
Notice that the lead countries in this act of war are; United States, […] Continue Reading…
People in the United Kingdom are taking to the streets to protest their government’s involvement in the attacks on Libya.
The Stop the War Coalition says the end result will not be the freedom of Libyans, but control by the western world. They also want to know why their country (U.K. aka Britain) […] Continue Reading…
“What we want is civilians’ protection not shelling more civilians.” said Amr Moussa, the head of the Arab League.
Moussa said international military actions have gone beyond any so called no fly zone, and are actually causing more civilian deaths. This is exactly what critics of the resolution warned of.
French president Sarkozy […] Continue Reading…
Swedish fashion chain Hennes and Mauritz AB says it had to closed nine of its 10 stores in Tokyo, Japan.
Employees were concerned about the nuclear crisis, and left. H&M operates more than 2,200 stores in 38 countries.