Monday, March 14, 2011

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Current status of the Gulf Stream ~ link 

Revolutions in North Africa and the Middle East - Who Really Benefits?  Will they continue to spread throughout the world in the wake of global food shortages, global depression, and Austerity Fascism?  by Lord Stirling ~ link 

'Making the Chicken Run' ~ link ~ A very good article that you should take the time to read.  Stirling    

David Icke - The Law of Attraction and the Fork in the Road ~ link ~ A series of mostly short videos that make you think about the nature of things.  Stirling    

Advanced Biological Warfare (article by Lord Stirling) ~ link ~ I have a link to a free movie on Hulu, BLACK DAWN: THE NEXT PANDEMIC, that is most interesting.  The movie is about the spread of a naturally occurring mutation in the H5N1 virus; a rather nasty mutation that kills up to 10% of those it effects.  I strongly urge people to take the time to view this movie, as it shows the impact of what a single naturally occurring virus mutation can do.  In reality, a global strategic Advanced Biological-based war would be at least ten-fold as bad and more likely a hundred-fold in its impact as the viruses would be military designer-created (recombination DNA) diseases with a much stronger kill ratio (90% or higher fatality level from an infection) and there would likely be many dozens of viruses released at the same time, instead of only one disease.      

Before we allow hardliners in Israel take us into yet another war, we need to take a very hard and realistic look at just what a war involving MAD on all sides would mean to Israel, to Europe, to North America and the entire world.  

Relaxation 'music' from the forest ~ link 

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A Third Japanese Nuclear Reactor Melting Down ~ link ~

The Fukushima I and Fukushima 3 nuclear reactors have both previously experienced explosions, and are in some stage of meltdown.
Today, Kyodo News reports:
Fuel rods at the quake-hit Fukushima ... No. 2 reactor were fully exposed at one point after its cooling functions failed, the plant operator said Monday, indicating the critical situation of the reactor's core beginning to melt due to overheating.
The utility firm said a hydrogen explosion at the nearby No. 3 reactor that occurred Monday morning may have caused a glitch in the cooling system of the No. 2 reactor.
Similar cooling down efforts have been taken at the plant's No. 1 and No. 3 reactors and explosions occurred at both reactors in the process, blowing away the roofs and walls of the buildings that house the reactors.
It is feared that the No. 2 reactor will follow the same path. To prevent a possible hydrogen explosion at the No. 2 reactor, TEPCO said it will look into opening a hole in the wall of the building that houses the reactor to release hydrogen.
There are problems at a total of 6 Japanese nuclear power plants.

Meltdown alert at Japan reactor ~ link ~
The key question is 'will these partial meltdowns become total meltdowns'.  The 'hot nuclear material', in a total meltdown goes through the earth's crust until it hits very hot molten mantel material, contaminating any groundwater that it hits.  Stirling   
DigitalGlobe satellite photograph shows the earthquake and tsunami-damaged Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant on 14 March 2011 A satellite photo of the Fukushima Daiichi plant showed the damage done to reactors 1 and 3, where there was an explosion on Monday
The fuel rod exposure at Fukushima Daiichi number 2 reactor is potentially the most serious event so far at the plant.

A local government official confirmed the fuel rods were at one point largely, if not totally exposed; but we do not know for how long. Without coolant around the rods, temperatures can rise to hundreds of degrees Celsius, almost certainly resulting in some melting.

This opens the possibility of a serious meltdown - where molten, highly radioactive reactor core falls through the floor of the containment vessel and into the ground underneath.

Tide of bodies overwhelms quake-hit Japan ~ link ~  

AP/Kyodo News
A tide of bodies washed up along Japan's coastline Monday, overwhelming crematoriums, exhausting supplies of body bags and adding to the spiraling humanitarian, economic and nuclear crisis after the massive earthquake and tsunami.

Millions of people faced a fourth night without water, food or heating in near-freezing temperatures along the northeast coast devastated by Friday's disasters. Meanwhile, a third reactor at a nuclear power plant lost its cooling capacity and its fuel rods were fully exposed, raising fears of a meltdown. The stock market plunged over the likelihood of huge losses by Japanese industries including big names such as Toyota and Honda.

On the coastline of Miyagi prefecture, which took the full force of the tsunami, a Japanese police official said 1,000 bodies were found scattered across the coastline. Kyodo, the Japanese news agency, reported that 2,000 bodies washed up on two shorelines in Miyagi.

Quake ravaged Japan battles against nuclear meltdown ~ linkJapanese engineers raced to prevent a meltdown at a stricken nuclear plant on Tuesday, as rescuers scrambled to help millions left without food, water or heating by a devastating earthquake and tsunami.

A second explosion rocked the Fukushima nuclear complex on Monday and rapidly failing water levels exposed fuel rods in another reactor, but the United Nations' nuclear watchdog said the crisis was unlikely to turn into another Chernobyl.

"It's a scene from hell, absolutely nightmarish," said Patrick Fuller of the International Red Cross Federation from the northeastern coastal town of Otsuchi.

Japan's nightmare gets even WORST: All THREE damaged nuclear reactors in 'meltdown' at tsunami-hit power station ~ link
  graphic Enthusiasts for atomic power are today, inevitably, on the back foot. Those who argue that in the normal course of things nuclear energy is the safest and most reliable form of energy have to contend with a single word: ‘meltdown’.
This is a scenario that brings dread to the hearts of nuclear engineers – an uncontained chain reaction in a reactor core, a blob of molten radioactive metal burning its way out of the containment chamber and a massive release of radioactive fission products such as iodine-131 and strontium-90 into the environment.
It was a partial meltdown which led to the Three Mile Island accident in Pennsylvania in 1978, and a similar explosive breakdown that caused the 1986 Chernobyl disaster.

  Three days of nuclear nightmare

Gulf states send military force to Bahrain to support the monarchy following protests ~ link ~ link ~
They will NOT allow the overthrow of the Royal Family there and are determined to stop the wave of what I call the 'Domino Revolutions' organized by the US State Department/CIA/Mossad and the global banking cartel.  Stirling    
Bahraini anti-government protesters place concrete roadblocks on the motorway to Pearl Square in Manama Anti-government protesters place roadblocks on the motorway to Manama's Pearl Square
Troops from a number of Gulf states, including Saudi Arabia, have arrived in Bahrain in response to a request from the small Gulf kingdom, officials say. It comes a day after the worst violence since seven anti-government protesters were killed in clashes with security forces last month. Dozens of people were injured on Sunday as protesters pushed back police and barricaded roads.

A Saudi official said about 1,000 Saudi Arabian troops arrived in Bahrain early on Monday. The UAE also said it would send troops, the AFP news agency said. Witnesses told the Reuters news agency that about 150 Saudi Arabian armoured troop carriers plus other vehicles entered Bahrain on the causeway that links the two kingdoms. The troops are part of a deployment by the Gulf Co-operation Council (GCC), a six-nation regional grouping which includes Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar and the United Arab Emirates.

Yemen unrest: Morib Governor stabbed amid protests ~ link ~ Ahmed Naji al-Zaidi was stabbed in the neck by armed men who attacked his convoy, BBC Arabic reports. He is being treated in the capital Sanaa.

Weeks of protest against President Ali Abdullah Saleh's 32-year rule have left about 30 people dead. Six people were killed in clashes with riot police in Sanaa on Saturday.

Libya jets bomb rebels, French press for No-Fly Zone ~ link ~ Make no mistake about it, a No-Fly Zone is the creation of a new Middle East/North Africa WAR.  That is the last thing that the economies of Europe and North America need.  However, the global banking cartel wants more war, more chaos, more economic meltdown for its End Game strategy to implement its long-sought satanic New World Order.   Stirling     

Libya No-Fly Zone is feasible, says David Cameron ~ link ~ So PM, how much good have the two current wars in the Middle East done for Britain???  Stirling    

David Cameron David Cameron said pressure on Colonel Gaddafi's regime should not be reduced


Libya intervention brings huge risks ~ link ~ Yep!
As debate continues over whether the international community should intervene in Libya, in particular by imposing a no-fly zone, Washington commentator Steve Clemons argues that such a move could bring enormous political risks for little return.

Libya: Rebels say Brega retaken from Gaddafi troops ~ link
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Rebel forces in Libya say they have retaken the eastern oil town of Brega, capturing a number of elite government troops and killing others. The statement has not been independently confirmed. It came hours after the rebels had themselves been driven from the town by air and ground attacks by forces loyal to Libyan leader Col Muammar Gaddafi.

Elsewhere, the rebel-held town of Ajdabiya is reported to have come under heavy aerial bombardment.

Israel's New 'Revenge' Settlement Expansion Spark Anger ~ link ~ But the peace deal, realistically, has been dead for months, and the far-right government in Israel seems more interested in pledges that will satisfy its settler-heavy voting base than moves that might resurrect the process.

To that end, Interior Minister and Shas head Eli Yishai tried to outdo the revenge settlement announcement by proposing that the government set up an official policy of 1,000 new settlement houses for every person killed in the West Bank. Fellow Shas member Housing Minister Ariel Atlas embraced the call, adding that the killings were a great opportunity to “change the ratio and build in Jerusalem and Judea and Samaria.”

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