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Archive for April, 2011 :


Cause for Alarm: HAARP, Fukushima Radiation and Agenda 21
April 30th, 2011

Deborah Dupre reveals why there is cause for alarm with the uncanny “timing” of the intertwined news about HAARP, the Fukushima radiation, and even Agenda 21.


Solomon: Shut Down Nuclear Plants Now
April 30th, 2011

Before the inevitable happens, there is a mounting call from almost everywhere in the country, California not exempted, that the government should shut down nuclear plants before it becomes another “Fukushima.”


Imminent Danger: U.S. Nuclear Reactors in Earthquake Zones
April 30th, 2011

Talk about courting disaster. At least five U.S. nuclear reactors are sitting on top of earthquake zones. Who didn’t tell who before the structures were built there?


There’s More to the Grand Canyon than Just Uranium
April 30th, 2011

The Grand Canyon is majestic, irreplaceable, and in dire need of protection from the nuclear power industry.


Why Can’t the World Choose Safe Energy?
April 30th, 2011

In the face of the nuclear crisis in Japan, and the negative impacts brought about by our long addiction to fossil fuels, it’s a wonder why the world hasn’t all together switched to safe energy yet.


Egypt Still Has A Lot to Do Concerning Animal Rights
April 30th, 2011

Egypt’s leading animal welfare activist says there is still a lot to do to grant animals with rights in the country.


Dutch Government Assigns Cops to Protect Animals
April 30th, 2011

The Dutch government is the first in the world to have police officers watching out and protecting animals from abuse.


Chinese Dogs Saved by Activists from Becoming Stew
April 30th, 2011

In China, stewed dog appears on restaurant menus regularly. But this one incident, around a hundred dogs were saved from the pot by animal rights activists.


Animals Are Insulted When They’re Called ‘Pets’
April 30th, 2011

Have you asked your dog or cat whether he or she wants prefers to be called as your “companion” rather than just a pet?


Mexican Legislators Want to Ban Bullfights
April 30th, 2011

Mexican Senators are working to ban bullfights and guarantee animal rights in Mexico.


Anchorage Assembly Wants Direct Involvement in Wind Power
April 30th, 2011

The Anchorage Assembly want to let its members get directly involved in negotiations to buy wind power to supplement Anchorage’s energy supply.


House Republicans to Reduce EPA Clout Over Arctic Drilling
April 30th, 2011

House Republicans say the Environmental Protection Agency’s air permitting process had “run amok.”


More Alternative Energy Funds — Northern Premiers
April 30th, 2011

Northern premiers called for more alternative energy funds during their annual forum in Yellowknife.


Federal Goons Terrorize Supplement Company
April 30th, 2011

In Duhmerika if you dare to offer natural medicines you could be the target of federal terrorist attacks.


Weather Specialists Told Not to Release Radiation Forecasts
April 29th, 2011

Another proof that the Japanese government is trying to suppress the flow of information so the public would not know the truth and intensity of the radiation crisis.


45 Children Still Kept in Town with High Levels of Radiation
April 29th, 2011

In what could be another heart breaking update from Japan, 45 children are still staying in three areas of Iitate, Fukushima, where high levels of radiation have been detected.


Women’s Radiation Risk Stressed by Chernobyl Survivor
April 29th, 2011

A former liquidator during the Chernobyl nuclear power plant disaster clean-up offers sobering warnings about radiation exposure, with particular cautions for women near the troubled Japanese nuclear plant.


Sri Lanka to Conduct Monthly Radiation Checks of its Sea Waters
April 29th, 2011

The government of Sri Lanka is not taking any chances with regards to radiation exposure because of the Fukushima nuclear disaster.


Dissatisfied Nuclear Adviser Resigns to Protest Japan’s Radiation Policy
April 29th, 2011

The radiation safety specialist’s resignation was in protest over what he calls “inexcusable” standards for school children in Fukushima Prefecture. And that he feels the standards are too lenient, while his advice has also been ignored.


California Cellphone Radiation Bill Undergoes 1st Reading
April 29th, 2011

The California Senate received for first reading a cellphone radiation bill requiring California retailers to inform consumers of the possible health risks of cellphone use.


Groups Demand True Data on Fukushima Radiation
April 29th, 2011

An environmental group, an association of physicians, and a nuclear radiation watchdog organization, are demanding the truth about the real score on radiation releases.


Avoiding GMOs: Another Secret to Improve Your Health
April 28th, 2011

Take control and ensure your body’s health and wellness by eating food that is GMO free.


State Rep Calls for GMO Products Labeling
April 28th, 2011

A State Representative from Milford, CT is supporting calls for GMO products labeling, which would allow residents the ability to choose whether or not to purchase GMO items.


EU Courts Disliked France’s GMO Ban
April 28th, 2011

France used a defunct legal framework when introducing its ban on cultivation of Monsanto’s GM maize variety MON810. The opinion indicates that Paris is clearly in breach of EU rules.


Minsk Police: Giving Food to the Poor is an “Unauthorized Action”
April 28th, 2011

The traditional street food giving in Minsk, organized by the group Food Not Bombs, was foiled by police who considered the initiative as an “unauthorized action.”


The Eco-Friendly “1 Ton Challenge” Campaign is On
April 28th, 2011

Here’s a brilliant way to reducing your carbon impact and participate in the development of future renewable projects.


Come Hell or High Waters, Whale Protection Continues
April 28th, 2011

In spite of the recent crisis Japan is facing, the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society will continue to pursue Japanese whalers should they operate again in December, because, it says, “natural disasters cannot be used as a justification for illegal activity.”


Fishing Boat Stands Against Warship and Oil Drillers
April 28th, 2011

Not even a warship was able to stop an Iwi fishing boat protecting their “tribal waters” from the destructive oil drilling.


A Million Disgusted Voices Against Monsanto
April 28th, 2011

If you are fed up with all the “poison” foods in the market produced by Monsanto and other franken companies, this is the opportunity to make your point known along with a million others.


FCC Hiding the Truth About Risk of Cell Phone’s Radiation Levels
April 27th, 2011

If you ask the FCC whether your celfone’s radiation levels are safe or not, they won’t tell you the truth, because according to investigators from EWG, the FCC is putting industry desires before public well-being.


Island Province in the Philippines to Declare “Independence”
April 27th, 2011

As an act to signify a Philippine island Province’s “declaration of independence from fossil fuels,” a solar, wind, and pedal powered train will ply its major thoroughfare during the country’s Independence Day celebration.


U.S. Federal Drug Trafficking Exposed
April 26th, 2011

The CIA and DEA have long been actively involved in the drug trade and now evidence shows that Homeland Security is also involved in the operations.


A Government of Monsanto, by Monsanto, and for Monsanto
April 23rd, 2011

With help from the FDA and USDA, the biotech industry is trying to completely take over our food supply with genetically modified ingredients, irrespective of the wishes of “we the people.”


Unlearning from Chernobyl: Lies and Unanswered Questions
April 22nd, 2011

It seems that the world hasn’t learned from the Chernobyl disaster. Or maybe it has learned another thing — how to hide the truth about the dangers of nuclear power plants.


Another Election Issue: Animal Welfare
April 22nd, 2011

A letter sender expresses her thoughts on why animal welfare should be one of the talking points during election.


Congress Tinkers with the Endangered Species List
April 22nd, 2011

For the first time ever, the US Congress, probably with nothing better to do, has removed an animal from the Endangered Species List, a process typically done by a federal, non-political, science-based agency.


Animal Rights Org Accuse Biotech Company of Abuse
April 22nd, 2011

A national animal rights organization is targeting a Santa Cruz company for what it calls serious violations of the Animal Welfare Act.


Even with Prop B Compromise, Future is Still Unsure
April 22nd, 2011

For both sides in the battle over Proposition B, the clock is now ticking.


The Problems of Nunavut: Price of Modernization?
April 21st, 2011

Canada’s The Globe and Mail has published an extremely long, multi-part project exploring a tough question: Has the creation of Nunavut been a failure? Since the territory was established 12 years ago, its violent crime rate has doubled and continues to worsen.


Polar Bears Get Help from Conservationists in Habitat Lawsuit
April 21st, 2011

Three conservation groups have intervened in defense of polar bear critical habitat in lawsuits filed by the oil industry and the state of Alaska, the Center for Biological Diversity said.


Waiting for the Spark
April 21st, 2011

What could start a popular resurgence in the US country against the abuses of concentrated, avaricious corporatism?


Time to Put an End to Global Arms Trade
April 19th, 2011

Oxfam International looks into why we need to put an end to global arms trade or even just a global Arms Trade Treaty.


Group Continues to Feed Homeless Despite Court Order
April 19th, 2011

A federal appeals court ruled against the group, Orlando Food Not Bombs, who want to establish that feeding the homeless is an act of political expression fully protected by the First Amendment.


The Slaughter has Begun in the Ferocious Isles
April 19th, 2011

The barbarian butchers of the Danish Protectorate of the Faeroe Islands have begun their ghastly slaughter early this year with the bloody slaughter of 60 defenseless pilot whales.


520 Dogs Saved by Chinese Rights Activists from Death
April 19th, 2011

In a somewhat unlikely place for activism, over 200 internet savvy Chinese animal rights activists rescued 520 dogs en route to a slaughter house.


iPad Ad Tells Gruesome Reality of the Fur Trade
April 19th, 2011

Now even the most modern gadget can be a medium for animal rights advocates to tell the gruesome reality of the fur trade.


Fukushima Disaster 101
April 16th, 2011

Fukushima is just one among many similar disasters waiting to happen worldwide; governments and regulators have systematically downplayed the risks and hidden the real costs of nuclear power; there is no place for nuclear in a truly green energy portfolio.


The Real Housewives of Wall Street
April 15th, 2011

Why is the Federal Reserve forking over $220 million in bailout money to the wives of two Morgan Stanley bigwigs?


Nader Calls for Investigation of Freddie & Fannie Scam
April 12th, 2011

Ralph Nader is still watching out for Americans by calling for an investigation of the abuse of stockholders in Fannie May and Freddie Mac.


China Calls Out US on Internet Freedom
April 12th, 2011

In a classic case of the pot calling the kettle black, the Chinese government has released a report accusing the US government of human rights double standards where the Internet is concerned.


Airport Scanners Increase Cancer Risk
April 11th, 2011

The new security whole-body scanners being installed at airports increase the risk of cancer for passengers, researchers claim.


Sea Shepherd Partners with Palau to Protect Sharks
April 11th, 2011

Sea Shepherd has reached an agreement with the Republic of Palau to help defend the world’s first shark sanctuary.


Watchdog Condemns Synthetic Additives in Organic Food
April 9th, 2011

The USDA allows a wide range of toxic substances to be added to ‘organic’ products, rendering the label mostly meaningless. Some people are fighting back.


Organic Famers Sue Monsanto
April 9th, 2011

A group representing family farmers is suing Monsatano preemptively to protect themselves from being accused of patent infringement should they ever become contaminated by Monsanto’s genetically modified seed, something Monsanto has done to others in the past.


Poison Food Corps Control Brit Food Policy
April 9th, 2011

Fast food companies like McDonald’s and KFC, as well as PepsiCo, Kellogg’s, and Mars created Britain’s official policy on obesity, alcohol and diet-related disease.


Cellphone Companies Are Tracking Us Without Our Knowledge
April 9th, 2011

You will be shocked to find out that cellphone companies have a record of your whereabouts, whether you’re on a vehicle or at home.


Nightmare in Canada: a Harper Majority
April 7th, 2011

Canada’s government recently collapsed in a vote of no confidence and the politicos are scrambling to get more of their own dogs back in the ring.


Western Complicity in Saudi-Backed War Crimes
April 7th, 2011

There are few dictatorships more brutal than America’s pal Saudi Arabia.


US Nuclear Power Plants Not Really Safe
April 7th, 2011

While the US nuclear industry and its poodles in Washington assure the public that a Fukushima disaster coud not happen in the US, they secretly believe otherwise.


Some Justice in New Orleans
April 1st, 2011

Killer cops in New Orleans who murdered people in the aftermath of hurricane Katrina are finally starting to face some small measure of justice, however, the police and judicial system in New Orleans is still rotten to the core.


Fracking the Wind River Country
April 1st, 2011

The natural gas industry is poising the water table in almost every place it does well-fracking.


Nader’s Letter to Energy Secretary Steven Chu
April 1st, 2011

Steven Chu is the nuclear mafia’s bought-and-paid-for buddy, but that hasn’t stopped Ralph Nader from speaking his mind about it.


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