|Real radiation in Japan (source)|
I thought that rather than "cables from", I'd title my quick news posts as echoes of the class war. I am not there in almost any single case after all: just echoing what I read and vibes in my subjectively right frequency.
Today I will begin in East Asia because the Japanese nuclear catastrophe and criminal mismanagement is maybe the worst environmental disaster ever and will affect us all.
Japan: Nuclear Agency hides radiation results in children ··> ABC.
Japan: Decrease in white blood cells, headache, nausea, loss of hair in Sendai hospital ··> Ex-SKF.
When we wash their hair, it comes off in a clump.
Japan: Great documentary on the efforts of a dissident scientist to map the radiation (in English, from Ex-SKF):
China: riots at Qianxi (Gizhou). ··> BBC.
USA: anti-terrorism czar Richard E. Clarke, admits that CIA covered up 9/11 militants. ··> Washington's blog (incl. video of the striking declarations).
Libya: demonstration against NATO murder of dozens of civilians. NATO, which has a UN command of protecting civilian lives and nothing else, claims they were "legitimate target". ··> Protestation.org (video).
England: some interesting opinions on the riots:
- Nathaniel Tapley, An Open Letter to David Cameron’s Parents.
- Joe Thorne (at The Commune), ... or does it explode?
- Sukant Chandan (at Russia Today, video at PO), Cops protect the elite... never the people.
France: pickets of landowners attack fruit trucks from Spain (this can only happen if Sarko orders it, the Gendarmerie are definitively not at all any Keystone Cops). ··> Sare Antifaxista[es].
Spain: Nazi aggression against a monument to Miguel Hernández, the peasant poet, at Rosa Luxemburg Park of San Sebastián de los Reyes (Madrid). ··> Sare Antifaxista[es].
Basque Country: mayors perplex by the presence of Spanish occupation army in their towns and beaches in the midst of the Sumer. ··> Sare Antifaxista[es].
Greece: Athens city government gives municipal building to Nazi gang. ··> Contra Info.
World (opinion, ecology): Oliver Lee (at AlterNet): Monsanto's 5 most dubious contributions to the planet (saccharine, polystyrene, agent orange, bovine growth hormone and genetically modified seeds). [These Monsanto eco-terrorists are still at large and in good legal standing, mind you; they make the laws after all].
Technology: faster and cheaper way of generating hydrogen should help replace old polluting oil for water-producing combustible. ··> BBC.