In case you still believe the Egyptian revolution was won by the people.

Mubarak is gone but Suleiman Israels friend and an old CIA asset specialised in torturing foreigners brought to Egypt by his old boss so I’m not surprised that the “New” Egyptian government made protesting a criminal act. The Egyptian cabinet approved yesterday a decree-law that criminalises strikes, protests, demonstrations and sit-ins that interrupt private or […]

Obama’s Bay of Pigs in Libya: Imperialist Aggression Shreds UN Charter

I admire Webster Tarpley. His memory for details and inside details is awesome and I couldn’t stand in his shadow for his ability to strategise and I can’t stand in his shadow were it concerns predicting the course of history. He correctly predicted Obama’s “election” and the subsequent  attacks on sovereign Nations under the guise […]

Germany’s Libya Contribution: Merkel Cabinet Approves AWACS for Afghanistan

Much is made from the German’s refusal to help out in Libya. That they would not help is of course just rubbish but what to do if you suspect you’re population doesn’t buy the involvement in yet another criminal war of aggression? Exactly, you help out in another already accepted war so your criminal mates […]

Japanese Nuclear Plant Operator Plagued by Scandal

This according to der Spiegel. For years, Tepco, the operator of the Fukushima power plant, has been widely criticized for deadly accidents and improper inspections. The Fukushima disaster is the tragic nadir in a history of poor management at the company’s nuclear facilities. It must have been a difficult day for Tsunehisa Katsumata. In 2003, the then-president of the Tokyo […]

Fukushima Engineer Says He Helped Cover Up Flaw at Dai-Ichi Reactor No. 4

Private business is business for profit. Do I need to say more? This from Bloomberg. One of the reactors in the crippled Fukushima nuclear plant may have been relying on flawed steel to hold the radiation in its core, according to an engineer who helped build its containment vessel four decades ago. Mitsuhiko Tanaka says […]