Daily Archives: November 7, 2013

Japan To Begin Removal Of Fuel Rods From Fukushima Plant – 7 November 2013

RT logoTEPCO is preparing to begin the dangerous task of extracting over 1,500 nuclear fuel rods from the Japan’s Fukushima nuclear plant. The risky operation is an essential step in to stabilize the site, in a process that could take decades.

Removing the spent fuel from a pool inside the Fukushima Daiichi plant’s fourth reactor presents significant risks given the radioactivity of the rods is 14,000 times more than what was released during the 1945 Hiroshima bombing. A slight mishap could release a huge amount of radiation into the atmosphere.

The removal of fuel is part of regular work at any nuclear power plant, but “conditions are different from normal because of the disaster,” said company spokeswoman Mayumi Yoshida.

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Peter, Lucas And Colin – Double Dutch Radio Show Reminder For Friday 8th November – 7 November 2013

ddlogoFriday 8 th November 2013 SHOW REMINDER – LISTEN IN.

TODAY on the the times shown here.

Friday the 8th November. is our new radio show episode, make a note and listen in! Call in with your questions!

Show starts NewYork -EDT at 6.00 am – in mainland Europe, CEST 12.00 pm – and  22.o0 pm Canberra Australia EST time. Continue reading

British Defense Giant BAE Systems To Cut 1,775 Jobs, Stop Shipbuilding At Portsmouth – 7 November 2013

RT logoBritain’s BAE systems have decided to axe more than seventeen hundred jobs, and end 500 years of shipbuilding in Portsmouth. Prime Minister David Cameron insists the move is in the ‘national interest

BAE said it would cut 1,775 jobs across its naval ships business, with 940 jobs lost in Portsmouth  and a further 835 in Glasgow, Rosyth  and Filton, near Bristol.

The Govan and Scotstoun shipyards on the Clyde in Scotland will continue shipbuilding.

The company says the job losses are primarily due to an overall slowdown in UK shipbuilding, which in case of BAE was coupled with rising costs and a poor order book.

The financial burden on BAE has been rising as the costs for building two new aircraft carriers for the Royal Navy. The price tag for the flagship project has added another £800 million, driving it a total of £6.2 billion.

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CommonDreams – Revealed : AT&T Offers CIA Subpoena-Free Access…For A Price – 7 November 2013

common-dreamsOngoing program allows intelligence agency to review global database for $10 million a year

– Jon Queally, staff writer

If you want access to the overseas communication data held by one of the nation’s largest telecommunication firms, you can get it… for a price. Continue reading

Lisa Gawlas – ET’s Surrounding Us, Changing Politics, And Loving Adventures! – 7 November 2013

lisagawlas2Just… WOW!  Ya ever have a day that is just so incredible, that you want to put some in a bottle and save it for another day too.  It really started its acceleration when my son called me to ask if I could do some dream interpretations for one of his employees.  Excite my heart will ya, god I miss “working” so very much and the intimate connections of spirit within those sessions.  I was shocked at how easy it was to tap into his employee and go beyond the dream interpretation.  If the days weren’t so unpredictable and filled with constant incoming company, I might actually could do a few readings, but I also know, it is not time for that… yet, not until my heart and feet are back in New Mexico. Continue reading

Egypt.com – Troops In Egypt Sinai Arrest 11 Suspects, 15 African Immigrants – 7 November 2013


A joint force of Second Field Army troops, police and Central Security Forces have raided over 50 suspected extremist hotbeds in North Sinai, according to state media.

Fifty-five areas were raided by joint forces in villages close to Rafah, Sheikh Zuwayed and Arish. Eleven suspects, including five Palestinians, were arrested during the raids. Ten vehicles and 15 unlicensed motobikes were also seized. Nine houses allegedly belonging to extremists’ were destroyed.

Fifteen Africans, reportedly found without identity cards hiding out at a house in Rafah, were also apprehended. Authorities believe they were due to attempt to cross the border into Israel with the help of smugglers.

Almasry Alyoum

www.egypt.com / link to original article

TheAustralian – Australia Snubs Global Climate Talks, As Greg Hunt Stays Home To Repeal Carbon Tax – 7 November 2013

The Australian

AUSTRALIA will be represented by a diplomat rather than a senior minister at international climate talks in Poland next week aimed at securing an agreement to cut global carbon emissions.

Environment Minister Greg Hunt won’t attend annual United Nations climate change talks in Warsaw, saying he’ll be busy repealing the carbon tax in the first fortnight of parliament.

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Ray Kelly In The Running For JPMorgan Job – 7 November 2013

NY Post

By Mark DeCambre and Beth DeFalco

NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly, unwanted by Mayor-elect Bill de Blasio, is in the running for a top security job at JPMorgan Chase, sources at the financial giant told The Post.

The position would include overseeing the firm’s cyber-security, according to people familiar with the negotiations.

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Daniella Breen – The Matrix And The Magnetics – 7 November 2013

Uploaded on 6 November 2013 by Daniella Breen In this video I talk about a shift in my Ascension program. I also talk about the magnetics holding you to the old matrix and one of the ways to move beyond them. Here’s Me: Daniella Breen

Steve Lendman – Institutionalized Spying Targets Freedom – 7 November 2013

StevelendmanOut-of-control spying reflects America’s true face. At stake are fundamental rights too important to lose.

They’re gravely eroded already. They’re headed toward disappearing altogether. They may not survive much longer.

Everybody spies on everyone else. America likely does it best of all. It spies on friends and foes alike.  Continue reading