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The Madrid Fault OWO Agenda # 2 March 24/11

Posted by Admin on March 27, 2011

http://www.galacticfriends.com/updates/whistle-blower/5560-the-madrid-fault-owo-agenda-1-march-2411.html

Thursday, 24 March 2011 12:56
The Madrid Fault OWO Agenda # 1 March 18/11 

The Gulf Oil Spill was a precursor to another OWO Agenda to destroy mother earth, raping resources and obliterating the stability and sovereignty of the United States & Canada. Just like the inside job of 911 & Katrina ! Nuclear energy is irresponsible and dangerous regardless how they spin the benefits! Tesla alternative safe energy sources have been available for decades! The information below will affect Canada so take the appropriate actions folks and do it now! Tami www.Galacticfriends.com

When plunder becomes a way of life for a group of men living together in society, they create for themselves in the course of time a legal system that authorizes it…and a moral code that glorifies it.”–Frederic Bastiat (yet it is insanity & cowardice Tami)

One World Order Exposed   6 min 47 seconds

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qRpn2LWRZgs

Navy Map Confirmed

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pDy8vYKKBzg 14 minutes   57 seconds

The New Madrid   28 minutes   59 seconds

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w8H5o6AnwW0&feature=player_embedded

Part 2     27 minutes   30 seconds

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KIF-h34_uuQ

John Moore what the Government isn’t telling you! Part 1- 12   9 min 35 seconds

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vpbiuKTtMZo

Part   2   9 min 36 seconds

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DjhfqFhDdIM

Part   3   10 min 43 seconds

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F6Ieca5utqo

Part   4   9 min 39 seconds

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=boJpBWazybg

Part   5   10 min 30 seconds

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2P7Ap68yo8Q

Part   6   9 min 41 seconds

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hTadznkpq94

Part   7   9 min 31 seconds

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j3yYDw_I-UQ

Part   8   10 min 41 seconds

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-8Dw9T_0bpw

Part   9   10 min 40 seconds

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zL6FckiDLww

Part   10   9 min 40 seconds

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1p3DAVMkDR0

Part   11   10 min 40 seconds

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zjgl5Bmi13U

Part   12   10 min 26 seconds

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uvJLtMlPgR8

Nuclear Nightmare

By Ralph Nader

http://www.nader.org/index.php?/archives/2251-Nuclear-Nightmare.html

he unfolding multiple nuclear reactor catastrophe in Japan is prompting overdue attention to the 104 nuclear plants in the United States – many of them aging, many of them near earthquake faults, some on the west coast exposed to potential tsunamis.


Nuclear power plants boil water to produce steam to turn turbines that generate electricity. Nuclear power’s overly complex fuel cycle begins with uranium mines and ends with deadly radioactive wastes for which there still are no permanent storage facilities to contain them for tens of thousands of years.

Atomic power plants generate 20 percent of the nation’s electricity. Over forty years ago, the industry’s promoter and regulator, the Atomic Energy Commission estimated that a full nuclear meltdown could contaminate an area “the size of Pennsylvania” and cause massive casualties. You, the taxpayers, have heavily subsidized nuclear power research, development, and promotion from day one with tens of billions of dollars.

Because of many costs, perils, close calls at various reactors, and the partial meltdown at the Three Mile Island plant in Pennsylvania in 1979, there has not been a nuclear power plant built in the United States since 1974.

Now the industry is coming back “on your back” claiming it will help reduce global warming from fossil fuel emitted greenhouse gases
Pushed aggressively by President Obama and Energy Secretary Chu, who refuses to meet with longtime nuclear industry critics, here is what “on your back” means:

  • 1. Wall Street will not finance new nuclear plants without a 100% taxpayer loan guarantee. Too risky. That’s a lot of guarantee given that new nukes cost $12 billion each, assuming no mishaps. Obama and the Congress are OK with that arrangement.

2. Nuclear power is uninsurable in the private insurance market – too risky. Under the Price-Anderson Act, taxpayers pay the greatest cost of a meltdown’s devastation.

3. Nuclear power plants and transports of radioactive wastes are a national security nightmare for the Department of Homeland Security. Imagine the target that thousands of vulnerable spent fuel rods present for sabotage.

4. Guess who pays for whatever final waste repositories are licensed? You the taxpayer and your descendants as far as your gene line persists. Huge decommissioning costs, at the end of a nuclear plant’s existence come from the ratepayers’ pockets.

5. Nuclear plant disasters present impossible evacuation burdens for those living anywhere near a plant, especially if time is short.

Imagine evacuating the long-troubled Indian Point plants 26 miles north of New York City. Workers in that region have a hard enough time evacuating their places of employment during 5 pm rush hour. That’s one reason Secretary of State Clinton (in her time as Senator of New York) and Governor Andrew Cuomo called for the shutdown of Indian Point.

  • 6. Nuclear power is both uneconomical and unnecessary. It can’t compete against energy conservation, including cogeneration, windpower and ever more efficient, quicker, safer, renewable forms of providing electricity. Amory Lovins argues this point convincingly (see RMI.org). Physicist Lovins asserts that nuclear power “will reduce and retard climate protection.” His reasoning: shifting the tens of billions invested in nuclear power to efficiency and renewables reduce far more carbon per dollar (http://www.nirs.org/factsheets/whynewnukesareriskyfcts.pdf). The country should move deliberately to shut down nuclear plants, starting with the aging and seismically threatened reactors. Peter Bradford, a former Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) commissioner has also made a compelling case against nuclear power on economic and safety grounds (http://www.nirs.org/factsheets/whynewnukesareriskyfcts.pdf).

There is far more for ratepayers, taxpayers and families near nuclear plants to find out.

Here’s how you can start:

1. Demand public hearings in your communities where there is a nuke, sponsored either by your member of Congress or the NRC, to put the facts, risks and evacuation plans on the table. Insist that the critics as well as the proponents testify and cross-examine each other in front of you and the media.

2. If you call yourself conservative, ask why nuclear power requires such huge amounts of your tax dollars and guarantees and can’t buy adequate private insurance. If you have a small business that can’t buy insurance because what you do is too risky, you don’t stay in business.

3. If you are an environmentalist, ask why nuclear power isn’t required to meet a cost-efficient market test against investments in energy conservation and renewables.

4. If you understand traffic congestion, ask for an actual real life evacuation drill for those living and working 10 miles around the plant (some scientists think it should be at least 25 miles) and watch the hemming and hawing from proponents of nuclear power.

The people in northern Japan may lose their land, homes, relatives, and friends as a result of a dangerous technology designed simply to boil water. There are better ways to generate steam.

Like the troubled Japanese nuclear plants, the Indian Point plants and the four plants at San Onofre and Diablo Canyon in southern California rest near earthquake faults. The seismologists concur that there is a 94% chance of a big earthquake in California within the next thirty years. Obama, Chu and the powerful nuke industry must not be allowed to force the American people to play Russian Roulette!
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