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  • Aftershocks occurred over 85 times by 11am of 23rd Nov after M7.4
    Following up this article.. [Breaking] M7.3 Fukushima offshore / 3m of Tsunami is coming / Fukushima plant status unknown [URL]   According to JMA (Japan Meteorological Agency), they observed over 85 The post Aftershocks occurred over 85 times by 11am of 23rd Nov after M7.4 appeared first on Fukushima Diary.
  • Marine radiation monitoring post down after M7.4
    Following up this article.. [Breaking] M7.3 Fukushima offshore / 3m of Tsunami is coming / Fukushima plant status unknown [URL]   In the evening of 11/22/2016, Tepco announced the radiation monitoring The post Marine radiation monitoring post down after M7.4 appeared first on Fukushima Diary.
  • Coolant system of DAINI SFP3 rebooted
    According to NRA (Nuclear Regulation Authority), Tepco rebooted the coolant system of SFP 3 of Fukushima DAINI at 7:47AM (JST). Tepco explains that the tank water level related to SFP The post Coolant system of DAINI SFP3 rebooted appeared first on Fukushima Diary.
  • Coolant system of SFP3 in Fukushima DAINI got automatically suspended / 2544 fuel assemblies stocked
    According to Tepco, Fukushima DAINI‘s spent fuel pool of Reactor 3 had its coolant system suspended automatically. It stocks 2,360 spent fuel assemblies and 184 new fuel assemblies. No more The post Coolant system of SFP3 in Fukushima DAINI got automatically suspended / 2544 fuel assemblies stocked appeared first on Fukushima Diary.
  • [Breaking] Iwaki city coastal area overly jammed / Run by foot now
    Following up this article.. [Breaking] M7.3 Fukushima offshore / 3m of Tsunami is coming / Fukushima plant status unknown [URL] A local posted on twitter that the coastal area of Iwaki The post [Breaking] Iwaki city coastal area overly jammed / Run by foot now appeared first on Fukushima Diary.
  • [Breaking] M7.3 Fukushima offshore / 3m of Tsunami is coming / Fukushima plant status unknown
    According to JMA (Japan Meteorological Agency), M7.3 occurred Fukushima offshore at 5:59 AM (JST). The depth of epicenter was 10km. They are warning 3m high Tsunami is reaching the coastal The post [Breaking] M7.3 Fukushima offshore / 3m of Tsunami is coming / Fukushima plant status unknown appeared first on Fukushima Diary.
  • Another leukemia case was approved as an industrial accident
    On 8/19/2016, MHLW (Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare) announced a Fukushima worker’s leukemia was approved as an industrial accident. The worker is male in 50s. He repaired the machine The post Another leukemia case was approved as an industrial accident appeared first on Fukushima Diary.
  • Fukushima government objects against building sarcophagus on Fukushima plant
    On 7/15/2016, Fukushima prefectural government objected against the plan to build a stone coffin on Fukushima plant to METI (Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry).   2 days before, Nuclear Damage The post Fukushima government objects against building sarcophagus on Fukushima plant appeared first on Fukushima Diary.
  • Tepco decided to ask JP Gov for covering the decommissioning cost
    On 7/28/2016, Tepco announced they decided to ask the government of Japan for financial support regarding decommissioning. They also consider asking the government for supporting the cost of compensation and The post Tepco decided to ask JP Gov for covering the decommissioning cost appeared first on Fukushima Diary.
  • 960 Bq/kg of Cs-134/137 detected from wild boar in Fukushima
    According to MHLW (Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare), 960 Bq/Kg of Cesium-134/137 was measured from the meat of wild boar in Fukushima. The sampling date was 6/11/2016. This reading The post 960 Bq/kg of Cs-134/137 detected from wild boar in Fukushima appeared first on Fukushima Diary.
  • Biggest Fed Flip Flop in History-Gregory Mannarino
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com (Early Sunday Release) Analyst/trader Gregory Mannarino says the Federal Reserve just did an about-face on raising interest rates in a matter of weeks. Mannarino contends, “This is incredible and hard to get my head around.  This has got to be the flip-flop of all flip-flops.  At the last FOMC meeting, Janet […]
  • Trump Jr. Treason – NOT, Russian Lawyer Worked for Democrats, Fed Rate Update
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com (WNW 292 7.14.17)  There is still no there there with the Russian collusion story in its latest version featuring Donald Trump Jr. This looks more like an episode of “Punk’d,” but there is no crime and no treason according to renowned lawyer Alan Dershowitz.  What this really is all about is […]
  • Bitcoin Civil War Coming Soon-Kevin Lawton
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com Keven Lawton is a tech entrepreneur with 10 startups under his belt. He is also an expert in crypto currencies and sees a Bitcoin civil war coming soon.  Lawton says, “In Bitcoin, there are huge scalability issues in terms of transaction speed.  It’s been ongoing for years now.  There is a […]
  • North Korea ICBM Danger, Economic Update, DNC Server Still Hidden
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com (WNW291 7.7.17) North Korea celebrated the Fourth of July with a bang by successfully launching a brand new ICBM.  An emergency meeting was called at the UN, and the President said it was “dangerous” and would have to be “dealt with.” The Illinois legislature has overridden the Republican Governor’s veto in that state to pass […]
  • Market Crash Coming – Insiders Run – Lynette Zang
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com (Early Sunday Release)  Market analyst Lynette Zang has deep Wall Street experience and is starting to see a worse setup than just before the 2008 market meltdown. Zang explains, “The dollar is weak.  All that is dog and pony.  The real thing is they can’t stimulate the economy by growing any […]
  • CNN Proven Very Fake News, Dollar Tanking, Yellowstone Could Blow
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com (WNW 290 6.30.17) A CNN producer and a top on air talent were both caught on hidden camera admitting the so-called Trump collusion story was a “nothing burger,” “pretty much BS” and was being followed “because of ratings.” Project VERITAS produced the videos that aired just after CNN was forced to […]
  • Consequence of Rigged Markets is Currency Crisis – James Howard Kunstler
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com  Author/journalist James Howard Kunstler has been in the writing business for decades and has never seen the geopolitical and economic landscape in America look like it does today. Kunstler explains, “I have never lived through a time, and it’s obvious I have lived a long time . . .  in American […]
  • War & Financial Calamity Two Biggest Trends – Gerald Celente
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com (Early Sunday Release) Top trends forecaster Gerald Celente thinks of all the things he studies, war and financial calamity are the two biggest trends he sees. The big game changer in the geopolitical global landscape is war coming from the Middle East.  Celente explains, “It’s the war against Iran.  That’s the way […]
  • Middle East Dog Fight, Economic Update Not Good, 6 Million Vote Illegally
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com (WNW 289 6.23.17) The Middle East had near dogfight aerial combat in the skies over Syria. The U.S. shot down a Syrian fighter jet and an Iranian drone.  Russia immediately halted cooperation with the U.S. in Syria, and warned it would “intercept” any aircraft in areas it controlled.  Russia also charged […]
  • Fed Trying to Cripple Trump Economy-Danielle DiMartino Booth
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com Financial expert and former top Federal Reserve insider Danielle DiMartino Booth says the latest Fed rate hike is nothing less than an attempt to make life worse for President Trump. DiMartino Booth explains, “They are trying to do the opposite of what they did a year ago because the people who […]
  • No. 899: June Industrial Production, Retail Sales, CPI and PPI
    (SGS Subscription required) • Weaker-Than-Expected Headline Reporting Continued, as Negative Revisions Plagued Headline Production and Retail Sales Data • Downside Implications for Both First- and Second-Quarter 2017 GDP • Above-or-At-Consensus Headline June Production and Manufacturing Gains Reflected No More than Heavy Downside Revisions to Prior Months • No End in Sight: Record 114 Months of […]
  • Tentative Schedule for Commentaries
        Wednesday, July 19, 2017 Housing Starts June-2017 07/19/2017   Thursday, July 27, 2017 Existing Home Sales New Home Sales […]
  • No. 898: June Labor Conditions, Money Supply M3
    (SGS Subscription required) • June Payroll Gain Was on Top of Upside Revisions • Nonetheless, Unadjusted Annual Payroll Growth Held at Low Levels Common to Periods Preceding Economic Recession • Headline Unemployment Remained Well Short of Common Experience • June 2017 Unemployment: U.3 Rose to 4.4% from 4.3%, U.6 Rose to 8.6% from 8.4% and […]
  • Commentaries News
    PLEASE NOTE: The next regular Commentary, scheduled for Wednesday, July 19th, will cover June New Residential Construction (Housing Starts) and preview the annual benchmark revisions to the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) due on July 28th. See Schedule for details.
  • No. 897: Trade Deficit, Construction Spending, Freight Index, Private Jobs Surveying
    (SGS Subscription required) • Second-Quarter 2017 Real Merchandise Trade Deficit Remained on Track for Worst Showing Since Second-Quarter 2007 • June Real-World Employment Conditions Continued in Annual Decline, Albeit at a Narrowed Pace Still Not Seen Since the Depths of the 2009 Collapse • In Ongoing, Low-Level Stagnation, May Freight Index Gained Year-to-Year, Holding Shy […]
  • No. 896: First-Quarter 2017 GDP, Third Estimate
    (SGS Subscription required) • Continued Nonsense in Gross Domestic Product (GDP) Reporting • First-Quarter 2017 Nominal GDP Did Not Revise; Upside Revision in Real GDP Growth, from 1.15% to 1.42%, All Was in Reduced Inflation, Which Revised from 2.22% to 1.94% • Real First-Quarter Gross Domestic Income (GDI) Growth, Theoretical Equivalent of the GDP, Revised […]
  • No. 895: May 2017 New Orders for Durable Goods
    (SGS Subscription required) • May 2017 New Orders for Durable Goods Continued the General Pattern of Weaker-than-Expected Headline Economic Reporting • Despite Downside Revisions to April, May Orders Declined for the Second Month, Both Before and After Inflation and/or Commercial Aircraft Orders • As Consensus and the Fed Forecasts Shift Towards a Contracting U.S. Economy, […]
  • No. 894: Economic- and Financial-System Conditions, May Household Income and Home Sales
    (SGS Subscription required) • U.S. Economy Is Turning Down Anew, Threatening Banking-System Stability, Likely to Roil FOMC Policy, with Sharply-Negative Impact on the U.S. Dollar and U.S. Equities, Spiking Inflation and Prices of Gold and Silver • Major Market Turmoil Increasingly Likely in the Near Future • Headline Economic Data in the Month Ahead Could […]
  • No. 893: May 2017 Housing Starts, Consumer Liquidity Update
    (SGS Subscription required) • May Housing Starts Plummeted on Top of Downside Revisions, Confounding Happy, Rebounding Consensus Expectations • Stagnant to Downtrending Activity Remained Shy of Recovering Pre-Recession Peaks by 52.0% (-52.0%) for Housing Starts and by 48.4% (-48.4%) for Building Permits • Consumer Liquidity Stresses Continue to Restrain Broad Economic Growth
  • No. 892: May Industrial Production, FOMC, U.S. Dollar and Gold
    (SGS Subscription required) • FOMC Faces Deteriorating Economic Conditions and Renewed Solvency Stresses in the Banking System • June 14th Rate Hike Could Be the Last One for This Cycle • U.S. Dollar Near a Peak? Gold Price Near a Trough? • Headline Unchanged Production and Drop of 0.4% (-0.4%) in Manufacturing Were Boosted by […]

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  • As ASEAN Shifts East, ISIS Follows
    Where US interests are threatened, ISIS coincidentally appears, threatening those standing in the way. What is behind this increasingly transparent pattern of geopolitical coercion?  As protracted warfare continues in southern Philippines between government forces and militants linked to the so-called “Islamic State” (ISIS), fears that the US is leveraging the terrorist group far beyond Syria and […]
  • Yet Another Incident on the Chinese-Indian Border
    The incident following the relatively shallow and bloodless one that happened in early June of this year in an area located on ​​one of the disputed sections of the Chinese-Indian border has this time resulted in a serious situation that has seen mutual demarches being organized along the lines of diplomatic and defense departments. In […]
  • US Hydrocarbon Racketeering Turns into an Expensive Headache for Washington’s Allies
    We’ve already touched upon the hydrocarbon racketeering strategies adopted by the Trump administration in a bid to put the US in the driving seat of the international politics once again. In a bid to lower the rigid criticism of Washington’s aspirations to secure energy dominance, the US President Trump has recently announced during the talks […]
  • Who Should Be Held Responsible for the Cruel Bloodshed in Syria
    It goes without saying that it’s mainly due to the unprecedented courage of certain journalists that go above and beyond to report the truth, we know that that there’s a whole list of Western countries that continue arming such radical terrorist groups as Jabhat al-Nusra and ISIS. On June 15, the UN report would release […]
  • Brzezinski Wanted NATO to Become the “Hub of a Globe-Spanning Web” of Security Pacts
    The end of May marked the death of a man who had been at the center of global affairs for decades. Zbigniew Brzezinski, born in Warsaw in the 1920s, was one of the most influential foreign policy advisers in the US, who also played a pivotal role in the drive towards further global integration. Brzezinski earned his Ph.D. […]
  • Britain is Determined to Drag Yet Another War Crimes Investigation
    London has always been particularly articulate when it comes to all sorts of discussions of various armed conflicts, yet it prefers to remain silent about the fact that it bears direct responsibility for provoking a number of them. In this regard, it’s safe to state that England has always been happy to lie when the […]
  • What Role Has Israel Played In the Refugee Crisis?
    Europe has been content to blame its current societal and economic decline on malfeasant leaders like EU Jean-Claude Juncker, German Chancellor Angela Merkel or France’s ex-president François Hollande. If the people of Europe only knew the real actors behind, Israel would not be unscathed in this whole Arab Spring charade. Yes, Europe has the Israelis […]
  • So You Don’t Want the Russians Interfering Then “Why Trade With India?”
    The dispute over alleged Russian interference in the US-election is about more than whether Trump broke US law by accepting donations from foreign nationals during his election campaign. It is about whether you can be on two sides at once when the country you are president of keeps insisting this is impossible. Recent efforts by […]
  • Trump’s ASEAN Policy Isn’t “Confused,” It’s a Continuation of Decades of Coercion
    In an effort to reinforce public perception that policy changes when a new administration assumes the White House, US and European analysts have made several attempts to push forward narratives describing US President Donald Trump’s foreign policy as “confused” or “unclear” in contrast to his predecessor, President Barrack Obama. However, upon closer examination, from the […]
  • On the Visit of the President of the Republic of Korea to the USA
    On July 2, President of the Republic of Korea Mr. Moon Jae-in returned home from the United States, completing his first five-day foreign visit after assuming office. During the summit, issues related to the settlement of the North Korean nuclear program, the functioning of the military alliance between Seoul and Washington, as well as a […]
  • 3/4 UK Graduates Will Never Repay Student Loans
    With tuition costs rising more than twice as quickly as consumer prices, a generation of recent college graduates are struggling to strike out on their own, burdened by a $1.4 trillion pile of debt that ineligible to be erased by the tonic of bankruptcy protection. Tuition costs have been blamed for nearly all of the […]
  • How "Nothing To Hide" Leads To "Nowhere To Hide" – Why Privacy Matters In An Age Of Tech Totalitarianism
    Via The Daily Bell, Would you allow a government official into your bedroom on your honeymoon? Or let your mother-in-law hear and record every conversation that takes place in your home or car – especially disagreements with your husband or wife? Would you let a stranger sit in on your children’s playdates so that he […]
  • "It's Raining Needles" Locals Frustrated As Opioid Addicts Litter Ground With Syringes
    Drug-overdose deaths rose 19% in 2016 to 52,000, making drugs the leading killer of American adults under 50. And all evidence suggests these totals have continued to climb in 2017, propelled by the worsening opioid epidemic or the fact that more dangerous opioid analogues like fentanyl and carfentanil are findng their way into the drug […]
  • Meet DiDi: China's Answer To Uber
    For better or worse, just about everybody has heard of Uber. Over the last few years, the ride-haling company has grown to dominate the market in the U.S. and beyond, currently operating in over 400 cities around the globe - despite significant resistance and outright bans in some places. DiDi, on the other hand, is […]
  • Car-Theft Ring In The Netherlands Has Stolen Nearly A Dozen Teslas
    Earlier this month, Tesla CEO Elon Musk unveiled the firs production model o the Tesla Model 3,  the company’s first sedan marketed toward  broader cohort of working Americans who had presumably balked at the price tag of the company’s older model. Musk sees a truly “mass market” car as insurance against the types of sales […]
  • San Francisco's Dirty Little Secret
    It's one of the most racially segregated cities in North America... Via Elaine's Idle Mind blog (h/t Climateer Investing), Good Zoning Laws Make Good Neighbors Three years ago, FT had an article praising Tokyo’s laissez-faire zoning laws. Landowners can build and demolish as they see fit; the rules are set at the national level, so […]
  • Spyin' Lyin' Susan Rice Backs Out Of Congressional Testimony, Second Last Minute Cancellation In A Week
    Content originally published at iBankCoin.com Former National Security Advisor Susan Rice abruptly canceled a Tuesday appearance in front of the House Intelligence Committee to discuss allegations that she requested the 'unmasking' of various members of the Trump campaign on behalf of the Obama administration. Rice's cancellation comes on the heels of another nix'd testimony from Glenn Simpson - […]
  • Dershowitz Blasts Hypocrisy Of "Liberals" Looking To Adapt Corruption Laws To "Get Trump"
    Over the past 9 months, as the media has launched an all out offensive on the Trump administration for crimes that have yet to be even identified with any level of specificity much less proven, former Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz has tried to be a voice of reason by appearing on numerous talk shows […]
  • Ron Paul Warns The Big Military Spending Boost Threatens Our Economy And Security
    Authored by Ron Paul via The Ron Paul Institute for Peace & Prosperity, On Friday the House overwhelmingly approved a massive increase in military spending, passing a $696 billion National Defense Authorization bill for 2018. President Trump’s request already included a huge fifty or so billion dollar spending increase, but the Republican-led House found even […]
  • How 1,000s Of Student Loans Worth Billions Are Getting Erased On A Technicality
    National Collegiate Funding (NCF) is an umbrella name for 15 trusts that collectively hold 800,000 private student loans, totaling some $12 billion in outstanding obligations.  The only problem is that roughly $5 billion worth of those loans, or over 40%, are currently in default (and you thought auto delinquencies were bad).  Now, ordinarily when a […]

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