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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.
  • Depression then Hyperinflation Coming – Charles Nenner
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com Renowned geopolitical and financial cycle expert Charles Nenner says don’t believe the Federal Reserve when it says it expects “the strong performance of the economy will continue.” According to Nenner, it’s about to go the other way—down. Nenner explains, “Definitely, later this year, the interest rates are going lower, and it […]
  • Clinton Involved in Biggest Treason in History – Kevin Shipp
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com (Early Sunday Release)  Former CIA Officer and whistleblower Kevin Shipp says what Hillary Clinton did with her charity and Uranium One while she was Secretary of State was a crime for the history books.  Shipp explains, “Hillary Clinton used this to launder money in foreign banks so it wasn’t subject to […]
  • Strzok Testifies/Fights, Trump NATO/EU, Economic Warning
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com (WNW 343 7.13.18) Trump hating FBI agent Peter Strzok testified in front of Congress this week. Strzok tried to explain many uncovered Trump hating text messages to his girlfriend Lisa Page, but GOP lawmakers were not buying his excuses.  Republicans skewered Strzok while Democrats came to Strzok’s defense.  Strzok helped clear […]
  • Bond and Stock Markets a Bomb Waiting to Go Off – Gregory Mannarino
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com (Early Sunday Release) Trader/analyst Gregory Mannarino says the world is on the edge of big financial trouble, and he lays the blame at the feet of central bankers. Mannarino explains, “We have proof positive that the Federal Reserve and other central banks have, yet again, gotten it wrong. How many times […]
  • Democrats for Communism, Iran Nuke Deal Fraud Continues, Yield Curve Warning
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com (WNW 342 7.6.18) For years, I have been telling you the so-called Progressive/Democrats are nothing more than Marxist/communists. Top Democrats are now admitting this and proving me correct all alone. The Democrat Socialists of America have proudly announced on Twitter this week that “communism is good.” The head of the DNC, […]
  • Most Dangerous Market Ever – Michael Pento
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com  Money manager Michael Pento is sounding the alarm because we are getting very close to something called a “yield curve inversion.” Pento explains, “Why do I care if the yield curve inverts? Because 9 out of the last 10 times the yield curve inverted, we had a recession. . . . […]
  • Fed Waterboarding Deutsche Bank – Rob Kirby
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com (Early Sunday Release) Macroeconomic analyst Rob Kirby says there is a lot you are not seeing with all the bad news coming from Deutsche Bank (DB). You’ve seen DB stock hit all-time lows, the Fed downgrading them and flunking the bank on a recent stress test. Rob Kirby says it’s much worse […]
  • Trump Picks Another SCOTUS, Crimes Against Children, Banking Dangers Increase
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com (WNW 341, 6.29.18) President Trump will be picking another Supreme Court Judge because Anthony Kennedy is retiring soon. Trump will be picking from a list of about 20 people he compiled while running for President. Trump says he has added five names to the list. The Democrats say they will stop […]
  • Real Inflation Rate 10% Squeezing Consumers – John Williams
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com Economist John Williams says if Hillary would have won the 2016 election, we would “most likely be in a full blown depression.” The problems in the economy started long ago no matter who was elected. Williams says, “I would contend we were already in a recession at the end of the […]
  • Inflate or Die Ponzi Scheme – Bill Holter
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com (Early Sunday Release) Financial writer and precious metals expert Bill Holter thinks the long awaited debt reset has already started. Holter explains, “I think the reset is already in motion. . . . Credit is what created values and pricings that are incorrect. Just look at the Fed, they are talking […]
  • No. 960: June 2018 Consumer and Producer Price Indices, Real Earnings
    (SGS Subscription required) • June 2018 CPI-U and PPI Annual Inflation Rates Jumped to Respective New 75- and 79-Month Highs of 2.87% and 3.37% • Real Average Weekly Earnings Growth Stalled at 0.0% in June 2018, Unchanged both Month-to Month and Year-to-Year • Systemic- and Consumer-Liquidity Woes Have Intensified Sharply, Driven by Fed Tightening and […]
  • No. 959-B: Expanded Coverage of June Labor Conditions, May Trade Deficit and an Economic Update
    (SGS Subscription required) • Consumer Liquidity Stresses Intensify • Bias Factors Generated 45% of the 2.4 Million Payroll Jobs “Created” in the Twelve Months Through June 2018 • June Payroll Survey Gained 213,000 Jobs (up by 250,000 Net of Revisions), but Annual Growth of 1.6% Still Held in Recession-Signal Territory • In Contrast the Household […]
  • No. 959-A: June 2018 Labor Conditions, May Trade Deficit
    (SGS Subscription required) • Private Labor-Market Surveying Showed Continued Retrenchment in June 2018 • June Labor-Market Stress Remained at High Levels, Consistent with Headline Unemployment Much Closer to a Record High than Just Off a Record Low • June U.3 Unemployment Rate Rose to 4.05% from 3.75% in May, Up by 0.30%; Headline Gain of […]
  • Hyperinflation Watch No. 1
    (SGS Subscription required) • The United States Faces Eventual Hyperinflation, Unless the U.S. Treasury’s Long-Range Solvency Issues Are Addressed • Annual Growth Jumped in June 2018 M3 and M2, but So Too Did Inflation
  • No. 958: May 2018 Construction Spending and Benchmarking
    (SGS Subscription required) • Construction Spending Benchmark Revisions Were Net-Neutral, but Patterns of Activity Shifted to Show a More-Negative Current Economic Trend • May 2018 Inflation-Adjusted (Real) Construction Spending Held Shy of Its Pre-Recession Peak by 19.8% (-19.8%); Pre-Benchmarking, April 2018 Previously Had Been Down by 19.4% (-19.4%) • Revisions Flattened Out the Level of […]
  • No 957: May 2018 New Orders for Durable Goods, Third Estimate of First-Quarter GDP
    (SGS Subscription required) • May 2018 New Orders for Durable Goods Declined Month-to-Month, Both Before and After Consideration of Inflation and Commercial Aircraft Orders • First-Quarter 2018 Gross Domestic Product (GDP) Annualized Real Growth Revised Lower to 1.99% (Previously 2.17%, Initially 2.32%), Versus 2.89% in Fourth-Quarter 2017 • Hitting GDP Growth, Revised First-Quarter 2018 Net […]
  • Consumer Liquidity Watch - No. 2
    (SGS Subscription required) The content you have asked to look at is currently only available to SGS subscribers. You are most welcome to view the publicly available background articles on government statistics and other material on the Home and Archives pages. The Archives contain past subscription-only material which are now open to the public. If […]
  • No. 956: May 2018 Retail Sales, Production, Freight, Housing Starts, Home Sales
    (SGS Subscription required) • Some Hit Likely to Historical GDP Growth in Pending Revisions • 5.0% Jump in May Housing Starts Was Not Statistically Significant, but the 4.6% (-4.6%) Drop in the Leading Building-Permits Series Was • May Existing-Home Sales Tumbled Again, On Top of Downside Revisions to April, Down by 0.4% (-0.4%) Month-to-Month, 3.0% […]
  • Consumer Liquidity Watch - No.1
    (SGS Subscription required) • First Edition, with regular updates to follow.
  • No. 955: May 2018 Consumer and Producer Price Indices, Retail Sales, Production, Freight, FOMC
    (SGS Subscription required) • Shifting Interest-Rate Perceptions Boosted the Dollar, Intensifying Risks of the Day of Reckoning for the U.S. Currency and Financial Markets • May 2018 CPI-U and PPI Annual Inflation Rates Jumped to Respective 74- and 76-Month Highs of 2.80% and 3.11% • Rising Inflation Reflected Surging Gasoline Prices from Global-Political and Oil […]

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  • Donald Trump – Despised by Europe, Despises Europe
    Why is Europe full of hate for Donald Trump? Is it, perhaps, because millions could soon die in yet another of the senseless and horrible wars unleashed by the Western empire? Or is it because Europeans suddenly ‘saw the light’ and realized that they mistreated billions of innocent people throughout history; that actually all people […]
  • When did the Bill of Rights become a Bad Joke?
    “Land of the Free and Home of the Brave” … we have all heard the words. Unfortunately, as I just discovered, they don´t mean anything anymore. Once upon a time there was a First Amendment to the Constitution of the United States, the one about Freedom of Speech. Then there came the Fourth, which deals […]
  • Twitter Bot Armies Target Thai Politics
    It appears that the Western-backed opposition in Thailand is attempting to create the illusion of popular support online after failing repeatedly to create it in the streets of Bangkok, the nation’s capital. Hundreds of suspicious accounts either clearly bots and sockpuppet accounts, or exhibiting suspicious behavior have begun promoting pro-opposition propaganda in unison after nearly a year […]
  • Unrest in Southern Iraq
    As expected, following the victory in the Iraqi parliamentary elections of the Muqtada al-Sadr bloc, together with pro-Communist parties, a serious political crisis has broken out in the country, which has yet to form a government. The winning parties campaigned on a platform based on eliminating Iran’s dominating influence in the country and on initiating […]
  • Oceania Countries are Getting Drawn into anti-Chinese Games
    On 6 July the Associated Press (AP) Agency referred to official information sources from Australia and New Zealand in its announcement stating that during the upcoming Pacific Islands Forum (PIF) in September of this year, representatives from Australia and New Zealand are set to sign a new security agreement with other PIF members, with the […]
  • Who’s Terrorism? The Politics of Terror and Those Terrorists We Label Friends
    Although ‘terrorism’ has become a term our media, state officials, and politicians have grown accustomed to throw around – an expression, more often than not, of their respective world views, the word has yet to be defined objectively, and more to the point under terms the international community as a whole could get behind. Terrorism, […]
  • Syrian Armed Forces Stage a Final Assault of the so-called “Cradle of the Revolution”
    Today, the so-called anti-government opposition in Syria and those media sources that had been supporting those are in a state of disarray, as Damascus is retaking one village after another in the Daraa Governorate, a southern region of the Syrian Arab Republic. This region was perceived for the longest time as the “cradle of the […]
  • Facebook Caught Profiling American Traitors – Russia and Putin Blamed!
    In this report, I want to accomplish two goals. First, I want to come out and admit that I often wonder what it is like to be totally devoid of intelligence and good character and to possess only one paramount and defining trace of good – to be lucky as hell. Secondly, I want to […]
  • How Incompetent can a Modern Abettor State Grow?
    Over the last couple of years, London’s relentless determination to lecture each and every one from the so-called moral high ground has started chipping away at the reputation the UK once enjoyed upon the international stage. The British mainstream media, including leading outlets like the Times and BBC engaged in a full blown Russophobic frenzy on the eve of the FIFA World Cup-2018, […]
  • Batam Island — Indonesia’s Sorry Attempt to Create Second Singapore
    This time it was really supposed to work! The turbo-capitalist, anti-Communist and obedient Indonesia got so used to hearing bizarrely inflated compliments from its Western handlers, that it began to believe that it finally could do it – to build at least one dignified, livable urban center complete with sidewalks, public parks, public transportation, sport […]
  • Bernanke, Geithner & Paulson Warn: "We've Forgotten The Lessons Of The Financial Crisis"
    Late last month, the Fed declared that six of the country's biggest banks needed to scale back their plans for returning cash to shareholders to strengthen their capital buffers, a striking reminder that banks shouldn't be overeager to put the legacy of the financial crisis behind them. Perhaps this is why, during a private round […]
  • Germany's Dysfunctional Deportation System
    Authored by Soeren Kern via The Gatestone Institute, A court in Gelsenkirchen has ruled that deporting a self-declared Islamist - suspected of being a bodyguard of the former al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden - was "grossly unlawful" and ordered him returned to Germany. The case has cast a spotlight on the dysfunctional nature of Germany's deportation system, as well as […]
  • Amazon Now Accounts For 49% Of Online Retail
    Amazon will account for accounts for 49.1% of all online retail sales, up from 43% the year before, if they clear an expected $258 billion in sales this year. The stunning figure provided by research firm eMarketer is tempered by the fact that Amazon's near-majority share of online sales accounts for just 5% of all retail […]
  • RIMPAC-2018: What Makes It So Special This Year?
    Authored by Peter Korzun via The Strategic Culture Foundation, The US-organized biennial Rim of the Pacific (RIMPAC) is the largest international exercise held in and around the Hawaiian Islands and Southern California. The RIMPAC- 2018, the 26th exercise in the series, is running from June 27 to Aug.2 under the motto "Capable, Adaptive, Partners." It involves 46 […]
  • How A Central Bank Caused One Of History's Biggest Cons
    Authored by George Pickering via The Mises Institute, In the summer of 1821, a roguish Scotsman named Gregor MacGregor arrived by boat in London, and initiated arguably the most audacious confidence scam in history. MacGregor had spent much of the previous decade fighting as a soldier of fortune in the Venezuelan War of Independence, where […]
  • China Building 8 Submarines For Pakistan, As China-Pak Projects Flourish
    Chinese shipbuilders are constructing eight new submarines to protect its ally Pakistan with an aim to counter India. Currently, Pakistan’s Navy has ten subs, which suggests their submarine fleet could expand by 80 percent upon delivery, expected in the mid to late 2020s. Relations between both countries are incredibly complex, as the Kashmir conflict and the numerous military disputes on the Line […]
  • Two Keywords For US Imperialism: 'Justification' And 'Plausibility'
    Authored by Federico Pieraccini via The Strategic Culture Foundation, Observing the behavior of the United States over recent decades, it becomes clear that the American establishment has always relied on two fundamental factors to justify choices in foreign policy. We have been accustomed in recent years to humanitarian interventions being justified on the assumption that […]
  • San Francisco Begins Registering Non-Citizens To Vote In Local Elections
    The San Francisco Department of Elections issued voter registration forms for non-citizens, including undocumented migrants, who are now eligible to vote for members of the SF Board of Education during the November elections, making the city the first in the state to allow non-citizens to vote in local elections. The measure to allow non-citizens over the age of 18 to […]
  • Baby Boomers In Gig Economy Make 60% More Than Millennials
    Baby boomers working jobs in the gig economy are raking in more money than younger workers, are far less financially stressed and are typically more content with their situation, according to a study recently published by Prudential Financial. Boomers - those above 56-years-old, make an average of $43,600 a year while working 25 hours a week. […]
  • China Launches Quasi QE To Support Banks And Sliding Bond Market
    With the ECB's QE coming to an end at the end of the year (absent some shock to the market or economy), some traders have already been voicing concerns which central bank will step in and provide a backstop to the global fixed income market, especially once the BOJ joins the global tightening bandwagon (something […]

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