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  • 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.
  • Tepco admits molten nuclear fuel is transferred in multiple places of Reactor 2
    Following up this article.. Tepco to scan Reactor 2 with Muon again after Nagoya uni already confirmed nothing remaining [URL]   Tepco admitted the molten fuel is transferred to multiple places The post Tepco admits molten nuclear fuel is transferred in multiple places of Reactor 2 appeared first on Fukushima Diary.
  • 7 million Bq of all β nuclides leaked as contaminated water in Fukushima plant
    According to Tepco, highly contaminated water leaked from a water storage tank on 6/26/2016. All β nuclides density is reportedly 96,000,000 Bq/m3. Cs-134/137 density is also 700,000 Bq/m3. Tepco states The post 7 million Bq of all β nuclides leaked as contaminated water in Fukushima plant appeared first on Fukushima Diary.
  • The French embassy in Japan held a dinner party with Fukushima food
    According to the French embassy in Japan, they held Fukushima food dinner party on 6/17/2016. Fukushima governor. Uchibori, Minister for Reconstruction. Takagi, and a French singer. Charles Aznavour were invited by the The post The French embassy in Japan held a dinner party with Fukushima food appeared first on Fukushima Diary.
  • Japanese demographic statistics largely differ from census result
    The population statistics of Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications show Japanese census result is largely different from demographic and migration data. It is the statistics titled “Time series of population The post Japanese demographic statistics largely differ from census result appeared first on Fukushima Diary.
  • Over double density of Cesium-134/137 as safety limit detected from served school lunch in Utsunomiya city
    Photo ; Bamboo shoot [wikipedia]   According to Utsunomiya city government, they detected over double density of Cs-134/137 as safety level from school lunch after serving it to the students The post Over double density of Cesium-134/137 as safety limit detected from served school lunch in Utsunomiya city appeared first on Fukushima Diary.
  • M5.0 hit southern part of Ibaraki prefecture
    According to JMA (Japan Meteorological Agency), a major quake occurred in Southern part of Ibaraki prefecture at 7:54 of 6/12/2016 (JST). Magnitude was 5.0. The maximum seismic intensity was 4. The post M5.0 hit southern part of Ibaraki prefecture appeared first on Fukushima Diary.
  • Tepco admits they concealed the fact of meltdown
    On 5/30/2016, a director of Tepco, Anegawa admitted that Tepco concealed the fact of meltdown in 311. He stated that in the press conference of that day. He says it was The post Tepco admits they concealed the fact of meltdown appeared first on Fukushima Diary.
  • Economic Update, Russian Bombers Fly Out of Iran, MSM Can’t Stop Trump
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com (WNW 251 8.19.16) So much for the so-called “recovery,” there’s not going to be one. Retail and tech are the latest to signal the economy is tanking. Retail is warning sales are bad. Macy’s is closing 100 stores nationwide. On top of that, tech giant Cisco just fired 20% of its […]Related Posts:Middle East Tensions Continue t […]
  • Financial Crash will be Put On Little People-Ellen Brown
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com Public banking expert Ellen Brown thinks big banks will be saved from a coming calamity at the expense of the little people. Brown explains, “I think the big banks won’t go down. They are protected by the bail-ins, which we haven’t yet seen in the U.S., but we’ve seen them in […]Related Posts:End of Capitalism Is Here-Ellen B […]
  • Silver is Kryptonite to Gold Cartel Bankers-Bill Murphy
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com (Early Sunday Release) Chairman of GATA (Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee) Bill Murphy thinks financial markets are way more vulnerable than they appear. Murphy explains, “There are negative interest rates and low interest rates that just keep staying down there, and supposedly things are really good.  Look at our Dow at all- […]
  • Weekly News Wrap-Up by Greg Hunter 8.12.16
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com (WNW 250 8.12.16)  The mainstream media (MSM) is totally against Donald Trump, and they are proud of it. Now, the New York Times (NYT) is explaining why it is their duty of keep Trump out of the White House.  An Op-Ed piece this past week basically said it was Trump’s fault […]Related Posts:Dems and Media Panic Over Trump, Ec […]
  • Entering Perfect Storm of Every Facet of our Lives-Bill Holter
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com Financial writer Bill Holter warns the world faces multiple problems, not just one. Holter explains, “We are entering a perfect storm of every facet of our lives.  This is not just financial.  This is social, and it has to do with the breakdown of the rule of law.  In the U.S. […]Related Posts:Cash Ban is All about Control-Bi […]
  • Bad Economy is Why Trump GOP Nominee-John Williams
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com  (Early Sunday Release) Economist John Williams says don’t believe the hype about the U.S. economy being good—it’s not. Williams explains, “I love America, but we are in a deepening recession.  The economy collapsed into 2009 . . . we never really recovered from that.  We had a few bounces higher, but […]Related Posts:Dollar […]
  • Dems and Media Panic Over Trump, Economy is Tanking, Iran No Deal, Deal Update
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com (WNW 249 8.5.16)  The mainstream media (MSM) and the Democrat Party would like you to think it is the Republicans in full panic mode, but it is their party that’s freaking out. The first tip comes from the MSM that is “going to war against Trump” and acting like the true […]Related Posts:Dems Block Iran Nuke No Vote, Syria Wa […]
  • Chemtrails are Greatest Threat to Life on Earth-Dane Wigington
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com Last month, CIA Director John Brennan admitted Chemtrails, or as he put it, “Stratospheric Aerosol Injection,” is established geoengineering science used to fight global warming. Geoengineering researcher Dane Wigington says if the government is admitting it, the negative effects of spraying are too big to hide much longer. W […]
  • America is Doomed Without Restoring the Rule of Law-Karl Denninger
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com (Early Sunday Release) Trader and entrepreneur Karl Denninger has a dire warning. He basically says if there is lawlessness at the top of society, there will be lawlessness at the bottom.  Denninger, who is so distraught he has suspended writing on his popular website, explains, “It is illegal for any entity […]Related Posts: […]
  • Hillary Won’t Win Presidency, DNC and Clinton Exposed for Rigging Democratic Primary, Economic Update and Global War Heating Up
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com  (WNW 248 7.29.16) It’s now been totally exposed the Democratic National Committee (DNC) rigged the primary in favor of Hillary Clinton. This is a turning point that says no way Clinton can be elected without nearly half the Democrat voters that supported Bernie Sanders.  A WikiLeaks email dump at the beginning […]Related Pos […]
  • No. 826: July Production, Housing Starts, CPI, Real Retail Sales and Earnings, Freight Index
    (SGS Subscription required) • Industrial Production Represents 65% of GDP • Production Recovery from the 2007 Recession Lasted All of One Month • Against Pre-2007 Recession Highs, Production and Manufacturing Were Down Respectively in July 2016 by 0.77% (-0.77%) and 5.80% (-5.80%) • Still Never Seen Outside of Formal Recessions in the 98-Year History of Indu […]
  • No. 825: July Nominal Retail Sales, Producer Price Index, Consumer Conditions
    (SGS Subscription required) • Nominal Retail Sales Disappointed Expectations, Dropping by 0.04% (-0.04%) in July • July PPI Services Margins Declined by 0.27% (-0.27%), Goods Prices Fell by 0.37% (-0.37%), Construction Costs Plunged by 0.61% (-0.61%), Total Final Demand PPI Was Down by 0.36% (-0.36%) • Yet, Across-the-Board Deflation Generally Is Not the Com […]
  • No. 824: July Labor Conditions and M3, June Trade Deficit and Construction Spending
    (SGS Subscription required) • Just a Week into Headline 1.2% Second-Quarter GDP Growth, New Trade and Construction Spending Details Promise a Downside Revision • Trade Deficit Widened and Deepened in Revision, Worst Since 2007 • With Quarterly and Annual Growth Collapsing Anew, Real Construction Spending Growth Was Weakest Since 2011 Series Trough • Ten Year […]
  • Tentative Schedule for Commentaries
      Commentary Date Releases Period Release Date     Friday, August 12, 2016 Retail Sales (Advance) PPI July-2016 July-2016 08/12/2016 […]
  • No. 823: Second-Quarter 2016 GDP and Annual Revisions
    (SGS Subscription required) • Broad, Deepening Economic Downtrend Continued • Revised Annual Change in GDP Slowed Sharply, Consistent with Entering a Recession • Headline Real Quarterly GDP Revisions Took Fourth-Quarter 2015 and First-Quarter 2016 Growth Rates Lower, Below 1.0%, but Not Negative, with First-Quarter 2016 GNP Minimally Below Zero, Again • Well […]
  • Commentaries News
    The next regular Commentary, scheduled for Thursday, August 25th, will cover July New Orders for Durable Goods and New- and Existing-Home Sales.  A subsequent Commentary on Friday, August 26th, will cover the first revision, second estimate of second-quarter 2016 GDP, and initial estimates of second-quarter Gross National Product (GNP) and Gross Domestic Inc […]
  • No. 822: Durable Goods Orders, Home Sales, Freight Index, Household Income
    (SGS Subscription required) • Broad Economic Downtrend Continued, Despite a Likely Positive, First Guesstimate of Second-Quarter GDP • Real Durable Goods Orders Tumbled in Second-Quarter 2016 Both Before (-0.8%) and After (-4.1%) Consideration for Commercial Aircraft • Year-to-Year New Orders Fell Sharply in June 2016, Both Before and After Consideration of […]
  • No. 821: June Housing Starts, Preview of GDP Revisions
    (SGS Subscription required) • Housing Starts Continued to Hold in Smoothed, Low-Level Stagnation, Never Having Recovered Pre-Recession Highs • Second-Quarter Starts Growth Slowed Sharply Amidst Downside Revisions • Downside Benchmark Revisions to Key Series Underlying the GDP Indicate Pending Downside Benchmark Revisions to the GDP • First- and Fourth-Quarte […]
  • No. 820 : June Production, Retail Sales, Consumer and Producer Inflation
    (SGS Subscription required) • New Recession Remains Very Much in Play; Second-Quarter GDP Prospects Have Dimmed, with Auto Sales and Production Spiked by Prior-Month Downside Revisions • Never Seen Outside of Formal Recessions, Second-Quarter Production Showed Third Consecutive Set of Annual and Quarterly Contractions • Down in June by 6.2% (-6.2%) from Its […]
  • No. 819: June Employment and Unemployment, Money Supply M3
    (SGS Subscription required) • Headline Month-to-Month Payroll and Unemployment Data Are Rubbish, Heavily Skewed by Inconsistent and Not-Comparable Seasonal Adjustments • Private Surveying Shows Plunging Employment Circumstances Last Seen During the 2009 Economic Collapse • June 2016 Unemployment Rates: U.3 Rose to 4.9%, but U.6 Notched Lower to 9.6% and the […]

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  • To Preserve the American Way: There Must Be War
    I remember my uncle Duke well. A tall and handsome figure he cut, in his Air Force blue uniform. Silver oak leaves he wore on his lapels, back when I was a kid in El Paso, Texas. A member of an elite corps, Duke Wolfe went to work each week at Biggs Air Force Base. […]
  • South Koreans Protest US Anti-Missile System THAAD
    South Korea was the scene of recent protests against the deployment of the US Army’s anti-ballistic missile system THAAD (Terminal High-Altitude Area Defense) to the country. Close to 1,000 citizens from the Seongju country shaved their heads in protest, with residents concerned that THAAD could potentially emit hazardous radiation, causing cancer and infert […]
  • Indonesia Opens up New Horizons for Iran in Southeast Asia
    On July 24, 2016, Laos hosted a meeting of Foreign Ministers of the ASEAN member states. At the closing of the meeting, the Islamic Republic of Iran acceded to the organization. Several days later, on July 29, a meeting between Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister for Asia and Pacific Affairs Ibrahim Rahimpour and Indonesian Foreign Minister […]
  • Russia is Dead Serious About Fighting ISIS, So Why Washington Isn’t?
    On August 16 Russia’s Tu-22M3 and Su-34 bombers took off from the Hamadan airbase in Iran to launch successful strikes against ISIS and Jabhat al-Nusra in the Syrian governorates of Aleppo and Deir ez-Zor. These actions of Russia’s military command serve as a clear demonstration of the strengthening strategic cooperation between Russia and Iran in the […]
  • Syria: China and Iran Join Russia in Larger Role
    Several developments this week mark an increase of activity from Syria’s allies, Russia, Iran and now China. These include a Russian-Iranian agreement to use Iranian territory to position Russian Tupolev Tu-22M strategic bombers as well as Iranian and Iraqi airspace for both the bombers and Russian cruise missiles to pass through on their way to militant […]
  • Iran Shuns the West-ward Tilt Amid Russo-Turk Normalization
    For past few months, particularly since the finalization of the US-Iran nuke deal, we had been observing increasing West-ward tilt in Iran’s foreign policy. With Iran signing deals worth billions of dollars with a number of European companies and further lobbying for lifting financial sanctions the U.S. has not yet lifted, it was becoming obvious […]
  • Japanese System of Public Administration to See a Major Revamping
    On August 3, the Japanese Cabinet has undergone a third reshuffling since Shinzo Abe took over as the country’s Prime Minister at the end of 2012. This event deserves special attention for several reasons: for one, it was apparently inspired by motives associated with the process of “normalization” of Japan, the advancement of which is […]
  • Will Hungary Be Next to Exit the EU?
    Will Hungary be the next nation to exit the dysfunctional European Union? The question isn’t at all as far-fetched as it might seem. On October 2, voters in Hungary will participate in a nationwide referendum to vote whether they agree to the forced settlement of migrants in Hungary by the EU or not. It’s a […]
  • Ukraine’s Crimea attack goes down in flames
    “I coulda had class. I coulda been a contender. I coulda been somebody, instead of a bum, which is what I am, let’s face it. ~ Marlon Brandon, from On the Waterfront Ukraine continues its saga of a Shakespearian tragedy with its latest example of “the gang that can’t shoot straight”. Enough time has passed […]
  • Pakistan – Turkey: Lessons of the Failed Military Coup
    The attempted coup on July 15, 2016 in Turkey was met with a lively response in the Pakistani society. The debate about the balance of power between the military establishment and the ruling Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N took over the government after the general election in June 2013) has become more intense. Islamabad and […]
  • Not All Americans Have The Right To Bear Arms
    No matter which side of the gun debate you fall on, we can all agree that gun laws are confusing. As ValueWalk.com notes, there are federal laws, state laws, and local municipal laws, all of which can be contradictory. There is still debate as to whether the Second Amendment is intended to give individuals the right to keep and bear arms or whether that righ […]
  • "Markets Are Ripe For A Black Swan Event" - Why Most 'Well Hedged' Funds Won't Survive
    George Sokoloff, founder and CIO of Carmot Capital, recently explained why typical asset allocation strategies, including those employed by most "sophisticated" hedge fund managers, end up getting slaughtered during market shocks despite perceptions of being "well hedged".  One has to look no further than the last "great recession […]
  • Students Fight Back Against Political Correctness - The Rise Of "Cultural Libertarianism"
    Submitted by Harith Armstrong and Kassy Dillon via HeatSt.com, HARITH ARMSTRONG: In both the United States and the United Kingdom, conservative and libertarian viewpoints have endured censorship on the Internet and on college campuses. This has given rise to a new generation of animated and impassioned students keen on partaking in what’s been aptly describe […]
  • Which States Have The Most Millennials Living At Home With Mom
    We've written frequently over the years about the legions of "safe space" seeking Millennials moving back in with mom (see "More Young Americans Live With Their Parents Than At Any Time Since The Great Depression").  As the Pew Research Center reported back in May, for the first time ever more 18-34 year olds are living at home with […]
  • Vancouver Housing Market Implodes: Average Home Price Plunges 20% In 1 Month - "The Market Is Devastated"
    Three weeks ago, when we looked at the long-overdue sudden change in the Vancouver housing market, long a receptacle for Chinese hot and laundered money, we found that as a result of the implementation of the 15% property tax implemented by British Columbia (something we recommended over a month earlier), that the Vancouver housing bubble has burst. We concl […]
  • Leaked Memo Shows Soros Pushed Greece To Support Ukraine Coup, Paint Russia As Enemy
    Submitted by Alex Christoforou via TheDuran.com, Last week we reported on the DC Leaks hack of what was over 2,500 documents detailing how George Soros and his NGOs influence world leaders, drive foreign policy, and help to create unrest in sovereign nations, that many times leads to chaos and civil war. One country of particular focus for George Soros and h […]
  • Election 2016 – Why Defeating Trump Won't Make Trump Go Away
    Submitted by Mike Krieger via Liberty Blitzkrieg blog, In the wake of Trump’s recent hiring of Breitbart’s Stephen Bannon to campaign CEO, a June article published in Vanity Fair is now receiving a lot of attention. Here are a few excerpts from the article, Is Donald Trump’s Endgame the Launch of Trump News? The breakout media star of 2016 is, inarguably, Do […]
  • After Confiscating Their Guns, Venezuela's Maduro Has Another Warning For Coup Plotters
    Yesterday we reported that Venezuela's Interior Minister, Nestor Reverol, launched a campaign in Caracas to "disarm" citizens in an effort to curb rampant violence.  Venezuela has the world's second highest murder rate which Reverol attributes, at least in part, to heavily armed gangs roaming the streets with guns which are acquired from […]
  • The Fear Economy: It Couldn't Possibly Happen Here But It Did
    Submitted by Jeffrey Snider via Alhambra Investment Partners, In the late 1990’s, economists attempted to get reacquainted with something that they previously believed was an artifact of long ago history. The plight of Japan during that decade had revived fears of deflation and depression. Some economists, those daring enough to challenge entrenched notions, […]
  • Federal Judge Protects Hillary From Sworn Email Server Deposition, Rules For Written Q&A Instead
    As of today, Hillary Clinton hasn't given a press conference in 258 days, something even the deeply pro-Clinton Washington Post finds troubling. And while Hillary may have spoken to the FBI in an unsworn testimony, there is no transcript of it, and only the FBI's own subjective notes serve as proof it ever happened. Which is why on July 8, conserva […]

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