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Japan a ‘Nuclear Titanic’- spilling Plutonium into sea

In Analyst talk, Japan Apocalypse, Nature and Environment on March 31, 2011 at 7:09 pm

Plutonium spills into the Japan Sea

Japan a ‘Nuclear Titanic’- sinks Plutonium into sea

Full meltdown in full swing? Japan maximum nuclear alert

RussiaToday  Mar 31, 2011  | 20,165 views

In Japan, radiation levels in the seawater near the Fukushima plant continue to rise. They’re now more than 3.5 thousand times higher than normal.

Radioactive material has also been detected in soil at the facility. Japan’s government described the situation as serious and unpredictable. Workers have been unsuccessfully trying to restore the plant’s cooling system, in what is now the worst atomic crisis since Chernobyl.

 There’s been some debate over whether there are any similarities between the two events. RT talks to Professor Christopher Busby, of the European Committee on Radiation Risks.

Fukushima plutonium leak comparable to Chernobyl disaster’

From: RussiaToday  | Mar 30, 2011  | 36,811 views


Japanese government is considering the construction of a containment shell at the damaged Fukushima nuclear power plant.

It would be aimed at averting further radiation leaks in a crisis that is still described as ‘grave’. The plan would involve the three most badly damaged reactors being covered with hi-tech material.

 The level of radiation measured in sea water near the site, is now said to be around three and a half thousand times higher than normal.

Workers have been unsuccessfully trying to restore the cooling system at the facility, in what is now the worst atomic crisis since Chernobyl. RT spoke to nuclear energy expert Lars Polmeier, who says there are parallels with that disaster 25 years ago

Fukushima – Nuclear Titanic? Seawater radiation hits new high in Japan

RussiaToday  | Mar 31, 2011  | 315 views

Japan Tsunami Ruins: Picking up life from rubble & chaos

RussiaToday  | Mar 31, 2011  | 314 views

 The earthquake and tsunami which caused massive destruction at Fukushima, also wiped out entire communities. People who lost their homes are living in overcrowded shelters while the clean-up operation goes on. But even after that’s finished, many will still have nowhere to go, as RT’s Igor Ogorodnev found out.

Videostream-Libyan Battlefield or Mad Max movie new edition?

In Libya live video feeds and Updates, Live Stream Videos-Latest Reports on March 31, 2011 at 4:40 pm

Reality Bites? Reality beats!

Libyan Battlefield clips or Mad Max the special edition?

Videostream-Libyan Battlefield or Max Max movie new edition?

 When Reality bites ?

 World news beats Hollywood titles Russian Television RT couldnt help describe its News Headlines in the imagery of big time Hollywood hits.

Libya we agreably notice does look like a Bigger, grander in scale version of the movey Mad Max!

and decidedly scarier.

And RT takes you to East where they show live- Bigger version of Titanic…

The Nuclear ‘Titanic’.

 ‘Mad Max’ Reality: Video of Libya rebels firing rockets on desert frontline

From: RussiaToday | Mar 31, 2011 | 238 views

 Rebel fighters continued to battle forces loyal to the Libyan regime between the cities of Ajdabiya and Brega on Thursday. Rebels were seen launching rocket artillery from the back of vehicles at the frontline of the conflict between the two forces. Shortly after, rebel soldiers were seen driving away, apparently on the retreat after bombardment from forces loyal to Moammar Gadhafi.

Combat camera: Video of Belgian F16 bombing Gaddafi military compound

 RussiaToday | Mar 31, 2011 | 305 views

 Like Gaddafi’s troops force swift rebel retreat From: Euronews | Mar 31, 2011 | 310 views Libyan rebels are in full-blown retreat as Gaddafi’s forces use their superior firepower and military know-how to make gains along the country’s east coast. The towns of Nawfaliyah, Bin Jawad and Ras Lanuf fell in quick succession. The Libyan army outflanked rebel forces, which lack training, disciplne and leadership. Western aircraft flew over the battlefield for a while, but there was no evidence of any airstrikes on Gaddafi’s forces. It appears that anti-Gaddafi militia are unable to make inroads without Western air support

Hague urges Libyans to follow Koussa’s lead and exit

Euronews | Mar 31, 2011 

 Britain has hailed the defection of Libya’s Foreign Minister Moussa Koussa as evidence that Gaddafi’s regime is starting to collapse. The UK’s foreign minister said the move would help others abandon the Libyan leader: “We encourage those around Gaddafi to abandon him and embrace the better future for Libya, that allows political transition and real reform, that meets the aspirations of the Libyan people,” William Hague told reporters.

James Bays describes the rebel retreat from Bin Jawad

 Troops loyal to Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi shelled rebels heading west on the coastal road to Sirte on Tuesday, forcing them to pull back to the small town of Bin Jawad. The retreat reversed a rapid, two-day advanced that saw the pro-democracy fighers push from Ajdabiya to Nawfaliya, where they met strong resistance. Gaddafi assault reclaims towns as rebels flee

From: Euronews | Mar 30, 2011 | 120 views

Libyan rebels are in full retreat under attack from Colonel Gaddafi’s forces, losing control of more towns along the Mediterranean coast. Two days ago the rebels were heading westwards, delightedly chasing Gaddafi’s troops across the desert. Now they are fleeing in the opposite direction back eastwards. They have lost Bin Jawad and the important oil town of Ras Lanuf; they are also in retreat from Brega.

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Videoflash-Geneva Human rights Observatory raps Malaysia for Rights violations

In a word with you, hinduism news, India news on March 31, 2011 at 12:28 pm

Human Rights Observatory takes exceptions to Violations by Malaysia




Geneva Observatory turning its Telescope probing Apartheid Planet Malaysia



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Letter of

Geneva Human Rights Observatory to the Najib Regime released by the HRP online to media. 

Open Letter to Mr. Y.B Dato’ Seri Najib Tun Razak,

Prime Minister of Malaysia


Geneva-Paris, March 30, 2011 

Re: Judicial harassment of 52 HINDRAF and HRP members and obstacles to freedom of peaceful assembly

Your Excellency,

The Observatory for the Protection of Human Rights Defenders, a joint programme of the World Organisation Against Torture (OMCT) and the International Federation for Human Rights (FIDH), strongly condemns the judicial harassment of 54 members of Hindu Rights Action Force (HINDRAF) and its sister organisation, the Human Rights Party (HRP), two organisations aiming at defending the rights of Hindu and other marginalised minorities in Malaysia, following their organisation of and participation in a peaceful march against racism on February 27, 2011.


Between March 1 and 3, 2011, the 54 human rights defenders were charged by courts of different cities with “acting as members of an unlawful society” or “participating in assemblies of an unlawful society”, under Section 43 of the Societies Act of 1966[1], which states that “any person who is or acts as a member of an unlawful society or attends a meeting of an unlawful society (…) shall be guilty of an offence and shall be liable, on conviction, to imprisonment for a term not exceeding three years or to a fine not exceeding five thousand ringgit or to both”.

Videoflash- Salafis mobilise for Islamic State Egypt, Obama signs Covert Ops to topple Gaddafi, Syria Restive

In Libya live video feeds and Updates, Live Stream Videos-Latest Reports, Video Stream-Middle East Uprising on March 31, 2011 at 11:05 am

Salafi Radicals rapidly filling up Political vaccum in Post Mubarak Egypt

Salafis advocate a Return to Puritanical Islamist world order

Salafis seek power in Egypt


For a group that has never taken part in political life, the religious conservative Salafi movement is now emerging as a new political force in Egypt.

As they establish a platform based on Islam as a system of governance, however, many secular activists fear the emergence of a religious state following their country’s ousting of long-term leader Hosni Mubarak.

Al Jazeera’s Zeina Khodr reports from Alexandria on the ideological battle to fill the vacuum left in the wake of Egypt’s revolution.

Salafism, or at least the so called “puritanical” forms of it, has been recently criticized by Professor Khaled Abou El Fadl of UCLA School of Law. El Fadl

Egyptian scholar Tawfik Hamid says that Salafist Muslim fundamentalists believe that Saudi Arabia’s petroleum-based wealth is a divine gift, and that Saudi influence is sanctioned by God. Thus this extreme brand of Sunni Islam that spread from the Saudi Arabia to the rest of the Islamic world is regarded not merely as one interpretation of the religion but the only genuine interpretation.

The expansion of violent and regressive Islam, he continues, began in the late 1970s, and can be traced precisely to the growing financial clout of Saudi Arabia. He says “is puritanical, extreme and does, yes, mean that women can be beaten, apostates killed and Jews called pigs and monkeys.”


The defection of Moussa Koussa

AlJazeeraEnglish | Mar 30, 2011 | 841 views

Gaddafi’s foreign minister has flown to Britain and is reportedly seeking refuge after abandoning the regime in Libya.

A former spy chief, Koussa is not guaranteed a warm reception in the country, after he was expelled as Libyan ambassador to the UK, having said he would attempt to eliminate political opponents there.

Al Jazeera’s Tim Friend has more

Meanwhile ABC reports Obama had just signed a secret Covert Operations authorisation to topple Gaddafi in Libya by American Special Forces.

CIA Agents in Libya: Obama’s secret order

RussiaToday | Mar 31, 2011 | 302 views

U.S. President Barack Obama has reportedly signed secret orders, allowing CIA teams to enter Libya to gather intelligence and set up links with rebels


Protest violence continues in Syria, as police reportedly used tear gas against demonstrators in the town of Deraa on Monday.

The government, however, maintains that protesters were carrying weapons and fired on police, who had no choice but to defend themselves.

Al Jazeera’sCal Perry reports from Damascus.

Videostream-Japan spins out of control,China Panicky about Jasmine revolution

In China Town, Japan Apocalypse, Live Stream Videos-Latest Reports on March 31, 2011 at 8:45 am

Crushing of the Jasmine bud at Tinanmen 1989

China’s Human Rights record in spotlight

A spokeswoman for the rebel Provisional Transitional Council in Libya is urging coalition forces to do more to protect civilian lives. At the same time she insists Libyans are not asking for liberation. Here’s more.

A Libyan rebel spokeswoman is calling on coalition forces to step up actions to protect civilians from Gaddafi’s forces.

China’s fears of a ‘Jasmine’ revolt

Euronews | Mar 30, 2011

Whatever you do, don’t mention the ‘Jasmine Revolution’ in China. Since the uprising in Tunisia and the rest of the Arab world, both the plant and even the word itself have created unease.

China- Panicky about ‘Jasmine Revolution

In February, an online call for pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong was met with force. Authorities appear determined to stop any reform seeds from sprouting.

Amnesty: China Still World Leader in Executions

Amnesty International has released a report pegging China as the world’s leader in capital punishment. The group says China still executes more people in one year than all other nations combined. Here’s that story.
France and US help Japan fight nuclear crisis
From: Euronews | Mar 30, 2011 | 41 views
France and the US are sending help to Japan as part of the battle to contain radiation from a damaged nuclear complex.

France and United States Rush Experts to Japan

Paris is sending two experts from the state-run nuclear sector and the US is sending robots to help examine reactor cores and spent fuel pools.

The French President will also visit Tokyo on Thursday, the first visit to Japan by a foreign leader since the country’s devastating earthquake and tsunami.

Workers at the Fukushima complex may have to work for weeks or months to restart cooling systems in damaged reactors.

Assad blames ‘conspirators’ for Syria protests

Euronews | Mar 30, 2011 President Bashar al-Assad has blamed ‘conspirators’ bent on destroying Syria for pro-democracy protests in the country.

He was given a rapturous reception outside and inside parliament in Damascus, the day after a government-organised show of mass support.

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