Germany decides to abandon nuclear power by 2022

May 30, 2011

Europe’s economic powerhouse, Germany, is to abandon nuclear energy over the next eleven years – drawing up an ambitious plan in the wake of Japan’s Fukushima disaster to replace atomic power with renewable energy sources.
Chancellor Angela Merkel said Monday she hopes the transformation to more solar, wind and hydroelectric power becomes a test case for other countries. (AP) via

might that have something to do with a man made disaster AKA terrorist attack?

Fukushima Sabotaged by Stuxnet Virus?

April 24, 2011

Now we know who caused the Nuclear Meltdown in Japan  …the Joooooooooooos!.. ……I could of predicted this…


become a fake Truther and make these libels before everyone else. Then I could be bigger then Charlie Sheen! oh… and btw this Starbuck’s Latte Bitch is wrong. All six nuclear generators were made by G.E. not Siemens. 

here is the truth:Hours after a 8.9 magnitude earthquake followed by a devastating tsunami struck Japan, Jewish and Israeli humanitarian groups pledged


to those who are annoyed that I am giving exposure to a complete lunatic…. don’t blame me… This was already going viral.  just sit back and laugh at this bimbo.

Argentina & Saudi Arabia Seek Nuclear Partnership

March 31, 2011

The Saudi government has tasked the head of the King Abdullah City for Atomic and Renewable Energy with drawing up a cooperation agreement with Argentina regarding the use of nuclear energy for peaceful purposes.
Source: ‘Okaz, Saudi Arabia, March 29, 2011

not sure this is a good thing. Argentina is very close to going to war over the Falklands again

Rebuilding JAPAN is CHEAP compared to U.S. debt

March 26, 2011

FUKUSHIMA, Japan – The toll of Japan’s triple disaster came into clearer focus Monday after police estimates showed more than 18,000 people died, the World Bank said rebuilding may cost $235 billion and more cases of radiation-tainted vegetables and tap water turned up.


images of Godzilla as seen in One Crazy Summer via

The Outstanding Public Debt as of 21 Mar 2011 at 03:30:18 PM GMT is:

$ 1 4 , 2 3 9 , 0 9 5 , 7 6 1 , 3 8 1 . 5 0

The estimated population of the United States is 310,241,378

so each citizen’s share of this debt is
The National Debt has continued to increase an average of

$4.12 billion per day since September 28, 2007!

Concerned? Then tell Congress and the White House!

Japan’s Bonds Fall on Cost of Quake Recovery; Futures Rise as Stocks Slide

March 26, 2011

Bond futures jumped for a second day after Prime Minister Naoto Kan said the danger of further radiation leaks from a damaged nuclear power station is rising. The cost to protect against Japan’s nonpayment soared to a record and stocks tumbled as the stricken Fukushima Dai-Ichi nuclear plant was rocked by two further explosions today. The Ministry of Finance will sell 1.1 trillion yen ($13.5 billion) of 20-year bonds tomorrow.

“It remains unclear whether the stance of investors can remain the same in this difficult situation with few clues to the scale of damage” caused by the earthquake, said Keiko Onogi, a fixed-income strategist at Daiwa Securities Capital Markets Co. in Tokyo. “I’ve been looking for a positive catalyst for the auction but can find little at this moment.”  via
It seems that Godzilla is getting the remake treatment yet again. Just 10 years after the latest reboot.  release in 2012. via
this is the real Godzilla.  As Beck noted on FOX NEWS. not a NUCLEAR meltdown, but a financial one. Japan will sell American bonds to recover. So who will buy our debt?

Looting in Japan… not what you think! You would too… DON’T LIE!

March 26, 2011
MMMM…. Beer…When a tsunami blasted through Kirin Brewery’s seaside facilities here, it tipped over giant beer-storage tanks and spread a blanket of beer bottles, barrels and other goods across the port. The beverages that spilled out were then hit a second time: by a surge of thirsty residents.  Witnesses say hundreds of people carted off beer, coffee, juice and other goods that had escaped Kirin’s massive warehouse when the tsunami waters receded. “All kinds of people came and were taking things away, they kept coming until everything was gone,” on Saturday, said Makoto Igarashi, who manages a gas station
SENDAI, Japan via

New York nuke plant seismic review gets top priority | don’t get worked up… it is Reuters reporting

March 23, 2011

U.S. regulators have promised to make the Indian Point nuclear power plant near New York City their top priority in a review of seismic risk at U.S. nuclear plants, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said on Tuesday.  By Dan Wiessner via