‘The timing of the extraordinary May 2015 rain events in Texas, occurring just prior to the July 15th commencement of the unparalleled military exercise JADE HELM 15, cannot be coincidental. As the 1000-year flood slowly makes its way across the state, one question emerges — was it a manmade or natural weather event?
If the satellite imagery* has anything to say about this freakish statewide deluge, it is that something is very wrong with this picture, as well as with the following images.’
‘Israel has banned Palestinian workers from riding common buses with Israelis and forced them to return to the West Bank through the same Israeli checkpoint they left.
The pilot program separating Israeli and Palestinian bus travel was initiated on Tuesday under the directive of Israel’s military affairs ministry, Haaretz reported on Wednesday.
The new regulations could increase the commute of Palestinians working in the West Bank for as much as two hours each day, said human rights organizations that are set to issue an appeal against the new restrictions.’
‘We all know food at McDonald’s is virtually unfit for human consumption, but disturbing new lab results have reportedly demonstrated the true extent of the damage you are doing to your body when you eat fast food. Specifically, we’re talking about the ‘devastation’ of your gut health — the attack on the most important part of your biological immune response.
In a report that really brings into focus just what’s going on when we throw a bunch of chemical additives together with some ‘meat-like substances,’ a professor of genetic epidemiology at King’s College London used one unlucky college student (who also happened to be his son) to see what truly goes on in our stomachs when we chow down on some quarter pounders.
It goes way beyond just super sizing your pant size and clogging up your arteries.’
‘McDonald’s bosses have apologised after staff told a customer he wouldn’t be served because he ‘looked homeless’.
Landscape gardener Daniel Jackson, 27, was wearing his outdoor work gear when he was told he initially denied service.
He claims the manager of the fast food outlet on Oxford Road in Manchester city centre told him the company had a ‘zero tolerance policy’ to serving homeless people – McDonald’s has denied such a policy exists.’
‘A new island has appeared in the Pacific. A submarine eruption just off Nishino-Shima Island Japan has erupted for the first time in 40 years. The Japanese Navy noticed the explosions as boiling lava met sea water giving rise to plumes of steam and ash. Almost 7,000 miles away in Mexico, the Colima volcano blew its top after a period of relative calm. A steam and ash cloud rose two miles into the sky and the grumbling of the mountain could be heard in towns a few miles away. In Guatemala the ‘Fire Mountain’ belched out lava and sent up a moderate ash cloud causing an ash fall over nearby towns. The explosions and shock waves occurring in the volcano can be felt by residents over 6 miles away. Doors and windows are reported to be rattling, but there has been no damage so far.’ Read more: Seven Volcanoes In Six Different Countries All Start Erupting Within Hours Of Each Other
‘Officials in Fukushima, Japan, are touting a recent “gold medal” award as evidence that their tap water is safe to drink. Japan Today reports city representatives recently had the area’s tap water tested, attempting to allay concerns that food products emanating from the region around the crippled Fukushima-Daiichi plant are still contaminated with radioactivity. Samples of bottled tap water taken from the afflicted area reportedly received a “Gold Quality award” from Belgian consumer quality testing company Monde Selection.’ Read more: Fukushima Tap Water Wins ‘Gold Quality Award,’ Officials Claim Safe to Drink
‘At least 2 trillion becquerels’ worth of radioactive material flowed from the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant into the Pacific Ocean between August 2013 and May 2014, plant operator Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) has admitted. The rate of release was 10 times higher than TEPCO’s pre-meltdown threshold for radioactive material. A becquerel is a unit for measuring radioactive material that corresponds to one unit of radioactive decay per second. It is a way of describing how much radiation is being emitted by radioactive material, in contrast to measuring the mass or volume of the material itself, the energy carried by the radiation or the biological impact of exposure.’ Read more: Over 2 trillion becquerels of radioactive waste flowed from Fukushima plant into Pacific in just 10 months
‘Over the past year we’ve read many news stories about mass die-offs of marine species in the Pacific Ocean and other regions. One hypothesis in the alternative media is that the massive radiation released from the Fukushima nuclear disaster is the cause. Others blame over-fishing, pollution or climatic events. My opinion is that if the die-offs are unusual and “man made” then it is a combination of factors, but Fukushima is probably one of them. The Earth is under many human threats — we are an industrious species — Fukushima is doing the ocean only harm, and following that logic, at a minimum the health of local species and perhaps wider ecosystems are being affected in a reverse synergy whereby organisms have surpassed the limits they can endure.’ Read more: How Badly Is Fukushima Radiation Damaging the Pacific Ocean?
‘Many have been tracking what’s going on with Fukushima, since that pack of universal lies has been happening as if what’s taking place in northern Japan is somehow disconnected from the world beyond Japan. Nothing could be further from the truth.
‘A range of scientific studies at Fukushima have begun to reveal the impact on the natural world from the radiation leaks at the power station in Japan caused by an earthquake and tsunami in 2011. Biological samples were obtained only after extensive delays following the 1986 Chernobyl nuclear power plant meltdown, limiting the information which could be gained about the impact of that disaster. Scientists, determined not to repeat the shortcomings of the Chernobyl studies, began gathering biological information only a few months after the meltdown of the Daiichi power plant in 2011.’ Read more: The Crushing Effects Of Radiation From The Fukushima Disaster On The Ecosystem Are Being Slowly Revealed