Monday, March 14, 2011

GE, Special Debt Relationships, Water

General Electric, a corporation which polluted the Hudson River with PCB and that continues to fight a realistic cleanup effort, suggests via a subsidiary that they be fully exculpated from any liability regarding reactors which are more than forty years old. Why not hold every corporation harmless and just blame the school teachers. We all know in America that corporate bad guys have a get out of jail card, in addition they can buy of Judges and Politicians.. Case in point being an oil activist in Utah and a reform minded website Goldman 666. This nuclear disaster is in part due to GE but not in full to GE. CNBC, as a subsidiary of the beast that is GE, has aided in the destruction of US media, truth, and news. However, a forward looking society seeks solutions. A failed society stores waste next to the plants thereby creating a danger much greater than exploding reactors. A forward looking society does not extend the financial life of assets to the point whereby they become dangerous to life, environment, and property. We need to be responsible. Presently there is a great deal of liability in standing up to a government or corporation that could chose to quash you using any old law they can either think of or generate for their own purposes. We need to talk with revolutionary bias to advocate in the same manner of Thomas Paine. We need people to stand up to the beast at great personal risk. Presently you can be arrested at will, a risk I have confronted three times as I take photographs as is my right under a failed constitution. Unlimited corporate and political power was able to take hold to the point where we have according to the Census 89476 governments. Perhaps spin heads will advocate for local government so we can have 160,000 local governments. The idea is to have smart accountable streamlined government. Back to Japan an the US; the pairing of these two debt-dysfunctional countries afforded each the opportunity to swap paper endlessly. This disaster is going to have a devastating effect on companies such as GE in the US as well as the overall market and economy. Money and liquidity has to be focused towards Japan which will become a less capable paper swapping partner. The disaster wil reduce liquidity as we move into an Inflationary-deflationary soup. We will have a sudden move to asset deflation and Yen inflation. It is our time now to be responsible for ourselves as we move into collapse. John Gaulting authored a book called "The Fall of US Empire, and then what." I have used that title in previous videos. This book has the dark side scenario emphasized where in comparison George Friedman also authored a book called "The Next Decade." Time to make sure you don't wind up like the people of Japan in crisis; without food and water and totally dependent on an overwhelmed government.

The General Electric-designed nuclear reactors involved in the Japanese emergency are very similar to 23 reactors in use in the United States, according to Nuclear Regulatory Commission records.

The NRC database of nuclear power plants shows that 23 of the 104 nuclear plants in the U.S. are GE boiling-water reactors with GE's Mark I systems for containing radioactivity, the same containment system used by the reactors in trouble at the Fukushima Dai-ichi plant. The U.S. reactors are in Alabama, Georgia, Illinois, Iowa, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Nebraska, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania and Vermont.-General Electric-designed reactors in Fukushima have 23 sisters in U.S.

Enthusiasts for atomic power are today, inevitably, on the back foot. Those who argue that in the normal course of things nuclear energy is the safest and most reliable form of energy have to contend with a single word: ‘meltdown’.

This is a scenario that brings dread to the hearts of nuclear engineers – an uncontained chain reaction in a reactor core, a blob of molten radioactive metal burning its way out of the containment chamber and a massive release of radioactive fission products such as iodine-131 and strontium-90 into the environment.

It was a partial meltdown which led to the Three Mile Island accident in Pennsylvania in 1978, and a similar explosive breakdown that caused the 1986 Chernobyl disaster.

Both incidents brought strident calls to abandon nuclear power altogether – calls which are bound to intensify following the still-unfolding Japanese catastrophe.

On top of the worst earthquake in its history and a tsunami which may have killed tens of thousands, Japan – a nation which for obvious reasons after the events of 1945 has a love-hate relationship with nuclear power – is staring into the atomic abyss.
-Japan's nightmare gets even WORSE

Note that the exploding reactors were manufactured by the US state’s favorite firm, GE. Does that mean that the US, which still militarily occupies Japan, forced these devices on that country? Who can doubt it. May one good thing come out of this horrific disaster: the US tossed out of its client state. 66 years after the criminal firebombing of Japanese civilians, not to speak of the nuking of the civilians of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Japan must be independent of the conqueror.- US Out of Japan!

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