American Soldiers Raped Their Way Across France

American World War Two GIs were dangerous sex-crazed rapists who the French feared as much as the Germans, explosive book claims by Mail Foreign Service Daily Mail (May 29 2013) *  Book 'debunks myth that the GI were manly and always behaved well' *  By 1944 women in Normandy 'filed complaints about rapes by US … Continue reading American Soldiers Raped Their Way Across France

Japan: No Nuclear Workers?

Stricken Japan nuke plant struggles to keep staff by Yuri Kageyama Associated Press (May 23 2013) Keeping the meltdown-stricken Fukushima nuclear plant in northeastern Japan in stable condition requires a cast of thousands. Increasingly the plant's operator is struggling to find enough workers, a trend that many expect to worsen and hamper progress in the … Continue reading Japan: No Nuclear Workers?

Media Disinformation and the Conspiracy Panic Phenomenon

by James F Tracy Global Research (May 24 2013) To posit that one's government may be partially composed of unaccountable criminal elements is cause for serious censure in polite circles. Labeled "conspiracy theories" by a corporate media that prompt and channel emotionally-laden mass consent, such perspectives are quickly dispatched to the memory hole lest they … Continue reading Media Disinformation and the Conspiracy Panic Phenomenon


Japanese Officials Upped Radiation Yardsticks to Dodge Compensation Costs. Investigation by The Asahi Shimbun shows higher level was sought to lower number of evacuees, limit compensation. by Andrea Germanos, staff writer (May 26 2013) Japanese officials raised the level of acceptable radiation doses for evacuees of the Fukushima nuclear disaster to avoid increasing costs … Continue reading Exposed