Sante / Health / Salud

Japan and the Globe: Okaerinasai - Welcome back, Life?

franzlee, Sunday, April 10, 2011 - 21:43

Franz J. T. Lee

There is no way to clean up this radioactive mess imposed on us by corporate profit seekers of military and 'civil' kind. It's a silent, invisible killer which is going to outlast us.

Aux marchands du temple, futurs « liquidateurs » à Gentilly-2

Anonyme, Saturday, April 9, 2011 - 08:13

Cluadette Piché et al

En réponse aux commerçants du nucléaire

Bloc d'amiante

Anonyme, Wednesday, April 6, 2011 - 08:17

martin richard

Le Bloc Québécois est pour le registre des armes à feu et pour l'exportation de l'amiante. Moralité: la mort programmée et les graves problèmes de santé publique sont acceptables s'ils rapportent des votes.

Honte au Bloc Québécois.

martin richard

BTL: Plutonium Found in Soil Near Stricken Japanese Nuclear Complex; Groups Demand Radiation Data from U.S. Government

Anonyme, Sunday, April 3, 2011 - 07:56

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Interview with Tom Clements, Southeastern nuclear campaign coordinator with the environmental group Friends of the Earth, conducted by Scott Harris

As the crisis at Japan's Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant complex entered its third week, there were growing concerns about soil samples collected near the plant that revealed the presence of small amounts of plutonium. All nuclear power plants produce small amounts of plutonium within protected uranium fuel rods, but Fukushima’s Unit number 3 reactor uses a mix of uranium and plutonium or ”Mox,” fuel. The soil tests could indicate that there may be a dangerous breach of the Number Three reactor’s containment vessel. Plutonium, with a half-life of more than 24,000 years, is one of the most dangerous substances known on earth. When it enters the body through the air, in drinking water or in food, Plutonium can damage DNA and cause cancers. Story continues

Occupation d’AînéEs Oglala et du NYM à Pine Ridge

Anonyme, Thursday, March 31, 2011 - 19:00

L'Oglala Band du Native Youth Movement

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Déclaration internationale

L'Oglala Band du Native Youth Movement
Nation Oglala non cédée [aux États-Unis]
21 mars 2011

L'Oglala Band du Native Youth Movement et la Strong Heart Warrior Society occupent actuellement un immeuble sur le territoire de la nation Oglala (soi-disant Porcupine, sud du Dakota) avec des AînéEs de la nation Lakota.

Prospects of a radiant future: From Chernobyl to Fukushima

franzlee, Wednesday, March 30, 2011 - 14:17

Jutta Schmitt

Today and in spite of the massive cover-up that tried to bury the facts of the Chernobyl accident under a disinformation sarcophagus, we know that worldwide almost one million people died from exposure to the radiation released from the explosion of its infamous reactor block number 4. What will we get to know 25 years after Fukushima?

Réformes de la santé : le capitalisme nous condamne à mourir à petit feu

Anonyme, Tuesday, March 29, 2011 - 01:09

Antoine – Courant Communiste International

Politique de santé et capitalisme...

Autonomous Defenders of Choice Communique from March 27th Direct Action

Riki Tiki, Monday, March 28, 2011 - 14:30

Autonomous Defenders of Choice

On March 27th, 2011 some defenders of women's rights confronted the anti-choice Quebec Life Coalitions action 40 Days for Life in Montreal.

Banners were held and music was played in solidarity with the Morgentaler Clinic, its workers, and its patients.

The 40 Days for Life campaign is an international project focused on using prayer and silence to shame women into not exercising their right to choose.

Some autonomous defenders of choice took direct action by defacing the large, religiously oppressive, and hateful banner. They obscured the length of the banner with red paint, representing the blood of the women who have lost their lives from un-safe abortions on Turtle Island and around the world.


Fukushima: Mendigos, esclavos nucleares en Japón (Mendiants, esclaves nucléaires recrutés au Japon)

Anonyme, Sunday, March 27, 2011 - 12:37


Les ENTREPRISES japonaises recrutent des indigents pour nettoyer des centrales atomiques. Beaucoup meurent de cancer. CHRONIQUE avec les protagonistes de ce scandale inconcevable

LAS EMPRESAS niponas reclutan indigentes para limpiar centrales atómicas. Muchos mueren de cáncer. CRONICA ha hablado con los protagonistas de este inconcebible escándalo

Espagnol :

Fukushima Radiation: Some Difficult Truths

Anonyme, Friday, March 25, 2011 - 12:01

Ritt Goldstein

The ongoing Fukushima nuclear crisis has raised numerous concerns, the candor of pronouncements regarding the reality of circumstances being one of them. As many wonder what the future will hold, the events reported in this article suggest some possible conclusions, the facts being less than reassuring.

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