Hacking, Shell Oil and a Japan report on activism and sex trade issues – ENW 26 July 2015

In the first hour of the show we look at issues happening in and around Europe including;

Finnish nuclear failures, Portugese banker being charged with fraud, Chinese dumping of US treasury bonds, French up the surveillance of citizens against concerns of the UN and much more. We also report on a possible manipulation of prolific and popular bloggers of news items and of radio show hosts being hacked.


Names such as author Naomi Wolf and activist radio show host Libbe Halevy are mentioned amongst other bloggers and a journalist of First Nations news in Canada (Brenda Norrel of Censored News) having google censor her article about Police complicity in the death of a First Nation activist and Facebook blocking the link.
Link to Libbe Halevey – http://www.nuclearhotseat.com/blog/
Link to Naomi Wolf – https://www.facebook.com/naomi.wolf.author?fref=ts
Link to Brenda Norrell – http://bsnorrell.blogspot.ie/

Link to podcast 45 mins approxhttp://www.weebly.com/uploads/1/2/8/9/12897302/shaun_jimmy_26_07_2015_pt1.mp3

In part 2 we discuss with Kevin Hester of the Extinction Report reports on the suspisious cases of the dead scientists who were studying the arctic ice melt.. We report that this winter may be a rerun of 2013 in the west of Europe because of the historicaly big El Nino climate system in the Pacific and its effects on the Jet stream. We get into how much time isnt left for life on the planet whilst co host Shaun McGee tries to put a desperately positive spin on certain climatic end of life pocesses we have been reporting on.

Screenshot_2015-07-26_21-49-33Credit to artist 281 Japan

Also in Part 2 we have Jon Doe, a great Guest from Tokyo who graphically describes life in Japan. He begins with his experience and thoughts on the Great Japan earthquake that caused 3 nuclear reactors to have varying degrees of meltdowns and contamination of large areas in Japan. Contaminated Water, No Sex For Prime Minister Abe supporters campaign, Update report on Megumi Igarashi, (aka Rokudenashiko) who is a woman rights activist and erotic artist living in a country where women are treated lesser than men. Jon Doe also discusses the problems of the teenage sex trade in Japan.

We also discuss the situation in Okinawa and the clampdown on freedom of speech and the denial of the democratic process by the Tokyo government to quash dissent. We discuss media coverage of Fukushima.

Link to Jon Doe GLR Report from Tokyo – https://www.youtube.com/user/freedomwv

Link to podcast interviews 66 mins approxhttp://www.weebly.com/uploads/1/2/8/9/12897302/shaun_jimmy_26_07_2015_pt2.mp3

In hour 3 of the show and following last weeks interview with fellow protester Gerry Bourke we have an exclusive interview with protester Liam Heffernan who was in the Irish courts last week to win a landslide victory against Shell Oil and their criminal actions against protesters. This podcast needs to be listened to by all free thinking irish peoples.


This interview went on for longer than expected because Liam documented for us the goings on by Shell Oil and their corporate backers. Liam has not been asked for interview concerning this story though he is central to the Landmark decision by the Irish Jury to support the rights of Protest (Currently being undermined by many European Governments). We try to analyse some of the reasons that are stopping journalists reporting this massive story behing the “Booze for Gardai “ scandal.

As you might expect the similarities between the Industrial disaster zones that are BP, Shell and TEPCO are discussed including how the PR companies like WPP have contributed to activist harrasmment, stopping the media reporting and finding compliant experts to sooth the publics “fears”.

Link to Gerry Bourke and Liam Heffernan http://www.shelltosea.com/

Link to podcast interview 57 mins approx – http://podcaststorage.weebly.com/uploads/1/2/8/9/12897302/shaun_jimmy_26_07_2015_pt3.mp3



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