One of the worst disasters in the long, disgraceful history of nuclear power has been the on-going disaster at Fukushima, caused by the March, 2011, earthquake and tsunami.

There are several good websites about nuclear power, including
Beyond Nuclear, ENE News, Enformable and the Nuclear Information and Resource Service.

A couple of “big names” on the issue of nuclear power are Dr. Helen Caldicott and Arnie Gundersen. Also worth mentioning is Dr. Rosalie Bertell, who passed away last year. (Gundersen) (Bertell)

There is also a really interesting film about the nuclear power industry in Japan. It is an older film, but tells us a great deal about the treatment of workers in the nuclear power plants of Japan.

“Nuclear Ginza,” part one

“Nuclear Ginza,” part two

But I digress! The title of this post is “Fukushima,” and so I will list some of the sources I have found over the past couple of years.

Fukushima Diary


Fukushima Response Bay Area

Simply Info


Acres USA
“A Voice for Eco-Agriculture”

Action Network
“An online environmental activism community”

Alliance for Climate Protection
RePower America

American Beekeeping Federation

Appetite for Profit
“Changing the Way People Think About Food”

Beyond Pesticides

Center for Food Action

Center for Food Safety

Center for Rural Affairs

Clear Air Gardening:  Environmentally Friendly Lawn & Garden Supplies

The Daily Green
“The consumer’s guide to the green revolution”

“Because the Earth needs a good lawyer”

Ecology Action

Farm Aid

Farm Policy
“daily summary of news relating to U.S. farm policy… diverse…audience   from across the political spectrum.”

Farm Sanctuary
“… works to protect farm animals from cruelty, inspire change in the way society views and treats farm animals, and promote compassionate vegan living. ”

Farm Wars
“Fighting to Save the Family Farm”

Farm Worker Pesticide Project

Farming Pathogens
“Disease in a World of our Own Making”

Farms Not Arms
“Farmers Say NO to War and Terror”

Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense Fund
“Defending the rights and broadening the freedoms of family farms and protecting  consumer access to raw milk and nutrient-dense foods”

Farmworker Legal Services of New York

Florida Organic Growers

Food Democracy Now

Food Freedom

Food Research and Action Center
“…the leading national nonprofit organization working to improve public policies and  public-private partnerships to eradicate hunger and undernutrition in the United     States.”

ÿP  Food Rights Network
“… investigative research and advocacy on crucial food issues… exposing the     ‘biosolids’ scam… turning America’s farm and ranch land into a dumping ground for     hazardous waste.”

Food and Water Watch

“…online food and health news outlet”


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Photos of Babies Deformed at Birth as a Result of Depleted Uranium (DU) 2003 photos: Dr. Jenan Hassan

My father fought Hitler in World War II for the right for his children and grandchildren to live in a FREE COUNTRY.  He was a  tailgunner and photographer in the Army Air Force and completed 52 missions over southern Germany and the oil fields of Vienna.

So, until they come to take me away to torture me along with the other Muslims at Guantanamo and the CIA’s black sites, I am going to continue posting sites that tell THE TRUTH about depleted uranium.

~ Hajja Romi

Canadian Coalition for Nuclear Responsibility
“Radioactive Byproducts of Depleted Uranium”

Photos of Babies Deformed at Birth as a Result of Depleted Uranium (DU) 2003 photos: Dr. Jenan Hassan

Congressman Kucinich on Depleted Uranium

Photos of Babies Deformed at Birth as a Result of Depleted Uranium (DU) 2003 photos: Dr. Jenan Hassan

Gulf War Vets
Depleted Uranium

Photos of Babies Deformed at Birth as a Result of Depleted Uranium (DU) 2003 photos: Dr. Jenan Hassan

Pandora DU Research Project

Photos of Babies Deformed at Birth as a Result of Depleted Uranium (DU) 2003 photos: Dr. Jenan Hassan

We’re Not In Kansas Anymore
Irving Hall

Photos of Babies Deformed at Birth as a Result of Depleted Uranium (DU) 2003 photos: Dr. Jenan Hassan

World Uranium Weapons Conference, Hamburg, 2003

Photos of Babies Deformed at Birth as a Result of Depleted Uranium (DU) 2003 photos: Dr. Jenan Hassan

All photos by Dr. Jenan Hasan at

Photos of Babies Deformed at Birth as a Result of Depleted Uranium (DU) 2003 photos: Dr. Jenan Hassan

The Israeli atrocities against Gaza in the Winter of 2008/9 were not well-publicized in the West, but they were as ugly a series of war crimes as the American attacks on Fallujah or the use of chemical and uranium weapons anywhere in the Middle East.

These are some websites which show graphic evidence of how evil the Israeli attacks on innocent civilians were.  They should be viewed with caution.

~ Romi

P.S.  I am only listing a few of the many sites which are in English.

Israeli massacre of Palestinian children in Gaza.


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What Really Happened

Israeli massacre of Palestinian children in Gaza.

Forwarded on behalf of the Leonard Peltier Defense Offense Committee
September 6, 2010

Sisters, brothers, friends and supporters,

I wish I could sit across the table from each of you right now. We’d
share a meal and reflect on changes in this world over these 35 or
so years. Yes, I pay attention to things on the outside (as much as
possible). I know the world is in turmoil and I ache for the Native
people who languish in utter poverty on reservations and in inner
cities across America.

As a young man, all I wanted to do was make a positive difference
in the People’s lives. I’ll turn 66 years old next week and I
still want that. It’s difficult to have an impact in my current
circumstances, though. That’s a constant source of frustration for
me. On the outside, given the chance to roll up my sleeves once
again, I suspect I’d still be somewhat frustrated. All that must
be done is more than any one person can accomplish. I’d still like
the opportunity to do my part.

Thinking back to those days on Pine Ridge, what I remember is the
funerals. There were so many funerals… So many families lost
loved ones.

There was a powerful force at work on the reservation back then,
one with a single purpose-to stamp out the last resistance of the
Lakota people.

We (the Oglala traditionals and members of the American Indian
Movement) stood up because we were trying to defend our People. It
was the right thing to do. We had-have-the right to survive.

The land was being stolen, too… used for mining mostly. No thought
was given to the disposal of toxic waste. The rivers were full of
poisons. Not much has changed, I hear.

In those days, though, the reservation was torn apart by a
tribal dispute and the federal government armed one group against
another. The result was a long line of tragedies for the People
of Pine Ridge… and for the People who were there that day in
June 1975.

I honestly understand the pain and anguish suffered by all concerned
and I have been part of that suffering.

I have watched people lie on the witness stand countless times and
felt the doors closing on me.

I have heard judges admonish prosecutors for allowing false evidence
in and, in some cases, for participating in the falsification itself.

The government hid evidence, too.

Or manufactured it. Literally.

The courts say none of this is even in dispute anymore. So I wonder,
if the American standard of justice is still “beyond a reasonable
doubt,” why am I still here?

Some people have had their convictions overturned because of one
constitutional violation. The number of constitutional violations
in my case is staggering. Yet, I continue to wait here for the same
justice to be applied for me.

I hope that someday someone can put it all on the table and show
the enormity of the railroading I have been victimized by.

Last year, as you know, my parole was denied. That was a
disappointment, but I am not defeated. My fight for freedom-for
my People and myself-is not over. I am a pipe carrier and
a Sundancer. Abandoning The Struggle is not-never will be-a

I am an Indian man and proud of it. I love my People and culture
and spiritual beliefs. My enemies like to suggest otherwise and
seek to rob me of all dignity. They won’t succeed.

When I look back over all the years, I remember all the good people
who have stood up for me, for a day or a decade. Of course, many
have stayed with me all along the way. I think of the hundreds of
thousands of people around the world who have signed petitions for
me, too… people on the poorest of reservations to the highest of
political offices.

As we have learned over these many years, my freedom won’t come
quickly or easily. To succeed, the coming battle will have to be
hard fought. Please continue to help my Committee and legal team
as you have always done. Your support is more important now than
ever before. When freedom comes, it will be due in no small part
to the actions you take on my behalf.

Again, thank you for remembering me. You can’t know the comfort you
bring to an innocent man locked away from the world for so very long.


Leonard Peltier
US Penitentiary
PO Box 1000
Lewisburg, PA 17837

Launched into cyberspace by the Leonard Peltier Defence Offense
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Time to set him free… Because it is the RIGHT thing to do.

Friends of Peltier

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Today I came across a few more sites about 9/11.  Given that a lot of people are impressed whenever military officers open their mouths, I think the second site here is a good one to know about.

~ Romi

Cherchez la Veritez [Search for the Truth]
“One 71-year-old’s search for the truth:  911, election fraud, illegal wars, Wall     Street criminality, a stolen nuke, the swine flu scam, control of the US government     by global corporations, the unjustified assault on Social Security, media complicity,     and the “Great Recession” about to become a second Great Depression…”

Military Officers for 9/11 Truth

Tyranny Alert
“‘A government afraid of its citizens is a Democracy.  Citizens afraid of Government is Tyranny.’ ~ Thomas Jefferson”


9/11 Inside Job  photos/charlespickens/371324495/

Festival of the Corn. Held each year on the Mashantucket Pequot Reservation in southeastern Connecticut.                

I came across a really interesting-looking site today, the Mashantucket Pequot Museum and Research Center, in Mashantucket, Connecticut.

This is from their page describing the  permanent exhibits in the Museum:

“Utilizing the latest in exhibit design and technology, the 85,000-square-foot permanent indoor exhibits present four types of interpretation to the visitor: dioramas, text panels, interactive computer programs, and a series of films. Evolving Mashantucket Pequot life is conveyed through dioramas and exhibits, films and videos, interactive programs, archival materials, ethnographic and archaeological collections, and commissioned works of art and traditional crafts by Native artisans. A glacial crevasse, a caribou hunt of 11,000 years ago, a walk-through, 16th-century woodland Indian village, a 17th-century Pequot fort, and an outdoor, 18th-century farmstead set on two acres with orchards and gardens are some of the exhibits that take visitors from the last Ice Age to modern times.”

~ Romi

Atwood I. Williams – Westerly – Grand Chief Sachem – Pequot Indians Conn. 1931