Update 1: Spanish protests being called the Spanish Revolution. Waiting for NATO to start bombing.
Today's news begins with a tale of two cities. One, in the city of Madrid, Spain where the unemployment situation among youths is beyond recoverable. The other, in the city of Exarcheia, Greece where violent protests are a daily occurrence. As the protests in Spain are just getting started, there is very little coverage about this in the MSM, but from this video, you can see the people are not happy (Note: The people are chanting "No democracy, only sh*t!) Aside from that, the one article today from the BBC does provide a small glimpse into the action with the title "Spanish youth rally in Madrid echoes Egypt protests." Of course, those following the developments across the European (Dis)Union already know social tensions are running high and the situation is deteriorating rapidly. As we reported two months ago, the situation in Greece is the one to keep your eye on in particular, because Greece was the first member of the PIIGS and the one that started it all - May flash crash, followed by a
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Here's an update on last week's article about the USPS being insolvent; if you needed any more confirmation to that fact. Give it three to four months.
And now, we present to you, the only news that matters but seems to get little to no attention by the MSM - Fukushima. Let's begin with this doozy of a news piece from the Japanese Jiji Press, which claims the US pressured TEPCO to release the radioactive water into the ocean on April 4th. The whole Fukushima story becomes more bizarre everyday but now the pieces of the puzzle are starting to come together - the final picture is not looking good.
If one doozy like that was not enough for you, here's another doozy of an article, from Bloomberg of all places, entitled "Tepco Misleading Public Over Nuclear Crisis." The title says it all but we have to say that Bloomberg is two months too late to the party if they think they are providing a revelation. Here is yet another handy dandy radiation monitor of Japan which says you may want to get out of dodge, for