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Posted on March 7 at 9:19 a.m.

That article read like a mouth piece for the Nuclear industry. I wonder does Nick Welsh have stock in PG&E or is he like so many others that have been green washed into believing the lies the energy industry has been bombarding us for decades? I am pretty sure during the presentation Dr Brown stated the newly discovered faults run directly underneath the plant, not just offshore. I wonder if this article was designed to cover the work of the United Nations Association and World Business Academy or to help ease the mind of the writer. Maybe Mr Welsh needs to go live in or near the Fukushima Prefecture‎ for few weeks before he wakes up to the fact that any and all risk of exposure is to much. If Diablo was the Fukushima power plant and we had to move, I bet his article would have read a lot different. But then again this article would most likely not have been written as most people would have had to move away by now. Stay informed long enough to make a conscious change and hold the Reverend Sawada Gyosen in your heart as he trudges forward. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/tag/fuk...

On Fukushima Stirs Diablo Fears

Posted on February 4 at 9:40 a.m.

To say this is why we need a gang injunction, to me is not very well thought out. I wonder what the highest rates of crime are based around. Meaning I bet that domestic violence is at the top, maybe we should have domestic partner injunctions. Or how about alcohol injunctions cause we know that alcohol kills and maims more people then anything else, well except the over eating of dairy products.But God forbid we tell people that what they are eating is not only bad for you but got on your plate through acts of violence you could not stomach to watch let alone do, but since it is done behind closed doors we keep on ignoring it. You want to create real change in the community, it starts at home and ends right here. Stop blaming "those people over there".

On Downtown Stabbing at Carrillo and Chapala

Posted on January 3 at 6:29 p.m.

Or they could pull stupid mistake like they did in Louisiana Oil Driller Breaches Salt Mine Under Louisiana Lake, They are talking about sucking out the oil under the ground we live on. HELLO! http://youtu.be/_feWtkSucvE

On New Offshore Oil Plan in the Works

Posted on January 3 at 6:20 p.m.

Ohio lawmakers have put a temporary ban on fracking after experts say it is certain that recent fracking in the Buckeye State caused an outbreak of earthquakes.
I think this is just another good reason not drill anywhere near Diablo Canyon. Confirmed: Fracking caused Ohio earthquakes

http://rt.com/usa/news/fracking-ohio-...

On New Offshore Oil Plan in the Works

Posted on November 5 at 7:32 p.m.

Thank you Lane for all that you have done!

On Occupy Wall Street and Santa Barbara

Posted on October 27 at 11:29 p.m.

I think we have one of our voices. We want the people and the local government to divest from to big to fail banks and back into the community pretty simple and effect goal if you ask me. http://moveyourmoneyproject.org/
"The Move Your Money project is a nonprofit campaign that encourages individuals and institutions to divest from the nation's largest Wall Street banks and move to local financial institutions. Little has changed to prevent another financial crisis or to end 'Too Big To Fail,' and with Congress unwilling to act, we are encouraging individuals to take power into their own hands by voting with their dollars and no longer contributing to a financial system that has led our country astray. We are a campaign that gives people real, concrete actions they can take to create a more sane, stable and localized banking system. "
How is that for demand?

On This Is Not Your Daddy’s Protest

Posted on October 27 at 11:02 a.m.

Hello my name is Ricardo Frustockl and I am part of the 99%. Since I am in two of the pictures in this write up I would like to address some of the statements made here in. Brandon Fastman says “but the city has tolerated the daytime occupation” First of all it is our RIGHT and duty to protest when governments are not for the people by the people. 1st Amendment anyone? “The First Amendment (Amendment I) to the United States Constitution is part of the Bill of Rights. The amendment prohibits the making of any law respecting an establishment of religion, impeding the free exercise of religion, abridging the freedom of speech, infringing on the freedom of the press, interfering with the right to peaceably assemble or prohibiting the petitioning for a governmental redress of grievances.” And so again it is our duty not just a right.
Next he says that the facebook page has got 330,000 hits. Does he know of someway that no one else does on a page hit counter?
Then he says things like “As I shivered through three descending dusks watching a clutch of wide-eyed youth and battle-scarred rabble-rousers stumble their way through General Assembly meetings” Really cause most of the regulars at the meetings are in the 30’s and 40’s and have jobs might I add.
You know I could go on and on to point out the faults in this article but I will stop with this. We the people have had enough of business as usually both locally and nationally. From B.P. being allowed to bid on drilling rights to G.E.’s strangle hold on Nuclear energy production “Fukushima anyone”? To Monsanto GMO seeds. To Bank of America about to move 75, Trillion dollars over to their public side of the bank that we all know will go belly up again and then the tax payers will be stuck with the bill. There are plenty of things wrong. We have some very clear conversations on what needs to change. I challenge anyone who complains in the comment section to come on down and join us. Share your thoughts and ideas. Be the change you want to see in the world, I am! One last thing if you want to know about Anarchism maybe you might want to start reading alternative press and websites like this one http://www.anarchy.no/horizon1.html

On This Is Not Your Daddy’s Protest

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