Edgar Cayce and the EU-Canada trade agreement threatens European fracking bans

Fracking is a very dangerous game indeed not only for the environment but as a means to procure land under the mantra of national emergency. The following report I first published in May 2013 to highlight the back room modus operandi of the powerful lobby behind the fracking extravaganza, and how they intend to forcefully introduce the industry in spite of all opposition. Today we can see clearly this forced approach having a very big affect when it comes to overriding the decisions of local councils and county councils.

Over 100 new studies presenting the risks of fracking

A partnership encompassing nationwide medical and public health experts and scientists released the third edition of the Compendium of Scientific, Medical and Media Findings Demonstrating Risks and Harms of Fracking. The compendium, the first two editions of which were important in highlighting the science in New York before the ban was announced, compiles and summarises hundreds of peer-reviewed studies and other important findings on fracking.

Radon Gas, the facts

Fracking produces Radon. Radon is cancer-causing . You cannot see, smell or taste Radon. Radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer. The primary routes of human contamination to radon are inhalation and ingestion. Fracking is a method by which both water and air become contaminated with radon, in the chemical process of gas extraction, radon contaminates the groundwater, Although high concentrations of radon in groundwater may contribute to radon exposure through ingestion, the inhalation of radon released from water is usually more important, and the secondary means of ingestion via the burn off from the process called fracking.

Bank of England demands UK banks find another £27bn by 2020

The privately owned Central Bank, The Bank of England, administered by the House of Rothschild, has demanded the biggest lenders must show they have resources to continue providing vital financial services even should other parts of the bank or institution collapse. The UK’s top banks have been ordered to raise another £27bn by 2020, on top of cuts implemented since the 2008 collapse. It is being claimed by the corporate media that the demands are to prove to private regulators that the core of the financial system, such as bank payments, will still operate even if they collapse.