Tuesday, 29 May 2012

And Let the Fish be Dammed

Planned hydropower dams along the Mekong River will have a devastating effect on inland fisheries. / Credit:Irwin Loy/IPS

The bountiful rivers throughout this South-east Asian country have allowed Cambodians to be self-reliant for generations. But concerned environmentalists envision a future where this vital food supply will no longer provide enough protein to feed the country on its own. 

The Mekong system is the most productive freshwater fishery in the world. It represents a key source of animal protein for the countries along the Lower Mekong - Thailand, Laos, Cambodia and Vietnam. 

No country is more dependent on this than Cambodia, where most of the nation’s protein intake comes from its inland fisheries. 

Environmentalists are warning, however, that a series of hydropower dams proposed for the Lower Mekong’s mainstream river pose a grave threat to the region’s food supply

Full Story -  http://ipsnews.net/news.asp?idnews=107947

Friday, 25 May 2012

First Badgers, now Buzzards - watch out Great Bustards - tapped up governments here we come!

Government to spend £400,000 to protect pheasants from buzzards

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Buzzards, which are native to the UK, are being targeted by the UK Government because they eat non-native pheasant chicks
RSPB ‘stunned' by DEFRA plan to ‘imprison' wild buzzards to favour captive-reared pheasants
May 2012. The RSPB is stunned by Defra's plan to allow the destruction of buzzard nests and to permit buzzards to be taken into captivity to remove them from shooting estates. The Society believes this intervention against one of England's best-loved birds of prey will set a terrible precedent and prove to be a costly and unnecessary exercise.
The move by Defra followed lobbying by the pheasant shooting industry. Buzzards usually scavenge on animals which have already died, but they will sometimes take young pheasants which are released for sports shooting.
Buzzard persecution & recovery
The buzzard was eradicated from large swathes of Britain following decades of persecution. Legal protection and a general warming of attitudes towards buzzards and other birds of prey on the part of many lowland land managers, led to buzzards recovering across the UK: a fantastic conservation success story.
Martin Harper is the RSPB's conservation director. Criticising Defra's proposal, he said: "We are shocked by Defra's plans to destroy buzzard nests and to take buzzards into captivity to protect a non-native game bird released in its millions. Buzzards play a minor role in pheasant losses, compared with other factors like collisions with vehicles."



Wednesday, 23 May 2012

The Greatest and hopefully most influential Quote of all time

 "The only place there will never be a Coup d'├ętat is the USA 
because they don't have an American Embassy".

  Ecuadorian PM - Rafael Correa

If you don't get it - It's because the USA government/illuminati is the cause of many problems in many countries

Wednesday, 16 May 2012

Marine Conservation Society think women and Sir David are stupid!

The Marine Conservation society keep on digging their own grave. This time they've decided to put flowers on 'their' T-shirts for women, whilst the men's T-shirts have a Manta Ray. It reminds me of the comedy sketches where women in the 19th century and Little Britain didn't know anything about what happened outside their front door, ie preferring to stroke kittens to talking about politics lol

Marine Conservation Society
Debenhams have launched their latest Mantaray t-shirts designed especially for MCS with all profits supporting our conservation work. Here's Monty Halls & Kate Humble wearing the t-shirts. Get yours now! http://bit.ly/JStGb9
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Monday, 14 May 2012

Luke Harding is an Illuminati Hippy

  • Luke Harding is an award winning journalist!!! Yet, this article of his is exactly the same attitude that the vile brainwashed Illuminati Pupppy Yuppy Hippy douchbags (IPYHs) offspring of diplomatic servants have!

    TV review: The WikiLeaks editor's Hezbollah interview on his TV show debut leaves Luke Harding with more questions than answers

Sunday, 13 May 2012

Population Control: UK aid funds forced sterilisation of India's poor

Millions more Indian women  have forced sterilization than Indian dogs!
 Is aid money for sterilizing bitches from NGO's being used for sterilizing women? 

The MCS claim to believe The Earth can feed an 'infinite' amount of people and animals, so human population control isn't necessary for wildlife conservation!
This view won't get you much funding though, so are NGO's seeing the red light mist and forcing population control, rather than promoting the ethos of sustainable communities like Kerala?


Monday, 7 May 2012

Dinosaur gases 'warmed the Earth'


Giant dinosaurs could have warmed the planet with their flatulence, say scientists.

Conservation certainly won't be possible with an infinite amount of humans and doesn't go hand in hand with fish farming  

Thought I'd draw your attention to this theory                        http://www.bbc.co.uk/nature/17953792
- If you equate humans as being modern day dinosaurs for their abundance, diet, diet's diet and other methane releasing activities - http://www.esu-services.ch/fileadmin/download/buchspies-2011-LCA-fish.pdf
- 'marine conservation' etc is dependant on the success of the fartless sheep they have produced in Australia!