They allege that IAEA is "pro-nuclear", the suggestion being that appointed panel members may have a "built-in" bias which may favour Lynas.
8 paragraphs lauded the miracle that is IAEA. As laymen we will not dispute the workings of this august international body. But like us they are also humans, no?
But let’s get straight to the point. In Malaysia MONEY has worked miracles. Already money has changed hands and our nuclear headman is promised a job after retirement. With money, we can make elephants fly and entice a man-eating tiger to morph into a covetously coquettish shaved pussy! We have amassed encyclopedic volumes of how money moves openly, fluidly and UNASHAMEDLY.
When the 9 member-panel comes into Kuantan we will afford them the brand of hospitality that is Malaysian although they will invariably be gifted with thousand ringgit batiks, lavish dining, branded gifts (?) etc etc etc by our overly- patronizingly grinning government officials. If Lynas were to throw in dinners etc. it would be considered as a conflict of interest. However, the Kuantan public must insist that IN THE SPIRIT OF TRANSPARENCY, Dr Jeyabalan and YB Fuziah must INSIST to be present as observers when the panel conducts their investigations at the Lynas plant.
Aside from this we will put no impediments in their quest. BUT when they finally release their findings we want them to do it publicly in front of Kuantan rakyat. The people of Kuantan will insist that the findings in writing be available for anyone who asks for them.
YB Fuziah talked about the buffer zone where several hundred thousands reside. Lets have answers from the IAEA panel bout this! Hopefully the panel will UNEARTH SOME RARE RESULTS.
This toxic lake poisons Chinese farmers, their children and their land. It is what's left behind after making the magnets for Britain's latest wind turbines... and, as a special Live investigation reveals, is merely one of a multitude of environmental sins committed in the name of our new green Jerusalem.....
The lake of toxic waste at Baotou, China, which as been dumped by the rare earth processing plants in the background
On the outskirts of one of China’s most polluted cities, an old farmer stares despairingly out across an immense lake of bubbling toxic waste covered in black dust. He remembers it as fields of wheat and corn.
Villagers Su Bairen, 69, and Yan Man Jia Hong, 74, stand on the edge of the six-mile-wide toxic lake in Baotou, China that has devastated their farmland and ruined the health of the people in their community
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