The Videos Banned Only in Australia

Activist Post
Thursday, May 15, 2014

Chances are, you can view the videos below – unless you’re Australian.

Apparently, under Australian jurisdiction, you will see an image similar to the one on the right (minus the word “censored”). Anywhere else it can be seen and heard perfectly normally.

According to the The Expendable Project, there are a growing number of online videos like the ones below that are being censored from the Australian people, and only the Australian people.

YouTube didn’t remove the videos. But Google, owner of YouTube was allegedly forced to block the videos from Australian IP addresses on order of the Australian authorities.

Could this have anything to do with Schapelle Corby?

People for Schapelle Corby asks:


What is it they don’t want the people to see?

What is it that threatens the Australian establishment, and its media?

What are they so scared of?

They are afraid that the people of Australia might learn the truth: learn how corrupt they are, who they govern for, and what they are prepared to do to anyone who gets caught under the wheels of their greed.

In a nutshell, they fear an innocent and courageous woman who DID get caught under those wheels.

Her name is Schapelle Corby, and The Expendable Project has published hundreds of government cables, including dozens of items of ministerial correspondence, which exposes them, by their own hands. It proves exactly what they did to her to protect their own interests.
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Japan’s TEPCO to Start Dumping Fukushima Water Into Ocean Next Week


MOSCOW, May 16 (RIA Novosti) – Tokyo Electric Power (TEPCO), the operator of the crippled Fukushima nuclear power plant, plans to begin releasing underground water near the facility into the Pacific Ocean as early as next Wednesday, The Asahi Shimbun reported Friday.

The first water to be released will total around 560 tons, the agency said citing an official from the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry. TEPCO will begin releasing the water as soon as it presents results of radiation tests to local government and the fishing industry.

Initial talks between the government and TEPCO agreed that only water with 1,500 becquerels of radiation or less per liter could be released. Tests conducted by TEPCO and two outside agencies have revealed that the Fukushima underground water met the standards, averaging 220 to 240 becquerels of tritium per liter.

TEPCO began pumping out groundwater from the Fukushima nuclear plant in April in an effort to prevent further radioactive leaks.

The company continues to grapple with the problem of contaminated water storage, with about 450,000 tons of highly-radioactive water currently being stored in Fukushima’s underground facilities and tanks. Experts say some 15,000 tons is also being held in a service tunnel. According to recent estimates, up to 400 tons of contaminated water from the damaged plant is seeping into the Pacific Ocean every day.
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