The main quake happened at about 21:10 local time on Friday (04:10 GMT on Saturday) and its epicentre was 1 mile (2km) east of the town of La Habra.
If you zoom in on the map from the link above to La Habra (just east of Doney) you will see there are no less than 17 active Frack wells just east of La Habra, right on the line of the earthquake fault and right in the epicenter of the earthquakes!! ( marked with red stars)
Monday’s 4.4 quake was a timely warning. It’s typical that the USA permits fracking waste injection wells, known to trigger earthquakes, all over an area of dangerous fault lines. Anything goes, as always in the sacred cause of making a fast buck. Of course prospecting and extracting new fossil fuel resources is ecocidal and ultimately suicidal for the human race, since we need to leave most of the already discovered fossil fuels in the ground, just to avoid a total catastrophe. Instead billions of public cash in tax breaks are handed out to these same mega criminals. Now hopefully fracking will be banned, at least in the city of LA.
the below articles were written just before the 17th March quake,, now they can say ‘I told you so!!
Junípero Serra fundó el sistema de campos de trabajo que agilizó el genocidio cultural de California. Las misiones españolas fueron verdaderos campos de exterminación. Junípero Serra era un fanático del Nacional Catolicismo que sigue bien vivo hasta hoy día, alcanzando su mayor nivel de locura en los masacres del fascismo bajo el Franco, el robo de decenas de miles de bebés….. etc
Borrados dos veces
18 de noviembre 2013 Un caso impactante de negación del evidente resalta el problema que los católicos – y el Papa Francisco – tienen con la historia.
Por George Monbiot , publicado en The Guardian , 19 de noviembre 2013. Traducción por Google y The Free
Es un pin-up para los liberales y los progresistas “, el nuevo héroe evidente de la izquierda. ” Así dice Jonathan Freedland en The Guardian del Papa Francisco ( 1 ) , y es verdad que la mayor parte de las sorpresas han sido buenas.
Sus declaraciones denunciando el capitalismo son del tipo que casi ningún dirigente de un partido ahora se atreve a respirar (2,3). Él parece haber renunciado a la infalibilidad papal. Tiene la intención de reformar la curia corrupta e intrigante ( 4 ) . Él ha declarado una tregua parcial en la guerra contra el sexo que sus dos predecesores inmediatos perseguidos ( mientras que evita cuidadosamente la vista de la violación de niños ) con tal fervor espeluznante .Continue reading “El Papa Francisco quiere Canonizar el autor de un Genocidio de Indígenas”
The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) released a statement this morning that all hunger strike participants had resumed eating, ending a two month long hunger strike. 100 hunger strikers were participating as of yesterday afternoon, with 40 on hunger strike the entire 59 days since the launch of the strike. Protesting long-term solitary confinement and sensory deprivation in California’s Security Housing Units (SHUs), 30,000 prisoners in 24 prisons across the state and in out-of-state facilities housing CDCR prisoners launched a hunger strike on July 8th. Continue reading “California Prison Hunger Strike Ends After 60 Days”
“Man Down!” That’s the cry prisoners shout to the guards when a man needs immediate medical attention. The guards at Corcoran State Prison did not respond to the cry, and hunger striker Billy ‘Guero’ Sell died on July 22, 2013.
Marie Mason is a political prisoner, activist, and musician, among other things. She’s being held in a supermax gulag in Texas for over 22 years, and she never hurt anybody. Please visit supportmariemason.org/ for more information.
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Non-Hierarchical Occupation of Monsanto Everywhere
Whether you like it or not, chances are Monsanto contaminated the food you ate today with chemicals and GMOs. Monsanto controls much of the world’s food supply at the expense of food democracy worldwide. This site is dedicated to empowering citizens of the world to take action against Monsanto during the week of September 17th, 2012.
Millions Against Monsanto: The Food Fight of Our LivesBy Brie Mazurek The Center for Urban Education about Sustainable AgricultureFarmer David Little of Little Organic Farmgrows potatoes without irrigation in a dry part of California.This week, as the nation grapples with the worst drought in decades, the USDA added more than 218 counties to its list of natural disaster areas, bringing the total to 1,584 — more than half of all U.S. counties. Farmers in the Midwest and Great Plains have been the hardest hit, but the drought is a growing reality for farmers across the country, including California. While the secretary of agriculture won’t comment on the drought’s link to climate change, it’s at the forefront of everyone’s mind, and as global warming unfolds, knowledge of dryland agriculturewill become increasingly valuable.David Little of Little Organic Farm has had to adapt to water scarcity in California’s Marin and Sonoma counties, where most farmers and ranchers rely on their own reservoirs, wells, and springs, making them particularly vulnerable in years with light rainfall. Through a technique known as dry farming, Little’s potatoes and squash receive no irrigation, getting all of their water from the soil. Continue reading “permaculture.. Farming without water”