Monday, May 30, 2016

Cached Version of May 8, 2016 Post Re Panama Papers, which disappeared

This is Google's cache of It is a snapshot of the page as it appeared on 20 May 2016 18:11:14 GMT.

Sunday, May 08, 2016
Panama Papers & Media Underreporting of LENR

Excerpts from a whistleblower:

The media has failed. Many news networks are cartoonish parodies of their former selves… limiting coverage of serious matters concerning the wealthy, and serious investigative journalists lack funding. The impact is real: in addition to Süddeutsche Zeitung and International Consortium of Investigative Journalists …several major media outlets did have editors review documents from the Panama Papers... there was not a single one interested in reporting on the story.
But most of all, the legal profession has failed. Those able to pay the most can always find a lawyer to serve their ends…

…Yet we live in a time of inexpensive, limitless digital storage and fast internet connections that transcend national boundaries. It doesn't take much to connect the dots: from start to finish, inception to global media…

Earlier posts in Londont blog highlighted lobbying by nuclear plant owners in obtaining approvals of operating extensions for reactors in Belgium and in Ontario. Also see here:

For a clearer view of impacts of the Panama papers read a Business Insider assessment:


The restoration of the above post, gives a base for presenting some updates:
Number 1(a) is an expose on Germany's "New Fire" website titled. "LENR Impeded by American Fortune 150 Energy Companies"
Number 1(b) is connecting Tom Darden and IH to named established energy players in LENR impediments, leading "New Fire" to conclude, "It is Solar-power Industry vs Leonardo Corporation.""
Number 2
A gloomy forecast of petroleum's Canadian future by a government-sponsored think tank. It states in part, "At a minimum, this plausible future would suggest that governments ensure that the risks of further investments in oil and gas infrastructure be borne by private interests rather than the taxpayer."
Surprisingly, nuclear investments do not get mention, and predictably, the report's authors do not have LENR on their radar. See CBC's analysis here, and the think tank report itself here.

Further Updates:
Readers interested in Panama Papers sequels (as well as LENR news) might bookmark where Mark Gibbs is a contributing editor. See his May 2016 article:


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