LYNAS CAN SHIT FIRST AND GIVEN TEN MONTHS TO TELL US HOW THESE SHITS WILL BE DEALT WITH. WHAT KIND OF EXPERTISE IN AELB, SHIT,

What they dont understand???? Australia already say that they wont accept the waste!!!!!!!!!! What is it that they dont understand hereYou mean, operate first and ten months later only give us the plan to ship out. So if they fumble and no country wants to accept the waste, what happens? Or sorry, elections will be over by then what. After that,Let us not concern ourselves with what Liow Tiong Lai has said simplty because he has shown himself to be completely unbelievable. Noor Hasnah Khairullah, what you are saying is the equivalent of Lynas will submit its architectural drawings for its toilet to the appropriate authority for approval only when its excrement is exiting its anus. Bullshit. According to the letter of undertaking, which is duplicated in the PSC report, Lynas only agreed to ship out the wastes generated during the 2 years TOL period, not the 20 years Lynas will be in operated. Lies, lies and more lies from the Barisan.
Too early to tell really, effects of nuclear disasters stretch for decades.
The area around Chernobyl is still & will remain for a long time a no man’s land. People still get cancers & birth defects which can be linked to chernobyl. The full extent of Fukushima isn’t clear yet (e.g. currently a lot of fish species are full with radioactive crap, some of those species migrate and get caught for food all over the world etc.) There are still birth defects today linked to the bombs on Japan in ww2
“Mitsubishi’s rare-earth refinery is Malaysia’s worst industrial tragedy,” said T. Jayabalan, a public health consultant who lived in Bukit Merah in the late 1980s, fighting for the plant’s closure and documenting leukaemia cases.
Jayabalan said he had documented at least 11 deaths due to blood poisoning, brain tumours and leukaemia.TOXIC LEGACY IN RARE EARTH VILLAGE HAUNTS LYNAS.
AN ADAPTATION OF MOTHERCHELL WITH APOLOGIES
When the plant opened, villagers immediately complained of a stinging smoke and foul odour. Local ignorance meant that waste disposal was carried out with shocking recklessness.
“At one time, we dug a pit near a river in Bukit Merah and buried the waste,” said Ng.
“Occasionally, lumps of wet thorium sludge would fall off the lorry and school children would walk pass it.”
Mitsubishi Chemicals closed the plant in 1994 after a mounting public outcry, but the government has neither admitted nor denied radiation poisoning in the village.
The only payout by the company was a RM500,000 lump sum to the local community to aid victims in 1994.
“Look at my hands. The skin is peeling,” said a 68-year-old local resident who gave only his surname, Ng.
“When I go to a local bar, the women just take off, afraid that if I touch them they will be infected,” he said angrily of a mystery skin disorder he has endured for years.
Ng, who ran a hauling business, was awarded a contract to dispose of radioactive waste from the then-new facility in 1982.
The plant’s Japanese operators told him it could be used as fertiliser.
But the waste that he casually hauled away and disposed off in fields and rivers around Bukit Merah, home to 15,000 people, contained thorium, a carcinogenic radioactive chemical.
“At one time, we dug a pit near a river in Bukit Merah and buried the waste,” said Ng.
“Occasionally, lumps of wet thorium sludge would fall off the lorry and school children would walk pass it.”
Mitsubishi Chemicals closed the plant in 1994 after a mounting public outcry, but the government has neither admitted nor denied radiation poisoning in the village.
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Too early to tell really, effects of nuclear disasters stretch for decades.

Bhopal: Several survivors of the Bhopal Gas Tragedy, the world’s worst industrial disaster, who have been diagnosed with cancer and kidney failure, feel left in the lurch due to government’s apathy towards them.

At a press conference organized by four voluntary organizations, which are working among the survivors of the Bhopal disaster, here on Monday (May 2, 2011) the survivors complained that they had still not received the ex-gratia amount of Rs. 2 lakhs as declared by the Central government. Several relatives of such patients reported that their applications for payments of ex-gratia amounts were not heard and the patients died before they could benefit from the ex-gratia payment. Several families of survivors said they had to take out loan to meet the expenses of the treatment.

These organizations have condemned the heartless attitude and lackadaisical response of the Welfare Commissioner and demanded immediate intervention of the State government and the Group of Ministers in Bhopal, (GoMB), on this critical matter. The four NGOs under whose aegis the Press conference was held are: Bhopal Gas Peedit Mahila Stationery Karmchari Sangh; Bhopal Gas Peedit Mahila Purush Sangharsh Morcha; Children Against Dow Carbide & Bhopal Group for Information and Actionreadmore.http://malaysia786.wordpress.com/2012/06/28/lynas-can-shit-first-and-given-ten-months-to-tell-us-how-these-shits-will-be-dealt-with-what-kind-of-expertise-in-aelb-shit/

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