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  • ARCHAEOLOGY NEWSFLASH NO.795

    ANCIENT TUNNELS UNDER THE SEA?

    "Oh, that's just too much!" sniggered my neighbour's brother, when he told him about some of our expeditions. "I have to meet this nut."

    So Brian brought him over.

    "Are you telling me," said Brian's brother, "that the ancient ones could really excavate such tunnels?"

    "I have been into two of this tunnel systems myself."

    He looked at me. "Really?"

    "You'd better believe it," I responded. "My wife is a witness. She went in with me."

    "But under the sea, as well?"

    "But what's the difference?" I asked. "If you are away, deep underground, why not?"

    Brian's brother looked thoughtful. "Do you have anything I can read while I'm here on holiday?"

    "Sure, come over to the office."

    I'm glad to say that Brian's brother was an honest man. At least, he had an open mind. And that's when the truth can sink in.

    Yes, there are, if we are to credit a number of reports, such tunnels.

    Not only that - but maps also, that track some of these long forgotten tunnels not only beneath the earth, but under the sea.

    You may discover one running from Spain to Morocco.Even some locals will admit that.

    But you will probably agree those which penetrate under the larger Atlantic and Pacific Oceans would be more intriguing.

    (See Dead Men’s Secrets, ch.19, items 22, 37, 47, 50, 64, 68, 69 and p.205)

    Of all responses to my book Dead Men’s Secrets, the chapter on ancient tunnels has attracted the most interest.

    Naturally enough, the mention of large systems of tunnels has elicited scepticism from some dear people.

    You hear them ask, understandably enough, How could the ancient races have had such technology?

    Why haven’t we heard more about these tunnels? And ifit's true, then why haven't we, with all our advanced technology, been able to accomplish something similar?And so on.

    In fact, a few dear folk have even accused me of making it up.

    Okay, I'll come clean. For quite some time I found myself agreeing with the tunnel sceptic that such ambitious construction projects were beyond our capabilities.

    LASER-CUT TUNNELS?

    From their appearance, it seemed that some of these tunnels could not have been drilled except by some kind of thermal drill or electron rays, which melted the rock but left no debris.

    Beyond our present capabilities?

    I now have to turn this into a question… because it seems very likely that we are catching up fast – and we may have even caught up – to this particular accomplishment of our ancestors.

    Here is the truth: the technology for constructing tunnels hundreds, even thousands, of feet below the ocean floor does now exist.

    The experience, the expertise, the machinery and the trained personnel are available. And - for secret government projects - even the money is no drawback.

    You should bear in mind that the petroleum industry routinely bores into the deep rock beneath the floor of the ocean.

    ENORMOUS SPEED OF TUNNEL CREATION

    There is evidence available that existing tunnel boring machines are capable of advancing even through fractured rock at an average rate of five miles per year.

    Given better conditions, it is well within the state of the art to make advances through rock of ten or more miles per year.

    With only one machine and crew, a tunnel system 100 miles long could definitely be constructed within a period of 10 to 20 years.

    Employing five machines, 500 or more miles could certainly be excavated within the same time period.

    This capability is real. For example, in the early 1980s a tunnel boring machine was used by the Pacific Gas and Electric Company to bore a 24 foot 1 inch diameter, 22,000 foot long tunnel.

    This was for construction of the Kerckhoff 2 Underground Hydroelectric Power plant, about 30 miles north-east of Fresno, California. Typical rates of progress were from 60 to 100 feet per day.

    If one assumes 365 days of work per year, this would achieve about 5½ miles of tunnel per year. (Edward R. Kennedy, P.E., “The Kerckhoff 2 Underground Hydroelectric Power Plant Project, A State-of-the-Art Application of a Tunnel Boring Machine”, US National Committee on Tunnelling Technology, Tunnelling Technology Newsletter, number 38, June 1982)

    At a meeting with government leaders of South Korea, the then Japanese prime minister Yoshiro Mori proposed a 108 mile tunnel under the sea to link the two countries.

    "THE PROBLEM IS MONEY"

    Mr Mori stated: “The construction is technically possible, but the problem is money.” (India Times)

    Richard Sauder, writing in Nexus, says, “The money to carry out a secret project of this sort certainly exists in the Pentagon’s ‘black budget’.

    The requisite infrastructure of secrecy to carry out such a project has been in place in the military-industrial complex for decades now.

    And there is even a paper trail that shows US Navy interest in building manned bases deep below the ocean floor.” (Nexus, “The Evidence for Secret Underwater Bases”, August-September 2001, p.28)

    All over the world there are mine tunnels that extend offshore under the sea. (Shan-tung Lu, “Undersea Coal Mining”, paper presented to the Department of Mining, College of Mineral Industries; George E. Sleight, Transactions of the Institution of Mining Engineers, vol. 112, pp.521-541; J.T. Robertson, Canadian Mining Journal, December 1964, pp.70-71)

    A United states Navy document from 1966 forthrightly discusses major military installations constructed beneath the sea bed.

    It states that, “Large undersea installations with a shirt-sleeve environment have existed under the continental shelves for many decade."

    The technology now exists, using off-the-shelf petroleum, mining, submarine, and nuclear equipment, to establish permanent manned installations within the sea floor that do not have any air umbilical or other connection with the land or water surface, yet maintain a normal one-atmosphere environment within….

    “…a Rock-Site installation consists of a room or series of rooms, excavated within the bedrock beneath the sea floor, using the in situ bedrock as the construction material.”

    ENORMOUS ROOMS UNDER THE SEA

    It should be noted that these “rooms” under the sea are probably enormous.

    An underground power plant in the Himalayan Mountains of Bhutan is hundreds of feet long and over 100 feet high!

    Lloyd A. Duscha, former Deputy Director of Engineering and Construction for the US Army Corps of Engineers in Washington, DC, said in a public speech:

    “There are other projects of similar scope, which I cannot identify, but which included multiple chambers up to 50 feet wide and 100 feet high using the same excavation procedures…”

    If you didn’t know, tunnelling under oceans, seas, bays and estuaries has been done for a very, very long time, all over the world, stretching way back at least into the 19th century, if not before.


    2,000 FEET UNDER THE SEA BED

    Undersea tunnels can stretch for miles and reach depths of 2,000 feet or more beneath the ocean floor.

    Of course, today’s technology is far more powerful and sophisticated than it was 50, 100 or 150 years ago. One can only speculate as to how long, how deep and how elaborate contemporary, clandestine, submarine tunnels might be.

    And perhaps there exists an even more sophisticated tunnelling technology than what we are being told about.

    After 30 years researching high technology, Norio Haykawa reports:

    “In 1950, we had some amazing tunnelling machines, using nuclear devices that could go 10 miles an hour melting the hard, tougher rocks and creating tunnels.”

    He refers to military tunnels allegedly linking facilities in Nevada with others in California. (“The Prophecy Club”, Secrets of Dreamland – video on top secret government research centres)

    Tunnels extending for long distances under land and sea? Let’s get real. It happened in the past and it is happening again!!!

    Would you like to know more?

    Okay, today I’m feeling in a generous mood. And I've decided to toss five of my most popular books into one big package and let you have them at great savings. With a free bonus as well!

    As usual, my accountant will shake his head at me. But I want YOU to know how I value you as a subscriber.

    I so much want you to enjoy this red-hot quintet, that for the next week you can have all 5 books (valued at $70) for only $39.95 - if you're interested.

    So here , is your master package. I've called this special 5 in 1 set, "MYSTERIES OF A LOST WORLD". Would you like to see what's in it?

    Book 1: 64 SECRETS AHEAD OF US

    Step by step, I'll walk you through sixty-four amazing ways in which an earlier, forgotten science and technology was superior to ours today.

    You will learn of secret formula's that could revolutionise modern aviation, construction and medicine - advanced secrets our world has forgotten.

    And art techniques we cannot copy... micro technology... sub-ocean tunnelling... time viewing devices... lamps that burn forever... You might well ask, WHAT NEXT???

    Book 2: THE BIZARRE ORIGIN OF EGYPT'S ANCIENT GODS

    Isis... Horus... Osiris... Crocodile gods... Cat gods... The golden calf... How did these begin? Why did civilised people worship such things?

    You'll explore with me a mysterious complex deep under Egypt's hot desert sands.

    And uncover the most daring hoax in history. As well as a 4,000 year old scandal that affects our society today.

    Would you like to know why the most popular man on earth was executed? How a beautiful woman impersonated someone else, so she could be queen?

    And the advanced technology used by ancient Egyptians to make a "dead" man come "alive"!

    Book 3: THE LOST WORLD OF GIANTS

    Have you ever wondered? Were there really humans 12 to 15 feet tall?

    * Have any tools, artefact's or houses of ancient giants been found?

    * Do historical records say anything about ancient giants?

    I am excited about this, because nearly 100 GIANT discoveries are documented here. With some pictures!

    I think you'll enjoy it.

    Book 4: IN A COFFIN IN EGYPT

    And I've packed in MORE surprises from wonderful Egypt, land of romance and mystery:

    Come and explore with me the secret tunnels of Sakkara...

    Also deep under Egypt's ancient desert sands, a mysterioustomb... Learn of a surprise oasis in the desert, where Joseph's Canal is pointed out by the locals... And amazing 100 foot deep grain pits for a 7 year famine...

    Then I'll share with you the incredible story of a vanishing mummy... as well as some prophecies to make Nostradamus look pale! You'll discover some startling information in all this.

    Gripping stuff!

    Book 5: INTO THE UNKNOWN

    And finally, I'm throwing in for your enjoyment some true wild adventure: my very first hair-raising expedition into the unmapped Amazon headwaters... where savages shrink human heads.

    I stayed among primitives whose ancestors once lived in cities!

    Just look at these chapters:
    * Midnight Drama in a Frontier Village
    * In the Hands of Two Murderers
    * Lost!
    * An Offer Too Dangerous to Accept
    * The Witch's Curse
    * How to Shrink a Head
    * Weird Sounds in the Dark
    * The Fire-god Sacrifice

    These red-hot eye-openers are valued at $70. But this next week all 5 books are yours, if you want them, for only $39.95... You save 43%!

    I'm not making this offer to the general public. It's specially reserved for you as one of my select customers.

    Just go to http://www.beforeus.com/mlw.phpto order your special copy right now.

    And you will be amazed. Guaranteed.

    Meanwhile, I wish you a wonderful day ahead.

    Until next time,
    Jonathan Gray

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    International explorer, archaeologist and author Jonathan Gray has travelled the world to gather data on ancient mysteries. He has penetrated some largely unexplored areas, including parts of the Amazon headwaters. The author has also led expeditions to the bottom of the sea and to remote mountain and desert regions of the world. He lectures internationally.
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    ARCHAEOLOGY NEWSFLASH NO.795 ANCIENT TUNNELS UNDER THE SEA? "Oh, that's just too much!" sniggered my neighbour's brother, when he told him about some of our expeditions. "I have to meet this nut." So Brian brought him over. "Are you telling me," said Brian's brother, "that the ancient ones could really excavate such tunnels?" "I have been into two of this tunnel systems myself." He looked at me. "Really?" "You'd better believe it," I responded. "My wife is a witness. She went in with me." "But under the sea, as well?" "But what's the difference?" I asked. "If you are away, deep underground, why not?" Brian's brother looked thoughtful. "Do you have anything I can read while I'm here on holiday?" "Sure, come over to the office." I'm glad to say that Brian's brother was an honest man. At least, he had an open mind. And that's when the truth can sink in. Yes, there are, if we are to credit a number of reports, such tunnels. Not only that - but maps also, that track some of these long forgotten tunnels not only beneath the earth, but under the sea. You may discover one running from Spain to Morocco.Even some locals will admit that. But you will probably agree those which penetrate under the larger Atlantic and Pacific Oceans would be more intriguing. (See Dead Men’s Secrets, ch.19, items 22, 37, 47, 50, 64, 68, 69 and p.205) Of all responses to my book Dead Men’s Secrets, the chapter on ancient tunnels has attracted the most interest. Naturally enough, the mention of large systems of tunnels has elicited scepticism from some dear people. You hear them ask, understandably enough, How could the ancient races have had such technology? Why haven’t we heard more about these tunnels? And ifit's true, then why haven't we, with all our advanced technology, been able to accomplish something similar?And so on. In fact, a few dear folk have even accused me of making it up. Okay, I'll come clean. For quite some time I found myself agreeing with the tunnel sceptic that such ambitious construction projects were beyond our capabilities. LASER-CUT TUNNELS? From their appearance, it seemed that some of these tunnels could not have been drilled except by some kind of thermal drill or electron rays, which melted the rock but left no debris. Beyond our present capabilities? I now have to turn this into a question… because it seems very likely that we are catching up fast – and we may have even caught up – to this particular accomplishment of our ancestors. Here is the truth: the technology for constructing tunnels hundreds, even thousands, of feet below the ocean floor does now exist. The experience, the expertise, the machinery and the trained personnel are available. And - for secret government projects - even the money is no drawback. You should bear in mind that the petroleum industry routinely bores into the deep rock beneath the floor of the ocean. ENORMOUS SPEED OF TUNNEL CREATION There is evidence available that existing tunnel boring machines are capable of advancing even through fractured rock at an average rate of five miles per year. Given better conditions, it is well within the state of the art to make advances through rock of ten or more miles per year. With only one machine and crew, a tunnel system 100 miles long could definitely be constructed within a period of 10 to 20 years. Employing five machines, 500 or more miles could certainly be excavated within the same time period. This capability is real. For example, in the early 1980s a tunnel boring machine was used by the Pacific Gas and Electric Company to bore a 24 foot 1 inch diameter, 22,000 foot long tunnel. This was for construction of the Kerckhoff 2 Underground Hydroelectric Power plant, about 30 miles north-east of Fresno, California. Typical rates of progress were from 60 to 100 feet per day. If one assumes 365 days of work per year, this would achieve about 5½ miles of tunnel per year. (Edward R. Kennedy, P.E., “The Kerckhoff 2 Underground Hydroelectric Power Plant Project, A State-of-the-Art Application of a Tunnel Boring Machine”, US National Committee on Tunnelling Technology, Tunnelling Technology Newsletter, number 38, June 1982) At a meeting with government leaders of South Korea, the then Japanese prime minister Yoshiro Mori proposed a 108 mile tunnel under the sea to link the two countries. "THE PROBLEM IS MONEY" Mr Mori stated: “The construction is technically possible, but the problem is money.” (India Times) Richard Sauder, writing in Nexus, says, “The money to carry out a secret project of this sort certainly exists in the Pentagon’s ‘black budget’. The requisite infrastructure of secrecy to carry out such a project has been in place in the military-industrial complex for decades now. And there is even a paper trail that shows US Navy interest in building manned bases deep below the ocean floor.” (Nexus, “The Evidence for Secret Underwater Bases”, August-September 2001, p.28) All over the world there are mine tunnels that extend offshore under the sea. (Shan-tung Lu, “Undersea Coal Mining”, paper presented to the Department of Mining, College of Mineral Industries; George E. Sleight, Transactions of the Institution of Mining Engineers, vol. 112, pp.521-541; J.T. Robertson, Canadian Mining Journal, December 1964, pp.70-71) A United states Navy document from 1966 forthrightly discusses major military installations constructed beneath the sea bed. It states that, “Large undersea installations with a shirt-sleeve environment have existed under the continental shelves for many decade." The technology now exists, using off-the-shelf petroleum, mining, submarine, and nuclear equipment, to establish permanent manned installations within the sea floor that do not have any air umbilical or other connection with the land or water surface, yet maintain a normal one-atmosphere environment within…. “…a Rock-Site installation consists of a room or series of rooms, excavated within the bedrock beneath the sea floor, using the in situ bedrock as the construction material.” ENORMOUS ROOMS UNDER THE SEA It should be noted that these “rooms” under the sea are probably enormous. An underground power plant in the Himalayan Mountains of Bhutan is hundreds of feet long and over 100 feet high! Lloyd A. Duscha, former Deputy Director of Engineering and Construction for the US Army Corps of Engineers in Washington, DC, said in a public speech: “There are other projects of similar scope, which I cannot identify, but which included multiple chambers up to 50 feet wide and 100 feet high using the same excavation procedures…” If you didn’t know, tunnelling under oceans, seas, bays and estuaries has been done for a very, very long time, all over the world, stretching way back at least into the 19th century, if not before. 2,000 FEET UNDER THE SEA BED Undersea tunnels can stretch for miles and reach depths of 2,000 feet or more beneath the ocean floor. Of course, today’s technology is far more powerful and sophisticated than it was 50, 100 or 150 years ago. One can only speculate as to how long, how deep and how elaborate contemporary, clandestine, submarine tunnels might be. And perhaps there exists an even more sophisticated tunnelling technology than what we are being told about. After 30 years researching high technology, Norio Haykawa reports: “In 1950, we had some amazing tunnelling machines, using nuclear devices that could go 10 miles an hour melting the hard, tougher rocks and creating tunnels.” He refers to military tunnels allegedly linking facilities in Nevada with others in California. (“The Prophecy Club”, Secrets of Dreamland – video on top secret government research centres) Tunnels extending for long distances under land and sea? Let’s get real. It happened in the past and it is happening again!!! Would you like to know more? Okay, today I’m feeling in a generous mood. And I've decided to toss five of my most popular books into one big package and let you have them at great savings. With a free bonus as well! As usual, my accountant will shake his head at me. But I want YOU to know how I value you as a subscriber. I so much want you to enjoy this red-hot quintet, that for the next week you can have all 5 books (valued at $70) for only $39.95 - if you're interested. So here , is your master package. I've called this special 5 in 1 set, "MYSTERIES OF A LOST WORLD". Would you like to see what's in it? Book 1: 64 SECRETS AHEAD OF US Step by step, I'll walk you through sixty-four amazing ways in which an earlier, forgotten science and technology was superior to ours today. You will learn of secret formula's that could revolutionise modern aviation, construction and medicine - advanced secrets our world has forgotten. And art techniques we cannot copy... micro technology... sub-ocean tunnelling... time viewing devices... lamps that burn forever... You might well ask, WHAT NEXT??? Book 2: THE BIZARRE ORIGIN OF EGYPT'S ANCIENT GODS Isis... Horus... Osiris... Crocodile gods... Cat gods... The golden calf... How did these begin? Why did civilised people worship such things? You'll explore with me a mysterious complex deep under Egypt's hot desert sands. And uncover the most daring hoax in history. As well as a 4,000 year old scandal that affects our society today. Would you like to know why the most popular man on earth was executed? How a beautiful woman impersonated someone else, so she could be queen? And the advanced technology used by ancient Egyptians to make a "dead" man come "alive"! Book 3: THE LOST WORLD OF GIANTS Have you ever wondered? Were there really humans 12 to 15 feet tall? * Have any tools, artefact's or houses of ancient giants been found? * Do historical records say anything about ancient giants? I am excited about this, because nearly 100 GIANT discoveries are documented here. With some pictures! I think you'll enjoy it. Book 4: IN A COFFIN IN EGYPT And I've packed in MORE surprises from wonderful Egypt, land of romance and mystery: Come and explore with me the secret tunnels of Sakkara... Also deep under Egypt's ancient desert sands, a mysterioustomb... Learn of a surprise oasis in the desert, where Joseph's Canal is pointed out by the locals... And amazing 100 foot deep grain pits for a 7 year famine... Then I'll share with you the incredible story of a vanishing mummy... as well as some prophecies to make Nostradamus look pale! You'll discover some startling information in all this. Gripping stuff! Book 5: INTO THE UNKNOWN And finally, I'm throwing in for your enjoyment some true wild adventure: my very first hair-raising expedition into the unmapped Amazon headwaters... where savages shrink human heads. I stayed among primitives whose ancestors once lived in cities! Just look at these chapters: * Midnight Drama in a Frontier Village * In the Hands of Two Murderers * Lost! * An Offer Too Dangerous to Accept * The Witch's Curse * How to Shrink a Head * Weird Sounds in the Dark * The Fire-god Sacrifice These red-hot eye-openers are valued at $70. 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  • Scientists Urge UN to Add Environmental Destruction to Geneva Conventions' List of War Crimes
    https://www.commondreams.org/news/2019/07/24/scientists-urge-un-add-environmental-destruction-geneva-conventions-list-war-crimes
    Jessica Corbett, staff writer

    In a letter to the editor published Tuesday by the journal Nature, two dozen scientists from around the world urged the United Nations' International Law Commission to adopt a Fifth Geneva Convention that creates protections for the environment in armed conflicts.

    The four existing Geneva Conventions and their three additional protocols are globally recognized treaties that establish standards under international humanitarian law for the treatment of wounded troops in the field, soldiers shipwrecked at sea, prisoners of war, and civilians during armed conflicts. Violating the treaties amounts to a war crime.

    "Despite calls for a fifth convention two decades ago, military conflict continues to destroy megafauna, push species to extinction, and poison water resources," notes Tuesday's letter. "The uncontrolled circulation of arms exacerbates the situation, for instance by driving unsustainable hunting of wildlife."

    The letter—entitled "Stop Military Conflicts From Trashing Environment"—was spearheaded by Sarah M. Durant of the Zoological Society of London and José C. Brito of the University of Porto in Portugal. The 22 additional signatories (pdf) are affiliated with organizations and institutions in Egypt, France, Hong Kong, Mauritania, Morocco, Niger, Libya, Portugal, Spain, the United Kingdom, and the United States.

    "We call on governments to incorporate explicit safeguards for biodiversity, and to use the commission's recommendations to finally deliver a Fifth Geneva Convention to uphold environmental protection during such confrontations," says the letter, which recognizes that the U.N. commission is meeting this month to discuss expanding on the principles it has drafted (pdf) about protecting the environment in war zones.

    Adopting an environment-focused convention "would provide a multilateral treaty that includes legal instruments for site-based protection of crucial natural resources," the letter explains. It also highlights the importance of companies and governments collaborating to regulate weapons transfers, and holding the military industry accountable for its impact on the environment.

    Zoological Society of London's Durant told The Guardian in an interview published Wednesday that "the brutal toll of war on the natural world is well documented, destroying the livelihoods of vulnerable communities, and driving many species, already under intense pressure, towards extinction."

    "We hope governments around the world will enshrine these protections into international law," she said. "This would not only help safeguard threatened species, but would also support rural communities, both during and post-conflict, whose livelihoods are long-term casualties of environmental destruction."

    Durant's co-author Brito added that "the impacts of armed conflict are causing additional pressure to imperiled wildlife from the Middle East and North Africa. Global commitment is needed to avoid the likely extinction of emblematic desert fauna over the next decade."

    A 2008 article from Worldwatch Institute—a U.S.-based environmental research group—details how "widespread concern about the environmental effects of warfare began with the American war in Vietnam," when soldiers infamously used the powerful herbicide known as Agent Orange to wipe out forest cover and crops.

    Global concerns over the environmental effects of war arose again in the 1990s, when Iraqi forces burned Kuwaiti oil fields, and the United States used bombs and missiles that contained depleted uranium on Iraq. As The Guardian reported in 2014, "researchers have suggested the radiation from these weapons has poisoned the soil and water of Iraq, making the environment carcinogenic."

    The letter in Nature is not the first demand that international rules of war be crafted to protect the environment. In 2007, the Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management (CIWEM), a U.K.-based charity, issued one such call.

    CIWEM's then-executive director Nick Reeves said at the time that "long-term environmental damage is an inevitable consequence of war. The environment may seem a minor casualty but combined with the destruction of democratic informed decision-making, war prolongs human suffering and undermines the foundation for social progress and economic security."

    "CIWEM demands a convention to examine the establishment of U.N. protocols for the protection of the environment," said Reeves. "We also need to acknowledge that fighting occurs where resources are scarce due to over population, meaning we need sensible population policies. We must treat the environment and each other with more respect."

    Read the full letter published by Nature Tuesday below:

    The United Nations' International Law Commission is meeting this month to push forward a 2013 programme to protect the environment in regions of armed conflict (go.nature[dot]com/2ewdyj). We call on governments to incorporate explicit safeguards for biodiversity, and to use the commission’s recommendations to finally deliver a Fifth Geneva Convention to uphold environmental protection during such confrontations.

    Despite calls for a fifth convention two decades ago, military conflict continues to destroy megafauna, push species to extinction and poison water resources (see, for example, J. C. Brito et al. Conserv. Lett. https://doi[dot]org/gfhst9; 2018). The uncontrolled circulation of arms exacerbates the situation, for instance by driving unsustainable hunting of wildlife.

    A Fifth Geneva Convention would provide a multilateral treaty that includes legal instruments for site-based protection of crucial natural resources. Companies and governments need to work together to regulate arms transfer (see go.nature[dot]com/2lgtfx). And the military industry must be held more accountable for the impact of its activities.
    Scientists Urge UN to Add Environmental Destruction to Geneva Conventions' List of War Crimes https://www.commondreams.org/news/2019/07/24/scientists-urge-un-add-environmental-destruction-geneva-conventions-list-war-crimes Jessica Corbett, staff writer In a letter to the editor published Tuesday by the journal Nature, two dozen scientists from around the world urged the United Nations' International Law Commission to adopt a Fifth Geneva Convention that creates protections for the environment in armed conflicts. The four existing Geneva Conventions and their three additional protocols are globally recognized treaties that establish standards under international humanitarian law for the treatment of wounded troops in the field, soldiers shipwrecked at sea, prisoners of war, and civilians during armed conflicts. Violating the treaties amounts to a war crime. "Despite calls for a fifth convention two decades ago, military conflict continues to destroy megafauna, push species to extinction, and poison water resources," notes Tuesday's letter. "The uncontrolled circulation of arms exacerbates the situation, for instance by driving unsustainable hunting of wildlife." The letter—entitled "Stop Military Conflicts From Trashing Environment"—was spearheaded by Sarah M. Durant of the Zoological Society of London and José C. Brito of the University of Porto in Portugal. The 22 additional signatories (pdf) are affiliated with organizations and institutions in Egypt, France, Hong Kong, Mauritania, Morocco, Niger, Libya, Portugal, Spain, the United Kingdom, and the United States. "We call on governments to incorporate explicit safeguards for biodiversity, and to use the commission's recommendations to finally deliver a Fifth Geneva Convention to uphold environmental protection during such confrontations," says the letter, which recognizes that the U.N. commission is meeting this month to discuss expanding on the principles it has drafted (pdf) about protecting the environment in war zones. Adopting an environment-focused convention "would provide a multilateral treaty that includes legal instruments for site-based protection of crucial natural resources," the letter explains. It also highlights the importance of companies and governments collaborating to regulate weapons transfers, and holding the military industry accountable for its impact on the environment. Zoological Society of London's Durant told The Guardian in an interview published Wednesday that "the brutal toll of war on the natural world is well documented, destroying the livelihoods of vulnerable communities, and driving many species, already under intense pressure, towards extinction." "We hope governments around the world will enshrine these protections into international law," she said. "This would not only help safeguard threatened species, but would also support rural communities, both during and post-conflict, whose livelihoods are long-term casualties of environmental destruction." Durant's co-author Brito added that "the impacts of armed conflict are causing additional pressure to imperiled wildlife from the Middle East and North Africa. Global commitment is needed to avoid the likely extinction of emblematic desert fauna over the next decade." A 2008 article from Worldwatch Institute—a U.S.-based environmental research group—details how "widespread concern about the environmental effects of warfare began with the American war in Vietnam," when soldiers infamously used the powerful herbicide known as Agent Orange to wipe out forest cover and crops. Global concerns over the environmental effects of war arose again in the 1990s, when Iraqi forces burned Kuwaiti oil fields, and the United States used bombs and missiles that contained depleted uranium on Iraq. As The Guardian reported in 2014, "researchers have suggested the radiation from these weapons has poisoned the soil and water of Iraq, making the environment carcinogenic." The letter in Nature is not the first demand that international rules of war be crafted to protect the environment. In 2007, the Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management (CIWEM), a U.K.-based charity, issued one such call. CIWEM's then-executive director Nick Reeves said at the time that "long-term environmental damage is an inevitable consequence of war. The environment may seem a minor casualty but combined with the destruction of democratic informed decision-making, war prolongs human suffering and undermines the foundation for social progress and economic security." "CIWEM demands a convention to examine the establishment of U.N. protocols for the protection of the environment," said Reeves. "We also need to acknowledge that fighting occurs where resources are scarce due to over population, meaning we need sensible population policies. We must treat the environment and each other with more respect." Read the full letter published by Nature Tuesday below: The United Nations' International Law Commission is meeting this month to push forward a 2013 programme to protect the environment in regions of armed conflict (go.nature[dot]com/2ewdyj). We call on governments to incorporate explicit safeguards for biodiversity, and to use the commission’s recommendations to finally deliver a Fifth Geneva Convention to uphold environmental protection during such confrontations. Despite calls for a fifth convention two decades ago, military conflict continues to destroy megafauna, push species to extinction and poison water resources (see, for example, J. C. Brito et al. Conserv. Lett. https://doi[dot]org/gfhst9; 2018). The uncontrolled circulation of arms exacerbates the situation, for instance by driving unsustainable hunting of wildlife. A Fifth Geneva Convention would provide a multilateral treaty that includes legal instruments for site-based protection of crucial natural resources. Companies and governments need to work together to regulate arms transfer (see go.nature[dot]com/2lgtfx). And the military industry must be held more accountable for the impact of its activities.
    Scientists Urge UN to Add Environmental Destruction to Geneva Conventions' List of War Crimes
    "Despite calls for a fifth convention two decades ago, military conflict continues to destroy megafauna, push species to extinction, and poison water resources."
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  • "And of course, we should never forget who’s getting us all this wonderful enrichment in the first place.

    I sure hope we can repay them for it soon." - Spartacus

    https://dailystormer.name/sweden-90-of-syrian-child-refugees-from-morocco-are-actually-adults/
    "And of course, we should never forget who’s getting us all this wonderful enrichment in the first place. I sure hope we can repay them for it soon." - Spartacus https://dailystormer.name/sweden-90-of-syrian-child-refugees-from-morocco-are-actually-adults/
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  • "All white women should watch the (WARNING: EXTREMELY GRAPHIC) video and understand that the way white men treat them is not the way the rest of males in the world would treat them.

    The things they get away with here, the things we allow them to do…

    If they tried any of that anywhere else, they’d be literally ripped apart." - Pomidor Quixote

    https://dailystormer.name/morocco-isis-ringleader-admits-beheading-of-scandinavian-tourists/
    "All white women should watch the (WARNING: EXTREMELY GRAPHIC) video and understand that the way white men treat them is not the way the rest of males in the world would treat them. The things they get away with here, the things we allow them to do… If they tried any of that anywhere else, they’d be literally ripped apart." - Pomidor Quixote https://dailystormer.name/morocco-isis-ringleader-admits-beheading-of-scandinavian-tourists/
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  • 51 AFRICANS BREAK INTO SPAIN VIA MOROCCO, INJURING 4 BORDER GUARDS

    https://www.bitchute.com/video/pLF3QXeEzbTz/
    51 AFRICANS BREAK INTO SPAIN VIA MOROCCO, INJURING 4 BORDER GUARDS https://www.bitchute.com/video/pLF3QXeEzbTz/
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    51 Africans break into Spain via Morocco, injuring 4 border guards
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