Sunday, September 9, 2012

AELB Flip-flop

Overnight, AELB rewrote its script. On Saturday, it clarified that Lynas is now legally bound to remove radioactive residue from its rare earth plant in Gebeng, Kuantan. Furthermore, it said the TOL granted to Lynas to begin operations was subject to stringent conditions, including the return of residue to Australia. It even insisted that it will enforce the condition on the mining firm.

What a quick turnaround! Do you honestly think Malaysians can trust AELB?

Since when is Australia dumb enough to want to receive the Gebeng waste? Lynas may just dump it all into the South China Sea for all we know!

Just as there are many Malaysians wishing they could trample on Najib’s photo – there are also those who just love to tell the whole country that they shamelessly support him! I guess in every community, you can find fools.

Check out these photos taken two Saturdays ago:

Outside Sekolah Menegah Alam Megah 2 in Shah Alam

Atop Maju Junction at Jalan Sultan Ismail in Kuala Lumpur


Unknown said...

I know you want to MOD this post as thats what you do - dont allow comments to make you explain your posts.

Can you please explain in scientific detail what waste you are talking about? It has been explained 1000 + times still you dont get it. Are you being paid to spread disinformation?

Please have the guts to post what waste you are talking about.

Victor Ong said...

I will not repeat what many others have said regarding the Lynas "waste". Suffice to say, all news reports have referred to it as either "radioactive waste" or "toxic waste". In any case, I thank you for your view even if u cannot agree with the majority. By the way, I wish I can get paid for all the stuff I write - thast would be great! LOL.