This blog is no longer associated with KASM and while the url may still contain the word KASM it is not a KASM outlet.
I have decided against deleting the blog because it would not release the KASM acronym in the public domain as there is a KASM radio station in the US which has tried to monopolise all web extensions and many people have learned were to find it and might be interested in the dissemination of information about mining, fracking and drilling both internationally and in NZ as the asset sale John Key's National government program will be forced upon the NZ population
Here are three websites you might want to check out if you need to get in touch with KASM:
travellerev on So why are we being looted… travellerev on Better late than never: KASM s… travellerev on the Hikoi starts today travellerev on Gulf seafood deformities alarm… travellerev on Mining protest on film
Category Archives: Active investigations
Saturday July 14, 2007 By Tom Cahill and Simon CaseyRio Tinto group chief executive Thomas Albanese says he’s buying Alcan before the competition beats him to it. “You ask the question of why now?” Albanese told investors during a conference … Continue reading
The efforts of UK-based mining company Rio Tinto to convince the world of its commitment to human rights have suffered another blow. According to media reports, in December, the family of human rights defender and poet Wiji Thukul rejected a … Continue reading
By Wayne Thompson One of the world’s largest mining companies has begun an airborne survey of 1200sq km of mineral-rich ironsand deposits along the west coast of the North Island. The Rio Tinto company is managing the hunt for iron … Continue reading
Fighting Corporate Copper in Bougainville Multinational polluter Rio Tinto sued under Alien Tort Claims Act for causing deaths of 10,000 Papua New Guineans Read the entire article here
In a move to secure rights to resources on the continental shelf New Zealand has lodged its seabed boundary with the United Nations. Over 1.7 million square miles added to New Zealand seabed to mine.