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Marshall Islands JOURNAL EO
   JOURNAL - ARCHIEVES[January 02] [ February 02 ]
March  2002
NOTE: NOT ALL ARTICLES ON THE M.I. JOURNAL COULD BE RELEASE...ONLY CERTAIN ARTICLES THAT ARE INTERESTED TO MAJURO CITIZENS WILL POST IN THE FUTURE...

Majuro:  If RMI wants more money, it should bring up the "Baby Boom period" into RMI to match with FSM governments'  population to be equal with $ from U.S. government in Compact. Otherwise, RMI should continue to keep fighting with U.S. government to Reimburse what was hiding behind from the Marshallese regarding  the contamination affected all RMI citizens from the Nuclear Testing on Bikini Atoll.(In God we trust) Not only four atolls affected - almost all the islands and atoll in the RMI. This was a Starting point mistakes. And now U.S. and RMI should agree that beside the $150 million given on the first compact or section 177,  it should be now either $25 billion for another 15 years or $150 billion on the second compact if for 50 years agreement. This does not include the money comparing with FSM shares per person/population and Kwajalein Deal. Or else, U.S should not limit all RMI pure Marshallese come and go into US with unlimited to any types of assistances or welfare in any States as long as they live in US until an actual date of free-nuke zone findings would be confirm in the future by US and other Nations working on the studies for indefinate period.  

Majuro: Isn't it because this includes Four States and huge population. The only money RMI should complaint stronly about is the NCT money that was lack to covered up all the damages from the NT at Bikini. This compansation should includes Land , Ocean,  Human, and nature....Someone should stand up and speak...out loud...so the world can hear. (In God We Trust)

Majuro: This is ????? very confuse...

 RMI Drug site:  A United Nations report on illegal drugs says several Pacific Islands nations- including the Marshall Islands - are being used to facilitate drug shipment. In its report, the UN's International Narcotics Control Board said New Zealand and other smaller Pacific islands countries-including Cook Islands, the Marshall Islands and Nauru - increasingly are serving as illegal drug transshipment points, the Pacific Islands Report Web site reported Wednesday this week. It called on islands government to address the challenge. The board also recommended the establishment of cyber crime units to stem the amount of illegal drugs sold over the Internet via private chat rooms.

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