Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Nuclear Village in Japan Happy With Election Results

Optimism rises in 'nuclear village' after LDP's victory The Asahi Shimbun Dec 19, 2012

[Excerpted] The smiles have returned to the “nuclear village.”After more than a year of soaring costs, sinking profits and doubts about future operations, the electric power industry gladly welcomed the Liberal Democratic Party's return to power....

...Investors expect the LDP administration will approve restarts of idle reactors, which would improve the finances of the utilities....

...The Democratic Party of Japan planned to compile a new plan in December, including its goal of halting all reactors by the 2030s, but the new government is expected to review that proposal....

Majia here: Truly, insanity reigns in Japan (and the US, UK, France, Russia, etc.). Germany is the only country that seems to understand the significance of what has happened in Japan.

Kenichi Ohmea reported that 19 reactors in Japan were damaged. Here is the source citation:

Kenichi Ohmae (BBT University President) “Lessons of Fukushima Dai-ichi” (2011, October 28): Full report index available here: Full report here In Japanese available here: Appendix of conditions at various plants around Japan

See my post here for evidence I've found about reactor damage throughout Japan

May 19, 2012
[MAJIA HERE] Second, Japan processed its plutonium at Tokai. Despite processing its own plutonium, in the early 1990s Japan started purchasing and stockpiling plutonium from other countries. Below find an article that is ...
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Aug 01, 2012
Enenews: Fukushima Report Introduced by Top Official Hosono: “Other reactors are all in considerably severe condition” — 14 total; Dai-ni, Onagawa, Tokai — “Extreme situations, though not much has been broadcast” ...

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