Japanese PM Noda Meets With Anti-Nuclear Protesters

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posted on Aug, 25 2012 @ 02:38 PM
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After months of protesters, Japanese PM Noda finally had a face-to-face sit down meeting with Anti-Nuclear protesters. Yet, how serious is he taking them? National elections are coming up and the DPJ might get the boot by voters. He this just a ploy to get votes?






posted on Aug, 25 2012 @ 02:52 PM
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Given that Nuclear Plants shut down after Fuku are being brought back online now, he apparently isn't taking this whole thing seriously enough. I would have thought Japan's leaders might have learned the nature of their physical position and nuclear power on a Pacific Island, subject the the rages and tantrums of the Sea. Err.... Maybe those good Japanese activists can talk some sense into him.

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posted on Aug, 25 2012 @ 03:01 PM
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The people here got really angry when the Oi reactors were restarted. Protesters blocked the front gate and chanted non-stop for several days. Riot police were sent to guard the front gate as well. The J-gov has been going totally against the will of the people. It got out of hand here a long time ago.

Yeah, the J-gov should realize the nation`s unique position geographically. The Japanese islands are directly in the ring of fire. This place is super prone to earth quakes and other massive natural disasters.

I wonder just how much of an effect this meeting will have on national elections? I would hope the people here are smart enough to see Noda is fishing for votes. I doubt that he will win any support form the Anti-Nuclear movement at all.



posted on Aug, 31 2012 @ 04:13 AM
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Japan PM meets with anti nuclear team to prevent people of Japan from the nuclear radiation.





 
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