Monday, April 11, 2011
Let me start here by posting a comment I had made previously to James-
Given that they are occupied by the US, for all intents and purposes.
I am having some serious doubts, serious doubts that Japan actually has no nukes.
I am actually starting to think they do and they are on the US bases.
In other words, Japan has the nuclear power plants to enable the manufacture of nuclear bombs that are present in Japan.
It is just a thought, but, one I have been tossing around in the brain for a while now."
As I have been following Fukushima and reading and listening to more information on nuclear power, then I ever thought I would. One common point kept coming up over and over and over.
They are fingers on the same hand.
I mean it is NOT a coincidence that GE designs and builds the reactors, is also a weapons maker. They also control a major chunk of media, but, I digress.
So how is it practical or logical that Japan, a nation chock full of nuclear power plants in a seismically active area (defying all common sense) does not have nuclear weapons?
I was starting to have some serious doubts about that piece of fiction!
Then Baphonet, leaves a link, to a really interesting piece. Thanks Baphonet!
Is Japan's Elite Hiding A Weapons Program Inside Nuclear Plants? (linked to the original source).
Very interesting reading-
Briefly- I went to check out this reference to Lee Harvey Oswald and Atsugi. I came across this video, covering a book written on the subject.
There is also an additional book available Atsugi Assassins
It has been written that Atsugi was home to the U-2 spy plane.
It was also home to a secret covert nuclear arsenal......
“For instance, few people know that Oswald's Marine squadron was stationed near a top secret atomic bomb facility on the Atsugi Naval Air Field in Japan, which also housed U-2 spy planes.”
Many key details were missing from this document, which had been locked inside the Foreign Ministry archives.
These revelations were considered a major issue in Japan, yet were largely ignored by the Western media.
I did find two articles that mention the Japanese media reporting on these documents. Both have to do with the selection of the latest IAEA leader.
From July 2009- Amano's election deepens Japan's nuclear paradox
A single vote instead of the requisite two thirds majority?
the existence of a "secret" pact between the US and Japan permitting the introduction of US nuclear weapons into Japan without prior consultation.
Which ties back into the nuclear program in 1959 and Lee Harvey Oswald.
Clearing the air on the precise nature of the US-Japan nuclear relationship in the past would be an important first step in debating that relationship going forward.
With Amano's timely selection to the IAEA the "air will never be cleared" on the exact nature of the US- Japan mutual security treaty. Nor the nuclear weapons issue.
No nuclear weapons debate with the selected Japanese diplomat in charge.
If you recall when Fukushima first blew the US sent a military team.
They also sent this interesting bunch.
U.S. soldiers are not authorized to close in less than 80 kilometers of Fukushima
So they are not there to help with what is going on at Fukushima. Why are they present?
In fact Japan wanted military assistance. Why?
This reporting also piques my interest:
This joint approach was initially envisaged as a response to a military attack on Japan. Instead, natural disaster has brought the two forces together. Although cooperation is strong now, questions arise as to whether the SDF’s attention will turn inward, and away from Operation Tomodachi, and perhaps whether the US will need to take a stronger lead role, which may lead to bilateral friction.
Before you think me daft, you had better think long and hard about the vital geo-strategic positioning of Japan. Vital, to keep North Korea and China on their toes.
While you ponder that thought.. How about this? If Japan was not already a nuclear power what would deter another nation from attack?
Some additional reading here (Thinking of all the plutonium from the nuclear power plants)
Tests were completed, however, to confirm that reactor grade plutonium could be used in a nuclear explosive and is therefore a nonproliferation concern. Some have said the Japanese reactor-grade plutonium would not be fully usable, but the US detonated a reactor-grade plutonium device in 1962
In 1970 US President Richard Nixon agreed to return Okinawa to Japan by 1972. At that time, Nixon pledged to recognize the "particular sentiment of the Japanese people against nuclear weapons" but reserved the right to consult with Tokyo over their reintroduction in an emergency.
On 17 June 1974, Japanese Prime Minister Tsutomu Hata told reporters that "it's certainly the case that Japan has the capability to possess nuclear weapons but has not made them."
Japan would not have material or technological difficulties in making nuclear weapons. Japan has the raw materials, technology, and capital for developing nuclear weapons.
On 31 May 2002, Chief Cabinet Secretary Yasuo Fukuda became the most senior Tokyo official to publicly discuss Japan's acquisition (production) of nuclear weapons. Fukuda said Japan's peace constitution did not preclude nuclear weapons.
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What also bothers me is the Japanese diplomats timely appointment to the IAEA.
Just in time to keep it under cover that Japan has a nuclear arsenal.
Which I now am of the opinion they do.
I think you might be right. I recall you mentioning it and since then have also allowed the idea to bang around inside my brain (busy place these days).
Something is simply not adding up throughout this whole Japanese disaster.
Now, apparently, it is too late to do anything about it.
So much is being hidden from us who do care, meanwhile so many wander like zombies through the malls as if nothing at all is the matter.
It's such a sad state of affairs.
Despite claims of the nation being a nuke free zone, the statement made my Richard Nixon makes it clear they have had nuclear weapons in the country (and if they have had them in the past, they got more of them now)
It is highly unlikely the OCCUPIED Japanese government would be unaware of nuclear arms being on the US military bases.
The whole scenario rings of an ambiguous one, making me think of Israel.
Except for Mordechai Vanunu.
Without his whistle blowing the Israel nukes would still be secret, though they still play coy with that.
It would be assumed that the persecution of Mordechai, would put a chill on whistle blowing in Japan.
Along with some possible cultural traits.
Honour, Corporate Culture mindset, and a general unwillingness to whistle blow or protest for that matter.
(These are some observations made by others that I have heard or read. That said, knowing I have readers from Japan, I do hope no offence will be taken with that, as none was intended)
Though Fukushima is changing that for the better.(protesting)
To simply a bit Ivan the Terrible, Alexander and Genghis Khan warred against the Khazar empire and many of them took the silk road ending up in Japan where they subdued the Ainu, original owners and the mainline Buddhists.
That is why all the crazy talk about haarping Japan is simply a diversion.
For all practical purposes Japan is Israel.