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China says Japan nuclear stockpile move step in right direction

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I read the headline, and a smile crept across my face: could China really be complementing Japan? Could this be the first step to a more friendlier relationship? A more peaceful Asia?

Then I read the article. China never ceases to disappoint me.

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My account of China's statement??? China is a country that should be stripped of any devices or materials that could be used against another since they are the main aggressors against all in the region and which could be the main aggressor towards the entire world! These leaders of China have no concerns of human life what so ever and based solely on the leader's own power and domination of their people and of all others. They are worse than parasites! They need some n!uclear material shoved up their asterisk

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And China is a country with its own atomic weapons program which is covered by the official secrets so accurate details are hard to come by. Even though a signature of the NPT, China sold weapons technology to Pakistan and North Korea.

Japan has held the 300 kg of plutonium since the mid '60's and hasn't built a single atomic weapon even though I'm sure its quite capable.

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Sorry, but stockpiled plutonium can't be gotten rid of because of the nuclear power village. If they get rid of the stocked plutonium, then all of their assets will be gone, which will cause the electric companies to go bankrupt.

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Sorry, but stockpiled plutonium can't be gotten rid of because of the nuclear power village. If they get rid of the stocked plutonium, then all of their assets will be gone, which will cause the electric companies to go bankrupt.

The 300 kg of weapons grade plutonium is not related to any which is produced from nuclear energy and is non weapons grade and currently amount to more than 45 tons mostly being stored at Sellafield in the UK and a further potential 150 tons in the current stock of spent nuclear fuel which hadn't been reprocessed.

The agreement between Japan and America is only for returning the 300 kg weapons grade.

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Secrecy bill. Cause everybody knows that we are building our nuclear weapons. Cause everybody know that out IIIA rocket is for niclear delivery. And our project hope was for reentry technology.

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Has China openly accounted for it's own nuclear stockpile? As a country that has openly talked about it's "ability to nuke U.S. cities" this far more a concern to many people than plutonium in countries like Japan, Belgium and Italy.

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China have : -Deficits in memory skills -Difficulty learning social rules -Difficulty with problem solving skills -Delays in the development of adaptive behaviors such as self-help or self-care skills -Lack of social inhibitors -Agressive in nature, prone to outbursts -always getting into fights with the neighbors -Stealing, taking what does not belong to them.

Official Diagnosis, Mr. Mao Zedong, your China is mentally challenged. he have a mental disability.

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I wonder how many nukes Japan could have built. I guess China was worried too.

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Good to make the PRC uncertain, look at the Ukraine and the fruits of giving up their weapons. Add Libya who gave up their weapons of mass destruction for "peace". Now when the Democratic Peoples of Korea is approached to give up their weapons, is it a surprise the response is "go frack yourself"? Anyhow Libya and Ukraine shows what the American word is worth.

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