Japan, U.S. renew nuclear pact amid plutonium stock concern

By Mari Yamaguchi

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Good news. Japan now has the fuel to make more Nukes.

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No nukes. - Let's save the people, the planet, and the environment!

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Good news. Japan now has the fuel to make more Nukes.

Very well said, as always Econstats. Nothing wrong with a nation defending herself. I was told once before, Japan has the material and technical skills to produce Nuclear Warhead in 6 months.If necessary, of course.

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Interesting that the "news" after saying the the Hokkaido plant will soon open to "reprocess" the potentially agreement-offending plutonium adds a final act of truth: "experts say ..." [see above]. Who gave us the "news" prior to the declaration of the "experts" which is in flat contradiction to it? Are these experts scientists? Merely "those in the know"--viz., their report concerns government (one or two together) plans to build up a "defense" (aimed at No. Korea) by threat of nuke stockpiles?

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