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Posted in: Protesters rally in Naha, Tokyo against U.S. military bases on Okinawa See in context

U.S. needs this Japanese base to develop all kinds of subversion to eventually find a fingernail hold on "The South China Seas Oil Basin" the largest, the easiest to drill the cheapest to ship light sweet crude left in the world. USA does not want to burn this oil necessarily. They wish to enforce that it be sold in U.S. Fiat Funny Money currency, to "underwrite" that currency, while the Feds, the Banksters in New York fashion great schemes to live off of "The Skim" on these sales. Japan and its Japanese occupants are to the Aemricans, a sub human class. They will be sacrificed, their homeland destroyed, even contaminated with nukes, at no cost to the schemers in New York City. Chinese factories will pay "The Skim" on U.S. Dollar based Oil sales, with their lives, in horribly polluted factories producing "novelties" for the Americans.

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Posted in: Abe says Japan cannot do without nuclear power See in context

Does China , in fact, have safer reactors? Has China modernized the original LFTR reactors of Dr. Alvin Weinberg, U.S.A.? Does China and now Russia have gas moderated pebble bed reactors that leave little waste of a benign nature and produce heat levels more useful to industry? Has the American moratorium on nuclear technology forced Japan to seek other, better, suppliers of reactors?

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Posted in: Japan backs U.S. operations in South China Sea See in context

A fading America shouts from the 20th century for a share in The South China seas Oil Basin. My question: Would China support a share of this regional national resource with Japan before they would allow it to be shipped to the U.S.A.? China recognizes the situation and wants a cut! even shit disturbs in the Iraqi oil Basin situation? http://www.express.co.uk/news/world/621191/Time-to-ACT-China-launches-WAR-on-ISIS-after-they-claim-to-have-executed-Chinese-hostage Have world's geostrategies shifted by the pressure of the Chinese growth in the past thirty years? WWII long over now? What does Japan really owe to the U.S.a. in this new paradigm?

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Posted in: Abe hails new trade era; hopes China will join pact See in context

my understanding, from Canada,and our Western media is that China was not "Invited'?

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Posted in: Japan says South China Sea security impacts national interests See in context

U.S.A.? Think oil, think oil denominated in far over-manipulated (U.S. Financial Classes raison d'etre) U.S. fear/faith based, fiat "Funny Money" dollars. It is no secret that the reason for the failed Vietnam conflict was the off shore oil to be shipped to the U.S.A. for even less than the Saudis/OPEC could manage as Texas Oil went dry. Even today the anti-thesis to oil in the U.S.A., very cheap Chinese Solar Panels are sold in U.S.A. with huge tariffs attached(over 250%). All China Seas area from U.S. spy satellites reveals the largest oil field on earth! Many times greater than the Saudis ever had. U.S.A. is addicted to oil and cannot switch to "alternative fuels because "Big Oil" fights every attempt, even crippling nuclear sciences in the U.S., Proof: China's recent fast neutron successes in the face of 1955 U.S. nuclear technologies of doubtful performance?

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Posted in: Chinese leader vows to protect territorial interests See in context

It is about the oil under the water, not the land . . . Some even say tis was the objective of the Vietnam war.

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Posted in: Japan and China need each other: Abe See in context

Abe on his knees now that China passes the U.S.A. as the world's largest economy.

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Posted in: Japan slams Korea-China proposal to jointly mark end of war next year See in context

Remember: oil and territory are the prize here, for either China or South Korea! P.S. Japan's American made reactor fiasco is still slowly unfolding. Energy crisis approaching for Japan? China has a Thorium LFTR solution, America cannot offer? Canadian CANDU? My Question: Will Putin's recent Petrol deal with China, which unites the Pan Asian Empire and deals in Chinese Yuan, not U.S.Dollars affect Japanese energy situation?

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Posted in: China calls for new Asian security structure See in context

U.S. has forced this with its constant illegal, thieving, banksterism, financial manipulations in its own favour, its "Private", Secret membership, Feds money printing sprees, and downright dishonest business actions the world over. The U.S. has also mauled smaller countries and stolen their oil resources leaving behind ruinatious environmental destruction. U.S.A. once the pinnacle of industrial/military advances and a strong Middle Class to support their economy have sold out the stake of their working classes by investing the capital the middle class generated in foreign (China) countries . . .

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Posted in: Experts question ice wall at Fukushima nuclear plant See in context

We cannot turn back the hands of time. We must forge forward, develop Chinese LFTR styled reactors , Solar Wind Wave, Tidal, Geothermal sources for energy? German Cars now made from Solar, Wind energy?

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Posted in: Scientists to create controlled nuclear meltdown in Ibaraki facility See in context

Not feverishly seeking Thorium fission secrets for safer cheaper energy? Running hard backwards. and spending fortunes doing it? Will China be the first with this New Age Thorium miracle?

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Posted in: China slams Japan defense spending plan See in context

Game Play: Will China allowing Shanghai Exchange buying and selling of Oil in Yuan, not U.S. Petro-dollars alter the Global Energy situation? Is this why: the U.S. thrust for Iranian oil at any cost, even weak and pretentious nuclear reasons? Is this why U.S. plays "Good Cop" and Israel plays "Bad Cop' in extorting Iran for its oil? On threat from Israel of nuclear extinction, without U.S. 'protection'? (Mobster style?) Under these strange circumstances, can Iran even sell oil to China? In Yuan? Very strange logic here, Nuttinyahoo threatens nukes on Iran's head, U.S. offers fiat, "Funny Money" for oil? Ayatollahs nod and smile, nod and smile? Last words on energy: Chinese Thorium? Japan also "Stuck in the middle' Between China that wants returns on its huge loans to U.S.A. and U.S.A. that desperately needs armaments contracts? Canada was forced to 'take it up the bum" by U.S.A. for F-35 fighters - even Canadian ground crews not allowed, by contract to service them - even on Canadian soil? F-35's designed to land on Air Craft Carriers - Canada has none! F-35's that cannot fly in the cold? Canada a frozen desert 8 months a year? Price over three decades? Over $42 Billions ! For F-35's that will be obsolete before they are delivered, at least a decade from now? MIG's from Russia, even Mirage from France, Swedish fighters or British fighters 1/3 the cost - no strings attached no 'Monkey Models" (check this American Military term) delivered? F-35's have whole sub assemblies subcontracted to Chinese factories? Canadian bought Hercules planes most certainly did! News story broke here last year. But: Canada still payed full U.S. prices? Who took the rake off on that deal? Beware Japan not all is as it appears? best bet: Build your own!

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Posted in: Gov't panel calls for stronger military to deal with China See in context

Canadian here. We have noticed a strange "pull-out" of American businesses from my province in particular (Ontario) recently. This is causing high concerns, even fears in the population and governments here. Stephan Harper the Prime Minister of all Canada has made huge efforts to compensate for a very critical loss of trade with the U.S. by travelling abroad seeking trade deals outside the U.S. in the larger, richer, Global Village. He has managed to make good deals with Malaysia, China, Europe, and others, but still not the equivalent to what is being lost in U.S. business. Canadians have also been "stung" with a bill for $42 Billions over the next three decades, for F-35 aircraft, that can land on Aircraft Carriers - we have none of these, and cannot fly in the cold - we have mostly this, 8 months a year we are a frozen desert! Even still: We are unable to defend our huge Natural Resource riches in our Far Northlands, because of the current conservative governments foolish obsession with pleasing the U.S.A., even sending our Canadian Forces in harms way on behalf of the U.S. Oil Barons interests in a pipeline through Afghanistan and the oil basin north of that country, and to Libya, another oil producer like Canada, and even seeking to break Syria in order to access the oil basin northeast of that country - very expensive acts for Canada's peons, all acts to lower World Oil prices, all contrary to Canada's interests as an oil seller? how does this reflect on the U.S. position on Japanese air-space, once firmly defended by the mighty U.S.A.? Even Canada has lost much of the once faithful support felt from south of our borders, and we are now getting a "mish-mash' or garbled message from there, much the same as you are getting? now the Quantitative Easings, or money printing there is ti be cut, will they survive or crash? Is that the question?

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Posted in: Japan-China ties critical for Asia: Indonesia See in context

"It is imperative that no Eurasian challenger emerges, capable of dominating Eurasia and thus of also challenging America... In that context, how America 'manages' Eurasia is critical... the three grand imperatives of imperial geostrategy are to prevent collusion and maintain security dependence among the vassals, to keep tributaries pliant and protected, and to keep the barbarians from coming together.” - Zbigniew Brezinski, The Grand Chessboard Do we see here, the letting go of the Capitalist America of the greater, ASEAN situation? Does a loosely affiliated Eurasian Economic Alliance trump U.S. control, U.S. Dollars, u.S. Petro Dollars? Are we watching the retreat of the U.S.A. even as the Feds rob the national purses by printing "Funny Money" to keep up an illusion?

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Posted in: U.S. looks to manage, not end, China air zone rift See in context

China wants more than just the interest and principle on loans it makes to the U.S.A. that buy foreign oil for its Military Machine and to pay its government. Now, possibly due to the Feds money printing and hence depreciation of the U.S. Dollars China holds, they want political concessions and they are getting them. China has lowered U.S. credit rating to AAA- recently. Cost of doing business? I think so.

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Posted in: Fukushima water tanks: leaky and built with illegal labor See in context

Leaks not a deliberate "Easy Out"?

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Posted in: Microsoft blocks censorship of Skype in China See in context

$Microsoft soon to be replaced by Linux systems even Ubuntu! Fewer folks falling victim now to $Microsofts product churning with annual 'model changes'. Open Source now coming into its own, many government and business systems writing their own custom tailored, and very fast and effective software now.

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Posted in: U.S. vows to defend Japan after China announces new air zone See in context

U.S. will move on this the moment the loans to finance it come in from China.

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Posted in: China warns U.S., Japan, Australia not to gang up in sea disputes See in context

U.S.A. in dire condition today! Disfunctional government, cash shortages, raging poverty, failing cities, internal turmoil, inflation, unemployment, not the Empire you once knew, not the Disneyland illusion at all. Caution, this may affect theor decisions?

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Posted in: China military tells U.S. not to encourage Japan over isles See in context

America's once strident, aggressive assertive and unrealistic stance now tempered by the fat that the Chinese hold a "Balance of power" over the U.S. Petro Dollar" in American debt-papers. As we speak: Feds print money by the billions per week to keep the illusion of "recovery' afloat. Detroit City is so bankrupt, Chicago next, three Californian cities gone, as America "adjusts" to a Third World reality. We are witnessing, from Canada, the demise of an Empire, an ever-sickening morality there, a new and discouraging Ethics, a gun oriented culture in their streets, and even the demise of Christianity there. My question: Are China and Russia "silent partners'? Do they lean together on the U.S.A. now?

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Posted in: Tritium levels spike at Fukushima nuclear plant See in context

Am I to believe that some of the tanks contain only tritium, and not the sister isotopes:""Among other things being contended with at Fukushima the longest-lived are plutonium-244, with a “half-life” ; of 80.8 million years, plutonium-242, with a half-life of 373,300 years, and plutonium-239, with a half-life of 24,110 years. All of the remaining radioactive isotopes have half-lives that are less than 7,000 years. ""?

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Posted in: Record radiation readings seen near Fukushima water tanks See in context

""Among other things being contended with at Fukushima the longest-lived are plutonium-244, with a “half-life” ; of 80.8 million years, plutonium-242, with a half-life of 373,300 years, and plutonium-239, with a half-life of 24,110 years. All of the remaining radioactive isotopes have half-lives that are less than 7,000 years. Some things just don’t belong in pressure cookers.""

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Posted in: Aggressive Chinese territorial claims bring risks: U.S. general See in context

The lesson of "give and take" here. A broken America even Detroit City, the Tank and Armaments centre during WWII is no more. America so deeply in debt to China that some believe China holds a "controlling interest' in American 'paper' world wide now. America still flogging enriched uranium as China perfects the Thorium LFTR technologies for clean nuclear and builds a pebble bed gas reactor as we speak. America running dry on $100.00+ / bbl world price for oil runs an oil fired military it cannot afford without loans from China? Will they really jump to Japan's defence? Will they really aggravate their largest creditor? Will they really starve Americans at home, send American boys and girls to die for a few islands? Or: Will they "pay lip service" to Japan and let China have her way to avoid an engagement the u.s. cannot afford? Will the u.S. Give the islands to take the loans she needs for oil?

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Posted in: Lab success: Chromosome for Down's is switched off See in context

All this and just as autism the hidden epidemic in U.S. is blamed on GMO foods?

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Posted in: China says Japan's defense paper 'ignores facts' See in context

U.S.A. truly the "Paper Dragon" in any contest now: Oil addicted and oil starved and ready to plunder for oil. My question: will Chinese thorium quest come to fruition and change the face of the Global Energy Quest enough to bring economic relief to Japan, China and the U.S.A. and open a new trade era or will there be war for riches over Japan's head between U.S.A. and China? Relevant because a Thorium powered China will far over reach an oil fired U.S., Military and all, and the first thorium reactors are due in 2017 in China?

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Posted in: Scientists suspect eating more fish may help to curb anxiety See in context

Also available in salmon and flax?

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Posted in: Chinese supercomputer world's fastest See in context

A new race for supremacy - fastest computer a useful race now that the space race has proven useless, fastest car a folly and biggest SUV's foolhardy. God help us get China to start a Clean Air race to match their clean reactor Thorium systems and get the U.S. hooked on that instead of the fastest planes to kill us all?

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Posted in: Kawasaki Heavy develops cost-competitive way to make ethanol from farm waste See in context

Farm wastes, manures, humanures, human excrement, sewage) all make methane. Methane stores in standard propane bottles. Methane fuels cars already? Going to methanol might impose a cost that simply is not worth the trouble?

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Posted in: Japan, India seek early agreement on civil nuclear pact See in context

India holds the largest known reserves of Thorium - Will the Japanese reactors be able to accommodate this fuel? If not: How will they ever compete with the Chinese reactors that do and at 99% efficiency? Debut for Chinese Thorium LFTR styled reactors is 2017 - you see you-tube that makes this declaration? Who can guarantee a supply of Uranium for the enrichment process for conventional reactors? Possibly only an American influenced Canada?

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Posted in: Does inequality help growth - or hurt it? See in context

Choking hard right now but horse Shiite does that to me. If we are Uber Rich, greedy corporatists seeking only fast ROI are in charge, and we see only from their perspective - then and only then - "throwing part of your population under the bus" so that the other part may prosper becomes a method of choice. On the other hand: A democratically elected, People voted, not corporate money pressure lobbyist elected government, bent on creation a better society for human existence is in power, the greedy ROI worship agenda will fall to second place and Societies wants and needs will come to the front. Canada has a healthy "mix" of these components - both end in disaster, if not moderated by each other in equal proportions.

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