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THE JAPANESE SHIP OF STATE IS SETTLING IN THE WATER LIKE THE TITANIC

16 Aug 2011

NUKE INDUSTRY SERVANTS ? Japan’s Central Government as usual, has nothing to offer but PLANS…AND MORE PLANS.  There is a natural inclination to think such politicians are irresolute, uncaring, or at worst, criminally remiss in the performance of their duties: but in fact, they are JUST DRAGGING THEIR FEET TO SERVE THE NUKE INDUSTRY MONETARY INFLUENCES; And so, they just pretend everything is under control, and promise that soon it will be “back to business as usual”.  NOTHING COULD BE FURTHER FROM THE TRUTH! 

IN OUR OPINION THE JAPANESE SHIP OF STATE IS SETTLING IN THE WATER LIKE THE TITANIC.  Mortally wounded by the tragic events of Fukushima Dai No. 1, it will tip over and sink when its industry begins to migrate elsewhere.  Predictably, the very rich industrialists always abandon ship first, and don’t really care if there are enough lifeboats for all. Just like in the Titanic sinking, THE BAND PLAYED-ON. The government likes it that way! No use making any waves UH! – I don’t know about that!

IMAGINE THAT! – now they plan to “shake-up” their  “Nuclear Industry Watchdogs” by April 2012; more than one year after the Tragic events at Fukushima Dai No.1 of last 12 mar  2011…A DAY FOR HUMANITY TO REMEMBER! (how could we forget ?).  PROBLEM IS, THAT GIVEN THEIR PAST ACTIONS/INACTIONS, IT WILL BE JUST A GAME OF “MUSICAL CHAIRS” (American parlor- game where the same participants exchange chairs at the end of each song).  Japan’s Central Government is clearly the “Best Government money can buy” and needs to be replaced as a whole.  Their inaction is costing Japan countless lives, and leading their country to financial ruination as well.  Japanese politicians with “watery eyes” are not really sorry, they are just peeing in the bath-water (you know what I mean, don’t you ?).  They may be getting relief, but the Japanese people are not.

JAPAN’S SOCIO-ECONOMIC PROBLEMS ARE VERY DIFFERENT FROM THOSE IN THE USA OR THE UK. A very wise Australian from Brisbane: John, wrote on 16 Aug 2011: “ After 20 ‘lost years’ of economic growth, Japan does not have the same mass unemployment, inequality and social unrest facing the supposedly dynamic free-market bastions of the USA and UK. Japan’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP )does not need to grow each year because its population is shrinking; (Hence)to measure it against this benchmark is a failure of the western ‘grow at all cost model’. If anything, Japan’s stagnant GDP has shown us that it’s far better to have a more equal society with less economic growth, than a growing economy where the rich get all of the gains”  HE IS VERY RIGHT IN MY OPINION!  Even so, Japan is saddled with a shrinking economy, aging population, and a shrinking population rate, while its Fukushima related liabilities/reparation costs continue to escalate exponentially, with no end in sight,  and with endemic energy shortages created by its idled Nukes.

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August 16, 2011 at 6:41 PM
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  • October 3, 2011 at 2:37 PMEleni

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  • October 3, 2011 at 5:05 PMMerrilee

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