Nuclear Energy Critic Loses Japan Election
Jul 30, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
A candidate who pushed an antinuclear agenda lost a closely watched race for governor in western Japan on Sunday, underscoring the challenges opponents of nuclear energy face in translating recent mass protests into votes.
The petrodollar-sponsored antinukular rent-a-mobs do not reflect the Japanese population's point of view?
I'm shocked, shocked!
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