By all accounts Australia supplied the bullets the Japanese were using for their Russian Roulette energy program.
These bullets are seven odd tonnes of spent uranium rods, and they need to be removed from the plant and disposed of now.
They continue to be the main source of radiation leaking into Japan’s ocean, air and ground.
In a recent article on www.globalresearch.ca, former editor of the Japan Times Weekly, Yoichi Shimatsu, says that under the Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT), used nuclear fuel from Japanese reactors must by law be shipped to the United States for storage or reprocessing to prevent the development of an atomic bomb.
So thankfully for us – in a legal sense – we can wash our hands of this. Morally we are responsible, however. This is a prime example of how laws can usurp morals and ethics.
‘The American nuclear industry has its own stockpile of more than 60,000 tons of spent fuel,’ wrote Shimatsu, ‘not counting waste from reactors used for military and research purposes – leaving no space for Fukushima’s rods inside the Nevada disposal site, if indeed it is ever opened.’
So in other words, there’s nowhere for it to go. Shimatsu explains that due to Japan’s propensity to earthquakes, the rods must be transported to another country. His guess is Mongolia.
Here’s an answer: Australia should offer to take these rods back and stop uranium exports for nuclear power/weapons immediately. Oh, and perhaps the Men In Black can release the free energy documents that Tesla is reported to have developed.
That would be sweet.