Prime Minister Shinzo Abe announced that Japan has signed an agreement with Turkey to build a new nuclear plant for the government of Turkey. There is no report of demands from the United States for Japan and Turkey to submit their plans for atomic energy production to the United Nations nor the American Congress. Of course, if Japan announced plans to build a nuclear plant in Iran, sirens would have sounded alarms set off since under no condition can Iran be allowed to have a nuclear energy program like Israel or Pakistan or France. There is something bizarre with the prospect of Japan being tutor to those seeking nuclear development.
Prime Minister Abe argues who better than Japan to aid nuclear programs, after all they are the only ones who actually experienced an atomic bomb? Who else better understands problems associated with nuclear energy??
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