“Japan Diet Member Taro Yamamoto On Fukushima, War, Privatization & TPP” YouTube

Japan Diet Member Taro Yamamoto On Fukushima, War, Privatization & TPP (English subtitle)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bySXUAXt5hE&feature=  

Japanese independent Diet member Taro Yamamoto was elected as an opposition candidate to nuclear power and against the reopening of Japan’s more than 40 plants. He became politically active in Japan after the Fukushima TEPCO nuclear plant meltdowns.  In this interview he compares the Fukushima to the Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombing. He also discuss the rise of militarization, the building of a US base in Okinawa and why the Japanese people are against the Trans Pacific Partnership TPP agreement along with  the dangers of privatization. This interview was done 11/20/2014.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tnpkBgQgtzY
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「参議院 山本太郎議員 福島、戦争そして民営化 とTPPについて語る」(英語字幕)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bySXUAXt5hE&feature= 

福島と広島、長崎の核爆撃との比較、軍事化の台頭、沖縄米軍基地建設問題そしてなぜ日本の人々が民営化の危険性とともにTPPに反対するのかを語っています。

このビデオは昨年2014年11月20日にレイバービデオプロジェクトによって撮影されたものです。

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山本太郎 参考YouTube:

“Taro Yamamoto on the Anti-Nuclear Movement “

by ShingetsuNews

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tnpkBgQgtzY

 

informed by NNA member Steve Zeltzer

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One Response to ““Japan Diet Member Taro Yamamoto On Fukushima, War, Privatization & TPP” YouTube”
  1. Greg Banks says:

    The Green Party of the United States is with you.

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