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Iran-Japan trade rising despite sanctions

An Israeli company reportedly was in charge of “security” at the
Fukushima nuclear plant where the backup safety systems all failed.
These systems were also reportedly controlled by Seimens computer
technology. Seimens was the company that provided the controlling
technology for the Iranian nuclear centrifuges, which technology was
disabled and destroyed by the Mossad-created “Stuxnet” virus. Japan
was also reportedly warned a feww months ago by US Defense Secretary
Robert Gates of negative consequences should Japan follow an
independent course and evict the US from its military base in
Okinawa. Just connecting a few dots here. – Sherlock

Japanese Ambassador to Iran Kinichi Kumano says the volume of trade
transactions between Tehran and Tokyo passed $13 billion in 2010.

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