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Japanese Censorship In Action - PM Gillard Live Feed Dropped - Fukushima Question.

 
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04/21/2011 11:29 PM
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Japanese Censorship In Action - PM Gillard Live Feed Dropped - Fukushima Question.
Just watching Sky News live from Tokyo of PM Gillard speaking at the Japan National Press Club.

Terrible picture and sound quality and when she mentioned anything nuclear the sound and picture paused and then began again - seemed like they were checking what she was going to say before continuing.

The last question was directly about the nuclear crisis at Fukushima, radiation being found in the Southern Hemisphere(?),the flow of information and the future of nuclear power and when she began to speak the feed from Tokyo dropped out and did not resume.

The announcer was obviously surprised, said a few hurried words and cut to another show.

Did anyone else see this?

I'll try and find the transcript of the speech.

Last Edited by Cara van Park on 04/22/2011 02:07 AM
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Just watched the re-run on Sky News Active and now even the last question is not heard. It was cut 37 minutes into a speech and then a question and answer session that was meant to go for an hour.

Nobody else out there saw this? Hello????
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Re: Japanese Censorship In Action - PM Gillard Live Feed Dropped - Fukushima Question.
This is what the Press Club site says....


April 22, 2011 11:00 to 12:00
Prime Minister Julia Gillard 10 floor hall
Name Julia Gillard
Country Australia
Title Prime Minister

Press conference by report (reprinted from the Bulletin)



This conference is not complete reprint from newsletter.

[link to www.jnpc.or.jp]
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Re: Japanese Censorship In Action - PM Gillard Live Feed Dropped - Fukushima Question.
Found this transcript but can't find one with the question and answer part....

[link to www.adelaidenow.com.au]

"Australia understands that Japans focus right now is on managing the aftermath of the earthquake and tsunami and on the nuclear disaster."

Mostly blah blah...but China won't like it....

"So we had Australian aircraft, working with the Japan Self Defence Force, ferrying Japanese supplies, while using US bases in Japan and with the support of the United States..."

...."It also requires a robust security environment.

As staunch US allies, Japan and Australia are as one in welcoming a continued forward presence of the United States in the Asia-Pacific as an important contribution to regional stability."

Not surprisingly, the MSM are not reporting anything, except the China angle....

[link to www.heraldsun.com.au]

As the rise of China continues to pose a challenge for western leaders, Ms Gillard described Japan as Australia’s “closest partner in Asia”.

And her repeated statements on strengthening defence ties with Japan through its tri-lateral arrangement with the US are likely to lead to a frosty reception when the PM flies to Beijing on Monday night.

Ms Gillard has previously stated the need for stronger US presence in the region to “counter the rise of China”.

The PM confirmed she had raised the issue of China’s role in the region with Japan’s Prime Minister Naoto Kan over dinner last night.

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