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Australia ministers back uranium sales to India

 
Anonymous Coward
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11/20/2011 03:58 AM
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Australia ministers back uranium sales to India
Now that the US and AUS are all buddy buddy this is interesting..

"Australian Defence Minister Stephen Smith said Sunday there was high-level support for ending Canberra's ban on selling uranium to India, describing the move as "strategically important"."

Goes on to say
"It's in our national interest and it's very important strategically, as India emerges as a rising power in the course of this century," Smith told commercial television."

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[link to nz.news.yahoo.com]
Neo81xxx

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11/20/2011 04:18 AM
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Re: Australia ministers back uranium sales to India
I don't see a problem with that, we don't need it here! we have what 1 maybe 2 experimental plants that's it.
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11/20/2011 04:25 AM
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Re: Australia ministers back uranium sales to India
Oh...

I see...

I thought you meant "Ministers" ... as in Preachers...

"OH LORD! WE BESEACH THEE TO SEND THY RADIOACTIVE THINGIES TO THE BROWN PEOPLE OF INDIA"!

I was mistaken.

Carry on...
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11/20/2011 04:25 AM
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Re: Australia ministers back uranium sales to India
So long as they don't want to send it back here to dump it when it's been used......
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11/20/2011 04:31 AM
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Re: Australia ministers back uranium sales to India
GOOD for them.. But we don't need Nuclear SHIT after JAPAN Nuclear crisis ..
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11/20/2011 05:39 AM
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GOOD for them.. But we don't need Nuclear SHIT after JAPAN Nuclear crisis ..
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Now, now, you know you want it.
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11/20/2011 06:08 AM
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Re: Australia ministers back uranium sales to India
I don't see a problem with that, we don't need it here! we have what 1 maybe 2 experimental plants that's it.
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I bloody do, considering that Mega Uranium, which now holds the leases on Herveys Range just 50km west of Townsville, is the latest in a long line of companies to consider its worth _ potentially a $1 billion deposit at today's values right on the city's doorstep with good road access and close to a ready workforce and minerals export port.
[link to www.townsvillebulletin.com.au]

I don't want this shit on mine or my kids doorstep. If you can't control all its (uranium) forms (specifically waste byproducts) and consequences then don't screw with it.
Adds new meaning to the song "we're all glowing on a summer holiday".
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11/20/2011 06:24 AM
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Re: Australia ministers back uranium sales to India
I don't see a problem with that, we don't need it here! we have what 1 maybe 2 experimental plants that's it.
 Quoting: Neo81xxx


I bloody do, considering that Mega Uranium, which now holds the leases on Herveys Range just 50km west of Townsville, is the latest in a long line of companies to consider its worth _ potentially a $1 billion deposit at today's values right on the city's doorstep with good road access and close to a ready workforce and minerals export port.
[link to www.townsvillebulletin.com.au]

I don't want this shit on mine or my kids doorstep. If you can't control all its (uranium) forms (specifically waste byproducts) and consequences then don't screw with it.
Adds new meaning to the song "we're all glowing on a summer holiday".
 Quoting: <ambiguous>

I didn't know about this . MainStream Media fails again.
I do monitor the MSM to see what there not reporting.
This is not good. Australia is getting raped on many levels and ways. Gotta wonder the mentality of our politicians, are
they really Human ?
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11/20/2011 07:30 AM
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Re: Australia ministers back uranium sales to India
In light of India being able to buy uranium from elsewhere anyway, it's probably a good move on the part of the Aussies.
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11/20/2011 07:30 AM
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Re: Australia ministers back uranium sales to India
I don't see a problem with that, we don't need it here! we have what 1 maybe 2 experimental plants that's it.
 Quoting: Neo81xxx


I bloody do, considering that Mega Uranium, which now holds the leases on Herveys Range just 50km west of Townsville, is the latest in a long line of companies to consider its worth _ potentially a $1 billion deposit at today's values right on the city's doorstep with good road access and close to a ready workforce and minerals export port.
[link to www.townsvillebulletin.com.au]

I don't want this shit on mine or my kids doorstep. If you can't control all its (uranium) forms (specifically waste byproducts) and consequences then don't screw with it.
Adds new meaning to the song "we're all glowing on a summer holiday".
 Quoting: <ambiguous>


Bligh was adamant no uranium ming in Qld - we'll see how she goes with that after this weekend's conference - anyone got any updates?
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12/04/2011 04:15 PM
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Re: Australia ministers back uranium sales to India
FFS - the factions fuck it up again

"...LABOR's policy change to allow uranium exports to India has exposed a split within cabinet and left the rank-and-file up in arms.

The Prime Minister, Julia Gillard, prevailed yesterday when her policy backflip on allowing the exports was approved by the ALP national conference by 206 votes to 185.

The vote was split along factional lines with the Right using its majority, but not before fiery outbursts against the proposal by cabinet ministers including Anthony Albanese, Peter Garrett and Stephen Conroy, who belongs to the Right but defected for the vote...."


[link to www.brisbanetimes.com.au]

Unsure of what Qld's stance is now....





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