November 24, 2011
The Government of Japan do offer the Farmers, who were trying to keep their livestock alive, a choice.
KILLED Mother and baby. : Method : Injected with large amounts of muscle relaxants. Prolonged agony before death.
Who says that the Government of Japan is not a Democracy. One that cares for their citizens. One with compassion for those individuals that have suffered loss from the Fukushima nuclear disaster. Farmers that wanted to keep their livestock alive were given a choice by the Government of Japan, in regard to the disposition of their livestock. Euthanasia or Starvation. Who can’t be impressed with how the democratic government of Japan works.
The officials that are part of the active or passive killing of animals can count on those “karma” points adding up.
Players went to ask lawmakers to capitalize on Mr. Shigeru Ishiba we farmers.
Subject: Additional information, news, etc.
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November 11, 2011
Prime Minister of Japan Yoshihiko Noda (野田 佳彦), Minister of Environment and Minister of Nuclear Crisis Goshi Hosono ( 細野 豪志 ), Minister of Agriculture Forestry and Fisheries Michihiko Kano ( 鹿野 道彦 ), Yuhei Sato ( 佐藤 雄平 ) Governor of Fukushima Prefecture, and the Japanese Government ( 日本政府 ) = Karma will come back to bite you ( カルマはあなたを噛まないように戻ってくるだろう )