Your own post in the Coppelion thread is in itself a shameless display of ignorance and assumes bad faith on the author's part. Can you produce evidence to support this? If not, claiming that the anime is anti-nuclear propaganda is nonsense. Coppelion is a piece of speculative fiction, meaning it merely presents one possibility stemming a particular branch of thought, such as the impact of a particular technology or belief. I'm not sure if you've read Margret Atwood's Oryx and Crake, but assuming you have not, it is a novel about the world following a global pandemic introduced by bio-engineering. Atwood is not writing to say that bio-engineering is detrimental; she is writing to ask 'what if our biotechnology got to that level without any ethical policy in place to regulate it?' Similarly, there are absolutely no propaganda messages in Coppelion, where the authors are simply wondering 'what would happen in a city of Tokyo's size following a nuclear meltdown?' You appear to be pulling the propaganda aspect from the air in your post, so I'm most curious to know what is the basis for such a claim. I would also like to know why you would return after nearly two years of inactivity just to make such a comment.
I will say this again: Coppelion is not giving off anti-nuclear overtones. Of course, if you find substantial evidence beyond what is given in the anime (say, from artbooks and magazine scans) and present it in an insightful, focussed manner, I will reconsider.