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← Message from Fukushima


Showing Revision 11 created 12/14/2011 by Sincerity.

  1. Message from Fukushima
  2. Hello, my name is Nakate, representative of the Fukushima Network for Saving Children from Radiation.
  3. It’s been almost 3 months since the Fukushima Daiichi accident.
  4. More and more truths are being uncovered everyday.
  5. We now know that the government has been deceiving us.
  6. We, the citizens of Fukushima, are questioning whether this land has become uninhabitable,
  7. and whether or not we, and our children, should continue living here.
  8. We are calling for an evacuation of children as well as their parents.
  9. Neither the Japanese government nor the local governments are making any effort for evacuation yet.
  10. We are left to judge for ourselves.
  11. We are in need for a nationwide and international support.
  12. Please send your message to Japan.
  13. Please help us save the children, the children of Fukushima.
  14. It is sunny, very hot and humid today in Fukushima.
  15. The children are forced to wear long sleeves, long pants, and a mask in this weather, studying inside a hot sealed classroom.
  16. Today, children in Fukushima live their everyday life, having to face the reality that they might fall ill in the future.
  17. This situation is very sad and unforgivable.
  18. We plead you to spread your message to the world.
  19. Please spread our message to the world.
  20. We have no idea what will happen 10 or 20 years from now, if we don’t change this situation as soon as possible.
  21. We cannot hope for a bright future of these children, or the future of their children, if we don’t act right now to counteract with the worst-case scenario.
  22. We fear a horrible world in the future, if we don’t stand up now to protect the lives of children.
  23. Please tell the world of this situation.
  24. Today, in Fukushima, the government has finally started a decontamination process.
  25. The process has started while our children remain living here.
  26. Areas with radiation of over 5 millisieverts per year were subject for relocation in the Chernobyl accident, but in Fukushima, hundreds of thousands of children still live here.
  27. In the Chernobyl accident, residents in areas over 1 millisievert per year, were given the right to relocate,
  28. but today, in Fukushima, there are currently 1.5 million people still living here, unable to move.
  29. We are a small group of citizens, but we are committed in saving and protecting as many people as possible from radiation.
  30. Please give us your support.