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TODAY. The sadness of Fukushima.

The most popular news stories are about celebrities, sport, fashion, cute animals…..

And perhaps that’s a good thing. We don’t need to be miserable all the time – and the news, by its very being, means unusual and bad events.

In the middle of those unusual and bad events, we should pause, to think about the human beings involved, and what they’re going through.

In the midst of global hypocrisy about things nuclear – the Japanese government should surely take the cake. But the rest of the powerful world governments, too, deserve medals for hypocrisy.

Not only is it time to stop the whole insane toboggan-ride to nuclear annihilation. It’s also time to help the victims of previous nuclear destruction. It seems to me that the people of Fukushima have had little help from Japan, and the world community. They need a material helping hand, and also – to be listened to – their opinions on nuclear waste, on emptying radioactive trash water into the Pacific, on the wreckage to their fishing industry.

It is sadly paradoxical that the world media waxes jubilantly over “new nuclear” and nuclear submarines, while as much as possible, ignoring the anniversary of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear meltdown.

March 14, 2023 - Posted by | Christina's notes


  1. Gosh. Such darkness in the world

    Comment by 1510 | March 15, 2023 | Reply

  2. Biden and trump are both psychopaths and the state media says they are the only choices

    Comment by Brixton | March 15, 2023 | Reply

  3. Its like it was under bush with iraq. Only worse. Unfotunately there is not much we can do about it. What terrible times for humanity

    Comment by John | March 16, 2023 | Reply

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