Denne 15 min. video viser en gruppe kvinder fra det strålingsplagede Fukushima-område, som 28. december drog til Tokyo for at markere deres desperation og utilfredshed overfor Tepco, Tokyo Electric Power Company – det firma, som ejer Fukushima-værket og dermed er direkte ansvarlig for A-kraft-ulykken. Tepco har en meget lille stjerne i dagens Japan. Ikke bare på grund af den sløsethed, som overhovedet har muliggjort, at uheldet kunne ske, men fuldt så meget på grund af den i manges øjne helt utilstrækkelige måde, man efterfølgende har håndteret situationen på.
Under vejs (2:40 ff.) giver den i Japan ganske kendte skuespiller Toru Yamamoto, som har dedikeret sig til kampen for et Japan på vedvarende energi, sit besyv med. Det er meget intenst-kontrollerede artikulationer af meget stærke følelser, og ladningen bliver ikke mindre af, at de 40 kvinder ikke får lov at komme ind i Tepcos hovedkvarter, men må præsentere deres ærinde foran bygningen.
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Association to Strive for Nuclear Power Phase-Out Together with TEPCO
I’m Azumai from “Association to Strive for Nuclear Power Phase-Out Together with TEPCO” and I will submit the first letter of requests:
“December 28, 2011. To Mr. Toshio Nishizawa, President of Tokyo Electric Power Company.
On the occasion of the Great East Japan Earthquake on March 11, you caused a global-scale fatal crime called ‘a nuclear earthquake disaster.’ This is an unprecedented event with multiple simultaneous severe accidents, and it will take an overwhelmingly long time until the nature is restored. On the other hand, life of the victims will run out much more quickly.
Already 9 months have passed since the start of the accident, but a horrible, unforgivable situation still continues where many victims, whose future course of life was suddenly severed, cannot obtain a foundation of their future lives and their compensation unless they damage their own eyes, ears, mouths, hands and feet, and their own savings. Above all, you have never once apologized as a perpetrator of this accident that your explanations to the local communities, “Nuclear plants are safe; They can withstand an earthquake,” was all lies and false.
The top management and everyone under them always only repeat a set phrase, “We are causing you great trouble and anxiety,” as if this were an affair of other people. You must immediately apologize genuinely, make substantial and effective compensation for our damages, not just with words, and take actions to prevent further sufferings and damages from occurring.”
Requests from Fukushima Women Who Don’t Want Nuclear Plants
I’ll read the requests from “Fukushima Women Who Don’t Want Nuclear Plants”.
‘Letter of Requests for Immediate Abolition of Nuclear Power Plants and Complete Compensation to the Victims.’
On March 11, 2011, the accident of Tokyo Electric Power Company’s Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant occurred on the occasion of the Great East Japan Earthquake, and it has changed the Japanese society completely. The safety myth of nuclear plants has been shattered and a large amount of radioactive materials has been spread throughout the world, causing huge environmental contamination.
In Fukushima, many people are still forced to live their daily lives in high level of radioactive contamination unparalleled in human history. There is no rebirth of Fukushima without the good health of people who bring it about. There is no rebirth when the residents are forced to be exposed to radiation.
The accident of Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant has revealed the human race cannot coexist with nuclear power. An energy that destroys human health is not needed. We strongly want the transition to a society based on alternative energies that can coexist with human life, and we request as follows. We expect your sincere answers in writing to this letter of requests…”
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