Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Japan: Protests continue in Kitakyushu against radioactive debris import and incineration

It is the least that they can do: protest against their planned murder, and very specially that of their children (who are much more susceptible to radiation than adults), by the Japanese authorities, who have gone totally mad since the Fukushima catastrophe (or were probably mad before but was not so obvious maybe). 

The citizens of Kitakyushu keep their protests against the imposition of destroying their lives just because someone in the hierarchies had that "brilliant" idea of scattering the radioactive debris all around, poisoning the whole country instead of trying to contain the damage to a region.

"Adults should protect the future of children. We're against disaster debris burning. Protect Kyushu for Japan".

Source: Ex-SKF.

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