Nuclear Ginza (1995)

July 8th, 2011

Part 1

Part 2

Research Credit: Eileen

3 Responses to “Nuclear Ginza (1995)”

  1. Eileen Says:

    I think I’ve watched both parts 4 times now. Part II is especially chilling.
    I’ve been employed with the same organization for 20 years – things have changed, but not that much. Wonder if the same goes for Japan’s nuclear industry?
    If you can track back to the youtube post there is a commentary there worth reading. I’m praying for the Japanese, actually I pray for all humans living in these times.
    My god, what the corporation’s and government in Japan have done to their people just to have fast trains and cities lit up so bright. Painful. Things look pretty lit up in Japan. Seems like such an awful waste of life to be so “electrified.”
    But I hope a human there knows what a bright star in a dark sky looks like. I also hope that the people of Japan just throw this nuclear crap which is sooo wrong for these islands down the toilet.
    BTW – I’m live less than 100 upwind (north)of a nuclear power plant. The Japanese are teaching me a lot. But that’s old news already. Right?
    Here’s a link to the Radiation Network – I don’t think we should be relaxing and taking naps thinking Fukushima is over:
    http://www.radiationnetwork.com/Message.htm
    Or that the scowm in Japan aren’t still recruiting the poor and destitute to clean up their dirty crimes.
    Grrr.

  2. pookie Says:

    Thank you for these links, Eileen.

  3. Eileen Says:

    @Pookie. You are welcome. Hope you have no worries you can’t shine a light on these days. Wow. To think we are living in such times.
    I have to pinch myself sometimes, either literally or mentally. Helps me to keep a grip on all these things we are living through.
    I’m going to listen to Part II again while I fold laundry and then chop veggies.
    May the diety you believe in bless you. E

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