Japan’s March against Nukes: Seventy Years After USA Patents its World Terror Inc. Trademark

Appeal for a Total Ban on Nuclear Weapons

NOTE: Radioactive slurry tanks are leaking at Hanford, WA, workers at Fukushima are dying, Chernobyl is the gift that keeps on giving as a million have died from that disaster, Obama is pushing nuclear energy (sic), along with Whole Earth Catalog creator Stewart Brand — look at this piece of shit, here…

Stewart Brand in shirt with nuclear logo, says Rad.

and Japan and Australia and all the same usual suspects in the transfinancial continuing criminal enterprise cartel, and, even guys like Gaia Theory James Lovelock, well, isn’t that just great, uh, as we pause and recommit to not only banning nuclear arms but nuclear factories of cloud server, One Percent energy?

Two pieces of mine published elsewhere, but nicely here — at Dissident Voice:

        “Hanford — From Nagasaki to Fourth Generation Spokanites
        “Nuclear Narratives

Really, a million dead — don’t let the propagandists and Zionists and media and science factory nerds say otherwise!’

A million people have died so far as a result of the 1986 Chernobyl nuclear plant accident, explains Dr. Janette Sherman, toxicologist and contributing editor of the book Chernobyl: Consequences of the Catastrophe for People and the Environment. Published by the New York Academy of Sciences, the book, authored by Dr. Alexey Yablokov, Dr. Vassily Nesterenko and Dr. Alexey Nesterenko, examined medical records now available — which expose as a lie the claim of the International Atomic Energy Commission that perhaps 4,000 people may die as a result of Chernobyl. Watch this program now online (29 min.)

I’ll let the peace marchers speak for themselves, since this is the SEVENTIETH anniversary of America’s terrorist attack on Japan at Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

Dear friends,

The 2014 National Peace March against A and H Bombs will start from Yumenoshima, Tokyo on May 6, 2014, heading for Hiroshima toward August. Spreading the wish of the people for “No More Hiroshimas and No More Nagasakis”, the march will proceed toward Hiroshima or Nagasaki from various points across Japan.

It started 56 years ago and is carried out every year. This year too, it will be conducted in 11 major courses including other networked routes, and a total of some 100,000 people are expected to participate in it.  The March is our unique form of action in which anyone can take part anytime and anywhere. In order to further build up public support for a total ban on nuclear weapons toward 2015 NPT Review Conference and the 70th anniversary of Hiroshima and Nagasaki atomic-bombings, we will try the International Youth Relay in this year’s march.

Young peace marchers from both overseas and Japan will relay the march and walk for 3 months from Tokyo through Hiroshima. This challenge was proposed by Ms. Malaya Fabros of the Philippines, who participated in the march from Tokyo to Kyoto last year. Six marchers from overseas and Japan have already decided to walk in one or two prefectures to relay the march. …

We are looking for marchers in Gifu or/and Kyoto. If you are interested in joining the march, please contact us. We will keep you updated about what is happening in the Peace March in our blogs and news. In the march, marchers will collect signatures in support of “Appeal for a Total Ban on Nuclear Weapons” and call for participation in the World Conference against A and H Bombs. Please send your message of support and solidarity to the Peace March. Your messages will be translated into Japanese and introduced throughout Japan in the peace march and rallies. They will be a great encouragement for the Japanese peace and anti-nuclear movement.

Let us work together toward 2015 to open up the way leading to a nuclear weapon-free world.

Japan Council against A & H Bombs (GENSUIKYO)
2-4-4 Yushima, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo 113-8464 JAPAN
Phone: +81-3-5842-6034
Fax: +81-3-5842-6033
Email: pj.ro.alalp.zapotnull@motaitna

Paul Haeder's been a teacher, social worker, newspaperman, environmental activist, and marginalized muckraker, union organizer. Paul's book, Reimagining Sanity: Voices Beyond the Echo Chamber (2016), looks at 10 years (now going on 17 years) of his writing at Dissident Voice. Read his musings at LA Progressive. Read (purchase) his short story collection, Wide Open Eyes: Surfacing from Vietnam now out, published by Cirque Journal. Here's his Amazon page with more published work Amazon. Read other articles by Paul, or visit Paul's website.