*Started 20 minutes ago* Live Stream: 100 women from Fukushima taking action outside gov’t offices in Tokyo (VIDEO)

Published: October 26th, 2011 at 11:14 pm ET
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Journalist Iwakami Yasumi: “No more Nuclear Power” 100 Women from Fukushima. A sit-in Action in Tokyo

100 women from Fukushima will be sitting in front of Agency of Ministry and Trade located in Tokyo, giving a peaceful appeal for three days.

Another 100 from all areas in Japan will be sitting from 10/30-11/5.

The action will be on Ustream broadcast from 10am to 3pm [Tokyo time?]

URL: http://ustre.am/usAQ

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Published: October 26th, 2011 at 11:14 pm ET
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25 comments to *Started 20 minutes ago* Live Stream: 100 women from Fukushima taking action outside gov’t offices in Tokyo (VIDEO)

  • World protests growing VS Big Brother Politics, Banking and Business

    red red wine


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    • Hurrah! I’ve got the chills… and no, it’s not the fuku flu. We need subtitles or some translation from some Japanese enenewsers.


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      • chat translation

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  • dpl dpl

    Women if you want to save the world [REMOVED BY MODERATOR Please refrain from comments about killing]
    this will end all wars in 20 years ,end of weapon development
    , useless science experiments like fusion power.
    Male dominated society has been a failure time to give the other half a chance. The Mussies will love this one.


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  • westcoastguy westcoastguy

    Peaceful protests will not solve anything
    and i would like to see how women would govern the world. i would like to see how it turns out. i am definitely intrigued as to which way it would go. but reality is we will not see it in our lifetime or possibly ever.. sad but true


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    • Terranigma1 Terranigma1

      IMHO, Women governing the world would be at the very minimum a 50% improvement. But no male advisors, please. Can you imagine President Helen Caldecott or VP Leuren Moret? Awesome!


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      • westcoastguy westcoastguy

        hahaha yeah i agree but there will always be corruption to some degree. i know most women would think more logically about health and childrens future though.. but like i said its very unlikely that will happen unless there is some kind of government takeover and everyone agrees with it. but there are too many men out there who truly believe women are below men which is a problem. i think its a great idea but we cant allow them to make big decisions at certain times of the month! or let hillary clinton be president because she is a man in disguise


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      • Yeah, Helen Caldicott for President!


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      • HamburgGeiger

        Women ruling the world? That would not change anything.

        Look what we have over here in Gemany. ;-) Merkel is a woman, but she looks and acts like a man, and she unfortunately makes the same wrong decisions. Not what you would expect and wish from a woman “on top”. No, it`s hopeless. The women that get to the top are more “man” then most men.


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    • James2

      It is true that peaceful protests are not effective with the authorities.

      However peaceful protests are very effective at informing the general public that there is an issue they should focus on.

      In the face of a legitimate issue, peaceful protests can multiply exponentially almost overnight – or they can fade away.

      My feeling is that protests will have little effect until the health problems from the radiation overwhelm the system. When the deaths and health issues are simply too numerous to ignore, then the news will emerge.

      If that occurs, at that point it will be too late for Japan, however the rest of us will have an opportunity to take action.


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  • Fukushima City – Mother – English version – Extract – July 19, 2011
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LPD7_vhnNHQ&feature=player_embedded

    They have no plans for the people when the nukes puke !


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  • Radiation Health Solutions group on Facebook:
    http://rhs.nodes.org


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  • Human0815

    This is a great Way, just don’t be Silent!

    I will visit them later or tomorrow
    to show my Support of their Action!


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  • dosdos dosdos

    Sarah Palin is all you need as a prime example of the wrong women in politics. Total whack job, as bad as any male. Gender doesn’t mandate the nature of politics, greed does. There are good men, there are good women. There are horrible men, there are horrible women. Manure floats, regardless of gender. It is the structure of government and the lure of power that draws them to the surface.


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  • alasanon

    The Question remains, what is anyone still doing in Fukushima?…other than the nuke workers, mgt. & engineers themselves.

    Right now my area is being covered by the Jet Stream in a big way, confirmed by all the maps. It’s relentless. The clouds are an ominous, almost metallic dark grey/black. Interesting & atypical….

    I can only hope that the short-lived isotopes are decaying fast after the high measurements found in St. Louis only a few days ago… He warned that they are coming our way (east coast)!!


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