Japanese pushed to the corner to revolt

 

Japanese is finally noticing that they are surrounded by the invisible walls.
Since when the bubble ended in 1992, Japan has been in the long recession, called Japanese lost 20 years. Leaders changed like revolving lantern. Japanese became aware that their voice is not reflected in the political situation but they tried to ignore the fact and indulged themselves in the fading prosperity.

However, they can not ignore it anymore.
Since 311, their government has been all trying to kill the people instead of saving. Concealing SPEEDI, having people remain in hotspots, covering all the information and having set the food regulation to save the producers instead of the consumers.

Countless petition, demonstration, and discussion have been done but none of them have been effective.

Since last Japanese revolution in mid 19th century, Japanese have not felt the necessity of revolt this much.
Japanese is finally starting to be aware that they have been quiet for too long. They are trying to recall how to stand up against the power.

On 3/11/2012, 14,000 people demonstrated in Tokyo and made a human chain to surround Japanese parliament. A man in the chain asked police, anti-nuke movement is getting slow. Police whispered, it’s not getting slow. They think it was an achievement to have had 2012 without any clash. It’s rather to be more active.

Because people are more and more aware, mass media is busy at manipulating information. NHK can’t establish their policy to be pro-nuke or anti-nuke. Currently, SNS leads the social consensus. The world has changed.

However, the fact is that none of the consensus can affect the political decision.
On 3/11/2012, Japanese prime minister Noda had speech to spread the radioactive debris to all over Japan. It is assumed that they will take radioactive debris even to Okinawa in April. There is even an unconfirmed information that they have already taken it and landfilled. People in Okinawa is starting to claim that they are having nosebleed or sore throat.
Utter ignorance of the public officers keeps situation going worse regardless of the petition and enlightening movement of the citizens.
In Okinawa, there are approximately 10,000 people evacuated from the main islands of Japan. For them, Okinawa is the last radiation haven. In the end of WWW2, Okinawa was the last battle field between Japan and US. Now in 21st century, Okinawa is becoming the last battle field between radiation pilgrim and Japanese government.

At this moment, it’s highly likely that citizens will fail.
Contaminated food is still served at school lunch, and on the shelves of the supermarkets. Decontamination is becoming the business to be beneficial for the government.
There is the concrete fact that people can no longer change the situation legally.

Japanese have been educated to think expressing your own opinion is rude. Now they are trying to learn how to speak out from the cases of overseas, such as Tibet, Tunisia, Egypt or Greece.
Because they are becoming more emotional, they are ignoring that most of the protests ended up failing. Everyday, new terms come up on the SNSs such as hunger strike, human chain, direct appeal, use of force and assassination.
Authority made a police box in front of the house of Mr. Katsumata, the chairman of Tepco. It means they are feeling the threat of people.

Because people can’t do anything for Fukushima anymore, they keep themselves distracted at alternative issues.

1. Attempt to stop all the nuclear plants in Japan.
2. Measuring radiation all around in their circumstances and food.
3. Acting against the policy to spread the radioactive debris.
4. Revealing the manipulated facts about the decontamination business..
etc..

Soon these will be united and lose its focus to turn to be violence.

The more aware people become, the harder the government becomes.
Japanese society is tensioned.

 

 








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30 Responses to “Japanese pushed to the corner to revolt”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Iori –

    Actually, the anti-nuclear movement WILL win the debate and all of Japan’s nuclear reactors will be decommissioned. It is just a matter of time and a matter of how many nuclear reactors will meltdown before we win. Anti-nuclear thinkers are right, and time will prove them right even if the government continues to suppress in the short term.

    As for violence, I doubt it will happen. Japan is still a democracy, and smart political candidates will heed the people’s strong wishes on this issue. Look at Osaka mayor for an example. He will stop KEPCO reactors and build a national coalition that is energized and anti-nuclear. As in America, citizens will try voting for change instead of violent overthrow. I do wish the Japanese could vote sooner; elections are not coming frequently enough in our modern, fast-moving world.

    Finally, to hasten the collapse of the Japanese nuclear village, a strong and clear message from the Emperor would be of huge help. If he takes a strong stand on this issue, he may be able to spare Japan from a second set of meltdowns. You might lobby the Imperial Palace.

    • Mochizuki says:

      “Look at Osaka mayor for an example”.. He is the worst fascist. People are wanting him for the replacement of violence.

  2. kintaman says:

    Good post Mochizuki-san,

    Just for reference World War 2 is WW2, not WWW2. I think you have an Internet brain ;) .
    Also, could you please provide reference/citation for Okinawa people talking about nosebleed or poor health. If Okinawa is also contaminated then it is all over for Japan.

  3. Xanadu says:

    Time to swap back neckties for katana?Japanese were never the sheepish people we know today. I can’t take the responsibility for this but if nobody disables incinerators, then radioactive waste will be incinerated all over Japan. Likewise with nuclear power plants, they’ll be restarted and there’ll be another disaster like Fukushima. When?Nobody can tell just like with the next big Tokyo earthquake, but the age of the nuclear power plants and high sismic aftershock activity to date suggests within 10 years. Disabling these facilities without causing any environmental damage is tricky for citizens but it is possible. Besides the Nazis in charge would take the opportunity of a German Reichstag fire like incident to declare martial law – surprised Ishihara hasn’t ordered his far right friends to stage a fire at the Diet for that matter. After all he used to make donations to the Aum cult of the sarin gas attack fame. Violence leads to more violence and Japan history is mostly a long civil war from which we are taking a break. However peaceful takeover by masses is feasible, occupy incinerators and nuclear power plants – and take them offline for good!

  4. Jeff Anderson says:

    Revolution = Evolution

  5. Concrete man says:

    Mochizuki san,

    Once again, a very provocative essay on the current situation. You raise many valid points. I am not sure it will turn violent but maybe you are aware of JFK’s famous adage that if the government makes peaceful change impossible, violent change becomes inevitable. Maybe so. I think it is good people keep pushing, there may not be much time.

    I am writing an article for Rense.com about the No. 4 unit which could collapse in a heap if an earthquake damages the building. This would lead to Armageddon Japan for real. I don’t think that will happen, Tepco is actually making some measures to prevent that, but they are too little too late in case it is a big quake. We don’t really know how stable that building is but one must assume the worst.

    Back to your thesis, Japanese have been programmed from birth (like most of us in Modern Society) to be cogs in an industrial machine. Japan ran very smoothly for quite some time with remarkable technological and econmic success. But with that system disrupted the programmed populace has no way to reconfigure, so they just keep going on, pretending reality does not exist, or that radio nuclides won’t harm. This is ony natural. The re education process that you, Mr. Mochizuki are undertaking, is enormous and very great indeed. It will be impossible to change quickly but over time, assuming worse case scenarios don’t occur, the anti nuke movement can, must, be heard!

    Concrete man

  6. Steven Guam says:

    Awesome commentary. Revolution will happen in Japan, its been coming, but the disaster is accelerating the impending change. It will be difficult, but in modern society, necessary change comes at a much higher price because of imbedded complacency of easy life.

  7. S. says:

    This is what I felt as well, but thank you for the confirmation. I really appreciate this kind of articles, they’re very insightful and makes us understand the situation in depth.

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  9. My Brother,
    My Heart is so filled with LOVE & Prayers for You all; i know that [They] are going to “suggest[encourage] seppku; the ritual of Suicide, i’ve known about this for a long time; i am so sorry the U.S. Prezxidente is the King of Nuke Renaissance…You all should have been allowed to Evac last year. So, i want to talk with you if possible* Do you know Sakurako (she’s in Vancouver but returning to Japan, i heard…) she’s in My Friend List like You; i am sending You some of My work on FB i hope You get it; please let me know what you think, please do if you want to share… i want to help you all i can on the Spiritual Plane—>my Friend Bob Nichols featured you in VeteransToday.com OMMMMMM tat sat i chant & pray 4 U All*

  10. John Fordham says:

    Thank you for sharing your insight with us, about the events in Japan. When I chant, I always include my concerns for the Japanese people, in hopes of their enlightenment, and the easing of their suffering. Revolution can seem useful, but the reality is that the upper class rely on it for maintaining power through times of trouble. As proof consider this: Revolution is the standard response of the masses when oppression & hardship becomes unbearable – yet, that standard response of violence has resulted in the world as we know it. Therefore, it doesn’t work. A better solution is required. My heart goes out to all of you who are suffering as the consequence of the corporate mishandling of Fukushima.

  11. mikael says:

    I firmly belive the emperoris aware of it, butas an constitutional monarcy, hes just a Showcase, like many other counrtys with Monarcys.
    And as far I am aware of already stated that Fukushima is Not over and is continuing to be a danger.
    Not to be missunderstudd at all.

    And may he be also aware of the wast implications this is going to have on the Future of Japan, why ruin your self on a Bunch of criminals, warying from the Gov to the Tepco.
    For a hole range of criminal acts, ranging from coverups(probably still iligal in Japan?) to damages done to the Land and its people.
    There is a road crossing in the horizon, where one like is or not.
    There is No other way out of this than to start to take this as serious as it realy is.

    This is the final moment of the people og Japan.
    Fight it or die.
    And this is Not a furatiiv speach.
    Its deadly serios. And any sane person knows this. We all can hide behind exuses like cultur and curezys and what ever drivel there is, but again, this is beyound that kindergarden play and blame games.

    There is No moral issues in any negative/bad way regarding anything like “karma” or other similare notion. In any religion or way of belife, where Selfdefence or defending anykind of defencless creatures(like our children) from any kind of life/death threatening sitation from what ever creature or begin.
    Becase it about selfdefence, the attacer have all the Blame, in any way.
    Dont fogett that.

    Wake up.

    COURAGE
    It is from the numberless diverse acts of courage and belief that human history is shaped. Each time a man stands up for an ideal or acts to improve the lot of others or strikes out against injustice, he sends forth a tiny ripple of hope, and crossing each other from a million different centers of energy and daring, those ripples build a current that can sweep down the mightiest walls of oppression and resistance.

    “Few men are willing to brave the disapproval of their fellows, the censure of their colleagues, the wrath of society. Moral courage is a rarer commodity than bravery in battle or great intelligence. Yet it is the one essential, vital, quality for those who seek to change a world which yields most painfully to change.”

    R. F. Kennedy

    peace

    PS: be pist and kick ass

  12. Intel Agent says:

    I have 13 years of nuclear intelligence, I know thine very well, I am more of a pessimist and believe the area grows to radioactively hot to mitigate growth of the problem, hence the problem as an entity will continue on it’s path…also this entity after 30% rod melt is IN TRUTH UNMITIGATABLE a rare character flaw exclusive to nuclear. I would love to argue this but the only dissenting opinion I will accept will be from fukushima itself, I will be paying attention.
    BTW I am fond of the assassination part iori ;) and in VERY REAL TRUTH/FACT/INTELLIGENCE and CONTINUATION “where I specialize” when it comes to many it is very much justified/quantified and a SOLUTION THAT CAN ALSO SAVE LIVES.
    I wish you and Japan good tidings and successful mitigation to end this multifaceted pox upon a nation.
    The truth “IS” and it will stand no matter how hard it is gone against PERIOD and that is FINAL!
    In Japan to live with “normal” exposure you would have to evacuate 1100km’s
    currently, BUT THAT IS A SLIDING SCALE ALWAYS IN MOTION UNTIL FUKUSHIMA HAS MET IT’S END AND THAT SCALE CANNOT RETRACT FOR GENERATIONS PERIOD. LITTLE IS MORE SERIOUS< LITTLE DESERVES MORE ATTENTION.

  13. doitsujin says:

    To be sincere I do not think that there will be a revolution in japan, but I hope they will sut down all reactors in Japan.

    Clearly the nuclear accident had several root causes:
    1. Corruption in the administration and private sector
    2. Lack of democracy
    3. No transparency and accountability
    4. Deregulated Corporate Capitalism
    5. Mismangement

    Current situation:
    Tepco is holding the japanese government and the japanese people hostage with their nuclear disaster, demanding money from the governemnt, they have privatized the earnings for centuries and now they are socialising the losses, in addition they have privatized also the nuclear fallout, they do not feel in charge about what happened. Why have the Tepco managers not been indigted yet, why are they not in prison?
    The Olympus Managers have been indigted why is Shimizu the former Tepco CEO not in court yet?

    If they do not change the current pseudo-democracy in Japan into a participatory bottom up democracy, with accountability and transparency in their decision processes nothing will change. But I fear the burocrats have too much power and they are cooperating with the private sector and the massmedia to keep the people uniformed.

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  16. Lolana says:

    I liked the person who said this:
    “Japanese have been programmed from birth (like most of us in Modern Society) to be cogs in an industrial machine. Japan ran very smoothly for quite some time with remarkable technological and econmic success. But with that system disrupted the programmed populace has no way to reconfigure….”

    It is the same for all of us….consider that most working people (or many) sit for 40 hours a week (at least) staring into a machine and typing on a keyboard. This is constant, daily behavioral conditioning which reduces us to two dimensions, in a three-dimensional world which demands three-dimensional action and interactions.

    On the one hand the Net brings us information. On the other, it is still a tool of the rulers, can be and is censored, and not only must we fight against environmental destruction, we must fight against the impulse to drone on endlessly in our programmed, comfortable, repetitive trenches.

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  19. Truth says:

    What you said and I can see and field. It is frightening as I can see mindless violence pent up in the young which after released will be an empty hollow. The only way for Japan to move forward is with access to information all around the world. You can be that voice and access for Japanese. Media in Japan is pure rubbish. However, I can also say with more access to information, it will not be some romanticized version of Saigo Tamakori. Japan will change and it is interesting as it will not move forward in the Edo fashion as some people still dream.

  20. Junna says:

    I am a Japanese, currently staying in overseas. Mochizuki-san should recognise who I am. (I hope :P ) I left Japan for holiday but now I can’t go back to Japan. I wanted to track blog articles about Fukusima, Japan or radiation in English but has been handful just with my work, updating Japanese blog (and my English is not that great either :D ). This blog is very important resource as not many Japanese writing English blogs. Many thanks as always.

    I can’t believe what’s going on in Japan, can’t believe this is the country I am from… Too scared to go back there. I probably won’t for permanent settlement. Having nightmare everyday.

    Besides some Japanese people are protesting, most of people are ignorant, they don’t really care. They can’t think by themselves.

    The reason is as Mochizuki-san says, they have been educated not to have your own thinking, they have to act as same as others instead of having own your thoughts. Therefore many people are like sheep. They respect what other people do or think rather than what YOU think or do. They can only make movement when most of others do. It’s easy way to understand if you think they are sheep.

    This is a reality. Japanese who especially have experience living overseas definitely know about this matter. What a country, ha!

    Here’s an article too:

    Hosono wants to spread radioactive debris all over Japan
    http://seetell.jp/en/19164

    Hosono is our environment minister who believes spreading radioactive debris is safe and helping tsunami affected area.

    Even outside of Fukushima prefecture, debris ARE contaminated, that’s verified from measurement. I don’t say all are contaminated (maybe they are who knows) but you have no way to tell which are contaminated and which are not since there’s no proper measurement but they are spread over for burn. Hosono’s brain is probably contaminated. The reality is many parts of Tokyo are also contaminated.

    It’s not rare in Japan people die from their hard work. It’s called Karohshi (die from hard work). To refuse overtime work (generally long hours) in Japan is regarded not dedicated worker or team worker. Brainwash. So that people don’t say no to them, keep working long hours, get mental illness and die. As shown famous term; economic animal.

    I wanted people around the world know what Japanese people are facing with. Some awaken people are now very angry trying whatever possible efforts. Thanks for reading.

    • Mochizuki says:

      Oh you popped out of Twitter and now you’re here !
      Did you leave Japan only for a holiday ? I thought you were in P for business or enterprising for some reason. That is amazing..

  21. Intel Agent says:

    “THEY” are “PROJECTORS”, They are projecting upon the japanese how they want them to feel, this is humanity and “PROJECTION”/”INFLUENCE” permeates every facet of society, I think it’s sick what “THEY” want the japanese to feel. Gov/corps, pr firms, university students are MENTALLY ILL PSYCHOPATHS, “KILL MY CHILD”??? “BURN CONTAMINATED DEBRIS?” “MAKE SURE MANY LIVE EAT BREATHE FALLOUT?” “HAVE SPENT FUEL FIRES AND DECIDE TO HAVE A MEETING ABOUT IT 12 HOURS LATER?” “EVERYTHING”S A SECRET?”, “MISMANAGE EVERY SINGLE GD THING?”, you see just because the gov and corporations lack emotions and can kill children “nodules anyone?” doesn’t mean it’s right. Do you understand? They lack emotions, THEY ARE CONFIDENT,,,VERY MANY OF THEM, DO YOU SEE THAT THEY SHOULD HAVE FEAR? THEY ARE NOT IN FEAR<THEY ARE NOT SCARED, THEY ARE MENTALLY BROKEN, THEY CAN WALK PAST A DYING CHILD IN THE STREET AND PAY NO ATTENTION, THEY DO NOT SEE IT, THEY SEE THEMSELVES, I WAS A DYING CHILD!
    A person missing emotion, has no business being an OVERLORD OVER PEOPLES LIVES, THEY ARE JUST PAWNS IN THE GAME, NO THOUGHT IS PAID AT ALL. GOV TEPCO, THE LOSS OF YOUR COUNTRY DOES NOT SCARE YOU…THAT IS WHY YOU LOSE IT, EXCEPT YOU WILL TAKE TOO MANY WITH YOU FOR YOUR MENTAL ILLNESS, YOU ARE SICK, THAT IS THE ANSWER WHY ALL OF THIS HAPPENED AND THE WAY IT DID. PEOPLE LIKE "THEM " ARE NOT RARE!!!!!!!!!!!!! WHY TAKE A LOOK AROUND, MAYBE YOU KNOW MANY MORE, I DO.

  22. Intel Agent says:

    THEY ARE “PSYCHOPATHS” and they also believe they earned everything they got and YOU are JEALOUS/STUPID/LESS THAN/BENEATH THEM, and YOU are in the WAY, and they HATE YOU deep inside. THEY are COLD, THEY HAVE “fking little JAPANS” for “THEM”
    Call me a liar, not all psychopaths killlllllllllll BUT THEY SURE LOOK LIKE THEY ARE KILLINGGGGGG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!WITH NO EMOTION!!!!!!!!
    If you’ve ever worked for a psychopath or your mom dad sister brother boyfriend girlfriend etc, IT IS AS PLAIN AS DAY, YOU CAN SEE IT ALL RIGHT IN FRONT OF YOU.
    LEARN IT, UNDERSTAND IT, PROTECT YOURSELF, STAY AWAY FROM THESE KINDS OF PEOPLE AND DO NOT!!!!! I REPEAT NOT ENABLE THEM BY HIRING THEM AND GIVING THEM JOBS, I CAN SHOW YOU WHY. PAY ATTENTION!!!!!
    Watch the
    “fish head” <documentary about psychopaths and what they do AND PROVE ME WRONG.
    YOU WANT THE ANSWER THAT ENABLED EVERY THING FROM CONSTRUCTION OF THIS TO THE DEATH OF A NATION?
    PSYCHOPATHY. PERIOD AND THAT IS FINAL! CONFIDENCE/NO FEAR/SELFISHNESS, NO MATTER THE COST OR SITUATION.

  23. Lisaky says:

    Thanks for your timely story. I started a petition asking Japanese prime minister Noda to STOP spreading radioactive debris to all over Japan and linked your article to my blog.
    http://chn.ge/HRH6zv

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  26. yuri says:

    I am a Japanese girl who lives in the States.

    People in Japan just freaks me out…

    Whenever I tried to tell people the danger of the situation
    and how people should be angry against the government,
    people in Japan look at me and say.
    “Hey it was US who used the electricity. It was OUR fault not only the government or TEPCO.”

    So I told them, “but you have been fooled all these years. they have been ling to you by saying the nuclear plant is the safest place in the world. You should be really mad about that.”

    But what they said to me these things;

    “Oh, you are fooled by internet blogs. They are the liers. ”

    “Oh, it was good that government didn’t tell the truth. Otherwise people
    must have paniced.”

    “I hate those people who were using the electricity all these yeas and turn around say nuclear was bad. I hate these easy-minded protesters.”

    Seriously.

    No kidding.

    These are the majority of Japanese!!!!!

    What shall I do? Shall I stay away from Japan forever?
    Is it worth protesting for these people?

    Are they just so brain-washed and woudn’t ever change?

    Or…worst case scenario…when they see them start to lose chunk of hair off their own heads in a few years, would they change their mind…

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