[Ohi] On a rainy day

[Ohi] On a rainy day

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Young generation are always sent to the front line whether it’s police or army.

But this is the fight against nuclear. so we must protect them from black rain.

 

 

 

 

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We found police crying. I asked one of the riot police officers if he’s actually against the restart of nuclear plant, he turned to me and slightly nodded to bear up in tragedy. There were numbers of times when I couldn’t stop my tears.

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My daughter suddenly and quietly told me, “Though we don’t even have  right to vote, my generation is going to have to settle the nuclear accudent, isn’t it ?” “I want to ask how the pro-nuke old generation can restart the nuclear plant.”

I really feel sorry for them. To stop it in our parental generation, we keep on fighting.

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[Ohi] On a rainy day 2

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Occupy Ohi nuclear plant. Photo taken by FMK. The moment of pre-emption. Shouting “Stop the nuclear plant.”

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Though they were still chanting “No restart”, protests collected garbages which were given by the supporters. Power companies scatter around the nuclear waste in case of an accident and it lasts for tens of thousand years, take no responsibility and can not even decontaminate, but we clean where we made occupied. This is common sense.

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↓ She was eliminated by police but came back and tied herself with a chain.

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