2/11の第19回月例集会に結集しよう!/ Anti-Nuclear Monthly Rally

今年再稼動一番手の可能性があるのは伊方原発(愛媛県)です。その四国4県で、⒈月に住民調査が行われました。それによると、60.7%が伊方原発再稼動反対で,全体の86.9%が原発が不安,やや不安と答えています。

http://www.tokyo-np.co.jp/article/feature/nucerror/list/CK2014020202100007.html

この割合は,ほぼ全国的なものではないでしょうか? 過半数の国民は原発に不安を抱き,再稼動に反対しているのです。その国民の声と期待を無視して踏みにじっての再稼動は絶対に許されません! 輸出も許せません! 犠牲者への責任回避も許せません!

集会に出ても何も変わらないと思っては、まちがいです。わたしたちのアクションが回りに眠っている人達を目覚めさせ,より多くの人が福島の現状を知ってついに立ち上がるのです。そして多くのみんなのアクションが原発推進の流れを変えて行くのです。アクションなくしては何も変わりません。

請願法にのっとり毎回請願書を提出していますが、今回はステイーブ.ゼルツアーが安倍首相に手紙を書き領事に手渡します。後半は3ブロック先にあるPG&E(カリフォルニアの最後の原発デイアブロ.キャニオンの経営会社)の建物まで、デモ行進する予定です。回りの人を誘って,参加して下さい!

第19回月例11日原発反対2月集会

時 : 2月11日,火曜日 午後3時から(4時半まで)

場所: サンフランシスコ日本領事館前(50 Fremont Street SF) 集合

BART, Embarcadero駅から歩いて2分

音の出るもの,サイン等持って来てくださーい!

再稼動反対! 原発反対!

継続は力なり

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Petition:

Dear Consulate General and Prime Minister

The No Nukes Action Committee is writing to you today to share our concerns about the very dangerous threat to Japan and humanity continues to see in the meltdown of the Fukushima nuclear plants. Although the Japan government and the US government have said this is under control the facts tell us differently.
Radioactive material continues to escape from the plants and is ending up in ground water and then the Pacifica Ocean.
At the same time your government with the support of the US government has said that you can “overcome” radiation and have raised the levels of radiation allowed by law. This is scientifically faulty.
You can protect from radiation by lead and other material but you cannot overcome the affects of radiation contamination.
Your government has also spent billions of dollars in so called “decontamination” schemes again with the support of the US government. This idea you can decontaminate the housing by washing the roofs down and removing the top soil of schools and other public facilities is totally fallacious. The radioactive contamination with cesium and even plutonium cannot be removed from the forests that cover much of the coast line of Fukushima. The rain carries these dangerous contaminants and every time it rains in Fukushima it is spreading the radioactive material.
At the same time the fact that the Japanese government is now the owner of TEPCO demands that there be an immediate end to the use of contracted out labor. Thousands of nuclear plant workers have been contaminated and as a result of corrupt contractors and subcontractors these workers are not being properly monitored and their health and safety is not protected both by training and for healthcare in the future. The use of contract labor by the Japanese government in Fukushima nuclear plants and clean-up is unacceptable and is a threat to these workers and the public.
The actual situation requires that there be an immediate evacuation of the children and people of the Fukushima area. Many are unable to leave due to their financial situation and the failure of the government to fund such an evacuation. Additionally despite the serious dangers of these nuclear plants the Japanese government continues to export the technology to other countries such as India, Turkey and Vietnam. This will only put these populations are danger as well.
At the same time the government is supporting secrecy laws that make it a crime to even find out about supposed “secrets”. Virtually the entire media of Japan and even the New York Times are against this regressive legislation which could conceivably make it a crime to expose information about radioactive leaks and dangers at other nuclear plants as well as Fukushima.
We call for the repeal of this law which threatens all democratic rights.
The NNA committee calls on the Japanese government to take responsibility for these health and safety hazards and other policies that threaten the people of Japan.

The No Nukes Action Committee

 

Anti-Nuclear Monthly Rally

Tuesday February 11, 2014 3:00 PM
Japanese Consulate
Meet 50 Fremont St. between Market and Mission in San Francisco

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