Fukushima petition

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  1. lotusmoon

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    I have started an Avaas petition on Fukushima if you feel to please sign it and send it on to your contacts.

    The link is - <SNIP>

    The text is-

    to - Ban Ki-moon - Secretary-General of the United Nations: Create a global team of heroes to clean up the Fukushima Power Station

    Since 11 March 2011 the stricken power station at Fukushima has been pouring radio active pollution into the sea and atmosphere. This is a global disaster and needs a global response.
    We are asking all world leaders to give scientists and funds to create a team of heroes to clean up the situation.
    Campaigns like this always start small. If you feel to help please sign this petition and pass it on to your friends and contacts.
    Recent article -
    http://www.globalresearch.ca/fukushima-meltdowns-a-global-conspiracy-of-denial/5363827
     
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  2. PackratKing

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    I will certainly do so...

    On the same side of the coin, the rest of the civilized world, should simply go into Japan, and say " stand aside, we are going to address your inability to rectify your mess."
    Sovereign country or no... they have no right to be so lackadaisy about the issue.
     
  3. Georacer

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    ...aaaaand this is why we debated about whether we should let this thread stay up or not.

    Maybe the only implications it can have are the political ones and we can't have that in AAC.

    For now, keep in mind that no one is in a position to question the sovereignty of a country nor its level of civility, at least within AAC.

    Keep this thread short and to the point, or it will likely be closed.
     
  4. MrChips

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    This is a highly sensitive subject. Governments in many places across the globe are caught between a rock and hard place. How do you publicly tackle what could possibly be the greatest threat to humanity and all living creatures without pushing the panic button?

    As far as this thread on AAC is concerned, thread lightly otherwise the thread will be closed.
     
  5. PackratKing

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    I am not trying to be political, or pop any panic buttons here, just stating simple fact...

    Close it if you need to, point being the global scope of the Fukushima debacle goes far beyond sovereignty or civility...

    Placing the entire pacific food source in jeopardy, is unacceptable on any level...

    Japan obviously doesn't have a clue how to rectify the problem...
     
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  6. MrChips

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  7. Georacer

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    You are getting very political for not trying.

    It is a political issue when you want to categorize global emergencies, because it requires balancing and evaluation of powers, agendas and needs.

    Thread closed.
     
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