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2012

From Fukushima to the World, a message of Sachiko Sato the leader of Fukushima Network

After one year and four months has passed, the "3.11 nuclear disaster" is still ongoing. So many lives of Fukushima residents were completely changed because of the accident. Since radiation is invisible, some people could not admit its danger to their body and some stopped thinking while we alarmed the necessity of evacuation from the contaminated areas. Sadly, these differences in opinions made us apart. Even with the beloved ones, our warnings were not accepted and we became isolated. The only thing we wanted to tell was the impact of radiation to children's body is far more significant although they have no responsibility to the accident.

 

Everyone wishes to bring the ordinary and peaceful days back before the "3.11 accident". But, the day will never arrive as long as the nuclear power plants are running. Besides, if we continue our life styles producing and consuming mass materials in an unreserved manner and spending unlimited electricity as ever, we will face other issues threatening our lives. We are at the point where we need to reconsider the way of living. 
 
I believe Fukushima Daiich Nuclear Power Plant accident left us an important message in order for us to protect the children in the future. “Never repeat the same tragedy again”. Fukushima residents must pass down this message to the future generation. For those who receive this message, please pass it to the people around. I believe small wills of individuals will turn into a big power to change whole world. 

 

Sincerely,

 
Sachiko Sato

Fukushima Network For Saving Children From Radiation 

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Comments: 2
  • #1

    Tanguy Prouvost (Monday, 14 January 2013 20:52)

    Madame,
    I have seen your name, as many others japanese citizen name, on French parlement broadcaster Tv Program (LCP Channel). I'm impressef by your commitment toward children. If I were leaving in Japan, your action would inspired me to stand up, rise and act. From France I wonder what it I may do! Thus I'm writting this "from deep hart comparions" words .
    Thrully yours
    Tanguy prouvost
    +33 6 7695-2115

  • #2

    Sachiko Sato (Wednesday, 30 January 2013 04:18)

    Thank you for seeing me on TV.
    Now, Fukushima is covered by snow. The background radioactive dose goes down when it snows because snow shields radiation. There are so many things we need to do for the children. We will start to do a bit by bit so please keep your eyes on us.

    Sincerely

    Sachiko Sato