Original text from Blog of Koichi Oyama in Minamisoma City 02.07.2012 http://mak55.exblog.jp/16213987/
What we need to abandon nuclear power generation is the awakenings of the people.
That's only what is necessary.
We only have to express the truth.
Now I understand well that media is useless for achieving denuclearization and a society without inequality, and also for sticking the knife into vested interests to get rid of them.
The first goal is denuclearization!
TEPCO should be folded up, however, they are protected by their friends: Government, business world, industrial world, media, researchers, juries, politicians..
Everyone can see this absurd system.
Our awakenings will get rid of it, and it will perish sooner or later.
All through the history, human resisted during a transition period.
If you are aware, and if everyone is aware, change is certain to come.
For example, let's talk about kingship or aristocracy.
You might think they only existed in a past, but they still exist today to create an unequal society.
It is well known that we are not paid equally, nor assured equally.
The world hasn't got out yet from the late modern period.
Central government officials' attitudes towards the prefectural officials, the prefectural officials' attitudes towards the city officials, and the income difference between the town officials' or village officials' and the people are the good examples of contemporary status system.
The officials are well protected even when the people are suffering from depression.
Is electricity sufficient?
Due to the interference of the politicians and policy secretary, academic researchers have no freedom to discuss the matter.
This proves that Japan is not able to take democratic policies.
I express my total disappointment and disapproval of Japanese central government for their disfunction that makes them not learn, regret either figure out the future tasks after the nuclear accident in Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Accident.I think the existing politic system should cease to exist, and wish that a change to come to the government.
Courtesy : Koichi Oyama