Tuesday, November 15, 2011

“We can’t leave our children in the sea of flames” A three day sit-in of anger

On October 27, Fukushima Women against Nukes" started a sit-in in front of the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (MITI). About 700 people gathered from Fukushima and nation-wide, with great enthusiasm. Participants wore buttons and held placards voicing their messages. SATO Sachiko made a strong appeal at the opening rally. “We, women in the Tohoku region, have kept and restrained our anger for seven months. And now we will take action and start a three day sit-in. Our children have been left in the sea of flames. As women and as mothers, we cannot allow this situation to continue. We owe it to our children to defend their future. We will sit-in with this conviction in our hearts and spread our voices all over Japan and the world. Let’s take the first step here towards regaining true happiness.” At 11 a.m., a delegation of 30 people met with the Ministry’s officials and urged them to terminate the nuclear power energy policy. 107 women from Fukushima are expected to participate in the sit-in. (By Rankiryu) PhotoVideo: Ustream
Blog: Fukushima Women against Nukes


10日27日、経産省前で「原発いらない福島の女たち~100人の座り込み」がはじまった。福島からそして全国から約700人が集まり、大変な盛り上がりとなった。参加者は、バッチやプラカードなど一人ひとりが思いをこめたグッズを身に着けていた。開会集会で佐藤幸子さん(写真)は、「東北の女たちは7ヶ月間沸々と胸の内に怒りを秘めてきた。そしていま3日間の座りこみとして行動を起こす。子どもたちは7ヶ月も炎の海の中に放置されてきた。母親として女として、命を未来につなげていく母性が許しません。この思いをこめて座りこみ、日本全国そして世界に輪を拡げ、本当の幸せを取り戻す第一歩にしたい」と力強く語った。午前11時からは、30名の代表が経産省担当官と直接交渉を行い、原発政策の廃止を強く訴えた。福島からは3日間で107名の女たちが参加する予定だ。(M) 写真速報 ・経産省交渉(ユースト録画/1時間) ・「原発いらない福島の女たち」ブログ ・(乱鬼龍)

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