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KPFA GUNS & BUTTER: NUCLEAR APOCALYPSE IN JAPAN

Posted on March 23, 2011 7:37 PM | Permalink | 2 Comments | Printer-Friendly View | Share This Article


Many thanks to Bonnie Faulkner for this interview on Guns & Butter.
Guns and Butter - March 23, 2011 at 1:00pm

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Written by: keith harmon snow

Photography Credits: keith harmon snow

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2 Comments

andi boulange | March 25, 2011 11:19 AM

Hello and Thank you!!!

This was a Wonderful "Award Winning" show. I am so very grateful to you for speaking out on behalf of many.

I know it extremely difficult to get this information out to the general public. It is almost like if you do not go looking/searching for it (as I, and so many others do) you will not find it. The one disheartening thing is, when you go to discuss these very important issues with family and friends you are ridiculed and/or banished. It is funny how those that are in close proximity to us, don't share the same consciousness as us.

I especially liked what you said about speaking-out and whistle-blowers in the Japanese culture. This same phenomenon lives today in every culture. People are silenced into believing, if they don't make-waves they are safe guarding their future & livelihood. But what they fail to realize is they are taking a big part in the fatal outcome. We all have a moral obligation to speak-out. I am aware there is fear, and intimidation involved, but we must move past it and see it for what it is, another tactic to silence us.

So, I thank you once again for your hard work. Believe me, there are us out there that are listening.

By the way, thank you for the comment section on your website. There are some of us whose emails, letters, phone calls don't always reach the intended destination.

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Mike Corbeil | March 29, 2011 10:08 PM

Very good and interesting, but Washington is deaf when it comes to doing what's right and that's our major hurdle that voters, so far, have refused to try to get or pass over. Voters need to wake up.

I think that Keith is right. We have plenty to worry about.

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