Friday December 6, 2013
Stop India-Japan Nuclear AgreementLetter by William Gomes Salem-News.com
Japan recently experienced the Fukushima nuclear disaster that proved once again that nuclear power plants are deadly.
(YORK, UK) - India and Japan have a chance to learn from history, very recent history, and abandon plans for further nuclear development under the India-Japan Nuclear Agreement
India has experienced a tremendous backlash from its use of nuclear power plants that are frequently the subject of intense political activism. Police enter the protest areas and beat men and women and even children ruthlessly, in stark violation of international and moral law.
Japan recently experienced the Fukushima nuclear disaster that proved once again that nuclear power plants are deadly, the population in Fukushima continues to experience cancer-causing radiation and the lackluster response from its own government, along with the complicit media which plays the disaster in this relatively small island nation down, at the expense of the health of the people there and their children.
And now they want to broaden this practice?
Our Human Rights Ambassador William Nicholas Gomes, goes over the myriad reasons this is a bad idea in every possible respect.
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Salem-News.com Human Rights Ambassador William Nicholas Gomes is a Bangladeshi journalist, human rights activist and author was born on 25 December, 1985 in Dhaka. As an investigative journalist he wrote widely for leading European and Asian media outlets.
He is also active in advocating for free and independent media and journalists’ rights, and is part of the free media movement, Global Independent Media Center – an activist media network for the creation of radical, accurate, and passionate telling of the truth. He worked for Italian news agency Asianews.it from year 2009 to 2011, on that time he was accredited as a free lance journalist by the press information department of Bangladesh. During this time he has reported a notable numbers of reports for the news agency which were translated into Chinese and Italian and quoted by notable number of new outlets all over the world.He, ideologically, identifies himself deeply attached with anarchism. His political views are often characterized as “leftist” or “left-wing,” and he has described himself as an individualist anarchist.
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