Help this go viral. Japanese town hall meeting gone bad

On the 19th of July 2011, people in Fukushima finally got a meeting with government officals from Tokyo.  Aside from a chance to ask the life-or-death questions burning in their minds, it was a chance to demand that the government evacuate people promptly in Fukushima and provide financial and logistical support for them.

They were met with a callous and transparent kiss-off, before the officials walked out on them en masse.  Here’s a video compiled from several others, which are linked under the video on the YouTube page.

Fukushima Citizens Snubbed by Japanese Government Officials from Tokyo

This is so in-your-face that it paints a terrible (and hence accurate) picture of the GoJ’s seeming apathy toward the plight of ordinary people, read: citizens, voters, parents worried about their children etc.  It is a damning video on a very personal level, easy to relate to by any citizen who has ever gotten the mushroom treatment: kept in the dark and fed, well, you know how that one ends.

Let’s help it go viral.  Post it around. The YouTube link is below the video.

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One thought on “Help this go viral. Japanese town hall meeting gone bad

  • September 1, 2011 at 7:51 am

    which are linked under the video on the YouTube page : what do you mean?
    looks like you watch Piano Briefs lol


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