Ongoing Nuclear Disaster at Fukushima: Time for Accountability

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Journalist, author, activist and historian Harvey Wasserman has been reporting on, and participating in, the nuclear free movement for decades.

In that time, by his judgment, only one other event matches the danger to the world posed by the Cuban Missile Crisis. That event is the ongoing nuclear disaster at Fukushima.

Haven’t heard about it in the corporate media? That’s because the deadly and dying global nuclear industry and its allies don’t want you to know.

That’s why he has organized a petition drive to the UN advocating international expert oversight of, and participation in, management of the Fukushima crisis.

In this interview, he explains why we must all be involved in this world-historical challenge to human and planetary survival.

Sign the petition here:
http://petitions.moveon.org/sign/the-world-community-must

[Video Recording: Morgan Peterson and Herb Peterson in Los Angeles, California;
Interview & Editing: Mary Beth Brangan and Jim Heddle in Northern California.]


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Articles by: Harvey Wasserman

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