Editorial: All Power toward Decomposing the Global Nuclear Regime — in the Year 2012

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The action to blockade CASTOR in Volognes that took place November 23rd ~ 24th 2011 was a significant development, although it did not succeed in stopping the transportation of radioactive material back to Germany after having been processed in France. As we heard, it involved anti-capitalist groups of an anti-authoritarian vein, and as such announced [...]

Editorial 9/24/2011

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We have had an important week. A delegation from Japan held a meeting at the American Friends Center in New York, on September 22, 2011. Speakers included Sachiko Sato, Aileen Mioko Smith, Kaori Izumi and Yukiko Anzai; the four women activists from Fukushima Hokkaido and Kyoto made their way to NYC to make appeals to [...]

Emergency Statement Against Arrests at 9/11 Demonstration

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<Jfissures.org> strongly protests the Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department for its arrest of the demonstrators during the anti-nuke demonstration of 9/11. This conduct is totally unlawful, unjustifiable and criminal. At the same time, we send our voice of solidarity and support for our comrades fighting in their jail cells, from across the Pacific Ocean. Now we [...]

Editorial 8/15/2011

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(日本語訳下記に掲載) It was a week after 3/11 that <jfissures.org> was created. Since then we have been publishing critical writings in Japanese-English bilingual format, as a convergence point of discourses from within and without Japan, all tackling the unprecedented situation that the human society is now confronting. For now the radiation scattering is being experienced mainly [...]

Repose 5/9-5/17

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J-fissures will be taking a short break. Please check back around May 17th. Thank you for reading. J-fissures Editorial

Editorial

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3/30/11 What Japan’s calamity, most of all, the agony of the people embodies has less to do with the nationality than the entire capitalist regime that seems to persist in relying on atomic energy. The question here is: if green capitalism, a better capitalism is possible by ousting nuclear power plants; or today’s global capitalism [...]

A Letter to Comrades

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At the moment in Japan, the government is trying to make the situation look as normal as possible, by veiling crucial information on the degree of radiation and the calamitous condition of the reactors. This menacing situation notwithstanding, it does not show any intension to terminate its pro-nuclear power policy. In accordance with the benefit [...]

Statement

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Japan — Visionary Taking into consideration the unprecedented situation in Japan, we find it necessary to establish a place for exchanging critical voices from there and elsewhere, to find a way out of the dystopian cul-de-sac, and create a path to undo and reorient the course of the world whose worst [...]