This is a Struggle of Discourses

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Photo: Angry Goya on flickr via: Ten Thousand Things: May 7, 2011 Okinawa Bitter Gourd Protest: “U.S. government itself is a ‘master of manipulation and extortion’” (日本語の原文は下記に掲載ー合意してないプロジェクトより Original text in Japanese appears in Project Disagree)   The rapist remark made by Satoshi Tanaka, the Chief of Okinawa Defense Bureau, was taken up to be investigated [...]

To Foreign Comrades

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Photo: http://twitpic.com/4ls52c (日本語による原文下部に掲載) Hello to friends in overseas. This is Guru from Osaka. It’s been almost two months since 3/11. While many emotions have mingled at the time of moving forward, I can finally write a letter now. Thanks to Marina and others, their letters greatly empowered me. Right now, I am moving forward while [...]

In the Streets We Become Cattle — Towards a theory of demonstrations

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photo: http://radioactivists.org (日本語による原文下部に掲載) (Translation by Max Black) This is not a mobile freak show. Those cameras and cell phones you’re showing off: what are their cold eyes pointing at? What are they asking? Cross-transmission is what will perceive us. A chindon band begins to call out. The voiceless transmitters, who parade disguising themselves with sexuality [...]

A Direct Appeal

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Editor’s note: “A Direct Appeal” by Committee for De-Nuke Domestic Strike is now deleted from the J-fissures, due to the author’s wish to further develop the grounds for this argument. July 1, 2011 −−−−−−−−−−− 編集者より: 脱原発家庭内ストライキ委員会による「駆け込み訴え」は、この論拠についてさらに発展させる余地があるという作者の希望により、本サイトから削除いたします。 2011年7月1日

A Request from a Japanese Activist

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A Japanese activist Shiro Yabu has sent us a request for foreign comrades: Now what we are in desperate need in Tokyo is concrete data of radioactive contamination. We will have to measure and publicize the radiation of the soil at every park and public spaces where children play. The emission of radiation is uneven [...]

Notes for Strike

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(日本語による原文下部に掲載) The Concept of family is gradually rising on the surface to backup recovery of the nation after the disaster. That is, for serving as a bearer of reproduction of the next generation. It is not only the nation-state that brings up the concept of family, especially the existence of mother. In Being A Lesbian [...]

Manifest for De-Nuke University General Strike

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(日本語による原文下部に掲載) Manifest for De-Nuke University General Strike To all students and faculties — Go for a de-nuke university general strike! A month has passed since the earthquake. It seems as if everyday life has returned. It is said that recovery has been set out in the stricken areas. The worst situation is over; things will [...]

To All the Working People – Call for De-Nuke General strike

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(日本語による原文こちら) I can’t cope OH OH I can’t cope, Anymore …… On behalf of students, informal workers and the status-less of the world, we call for a general strike, an immediate suspension of all labor, demanding immediate termination of all the nuclear power plants and abandonment of all the atomic weaponry productions. If not now, [...]

Call for a New Campaign to Build Refugees’ Commune

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(日本語による原文こちら ) 1. There is no need for much phrasing about the devastating damages and tragedies caused by the earthquake of 3/11, as well as the coming catastrophic situation. At this moment, we, the coalition of self-support groups of homeless and underclass workers in Sanya, the vicinity closest to the stricken areas in the north [...]

Kill No One: Statement On the Fukushima Nuclear Accident

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(日本語による原文下部に掲載 ーフリーター全般労働組合より) “Unexpected Situation” is the phrase repeatedly used to rationalize deaths of tens of thousands of people caused by the recent disaster. This man-made calamity, I repeat, the worst man-made calamity is being rationalized with the single phrase, which still leaves hundreds of thousands individuals exposed to radiation and millions’ livelihoods destroyed. The current state [...]