”Fukushima Nuke Wastewater Release:
Crime Against Humanity”
WE, Citizens of the World, gathered here today in Manila, Philippines, on March 18, 2023 gather in unity and solidarity for the welfare of all Humanity and its future generations, to denounce and protest the release of contaminated, radioactive nuclear wastewater the Government of Japan has announced.
This release of contaminated wastewater must not be allowed to proceed as the oceans and the food chain of the world will be permanently poisoned by 1.3-million tons of Tritium, Carbon-14,Strontium-90, Cobalt-60, Iodine-129, Rutherium-106 and Cesium-137, plus 100-tons daily of contaminated wastewater built up everyday, that harms all, to be release subsequently.
The Japanese government’s decision to dump contaminated water ignores human rights and International Maritime Law. The peoples and nations of the world, from the most populous to the smallest Pacific Islands, are one in opposing the release of this toxic wastewater into the oceans.
We come together today to sign this joint statement which we shall bring to our other counterparts in other nations to join and take common action with.
Dr. Caitlin Stronell
Citizens’ Nuclear Information Center
President, Asian Century Philippines Strategic Studies Institute
Veronica ‘Derek’ Cabe
Nuclear/Coal-Free Bataan Movement
Ka RJ Javellana
President, WARM UFCC United Filipino Consumers and Commuters
Prof. Anna Malindog-Uy
Vice President for External Affairs, Asian Century Philippines Strategic Studies
Wilson Lee Flores
Moderator, Pandesal Forum
Kamuning Bakery Cafe Hybrid “Pandesal Forum”
Judge Jimenez Street corner K-1st Street, Barangay Kamuning, Quezon City
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