The outrage against nuclear power is totally under-reported. Naturally. Who in the corporate media would want to fight corporate interests in a corporately controlled world?
The amazing video below is the soul of conscious Japan revealed and well worth the full watch. It's extremely powerful, lucid, comprehensive, consciously aware and emotionally moving. All the right stuff.
This is activism at its most profound. Using your musical talent as a springboard for spreading social and conscious awareness and giving guerilla-type public awareness performances is absolutely brilliant. Just wonderful. We need more of this.
Where are the big names? Cowering for ratings and protection? Forget them. This is a consciousness issue and they're apparently compromised. We don't need them anyway. We need responsive souls, that's all. Souls like you. Join us. The awakening continues. Do your part.
Frying Dutchman, a Kyoto-based band virtually unknown a year ago, is behind what has perhaps become the anthem of the post-Fukushima youth movement. The song "humanERROR," a poetic rant which, if nothing else, clearly articulates the narrative embraced by many Japanese, has become an internet sensation over the past three months.
Organizers, concerned that people might not know how to articulate their protest on the one year anniversary of 3.11, began a campaign to get 100,000 people to play "humanERROR" on sound systems across Japan - the louder and more public the better, they explained. Sixty-seven thousand registered.
Enjoy. It's the heartcry of humanity. Respond to it. Please, don't just watch. It's time to act.
To read the transcript, go to: http://beforeitsnews.com/story/1927/859/The_Rage_Against_Radiation.html