Saturday, June 29, 2013

Do you know we are all in the #Fukushima “hotspot” ? #NukeFreeCal

[Column] Do you know we are all in the “hotspot” ?:
I don’t want you to misunderstand this, I’m not going to quit updating Fukushima Diary never.
However when I stand in front of the mirror and ask myself, “Is this what you want to do for the rest of your life ?”, I hear someone say, “No, I don’t want to be stuck in it, I want to change the world more drastically like out of the box.”
Fukushima accident was a time altering event. We got to know we can no longer trust the government and mass media.

Now economy is “shrinking” in most of the countries, but I don’t think the entire human activity is stopping. I think the economical activity that can be measured by the traditional means is shrinking but the rest of the part without exchanging cash in traditional way is expanding.

I’ve travelled everywhere. What I’ve seen is money makes them poorer. It’s like training wheels. You can’t go further with them.

The world is trying to evolve. The old world is trying to stop the new one moving forward.

Fukushima Diary, other kinds of “whistle blowing” media and groups are in this “hotspot” between the old world and the new world.
In some countries, money is increasingly flowing into the art sector (investment). In this rapidly changing world, people seek something universal.

There’s one universal thing I can serve. It’s the spirit.
After 311, most of Japanese people got to know they were betrayed, I know. but they “surrendered” for all kinds of the reason. One idiot couldn’t let himself down. He re-calculated 100 times in his mind but still couldn’t think he was wrong. He left Japan and still flying the little flag.

This is I can serve you. If you are in America, it’s in the east. If you are in Australia or Asia, it’s in the west. You can see the little flag flying in Eastern Europe.
Recently some trolls thankfully came back to me. I grinned to know I got some point. They say, I’m selfish and irrational. Psychologically speaking, that’s how they describe themselves.

I donate a certain % of what people donated me. Am I selfish ?

The differences between my current life and my salaryman life are that the harder I try, the more I’m criticized now, and nobody tells me what to do and where to go.

However again, I’m not going to quit this. I’m looking for the chance to be something more influential than merely a blogger.


 
“I’ll be the one to protect you from a will to survive and a voice of reason”
 
-Counting Bodies Like Sheep To The Rhythm Of The War Drums, APC