With the recent revelation by the Associated Press that 75% of U.S. nuclear reactors leak radioactive material, and with several reactors along the flooded plains of the Missouri and Mississippi River Basins currently threatened, this speech at a recent European conference opposing nuclear energy makes a timely appeal for a broader coalition of movements to strengthen each. ~Ed.
By Wayne Hall
June 19, 2011 Speech
at Journees d’Etudes
Because I have only a few minutes to say what I have to say I would like to point out that I see the discussion of directed energy weapons as a discussion with the potential to strengthen the anti-nuclear movement generally. Some terrible accusations are being made about the role of directed energy weapons in the disaster that has occurred in Japan and is now irradiating the entire planet. If it turns out that the Fukushima disaster is the result of a deliberate criminal action, this should greatly mobilize both the anti-nuclear movement and society as a whole. Or at least that is my hypothesis. Perhaps some may wish to dispute it. If it turns out merely that criminal actions of this kind have occurred on other recent occasions and could therefore now occur at any moment and anywhere, that, too, is surely something which the anti-nuclear movement should not ignore.