posted on Mar, 15 2011 @ 11:04 AM
Considering the ramifications of the on going disaster in Japan, why hasn't there been any calls to evacuate non-essential people from the island?
Why are other countries not opening their doors to these people and working to get them out of there?
Japan is just a title. It is in all actuality, just an island occupied by people. They are not "Japanese" they are people. The offer should be made to
get as many out as are willing to leave. This nuclear disaster is only going to grow and the damage done is just beginning. Get the people out before
it is too late.
Of course, many will not wish to go. They will not want to leave behind their country, their culture, their wealth (if they have any left), and their
family. These things are illusions and some will see past them. Get the people out who wish to leave.
Those who wish to save their lives will lose them
Are we mad keeping people trapped on a doomed island?
Has there been any calls for a mass exodus?
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edit on 15-3-2011 by IAMIAM because: (no reason given)