Why should sharing the following information be seen and described by nuclear
advocates and government as an act of extremism, when in fact it is an act of
merely the sharing the experience of ordinary people?
In the fifties, authorities labelled protesters and nuclear veterans seeking
justice as “Communist”. These days they just fling terms of abuse.
To share information across national boundaries is a fundamental right.
Who in Australia would be happy with scenes like these?
Yea, apart from those two?
If Abbott said “OK, from today smoking is compulsory, from birth to death, let’s increase
the churn.” it would be more honest than the government response to the above information.