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What is happening in Japan is horrible. I have only seen this way before on history books, where they tell us about human sacrifices in old civilisations for their Gods were benevolent with them.

Sending nuclear workers who accept their fate “like a death sentence” to avert a major catastrophe is a horrible thing. It is evidence that one or another must go to the damaged site and it comports to risk their lives for saving the rest of their fellow citizens.

Japanese man doing to hymself a radioactive harakiri

When the nuclear accident in Chernobyl happened, Russian authorities sent to control the damages men who were called “The Liquidators”. Considered as heroes for what they did and with only a certificate and a few dollars as reward.

It is hard to think that you are going to die for saving lives. This determination requires courage and bravery, especially knowing that your life will never be as it was before and all for saving the world of a worst disaster.


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