Pikachu protests the continuing Fukushima nuclear fcukup in central London

As you can see in the photo below, even Pikachu (L) as well as Shinto’s trickster fox spirit, Kitsune/ (R), are protesting the continuing Fukushima nuclear fcukup in central London.

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London Evening Standard | 15 March 2014
Dozens of people protested in central London against nuclear power today following the third anniversary of the Fukushima disaster in Japan protesters gathered at Hyde Park Corner before marching past the Japanese Embassy and one of the buildings housing the Tokyo Electric Companymore

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5 thoughts on “Pikachu protests the continuing Fukushima nuclear fcukup in central London”

  1. London Evening Standard …
    … protesters gathered at Hyde Park Corner before marching past the Japanese Embassy and one of the buildings housing the Tokyo Electric Company

    Why does TEPCO need an office in London? :?

  2. Why does TEPCO need an office in London? :?

    Maybe they need an office in London for Internationalization and PR…

  3. Maybe they need an office in London for Internationalization and PR…

    Now you are just being facetious. Everyone knows that only Japanese have the capability to understand the nuance (← good Japanese word, there) of Japanese language and convert it to the infinitely less finely coloured foreign languages, and PR in a Japanese environment only requires issuing statements, not receiving enquiries.

    Access to loans and credit sources would be my guess, having someone there to wine and dine wbankers.

    I see they also buy shitbiomass, among other things, via offices in Washington and London.

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