On 23 to 25 August, at a camp near the Tregele and Cemaes, the location of
WYLFA power station, guests from Japan, who have lived through the
Fukushima disaster, will warn the people of North Wales and the pro-nuclear
authorities not to go ahead with the planned huge 3 GigaBite reactor WYLFA
B. There are countless unknowns that can lead to a nuclear catastrophe and
any safety is a completely unrealistic idea in connection with any nuclear
devices . Speakers from the campaign against Hinkley point, the nuclear
powerstation in Sumerset, and representatives from Greenpeace and Friends
of the Earth will inform us about their progress.
The existing power station at Wylfa has been shut down many times because
of faults and leaks of radiation into the environment and such events have
always been kept quiet. As there is nowhere to put the waste, the coast of
Anglesey and every other nuclear site is prone to be irradiated over time,
even if there is no official reported accident.
The former Japanese Prime Minister, Mr Naoto Kan, has visited Wylfa in
February of this year and has appealed to the authorities: ‘Don’t go ahead
with it!’ The event at the camp will be the official twinning of the
people of Fukushima and those of Anglesey to strengthen the movements
against the destructive nuclear power, which have been developed to feed
the weapons, which have been dropped on the people of Japan and are still
developed to destroy the world many times over.
Please stand with us in solidarity to rid the world of the nuclear madness!