Fight for equality
...the real danger is not that much the security of nuclear plants as the remains of the toxic waste buried in the ground.those residual nuclear particles cannot be eliminated and keep being accumulated inside our earth, threatening also the health of future generations.
So, the other night I'm digesting all the news from Japan, about the earthquake and tsunamis, and about how the tsunamis are eventually supposed to reach the US mainland, when I also get the news about Anonymous' upcoming "Black Monday" massive leaks of private Bank Of America emails revealing evidence of mortgage fraud and corruption. At that moment I realized it was time for another parody of a famous work of art...
My illustration of an idea suggested by Annamarie, the situation with the water right now is complexed, but in the future could be extremely hard.
The world has a terrible attention span. Any new event, in this case the devastating earthquake in Japan, immediately makes us forget about all the other things going on in the world. Too bad for the Libyans fighting a bloody struggle against Gaddafi...