A very short message from me
Posted by Mochizuki on June 12th, 2012
This is not news.
I thought I wouldn’t lose anything to tell it to everyone.
Today I had a major pain in the middle-left side of my chest. I hope it was nothing serious but it was the same place as last year before evacuation.
It wasn’t the pectoral muscle. The pulse was 73 per minute, a little faster than usual but still in the normal range.
Unlike normal pain in your arm or leg, pain in your chest doesn’t let you escape. and the more you worry, the worse it gets.
It felt like someone was picking my heart. Don’t even want to recall it.
More and more people are dying in Chiba or Tokyo. It’s easy to think it won’t happen to me, but I don’t want to be too late.
I mean, Fukushima Diary is against media blackout. but that’s only for the Fukushima battle line.
Media blackout is everywhere. Media is almost only to conceal the world from you.
so I expect everyone to fight against media blackout on your own battle line.
Battle line is everywhere, and you can fight with a little bit of bravery and passion.
Don’t let them dominate the information. Enlighten the people and help them make the better choice.
Let the soldiers know how stupid they are.
Truth doesn’t belong to anyone.
Break the “reality” in the screen.
Settlement report 6/13/2012
Posted by Mochizuki on June 13th, 2012
In a couple of hours, I will fly to North America. I must get out of Europe now. It’s sad but am excited to see the world too. can’t wait for my chronicle to catch up with my evacuation life.
I’ll be occupied so I might not be able to update so much tomorrow. Please pray for me, I don’t want to be rejected at the custom office at the airport though I am legally ok totally.
About the last short message, I’m surprised to see a lot of the feedback. I appreciate so much but the focus was not my chest. It was about your heart. I wanted to focus on the importance to fight against media blackout because you can.
See you from the other side of the world..