In Her Majesty’s Shoes?

Imagine how many people have envy her majesty since she is the Empress of Japan.

I proudly present you Empress Michiko, spouse of Emperor Akihito!

I wonder how many would like to be in her shoes NOW… Now that Japan is facing the biggest biblical catastrophy of the last decades.

I quote from Telegraph:

Akihito’s nuclear-crisis speech has a grim historical precedent. In 1945, it fell to his father, Hirohito, to announce to Japan’s people its surrender to the allies. He attributed the surrender, among other things, to “a new and most cruel bomb, the power of which to do damage is, indeed, incalculable, taking the toll of many innocent lives.”

The Emperor was referring to the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, which killed up to 246,000 people, the dawn of the nuclear age.”

And Japan once again is facing the nuclear threat, but from it’s own choices this time…

3 thoughts on “In Her Majesty’s Shoes?

  1. Professor of Climate Energy and Environment at Chiba University of Commerce in Japan. specialist in nuclear waste at the nuclear watchdog Last year he was in Japan assessing the state of its nuclear facilities……

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