Tokyo Brown Tabby's latest translation/captioning project, in which Tabby translated three lines (getting lazy, eh?):
If radiation was visible, if radiation was red dots, this is how it would really look like.
This movie was played at the event on peace and radiation held at a high-school in Harlem, NY, on December 2, 2011.
For the overview of this event, please go to: http://youtu.be/OzPRAZcRTec
Drawings by Misato Yugi.
Misato Yugi's blog: http://www.mikanblog.com/
original video: http://youtu.be/A5zVWSy-RGk
Misato Yugi is a super-hyper-positive artist whose "red dot" radiation drawings have become widely known in post-Fukushima Japan.
But the video is rather disturbing. I stopped when a small child is made to sit in front of the heap of red dots, and a fork and a knife materialize in her hands, with black figures towering over her. Just like Koriyama City schools and elsewhere, force-feeding children with food as long as the radioactive material density is below the provisional safety standard.