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Invitation for President Barack Obama to Hiroshima, Nagasaki, H-Bomb Experiment Victims, and Depleted Uranium Bomb Victims...
-- Your Historical Asian Itinerary References --

 Ver 0.9951 November, 2009, little revised May 8, 2016

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     Dear President Barack Obama,

     My name is Tamaki Hosoe, Physical Therapist, son of sericulture teacher and poor villager, grandson of peasant and wooden roof carpenter, staying in greater Boston from this year preparing for graduate school, and has appreciated this great timing right after your inauguration. In this first year of historical Obama Administration right during a change of campaign also in Japan and after, I wish to invite you to historical Japan at this moment. Not only Hiroshima, Nagasaki, Daigo Fukuryumaru H-Bomb experiment victims, Middle East depletd uranium bomb victims, I will show you some other resources from the view point of a concerned citizen.

     According to Chinese classics, leaders have to hear innocent and voiceless voices like that of Iraqi or Afghan orphans who suffer from leukemia caused by Depleted Uranium Bombs in the wars there. Radiation victim and survivor's legacies now have become a symbol of anti-nuclear and peace movement to young and old, domestic to inter-cultural. No American presidents have ever visited to Hiroshima or Nagasaki despite both locals and nationals invite and many international leaders including Fidel Castro did, so you will agree to be the first President, won't you? Your presidency itself being, you are making a new history, so here are your Asian historical itinerary references:

  1. Hiroshima

    A-Bomb Dome

    Ex-soldier and a friend who had lived in China

    Physics student from UK at Hiroshima Station

    Hiroshima Peace Site

    Atomic Bomb Museum

    Nuclear Age Peace Foundation    Nuclear Files   Nuclear Zero

    Nuclear Weapons and the Human Future

    (Courtesy of Nuclear Age Peace Foundation)


         You can also download high-quality copies of the full version (20 minutes) and the condensed version (9 minutes) thanks to www.archive.org.

    Sadako Peace Garden, Santa Barbara, CA

    2. Nagasaki

    Nagasaki City Peace & Atomic Bomb

    3.  H-Bomb experiment victims, Bikini Atoll, 3/1/1954

         Metropolitan Daigo Fukuryu Maru Exhibition Hall 都立第五福竜丸展示館, 2 Chome-1-1 Yumenoshima Kōtō-ku, Tōkyō-to 136-0081 Japan


    Aikichi Kuboyama, radio-man, the first victim of H-bomb experiments, died 9/23/1954.

    Daigo Fukuryu Maru Wikipedia

    4. Himeyuri no To (Tower of Lilies,) monument to the girls corps, Okinawa

    Â Himeyuri no Tô (movie)



    5. Afghanistan and Iraq has more and more radiation victims such as leukemia or birth defects by Depleted Uranium Bombs developed by the U.S. Administrations.

    depleted uranium Afghanistan search

    depleted uranium Fallujah search

    Depleted Uranium Fallujah youtube search

    6.    Nanjing Massacre

    7.    Korea Reconciliation issues: Who is the trouble historically?

    8.    Japan Center for Asian Historical Records


The Constitution of Japan

We, the Japanese people, acting through our duly elected representatives in the National Diet, determined that we shall secure for ourselves and our posterity the fruits of peaceful cooperation with all nations and the blessings of liberty throughout this land, and resolved that never again shall we be visited with the horrors of war through the action of government, do proclaim that sovereign power resides with the people and do firmly establish this Constitution. Government is a sacred trust of the people, the authority for which is derived from the people, the powers of which are exercised by the representatives of the people, and the benefits of which are enjoyed by the people. This is a universal principle of mankind upon which this Constitution is founded. We reject and revoke all constitutions, laws, ordinances, and rescripts in conflict herewith. We, the Japanese people, desire peace for all time and are deeply conscious of the high ideals controlling human relationship, and we have determined to preserve our security and existence, trusting in the justice and faith of the peace-loving peoples of the world. We desire to occupy an honored place in an international society striving for the preservation of peace, and the banishment of tyranny and slavery, oppression and intolerance for all time from the earth. We recognize that all peoples of the world have the right to live in peace, free from fear and want. We believe that no nation is responsible to itself alone, but that laws of political morality are universal; and that obedience to such laws is incumbent upon all nations who would sustain their own sovereignty and justify their sovereign relationship with other nations. We, the Japanese people, pledge our national honor to accomplish these high ideals and purposes with all our resources.
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