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MR.M.A.MOTAWALLA, BSc [OPEN].
Wed, 16 Jul 2014 11:11 EDT
EARTHQUAKE 12 07 2014.
JAPAN EARTHQUAKE [12TH JULY, 2014].

I was sorry to read the news on new earthquake activities recorded in Japan on Saturday 12th July, 2014. Although, there was a warning given on Tsunami, but luckily there was no Tsunami at the time.

Earthquake in March, 2011 had created devastating effect on Japan. It was the largest one Japan had with a 9.0 magnitude. The recent one on Saturday was recorded by JMA to be 6.8 magnitude, but the US Geological Survey calculated it to be of 6.5 magnitude.

The pictured published had showed some destruction in Japan, but the media covered no real calamities.

The nuclear plants in Japan had been put offline for some years since 2011 earthquake and tsunami. However, recently the Watchdogs monitoring feel satisfied about opening two nuclear reactors. Some good news for Japan.

I hope that progress and safety installation will continue to protect industries in Japan and rest of the world with these natural disasters which are common today.

Thank you.

FROM: MR. M.A.MOTAWALLA, BSc [OPEN],
MY NI: YY898531B.
16TH JULY, 2014.
Rory
Fri, 31 Jan 2014 15:09 EST
Dolphin Slaughter
Hello. I am shocked at recently witnessing the barbaric killing of beautiful, friendly, intelligent dolphins in Japan. I consider it a great shame on your nation that this cruelty has been allowed to persist and ask you to use your influence to halt these murderous acts that have been since witnessed on news channels all over the world.
Diarmuid Collins
Thu, 30 Jan 2014 03:59 EST
Taiji Dolphin & Whale babaric Slaughter
I am quite shocked at this barbaric act of slaughtering such a beautiful and intelligent animal. I certainly won't be supporting any industry that would stem from this and will continue to voice my concerns through public media. Japan is a great majestic country ... this is not the type of PR you want. Such acts hold no place in this day in age.
Grace
Tue, 28 Jan 2014 03:28 EST
Taiji Dolphin & Whale babaric Slaughter
Hi there
I wish to express my disgust at the slaughter of the dolphins in Taiji, this is a barbaric exercise, my heart bleeds for those beautiful intelligent mammels that are mans best friend and a beauty to behold. Please place a ban on this awful slaughter, Dolphins are a very special fish that enhance our world and should be treated with respect and love. The Japanise people are displaying to the world that they are barbaric and heartless people, not caring for our environment or the species that share our planet.
Frank
Sat, 21 Dec 2013 07:26 EST
Taiji Dolphin & Whale babaric Slaughter
Hi,
I wish to voice my concerns about the annual dolphin slaughter taking place now in Taiji. This is a terrible act upon these intelligent creatures and must stop. The scenes that take place there everyday are completely sickening and disgusting to watch. These so called fishermen terrorise these animals with sound into Taiji cove and brutally murder families of dolphin for food and human entertainment in sea parks. The screams and thrashing from these dolphin can be heard amongst the laughter and joking from these killers. Is this what you want the world to see from Japan? Is this acceptable?
By allowing this to continue you country has no compassion and no honour in my eyes. I will never visit your country and will boycott all products from your country as long as this slaughter continues.
The entire world helped your country in your time of need after the Tsunami.
Shame on you and your country!
Please stop this cruel slaughter.
saundra tiedt
Sat, 14 Dec 2013 19:34 EST
i have just watched the killing of a family of dolphins in your country i am so upset at the slaughter in the cove of these beautiful animals i had a great respect for your country my nana worked as a cleaner for your embassy many years ago and was treated very well if you know this is going on is there anything you can do to stop this slaughter
Betty Mc Adam
Sat, 19 Mar 2011 15:46 EDT
My family would like to express our deepest sympathy to your country, you are in our thoughts and prayers
John Watkins
Fri, 18 Mar 2011 09:25 EDT
Please accept our deepest condolences at this time of great human loss and suffering. Our thoughts and prayers are with the Japanese people in this, their hour of greatest need. Thank you to the people of Yamagata for helping the refugees but please deliver more food!
Marie Flynn
Thu, 17 Mar 2011 12:32 EDT
Flynn Family
Sincere Condolences, our hearts are all with the Japanese People at this very difficult time,
Carol Greene
Wed, 16 Mar 2011 18:21 EDT
Prayer and Hope
My thoughts and prayers are with your people as this time of great human loss and overwhelming devastation. This hugh pain makes us realise how much life means to us, and how much people mean to us.
Have courage, truth and hope for a better future.

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