Towns altered in shadow of Japan nuclear disaster
FUTABA, Japan (AP) — Under a brilliant, cloudless sky, a half-dozen cows and a pony wander freely, batting the flies off their ears and chewing on fresh green sprouts. A pair of friendly Shiba dogs — cautious for just a moment — trot up and wag their tails, expectantly awaiting scraps of food. At the entrance to Main Street is a sign with the town’s motto: “Nuclear Power is the Energy of a Bright Tomorrow.”
But a block down, an old house has collapsed. Its roof sits in the middle of the road like an odd little pagoda.
Someone should be doing something about that.
Someone should be doing something.
It is three o’clock in the afternoon. There should be children laughing as they walk home from school, and young mothers chatting as they savor those last minutes of leisure before their sons and daughters return to be fed snacks and hustled off to after-school judo lessons, or soccer games or dentist’s appointments. There should be shop owners inside the tea houses and inns. There should be old people sitting outside enjoying the warm sunshine.
There should be people, but everyone is gone.
Exodus – but no safe haven exists in this world.
Only Yahweh’s EXODUS will SAVE.
Dictionary: “exodus >noun a mass departure of people,…”
Yahweh is using JAPAN for an example; the LOZ will not let up until Japan is destroyed; what follows it, follows the entire world.