San Onofre, Bechtel Beach, the OC by wikipedia
San Onofre nuclear experimentation with a view, owned by Bechtel.
California is a beautiful place. There really is no place like it. There are the primal, serene beaches, the rolling valleys and towering mountains all within a couple hours drive. The elements of California, not only make it a beautiful place to be, but an ecologically and agriculturally rich region. California is beautiful and not simply because of it diverse environment, but also for its politics. Not necessarily that there are a bunch of proverbial free thinkers, though that is nice. California politics is beautiful because law allows people to gather signatures of endorsement and to make law be voted on. If the California nuclear initiative is passed all Californians will have the opportunity to vote on whether or not nuclear power plants on the pristine California beaches should be shut down until they can find a place to put the used fuel, which is alarmingly radioactive considering the term "used.' In Fukushima the storage pools for used nuclear material was on site and much on top of the reactors where the explosions took place resulting in the worst nuclear disaster and biggest single release of radioactive debris and particulate ever.
The California nuclear initiative is a preventative act against the likelihood of accident or inevitability of catastrophe of one magnitude or another. California is a beautiful place and allows for the preservation of that beauty. Please, if you are in California or know someone in California distribute this among your Californian friends, for in their hands is the power to promote or prohibit nuclear power. This is what government does and the people should direct what government promotes and prohibits, not the other way to.
And let this be a
lesson to people who would stand up against destructive powers like nuclear power, a message to
those freethinkers in the streets in California or otherwise; one needs a uniform declaration. No nukes is the declaration on this petition. No nukes.
If I were in the position to be making declarations further I would
declare prohibition of nuclear pollution and promotion of hemp and marijuana cultivation,
not the other way to. No nukes. I beg you to contribute in distributing,
printing, signing and mailing this petition back to address of collection.
Make a declaration, no nukes. Links