... A false chimney nuclear power plant explosion, bodies crushed by radioactivity ... La démonstration n'est pas passée inaperçue. François VIGNOLA The demonstration has not gone unnoticed.
An explosion. White smoke comes out of a stack of nuclear cardboard. A siren sounds. In the next second, forty people gather on the ground, struck down by the radioactivity. "Died from cancer of the thyroid," reads the foot of a lady. Another quick to chalk circle to the inert bodies. Men in white jumpsuits siglée "radioactive" gas mask and skull, running in all directions, haranguing passers-by.
This performance was repeated several times across the Place Massena, yesterday afternoon, almost twenty-four years after the Chernobyl nuclear disaster, which occurred April 26, 1986. At the staging of "Chernobyl Day", the local group Greenpeace, supported by a series of environmental organizations and antinuclear Nice.
"We wanted to commemorate the Chernobyl disaster, to honor the victims and at the same time, educate the public about the dangers of nuclear shock the minds," says Nadine Bruzzese, a Greenpeace activist Nice. We are now witnessing a promotion endless nuclear energy. However, it is not without risk, we must know. » "
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