“A Cry From The Heart” is what the author needs to share with all of you who care about the future. Wake up! he says, Fukushima is only the tip of the iceberg.
Yogan Baum, no longer a stranger in his adopted country, lived through the catastrophic events of March 11, 2011. The place is Yotsukura, twenty miles from the terminally ruined Dai-ichi nuclear power plant.
Having set the stage in loving detail Yogan relives the traumatic experience of earthquake, tsunami and Fukushima meltdown that shook and shattered his world.
A dense fabric of memories and reflections is woven across steel bars in trying to heal a trauma. Read and learn about how Yogan struggles in the face of the big, fat lie they call “FUKUSHIMA”. A self perpetuating lie spawned by the industrial-political complex and made viable by the complacent media of this beautiful, suffering country that deserves so much better.
Five years after 3/11 Fukushima is a festering wound everybody wants to forget about. People live their lives in the shadow of a ruined dream: Yogan Baum is one of them. He suffers but fights, tries to get down to the truth as he keeps track of the years after THAT DAY.