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[Hito Hitori Futari 38 Translation by Kewl0210]
Title: Life38 Dirty Electricity
[Riyon is Santa.]
Riyon: It's like it's
one giant black ball.
Car: Citizens of Nerima Ward, until the repair work is done,
please take particular caution with all sources of fire.
Riyon: Those Nuclear Power Village guys stopped the supply of electricity
to try ta say to people how much of a pain it is to not have enough electricity.
They want to make them thankful for their electricity.
What is this?
Even the vending machines are out?
Convenience stores aren't open either.
I can't even buy tea.
It's so dark...
Mom: It'd okay. They'll fix it soon.
[Good ol' Tokyo Tower.]
TV: Saturday at approximately 11PM, the lines supplying power from Nerima and Nogata were severed by something.
Itabashi Ward, Nerima Ward, and parts of Nakano Ward have been without power for about three hours.
Guy: Yeah, insane, ain't it?
It's freakin' cold even inside my house.
I was covering myself in five futons.
It was scary.
It was the makkuro kurosukes.
T/N: These are ficticious youkai (demons) from studio Ghibli movies that look like little balls of soot. The name translate to "pitch black assistants".
Woman: In times like this when you don't have it,
you realize how thankful you are for electricity.
Because when you do have it, it seems like it's natural.
Riyon: Old man.
Kasuga: I didn't say that people don't need electricity.
Kasuga: I said that we don't need the "dirty electricity" created by nuclear power.
The threats from the Nuclear Power Village we'll get from now on won't be anything like this.
They may go as far as cutting the power to all of Tokyo.
that is also thanks to this country's land.
Because this earth we live on together exists that people are able to have things like electricity and conveniences.
Kasuga: If Fukushima goes off one more time, Japan will no longer be a place where people can live.
The people don't realize.
They realize it, but they pretend not to see it.
The true danger is right in front of their eyes, but yet
they resign themselves to the idea that "there's no way to get rid of things like nuclear power".
Kasuga: It's not a joke.
Unless we open the people's eyes, this country is done for.
Mamine: Prime Minister,
Just as you directed, I cleaned up the area... around the "man's" person.
Mamine: It was so dirty I didn't want to touch it, but...
Anzai: Good morning,
Anzai: I thought I would be receiving your call.
Kasuga: Were you waiting for it?
That's too bad.
Anzai: If I had received your call, I had something to tell you.
A message from Business Federation President Itsuzuka.
Kasuga: Is that so?
Let's hear it.
Anzai: "You stop nuclear power,"
"you cause a decline in industry."
"And if the unemployment rate increases,"
"no one will be happy."
"This country will be ruined."
Kasuga: Itsuzuka-san is the a "village mayor" class person of the Nuclear Power Village, isn't he?
Then I would like you to relay him a message from the Minister for the Prime Minister of Japan.
Anzai: I understand.
Kasuga: Even if you cut off the power to the hospital my son is hospitalized in,
I will not give in to pressure.
By the way, I have a message for you, as well.
The daughter you had with that Nagoya woman is going into middle school next year, isn't she?
Then you're going to need some personal money, aren't you...?
Paper: Tounan Construction Donations
Kasuga: But I won't dismiss you.
Because your skill is highest there is.
the good work.
Kasuga: Now, then.
The cabinet meeting will not begin.
First, there's something i would like to say.
As preparation for
understanding the circumstances regarding a plan against the nuclear power problem caused by the recent earthquake
as well as the plan for our country's energy
Kasuga: I think I would like to inspect the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant.
Prime Minister, in person?
Riyon: The old man
is making his move.