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Can you see yourself, under a coconut tree
Wanting for nothing, or maybe a cooler breeze
Where all things romantic, in the South Pacific
And the only peace is the spit on a feast, your feast yeah
 
Do you know what makes the ocean glow?
Do you know what makes the ocean glow?
When unwelcome guests, are making nuclear tests
are making nuclear tests, are making nuclear tests,
are making nuclear tests
 
Oh yes, no nukes hah ahhhhhhh
Nuclear mis-energy, nuclear, nuclear, free yo yo yo yo yo
 
Is there nothing at all who can appease your greed?
Could you please leave the air we breath?
Why is it something we've done
You all seem to forget
About nuclear fallout and the long term effects
 
Is there anything gained when you hide the plane?
Anything gained when you hide the plane?
Let me be more specific, get out of the Pacific
Ki te1la2Pacific, get out of the Pacific
Ki te la Pacific
 
Oh yes, no nukes hah ahhhhhhh
Nuclear mis-energy, nuclear, nuclear,
Nuclear free yeah (x9)
 
  • 1. Maori for "From/towards the"
  • 2. possibly the French article
Publié par SilentRebel83 le Sam, 26/04/2014 - 23:06
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Mururoa, was the site of extensive nuclear testing by France between 1966 and 1996, as well as the site of numerous protests by various vessels, including the Rainbow Warrior, later bombed and sunk in Auckland harbour by French saboteurs.

Mururoa was established as a nuclear test site by France in September 1962,

The first nuclear test was conducted in July, 1966. 41 atmospheric nuclear tests were conducted at Mururoa between 1966 and 1974, from barges, from bombers, and from helium filled balloons.

France abandoned nuclear testing in the atmosphere in 1974 and moved testing underground in the midst of intense world pressure. A total of 147 underground nuclear tests were conducted at Mururoa and nearby Fangataufa. Shafts were drilled deep into the volcanic rocks underlying the atolls where nuclear devices were detonated. This practice created much controversy as cracking of the atolls was discovered, resulting in fears that the radioactive material trapped under the atolls would eventually escape and contaminate the surrounding ocean and neighboring atolls.

The test site at Mururoa was dismantled following France's last nuclear test to date, detonated on January 27, 1996, but the atoll is still guarded by the French Forces.

Merci !

 

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