Headline September 06, 2017/ ''' *SUMITERU* TANIGUCHI'S* SUFFERINGS '''



*FOR THE WORLD THE DOOMSDAY CLOCK* -ticks away...... *For the Rohingyas Muslims* the dooms day clicks away - in slow motion, and has now set into a rotary swirling motion. 

The Doomsday Clock today shows two and half minutes to midnight. And the countdown continues. The world *sees-saws on tenter hooks*...........

IN THE WORLD'S HORRIBLY RISKY Nuclear buildup, whence it's not just North Korea. Washington's plans to upgrade it's nuclear arsenal are also contributing to global instability.

American nuclear advances threatens to start a new arms race and change the very logic of..... *mutually assured destruction*,....... which has undergirded nuclear stability since the 1950s.

*The World Students Society hopes, wishes that President Kim understands that when President Trump threatens to unleash ''fire & fury like the world has never seen,'' he is actually able to do so*.

Therefore, Soon, very soon, Russia and China will follow suit, and then it would be India and Pakistan's turn to play some kind of catch-up..........................

YOU AND YEE ALL : The knowledgeable, aware, fair, and brave students of the world-

And I repeat all that, all of the above, once again, in your honor and to delight you all : You, the Great Students of the world, do try your efforts at understanding, that the role of- *The World Students Society* is to state and suggest before you all, that 

!WOW! is absolutely indispensable to a peaceful, prosperous and a secure world. It's with your coming together, your respect for the laws, liberties, sensitivities, sensibilities, and for every human right-

And more importantly with- Your *examples and actions* that the world could find its *voice and a great future and heading to steer to* for the future and for the generations to come.

*The World Students Society, will endeavor to create every ladder for your hard work, merit, devotion and all round success in your respective lives. 

On the World Students Society only Great Things will be attempted and only and only, Great Things Done without fear or favor*.

*Good luck and May Almighty God crown our efforts with every success! Godspeed*.
Then as !WOW! plans to go through Global Elections sometimes next year, under the complete authority and auspices of the great students of America. 

In the meantime, and in the interim, !WOW! prepares to raise its voice for the abolition of *All and Every Nuclear Weapon in the World*. After Hiroshima and Nagasaki never, never, ever again.............

''Kill me, kill me!'' Sumiteru Taniguchi's would scream at the nurse in utter agony and pain.............

He spent a total of more than three half years in the hospital after the bombing. In pain and misery like no human has ever known or will ever know.

In 1946, United States forces filmed his treatment. The footage was shared across the world, and Mr. Taniguchi became known as ''the boy with a red back.''

When giving speeches calling for the abolition of nuclear weapons, he would sometimes show pictures of his burns to illustrate the horrible suffering that resulted from the bombings.

A decade after the war, when Mr. Taniguchi had learned to sit up, stand and walk again, he joined a youth group for survivors and began working as an activist.

He spoke at memorial ceremonies in Hiroshima and Nagasaki and took part in antinuclear marches in New York. He continued to speak out until close to death, travelling last year to Malaysia a speech against nuclear proliferation.
Mr. Taniguchi was born on Jan. 26, 1929, in Fukuoka, on the southern island of Kyushu. According to The Nagasaki Shimbun, a local newspaper, his mother died when he was just 18 months old and his father, a train operator, was sent to Manchuria during the war.

With his elder sister and brother, Mr. Taniguchi went to live in Nagasaki with their mother's parents.

After graduating from diddle school, he went to work at the post office.

Mr. Taniguchi's wife, Eiko, died last year. He is survived by his daughter, Sumie Terasaka, and his son, Hideo, as well as four grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.

In 2006, Mr. Taniguchi was appointed chairman of the Nagasaki Atomic Bomb Survivors Council, and in 2010 he gave a speech at the United Nations in New York during a meeting to consider a non proliferation treaty.

A month before he died, the United Nations adopted the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons.

''He played a tremendous role,'' said Terumi Tanaka, secretary general of the Japan Confederation of A- and H-Bomb Sufferers Organizations.

''But unless all countries sign the treaty, there is no guarantee that nuclear weapons will disappear.'' He added : ''I wanted him to keep working together to achieve our complete goal. He staked his whole life on this movement.''

Every year on the anniversary of the Nagasaki bombing, as well as any time a country conducted a nuclear test, he would attend a sit-in-at the Peace Park in that city.

According to The Nagasaki Shimbun, he appeared at 396 protests.

At the memorial service in Nagasaki on the 70th anniversary of the bombing. Mr. Taniguchi criticized the government of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe for pushing through security bills-

 That allow- Japanese troops to engage in overseas combat missions. He said the bill could lead Japan into war again.

''I am determined to keep telling the reality of Nuclear War as one of the living witnesses,'' Mr. Taniguchi said, ''to realize a world without wars and nuclear weapons as long as I live.''

With respectful dedication to the Leaders of the World, researcher and writer Stuart Rollo/ *University of Sydney*, to every human, Students, Professors and Teachers of the world. 

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