The landscape of parts of Japan looks like the aftermath of World War Two; no industrialised country since then has suffered such a death toll. The one tiny, tiny consolation is the extent to which it shows how humanity can rally round in times of adversity, with heroic British rescue teams joining colleagues from the US and elsewhere to fly out.
And solidarity seems especially strong in Japan itself. Perhaps even more impressive than Japan’s technological power is its social strength, with supermarkets cutting prices and vending machine owners giving out free drinks as people work together to survive. Most noticeably of all, there has been no looting. http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/news/edwest/100079703/why-is-there-no-looting-in-japan/
Monday, 14 March 2011
Why is there no looting in Japan?
Posted by Juniper in the Desert at 17:31