I hate, I hate... These nuclear bombs, nuclear illnesses, those who creates them! It is necessary to stop them! To prevent
them that my husband was last killed...
In the dead silence which has come after Atsuko Kubosava, shivering with sobbings, has descended from a scaffold, the
governor uslyhal behind the back of itself any fuss. He has looked back. The chief of police tried to pull out from hands
young parija in a canvas raincoat a pack of leaflets. Neither nor another did not say that a sound. The governor imperative
movement of a hand has stopped the policeman.
Give to me, - he has told.
The guy, pale for excitement, has stretched it a leaf. In it it has been written: "Down with a hydrogen bomb! Down with
government Iosida transforming Japan in nuclear range! Down with Americans from Japan! Subscribe under the appeal
about prohibition of the nuclear and hydrogen weapon!" Who you such? - The governor has strictly asked.
What for you here? Unless fishermen of Koidzu will not understand the affairs without you? This business not only fishermen
of Koidzu. This business of all Japan. And if you the Japanese, you sign the appeal.
The governor has slowly crumpled a leaflet and has thrown it under feet.
Be cleaned pozhivee from here, the young man, - has told it, - and do not catch sight to me more.
The student has moved back and has disappeared in crowd. The chief of police was lop-sided to it following and would tell
with раздражением:Я it took in a lock-up and would keep there on a last year's salty cod for about a month!. These capital
trouble-makers cannot be admitted to a province and on a gun shot.
What to do, - the governor has sighed. - presently sometimes it is necessary to be the liberal. However, is better let stir, than
shoot. I am convinced of it, the mister the chief of police.
"The governor became an idealist... Or has gone mad". The chief of police was perplexed. During this moment on a scaffold
there was a new person.
The American? - Someone has murmured perplexed. - here the impudent fellow! The derisive and indignant shouts were
distributed. But the American was not confused.
Playing with a sheet of paper, he patiently waited. Gradually noise has ceased.
Misters! - there has begun the American. - I am an adviser of American embassy Grehem Korn. First of all allow to express me
on its own behalf, on behalf of my government and on behalf of my people deep and sincere the condolence on the
occasion of premature demise the Kubosava-dignity...
He spoke in Japanese purely, almost without accent, and it has a little reconciled listeners with it.