シュルジョン ネル ソン と 何千もの応援者より、”
“Dear Yamamoto san
I wanted to take the opportunity to salute you and to offer my unconditional support for your brave action at the Garden Party. What you have done is nothing short of admirable and we are in the thousands spreading your bravery on all social networks. My Japanese wife alone had tears in her eyes when she saw your picture with the Emperor. She is so proud of you and so many Japanese are too. You did make a lot of enemies, however, you have also as many supporters. We all know that if you had mailed that letter to Emperor Akihito, he would have probably never read it. It was important that your words be heard by the Emperor. As to breaking “protocols” or “rules”, they are all so irrelevant when applied to such a dire situation; nothing is being done to protect the children of Fukushima. It is very sad that so many care more about you giving the letter to the Emperor than the actual frightening truth you wished to share in that letter with him.
Extraordinary times call for extraordinary measures.
You have done what needed to be done. You have fought to seek protection for the brave people of Fukushima since day 1. What you have accomplished since is incredibly brave and courageous … and important. In the next coming days, many politicians (LDP) but also including Komeito and the Communist party will try to make you feel as if you did something wrong. They have probably started to call you many names and accused you of bringing political issues to the Emperor. However, the issues are not political, they are humanitarian. No one was listening, so you made a move; and it worked. You made the right call.
On behalf of a very large community of loyal supporters, I want to express my profound admiration and gratitude. I am not sure how to help you on this matter, but if there are anything we can help you with, we will be at your service.
You will win this fight. Your heart is pure, your determination is unbreakable and your spirit often is compared to that of a Samurai. The bound that connects you to these children is strong and powerful.
You will win this fight because your name is Taro Yamamoto and your name alone inspires greatness.
You will win this fight because you know that failure is not an option.
You will win this fight because of the children.
Please take great care of yourself and be careful. Long live the children of Fukushima. Long live Japan.
Nelson Surjon and thousands of supporters”
Live from Lalaland