It was inevitable that events in Japan would reopen debates about the safety of nuclear energy - even before anybody fully knows what the risks and outcomes will be from the ongoing issues in Fukushima.
But that last detail certainly didn't stop a group of anti-nuclear campaigners, calling themselves the Sun Day Campaign, from issuing a press release headlined:
JAPANESE NUCLEAR ACCIDENT – WE TOLD YOU SO
The shouty capital letters were their own, as was the dispensing with time-honoured traditions of 'hating to say I told you so' (without yet having clear justification for such tasteless self-congratulation).
The release was forwarded to the Media Blog by one unimpressed energy journalist who toils in the hope that debate in his industry may one day mature beyond childish point-scoring.
...oh and they also spelled 'Chernobyl' wrong. Durrr!!
Interestingly, according to its press release, the Sun Day Campaign has been "telling us so" since before Chornobyl [sic]. It also tells us it was founded in 1993 - seven years after Chernobyl.
It must be very easy to have such a "told you so" attitude when you're armed with a time machine.